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(a) The department will accept applications from an applicant seeking designation and funding as an Alaska regional development organization, if the applicant is one of the following: a nonprofit corporation incorporated under the laws of Alaska, including a regional Native nonprofit corporation; an association of municipal governments; a public/private association such as an association of municipal governments and chambers of commerce; an association of local chambers of commerce; an association of local economic development councils or private economic development councils; a body formed by an organized municipality; or any other entity that meets the criteria of AS 44.33.026 (e)(2).
(b) An economic development district, as designated by the Economic Development Administration, United States Department of Commerce, is, under AS 44.33.026 (b), automatically designated as an Alaska regional development organization. If a federally funded economic development district includes more than one designated Alaska regional development organization, the preexisting Alaska regional development organizations may not receive more than two grant awards after the date of the first federal grant award to that economic development district. Thereafter, that economic development district will be the sole designated Alaska regional development organization and the sole eligible grant applicant for that region.
History: Eff. 2/22/89, Register 109; am 11/26/93, Register 128
Authority: AS 44.33.020
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