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A county surveyor is a public official in many counties of U.S. states, particularly in the Midwest and West.

The county surveyor is typically responsible for survey records, establishing and maintaining survey monuments at corners of sections or other land units, and reviewing property boundary surveys and subdivision plans. The specific duties vary from state to state.

Most county surveyor positions are elected on the partisan ballot to four-year terms.

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