The commissioner shall require municipalities receiving enterprise zone designations to report to the state regarding the economic activity that has occurred in the zone following the designation. This information shall include the number of jobs created in the zone, the number of economically disadvantaged individuals hired in the zone, the average wage level of the jobs created, and descriptions of any affirmative action programs undertaken by the municipality in connection with the zone. The amount of the municipality's local contribution and the number of businesses qualifying for or directly benefiting from the local contribution must be reported annually to the commissioner.
Pursuant to section 270B.14, subdivision 3, the commissioner of revenue may share information with the commissioner or with a municipality receiving an enterprise zone designation, insofar as necessary to administer the funding limitations provided by section 469.169.
The commissioner may approve specific applications by a municipality to amend the boundaries of a border city enterprise zone at any time. Boundaries of a zone may not be amended to create noncontiguous subdivisions. If the commissioner approves the amended boundaries, the change is effective on the date of approval.
Sections 469.169, 469.171, 469.172, and this section remain in effect only for border city enterprise zones and only until the enterprise zone is terminated by resolution adopted by the city in which the border city enterprise zone is located. For all other enterprise zones, sections 469.169, 469.171, 469.172, and this section are no longer in effect after December 31, 1996.