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In addition to the resolution required under AS 29.60.350 (b), to be eligible to receive payment under the safe communities program, a municipality must submit to the department
(1) a copy of the municipality's approved budget for its fiscal year in which the distribution is requested; and
(2) a copy of the municipality's
(A) audit for the municipality's second fiscal year preceding its fiscal year in which the distribution is requested, if the municipality is a borough, home rule city, or first class city; or
(B) audit or certified statement of annual income and expenditures for the municipality's second fiscal year preceding its fiscal year in which the distribution is requested, if the municipality is a second class city or an Indian reserve described in AS 29.60.375 that has formed a community development corporation under AS 29.60.365 .
History: Eff. 7/1/2001, Register 158
Authority: AS 29.60.350
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