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(a) The director will make a decision on a public library construction grant application or amended application that requests a grant for construction, renovation, or expansion of a facility based on the following factors:
(1) compliance of the proposed project with minimum space requirements:
(A) for a project serving a community and library service area with an estimated population of fewer than 400, at least 800 square feet;
(B) for a project serving a community and library service area with an estimated population of 400 - 1000, at least 1,200 square feet; and
(C) for a project serving a community and library service area with an estimated population of more than 1,000, 2,000 square feet or 0.7 square feet per capita, whichever is greater;
(2) compliance of the proposed project with applicable state and federal codes and accessibility standards;
(3) conformance of the proposed project to the siting, design, space, and layout recommendations cited in Planning the Small Public Library Building by Anders Dahlgren (American Library Association, 1985) or, if, in the judgement of the director, that publication is clearly inappropriate, the standards set out in another publication specified by the director;
(4) suitability of the proposed project to meet the library needs of the community and library service area for at least 10 years;
(5) appropriateness of the amount requested in the public library construction grant application to the proposed project and the library requirements of the community or library service area served by the applicant; and
(6) ability of the applicant to operate and maintain the proposed project, including an appraisal of the applicant's past performance in operating a library, if applicable.
(b) In making a decision on a public library construction grant application or amended application that requests a grant to equip or furnish a facility, the director will, in his or her discretion, approve a grant only for library equipment and furniture that is of a quality acceptable to the director and that is of at least comparable quality to the following general product specifications:
(1) steel shelving or library stacks; and
(2) standard library furniture or furniture of similar quality offered by standard furniture suppliers.
History: Eff. 2/11/89, Register 109
Authority: AS 14.07.060
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