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Title 4 . Education and Early Development
Chapter 57 . (Repealed)
Section 250. Application

4 AAC 57.250. Application

(a) An applicant must apply for a public library construction grant on a form provided by the division. The application must state or include

(1) a detailed study outlining the library space needs of the community and library service area in which the project will be constructed, with projections for use of the facility for a period of not less than 20 years if the grant is to be used for the construction, renovation, or expansion of a library facility,

(2) a detailed description of the project, its associated costs, and the funding sources that will support construction of the project and its operation and maintenance after construction if the grant is to be used for the construction, renovation, or expansion of a library facility, and

(3) assurances that

(A) the applicant will provide the local contribution required by 4 AAC 57.240; and

(B) ownership of a facility to be constructed, renovated, or expanded with money received under the grant will conform to the requirements of AS 14.56.220 if applicable.

(b) In addition to the requirements of (a) of this section, if the application for a public library construction grant is for construction, renovation, or expansion of a combined facility in which the resources of the public library are to be located as part of a school, municipal, or other community facility, the applicant shall submit a copy of a valid agreement between the governing body of the public library and

(1) the governing body of the municipality, if the application is for a combined facility in a municipal building;

(2) the school board of the school district, if the application is for a combined facility in a school; or

(3) the board, committee, or other organization managing or operating the portion of a community facility not used for library purposes, if the application is for a combined facility for which neither a municipality nor a school district is responsible.

(c) The agreement provided under (b) of this section must clearly delineate the responsibilities of the public library and of the school district, municipality, or other organization, with provision made in the agreement for financial responsibility, maintenance, and care of the combined facility, personnel, use of equipment, and hours of service.

History: Eff. 2/11/89, Register 109

Authority: AS 14.07.060

AS 14.56.230

AS 14.56.350


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