- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 29. Municipal Government
- Chapter 60. State Programs
- Section 360. Base Amount Account Distributions.
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. Safe Communities Program.
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AS 29.60.360. Base Amount Account Distributions.
- (a) The base amount to be distributed from the base amount account to each municipality for the fiscal year shall be the
amount received by the municipality during fiscal year 1978 under AS 43.70.080
as that section provided before the 1978 amendment. A city incorporated within a borough after June 30, 1977, shall
receive as a base amount a share of the amount distributed to the borough in which it is located based on the ratio of
population in the city to the total population in the borough. A city incorporated outside a borough after June 30,
1977, shall receive as a base amount the amount received by the city in the state most closely approximating it in
population at the time of its incorporation. A borough incorporated after June 30, 1977, shall receive as a base amount
the amount received by the borough in the state most closely approximating it in population at the time of its
incorporation, excluding each borough with a per capita full and true property value exceeding $500,000. The base
amount to be distributed to each municipality organized under federal law shall be the amount received as a base amount
by the city most closely approximating it in population on June 30, 1977.
- (b) If the amount in the base amount account from allocation of appropriations to the safe communities program during a
fiscal year is insufficient for distribution of the full base amount to each municipality, the department shall prorate
the amount available for distribution.
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