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An applicant that is a municipality must meet the following standards to qualify for a payment for road maintenance under AS 29.60.110 :
(1) the applicant must agree to spend, during the entitlement year in which the payment is received, at least 20 percent of the amount it receives under AS 29.60.110 , including the cost-of-living differential allowed under AS 29.60.160 , to provide the service for which the applicant seeks aid under AS 29.60.110 , and must agree to spend the remaining amount for a public purpose for which the applicant has the power to spend public money;
(2) if the applicant seeks aid for the maintenance of a road that is connected to the state highway system, the applicant must demonstrate, to the satisfaction of the department, that the road is used by vehicles that are registered under AS 28.10;
(3) if the applicant seeks aid for the maintenance of a road for which the applicant has not previously received aid under AS 29.60.110 , the applicant must submit to the department a map showing the beginning and end of the road and its route, and indicating the total length, average width, and surface composition of the road;
(4) if the applicant is a borough that provides road maintenance services by service area, the applicant must agree to allocate the amount the applicant receives under AS 29.60.110 , including the cost-of-living differential allowed under AS 29.60.160 , for road maintenance within a service area, to that service area;
(5) the applicant must be providing the road maintenance for which it seeks aid under AS 29.60.110 as of October 1 of the computation year.
History: Eff. 10/18/87, Register 104; am 8/19/88, Register 107
Authority: AS 29.60.110
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