- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 44. State Government
- Chapter 88. Alaska Industrial Development and Export Authority
- Section 610. Rural Development Loans.
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AS 44.88.610. Rural Development Loans.
- (a) The authority may use money from the rural development initiative fund to make a loan of up to $100,000 to a person,
or a loan of up to $200,000 to two or more persons, to be used for working capital, equipment, construction, or other
commercial purposes by a business located in a community with a population of 5,000 or less that is not connected by
road or rail to Anchorage or Fairbanks, or with a population of 2,000 or less that is connected by road or rail to
Anchorage or Fairbanks. A person who has received a loan under this subsection may not be granted another loan until
after the original loan is entirely repaid. For purposes of this subsection,
- (1) "community" means a city as defined in AS 29.71.800
or an unincorporated community as defined in AS 29.60.140
- (2) "connected by road" does not include a connection by the Alaska marine highway system.
- (b) The authority shall require collateral for each loan made under this section and shall require that a reasonable
amount of money from other nonstate sources be committed for use on any project or enterprise for which money from a
loan will be used. The authority by regulation may establish other conditions for loans. The authority shall by
regulation establish rates of interest that are not less than six percent a year and terms of repayment for loans made
under this section.
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