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Title 3 . Commerce, Community, and Economic Development
Chapter 175 . Small Municipality Energy Assistance Program
Section 20. Eligibility requirements

3 AAC 175.020. Eligibility requirements

To be eligible to receive an allocation, subject to available funding, from money received under 42 U.S.C. 801 (Social Security Act, as amended by P.L. 108-27, title IV, sec. 401(b) (Jobs and Growth Tax Relief Reconciliation Act of 2003)),

(1) a municipality

(A) must have been determined by the department to have been eligible for money under applicable provisions of AS 29.60.010 - 29.60.375 and 3 AAC 130 for state fiscal year 2004, and denied that money due to the absence of available funding;

(B) must submit to the department a copy of the municipality's budget

(i) for the municipal fiscal year in which the allocation is to be made; and

(ii) that is approved by the municipality's governing body;

(C) that is a borough, unified municipality, home rule city, or first class city must file with the department a copy of that municipality's audit for that municipality's second fiscal year preceding the municipal fiscal year in which the allocation is to be made; and

(D) that is a second class city must file with the department a copy of that city's audit or certified statement of annual income and expenditures for that city's second fiscal year preceding the city fiscal year in which the allocation is to be made;

(2) an unincorporated community must

(A) have been determined by the department to have been eligible for money under applicable provisions of AS 29.60.100 , AS 29.60.140 - 29.60.310, and 3 AAC 130 for state fiscal year 2004, and denied that money due to the absence of available funding; and

(B) submit to the department, on a form provided by the department, a budget for the proposed use of the allocation; and

(3) a volunteer fire department serving an area not in an organized municipality must

(A) have been determined by the department to have been eligible for money under applicable provisions of AS 29.60.130 (a), AS 29.60.160 - 29.60.310, and 3 AAC 130 for state fiscal year 2004, and denied that money due to the absence of available funding; and

(B) submit to the department, on a form provided by the department, a budget for the proposed use of the allocation.

History: Eff. 6/16/2003, Register 167

Authority: AS 44.33.020


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