04-06-05 : Enables a Second Class Borough to eliminate or consolidate service areas that are non functional or are operating below minimum standards. Any consolidations or dissolutions will be decided by the local government. SB 114 protects service areas that tax at an adaquate level to maintain roads within the service area.
03-10-06 : Appropriates $28 million from the Alaska capital income fund (AS 37.05.565) to the revenue sharing fund (AS 29.60.800), contingent on passage of a bill that establishes the revenue sharing fund. Allocates an additional $29.3 million in general funds to the municipal employees' retirement system unfunded liability relief account.
03-10-06 : Creates the revenue sharing fund and allows the legislature to make appropriations to the revenue sharing fund from the Alaska capital income fund. Also creates the municipal public employees' retirement system unfunded liability relief account.
An Act relating to administrative boroughs; relating to municipal school districts; relating to standards for incorporation of boroughs and unified municipalities; eliminating obsolete provisions relating to a third class borough and making technical changes to statutes relating to regional educational attendance areas; and relating to new borough grants for certain newly incorporated boroughs and unified municipalities.
03-29-06 : Establishes the Administrative Borough as a new class of municipal government. Provides an organizational grant of $250,000 per year for three years for Administrative Boroughs. Gives boroughs that incorporate within four years of the effective date of the act a ''new borough grant'' that can be invested and earnings used for municipal purposes.
05-10-05 : Senate unanimously concurred with House changes 5/10. Establishes the Advisory Commission on Local Government consisting of three senators appointed by the senate president, three representatives appointed by the speaker of the house, and three public members appointed jointly by the senate president and speaker.