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(a) A municipality located in an area and submitting a long-form application shall include in its application a determination of the significant effects suffered by the municipality during the program base year as a result of fisheries business activity that occurred in that area. The statement, along with the remainder of the application, must be adopted by the governing body through resolution as being true and correct to the best of its knowledge. The application must include this resolution.
(b) The significant effects claimed in a municipality's application must be documented in terms of municipal expenditures during the program base year determined to be reasonable and necessary to mitigate effects of fisheries business activities that occurred in the area in which the municipality is located.
(c) If a significant effect claimed reflects actual municipal expenditures, the application must include clear and complete documentation of those expenditures.
(d) If a significant effect claimed in the application reflects estimated expenditures that were determined by the municipality to be reasonable and necessary, but the municipality was unable to make during the program base year, the application must include a finding in a resolution by the municipal governing body that documents and clearly demonstrates the procedures and methods by which the need and the estimates were determined.
(e) If a significant effect claimed in the application represents only a part of the need for a municipal service, the application must include documentation that explains how the part claimed under the program was determined as a significant effect. Eligible municipal services include health care, public safety, education, transportation, solid waste disposal, utilities, or general government administration.
History: Eff. 10/28/93, Register 128; am 9/8/94, Register 131
Authority: AS 29.60.450
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