The Division shall review the applications
submitted pursuant to NAC 445C.340
, inclusive, and rank the
eligible applications according to:
demonstrated financial need of the applicant. The greater the demonstrated
financial need of the applicant, the higher the ranking which must be assigned
to the application.
(b) The annual
volume of petroleum dispensed at the applicable fuel dispensing location of the
applicant during the 2 years immediately preceding the year in which the
application is submitted. The less annual volume of petroleum dispensed, the
higher the ranking which must be assigned to the application.
(c) The proximity to the applicant's
petroleum dispensing location of other petroleum dispensing locations available
for public use. The more remote the applicant's petroleum dispensing location,
the higher the ranking which must be assigned to the application.
The amount of a grant awarded
to an applicant:
(a) For upgrades to a
petroleum dispensing location with a single storage tank must not exceed
(b) For upgrades to a
petroleum dispensing location with two storage tanks must not exceed $64,000;
(c) For upgrades to a petroleum
dispensing location with three or more storage tanks must not exceed
3. The Division
shall annually allocate the available grant money, beginning with the highest
ranked applicant, until there is no more grant money available for that year.
An applicant that is otherwise eligible to receive grant money but is not
ranked high enough to receive money during any particular year may submit a new
application during a subsequent application period.
4. An applicant may receive only one grant
allocation per petroleum dispensing location.