18 AAC 73.030 - Application procedures

Current through April 6, 2022

(a) A grantee shall submit a grant application package that consists of the following:
(1) a completed grant application request on a form provided by the department;
(2) a narrative statement of the general nature of the project that identifies project scope, location, and costs;
(3) a copy of any other state or federal grant application or notice of grant award to be used for financing the project;
(4) a copy of a contract between the grantee and the architectural and engineering consultant who will be performing work on the project if available; this contract may be submitted at a later date and is not required to receive a grant; and
(5) for a water quality enhancement project, a program plan that describes
(A) the project to be funded;
(B) why the project is needed;
(C) how the project will enhance the waters involved;
(D) how the project will be accomplished;
(E) an estimate of project cost, with a projection of future costs caused by or related to the project; and
(F) the specific results expected from the project.
(b) Repealed 11/24/94.
(c) The department will make a grant offer for eligible project costs after it
(1) reviews and approves the grant application under the criteria established in this chapter;
(2) determines that the costs for which a grant is requested are reasonably necessary to complete the project; and
(3) determines that there is enough financing to complete the project.
(d) The grantee shall submit a resolution accepting the grant offer, adopted by the governing body of the municipality, or by the governing body of each municipality if the project is a joint venture of municipalities. In the resolution, the municipality must agree to accept responsibility to operate and maintain the proposed water, wastewater, or solid waste processing, disposal, or resource recovery system or to conduct the water quality enhancement project and must agree to the terms and conditions of the grant offer. No action by the department will be considered as creating a contractual obligation on the part of the state until the resolution has been submitted to the department.
(e) The department will, in its discretion, withdraw any grant offer that is not accepted within 180 days after the date the grant offer is extended.
(f) The department will, in its discretion, withdraw an accepted grant if construction has not been started within one year after the date the grant offer was extended.


18 AAC 73.030
Eff. 12/10/77, Register 64; am 6/11/81, Register 78; am 12/23/88, Register 108; am 11/24/94, Register 132

Authority:AS 46.03.020(10)

AS 46.03.030

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