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Title 3 . Commerce, Community, and Economic Development
Chapter 91 . (Relocated)
Section 40. Content and form of application

3 AAC 91.040. Content and form of application

(a) Grant applications for cultural facilities must be made on forms prescribed by the commissioner.

(b) The following documents must accompany the application:

(1) a preliminary feasibility analysis, which includes

(A) an analysis of the existing and projected activities of local professional, educational, amateur performing groups, historical societies, and visitor organization;

(B) a description of the facilities currently in use and a projection of the requirements for future facilities; and

(C) a statement identifying the audiences and visitors to be served;

(2) relevant land documents, such as the title, any lease, and any special use permit, demonstrating the applicant's authority to build upon or use the property;

(3) preliminary drawings or schematics sufficiently detailed to verify estimates of construction costs;

(4) if the applicant provides matching funds as required by AS 43.18.500 , the application must include

(A) a copy of an appraisal estimating the fair market value of any real property claimed as a credit; and

(B) a summary statement of how the local match will be provided;

(5) a statement of the fiscal plans for maintaining and operating the facility upon completion.

History: Eff. 5/21/80, Register 74

Authority: AS 43.18.500


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