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Title 3 . Commerce, Community, and Economic Development
Chapter 160 . Small Municipality Energy Assistance Program
Section 42. Eligible communities

3 AAC 160.042. Eligible communities

(a) A community is eligible to receive money under AS 44.33.740 - AS 44.33.745 if the community satisfies the requirements of this section.

(b) An applicant is an eligible community if it

(1) has a population of 900 or less;

(2) lacks a centralized water and sewer system serving the majority of residents;

(3) lacks organized police and fire protection; or

(4) lacks resident medical and dental services other than those provided by the Indian Health Service.

(c) Two or more communities that are eligible under (b) and (d) of this section may join together and submit a single application. If two or more eligible communities apply under this subsection, the total amount of funding is an amount equal to the combined funding as if each eligible community had applied separately.

(d) If an eligible community is located in an organized borough that possesses municipal powers consistent with the proposed project, the borough is the only eligible applicant under this section, and the borough must submit the application on behalf of an eligible community within its boundaries.

(e) If an eligible community is located in the unorganized borough, or the eligible community is located in an organized borough that does not possess municipal powers consistent with the proposed project, an entity described in (1) - (3) of this subsection, which does exercise powers consistent with the proposed project, may apply on behalf of the eligible community. The department will give preference as follows:

(1) a municipality;

(2) a nonprofit corporation organized under AS 10.20 which is in good standing;

(3) a Native Village Council.

(f) An eligible community may submit an application for assistance under AS 44.33.740 - AS 44.33.745 jointly with a public or private for-profit entity if the eligible community will receive a benefit specified in 3 AAC 160.052. A joint agreement submitted under this subsection must be signed by the eligible community and the public or private for-profit entity, and be approved by the department.

History: Eff. 4/5/90, Register 114

Authority: AS 44.33.740

AS 44.33.745


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