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(a) A public library may apply for a public library assistance grant of no more than $7,000 for each of its public library outlets. For money paid to a public library as a public library assistance grant, an equal matching amount of local resources must be provided in the form of local money, volunteer labor, or a combination of the two.
(b) The director shall determine the value of the volunteer labor proposed as a local match, based upon the prevailing wage rates for comparable positions.
(c) If a portion of the proposed local match is identified as money expended for utility costs for a public library located in a shared or combined facility, the director shall determine the value of the match based upon the proportion of use of the facility by the public library.
History: Eff. 2/11/89, Register 109; am 4/2/99, Register 149
Authority: AS 14.07.060
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