Alaska Statutes.
Title 29. Municipal Government
Chapter 60. State Programs
Section 810. Grant Applications.
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AS 29.60.810. Grant Applications.

A municipality that owns a harbor facility may submit to the Department of Transportation and Public Facilities an application for a municipal harbor facility grant to be used for construction, expansion, major repair, or major maintenance of a harbor facility. The application must include information about the project requested by the department. For a proposed project to be eligible for a grant, the municipality must provide evidence acceptable to the department that the

(1) proposed project is a capital improvement project and not part of a preventive maintenance program or regular custodial care program;

(2) municipality will provide 50 percent of the total project cost as matching funds for the state grant and that money received by the municipality from the state will not be used for the matching funds except money received under

(A) AS 29.60.010 - 29.60.080 (municipal tax resource equalization);

(B) AS 29.60.350 - 29.60.375 (safe communities program); and

(C) AS 29.60.450 , AS 43.75.130 , and 43.75.137 (shared fisheries business taxes);

(3) municipality has secured and will maintain adequate property loss insurance for the replacement cost of the harbor facility or has an adequate program of insurance;

(4) municipality has a preventive maintenance plan for the harbor facility and will be adequately adhering to the preventive maintenance plan after completion of the proposed project.

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