Minnesota Statutes Trade Regulations, Consumer Protection (Ch. 324-341) § 326B.145. Annual report
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Each municipality shall annually report by June 30 to the department, in a format prescribed by the department, all construction and development-related fees collected by the municipality from developers, builders, and subcontractors if the cumulative fees collected exceeded $5,000 in the reporting year, except that, for reports due June 30, 2009, to June 30, 2013, the reporting threshold is $10,000. The report must include:
(1) the number and valuation of units for which fees were paid;
(2) the amount of building permit fees, plan review fees, administrative fees, engineering fees, infrastructure fees, and other construction and development-related fees; and
(3) the expenses associated with the municipal activities for which fees were collected.
A municipality that fails to report to the department in accordance with this section is subject to the remedies provided by section 326B.082.
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