Legislature(1993 - 1994)
1993-04-24 House JournalFull Journal pdf
1993-04-24 House Journal Page 1489 HB 183 The Resources Committee has considered: HOUSE BILL NO. 183 "An Act directing the identification and delineation of a transportation and utility corridor between Fairbanks and the Seward Peninsula for road, rail, pipeline, and electrical transmission purposes; and providing for an effective date." and recommends it be replaced with: CS FOR HOUSE BILL NO. 183(RES) (same title) The report was signed by Representative Williams, Chair, with the following individual recommendations: 1993-04-24 House Journal Page 1490 HB 183 Do pass (4): Carney, Green, James, Mulder Do not pass (3): Finkelstein, Davies, Bunde No recommendation (1): Williams The following fiscal note applies to CSHB 183(RES): Fiscal note, Dept. of Transportation & Public Facilities, 4/24/93 HB 183 was referred to the Finance Committee. A memorandum dated April 23, 1993, from Jack Chenoweth, Legislative Council, was submitted: "Enclosed is a substituted copy of CSHB 183(Resources). This should replace the original committee substitute previously provided. In this version I have changed page 2, line 20 to substitute reference to 'the Department of Natural Resources' for the reference to 'Department of Transportation and Public Facilities.' The Transportation Department has no general authority to classify or reclassify state land. The Department of Natural Resources does. This version now correctly assigns that responsibility. The error arose in the preparation of the draft committee substitute from which the Resources Committee worked. The draft, you may recall, resulted in drafting this measure in codified form (rather than in uncodified form, as originally introduced). In sorting out the references to 'department' as we shifted from uncodified to codified format, we simply inserted reference to the Transportation Department where reference should have been made to the Department of Natural Resources and then missed the error on review. This version corrects that drafting error."