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(a) To be eligible for a grant under this chapter, a proposed project must be necessary, appropriate, and related to past, present, continuing, or reasonably foreseeable effects reasonably attributable to the Exxon Valdez oil spill. These effects include consequences to a community's
(4) social and cultural values; or
(5) ability to provide essential public services, including health care, public safety, and government administration.
(b) To be eligible for a grant under this chapter, a proposed project must be for the purpose of
(1) planning, including multi-community coordination to address effects from the Exxon Valdez oil spill;
(2) maintenance and operation of essential public facilities; or
(3) providing necessary public services.
(c) Eligibility for a grant under this chapter is subject to the following limitations:
(1) a grant will not be provided for litigation, or to prepare for litigation; and
(2) the project proposal must be submitted to Exxon for funding, and Exxon rejects funding the project or fails to take action on the request within 10 days after the submission date.
History: Eff. 7/27/89, Register 111
Authority: AS 44.33.020 (3), (8), (13), and (14)
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