- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 37. Public Finance
- Chapter 5. Fiscal Procedures Act
- Section 317. Grants to Unincorporated Communities.
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AS 37.05.317. Grants to Unincorporated Communities.
- (a) When an amount is appropriated or allocated as a grant under this section to an unincorporated community, it shall be
disbursed as follows:
- (1) Within 45 days after the effective date of the appropriation or allocation, the Department of Commerce, Community, and
Economic Development shall notify the governing body of the unincorporated community, if any, that a grant is
- (2) The Department of Commerce, Community, and Economic Development shall determine if there is a qualified incorporated
entity in the community area that will agree to receive the grant and administer it, subject to terms generally
applicable to private grantees. If there is more than one such entity, the Department of Commerce, Community and
Economic Development shall select the most qualified and the grant shall be awarded to that incorporated entity for the
purposes specified in the appropriation act. However, the Department of Commerce, Community, and Economic Development
shall give preference to a nonprofit corporation organized by a community for receipt of the grant.
- (3) If there is no incorporated entity qualified to receive the grant, the Department of Commerce, Community, and Economic
Development shall administer the program as specified in the appropriation act directly or through agents or
contractors with whom it may contract in the community area.
- (b) The Department of Labor and Workforce Development shall require the qualified incorporated entity awarded a grant or
agents or contractors with whom the Department of Commerce, Community, and Economic Development contracts under (a) of
this section to comply with the requirements of AS 36.10.150
- 36.10.175 for employment generated by the grant or
contract if the grant or contract is for a public works project.
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