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Chapter 001

CHAPTER: CH001

SOURCE: CSSB113(Fin)am(efdamH)

Action Date: March 18, 1981

Year: 81

Effective Date: March 25, 1981

AN ACT

Making supplemental and special appropriations for oil and gas matters; and providing for an effective date.

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BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF ALASKA:

* Section 1. The sum of $3,449,000 is appropriated from the general fund to the Department of Law for legal expenses in connection with the interstate and intrastate TAPS tariff proceedings for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1981.

*Sec. 2. The sum of $7,166,000 is appropriated from the general fund to the Department of Law for legal expenses in connection with the interstate and intrastate TAPS tariff proceedings for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1982.

*Sec. 3. The sum of $310,000 is appropriated from the general fund to the Alaska Pipeline Commission for the purpose of making the commission staff's presentation in the intrastate TAPS tariff proceedings during the fiscal year ending June 30, 1981.

*Sec. 4. The sum of $365,400 is appropriated from the general fund to the Alaska Pipeline Commission for the purpose of making the commission staff's presentation in the intrastate TAPS tariff proceedings during the fiscal year ending June 30, 1982.

*Sec. 5. The sum of $1,546,500 is appropriated from the general fund for the fiscal years ending June 30, 1981, and June 30, 1982, for expenses in connection with the pending litigation challenging the corporate oil and gas income tax, to be allocated as follows:

Department of Law $734,200 Department of Revenue 812,300

*Sec. 6. The unexpended and unobligated portions of the appropriations made in secs. 1 and 3 of this Act lapse into the general fund June 30, 1981.

*Sec. 7. The unexpended and unobligated portions of the appropriations made in secs. 2, 4, and 5 of this Act lapse into the general fund June 30, 1982.

*Sec. 8. This Act takes effect March 25, 1981.

Chapter 002

CHAPTER: CH002

SOURCE: CSSB185(Fin)

Action Date: March 23, 1981

Year: 81

Effective Date: March 24, 1981

AN ACT

Making supplemental appropriations to the Alaska Housing Finance Corporation; and providing for an effective date.

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BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF ALASKA:

* Section 1. The sum of $133,000,000 is appropriated from the general fund to the Alaska Housing Finance Corporation, Department of Revenue, for the special mortgage loan purchase program.

*Sec. 2. The sum of $12,500,000 is appropriated from the general fund to the Alaska Housing Finance Corporation, Department of Revenue, for the mobile home loan purchase program.

*Sec. 3. The sum of $4,500,000 is appropriated from the general fund to the Alaska Housing Finance Corporation, Department of Revenue, for the nonowner-occupied multi-family rural loan program.

*Sec. 4. The appropriations made by this Act are for loan program capitalization and are subject to the provisions of AS 37.25.020.

*Sec. 5. This Act takes effect immediately in accordance with AS 01.10.070(c).

Chapter 003

CHAPTER: CH003

SOURCE: SB88amH(title)

Action Date: March 23, 1981

Year: 81

Effective Date: March 24, 1981

AN ACT

Making special appropriations for the scholarship loan program; and providing for an effective date.

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BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF ALASKA:

* Section 1. The sum of $10,000,000 is appropriated from the general fund to the scholarship revolving loan fund (AS 14.40.751(a)) to establish a revolving base for the student loan program.

*Sec. 2. The sum of $3,570,127 is appropriated from the general fund to the Alaska Commission on Postsecondary Education, scholarship loan program, for repayment of principal and interest to the Student Loan Marketing Association.

*Sec. 3. This Act takes effect immediately in accordance with AS 01.10.070(c).

Chapter 004

CHAPTER: CH004

SOURCE: HCSSB98(Trsp)

Action Date: March 23, 1981

Year: 81

Effective Date: March 24, 1981

AN ACT

Relating to the naming of highways, vessels, and marine facilities constructed or acquired by the state; and providing for an effective date.

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BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF ALASKA:

* Section 1. AS 19.05 is amended by adding a new section to read:

Sec. 19.05.150. NAMING OF A HIGHWAY. (a) A highway constructed by the department under AS 19.05 - 19.40 may be given a name only by law.

(b) This section does not apply to (1) a road constructed by a municipality under a grant authorized by AS 19.05 - 19.40;

(2) local service roads and trails.

*Sec. 2. AS 19.65 is amended by adding a new section to read:

Sec. 19.65.020. NAMING OF VESSEL OR FACILITY. (a) A vessel or facility of the Alaska marine highway system constructed or acquired by the Department of Transportation and Public Facilities under AS 19.60 - 19.65 may be given a name only by law.

(b) A maritime vessel shall bear the name of an Alaska glacier.

(c) A vessel used principally on the inland waterways of the state shall bear the name of an historical vessel which used the rivers of the state.

*Sec. 3. This Act takes effect immediately in accordance with AS 01.10.070(c).

Chapter 005

CHAPTER: CH005

SOURCE: SB139

Action Date: April 10, 1981

Year: 81

Effective Date: April 11, 1981

AN ACT

Making a special appropriation to the Department of Health and Social Services for two positions at the Fairbanks Northern regional laboratory; and providing for an effective date.

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BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF ALASKA:

* Section 1. The sum of $71,300 is appropriated from the general fund to the Department of Health and Social Services for the salaries and associated costs for a full-time microbiologist II and a full-time laboratory assistant II at the Fairbanks Northern regional laboratory.

*Sec. 2. The unexpended and unobligated portion of the appropriation made by this Act lapses into the general fund June 30, 1982.

*Sec. 3. This Act takes effect immediately in accordance with AS 01.10.070(c).

Chapter 006

CHAPTER: CH006

SOURCE: HCSSB125(C&RA)

Action Date: April 15, 1981

Year: 81

Effective Date: April 16, 1981

AN ACT

Making supplemental appropriations to the Department of Community and Regional Affairs and the Department of Revenue for programs which provide state financial assistance to municipalities and other recipients; and providing for an effective date."

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BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF ALASKA:

* Section 1. The sum of $18,400,000 is appropriated from the general fund to the Department of Community and Regional Affairs for the tax equalization account (AS 29.88.035), the miscellaneous services account (AS 29.89.080), and the hospital construction assistance account (AS 29.90.020) for distribution to municipalities and other recipients for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1981.

*Sec. 2. The sum of $45,100,000 is appropriated from the general fund to the Department of Revenue for the municipal assistance fund (AS 43.20.016(a)) for distribution to organized boroughs and cities for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1981.

*Sec. 3. The sum of $780,000 is appropriated from the general fund to the Department of Community and Regional Affairs for distribution in equal shares to each Native village government entitled to state aid under AS 29.89.050.

*Sec. 4. The sum of $20,000 is appropriated from the general fund to the Department of Community and Regional Affairs for administrative costs associated with financial assistance to municipalities and other recipients.

*Sec. 5. The unencumbered and unobligated portions of the appropriations made by this Act lapse into the general fund June 30, 1981.

*Sec. 6. This Act takes effect immediately in accordance with AS 01.10.070(c).

Chapter 007

CHAPTER: CH007

SOURCE: FCCSSB174

Action Date: April 16, 1981

Year: 81

Effective Date: April 17, 1981

AN ACT

Making supplemental appropriations to the Alaska Power Authority; and providing for an effective date.

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BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF ALASKA:

* Section 1. The sum of $1,170,000 is appropriated from the general fund to the Alaska Power Authority, power production cost assistance fund (AS 44.83.162), to cover costs of the power production cost assistance program for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1981.

*Sec. 2. The sum of $2,540,000 is appropriated from the general fund to the Alaska Power Authority for the study of the Susitna River hydroelectric project for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1981.

* SEC. 3. THE SUM OF $121,000 IS APPROPRIATED FROM THE GENERAL FUND TO THE ALASKA POWER AUTHORITY TO FINANCE NEW POSITIONS AND ASSOCIATED COSTS FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1981. (vetoed) * SEC. 4. SECTION 3 OF THIS ACT TAKES EFFECT ON THE ENACTMENT OF VERSIONS OF (1) AN ACT ESTABLISHING A POWER PROJECT DEVELOPMENT FUND IN THE ALASKA POWER AUTHORITY AND AMENDING THE ALASKA POWER AUTHORITY ACT (SB 25); AND (2) AN ACT MAKING SPECIAL APPROPRIATIONS TO THE ALASKA POWER AUTHORITY FOR ENERGY PROJECTS AND FOR THE POWER PRODUCTION COST ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (SB 26). (vetoed)

*Sec. 5. Sections 1 and 2 of this Act take effect immediately in accordance with AS 01.10.070(c).

Chapter 008

CHAPTER: CH008

SOURCE: HB53

Action Date: April 22, 1981

Year: 81

Effective Date: July 21, 1981

AN ACT

Relating to the point system for driving offenses.

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BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF ALASKA:

* Section 1. AS 28.15.241(c) is amended to read:

(c) (_One_) FROM JANUARY 1, 1975, ONE point shall accumulate to the driver's benefit for each (_12 consecutive months_) YEAR of licensed, violation-free driving (_within the five-year period preceding the_) (_point calculation_).

Chapter 009

CHAPTER: CH009

SOURCE: HB296

Action Date: April 22, 1981

Year: 81

Effective Date: April 23, 1981

AN ACT

Making a supplemental appropriation to the Department of Public Safety; and providing for an effective date.

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BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF ALASKA:

* Section 1. The sum of $3,416,500 is appropriated from the general fund to the Department of Public Safety to pay the fiscal year 1980 and fiscal year 1981 costs of the Public Safety Employees Association contract.

*Sec. 2. The unexpended and unobligated portion of the appropriation made in this Act lapses into the general fund June 30, 1981.

*Sec. 3. This Act takes effect immediately in accordance with AS 01.10.070(c).

Chapter 010

CHAPTER: CH010

SOURCE: SB97

Action Date: April 30, 1981

Year: 81

Effective Date: July 29, 1981

AN ACT

Naming the North Slope haul road after James Dalton.

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BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF ALASKA:

* Section 1. FINDINGS AND INTENT. The legislature finds that James Dalton's exploration of the North Slope and his report on petroleum possibilities there contributed greatly to the subsequent development of the area, including the construction of the North Slope haul road. Therefore the legislature finds it appropriate that James Dalton be remembered by naming the North Slope haul road after him.

*Sec. 2. AS 19.40 is amended by adding a new section to read:

Sec. 19.40.015. DALTON HIGHWAY. The highway is named the James Dalton Highway.

Chapter 011

CHAPTER: CH011

SOURCE: CSSB178(Rls)

Action Date: May 5, 1981

Year: 81

Effective Date: May 6, 1981

AN ACT

Making supplemental appropriations to the Department of Administration and Department of Transportation and Public Facilities to fund the Inland Boatmen's Union and Masters, Mates and Pilots contracts; and providing for an effective date.

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BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF ALASKA:

* Section 1. The sum of $1,504,000 is appropriated from the general fund to the Department of Transportation and Public Facilities for fiscal year 1981 for costs of the Inland Boatmen's Union contract which was signed in August 1980.

*Sec. 2. The sum of $240,300 is appropriated from the general fund to the Department of Transportation and Public Facilities for fiscal year 1981 for costs of the Masters, Mates and Pilots contract which was signed in February 1981.

*Sec. 3. The sum of $5,000 is appropriated from the general fund to the Department of Administration for fiscal year 1981 for costs of the Masters, Mates and Pilots contract which was signed in February 1981.

*Sec. 4. This Act takes effect immediately in accordance with AS 01.10.070(c).

Chapter 012

CHAPTER: CH012

SOURCE: CSHB488(Fin)

Action Date: May 11, 1981

Year: 81

Effective Date: May 12, 1981

AN ACT

Making supplemental appropriations for the operation of the legislature and the legislative finance division;

and providing for an effective date.

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BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF ALASKA:

* Section 1. The sum of $1,853,500 is appropriated from the general fund to the Legislative Affairs Agency for the operation of the Twelfth Legislature - First Session from the 87th through the 125th legislative day.

*Sec. 2. The sum of $95,000 is appropriated from the general fund to the legislative finance division for its operation during the Twelfth Legislature - First Session.

*Sec. 3. The unexpended and unobligated portions of the appropriations made by this Act lapse into the general fund June 30, 1981.

*Sec. 4. This Act takes effect immediately in accordance with AS 01.10.070(c).

Chapter 013

CHAPTER: CH013

SOURCE: HB140

Action Date: May 13, 1981

Year: 81

Effective Date: August 11, 1981

AN ACT

Increasing the longevity bonus.

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BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF ALASKA:

* Section 1. AS 47.45.010(a) is amended to read:

(a) A person who is 65 years of age or over, who was domiciled in the territory on or before January 3, 1959 and who has maintained a continuous domicile in the territory or state for 25 years may apply to the commissioner of administration for qualification to receive a monthly bonus of (_$250_) $200 .

Chapter 014

CHAPTER: CH014

SOURCE: SB329am(title)

Action Date: May 15, 1981

Year: 81

Effective Date: May 16, 1981

AN ACT

Making a special appropriation to the Alaska Municipal Bond Bank Authority for the purchase of general obligation bonds issued by the City of Nenana; and providing for an effective date.

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BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF ALASKA:

* Section 1. The sum of $2,500,000 is appropriated from the general fund to the Department of Revenue, Alaska Municipal Bond Bank Authority, to purchase general obligation bonds approved by the voters of the City of Nenana and issued by that city.

*Sec. 2. This Act takes effect immediately in accordance with AS 01.10.070(c).

Chapter 015

CHAPTER: CH015

SOURCE: SCSHB394(Fin)

Action Date: May 18, 1981

Year: 81

Effective Date: May 19, 1981

AN ACT

Making a special appropriation to the agricultural re- volving loan fund; and providing for an effective date.

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BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF ALASKA:

* Section 1. The sum of $8,500,000 is appropriated from the general fund to the agricultural revolving loan fund (AS 03.10.040).

*Sec. 2. This Act takes effect immediately in accordance with AS 01.10.070(c).

Chapter 016

CHAPTER: CH016

SOURCE: HCSCSSB321(Fin)amH

Action Date: May 28, 1981

Year: 81

Effective Date: May 29, 1981

AN ACT

Making, amending, adjusting, and repealing appropria- tions and extending lapse dates on certain appropria- tions; and providing for an effective date."

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BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF ALASKA:

* Section 1. (a) Section 286, ch. 50, SLA 1980, page 94, line 20 is amended to read:

APPROPRIATION GENERAL ITEMS FUND Anchorage - Roads and Projects (_7,900,000_) (_7,900,000_) 5,000,000 5,000,000 (b) Section 286, ch. 50, SLA 1980, page 55, line 21 (Anchorage carriage house purchase) is repealed.

(c) Section 286, ch. 50, SLA 1980, page 89, line 6 (pilot rail "Buddcar" transportation project) is repealed.

*Sec. 2. (a) Section 286, ch. 50, SLA 1980, page 41, line 5 is amended to read:

ALLOCATIONS APPROPRIATION GENERAL ITEMS FUND EDA Skill Center Shop Building (_1,370,000_) (_770,000_) 1,400,000 800,000 (b) Section 286, ch. 50, SLA 1980, page 41, lines 9 and 10 are amended to read:

Skill Center Programs (_590,000_) (_590,000_) 560,000 560,000 Oil Rig Enclo- sure-Seward (_290,000_) 260,000

*Sec. 3. (a) Section 286, ch. 50, SLA 1980, page 43, line 10 is amended to read:

APPROPRIATION GENERAL ITEMS FUND Aniak - Elementary-High School Classrooms (_4,283,000_) (_4,283,000_) 2,840,000 2,840,000 (b) Section 286, ch. 50, SLA 1980, page 43, line 11 and line 14 (Aniak preschool and White Alice renovation) are repealed.

*Sec. 4. (a) Section 286, ch. 50, SLA 1980, page 97, line 19 (grant to Fairbanks for paving Van Horn east of Cushman) is repealed.

(b) Section 286, ch. 50, SLA 1980, page 92 is amended by adding the following after line 5:

APPROPRIATION GENERAL ITEMS FUND Van Horn paving east of Cushman 104,800 104,800

*Sec. 5. (a) Section 286, ch. 50, SLA 1980, page 61, line 20 (grant to Fairbanks for historic trails) is repealed.

(b) Section 286, ch. 50, SLA 1980, page 62 is amended by adding the following after line 6:

APPROPRIATION GENERAL ITEMS FUND Historic Trails 110,000 110,000

*Sec. 6. Section 208, ch. 50, SLA 1980, is amended to read:

Sec. 208. The sum of $150,000 is appropriated from the general fund TO THE MUNICIPAL GRANT ACCOUNT for payment as a grant to the Bristol Bay Borough for a feasibility study (_of and implementation_) of the utilization of waste heat by the Naknek Electric Association.

*Sec. 7. Section 286, ch. 50, SLA 1980, page 68, line 20 is amended to read:

APPROPRIATION GENERAL ITEMS FUND (_Rabbit Creek Fire Hall_) 59,000 59,000 INDIAN-BIRD CREEK - FIRE ENGINE

*Sec. 8. (a) The appropriations made for rural airport runway improvements in sec. 286, ch. 50, SLA 1980, page 80, lines 5, 8, 9, 11, 14, and 16 are amended to read:

APPROPRIATION GENERAL ITEMS FUND White Mountain (_1,576,000_) (_1,576,000_) 670,000 670,000 Deering (_1,396,000_) (_1,396,000_) 896,000 896,000 Buckland (_3,230,000_) (_3,230,000_) 1,670,000 1,670,000 Kotzebue (_275,000_) (_275,000_) 900,000 900,000 Kivalina (_50,000_) (_50,000_) 750,000 750,000 Selawik (_50,000_) (_50,000_) 950,000 950,000 (b) THE SUM OF $191,000 IS APPROPRIATED FROM THE 1972 AIRPORT CONSTRUCTION FUND IN SEC. 2, CH. 194, SLA 1972 TO THE DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION AND PUBLIC FACILITIES FOR THE AIRPORT RUNWAY IMPROVEMENT PROJECT SHORTFALL IN SEC. 286, CH.

50, SLA 1980, PAGE 80, LINE 9. (vetoed) (c) THE SUM OF $550,000 IS APPROPRIATED FROM THE 1968 AIRPORT CONSTRUCTION FUND IN SEC. 1, CH. 202, SLA 1970 TO THE DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION AND PUBLIC FACILITIES FOR THE AIRPORT RUNWAY IMPROVEMENT PROJECT SHORTFALL IN SEC. 286, CH.

50, SLA 1980, PAGE 80, LINE 9. (vetoed)

*Sec. 9. The unexpended and unobligated portion of the appropriation of $400,000 to the Department of Health and Social Services for payment as a grant to the Tanana Chiefs Conference for the hospital residential care program, in sec. 119, ch. 50, SLA 1980, lapses into the general fund June 30, 1982.

*Sec. 10. Section 286, ch. 50, SLA 1980, page 66, line 7 is amended to read:

APPROPRIATION GENERAL OTHER ITEMS FUND FUNDS Lime Village (_alternative energy_) WIND POWER system 90,000 90,000

*Sec. 11. (a) Section 286, ch. 50, SLA 1980, page 70, line 4 (Chistochina generator) is repealed.

(b) Section 286, ch. 50, SLA 1980, page 75 is amended by adding the following after line 9:

APPROPRIATION GENERAL ITEMS FUND Ruby - local roads improvements 130,000 130,000

*Sec. 12. Section 286, ch. 50, SLA 1980, page 96, line 23 is amended to read:

APPROPRIATION GENERAL ITEMS FUND (_Ruby - local road improve-_) (_ments_) GALENA TRANSPOR- TATION 110,000 110,000

*Sec. 13. (a) SECTION 286, CH. 50, SLA 1980, PAGE 66, LINE 14 (SUPERINSULATED OFFICE DEMONSTRATION) IS REPEALED.

(vetoed) (b) Section 286, ch. 50, SLA 1980, page 78, line 17 is amended to read:

APPROPRIATION GENERAL ITEMS FUND Rehabilitation of Fairbanks Recreation Center (_and_) (_installation of solar_) (_collectors_) (_1,075,000_) (_1,075,000_) 1,000,000 1,000,000

*Sec. 14. (a) Section 286, ch. 50, SLA 1980, page 90, line 22 (Illinois Street - Birch Hill Connector) is repealed.

(b) Section 286, ch. 50, SLA 1980, page 92, is amended by adding the following after line 11:

APPROPRIATION GENERAL ITEMS FUND Steese Highway extension - P.E. - Yukon ferry project 70,000 70,000

*Sec. 15. (a) Section 52, ch. 120, SLA 1980, page 67, line 14 is amended to read:

APPROPRIATION GENERAL ITEMS FUND HB 687 Creating the Alaska Energy Center (_560,000_) (_560,000_) 6,000,000 6,000,000 (b) The sum of $5,440,000 is appropriated from the general fund to the Department of Administration, Alaska Energy Center, for research, development, or demonstration projects.

(c) The appropriation made for the Alaska Energy Center in (b) of this section is subject to AS 37.25.030.

*Sec. 16. (a) Section 69, ch. 173, SLA 1980 is repealed.

(b) The sum of $25,000 is appropriated from the general fund for payment as a grant to the Northwest Arctic Regional Educational Attendance Area for a flight simulator.

(c) The sum of $60,000 is appropriated from the general fund to the Department of Community and Regional Affairs for payment as a grant to the Kotzebue Sound Search and Rescue for an emergency rescue boat.

(d) The sum of $25,000 is appropriated from the general fund to the Department of Community and Regional Affairs for payment as a grant to the Mauneluk Association for a sawmill in Ambler.

(e) The sum of $25,000 is appropriated from the general fund to the Department of Transportation and Public Facilities for repairs to the Kuchoruk Creek Bridge near Noatak.

*Sec. 17. Section 286, ch. 50, SLA 1980, page 68, line 15 is amended to read:

APPROPRIATION GENERAL ITEMS FUND Egegik (_road maintenance_) (_equipment_) GRADER 100,000 100,000

*Sec. 18. Section 286, ch. 50, SLA 1980, page 84, lines 8 - 15 are amended to read:

Navigation aids are funded for the following villages:

Klawock, Hydaburg, Atka, Akhoik, Karluk, Nelson Lagoon, Sand Point, (_Nikolski_) AKUTAN , New Stuyahok, Pilot Point, Platinum, Chignik, Quinhagak, Toksook Bay, Kipnuk, Mekoryuk, Anvik, Huslia, Hughes, Holy Cross, Chevak, Hooper Bay, Crooked Creek, Emmonak, Arctic Village, Stevens Village, Circle, Eagle, Shungnak, Ambler, Point Hope, Wales, Anaktuvik Pass, Shishmeref, Savoonga, Gambell, Koyuk.

*Sec. 19. (a) Section 51, ch. 120, SLA 1980, page 45, line 13 is amended to read:

ALLOCATIONS APPROPRIATION GENERAL OTHER ITEMS FUND FUNDS Alaska National Guard (_5,451,600_) (_3,508,000_) 1,943,600 4,963,500 3,019,900 (b) Section 51, ch. 120, SLA 1980, page 45, line 19 is amended to read:

Recruitment Re- tention Organized Militia (_948,100_) 460,000 (c) Section 52, ch. 120, SLA 1980, page 68, line 22 is amended to read:

SB 26 Retirement (Allo- cated according to HJS 83 Fiscal Notes) (_772,200_) (_515,000_) 257,200 1,260,300 1,003,100

*Sec. 20. (a) Section 51, ch. 120, SLA 1980, page 15, line 22 is amended to read:

ALLOCATIONS APPROPRIATION GENERAL OTHER ITEMS FUND FUNDS Financial Support - Districts (_71,354,600_) (_36,570,400_) 34,784,200 71,564,600 36,780,400 (b) Section 51, ch. 120, SLA 1980, page 16, line 7 is amended to read:

Local Formula - REAA (_8,622,200_) 8,832,200 (c) Section 51, ch. 120, SLA 1980, page 18, lines 5 and 6 are amended to read:

Skill Center Programs (_3,587,700_) (_2,355,500_) 1,232,200 3,377,700 2,145,500 Seward Skill Center (_3,587,700_) 3,377,700

*Sec. 21. (a) The sum of $2,100,000 is appropriated from the general fund to the Department of Transportation and Public Facilities for construction projects for the Delta/Greely Regional Educational Attendance Area including (1) a vocational education facility;

(2) library expansion at Fort Greely;

(3) sprinkler system at Delta;

(4) administrative offices at Delta; and (5) classrooms at Fort Greely.

(b) The sum of $50,000 is appropriated from the general fund to the Department of Education to be paid to the Yukon Flats Regional Educational Attendance Area for general educational purposes.

(c) Section 286, ch. 50, SLA 1980, page 42, lines 22 - 25 and page 43, lines 4 - 5, (appropriations for Delta/Greely REAA) and sec. 286, ch. 50, SLA 1980, page 44, line 21 (an appropriation for Yukon Flats REAA), are repealed.

*Sec. 22. The appropriation made in sec. 21(a) of this Act is for capital projects and is subject to AS 37.25.020.

*Sec. 23. Section 286, ch. 50, SLA 1980, page 44, line 15 is amended to read:

APPROPRIATION GENERAL ITEMS FUND Ekwok Classroom (_addition_) REMODELING 320,000 320,000

*Sec. 24. (a) Section 51, ch. 120, SLA 1980, page 55, lines 9 and 10 are amended to read:

ALLOCATIONS APPROPRIATION GENERAL OTHER ITEMS FUND FUNDS Maintenance and (_2,433,800_) (_1,798,900_) 634,900 Operations 2,733,200 2,098,300 Administration (9 positions) (_1,101,300_) 1,400,700 (b) Section 286, ch. 50, SLA 1980, page 86, line 10 is amended to read:

Airport weather reporting (_599,400_) (_599,400_) 300,000 300,000

*Sec. 25. Section 284, ch. 50, SLA 1980 is amended by adding a new subsection to read:

(b) The unexpended and unobligated portion of the appropriation to the University of Alaska, School of Mineral Industries, made in sec. 50 of this Act, lapses into the general fund June 30, 1982.

*Sec. 26. Chapter 120, SLA 1980 is amended by adding a new section to read:

*Sec. 56. SPECIAL LAPSE DATES. (a) The unexpended and unobligated portion of the appropriation of $17,804,100 for CETA, made in sec. 51, at page 31, line 8 of this Act, lapses into the general fund June 30, 1982.

(b) The unexpended and unobligated portion of the appropriation of $2,488,000 for energy and power development, weatherization, made in sec. 51, at page 52, line 17 of this Act, lapses into the funds from which appropriated June 30, 1982.

(c) The unexpended and unobligated portion of the appropriation of $991,200 for local government assistance, coastal energy impact program, made in sec. 51, at page 53, line 20 of this Act, lapses into the general fund June 30, 1982.

(d) The unexpended and unobligated portion of the $3,885,300 appropriated from federal receipts for community planning assistance, made in sec. 51, at page 53, line 22 of this Act, lapses into the general fund June 30, 1982.

(e) $1,000,000 of the $1,562,600 appropriated to the Department of Environmental Conservation in sec. 52 at page 66, line 15 of this Act is not a one-year appropriation and does not lapse into the general fund under AS 37.25.010.

(f) The unexpended and unobligated portion of the appropriation of $41,431,400 for the University of Alaska, organized research, made in sec. 51, at page 19, line 17 of this Act, lapses into the general fund December 31, 1981.

*Sec. 27. Section 12, ch. 174, SLA 1980 is amended to read:

*Sec. 12. The appropriations made in secs. 3 - 9 of this Act are for operating expenses. The unobligated and unexpended portions of the appropriations made in secs. 3(_, 5, 6, 8, and_) - 9 of this Act lapse into the general fund June 30, 1981. (_The unobligated and unexpendedportions of the appropriations made in secs. 4 and 7 of this Act lapse_) (_into the general fund June 30, 1982._)

*Sec. 28. Section 286, ch. 50, SLA 1980, page 96, line 24 is amended to read:

APPROPRIATION GENERAL ITEMS FUND Emmonak - town to Tank Farm (_and town to City Dump_) Road 3,000,000 3,000,000

*Sec. 29. (a) The unexpended and unobligated portion of the appropriation made to the Department of Education for the Alaska Public Broadcasting Commission in sec. 14, ch. 6, SLA 1979, is lapsed into the general fund and is reappropriated to the Alaska Public Broadcasting Commission for community television as provided in (c) of this section.

(b) The unexpended and unobligated portions of the appropriations made to the Department of Education for the Alaska Public Broadcasting Commission in sec. 25, ch. 80, SLA 1979, page 55, lines 28 - 31, and page 56, lines 9 - 11, are lapsed into the general fund and are reappropriated to the Alaska Public Broadcasting Commission for community television as provided in (c) of this section.

(c) The appropriations lapsed in (a) and (b) of this section are reappropriated from the general fund to the Alaska Public Broadcasting Commission for the installation of transmitters at Galena, Russian Mission, Marshall, Pilot Station, Saint Mary's, Hooper Bay, Crooked Creek, Red Devil and Chevak, and an earth station and transmitter at Chuathbaluk.

*Sec. 30. (a) Section 286, ch. 50, SLA 1980, page 94 is amended by adding the following after line 12:

APPROPRIATION GENERAL ITEMS FUND Skagway-dock repairs $775,000 775,000 (b) Section 286, ch. 50, SLA 1980, page 93, line 4 (appropriation to Department of Transportation and Public Facilities for Skagway dock repairs) is repealed.

*Sec. 31. Section 286, ch. 50, SLA 1980, page 92, line 21 is amended to read:

APPROPRIATION GENERAL ITEMS FUND Skagway (_parks_) CAMPGROUND ACCESS ROAD 250,000 250,000

*Sec. 32. (a) Section 9, ch. 204, SLA 1972, page 29, Kasilof River Weir $15,000, is repealed.

(b) Section 11, ch. 153, SLA 1977, page 54, line 24 is amended to read:

APPROPRIATION GENERAL ITEMS FUND Starrigavan Estuarine Pen Rearing Expansion (_254,655_) (_254,655_) 341,100 341,100 (c) Section 25, ch. 80, SLA 1979, page 64, line 8 is amended to read:

APPROPRIATION GENERAL ITEMS FUND King Salmon Drainage Repair (_29,789_) (_29,789_) 39,500 39,500 (d) Section 19, ch. 279, SLA 1976, page 39, is amended to read:

APPROPRIATION GENERAL ITEMS FUND Fairbanks Regional Office Generator (_7,050_) (_7,050_) 22,300 22,300 (e) Section 286, ch. 50, SLA 1980, page 57, line 20 is repealed.

(f) The sum of $226,406 is appropriated from the general fund to the Department of Fish and Game, Commercial Fisheries Entry Commission for a permit application backlog reduction project.

*Sec. 33. Section 5, ch. 118, SLA 1980, page 4, lines 2 through 4 are amended to read:

PROJECT LOCATION AMOUNT Alakanuk (_roads construction_) 450,000 ROAD, PLANNING AND ENGINEERING, RIGHT-OF-WAYS, UTILITIES

*Sec. 34. This Act takes effect immediately in accordance with AS 01.10.070(c).

Chapter 017

CHAPTER: CH017

SOURCE: HCSCSSB99(HESS)amH

Action Date: June 1, 1981

Year: 81

Effective Date: August 30, 1981

AN ACT

Prohibiting sex discrimination in education in the state and implementing art. I, sec. 3 of the Alaska Constitution.

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BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF ALASKA:

* Section 1. AS 14 is amended by adding a new chapter to read:

CHAPTER 18. PROHIBITION AGAINST DISCRIMINATION BASED ON SEX IN PUBLIC EDUCATION IN ALASKA

Sec. 14.18.010. LEGISLATIVE PURPOSE. Recognizing the benefit to our state and nation of equal educational opportunities for all students, and equal employment opportunity for public education employees, discrimination on the basis of sex against an employee or a student in public education in Alaska violates art. I, sec. 3 of the Alaska Constitution and is prohibited. No person in Alaska may on the basis of sex be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any education program or activity receiving federal or state financial assistance.

Sec. 14.18.020. DISCRIMINATION IN EMPLOYMENT PROHIBITED. The board, the Board of Regents, and each school board in the state shall (1) allow no difference in conditions of employment, including but not limited to hiring practices, credential requirements, leaves of absence, hours of employment, pay, employee benefits, and assignment of instructional and noninstructional duties on the basis of sex; and (2) provide the same opportunities for advancement to males and females.

Sec. 14.18.030. DISCRIMINATION IN COUNSELING AND GUIDANCE SERVICES PROHIBITED. Guidance and counseling services in public education are available to students equally and shall stress access to career and vocational opportunities to students without regard to sex.

Sec. 14.18.040. DISCRIMINATION IN RECREATIONAL AND ATHLETIC ACTIVITIES PROHIBITED. (a) Equal opportunity for both sexes in athletics and in recreation shall be provided in a manner which is commensurate with the general interests of the members of each sex. Separate school-sponsored teams may be provided for each sex. A school which sponsors separate teams in a particular sport shall provide equipment and supplies, services, and opportunities, including use of courts, gymnasiums, and pools, to both teams with no disparities based on sex. A school which provides showers, toilets, or training-room facilities for athletic or recreational purposes shall provide comparable facilities for both sexes, either through the use of separate facilities or by scheduling separate use by each sex.

(b) A school shall divide available evening time for athletic events fairly between events for each sex.

(c) The board and the Board of Regents of the University of Alaska shall adopt procedures to determine on an annual basis student interest in male and female participation in specific sports, athletics, and recreation.

Sec. 14.18.050. DISCRIMINATION IN COURSE OFFERINGS PROHIBITED. (a) Except as provided in (b) this section, all public education classes are available to all students without regard to sex, and curriculum requirements may not be differentiated on the basis of sex.

(b) Separation of the sexes is permitted during sex education programs and during participation in physical education activities if the purpose of the activity involves bodily contact.

Sec. 14.18.060. DISCRIMINATION IN TEXTBOOKS AND INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS PROHIBITED. (a) School boards shall have textbooks and instructional materials reviewed for evidence of sex bias in accordance with AS 14.08.111 and AS 14.14.090. School boards shall use educationally sound, unbiased texts and other instructional materials as they become available. Nothing in this section prohibits use of literary works.

(b) The board shall establish by regulation standards for nondiscriminatory text books and educational materials.

Each school board shall provide training for all its certificated personnel in the identification and recognition of sex-biased materials.

(c) The Board of Regents shall establish and implement a policy under AS 14.40.170(b) for the guidance of officers and employees of the university on the selection of nondiscriminatory text books and educational materials.

Sec. 14.18.070. AFFIRMATIVE ACTION. The board shall establish procedures for affirmative action programs covering both equal employment and equal educational opportunity to be implemented by all school districts and regional educational attendance areas determined by the board not to be in compliance with this chapter.

Sec. 14.18.080. IMPLEMENTATION. (a) The board shall adopt regulations under the Administrative Procedure Act (AS 44.62) to implement this chapter.

(b) The Board of Regents shall adopt rules under AS 14.40.170(b)(1) to implement this chapter.

Sec. 14.18.090. ENFORCEMENT BY BOARD OF EDUCATION. (a) The board shall enforce compliance by school districts and regional educational attendance areas with the provisions of this chapter and the regulations and procedures adopted under it by appropriate order made in accordance with AS 44.62.

After hearing and a finding that a district or a regional educational attendance area is not in compliance with this chapter and is not actively working to come into compliance, the board shall institute appropriate proceedings to abate the practices found by the board to be a violation of this chapter.

(b) After a finding by the board that a district or regional educational attendance area has not complied with AS 14.18.020 - 14.18.070, and that the measures taken under AS 14.18.090(a) have been ineffective, the board shall withhold state funds in accordance with AS 14.07.070.

Sec. 14.18.100. REMEDIES. (a) A person aggrieved by a violation of this chapter or of a regulation or procedure adopted under this chapter as to primary or secondary education may file a complaint with the board and has an independent right of action in superior court for civil damages and for such equitable relief as the court may determine.

(b) A person aggrieved by a violation of this chapter or of a regulation or procedure adopted under this chapter as to postsecondary education has an independent right of action in superior court for civil damages and for such equitable relief as the court may determine.

Sec. 14.18.110. EFFECT OF CHAPTER. This chapter is supplementary to and does not supersede existing laws relating to unlawful discrimination based on sex.

*Sec. 2. AS 14.08.111 is amended by adding a new paragraph to read:

(9) establish procedures for the review and selection of all textbooks and instructional materials before they are introduced into the school curriculum;

the review includes a review for violations of AS 14.18.060.

*Sec. 3. AS 14.14.090 is amended by adding a new paragraph to read:

(7) establish procedures for the review and selection of all textbooks and instructional materials before they are introduced into the school curriculum;

the review includes a review for violations of AS 14.18.060.

Chapter 018

CHAPTER: CH018

SOURCE: CSHB124(Res)

Action Date: June 2, 1981

Year: 81

Effective Date: Sections 1 and 3 take effect June 3, 1981; section 2 takes effect December 31, 1981.

AN ACT

Relating to the purchase of raw fish; and providing for an effective date.

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BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF ALASKA:

* Section 1. AS 16.10 is amended by adding a new section to read:

Sec. 16.10.275. REGULATIONS. The commissioner may adopt regulations to carry out the provisions of AS 16.10.270 - 16.10.296.

*Sec. 2. AS 16.10.292 is amended by adding a new subsection to read:

(b) The commissioner may, after investigation, grant a waiver from the bonding requirement of AS 16.10.290 - 16.10.296 for those operations that do not purchase fish or hire employees.

*Sec. 3. AS 16.10 is amended by adding a new section to read:

Sec. 16.10.295. PENALTY. A person who is required to obtain the bond required by AS 16.10.290 - 16.10.296 and fails to obtain that bond is guilty of a class A misdemeanor.

Each day a violation occurs constitutes a separate offense.

*Sec. 4. Sections 1 and 3 of this Act take effect immediately in accordance with AS 01.10.070(c).

*Sec. 5. Section 2 of this Act takes effect December 31, 1981.

Chapter 019

CHAPTER: CH019

SOURCE: HB63amS

Action Date: June 2, 1981

Year: 81

Effective Date: July 1, 1981

AN ACT

Relating to the Alaska Police Standards Council; and providing for an effective date.

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BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF ALASKA:

* Section 1. AS 18.65.130 is amended to read:

Sec. 18.65.130. POLICY. The administration of criminal justice affects the health, safety and welfare of the people of this state, and requires education and training of a professional quality. It is (_aprimary_) IN THE public interest that (_applicants meet minimum standards_) (_for employment as police officers and that criminal justice_) education and training be made available to PERSONS SEEKING TO BECOME POLICE OFFICERS, police officers WHO ARE serving in a TEMPORARY OR probationary capacity , and police officers already in regular service. (_It is of secondary public interest to encourage the estab-lishment of preliminary training programs for per_)sons seeking to be-come police officers._)

*Sec. 2. AS 18.65.150(1) is amended to read:

(1) four chief administrative officers or chiefs of police of PARTICIPATING local governments;

*Sec. 3. AS 18.65.160 is amended to read:

Sec. 18.65.160. APPOINTMENT. The commissioner of public safety or his designee shall serve during his continuance in office. Other members of the council shall be appointed by the governor for (_staggered_) terms of four years, except that no member may serve beyond the time he holds the office which made him eligible for appointment.

THE TERMS OF MEMBERS INITIALLY APPOINTED TO THE COUNCIL BY THE GOVERNOR SHALL BE TWO FOR ONE YEAR, TWO FOR TWO YEARS, TWO FOR THREE YEARS, AND TWO FOR FOUR YEARS. A vacancy on the council shall be filled for the remainder of a member's unexpired term in the same manner as the original appoint- ment.

*Sec. 4. AS 18.65.220 is amended to read:

Sec. 18.65.220. POWERS. The council has the power to (1) adopt regulations for the administration of AS 18.65.130 - 18.65.290;

(2) establish minimum EDUCATIONAL AND TRAINING standards for employment as a police officer in permanent , TEMPORARY, or probationary positions and certify persons to be qualified as police officers under AS 18.65.130 - 18.65.290;

(3) establish minimum (_criminal justice_) curriculum requirements for (_basic_) PREPARATORY , (_specialized and_) in-service AND ADVANCED courses and programs for schools operated by or for the state or a political subdivision of the state for the specific purpose of training police recruits or police officers;

(4) consult and cooperate with boroughs, municipalities, agencies of the state, other governmental agencies, universities, colleges, and other institutions concerning the development of police training schools and programs of (_criminal justiceinstruction;_) (_(5) employ an administrator and other persons necessary tocarry out its duties under AS 18.65.130 - 18.65.290_).

*Sec. 5. AS 18.65.240(a) is amended to read:

(a) No person may be appointed as a police officer, except on a (_probationary_) TEMPORARY basis, unless the person (1) has satisfactorily completed a (_basic_) PREPATORY program of police training approved by the council, and (2) posssesses other qualifications the council has established for the employment of police officers, including but not limited to minimum age, education, physical and mental standards, citizenship, moral character, and experience. The council shall prescribe the means of presenting evidence of fulfillment of these requirements.

*Sec. 6. AS 18.65.240 is amended by adding a new subsection to read:

(c) The council may deny or revoke the certificate of a police officer who does not meet the standards adopted under (a)(2) of this section.

*Sec. 7. AS 18.65.250 is amended to read:

Sec. 18.65.250. FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE. (a) The Governor's Commission on the Administration of Justice has the authority to assist PARTICIPATING political subdivisions and police (_departments_) AGENCIES in meeting the costs involved by extending financial assistance for travel, per diem, tuition and other costs.

(b) Only those (_political subdivisions_) LOCAL GOVERNMENTS and (_police departments complying_) AGENCIES ELECTING TO COMPLY with AS 18.65.130 - 18.65.290 are eligible for financial assistance authorized under AS 44.19.116. This subsection applies only to those funds made available for providing minimum police standards.

*Sec. 8. AS 18.65.260 is amended to read:

(b) The council shall provide for (_and administer a funding_) THE ADMINISTRATION OF A GRANT program authorized in (a) of this section. In the administration of the program the council shall promote the most efficient and economical program for police training, including the maximum utilization of existing facilities and programs to avoid duplication.

*Sec. 9. AS 18.65.280 is repealed and reenacted to read:

Sec. 18.65.280. EXEMPTIONS. (a) The commissioner and deputy commissioner of public safety and the chief administrative officer of local police departments are exempt from the requirements of AS 18.65.240. However, a person appointed chief of a local police department after July 1, 1981, who performs any operational duties, shall meet the requirements of AS 18.65.240(a)(1).

(b) Any local government with an established police training program meeting the requirements of AS 18.65.220(2) and (3) may exclude itself from the requirements of AS 18.65.240 by ordinance. The exclusion has no effect on eligibility to receive federal or state grants.

*Sec. 10. AS 18.65.290(2) is repealed and reenacted to read:

(2) "police officer" means a full-time employee of the state or a local police department with the authority to arrest and issue citations; detain a person taken into custody until that person can be arraigned before a judge or magistrate; conduct investigations of violations of and enforce criminal laws, regulations and traffic laws; search with or without a warrant persons, dwellings, and other forms of property for evidence of a crime; carry a concealed weapon; and take other action consistent with exercise of these enumerated powers when necessary to maintain the public peace;

*Sec. 11. AS 18.65.290 is amended by adding a new paragraph to read:

(3) "chief administrative officer" means a chief of police or other official who is head of a police department in a political subdivision.

*Sec. 12. AS 18.65.210 is repealed.

*Sec. 13. This Act takes effect July 1, 1981.

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