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Title 3 . Commerce, Community, and Economic Development
Chapter 130 . Small Municipality Energy Assistance Program
Section 54. Standards for payments of state aid to volunteer fire departments not in an organized municipality

3 AAC 130.054. Standards for payments of state aid to volunteer fire departments not in an organized municipality

An applicant that is a volunteer fire department serving an area not in a municipality must meet the following standards to qualify for a payment under AS 29.60.120 :

(1) unless the application is for aid to facilitate the organization of a volunteer fire department, the applicant must be registered with the state fire marshal, and must be providing fire protection services, as of October 1 of the computation year;

(2) the applicant must agree to spend, by the end of the entitlement year in which the payment is received, at least 20 percent of the amount the applicant receives under AS 29.60.130 , including the cost-of-living differential allowed under AS 29.60.160 , on fire protection services; and

(3) the applicant must certify that the money that the applicant receives under AS 29.60.130 , and that the applicant does not spend by the end of the entitlement year in accordance with (2) of this section, is irrevocably dedicated for the operation and maintenance of the fire protection services.

History: Eff. 10/18/87, Register 104; am 8/19/88, Register 107

Authority: AS 29.60.130

AS 29.60.180

AS 44.33.030


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