SB 303 would re-establish the Big Game Commercial Services Board in the Department of Community and Economic Development to license and regulate commercial big game hunting services and transportation services. It also increases from $1,000 to $5,000 the maximum civil penalty for disciplinary purposes.
An Act relating to investments of Alaska permanent fund assets; and providing for an effective date.
Version: CS SB 326 (STA) Contact: Laura Achee, 465-2059 Action: 06-16-04: Signed Into Law
SB 326 clarifies investment guidelines for the Alaska Permanent Fund to explicitly authorize certain investments under a basket clause that allows the trustees to invest up to 5 percent of the Fund in investments that are restricted under the statutory list, but are appropriate under the prudent investor rule. It also increases the percentage that can be invested under the basket clause up to 10 percent.
Proposing amendments to the Constitution of the State of Alaska relating to limiting appropriations from and inflation-proofing the Alaska permanent fund by establishing a percent of market value spending limit.
An Act extending the termination date of the Board of Storage Tank Assistance; and providing for an effective date.
05-29-03 : Gov. Murkowski signed HB 187 into law. Sponsored by the House Rules Committee by request of Joint Legislative Budget and Audit Committee, HB 187 extends the Board of Storage Tank Assistance to June 30, 2007. Otherwise the board will sunset on June 30, 2003. The board (BSTA) helps the owners and operators of underground storage tanks (UST's) to comply with state and federal regulations enacted in response to nationwide concern over possible contamination of drinking water from leaking tanks. These regulations cover areas including the design, construction and installation of new tanks, and tightened standards for the retrofitting of existing tanks.
Proposing amendments to the Constitution of the State of Alaska relating to and limiting appropriations from and inflation-proofing the Alaska permanent fund by establishing a percent of market value spending limit.