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2004 Minnesota Statutes Index (topics)

INDUSTRIAL FACILITIES

Brick kilns, side tracks, Minn. Statutes 2004 218.031

Business incubator and industrial parks

Construction materials and supplies, sales and use taxes, exemptions, Minn. Statutes 2004 297A.71

Property taxes, exemption, Minn. Statutes 2004 272.02

Capital equipment, Minn. Statutes 2004 297A.68

Closings, layoffs, or relocation, Minn. Statutes 2004 116L.976

Coal handling facilities, see COAL HANDLING FACILITIES

Commercial generators, defined, Minn. Statutes 2004 297H.01

Concrete plants, side tracks, Minn. Statutes 2004 218.031

Construction

Development corporations, corporate powers, Minn. Statutes 2004 301.75

Crushed rock plants, side tracks, Minn. Statutes 2004 218.031

Definitions

Agglomerating facilities taxes, Minn. Statutes 2004 298.391

Agricultural Liming Materials Law, Minn. Statutes 2004 18C.531

Junk Yard Act, Minn. Statutes 2004 161.242

Protection of buildings and occupants, Minn. Statutes 2004 299G.13

Sales and use taxes, Minn. Statutes 2004 297A.68

Solid waste management taxes, Minn. Statutes 2004 297H.01

Dislocated workers, see under UNEMPLOYED PERSONS

Factories, see FACTORIES, MILLS, AND WORKSHOPS

Food processing plants, see FOOD PROCESSING PLANTS

Grain banks, see GRAIN BANKS

Great Lakes Basin Compact, Minn. Statutes 2004 1.21

Industrial accidents, peacetime emergency, declaration, Minn. Statutes 2004 12.31

Industrial buildings, defined, Minn. Statutes 2004 299G.13

Industrial by-products, defined, Minn. Statutes 2004 18C.531

Industrial production materials

Sales and use taxes, exemptions, Minn. Statutes 2004 297A.68

Integrated production process

Capital equipment, exclusion, sales and use taxes, Minn. Statutes 2004 297A.68

Iron ore beneficiation plants, Minn. Statutes 2004 92.50

Iron products plants, Minn. Statutes 2004 297A.71

Layoffs, Minn. Statutes 2004 116L.976

Lime kilns, side tracks, Minn. Statutes 2004 218.031

Mills, see FACTORIES, MILLS, AND WORKSHOPS

Mineral processing plants, loans for

Douglas J. Johnson economic protection fund, use, Minn. Statutes 2004 298.296

Notice given, plant closings, layoffs, or relocation, Minn. Statutes 2004 116L.976

Parking facilities, defined as unzoned industrial areas, Minn. Statutes 2004 161.242

Plant closings, see Dislocated workers under UNEMPLOYED PERSONS

Pollution control equipment, sales and use taxes, Minn. Statutes 2004 297A.68

Processing establishments

Definitions, agglomerating facilities taxes, Minn. Statutes 2004 298.391

Refineries, see REFINERIES (OIL)

Relocation, notice requirements, Minn. Statutes 2004 116L.976

Rendering plants, see RENDERING PLANTS

Sales and use taxes, exemptions, Minn. Statutes 2004 297A.68

Semitaconite facilities, defined, Minn. Statutes 2004 298.34

Side tracks

Construction, maintenance, and operation, Minn. Statutes 2004 218.031

Steel reprocessors, Minn. Statutes 2004 297A.68

Storage, defined as unzoned industrial areas, Minn. Statutes 2004 161.242

Substantial layoffs, see Dislocated workers under UNEMPLOYED PERSONS

Taconite concentration plants

Facilities in statutory cities, sewer and water, Minn. Statutes 2004 412.013

Taxes, see SPECIAL SERVICE DISTRICTS

Unzoned industrial areas, see under INDUSTRIAL ZONES

Value added iron products plants, loans for

Douglas J. Johnson economic protection fund, use, Minn. Statutes 2004 298.296

Waste processing facilities, see WASTE PROCESSING FACILITIES

Wastewater treatment facilities, see WASTEWATER TREATMENT FACILITIES

Workshops, see FACTORIES, MILLS, AND WORKSHOPS

Zoning

Existing buildings, exemptions for, Minn. Statutes 2004 366.18

Generally, Minn. Statutes 2004 161.242, 2004 173.02, 2004 173.16, 2004 428A.02

Industrial districts, creation, county zoning controls, Minn. Statutes 2004 394.25

Town boards, duties regarding, Minn. Statutes 2004 366.12, 2004 366.13

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