Minnesota Statutes Economic Development and Planning (Ch. 116J-116O) § 116J.81. License coordination and assistance to applicants
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Subdivision 1. Authorization. Any applicant for licenses required for a business undertaking, project, or activity may confer with the bureau to obtain assistance in the prompt and efficient processing and review of applications.
Subd. 2. Duties of bureau. The bureau shall, so far as possible, render assistance; and the director may designate an officer or employee of the bureau to act as an expediter for the purpose of:
(1) facilitating contacts for the applicant with agencies responsible for processing and reviewing license applications;
(2) arranging conferences to clarify the interest and requirements of any agency with respect to license applications;
(3) considering with agencies the feasibility of consolidating hearings and data required of the applicant; and
(4) assisting the applicant in the resolution of outstanding issues identified by agencies, including delays experienced in license review.
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