The department shall have the following additional functions, powers and duties:
1. To require that any documents submitted in support of or as part of an application
2. To audit documents submitted by an applicant, to require the production of books,
records and documents with respect to information relating to any application made
pursuant to, or whether the applicant has complied with, the requirements of this
3. To revoke or suspend benefits due to non-compliance with a request made under this
4. To enter and inspect property to determine a property's use and to determine whether
(a) any such property is being used for any restricted use, or
(b) any property for which benefits have been granted for industrial construction
work is being used as commercial property, or (c) any industrial or commercial property
is being used as residential or mixed-use property, or (d) all or part of the nonresidential
portion of mixed-use property is being used as residential property;
5. To make and promulgate a rule that increases up to fifty percent the amount of
the minimum required expenditure required under this title, if, after consultation
with the deputy mayor for economic development and planning, the commissioner determines
that a greater minimum required expenditure is required to encourage significant industrial
and commercial development; and
6. To make and promulgate any other rules to carry out the purposes of this title. Such rules shall provide that for construction work, recipients of benefits and
their contractors shall be equal opportunity employers and may also provide that persons
employed in the construction work shall implement a training program for economically
disadvantaged persons enrolled or eligible to be enrolled in training programs approved
by the department of labor.
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