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The department will award grants allocated under 3 AAC 176.030 as soon as possible within the state fiscal year in which the department receives money appropriated for that purpose.
History: Eff. 4/11/2005, Register 174
Authority: AS 44.33.020
Editor's note: 3 AAC 176.040 took effect on April 11, 2005 as an emergency regulation, and was first published in Register 174 (July 2005). In reviewing the "permanent" regulation in accordance with AS 44.62.060 and 44.62.125(b), the regulations attorney made a technical change to 3 AAC 176.040. The technical change appeared in the "permanent" regulations as published in Register 175 (October 2005). The history note for 3 AAC 176.040 does not reflect the change made by the regulations attorney.
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