Legislature(1993 - 1994)

04/28/1994 01:00 PM CRA

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              HOUSE COMMUNITY AND REGIONAL AFFAIRS                             
                       STANDING COMMITTEE                                      
                         April 28, 1994                                        
                            1:00 p.m.                                          
                                                                               
                                                                               
  MEMBERS PRESENT                                                              
                                                                               
  Representative Harley Olberg, Chairman                                       
  Representative Ed Willis                                                     
  Representative Bill Williams                                                 
  Representative Cynthia Toohey                                                
  Representative John Davies                                                   
  Representative Con Bunde                                                     
  Representative Jerry Sanders, Vice-Chair                                     
                                                                               
  MEMBERS ABSENT                                                               
                                                                               
  None                                                                         
                                                                               
  COMMITTEE CALENDAR                                                           
                                                                               
  SB 240:   "An Act relating to an optional municipal tax                      
            exemption for student housing for the University                   
            of Alaska."                                                        
                                                                               
            PASSED OUT OF COMMITTEE WITH INDIVIDUAL                            
            RECOMMENDATIONS                                                    
                                                                               
  SB 217:   "An Act relating to the University of Alaska and                   
            university land, authorizing the University of                     
            Alaska to select additional state public domain                    
            land, and defining net income from the University                  
            of Alaska's endowment trust fund as `university                    
            receipts' subject to prior legislative                             
            appropriation; and providing for an effective                      
            date."                                                             
                                                                               
            NOT HEARD                                                          
                                                                               
                                                                               
  WITNESS REGISTER                                                             
                                                                               
  WENDY REDMAN, Vice President, University Relations                           
  University of Alaska                                                         
  910 Yukon Drive                                                              
  Fairbanks, AK  99775-2388                                                    
  Phone: 474-6302                                                              
  POSITION STATEMENT:  Supported CSSB 240                                      
                                                                               
                                                                               
  PREVIOUS ACTION                                                              
                                                                               
  BILL:  SB 240                                                                
  SHORT TITLE: MUNICIPAL TAX CREDIT/STUDENT HOUSING                            
  SPONSOR(S): SENATOR(S)PEARCE,Kelly,Kerttula,Taylor,                          
  Frank,Miller,Sharp,Duncan,Donley                                             
                                                                               
  JRN-DATE     JRN-PG               ACTION                                     
  01/11/94      2469    (S)   READ THE FIRST TIME/REFERRAL(S)                  
  01/11/94      2469    (S)   CRA, RES, FIN                                    
  01/14/94      2515    (S)   CRA REFERRAL WAIVED                              
  02/04/94              (S)   RES AT 3:30 PM BUTROVICH RM 205                  
  02/04/94              (S)   MINUTE(RES)                                      
  02/09/94              (S)   RES AT 3:30 PM BUTROVICH RM 205                  
  02/14/94              (S)   RES AT 3:30 PM BUTROVICH RM 205                  
  02/14/94              (S)   MINUTE(RES)                                      
  02/15/94              (S)   RES AT 3:30 PM BUTROVICH RM 205                  
  02/15/94              (S)   MINUTE(RES)                                      
  02/18/94      2883    (S)   RES RPT  CS  4DP 1NR SAME TITLE                  
  02/18/94      2883    (S)   ZERO FNS TO SB & CS PUBLISHED                    
                              (DNR, F&G)                                       
  02/24/94      2957    (S)   FIN RPT  CS  5DP  SAME TITLE                     
  02/24/94      2958    (S)   PREVIOUS ZERO FNS APPLY                          
                              (DNR, F&G)                                       
  02/24/94              (S)   FIN AT 09:00 AM SENATE FIN 518                   
  02/24/94              (S)   MINUTE(FIN)                                      
  03/01/94              (S)   RLS AT 01:00 PM FAHRENKAMP                       
                              ROOM 203                                         
  03/01/94              (S)   MINUTE(RLS)                                      
  04/08/94      3529    (S)   RETURNED TO FINANCE FROM RULES                   
  04/14/94      3663    (S)   FIN RPT  2DCS  5DP NEW TITLE                     
  04/14/94      3664    (S)   ZERO FN TO 2DCS PUBLISHED (UA)                   
  04/14/94              (S)   FIN AT 09:00 AM SENATE FIN 518                   
  04/18/94              (S)   RLS AT 03:15 PM FAHRENKAMP                       
                              ROOM 203                                         
  04/19/94      3782    (S)   RLS RPT  CS 1DP & CAL 1CAL 2NR                   
                              NEW TITLE                                        
  04/19/94      3782    (S)   PREVIOUS ZERO FN APPLIES (UA)                    
  04/19/94      3784    (S)   READ THE SECOND TIME                             
  04/19/94      3784    (S)   RLS  CS ADOPTED UNAN CONSENT                     
  04/19/94      3784    (S)   ADVANCED TO THIRD READING UNAN                   
                              CONSENT                                          
  04/19/94      3784    (S)   READ THE THIRD TIME  CSSB 240                    
                              (RLS)                                            
  04/19/94      3784    (S)   COSPONSOR(S): KELLY, KERTTULA,                   
                              TAYLOR,                                          
  04/19/94      3784    (S)   FRANK, MILLER, SHARP, DUNCAN,                    
                              DONLEY                                           
  04/19/94      3785    (S)   PASSED Y19 N- E1                                 
  04/19/94      3789    (S)   TRANSMITTED TO (H)                               
  04/20/94      3618    (H)   READ THE FIRST TIME/REFERRAL(S)                  
  04/20/94      3618    (H)   COMMUNITY & REGIONAL AFFAIRS                     
  04/26/94              (H)   CRA AT 01:00 PM CAPITOL 124                      
  04/26/94              (H)   MINUTE(CRA)                                      
  04/28/94              (H)   CRA AT 01:00 PM CAPITOL 124                      
                                                                               
                                                                               
  BILL:  SB 217                                                                
  SHORT TITLE: INCREASE LAND GRANT TO UNIV. OF ALASKA                          
  SPONSOR(S):SENATOR(S)FRANK,Kerttula,Miller,                                  
  Rieger,Taylor,Sharp                                                          
                                                                               
  JRN-DATE     JRN-PG               ACTION                                     
  05/11/93      2311    (S)   READ THE FIRST TIME/REFERRAL(S)                  
  05/11/93      2311    (S)   HES, RESOURCES, FINANCE                          
  01/26/94              (S)   HES AT 1:30 PM BUTROVICH RM 205                  
  01/26/94              (S)   MINUTE(HES)                                      
  01/31/94              (S)   HES AT 1:30 PM BUTROVICH RM 205                  
  02/02/94              (S)   HES AT 1:30 PM BUTROVICH RM 205                  
  02/02/94              (S)   MINUTE(HES)                                      
  02/04/94      2679    (S)   HES RPT  CS  4DP NEW TITLE                       
  02/04/94      2679    (S)   FISCAL NOTE TO SB & CS (DNR)                     
  02/09/94              (S)   RES AT 3:30 PM BUTROVICH RM 205                  
  02/14/94              (S)   RES AT 3:30 PM BUTROVICH RM 205                  
  02/14/94              (S)   MINUTE(RES)                                      
  02/15/94              (S)   RES AT 3:30 PM BUTROVICH RM 205                  
  02/15/94              (S)   MINUTE(RES)                                      
  02/18/94      2882    (S)   RES RPT  CS  3DP 1NR NEW TITLE                   
  02/18/94      2882    (S)   PREVIOUS FISCAL NOTE APPLIES                     
                              (DNR)                                            
  03/10/94      3145    (S)   FIN RPT  CS  3DP 1DNP NEW TITLE                  
  03/10/94      3145    (S)   FNS TO CS PUBLISHED (UA, F&G)                    
  03/10/94      3145    (S)   ZERO FN TO CS PUBLISHED (REV)                    
  03/10/94              (S)   FIN AT 08:30 AM SENATE FIN 518                   
  03/16/94      3238    (S)   FISCAL NOTE TO CS PUBLISHED                      
                              (DNR)                                            
  03/29/94              (S)   RLS AT 00:00 AM FAHRENKAMP                       
                              ROOM 203                                         
  03/29/94              (S)   MINUTE(RLS)                                      
  04/06/94      3465    (S)   RULES RPT  2CAL 1NR 4/6/94                       
  04/06/94      3466    (S)   READ THE SECOND TIME                             
  04/06/94      3466    (S)   FIN  CS ADOPTED UNAN CONSENT                     
  04/06/94      3467    (S)   AM NO  1 MOVED BY KERTTULA,                      
                              ADAMS                                            
  04/06/94      3467    (S)   AM NO  1     ADOPTED Y12 N8                      
  04/06/94      3467    (S)   AM NO  2 MOVED BY ADAMS                          
  04/06/94      3473    (S)   AM NO  2 WITHDRAWN BY ADAMS                      
  04/06/94      3474    (S)   AM NO  3 MOVED BY ELLIS                          
  04/06/94      3474    (S)   AM NO  3     ADOPTED Y11 N9                      
  04/06/94      3474    (S)   AM NO  4 MOVED BY LINCOLN                        
  04/06/94      3475    (S)   AM NO  4     ADOPTED Y11 N9                      
  04/06/94      3475    (S)   MOTION TO RESCIND ACTION IN                      
                              ADOPTG AM 1                                      
  04/06/94      3475    (S)   MOTION TO RESCIND ACTION FAILED                  
                              Y10 N10                                          
  04/06/94      3475    (S)   MOTION TO RESCIND ACTION IN                      
                              ADPTG AM 4                                       
  04/06/94      3476    (S)   MTN TO RESCIND ADOPTING AM 4                     
                              WITHDRAWN                                        
  04/06/94      3476    (S)   HELD IN SECOND READING TO 4/7                    
                              CALENDAR                                         
  04/07/94      3505    (S)   HELD IN 2ND RDG TO 4/12 CAL                      
                              W/AMS PNDG                                       
  04/12/94      3602    (S)   HELD IN 2ND RDG TO 4/14 CAL                      
                              W/AMS PNDG                                       
  04/14/94      3674    (S)   AM NO  5   MOVED BY DUNCAN                       
  04/14/94      3675    (S)   AM NO  5   ADOPTED UNAN CONSENT                  
  04/14/94      3676    (S)   AM NO  6   MOVED BY FRANK                        
  04/14/94      3676    (S)   AM NO  6   ADOPTED UNAN CONSENT                  
  04/14/94      3677    (S)   AM NO  7   MOVED BY LINCOLN                      
  04/14/94      3677    (S)   AM TO AM 7 MOVED BY TAYLOR                       
  04/14/94      3678    (S)   AM TO AM 7 WITHDRAWN                             
  04/14/94      3678    (S)   AM NO  7   ADOPTED Y12 N7 E1                     
  04/14/94      3678    (S)   ADVANCED TO THIRD READING UNAN                   
                              CONSENT                                          
  04/14/94      3678    (S)   READ THE THIRD TIME  CSSB 217                    
                              (FIN) AM                                         
  04/14/94      3679    (S)   PASSED Y14 N5 E1                                 
  04/14/94      3679    (S)   EFFECTIVE DATE SAME AS PASSAGE                   
  04/14/94      3690    (S)   TRANSMITTED TO (H)                               
  04/15/94      3458    (H)   READ THE FIRST TIME/REFERRAL(S)                  
  04/15/94      3458    (H)   CRA, RESOURCES, FINANCE                          
  04/25/94              (H)   CRA AT 02:00 PM CAPITOL 124                      
  04/27/94              (H)   CRA AT 01:00 PM CAPITOL 124                      
  04/28/94              (H)   CRA AT 01:00 PM CAPITOL 124                      
                                                                               
                                                                               
  ACTION NARRATIVE                                                             
                                                                               
  TAPE 94-21, SIDE A                                                           
  Number 000                                                                   
                                                                               
  CHAIRMAN HARLEY OLBERG called the meeting to order at 2:32                   
  p.m.  He noted for the record Representatives Toohey,                        
  Willis, Bunde, Davies and Williams were present.  A quorum                   
  was present.                                                                 
  CHAIRMAN OLBERG brought forth CSSB 240 and said, "My                         
  intention today is to take action on SB 240 by adopting the                  
  amendment that the North Star Borough and the University of                  
  Alaska agreed to..."                                                         
                                                                               
  Number 029                                                                   
                                                                               
  REPRESENTATIVE JOHN DAVIES moved to "hold SB 240 until                       
  tomorrow because we're still in a state of dueling                           
  amendments."                                                                 
                                                                               
  REPRESENTATIVE CYNTHIA TOOHEY objected for the "purpose of                   
  discussion".                                                                 
                                                                               
  WENDY REDMAN, VICE PRESIDENT, UNIVERSITY RELATIONS,                          
  UNIVERSITY OF ALASKA, said, "I'm a little unclear as to what                 
  the dueling amendments are.  As far as the university's                      
  concerned, we have responded to all of the concerns                          
  expressed by the borough.  I've given you a copy of the                      
  amendment which has taken care of the concerns, which I                      
  think are legitimate, raised by the borough which have to do                 
  with whether or not a private six-plex for instance, could                   
  suddenly fill up with students and the owner could claim it                  
  was now student housing and therefore could be eligible for                  
  the optional tax exemption."  (A copy of this amendment is                   
  on file.)   She continued, "So we have written in this                       
  amendment to make sure that it is with a written agreement                   
  with the university and it is part of the university's                       
  official student housing, which takes care of those                          
  concerns.  There are some additional concerns which I cannot                 
  address fully.  That is, there is some feeling on the part                   
  of the North Star Borough that they'd like to restrict this                  
  to university land only.  While that works in Fairbanks, it                  
  does not in Anchorage where we will be interested in looking                 
  at student housing that may well not be on university land.                  
  So that concern I cannot fully respond to at this point."                    
                                                                               
  Number 074                                                                   
                                                                               
  CHAIRMAN OLBERG suggested a technical amendment to the                       
  amendment inserting the word "is" into the amendment.  He                    
  moved that amendment to the amendment.                                       
                                                                               
  There were no objections.                                                    
                                                                               
  CHAIRMAN OLBERG asked, "Representative Davies, does the                      
  North Star Borough want to restrict this to university                       
  land?"                                                                       
                                                                               
  REPRESENTATIVE DAVIES replied, "That I think is one of the                   
  North Star Borough's concerns, yes.  There's also some                       
  concerns that I have heard expressed about the duration of                   
  the agreement which I've been trying to get some                             
  clarification from the Chair, the presiding officer of the                   
  Fairbanks North Star Borough Assembly and I haven't been                     
  able to clarify whether or not there's a suggestion on that                  
  or not.  I understand that there is, I just haven't gotten                   
  direct input on it.  Mr. Chairman, we're going to meet                       
  tomorrow, I just would respectfully request an opportunity                   
  to continue trying to achieve some kind of consensus here in                 
  one more 24 hour period."                                                    
                                                                               
  Number 107                                                                   
                                                                               
  CHAIRMAN OLBERG pointed out, "This legislation says `A                       
  municipality may by ordinance' do these things and one of                    
  the things it may do by ordinance is `classify and exempt                    
  from taxation all or any portion of.'  Wouldn't the                          
  situation in Fairbanks be different than Anchorage, which is                 
  different than Juneau...  What it really says is the                         
  Fairbanks North Star Borough may by ordinance do this or not                 
  do this, or do it in some specific fashion.  I question                      
  whether we need to do something with a statute that gives                    
  the option locally as it's drafted now."                                     
                                                                               
  REPRESENTATIVE JERRY SANDERS joined the committee.                           
                                                                               
  REPRESENTATIVE DAVIES said, "I guess my understanding of the                 
  Mayor's concern about that point is that...if you allow the                  
  municipality to do something that the municipality may not                   
  really want to have happen.  You get a situation where                       
  there's a sort of snowballing of testimony at a particular                   
  assembly meeting that can kind of roll the decision one way                  
  or another...  It may not be our intent to allow slum                        
  landlord six-plexes downtown to be part of the university                    
  housing, but if we were to have a loophole in here that                      
  allowed that, there may develop a lot of pressure within the                 
  municipality to do that.  So, what the mayor's concern is                    
  that he would like the bill to be crafted tightly enough                     
  that it only allows those things done which we really concur                 
  that the university ought to be doing here.  Not extend the                  
  authority any further because he's afraid that there will                    
  develop a certain amount of pressure from people who have an                 
  economic interest in that to get taken off the tax rolls.                    
  His fundamental concern is that he doesn't want to see                       
  properties that are now on the tax rolls being removed..."                   
                                                                               
  REPRESENTATIVE TOOHEY said, "If the mayor of North Star                      
  Borough is so concerned, I would like to have heard from                     
  him.  He's had sufficient time..."                                           
                                                                               
  Number 183                                                                   
                                                                               
  CHAIRMAN OLBERG moved to adopt the amended amendment.                        
                                                                               
  REPRESENTATIVE CON BUNDE reminded the committee that                         
  Representative Davies already had a motion before the                        
  committee to hold SB 240 in committee until the following                    
  day.                                                                         
                                                                               
  CHAIRMAN OLBERG withdrew his motion to adopt the amended                     
  amendment.                                                                   
                                                                               
  REPRESENTATIVE BILL WILLIAMS addressed Representative Davies                 
  motion saying, "It says here `based upon a written agreement                 
  with the University of Alaska,' wouldn't that take care of                   
  the concerns of the mayor?"                                                  
                                                                               
  CHAIRMAN OLBERG said, "The agreement Tuesday (April 26,                      
  1994) was that within 24 hours all the friendly attorneys of                 
  all the relevant organizations would get together and draft                  
  an amendment which would make everybody happy.  Forty-eight                  
  hours later, it appears that that didn't happen..."                          
                                                                               
  Number 230                                                                   
                                                                               
  REPRESENTATIVE DAVIES said, "Just for your information,                      
  we've been working fairly hard over the interim to try to                    
  come up with some compromise and unfortunately, the fact is                  
  ten minutes before I came down here I was on the phone with                  
  the mayor and he has not approved this amendment that's                      
  before us.  So the amendment can't be characterized as an                    
  amendment that incorporates the borough's concerns in their                  
  entirety."                                                                   
                                                                               
  CHAIRMAN OLBERG said, "One thing we've tried to do in this                   
  committee and we haven't always been successful but, to the                  
  extent possible, we've tried to maintain a position that                     
  local option was important..."                                               
                                                                               
  Number 252                                                                   
                                                                               
  REPRESENTATIVE DAVIES said, "What this amendment does is it                  
  allows people, as the situations develop in the boroughs                     
  where the university would come to an agreement with some                    
  private property owner whose property is presently on the                    
  tax rolls to convert that into student housing and then                      
  remove that existing building from the tax rolls..."                         
                                                                               
  CHAIRMAN OLBERG interjected, "Only with the consent of the                   
  North Star Borough."                                                         
                                                                               
  REPRESENTATIVE DAVIES said, "No, only with the consent of                    
  the university.  The borough has no role in it...  It's just                 
  going to be very difficult, if it's permitted in the law and                 
  the university wants to do it, for the assembly to turn that                 
  down."                                                                       
                                                                               
  Number 273                                                                   
                                                                               
  REPRESENTATIVE TOOHEY declared a conflict of interest                        
  because she is "the owner of historic sites and of historic                  
  buildings."  She said, "I just want that to be on the record                 
  that I'm tax exempt from municipalities because I own a                      
  historic site."                                                              
                                                                               
  CHAIRMAN OLBERG insisted that she still vote and rephrased                   
  the motion pending saying, "Shall we hold CSSB 240 until                     
  tomorrow, I have objected."                                                  
                                                                               
  A roll call vote was taken.  REPRESENTATIVES TOOHEY,                         
  WILLIAMS, BUNDE, SANDERS AND OLBERG voted AGAINST the                        
  motion.  REPRESENTATIVES WILLIS AND DAVIES voted FOR the                     
  motion.  THE MOTION FAILED.                                                  
                                                                               
  CHAIRMAN OLBERG moved to adopt the amended amendment.                        
                                                                               
  REPRESENTATIVE DAVIES objected.                                              
                                                                               
  A roll call vote was taken.  REPRESENTATIVES TOOHEY,                         
  WILLIAMS, BUNDE, SANDERS AND OLBERG voted FOR the motion.                    
  REPRESENTATIVES WILLIS AND DAVIES voted AGAINST the motion.                  
  THE MOTION PASSED ADOPTING THE AMENDED AMENDMENT.                            
                                                                               
  REPRESENTATIVE DAVIES moved to "substitute Section D with                    
  the following language: `A private leasehold, contract or                    
  other interest in University of Alaska property which is                     
  used exclusively for student housing.'"                                      
                                                                               
  CHAIRMAN OLBERG objected and said, "(This) would have the                    
  net effect of not impacting the North Star Borough in any                    
  way because the University property is already exempt.  Is                   
  that correct?"                                                               
                                                                               
  REPRESENTATIVE DAVIES said yes.                                              
                                                                               
  Number 334                                                                   
                                                                               
  REPRESENTATIVE BUNDE asked about "statewide application" of                  
  the bill.                                                                    
                                                                               
  MS. REDMAN said, "The amendment that Representative Davies                   
  has put forward is the amendment that the borough has                        
  consistently been putting forward and it isn't acceptable to                 
  us because, in Fairbanks at the present time, frankly, we're                 
  not looking at any non-university land for dormitories, but                  
  they're anticipating something way down the road.  And I                     
  understand that's their job.  However, in Anchorage, where                   
  we're in a much different situation relative to how much                     
  land the university owns, it is in fact likely that if we                    
  were able to go into a private-public partnership with an                    
  owner, it would be on contiguous land to university land.                    
  So it's very important to us that we leave the flexibility                   
  in this bill to allow us to develop housing on private                       
  property.  In terms of that amendment...it seems to me that                  
  that also provides actually less flexibility.  What we were                  
  trying to do with the amendment in D in 30 years is to set a                 
  limit.  No more than 30 years.  You can certainly give less,                 
  because in our discussions with individuals who have been                    
  involved and there are 13 states right now where they've                     
  gone into these kinds of private-public partnerships on the                  
  construction of student housing..., but it may well be that                  
  a borough with their option chooses not to give a tax                        
  exemption for the full 30 year period but they may wish to                   
  only give it for 10 years of the 30 year mortgage.  They may                 
  wish to give the exemption only for the land, not for the                    
  improvements, or only for the building and not for the                       
  student rents.  Every municipality has a different situation                 
  and it may be that the situation is different if there is                    
  more than one project.  Our goal was to try to give all of                   
  that flexibility to the municipality based on what they see                  
  their needs as."                                                             
                                                                               
  Number 365                                                                   
                                                                               
  CHAIRMAN OLBERG said, "Is there some reason we're not                        
  hearing from the City of Fairbanks about this.                               
                                                                               
  REPRESENTATIVE DAVIES said it's a borough issue.                             
                                                                               
  REPRESENTATIVE BUNDE asked, "Have there been any other                       
  cities that have been in correspondence about this?"                         
                                                                               
  CHAIRMAN OLBERG said, "I'm not aware, Representative Bunde,                  
  that we've heard from anybody...other than the mayor of the                  
  North Star Borough through Representative Davies."                           
                                                                               
  MS. REDMAN said, "We did contact the Anchorage municipality                  
  with the draft copy of the bill a month or so ago, and their                 
  lobbyist indicated that they have no problem with the bill."                 
                                                                               
  Number 400                                                                   
                                                                               
  A roll vote was taken on Representative Davies's motion to                   
  substitute Section D.  REPRESENTATIVES WILLIS AND DAVIES                     
  voted YES.  REPRESENTATIVES TOOHEY, WILLIAMS, BUNDE, SANDERS                 
  AND OLBERG voted NO.  THE MOTION FAILED.                                     
                                                                               
  REPRESENTATIVE WILLIAMS moved to pass CSSB 240 out of                        
  committee, as amended with individual recommendations.                       
  There were no objections.                                                    
  CHAIRMAN OLBERG rescheduled CSSB 217 for the following                       
  meeting scheduled on April 29, 1994.                                         
                                                                               
  REPRESENTATIVE WILLIS asked if the hearing on CSSB 217 would                 
  be teleconferenced since "there are groups going on record                   
  as opposing it."                                                             
                                                                               
  CHAIRMAN OLBERG said, "If we can determine that there's                      
  enough interest at sites elsewhere in the state, I guess we                  
  could schedule it.  The problem is we don't know what time                   
  it is (the next C&RA meeting)."  He then asked Ms. Redman                    
  how many times CSSB 217 had been heard in the Senate.                        
                                                                               
  MS. REDMAN indicated four or five times.                                     
                                                                               
  ADJOURNMENT                                                                  
                                                                               
  CHAIRMAN OLBERG said, "At least for tomorrow, we'll not                      
  teleconference," and he adjourned the meeting at 3:00 p.m.                   
                                                                               
  BILLS NOT HEARD                                                              
                                                                               
  CSSB 217: "An Act relating to the University of Alaska and                   
            university land, authorizing the University of                     
            Alaska to select additional state public domain                    
            land, and defining net income from the University                  
            of Alaska's endowment trust fund as `university                    
            receipts' subject to prior legislative                             
            appropriation; and providing for an effective                      
            date."                                                             
                                                                               

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