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(b) The department will use the following criteria to evaluate and rank projects approved under 4 AAC 31.081(a) :
(2) whether existing facilities in the district are in violation of state or local laws;
(3) the percentage by which the number of unhoused students exceeds the design capacity of facilities in the attendance area;
(4) whether the project is necessary to provide for program requirements mandated by state or federal law.
(c) Within the limitations of AS 14.11.100 (n), the department will issue a reimbursement authorization for each project ranked under (b) of this section. A reimbursement authorization issued under this subsection is conditioned on the provisions of (d) of this section.
(d) For a project for which the bond election was not held before 8/12/93, the reimbursement authorization issued under (c) of this section is void if
(1) the local bond election is not held within 180 days after, or at the first regularly scheduled municipal election after issuance of the reimbursement authorization, whichever is later; or
(2) the ballot proposal fails to pass at an election that is held within 180 days after issuance of the reimbursement authorization.
(e) If a reimbursement authorization for a project within a class in AS 14.11.100 (n)(2) becomes void under (d) of this section, the department will review any projects ranked within that class under 4 AAC 31.082(a) for which a reimbursement authorization was not issued under (c) of this section. If one or more of those projects can be fully financed by the amount represented by the voided reimbursement authorization, the department will issue a reimbursement authorization for that project or projects. The provisions of (c) and (d) of this section apply to a reimbursement authorization issued under this subsection.
(f) In evaluating and ranking projects under (a) of this section, the department will not consider whether bonds for the project already have been sold or whether construction of the project already has begun or been completed.
History: Eff. 8/12/93, Register 127; am 4/17/98, Register 146; am 7/13/2000, Register 155
Authority: AS 14.07.020
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