- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 29. Municipal Government
- Chapter 60. State Programs
- Section 600. Human Services Community Matching Grants.
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AS 29.60.600. Human Services Community Matching Grants.
- (a) Within the limits of appropriations for the purpose, the Department of Health and Social Services shall, upon
application, make a matching grant to a qualified municipality equal to 70 percent of the estimated reasonable costs of
providing essential human services through private nonprofit agencies within the municipality, including services to
persons who travel to the municipality from their residences elsewhere in the state.
- (b) To qualify for a grant under this section, a municipality is required to
- (1) provide from other sources 30 percent of the estimated reasonable costs of providing the services to be funded by the
grant; other sources may include federal or municipal money or money from other private or public sources; in this
paragraph, "municipal money" includes money derived from appropriations, allocations, entitlements, grants, or other
payments from the state other than the state grant under this section but does not include locally contributed staff
hours, material, equipment, or other in-kind contributions;
- (2) comply with the grant application procedure and contractual agreements under AS 29.60.610
- (3) establish and consult with a citizens' advisory group, the majority of whose membership consists of persons who do not
hold elected municipal office, concerning priorities and allocations among services funded under this section.
- (c) A city may not receive a human services matching grant during a fiscal year to provide a specific service if, during
that same year, the borough within which it is located has received a grant for the same service. A borough may not
receive a grant during a fiscal year to provide a particular service if, during that same year, a city within the
borough has received a grant for the same service.
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