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30th Legislature(2017-2018)

Bill Text 30th Legislature


00 Enrolled SB 23                                                                                                          
01 Making appropriations, including capital appropriations, supplemental appropriations,                                   
02 reappropriations, and other appropriations; amending appropriations; making appropriations                              
03 to capitalize funds; and providing for an effective date.                                                               
04                           _______________                                                                               
05                (SECTION 1 OF THIS ACT BEGINS ON PAGE 2)                                                                 
01 * Section 1. The following appropriation items are for capital projects and grants from the                             
02 general fund or other funds as set out in section 2 of this Act by funding source to the                                
03 agencies named for the purposes expressed and lapse under AS 37.25.020, unless otherwise                                
04 noted.                                                                                                                  
05                                   Appropriation General      Other                                                      
06                          Allocations   Items      Funds     Funds                                                       
07                       * * * * *                      * * * * *                                                          
08                 * * * * * Department of Administration * * * * *                                                        
09                       * * * * *                      * * * * *                                                          
10 Alaska Land Mobile Radio System (HD 1-  1,534,600 1,534,600                                                             
11  40)                                                                                                                    
12 Case Management Database System (HD 1-  665,000 665,000                                                                 
13  40)                                                                                                                    
14 General Services Public Building Fund  4,500,000  4,500,000                                                             
15  Buildings Deferred Maintenance (HD 1-                                                                                  
16  40)                                                                                                                    
17 Replacement of Pension and Benefits  500,000  500,000                                                                   
18  System Hardware (HD 1-40)                                                                                              
19                 * * * * *                                                    * * * * *                                  
20   * * * * * Department of Commerce, Community and Economic Development * * * * *                                        
21                 * * * * *                                                    * * * * *                                  
22 Alaska Energy Authority - Bulk Fuel  2,420,000 2,420,000                                                                
23  Upgrades  (HD 1-40)                                                                                                    
24 The appropriation to the Alaska Energy Authority is conditional upon participation by a                                 
25 federal agency at a minimum of a commensurate funding level.                                                            
26 Alaska Railroad Corporation -- Seward  300,000  300,000                                                                 
27  Cruise Ship Terminal Planning & Design                                                                                 
28  (HD 29)                                                                                                                
29 Alaska Railroad Corporation -- Seward  1,200,000  1,200,000                                                             
30  Dock Safety Enhancements  (HD 29)                                                                                      
31 Community Block Grants  (HD 1-40)  6,060,000 60,000 6,000,000                                                           
01 Grants to Named Recipients (AS                                                                                          
02  37.05.316)                                                                                                             
03 Alaska Community Foundation -         250,000   250,000                                                                 
04  Statewide Domestic Violence Shelter                                                                                    
05  Improvements (HD 1-40)                                                                                                 
06 Alaska Travel Industry Association  3,000,000  3,000,000                                                                
07  Grant for Tourism Marketing and                                                                                        
08  Development (HD 1-40)                                                                                                  
09 Hoonah Cruise Ship Dock Company --  2,000,000  2,000,000                                                                
10  Inner Point Sophia Phase 1 New Dock                                                                                    
11  Mooring Buoys (HD 35)                                                                                                  
12 Hoonah Cruise Ship Dock Company --  500,000  500,000                                                                    
13  Outer Point Sophia Dock Safety                                                                                         
14  Improvements (HD 35)                                                                                                   
15 Hope Community Resources, Inc. -  90,000 90,000                                                                         
16  Upgrades to Housing to Meet State                                                                                      
17  Licensing Requirements (HD 1-40)                                                                                       
18 Inter-Island Ferry Authority (HD 33-  115,000 115,000                                                                   
19  36)                                                                                                                    
20 The language sections of the bill include a reappropriation of unexpended and unobligated                               
21 funding, estimated to be $135,000, to provide a total of $250,000 to the Inter-Island Ferry                             
22 Authority.                                                                                                              
23 Marine Exchange of Alaska - Alaska  400,000  400,000                                                                    
24  Vessel Tracking System Upgrades and                                                                                    
25  Expansion (HD 1-40)                                                                                                    
26 Grants to Municipalities (AS                                                                                            
27  37.05.315)                                                                                                             
28 Anchorage - Police Department Patrol  200,000 200,000                                                                   
29  of the Seward Highway Between                                                                                          
30  Anchorage and Indian (HD 12-28)                                                                                        
31 It is the intent of the legislature that the Municipality of Anchorage coordinate with the                              
01 Department of Public Safety to patrol the Seward Highway.                                                               
02 Ketchikan - Port of Ketchikan Cruise  2,000,000           2,000,000                                                     
03  Ship Berths (HD 36)                                                                                                    
04                     * * * * *                                  * * * * *                                                
05            * * * * * Department of Environmental Conservation * * * * *                                                 
06                     * * * * *                                  * * * * *                                                
07 Clean Water Capitalization Grant -    587,700              587,700                                                      
08  Subsidy Funding (HD 1-40)                                                                                              
09 Drinking Water Capitalization Grant -  2,041,000          2,041,000                                                     
10  Subsidy Funding (HD 1-40)                                                                                              
11 Prince William Sound Tanker Escort    250,000   250,000                                                                 
12  Contingency Plan Review (HD 9)                                                                                         
13 Fairbanks PM2.5 Nonattainment Area  2,477,250             2,477,250                                                     
14  Voluntary Heating Device Change Out                                                                                    
15  Program (HD 1-5)                                                                                                       
16 Village Safe Water and Wastewater  64,830,000 12,080,000 52,750,000                                                     
17  Infrastructure Projects                                                                                                
18  First Time Service Projects 38,898,000                                                                                 
19   (HD 1-40)                                                                                                             
20  Expansion, Upgrade, and  25,932,000                                                                                    
21   Replacement of Existing                                                                                               
22   Service (HD 1-40)                                                                                                     
23                       * * * * *                     * * * * *                                                           
24                 * * * * * Department of Fish and Game * * * * *                                                         
25                       * * * * *                     * * * * *                                                           
26 R/V Resolution Refurbishment and    1,000,000  1,000,000                                                                
27  Repair (HD 32)                                                                                                         
28 Sport Fish Recreational Boating and  3,000,000            3,000,000                                                     
29  Angler Access (HD 1-40)                                                                                                
30                         * * * * *                * * * * *                                                              
31                   * * * * * Office of the Governor * * * * *                                                            
01                         * * * * *                * * * * *                                                              
02 State-wide Agency Deferred Maintenance  20,000,000 20,000,000                                                           
03  (HD 1-40)                                                                                                              
04 It is the intent of the legislature that the Office of the Governor prioritize the deferred                             
05 maintenance needs of all state agencies and distribute this funding to address the highest                              
06 priority issues.                                                                                                        
07                     * * * * *                                  * * * * *                                                
08             * * * * * Department of Health and Social Services * * * * *                                                
09                     * * * * *                                  * * * * *                                                
10 Emergency Medical Services Match for  500,000 500,000                                                                   
11  Code Blue Project (HD 1-40)                                                                                            
12 Statewide Electronic Health  7,628,548 762,855 6,865,693                                                                
13  Information Exchange System (HD 1-40)                                                                                  
14                    * * * * *                                     * * * * *                                              
15           * * * * * Department of Military and Veterans Affairs * * * * *                                               
16                    * * * * *                                     * * * * *                                              
17 National Guard Counterdrug Support (HD  100,000  100,000                                                                
18  1-40)                                                                                                                  
19 State Homeland Security Grant Programs  6,000,000  6,000,000                                                            
20  (HD 1-40)                                                                                                              
21                       * * * * *                         * * * * *                                                       
22               * * * * * Department of Natural Resources * * * * *                                                       
23                       * * * * *                         * * * * *                                                       
24 Abandoned Mine Lands Reclamation  3,200,000  3,200,000                                                                  
25  Federal Program (HD 1-40)                                                                                              
26 Assessment of Transitional North Slope  750,000  750,000                                                                
27  Oil Reservoirs (HD 1-40)                                                                                               
28 EVOS Parks Habitat Restoration and  2,018,930  2,018,930                                                                
29  Protection (HD 29-31)                                                                                                  
30 EVOS Purchase of Interest in Land -  1,500,000  1,500,000                                                               
31  Kachemak Bay (HD 31)                                                                                                   
01 EVOS Purchase of Interest in Land -  8,500,000            8,500,000                                                     
02  Portage Lake, Northern Afognak Island                                                                                  
03  (HD 32)                                                                                                                
04 EVOS Purchase of Interest in Land -  7,000,000            7,000,000                                                     
05  Thorsheim Drainage, Northern Afognak                                                                                   
06  Island (HD 32)                                                                                                         
07 Federal and Local Government Funded  1,400,000            1,400,000                                                     
08  Forest Resource and Fire Program (HD                                                                                   
09  1-40)                                                                                                                  
10 Geologic Mapping for Natural Resource  2,100,000 300,000 1,800,000                                                      
11  Development (HD 1-40)                                                                                                  
12 Industry Projects Application Review  400,000  400,000                                                                  
13  (HD 1-40)                                                                                                              
14 Land and Water Conservation Fund  600,000  600,000                                                                      
15  Federal Grant Program (HD 1-40)                                                                                        
16 National Historic Preservation Fund  400,000  400,000                                                                   
17  (HD 1-40)                                                                                                              
18 National Recreational Trails Federal  1,500,000  1,500,000                                                              
19  Grant Program (HD 1-40)                                                                                                
20 Snowmobile Trail Development Program  250,000 250,000                                                                   
21  and Grants (HD 1-40)                                                                                                   
22                       * * * * *                     * * * * *                                                           
23                 * * * * * Department of Public Safety * * * * *                                                         
24                       * * * * *                     * * * * *                                                           
25 Marine Fisheries Patrol Improvements  1,200,000  1,200,000                                                              
26  (HD 1-40)                                                                                                              
27                         * * * * *               * * * * *                                                               
28                   * * * * * Department of Revenue * * * * *                                                             
29                         * * * * *               * * * * *                                                               
30 Alaska Permanent Fund Corporation -  4,050,000  4,050,000                                                               
31  Headquarters Renovation (HD 33)                                                                                        
01 Alaska Housing Finance Corporation                                                                                      
02 AHFC Cold Climate Housing Research  1,000,000  1,000,000                                                                
03  Center (CCHRC) (HD 1-40)                                                                                               
04 AHFC Competitive Grants for Public  1,100,000   350,000    750,000                                                      
05  Housing (HD 1-40)                                                                                                      
06 AHFC Federal and Other Competitive  15,200,000 1,500,000 13,700,000                                                     
07  Grants (HD 1-40)                                                                                                       
08 AHFC Housing and Urban Development  2,500,000  2,500,000                                                                
09  Capital Fund Program (HD 1-40)                                                                                         
10 AHFC Housing and Urban Development  4,500,000 750,000 3,750,000                                                         
11  Federal HOME Grant (HD 1-40)                                                                                           
12 AHFC Rental Assistance for Victims -  1,500,000 1,500,000                                                               
13  Empowering Choice Housing Program                                                                                      
14  (ECHP) (HD 1-40)                                                                                                       
15 AHFC Senior Citizens Housing  1,000,000 1,000,000                                                                       
16  Development Program (HD 1-40)                                                                                          
17 AHFC Supplemental Housing Development  3,000,000 3,000,000                                                              
18  Program (HD 1-40)                                                                                                      
19 AHFC Teacher, Health and Public Safety  1,750,000 1,750,000                                                             
20  Professionals Housing (HD 1-40)                                                                                        
21 AHFC Weatherization Program (HD 1-40)  1,500,000  1,500,000                                                             
22                   * * * * *                                            * * * * *                                        
23         * * * * * Department of Transportation and Public Facilities * * * * *                                          
24                   * * * * *                                            * * * * *                                        
25 Alaska Marine Highway System -  244,000,000 22,000,000 222,000,000                                                      
26  Construction of a New Ocean Going                                                                                      
27  Vessel To Replace the F/V Tustumena                                                                                    
28  (HD 1-40)                                                                                                              
29 It is the intent of the legislature that the new oceangoing vessel to replace the F/V Tustumena                         
30 be constructed by a shipyard facility that produces the best value and most advantageous                                
31 proposal to the state. The commissioner of transportation and public facilities shall award the                         
01 contract using a competitive proposal procurement method unless the commissioner                                        
02 concludes, in writing, that the use of the competitive proposal procurement method is not in                            
03 the best interests of the state.  The Department of Transportation and Public Facilities shall                          
04 consult with the Federal Highway Administration to determine whether an open and                                        
05 competitive proposal procurement method can be used.                                                                    
06 Alaska Marine Highway System Vessel  11,000,000 11,000,000                                                              
07  Overhaul, Annual Certification and                                                                                     
08  Shoreside Facilities Rehabilitation                                                                                    
09  (HD 1-40)                                                                                                              
10 Public and Community Transportation  1,000,000 1,000,000                                                                
11  State Match (HD 1-40)                                                                                                  
12 State Equipment Fleet Replacement (HD  12,500,000        12,500,000                                                     
13  1-40)                                                                                                                  
14 Municipal Harbor Facility Grant Fund                                                                                    
15  (AS 29.60.800)                                                                                                         
16 Municipal Harbor Facility Grant Fund  5,000,000 5,000,000                                                               
17  Projects (HD 1-40)                                                                                                     
18 Federal Program Match             46,200,000  46,200,000                                                                
19  Federal-Aid Aviation State 10,800,000                                                                                  
20   Match (HD 1-40)                                                                                                       
21  Federal-Aid Highway State 34,100,000                                                                                   
22   Match (HD 1-40)                                                                                                       
23 The language sections of the bill include reappropriations of unexpended and unobligated                                
24 funding, estimated to be $23,900,000, to provide a total of $58,000,000 for Federal-Aid                                 
25 Highway State Match.                                                                                                    
26  Other Federal Program Match 1,300,000                                                                                  
27   (HD 1-40)                                                                                                             
28 Airport Improvement Program       269,500,000          269,500,000                                                      
29  Alaska International    129,500,000                                                                                    
30   Airport System (HD 1-40)                                                                                              
31  Rural Airport Improvement 140,000,000                                                                                  
01   Program (HD 1-40)                                                                                                     
02 Surface Transportation Program                                                                                          
03 Surface Transportation Program (HD 1-  580,000,000     580,000,000                                                      
04  40)                                                                                                                    
05 Statewide Federal Programs        38,611,819    111,819  38,500,000                                                     
06  Commercial Vehicle       5,500,000                                                                                     
07   Enforcement Program (HD 1-                                                                                            
08   40)                                                                                                                   
09  Cooperative Reimbursable 15,000,000                                                                                    
10   Projects (HD 1-40)                                                                                                    
11  Federal Transit          10,000,000                                                                                    
12   Administration Grants (HD                                                                                             
13   1-40)                                                                                                                 
14  Highway Safety Grants    8,111,819                                                                                     
15   Program (HD 1-40)                                                                                                     
16                         * * * * *              * * * * *                                                                
17                    * * * * * University of Alaska * * * * *                                                             
18                         * * * * *              * * * * *                                                                
19 Deferred Maintenance, Renewal, and  5,000,000  5,000,000                                                                
20  Repair (HD 1-40)                                                                                                       
21                           * * * * *   * * * * *                                                                         
22                        * * * * * Judiciary * * * * *                                                                    
23                           * * * * *   * * * * *                                                                         
24 Deferred Maintenance, Renewal, Repair  2,525,400 2,525,400                                                              
25  and Equipment (HD 1-40)                                                                                                
26            (SECTION 2 OF THIS ACT BEGINS ON THE NEXT PAGE)                                                              
01 * Sec. 2. The following sets out the funding by agency for the appropriations made in sec. 1 of                         
02 this Act.                                                                                                               
03  Funding Source                                            Amount                                                       
04 Department of Administration                                                                                            
05  1017  Group Health and Life Benefits Fund 153,200                                                                      
06  1023  FICA Administration Fund Account 2,200                                                                           
07  1029  Public Employees Retirement Trust Fund 240,300                                                                   
08  1034  Teachers Retirement Trust Fund 97,200                                                                            
09  1042  Judicial Retirement System 800                                                                                   
10  1045  National Guard & Naval Militia Retirement System 6,300                                                           
11  1147  Public Building Fund 4,500,000                                                                                   
12  1243  Statutory Budget Reserve Fund 2,199,600                                                                          
13  *** Total Agency Funding *** 7,199,600                                                                                 
14 Department of Commerce, Community and Economic Development                                                              
15  1002  Federal Receipts 6,000,000                                                                                       
16  1200  Vehicle Rental Tax Receipts 1,650,000                                                                            
17  1206  Commercial Vessel Passenger Excise Tax 6,400,000                                                                 
18  1243  Statutory Budget Reserve Fund 4,485,000                                                                          
19  *** Total Agency Funding *** 18,535,000                                                                                
20 Department of Environmental Conservation                                                                                
21  1002  Federal Receipts 54,727,250                                                                                      
22  1052  Oil/Hazardous Release Prevention & Response Fund 250,000                                                         
23  1075  Alaska Clean Water Fund 587,700                                                                                  
24  1100  Alaska Drinking Water Fund 2,041,000                                                                             
25  1108  Statutory Designated Program Receipts 500,000                                                                    
26  1243  Statutory Budget Reserve Fund 12,080,000                                                                         
27  *** Total Agency Funding *** 70,185,950                                                                                
28 Department of Fish and Game                                                                                             
29  1002  Federal Receipts 2,250,000                                                                                       
30  1024  Fish and Game Fund 750,000                                                                                       
31  1109  Test Fisheries Receipts 1,000,000                                                                                
01  *** Total Agency Funding ***                             4,000,000                                                     
02 Office of the Governor                                                                                                  
03  1197  Alaska Capital Income Fund                        20,000,000                                                     
04  *** Total Agency Funding ***                            20,000,000                                                     
05 Department of Health and Social Services                                                                                
06  1002  Federal Receipts 6,865,693                                                                                       
07  1243  Statutory Budget Reserve Fund 1,262,855                                                                          
08  *** Total Agency Funding *** 8,128,548                                                                                 
09 Department of Military and Veterans Affairs                                                                             
10  1002  Federal Receipts 6,100,000                                                                                       
11  *** Total Agency Funding *** 6,100,000                                                                                 
12 Department of Natural Resources                                                                                         
13  1002  Federal Receipts 9,650,000                                                                                       
14  1018  Exxon Valdez Oil Spill Trust--Civil 19,018,930                                                                   
15  1108  Statutory Designated Program Receipts 400,000                                                                    
16  1195  Snow Machine Registration Receipts 250,000                                                                       
17  1243  Statutory Budget Reserve Fund 300,000                                                                            
18  *** Total Agency Funding *** 29,618,930                                                                                
19 Department of Public Safety                                                                                             
20  1002  Federal Receipts 1,200,000                                                                                       
21  *** Total Agency Funding *** 1,200,000                                                                                 
22 Department of Revenue                                                                                                   
23  1002  Federal Receipts 22,200,000                                                                                      
24  1105  Permanent Fund Corporation Gross Receipts 4,050,000                                                              
25  1139  Alaska Housing Finance Corporation Dividend 9,350,000                                                            
26  1180  Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse Treatment & Prevention Fund 1,500,000                                               
27  *** Total Agency Funding *** 37,100,000                                                                                
28 Department of Transportation and Public Facilities                                                                      
29  1002  Federal Receipts 1,078,000,000                                                                                   
30  1026  Highways Equipment Working Capital Fund 12,500,000                                                               
31  1027  International Airports Revenue Fund 22,000,000                                                                   
01  1082  AMHS Vessel Replacement Fund 22,000,000                                                                          
02  1108  Statutory Designated Program Receipts 10,000,000                                                                 
03  1243  Statutory Budget Reserve Fund 63,311,819                                                                         
04  *** Total Agency Funding *** 1,207,811,819                                                                             
05 University of Alaska                                                                                                    
06  1197  Alaska Capital Income Fund 5,000,000                                                                             
07  *** Total Agency Funding *** 5,000,000                                                                                 
08 Judiciary                                                                                                               
09  1243  Statutory Budget Reserve Fund 2,525,400                                                                          
10  *** Total Agency Funding ***                             2,525,400                                                     
11 * * * * * Total Budget * * * * *                       1,417,405,247                                                    
12            (SECTION 3 OF THIS ACT BEGINS ON THE NEXT PAGE)                                                              
01 * Sec. 3. The following sets out the statewide funding for the appropriations made in sec. 1 of                         
02 this Act.                                                                                                               
03  Funding Source                                            Amount                                                       
04 Unrestricted General                                                                                                    
05  1139  Alaska Housing Finance Corporation Dividend 9,350,000                                                            
06  1197  Alaska Capital Income Fund 25,000,000                                                                            
07  1243  Statutory Budget Reserve Fund 86,164,674                                                                         
08  *** Total Unrestricted General *** 120,514,674                                                                         
09 Designated General                                                                                                      
10  1052  Oil/Hazardous Release Prevention & Response Fund 250,000                                                         
11  1082  AMHS Vessel Replacement Fund 22,000,000                                                                          
12  1109  Test Fisheries Receipts 1,000,000                                                                                
13  1180  Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse Treatment & Prevention Fund 1,500,000                                               
14  1195  Snow Machine Registration Receipts 250,000                                                                       
15  1200  Vehicle Rental Tax Receipts 1,650,000                                                                            
16  *** Total Designated General *** 26,650,000                                                                            
17 Other Non-Duplicated                                                                                                    
18  1017  Group Health and Life Benefits Fund 153,200                                                                      
19  1018  Exxon Valdez Oil Spill Trust--Civil 19,018,930                                                                   
20  1023  FICA Administration Fund Account 2,200                                                                           
21  1024  Fish and Game Fund 750,000                                                                                       
22  1027  International Airports Revenue Fund 22,000,000                                                                   
23  1029  Public Employees Retirement Trust Fund 240,300                                                                   
24  1034  Teachers Retirement Trust Fund 97,200                                                                            
25  1042  Judicial Retirement System 800                                                                                   
26  1045  National Guard & Naval Militia Retirement System 6,300                                                           
27  1105  Permanent Fund Corporation Gross Receipts 4,050,000                                                              
28  1108  Statutory Designated Program Receipts 10,900,000                                                                 
29  1206  Commercial Vessel Passenger Excise Tax 6,400,000                                                                 
30  *** Total Other Non-Duplicated *** 63,618,930                                                                          
31 Federal Receipts                                                                                                        
01  1002  Federal Receipts 1,186,992,943                                                                                   
02  *** Total Federal Receipts *** 1,186,992,943                                                                           
03 Other Duplicated                                                                                                        
04  1026  Highways Equipment Working Capital Fund 12,500,000                                                               
05  1075  Alaska Clean Water Fund 587,700                                                                                  
06  1100  Alaska Drinking Water Fund 2,041,000                                                                             
07  1147  Public Building Fund 4,500,000                                                                                   
08  *** Total Other Duplicated *** 19,628,700                                                                              
09            (SECTION 4 OF THIS ACT BEGINS ON THE NEXT PAGE)                                                              
01    * Sec. 4. DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATION. The unexpended and unobligated                                               
02 balance, not to exceed $3,000,000, of the appropriation made in sec. 7, ch. 43, SLA 2010,                               
03 page 33, lines 4 - 7 (Department of Public Safety, Public Safety Academy driver training                                
04 facility, land acquisition and construction - $5,000,000) is reappropriated to the Department of                        
05 Administration for the Alaska land mobile radio system.                                                                 
06    * Sec. 5. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR AND WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT. The                                                         
07 unexpended and unobligated balance, estimated to be $213,155, of the appropriation made in                              
08 sec. 34(a), ch. 38, SLA 2015 (Department of Labor and Workforce Development, refreshment                                
09 of technology at the Alaska Vocational Technical Center) is reappropriated to the Department                            
10 of Labor and Workforce Development for deferred maintenance, renewal, repair, and                                       
11 equipment.                                                                                                              
12    * Sec. 6. FUND CAPITALIZATION. The sum of $20,000,000 is appropriated from the                                       
13 budget reserve fund (AS 37.05.540) to the oil and gas tax credit fund (AS 43.55.028) to pay                             
14 outstanding tax credit liabilities.                                                                                     
15    * Sec. 7. FEDERAL AND OTHER PROGRAM RECEIPTS. Federal receipts, designated                                           
16 program receipts under AS 37.05.146(b)(3), information services fund program receipts under                             
17 AS 44.21.045(b), Exxon Valdez oil spill trust receipts under AS 37.05.146(b)(4), receipts of                            
18 the Alaska Housing Finance Corporation, receipts of the Alaska marine highway system fund                               
19 under AS 19.65.060(a), receipts of the University of Alaska under AS 37.05.146(b)(2),                                   
20 receipts of commercial fisheries test fishing operations under AS 37.05.146(c)(21), and                                 
21 receipts of the Alaska Aerospace Corporation that are received during the fiscal year ending                            
22 June 30, 2018, and that exceed the amounts appropriated by this Act, are appropriated                                   
23 conditioned on compliance with the program review provisions of AS 37.07.080(h).                                        
24    * Sec. 8. INSURANCE CLAIMS. The amounts to be received in settlement of insurance                                    
25 claims for losses and the amounts to be received as recovery for losses are appropriated from                           
26 the general fund to the                                                                                                 
27            (1)  state insurance catastrophe reserve account (AS 37.05.289(a)); or                                       
28            (2)  appropriate state agency to mitigate the loss.                                                          
29    * Sec. 9. NATIONAL PETROLEUM RESERVE - ALASKA IMPACT GRANT                                                           
30 PROGRAM. The amount received by the National Petroleum Reserve - Alaska special                                         
31 revenue fund (AS 37.05.530(a)) under 42 U.S.C. 6506a(l) or former 42 U.S.C. 6508 by                                     
01 August 31, 2017, estimated to be $1,378,346, is appropriated from that fund to the                                      
02 Department of Commerce, Community, and Economic Development for capital project grants                                  
03 under the National Petroleum Reserve - Alaska impact grant program to the following                                     
04 municipalities in the amounts stated:                                                                                   
05  MUNICIPALITY PROJECT ALLOCATION                                                                                        
06  (1)  City of Barrow Local government operations $899,392                                                               
07  (2)  City of Wainwright Local government operations 222,123                                                            
08  (3)  City of Anaktuvuk Pass Local operations 256,831                                                                   
09    * Sec. 10. ALASKA HOUSING FINANCE CORPORATION. Section 23(c), ch. 1, SSSLA                                           
10 2017, is amended to read:                                                                                               
11 (c)  The amount set out in (a) of this section, less the amount retained under (b)                                      
12 of this section and less deductions for appropriations for operating and capital                                      
13 purposes, estimated to be $4,950,087 [$18,444,387], is appropriated from the Alaska                                 
14       Housing Finance Corporation to the general fund.                                                                  
15    * Sec. 11. DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATION. (a) The sum of $1,500,000 is                                                
16 appropriated from general fund program receipts to the Department of Administration,                                    
17 division of motor vehicles, for capital costs to implement P.L. 109-13, Division B (REAL ID                             
18 Act of 2005) and for the production of federally compliant drivers' licenses and identification                         
19 cards.                                                                                                                  
20 (b)  The unexpended and unobligated balance, estimated to be $55,000, of the                                            
21 appropriation made in sec. 2, ch. 3, 4SSLA 2016, page 48, lines 13 - 16 (SB 74 Medicaid                                 
22 reform; telemedicine; drug database, Department of Administration, centralized                                          
23 administrative services, office of the commissioner, 1004 gen fund - $834,600) is                                       
24 reappropriated to the Department of Administration to complete outstanding analytical work                              
25 on the feasibility of establishing a health care authority, to support additional analysis related                      
26 to a health care authority, to make progress on strategies to reduce or slow the growth of                              
27 health care costs, and for public outreach efforts related to a health care authority for the fiscal                    
28 year ending June 30, 2018.                                                                                              
29    * Sec. 12. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE, COMMUNITY, AND ECONOMIC                                                           
30 DEVELOPMENT. (a) The unexpended and unobligated balance, not to exceed $330,000, of                                     
31 the appropriation made in sec. 1, ch. 18, SLA 2014, page 50, lines 25 - 27 (Department of                               
01 Education and Early Development, state library, archives and museum facility construction                               
02 funding - $37,500,000) is reappropriated to the Department of Commerce, Community, and                                  
03 Economic Development, Alaska Energy Authority, for electrical emergencies.                                              
04 (b)  The unexpended and unobligated balance of the renewable energy grant fund                                          
05 (AS 42.45.045) as of June 30, 2017, not to exceed $3,156,000, is appropriated to the Alaska                             
06 Energy Authority for rural power systems upgrades for the purpose of matching each dollar                               
07 received in federal funds for rural power systems upgrades.                                                             
08    * Sec. 13. DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS. (a) The unexpended and unobligated                                             
09 balance, after the appropriation made in sec. 12(a) of this Act, not to exceed $1,850,000, of                           
10 the appropriation made in sec. 1, ch. 18, SLA 2014, page 50, lines 25 - 27 (Department of                               
11 Education and Early Development, state library, archives and museum facility construction                               
12 funding - $37,500,000) is reappropriated to the Department of Corrections for underground                               
13 storage tank upgrades.                                                                                                  
14 (b)  The unexpended and unobligated balance, after the appropriation made in (a) of                                     
15 this section and sec. 12(a) of this Act, not to exceed $740,000, of the appropriation made in                           
16 sec. 1, ch. 18, SLA 2014, page 50, lines 25 - 27 (Department of Education and Early                                     
17 Development, state library, archives and museum facility construction funding - $37,500,000)                            
18 is reappropriated to the Department of Corrections for deferred maintenance, renovation,                                
19 repair, and equipment.                                                                                                  
20    * Sec. 14. DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION AND EARLY DEVELOPMENT. (a) The                                                    
21 unexpended and unobligated general fund balances, estimated to be a total of $3,503,492, of                             
22 the following appropriations are reappropriated to the major maintenance grant fund                                     
23 (AS 14.11.007):                                                                                                         
24 (1)  sec. 13, ch. 29, SLA 2008, page 136, lines 13 - 14, and allocated on page                                          
25 136, lines 17 - 18, as amended by sec. 26(a) and (b), ch. 5, FSSLA 2011, and sec. 28(a), ch.                            
26 38, SLA 2015 (Department of Education and Early Development, school construction grant                                  
27 fund (AS 14.11.005), Marshall K-12 School replacement), estimated balance of $187,578;                                  
28 (2)  sec. 13, ch. 29, SLA 2008, page 136, lines 13 - 14, and allocated on page                                          
29 136, lines 19 - 21 (Department of Education and Early Development, school construction                                  
30 grant fund (AS 14.11.005), Chaptnguak K-12 renovation and addition, Chefornak -                                         
31 $44,182,623), estimated balance of $587,499;                                                                            
01 (3)  sec. 13, ch. 29, SLA 2008, page 136, lines 24 - 25, and allocated on page                                          
02 137, lines 8 - 10 (Department of Education and Early Development, major maintenance grant                               
03 fund (AS 14.11.007), Ignatius Beans K-12 School improvement, Mountain Village -                                         
04 $11,706,209), estimated balance of $216,395;                                                                            
05 (4)  sec. 13, ch. 29, SLA 2008, page 136, lines 24 - 25, and allocated on page                                          
06 137, lines 17 - 19, as amended by sec. 7(b), ch. 14, SLA 2009 (Department of Education and                              
07 Early Development, major maintenance grant fund (AS 14.11.007), Maudry J. Sommers K-12                                  
08 School major maintenance - $7,457,381), estimated balance of $186,435;                                                  
09 (5)  sec. 13, ch. 29, SLA 2008, page 136, lines 24 - 25, and allocated on page                                          
10 138, lines 12 - 13 (Department of Education and Early Development, major maintenance                                    
11 grant fund (AS 14.11.007), Tuluksak K-12 School power generation - $559,462), estimated                                 
12 balance of $27,974;                                                                                                     
13 (6)  sec. 61(c), ch. 29, SLA 2008 (Department of Education and Early                                                    
14 Development, projects in accordance with the Department of Education and Early                                          
15 Development's December 17, 2008, rankings), estimated balance of $924,737;                                              
16 (7)  sec. 10, ch. 5, FSSLA 2011, page 146, lines 27 - 28, and allocated on page                                         
17 147, lines 11 - 13 (Department of Education and Early Development, major maintenance                                    
18 grant fund (AS 14.11.007), Annette Island School District phone system replacement -                                    
19 $95,422), estimated balance of $7,879;                                                                                  
20 (8)  sec. 10, ch. 5, FSSLA 2011, page 146, lines 27 - 28, and allocated on page                                         
21 147, lines 21 - 23 (Department of Education and Early Development, major maintenance                                    
22 grant fund (AS 14.11.007), St. Mary's backup generators replacement - $1,133,912),                                      
23 estimated balance of $636,325;                                                                                          
24 (9)  sec. 1, ch. 17, SLA 2012, page 111, lines 19 - 20, and allocated on page                                           
25 111, lines 24 - 26 (Department of Education and Early Development, major maintenance                                    
26 grant fund (AS 14.11.007), Kaltag K-12 School mechanical and electrical upgrades -                                      
27 $853,165), estimated balance of $124,432;                                                                               
28 (10)  sec. 1, ch. 17, SLA 2012, page 111, lines 19 - 20, and allocated on page                                          
29 111, lines 29 - 31 (Department of Education and Early Development, major maintenance                                    
30 grant fund (AS 14.11.007), Metlakatla High School annex roof replacement - $41,345),                                    
31 estimated balance of $4,608;                                                                                            
01 (11)  sec. 1, ch. 17, SLA 2012, page 111, lines 19 - 20, and allocated on page                                          
02 112, lines 15 - 16 (Department of Education and Early Development, major maintenance                                    
03 grant fund (AS 14.11.007), Bristol Bay School voc ed wing renovation - $1,538,395),                                     
04 estimated balance of $58,620;                                                                                           
05 (12)  sec. 1, ch. 16, SLA 2013, page 61, lines 14 - 15, and allocated on page                                           
06 61, lines 20 - 22 (Department of Education and Early Development, major maintenance grant                               
07 fund (AS 14.11.007), Petersburg Elementary School exterior wall renovation - $2,152,775),                               
08 estimated balance of $24,295;                                                                                           
09 (13)  sec. 1, ch. 16, SLA 2013, page 61, lines 14 - 15, and allocated on page                                           
10 61, lines 23 - 25 (Department of Education and Early Development, major maintenance grant                               
11 fund (AS 14.11.007), Nenana K-12 School south ADA access improvements - $903,785),                                      
12 estimated balance of $200,983;                                                                                          
13 (14)  sec. 1, ch. 16, SLA 2013, page 61, lines 14 - 15, and allocated on page                                           
14 62, lines 12 - 14 (Department of Education and Early Development, major maintenance grant                               
15 fund (AS 14.11.007), Galena Interior Learning Academy composite building roof renovation -                              
16 $1,019,387), estimated balance of $182,633;                                                                             
17 (15)  sec. 1, ch. 16, SLA 2013, page 61, lines 14 - 15, and allocated on page                                           
18 62, lines 15 - 17 (Department of Education and Early Development, major maintenance grant                               
19 fund (AS 14.11.007), Nome-Beltz Jr/Sr High School HVAC control upgrades - $584,428),                                    
20 estimated balance of $19,371; and                                                                                       
21 (16)  sec. 28(a)(4), ch. 38, SLA 2015 (Department of Education and Early                                                
22 Development, Lower Kuskokwim School District, replacement of boilers at the Bethel                                      
23 campus - $2,636,146), estimated balance of $113,728.                                                                    
24 (b)  The unexpended and unobligated general fund balances, not to exceed $4,430,000                                     
25 of the total estimated balance of $47,000,000, of the following appropriations are                                      
26 reappropriated to the school construction grant fund (AS 14.11.005) for payment as a grant by                           
27 the Department of Education and Early Development under AS 14.11.015 to the Northwest                                   
28 Arctic Borough School District for the Kivalina K-12 replacement school:                                                
29 (1)  sec. 1, ch. 82, SLA 2006, page 107, line 12, and allocated on page 107,                                            
30 line 26, as amended by sec. 20(k), ch. 30, SLA 2007 (Department of Transportation and                                   
31 Public Facilities, transportation initiative, Juneau access - $35,842,600);                                             
01            (2)  sec. 1, ch. 16, SLA 2013, page 80, line 13 (Department of Transportation                                
02 and Public Facilities, economic development, Juneau access - $4,600,000);                                               
03            (3)  sec. 32(b), ch. 16, SLA 2013 (Department of Transportation and Public                                   
04 Facilities, Juneau access project); and                                                                                 
05            (4)  sec. 1, ch. 18, SLA 2014, page 63, line 4, and allocated on page 63, line 11                            
06 (Department of Transportation and Public Facilities, economic development, Juneau access -                              
07 $35,000,000).                                                                                                           
08       (c)  The unexpended and unobligated general fund balances, estimated to be a total of                             
09 $2,179,929, of the appropriations made in sec. 4, ch. 43, SLA 2010, page 12, lines 27 - 28,                             
10 and allocated on page 12, lines 29 - 30, as amended by sec. 27(e), ch. 2, 4SSLA 2016                                    
11 (Department of Military and Veterans' Affairs, deferred maintenance projects, armory                                    
12 facilities deferred maintenance - $8,408,000) and sec. 4, ch. 43, SLA 2010, page 12, lines 27 -                         
13 28, and allocated on page 12, lines 31 - 33 (Department of Military and Veterans' Affairs,                              
14 deferred maintenance projects, Army Guard facilities projects match funding - $892,000) are                             
15 reappropriated to the school construction grant fund (AS 14.11.005) for payment as a grant by                           
16 the Department of Education and Early Development under AS 14.11.015 to the Northwest                                   
17 Arctic Borough School District for the Kivalina K-12 replacement school.                                                
18 (d)  The unexpended and unobligated general fund balances, not to exceed $500,000                                       
19 of the total estimated balance of $5,000,000, of the appropriations made in sec. 1, ch. 82, SLA                         
20 2003, page 44, lines 31 - 32, and allocated on page 49, lines 24 - 26 (Department of                                    
21 Transportation and Public Facilities, surface transportation program, Knik Arm Crossing                                 
22 environmental impact statement - $33,600,000) and sec. 1, ch. 18, SLA 2014, page 63, line 4,                            
23 and allocated on page 63, lines 12 - 13 (Department of Transportation and Public Facilities,                            
24 economic development, Knik Arm bridge project development - $55,000,000) are                                            
25 reappropriated to the school construction grant fund (AS 14.11.005) for payment as a grant by                           
26 the Department of Education and Early Development under AS 14.11.015 to the Northwest                                   
27 Arctic Borough School District for the Kivalina K-12 replacement school.                                                
28 (e)  If the amount appropriated in sec. 1, ch. 38, SLA 2015, page 3, lines 25 - 26, and                                 
29 (b) - (d) of this section for the Kivalina K-12 replacement school is less than $50,475,822, the                        
30 amount necessary to appropriate $50,475,822 is appropriated from the budget reserve fund                                
31 (AS 37.05.540) to the school construction grant fund (AS 14.11.005) for payment as a grant                              
01 by the Department of Education and Early Development under AS 14.11.015 to the Northwest                                
02 Arctic Borough School District for the Kivalina K-12 replacement school.                                                
03    * Sec. 15. DEPARTMENT OF FISH AND GAME. The unexpended and unobligated                                               
04 balances, after the appropriations made in secs. 12(a) and 13 of this Act, as applicable, not to                        
05 exceed a total of $500,000, of the appropriations made in sec. 1, ch. 5, FSSLA 2011, page 2,                            
06 lines 13 - 14 (Department of Administration, classification system conversion - $500,000),                              
07 sec. 1, ch. 16, SLA 2013, page 2, lines 18 - 20 (Department of Administration, general                                  
08 services Douglas Island building year 2 of 2 - $9,000,000), and sec. 1, ch. 18, SLA 2014, page                          
09 50, lines 25 - 27 (Department of Education and Early Development, state library, archives and                           
10 museum facility construction funding - $37,500,000) are reappropriated to the Department of                             
11 Fish and Game for vessels and aircraft maintenance, repair, and upgrades.                                               
12    * Sec. 16. DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND SOCIAL SERVICES. (a) The unexpended                                              
13 and unobligated balances, after the appropriations made in secs. 12(a), 13, and 15 of this Act,                         
14 as applicable, not to exceed a total of $773,432, of the appropriations made in sec. 1, ch. 5,                          
15 FSSLA 2011, page 2, lines 13 - 14 (Department of Administration, classification system                                  
16 conversion - $500,000), sec. 1, ch. 16, SLA 2013, page 2, lines 18 - 20 (Department of                                  
17 Administration, general services Douglas Island building year 2 of 2 - $9,000,000), and sec. 1,                         
18 ch. 18, SLA 2014, page 50, lines 25 - 27 (Department of Education and Early Development,                                
19 state library, archives and museum facility construction funding - $37,500,000) are                                     
20 reappropriated to the Department of Health and Social Services for deferred maintenance,                                
21 renovation, repair, and equipment for Alaska Pioneers' Homes.                                                           
22 (b)  The unexpended and unobligated balances, after the appropriations made in (a) of                                   
23 this section and secs. 12(a), 13, and 15 of this Act, as applicable, not to exceed a total of                           
24 $382,143, of the appropriations made in sec. 1, ch. 5, FSSLA 2011, page 2, lines 13 - 14                                
25 (Department of Administration, classification system conversion - $500,000), sec. 1, ch. 16,                            
26 SLA 2013, page 2, lines 18 - 20 (Department of Administration, general services Douglas                                 
27 Island building year 2 of 2 - $9,000,000), and sec. 1, ch. 18, SLA 2014, page 50, lines 25 - 27                         
28 (Department of Education and Early Development, state library, archives and museum facility                             
29 construction funding - $37,500,000) are reappropriated to the Department of Health and                                  
30 Social Services for deferred maintenance, renovation, repair, and equipment for facilities of                           
31 the department other than Alaska Pioneers' Homes.                                                                       
01    * Sec. 17. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR AND WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT. The                                                        
02 unexpended and unobligated balances, after the appropriations made in secs. 12(a), 13, 15,                              
03 and 16 of this Act, as applicable, not to exceed a total of $550,000, of the appropriations made                        
04 in sec. 1, ch. 5, FSSLA 2011, page 2, lines 13 - 14 (Department of Administration,                                      
05 classification system conversion - $500,000), sec. 1, ch. 16, SLA 2013, page 2, lines 18 - 20                           
06 (Department of Administration, general services Douglas Island building year 2 of 2 -                                   
07 $9,000,000), and sec. 1, ch. 18, SLA 2014, page 50, lines 25 - 27 (Department of Education                              
08 and Early Development, state library, archives and museum facility construction funding -                               
09 $37,500,000) are reappropriated to the Department of Labor and Workforce Development for                                
10 deferred maintenance, renewal, repair, and equipment.                                                                   
11    * Sec. 18. DEPARTMENT OF MILITARY AND VETERANS' AFFAIRS. The proceeds                                                
12 from the sale of state-owned land in Fox, Alaska, that was intended for a veterans' cemetery in                         
13 Interior Alaska are appropriated to the Department of Military and Veterans' Affairs for land                           
14 purchase, planning, and construction for a veterans' cemetery in Interior Alaska.                                       
15    * Sec. 19. DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES. (a) The unexpended and                                                   
16 unobligated balance, after the appropriations made in secs. 12(a), 13, and 15 - 17 of this Act,                         
17 as applicable, not to exceed $150,000, of the appropriation made in sec. 1, ch. 18, SLA 2014,                           
18 page 50, lines 25 - 27 (Department of Education and Early Development, state library,                                   
19 archives and museum facility construction funding - $37,500,000) is reappropriated to the                               
20 Department of Natural Resources for the national recreation trails federal grant program.                               
21 (b)  The unexpended and unobligated general fund balances, estimated to be a total of                                   
22 $7,303,482, of the following appropriations are reappropriated to the Department of Natural                             
23 Resources for the Arctic strategic transportation and resources (ASTAR) project for the fiscal                          
24 years ending June 30, 2017, June 30, 2018, June 30, 2019, and June 30, 2020:                                            
25 (1)  sec. 13, ch. 29, SLA 2008, page 159, lines 28 - 29, as amended by sec.                                             
26 35(c), ch. 18, SLA 2014 (Department of Transportation and Public Facilities, Trunk Road,                                
27 phase 1), estimated balance of $2,905,729;                                                                              
28 (2)  sec. 7, ch. 43, SLA 2010, page 31, lines 26 - 28 (Department of Natural                                            
29 Resources, reservoir studies for North Slope and Cook Inlet - $3,500,000), not to exceed                                
30 $2,797,753 of the estimated balance of $3,297,753; and                                                                  
31 (3)  sec. 32(c), ch. 17, SLA 2012 (Alaska Railroad Corporation, Tanana River                                            
01 bridge access for military training grounds and river training), estimated balance of                                   
02 $1,600,000.                                                                                                             
03    * Sec. 20. DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE. The sum of $1,350,000 is appropriated from                                         
04 the budget reserve fund (AS 37.05.540) to the Department of Revenue, tax division, for the                              
05 reprogramming of the tax revenue management system and revenue online tax portal.                                       
06    * Sec. 21. DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION AND PUBLIC FACILITIES. (a) The                                               
07 unexpended and unobligated general fund balance, not to exceed $10,000,000 of the estimated                             
08 balance of $17,798,000, of the appropriation made in sec. 19, ch. 29, SLA 2008, page 186,                               
09 line 8, as amended by sec. 35(b), ch. 5, FSSLA 2011 (Department of Transportation and                                   
10 Public Facilities, transportation projects - $271,700,000) is reappropriated to the Department                          
11 of Transportation and Public Facilities for the Izembek Road project.                                                   
12 (b)  The unexpended and unobligated general fund balance, not to exceed $7,798,000                                      
13 of the estimated balance of $17,798,000, after the appropriation made in (a) of this section, of                        
14 the appropriation made in sec. 19, ch. 29, SLA 2008, page 186, line 8, as amended by sec.                               
15 35(b), ch. 5, FSSLA 2011 (Department of Transportation and Public Facilities, transportation                            
16 projects - $271,700,000) is reappropriated to the Department of Transportation and Public                               
17 Facilities for federal-aid highway match.                                                                               
18 (c)  The unexpended and unobligated balance, estimated to be $281,393, of the                                           
19 appropriation made in sec. 1, ch. 17, SLA 2012, page 135, lines 20 - 21, and allocated on page                          
20 135, lines 24 - 25 (Department of Transportation and Public Facilities, municipal harbor                                
21 facility grant fund (AS 29.60.800), Hydaburg, small boat harbor - $2,698,000) is                                        
22 reappropriated to the harbor facility grant fund (AS 29.60.800).                                                        
23 (d)  The unexpended and unobligated general fund balances, not to exceed                                                
24 $21,285,000 of the total estimated balance of $47,000,000, remaining after the appropriation                            
25 made in sec. 14(b) of this Act, of the following appropriations are reappropriated to the                               
26 Department of Transportation and Public Facilities for the Juneau access project:                                       
27 (1)  sec. 1, ch. 82, SLA 2006, page 107, line 12, and allocated on page 107,                                            
28 line 26, as amended by sec. 20(k), ch. 30, SLA 2007 (Department of Transportation and                                   
29 Public Facilities, transportation initiative, Juneau access - $35,842,600);                                             
30 (2)  sec. 1, ch. 16, SLA 2013, page 80, line 13 (Department of Transportation                                           
31 and Public Facilities, economic development, Juneau access - $4,600,000);                                               
01 (3)  sec. 32(b), ch. 16, SLA 2013 (Department of Transportation and Public                                              
02 Facilities, Juneau access project); and                                                                                 
03 (4)  sec. 1, ch. 18, SLA 2014, page 63, line 4, and allocated on page 63, line 11                                       
04 (Department of Transportation and Public Facilities, economic development, Juneau access -                              
05 $35,000,000).                                                                                                           
06 (e)  The unexpended and unobligated general fund balances, not to exceed                                                
07 $21,285,000 of the total estimated balance of $47,000,000, remaining after the appropriation                            
08 made in sec. 14(b) of this Act, of the appropriations listed in (d)(1) - (4) of this section are                        
09 reappropriated to the Department of Transportation and Public Facilities for enhancement of                             
10 transportation and infrastructure in the greater Lynn Canal area.                                                       
11 (f)  If the amount available for reappropriation under (d) and (e) of this section is less                              
12 than $42,570,000, then the reappropriations made in (d) and (e) of this section shall be                                
13 reduced in proportion to the amount of the shortfall.                                                                   
14 (g)  The unexpended and unobligated general fund balances, not to exceed $1,000,000                                     
15 of the total estimated balance of $5,000,000, remaining after the appropriation made in sec.                            
16 14(d) of this Act, of the appropriations made in sec. 1, ch. 82, SLA 2003, page 44, lines 31 -                          
17 32, and allocated on page 49, lines 24 - 26 (Department of Transportation and Public                                    
18 Facilities, surface transportation program, Knik Arm Crossing environmental impact                                      
19 statement - $33,600,000) and sec. 1, ch. 18, SLA 2014, page 63, line 4, and allocated on page                           
20 63, lines 12 - 13 (Department of Transportation and Public Facilities, economic development,                            
21 Knik Arm bridge project development - $55,000,000) are reappropriated to the Department of                              
22 Transportation and Public Facilities, Alaska marine highway system, for vessel overhaul,                                
23 annual certification, and shoreside facilities rehabilitation.                                                          
24 (h)  The unexpended and unobligated general fund balances, not to exceed $1,000,000                                     
25 of the total estimated balance of $5,000,000, remaining after the appropriation made in sec.                            
26 14(d) of this Act and (g) of this section, of the appropriations made in sec. 1, ch. 82, SLA                            
27 2003, page 44, lines 31 - 32, and allocated on page 49, lines 24 - 26 (Department of                                    
28 Transportation and Public Facilities, surface transportation program, Knik Arm Crossing                                 
29 environmental impact statement - $33,600,000) and sec. 1, ch. 18, SLA 2014, page 63, line 4,                            
30 and allocated on page 63, lines 12 - 13 (Department of Transportation and Public Facilities,                            
31 economic development, Knik Arm bridge project development - $55,000,000) are                                            
01 reappropriated to the Department of Transportation and Public Facilities for federal-aid                                
02 highway match.                                                                                                          
03 (i)  The unexpended and unobligated balance, estimated to be $481,530, of the                                           
04 appropriation made in sec. 10, ch. 29, SLA 2008, page 43, lines 27 - 30 (Anchorage, 120th                               
05 Avenue pedestrian and road safety upgrades, Oceanview Elementary - $600,000) is                                         
06 reappropriated to the Department of Transportation and Public Facilities, for federal-aid                               
07 highway match.                                                                                                          
08 (j)  The unexpended and unobligated general fund balances, estimated to be a total of                                   
09 $14,633,919, of the following appropriations are reappropriated to the Department of                                    
10 Transportation and Public Facilities, federal-aid highway match:                                                        
11 (1)  sec. 1, ch. 82, SLA 2003, page 36, lines 9 - 10 (Department of                                                     
12 Transportation and Public Facilities, community access roads - $5,000,000), estimated                                   
13 balance of $287,774;                                                                                                    
14 (2)  sec. 1, ch. 82, SLA 2006, page 86, lines 27 - 29 (Department of                                                    
15 Transportation and Public Facilities, Matanuska-Susitna area-wide advanced right of way                                 
16 acquisition - $2,000,000), estimated balance of $45,530;                                                                
17 (3)  sec. 5(c), ch. 10, SLA 2007, as amended by secs. 12(b) and 30(a) - (c), ch.                                        
18 38, SLA 2015 (Department of Health and Social Services, Fairbanks virology laboratory                                   
19 completion), estimated balance of $875,266;                                                                             
20 (4)  sec. 4, ch. 30, SLA 2007, page 99, lines 14 - 17 (Department of Natural                                            
21 Resources, oil and gas royalty settlement agreements reopener arbitration - $500,000),                                  
22 estimated balance of $406,063;                                                                                          
23 (5)  sec. 10, ch. 11, SLA 2008, page 57, lines 30 - 31 (Department of                                                   
24 Commerce, Community, and Economic Development, climate change impact mitigation                                         
25 program - $1,100,000), estimated balance of $31,374;                                                                    
26 (6)  sec. 7, ch. 29, SLA 2008, page 21, lines 11 - 13 (Anchorage, Goose Lake                                            
27 Park building and boathouse - $90,000), estimated balance of $33,046;                                                   
28 (7)  sec. 10, ch. 29, SLA 2008, page 69, lines 22 - 23, and allocated on page                                           
29 70, lines 7 - 9 (Department of Military and Veterans' Affairs, statewide facility deferred                              
30 maintenance, Camp Carroll, building upgrades for code compliance - $625,000), estimated                                 
31 balance of $101,743;                                                                                                    
01 (8)  sec. 10, ch. 29, SLA 2008, page 77, lines 7 - 10 (Department of                                                    
02 Transportation and Public Facilities, infrastructure and erosion control design and                                     
03 environmental permitting - $600,000), estimated balance of $57,004;                                                     
04 (9)  sec. 10, ch. 29, SLA 2008, page 79, lines 27 - 28, and allocated on page                                           
05 79, lines 29 - 30 (Department of Transportation and Public Facilities, facilities deferred                              
06 maintenance, exterior door repair or replacement - $490,000), estimated balance of $10,004;                             
07 (10)  sec. 10, ch. 29, SLA 2008, page 79, lines 27 - 28, and allocated on page                                          
08 79, lines 31 - 32 (Department of Transportation and Public Facilities, facilities deferred                              
09 maintenance, exterior siding repair and replacement - $1,952,000), estimated balance of                                 
10 $49,475;                                                                                                                
11 (11)  sec. 10, ch. 29, SLA 2008, page 79, lines 27 - 28, and allocated on page                                          
12 80, lines 11 - 14 (Department of Transportation and Public Facilities, facilities deferred                              
13 maintenance, upgrade and repair heating, ventilation, and air conditioning systems and                                  
14 utilities - $3,958,000), estimated balance of $15,040;                                                                  
15 (12)  sec. 13, ch. 29, SLA 2008, page 123, lines 27 - 29, as amended by sec.                                            
16 36(g), ch. 18, SLA 2014 (Fairbanks North Star Borough, road service area projects),                                     
17 estimated balance of $7,044;                                                                                            
18 (13)  sec. 13, ch. 29, SLA 2008, page 151, lines 27 - 28, as amended by sec.                                            
19 11(a), ch. 5, SLA 2012 (Department of Military and Veterans' Affairs, Anchorage Armory                                  
20 roof replacement and G-Wing preparation - $4,000,000), estimated balance of $382,643;                                   
21 (14)  sec. 13, ch. 29, SLA 2008, page 151, lines 29 - 30 (Department of                                                 
22 Military and Veterans' Affairs, Army Guard facilities projects - $1,500,000), estimated                                 
23 balance of $8,233;                                                                                                      
24 (15)  sec. 1, ch. 15, SLA 2009, page 16, lines 30 - 31 (Department of Military                                          
25 and Veterans' Affairs, Army Guard facilities projects - $2,500,000), estimated balance of                               
26 $35,695;                                                                                                                
27 (16)  sec. 1, ch. 43, SLA 2010, page 4, line 17, and allocated on page 4, lines                                         
28 22 - 26 (Department of Transportation and Public Facilities, regulatory compliance,                                     
29 revegetation of Anchor River and Deep Creek highway embankments, Clean Water Act,                                       
30 section 404 settlement - $800,000), estimated balance of $38,767;                                                       
31 (17)  sec. 7, ch. 43, SLA 2010, page 29, lines 13 - 14 (Department of Military                                          
01 and Veterans' Affairs, Army Guard facilities projects - $8,342,000), estimated balance of                               
02 $27,609;                                                                                                                
03            (18)  sec. 7, ch. 43, SLA 2010, page 29, lines 15 - 17 (Department of Military                               
04 and Veterans' Affairs, cold weather generation storage and maintenance - $50,000), estimated                            
05 balance of $27,082;                                                                                                     
06            (19)  sec. 7, ch. 43, SLA 2010, page 36, lines 17 - 18 (Department of                                        
07 Transportation and Public Facilities, Debarr Road school zone - $200,000), estimated balance                            
08 of $95,296;                                                                                                             
09            (20)  sec. 7, ch. 43, SLA 2010, page 36, lines 32 - 33, as amended by sec.                                   
10 38(c), ch. 16, SLA 2013 (Kenai Peninsula Borough, planning and research for the Nikiski                                 
11 area environmental investigation), estimated balance of $11,417;                                                        
12 (21)  sec. 10, ch. 43, SLA 2010, page 74, lines 5 - 7 (Anchorage, Klatt                                                 
13 Elementary School sound system purchase - $30,000), estimated balance of $10,677;                                       
14 (22)  sec. 10, ch. 43, SLA 2010, page 78, lines 4 - 8 (Anchorage, Northern                                              
15 Lights Boulevard bike pathway rehabilitation, Lake Otis Parkway to Seward Highway -                                     
16 $150,000), estimated balance of $56,490;                                                                                
17 (23)  sec. 10, ch. 43, SLA 2010, page 79, lines 3 - 5 (Anchorage, Nunaka                                                
18 Valley Park facility improvement plan - $50,000), estimated balance of $15,175;                                         
19 (24)  sec. 10, ch. 43, SLA 2010, page 85, lines 10 - 13 (Anchorage, Tyson                                               
20 Elementary School intercom/bell/clock system - $123,000), estimated balance of $37,564;                                 
21 (25)  sec. 10, ch. 43, SLA 2010, page 86, lines 20 - 23 (Anchorage, Wonder                                              
22 Park Elementary School interactive whiteboards - $99,250), estimated balance of $6,002;                                 
23 (26)  sec. 10, ch. 43, SLA 2010, page 90, lines 23 - 26 (Fairbanks North Star                                           
24 Borough, road service area improvements - $5,000,000), estimated balance of $65,282;                                    
25 (27)  sec. 10, ch. 43, SLA 2010, page 98, lines 18 - 20, as amended by sec.                                             
26 34(a), ch. 17, SLA 2012 (Matanuska-Susitna Borough, Knik River Road milepost 0 to                                       
27 milepost 11.2 reconstruction - $2,100,000), estimated balance of $12,319;                                               
28 (28)  sec. 10, ch. 43, SLA 2010, page 102, line 31, through page 103, line 3                                            
29 (North Slope Borough, fire station deferred maintenance and safety equipment - $342,500),                               
30 estimated balance of $12,295;                                                                                           
31 (29)  sec. 1, ch. 5, FSSLA 2011, page 5, lines 21 - 23 (Anchorage, 73rd                                                 
01 Avenue and 74th Avenue road water line extension - $1,300,000), estimated balance of                                    
02 $9,576;                                                                                                                 
03            (30)  sec. 1, ch. 5, FSSLA 2011, page 6, lines 28 - 30 (Anchorage, Aquarian                                  
04 Charter School lighting - $100,000), estimated balance of $13,233;                                                      
05            (31)  sec. 1, ch. 5, FSSLA 2011, page 12, lines 5 - 6 (Anchorage, Eagle River                                
06 Road upgrade - $2,800,000), estimated balance of $33,132;                                                               
07            (32)  sec. 1, ch. 5, FSSLA 2011, page 15, lines 6 - 8 (Anchorage, Homestead                                  
08 Elementary School improvements - $175,000), estimated balance of $15,285;                                               
09            (33)  sec. 1, ch. 5, FSSLA 2011, page 18, lines 27 - 29 (Anchorage, Nunaka                                   
10 Valley Elementary School improvements - $191,000), estimated balance of $18,317;                                        
11 (34)  sec. 1, ch. 5, FSSLA 2011, page 19, lines 19 - 23 (Anchorage, Pine Street                                         
12 and 4th Avenue area storm reconstruction - DeBarr Road to Boniface Parkway - $1,000,000),                               
13 estimated balance of $21,564;                                                                                           
14 (35)  sec. 1, ch. 5, FSSLA 2011, page 20, lines 3 - 6 (Anchorage, police                                                
15 department citizen's policy academy support - $56,150), estimated balance of $55,027;                                   
16 (36)  sec. 1, ch. 5, FSSLA 2011, page 20, lines 23 - 26 (Anchorage, Ptarmigan                                           
17 Elementary School technology upgrade - $180,000), estimated balance of $17,353;                                         
18 (37)  sec. 1, ch. 5, FSSLA 2011, page 21, lines 15 - 18 (Anchorage, Rogers                                              
19 Park Elementary Northern Lights Boulevard overpass safety upgrades - $100,000), estimated                               
20 balance of $73,202;                                                                                                     
21 (38)  sec. 1, ch. 5, FSSLA 2011, page 25, lines 8 - 11 (Anchorage, Tudor                                                
22 Elementary School fire alarm replacement - $175,000), estimated balance of $12,830;                                     
23 (39)  sec. 1, ch. 5, FSSLA 2011, page 32, lines 12 - 14 (Hoonah, Hoonah                                                 
24 marine industrial center phase III - $1,219,119), estimated balance of $7,441;                                          
25 (40)  sec. 1, ch. 5, FSSLA 2011, page 35, lines 21 - 23 (Kodiak Island                                                  
26 Borough, long term care facility planning and design - $1,275,000), estimated balance of                                
27 $248,521;                                                                                                               
28 (41)  sec. 1, ch. 5, FSSLA 2011, page 39, lines 24 - 26 (North Slope Borough,                                           
29 village clinic morgue additions - $2,000,000), estimated balance of $169,433;                                           
30 (42)  sec. 1, ch. 5, FSSLA 2011, page 52, lines 17 - 21 (Association of Village                                         
31 Council Presidents, Yuut Yaqungviat, LLC, Alaska rural aviation training program equipment                              
01 - $170,000), estimated balance of $79,170;                                                                              
02            (43)  sec. 1, ch. 5, FSSLA 2011, page 74, lines 19 - 22 (Yukon-Kuskokwim                                     
03 Health Corporation, Qungasvik youth sobriety project - $1,624,800), estimated balance of                                
04 $24,984;                                                                                                                
05            (44)  sec. 1, ch. 5, FSSLA 2011, page 85, lines 14 - 17 (Department of Health                                
06 and Social Services, international classification of diseases (ICD-10) implementation -                                 
07 $5,100,000), estimated balance of $9,731;                                                                               
08            (45)  sec. 1, ch. 5, FSSLA 2011, page 85, lines 25 - 27 (Department of Health                                
09 and Social Services, Medicaid management information system completion - $3,283,800),                                   
10 estimated balance of $57,091;                                                                                           
11 (46)  sec. 1, ch. 5, FSSLA 2011, page 88, lines 6 - 7, and allocated on page 88,                                        
12 lines 15 - 17 (Department of Military and Veterans' Affairs, Army Guard facilities projects,                            
13 Fort Richardson, Camp Denali fire sprinkler system design - $250,000), estimated balance of                             
14 $28,900;                                                                                                                
15 (47)  sec. 1, ch. 5, FSSLA 2011, page 89, lines 5 - 7, and allocated on page 89,                                        
16 lines 23 - 25 (Department of Military and Veterans' Affairs, Military and Veterans' Affairs                             
17 deferred maintenance projects, Fort Richardson, Camp Denali Armory deferred maintenance -                               
18 $1,048,800), estimated balance of $335,350;                                                                             
19 (48)  sec. 1, ch. 5, FSSLA 2011, page 89, lines 5 - 7, and allocated on page 90,                                        
20 lines 5 - 8 (Department of Military and Veterans' Affairs, Military and Veterans' Affairs                               
21 deferred maintenance projects, Military Youth Academy deferred maintenance, renewal, and                                
22 replacement - $3,000,000), estimated balance of $424,531;                                                               
23 (49)  sec. 1, ch. 5, FSSLA 2011, page 89, lines 5 - 7, and allocated on page 90,                                        
24 lines 11 - 12 (Department of Military and Veterans' Affairs, Military and Veterans' Affairs                             
25 deferred maintenance projects, Sitka Armory deferred maintenance - $475,000), estimated                                 
26 balance of $137,500;                                                                                                    
27 (50)  sec. 1, ch. 5, FSSLA 2011, page 89, lines 5 - 7, and allocated on page 90,                                        
28 lines 15 - 17 (Department of Military and Veterans' Affairs, Military and Veterans' Affairs                             
29 deferred maintenance projects, Wasilla, Alcantra Armory deferred maintenance - $2,162,000),                             
30 estimated balance of $193,587;                                                                                          
31 (51)  sec. 4, ch. 5, FSSLA 2011, page 135, lines 24 - 25, and allocated on page                                         
01 136, lines 7 - 9 (Department of Commerce, Community, and Economic Development, Alaska                                   
02 Energy Authority, ARCTEC energy projects, AEA, Girdwood and Sterling substation                                         
03 improvements - $2,000,000), estimated balance of $43,536;                                                               
04            (52)  sec. 7, ch. 5, FSSLA 2011, page 141, lines 21 - 22, as amended by sec.                                 
05 41(h), ch. 16, SLA 2013 (Hoonah, berthing facility), estimated balance of $91,934;                                      
06            (53)  sec. 41(a), ch. 5, FSSLA 2011 (Delta-Greely School District, school                                    
07 district wood chip heating system project), estimated balance of $76,731;                                               
08            (54)  sec. 4, ch. 5, SLA 2012, page 10, lines 16 - 18 (Cordova, hospital roof                                
09 emergency repairs and replacement - $2,000,000), estimated balance of $11,502;                                          
10 (55)  sec. 1, ch. 17, SLA 2012, page 5, lines 26 - 29, as amended by sec. 33(e),                                        
11 ch. 16, SLA 2013 (Fairbanks North Star Borough, Fairbanks North Star Borough School                                     
12 District, conversion of the school heating system to a natural gas heating system), estimated                           
13 balance of $8,478;                                                                                                      
14 (56)  sec. 1, ch. 17, SLA 2012, page 14, lines 20 - 23 (Anchorage, Lake Otis                                            
15 Parkway expansion, 15th Avenue to Northern Lights Boulevard - $2,500,000), estimated                                    
16 balance of $2,450,000;                                                                                                  
17 (57)  sec. 1, ch. 17, SLA 2012, page 14, lines 24 - 27 (Anchorage, Lake Otis                                            
18 Parkway pedestrian overpass study, Lake Otis Elementary - $100,000), estimated balance of                               
19 $55,131;                                                                                                                
20 (58)  sec. 1, ch. 17, SLA 2012, page 15, lines 20 - 24 (Anchorage, Northern                                             
21 Lights Boulevard pedestrian safety, Lois Drive West to Captain Cook Estates Circle -                                    
22 $920,000), estimated balance of $23,644;                                                                                
23 (59)  sec. 1, ch. 17, SLA 2012, page 28, lines 16 - 19 (Ketchikan Gateway                                               
24 Borough, South Tongass volunteer fire department emergency generator - $234,000),                                       
25 estimated balance of $43,717;                                                                                           
26 (60)  sec. 1, ch. 17, SLA 2012, page 31, lines 20 - 23 (Matanuska-Susitna                                               
27 Borough, Glacier View Elementary School gym floor upgrade - $75,000), estimated balance                                 
28 of $18,871;                                                                                                             
29 (61)  sec. 1, ch. 17, SLA 2012, page 38, lines 12 - 13 (Sitka, community                                                
30 hospital roof replacement - $1,200,000), estimated balance of $36,338;                                                  
31 (62)  sec. 1, ch. 17, SLA 2012, page 41, lines 5 - 7 (Wasilla, regional                                                 
01 transportation planning - $150,000), estimated balance of $66,599;                                                      
02 (63)  sec. 1, ch. 17, SLA 2012, page 113, lines 30 - 32, and allocated on page                                          
03 114, lines 7 - 9 (Department of Environmental Conservation, municipal water, sewage, and                                
04 solid waste facilities grants (AS 46.03.030), Hoonah, water transmission line replacement                               
05 phase 3 - $1,732,357), estimated balance of $350,116;                                                                   
06 (64)  sec. 1, ch. 17, SLA 2012, page 122, lines 19 - 21, and allocated on page                                          
07 122, lines 22 - 23 (Department of Military and Veterans' Affairs, deferred maintenance,                                 
08 renewal, repair and equipment, Alcantra Armory deferred maintenance - $320,000), estimated                              
09 balance of $10,000;                                                                                                     
10 (65)  sec. 1, ch. 17, SLA 2012, page 122, lines 19 - 21, and allocated on page                                          
11 122, lines 26 - 28 (Department of Military and Veterans' Affairs, deferred maintenance,                                 
12 renewal, repair and equipment, civil support team facility deferred maintenance - $560,000),                            
13 estimated balance of $208,795;                                                                                          
14 (66)  sec. 1, ch. 17, SLA 2012, page 122, lines 19 - 21, and allocated on page                                          
15 122, lines 31 - 32 (Department of Military and Veterans' Affairs, deferred maintenance,                                 
16 renewal, repair and equipment, Haines Armory deferred maintenance - $320,000), estimated                                
17 balance of $156,697;                                                                                                    
18 (67)  sec. 1, ch. 17, SLA 2012, page 122, lines 19 - 21, and allocated on page                                          
19 122, line 33, through page 123, line 5 (Department of Military and Veterans' Affairs, deferred                          
20 maintenance, renewal, repair and equipment, Joint Base Elmendorf Richardson facilities                                  
21 deferred maintenance - $5,128,000), estimated balance of $1,251,134;                                                    
22 (68)  sec. 1, ch. 17, SLA 2012, page 122, lines 19 - 21, and allocated on page                                          
23 123, lines 14 - 15 (Department of Military and Veterans' Affairs, deferred maintenance,                                 
24 renewal, repair and equipment, Valdez Armory deferred maintenance - $75,000), estimated                                 
25 balance of $37,500;                                                                                                     
26 (69)  sec. 1, ch. 17, SLA 2012, page 133, lines 23 - 24 (Department of                                                  
27 Transportation and Public Facilities, Umiat, airport survey and property plan - $250,000),                              
28 estimated balance of $32,020;                                                                                           
29 (70)  sec. 1, ch. 16, SLA 2013, page 19, lines 29 - 33 (Matanuska-Susitna                                               
30 Borough, Fronteras Charter School rural development application costs - $150,000), estimated                            
31 balance of $48,706;                                                                                                     
01            (71)  sec. 1, ch. 16, SLA 2013, page 22, lines 17 - 20 (Matanuska-Susitna                                    
02 Borough, warm storage fire station in the Crystal Lakes area - $350,000), estimated balance of                          
03 $10,755;                                                                                                                
04            (72)  sec. 1, ch. 16, SLA 2013, page 22, line 32, through page 23, line 4                                    
05 (Matanuska-Susitna Borough, Willow community center area improvements - $65,000),                                       
06 estimated balance of $5,792;                                                                                            
07            (73)  sec. 1, ch. 16, SLA 2013, page 24, lines 31 - 33 (Northwest Arctic                                     
08 Borough, Shungnak heavy equipment - $350,000), estimated balance of $25,972;                                            
09            (74)  sec. 1, ch. 16, SLA 2013, page 63, lines 24 - 26, and allocated on page                                
10 64, lines 16 - 17 (Department of Environmental Conservation, municipal water, sewage, and                               
11 solid waste facilities grants (AS 46.03.030), Unalaska, water treatment plant - $3,090,000),                            
12 estimated balance of $90,000;                                                                                           
13 (75)  sec. 1, ch. 16, SLA 2013, page 69, lines 23 - 24, and allocated on page                                           
14 69, lines 25 - 26 (Department of Military and Veterans' Affairs, Army Guard facilities                                  
15 projects, Alcantra, covered shelter buildings - $450,000), estimated balance of $450,000;                               
16 (76)  sec. 1, ch. 16, SLA 2013, page 69, lines 23 - 24, and allocated on page                                           
17 69, lines 29 - 31 (Department of Military and Veterans' Affairs, Army Guard facilities                                  
18 projects, Alcantra, road service connection and parking - $950,000), estimated balance of                               
19 $950,000;                                                                                                               
20 (77)  sec. 1, ch. 16, SLA 2013, page 69, lines 23 - 24, and allocated on page                                           
21 70, lines 11 - 14 (Department of Military and Veterans' Affairs, Army Guard facilities                                  
22 projects, Joint Base Richardson Elmendorf (JBER), parking lot replacement - $2,000,000),                                
23 estimated balance of $119,000;                                                                                          
24 (78)  sec. 1, ch. 16, SLA 2013, page 70, lines 15 - 17, and allocated on page                                           
25 70, lines 25 - 26 (Department of Military and Veterans' Affairs, deferred maintenance,                                  
26 renewal, repair and equipment, Kenai Armory deferred maintenance - $250,000), estimated                                 
27 balance of $125,000;                                                                                                    
28 (79)  sec. 1, ch. 16, SLA 2013, page 70, lines 15 - 17, and allocated on page                                           
29 70, lines 27 - 28 (Department of Military and Veterans' Affairs, deferred maintenance,                                  
30 renewal, repair and equipment, Kodiak Armory deferred maintenance - $600,000), estimated                                
31 balance of $300,000;                                                                                                    
01 (80)  sec. 1, ch. 16, SLA 2013, page 70, lines 15 - 17, and allocated on page                                           
02 70, lines 29 - 30 (Department of Military and Veterans' Affairs, deferred maintenance,                                  
03 renewal, repair and equipment, Kotzebue Armory deferred maintenance - $100,000),                                        
04 estimated balance of $80,000;                                                                                           
05 (81)  sec. 1, ch. 16, SLA 2013, page 70, lines 15 - 17, and allocated on page                                           
06 71, lines 4 - 6 (Department of Military and Veterans' Affairs, deferred maintenance, renewal,                           
07 repair and equipment, Southeast Armories deferred maintenance - $2,480,000), estimated                                  
08 balance of $287,263;                                                                                                    
09 (82)  sec. 1, ch. 16, SLA 2013, page 79, line 21, and allocated on page 79, lines                                       
10 29 - 33 (Department of Transportation and Public Facilities, regulatory compliance,                                     
11 Environmental Protection Agency mandated airport deicing conversion to potassium acetate -                              
12 $235,000), estimated balance of $21,727;                                                                                
13 (83)  sec. 33(j), ch. 16, SLA 2013 (Alaska Peace Officers Association, Inc.,                                            
14 Farthest North Chapter, construction and remodel of the existing building), estimated balance                           
15 of $75,000;                                                                                                             
16 (84)  sec. 1, ch. 18, SLA 2014, page 13, lines 6 - 8 (Kenai Peninsula Borough,                                          
17 Tall Tree Bridge rebuild and road upgrade - $380,000), estimated balance of $46,884;                                    
18 (85)  sec. 1, ch. 18, SLA 2014, page 20, lines 24 - 26 (Alaskan Marine Dealers                                          
19 Association, float plan/weather digital app - $25,000), estimated balance of $15,775;                                   
20 (86)  sec. 1, ch. 18, SLA 2014, page 21, lines 4 - 5 (Anchor Point Public                                               
21 Library, new library planning - $15,000), estimated balance of $15,000;                                                 
22 (87)  sec. 1, ch. 18, SLA 2014, page 37, lines 30 - 32 (Delta Sportsman's                                               
23 Association, Delta Sportsman's club building weatherization - $46,136), estimated balance of                            
24 $46,136;                                                                                                                
25 (88)  sec. 1, ch. 18, SLA 2014, page 44, lines 15 - 16 (Native Village of                                               
26 Napaskiak, loader - $233,935), estimated balance of $33,659;                                                            
27 (89)  sec. 1, ch. 18, SLA 2014, page 51, lines 21 - 22, and allocated on page                                           
28 51, lines 23 - 25 (Department of Environmental Conservation, municipal water, sewage, and                               
29 solid waste facilities grants (AS 46.03.030), Anchorage wastewater disinfection                                         
30 improvements - $4,120,000), estimated balance of $120,000;                                                              
31 (90)  sec. 1, ch. 18, SLA 2014, page 51, lines 21 - 22, and allocated on page                                           
01 51, lines 26 - 27 (Department of Environmental Conservation, municipal water, sewage, and                               
02 solid waste facilities grants (AS 46.03.030), Juneau water treatment improvements -                                     
03 $1,030,000), estimated balance of $17,605;                                                                              
04 (91)  sec. 1, ch. 18, SLA 2014, page 51, lines 21 - 22, and allocated on page                                           
05 52, lines 4 - 6 (Department of Environmental Conservation, municipal water, sewage, and                                 
06 solid waste facilities grants (AS 46.03.030), Sitka water and sewer improvements, Hollywood                             
07 Way and Archangel - $571,630), estimated balance of $11,088;                                                            
08 (92)  sec. 1, ch. 18, SLA 2014, page 51, lines 21 - 22, and allocated on page                                           
09 52, lines 10 - 12 (Department of Environmental Conservation, municipal water, sewage, and                               
10 solid waste facilities grants (AS 46.03.030), Sitka water and sewer improvements, Monastery                             
11 and Baranof - $789,705), estimated balance of $14,547;                                                                  
12 (93)  sec. 1, ch. 18, SLA 2014, page 56, line 3, and allocated on page 56, lines                                        
13 4 - 5 (Department of Military and Veterans' Affairs, armory facilities projects, Fairbanks                              
14 facilities projects - $750,000), estimated balance of $187,500;                                                         
15 (94)  sec. 1, ch. 18, SLA 2014, page 56, line 3, and allocated on page 56, lines                                        
16 6 - 8 (Department of Military and Veterans' Affairs, armory facilities projects, Joint Base                             
17 Elmendorf Richardson facilities projects - $2,350,000), estimated balance of $550,000;                                  
18 (95)  sec. 1, ch. 18, SLA 2014, page 56, lines 11 - 12, and allocated on page                                           
19 56, lines 17 - 19 (Department of Military and Veterans' Affairs, deferred maintenance,                                  
20 renewal, repair and equipment, Joint Base Elmendorf Richardson deferred maintenance -                                   
21 $6,469,200), estimated balance of $661,100; and                                                                         
22 (96)  sec. 1, ch. 18, SLA 2014, page 56, lines 11 - 12, and allocated on page                                           
23 56, lines 27 - 28 (Department of Military and Veterans' Affairs, deferred maintenance,                                  
24 renewal, repair and equipment, Kotzebue hangar deferred maintenance - $605,000), estimated                              
25 balance of $605,000.                                                                                                    
26 (k)  The unexpended and unobligated federal receipt balances, estimated to be a total                                   
27 of $675,600,000, of the following appropriations are reappropriated to the Department of                                
28 Transportation and Public Facilities for previously authorized federal-aid highway surface                              
29 transportation program projects:                                                                                        
30 (1)  sec. 19, ch. 79, SLA 1993, page 22, lines 36 - 37 (Department of                                                   
31 Transportation and Public Facilities, central region federal highway program - $130,381,800);                           
01            (2)  sec. 100, ch. 123, SLA 1996, page 59, line 29 (Department of                                            
02 Transportation and Public Facilities, surface transportation program - $199,092,900);                                   
03            (3)  sec. 131, ch. 139, SLA 1998, page 71, line 5 (Department of                                             
04 Transportation and Public Facilities, demonstration projects - $32,200,000);                                            
05            (4)  sec. 100, ch. 2, FSSLA 1999, page 63, lines 18 - 19, as amended by sec.                                 
06 50(a)(34), ch. 30, SLA 2007, and sec. 18(a)(20), ch. 14, SLA 2009 (Department of                                        
07 Transportation and Public Facilities, community transportation program (CTP));                                          
08            (5)  sec. 100, ch. 2, FSSLA 1999, page 69, lines 29 - 30, as amended by sec.                                 
09 18(a)(23), ch. 14, SLA 2009 (Department of Transportation and Public Facilities, national                               
10 highway system program (NHS) construction);                                                                             
11 (6)  sec. 1, ch. 135, SLA 2000, page 31, lines 16 - 17 (Department of                                                   
12 Transportation and Public Facilities, community transportation program (CTP) construction -                             
13 $247,703,777);                                                                                                          
14 (7)  sec. 1, ch. 61, SLA 2001, page 35, line 19, as amended by sec. 19(c), ch.                                          
15 11, SLA 2008 (Department of Transportation and Public Facilities, surface transportation                                
16 program - $485,506,482);                                                                                                
17 (8)  sec. 1, ch. 1, SSSLA 2002, page 57, lines 28 - 29 (Department of                                                   
18 Transportation and Public Facilities, surface transportation program - $444,116,000);                                   
19 (9)  sec. 1, ch. 82, SLA 2003, page 43, line 33, through page 44, line 4                                                
20 (Department of Transportation and Public Facilities, Anchorage metropolitan area                                        
21 transportation system (AMATS) projects - $54,624,000);                                                                  
22 (10)  sec. 1, ch. 82, SLA 2003, page 44, lines 31 - 32 (Department of                                                   
23 Transportation and Public Facilities, surface transportation program - $339,962,600);                                   
24 (11)  sec. 1, ch. 159, SLA 2004, page 40, lines 12 - 13, as amended by sec.                                             
25 15(b), ch. 6, SLA 2005, sec. 32(b), ch. 3, FSSLA 2005, sec. 19(b), ch. 11, SLA 2008, and                                
26 secs. 15(c) - (e), ch. 16, SLA 2013 (Department of Transportation and Public Facilities,                                
27 surface transportation program);                                                                                        
28 (12)  sec. 1, ch. 159, SLA 2004, page 48, line 14 (Department of                                                        
29 Transportation and Public Facilities, congressional earmarks - $415,229,100);                                           
30 (13)  sec. 1, ch. 3, FSSLA 2005, page 76, lines 18 - 19, as amended by sec.                                             
31 11(g), ch. 13, SLA 2006, and sec. 39(a), ch. 82, SLA 2006 (Department of Transportation and                             
01 Public Facilities, surface transportation program);                                                                     
02            (14)  sec. 1, ch. 3, FSSLA 2005, page 85, line 20, as amended by secs. 50(b)                                 
03 and (c), ch. 30, SLA 2007 (Department of Transportation and Public Facilities, congressional                            
04 earmarks - $69,469,600);                                                                                                
05            (15)  sec. 1, ch. 82, SLA 2006, page 94, lines 13 - 14, as amended by sec. 7(c),                             
06 ch. 10, SLA 2007, and sec. 66(d), ch. 29, SLA 2008 (Department of Transportation and                                    
07 Public Facilities, surface transportation program - $355,365,200);                                                      
08            (16)  sec. 1, ch. 82, SLA 2006, page 102, line 18 (Department of                                             
09 Transportation and Public Facilities, congressional earmarks - $441,288,750);                                           
10 (17)  sec. 4, ch. 30, SLA 2007, page 110, lines 15 - 16, as amended by sec.                                             
11 19(i), ch. 11, SLA 2008, and sec. 21(e), ch. 18, SLA 2014 (Department of Transportation and                             
12 Public Facilities, surface transportation program);                                                                     
13 (18)  sec. 13, ch. 29, SLA 2008, page 166, lines 24 - 25 (Department of                                                 
14 Transportation and Public Facilities, surface transportation program - $255,020,150);                                   
15 (19)  sec. 1, ch. 15, SLA 2009, page 29, lines 32 - 33 (Department of                                                   
16 Transportation and Public Facilities, surface transportation program - $359,730,000);                                   
17 (20)  sec. 7, ch. 43, SLA 2010, page 43, lines 25 - 26 (Department of                                                   
18 Transportation and Public Facilities, surface transportation program - $537,350,240);                                   
19 (21)  sec. 1, ch. 5, FSSLA 2011, page 109, lines 8 - 9 (Department of                                                   
20 Transportation and Public Facilities, surface transportation program - $482,635,000); and                               
21 (22)  sec. 1, ch. 17, SLA 2012, page 141, lines 21 - 22 (Department of                                                  
22 Transportation and Public Facilities, surface transportation program - $451,764,000).                                   
23 (l)  The unexpended and unobligated non-international airport federal receipt balances,                                 
24 estimated to be a total of $247,600,000, of the following appropriations are reappropriated to                          
25 the Department of Transportation and Public Facilities for previously authorized federal-aid                            
26 aviation rural airport improvement program projects:                                                                    
27 (1)  sec. 100, ch. 123, SLA 1996, page 65, line 33 (Department of                                                       
28 Transportation and Public Facilities, aviation program - $90,552,000);                                                  
29 (2)  sec. 131, ch. 139, SLA 1998, page 83, line 13, as amended by sec.                                                  
30 14(a)(17), ch. 14, SLA 2009 (Department of Transportation and Public Facilities, airport                                
31 improvement program);                                                                                                   
01            (3)  sec. 100, ch. 2, FSSLA 1999, page 57, line 15 (Department of                                            
02 Transportation and Public Facilities, airport improvement program - $172,931,263);                                      
03            (4)  sec. 1, ch. 61, SLA 2001, page 26, line 33 (Department of Transportation                                
04 and Public Facilities, airport improvement program - $344,555,732);                                                     
05            (5)  sec. 1, ch. 1, SSSLA 2002, page 49, line 30, as amended by sec. 29(i), ch.                              
06 159, SLA 2004 (Department of Transportation and Public Facilities, airport improvement                                  
07 program - $248,224,100);                                                                                                
08            (6)  sec. 1, ch. 82, SLA 2003, page 37, line 24 (Department of Transportation                                
09 and Public Facilities, airport improvement program - $331,877,778);                                                     
10 (7)  sec. 1, ch. 159, SLA 2004, page 35, line 22, as amended by sec. 15(a), ch.                                         
11 6, SLA 2005, and sec. 32(a), ch. 3, FSSLA 2005 (Department of Transportation and Public                                 
12 Facilities, airport improvement program - $265,391,788);                                                                
13 (8)  sec. 1, ch. 3, FSSLA 2005, page 69, line 11, as amended by sec. 11(c), ch.                                         
14 13, SLA 2006, and sec. 19(k), ch. 11, SLA 2008 (Department of Transportation and Public                                 
15 Facilities, airport improvement program - $488,630,111);                                                                
16 (9)  sec. 1, ch. 82, SLA 2006, page 88, line 32, as amended by sec. 7(a), ch. 10,                                       
17 SLA 2007, sec. 20(c), ch. 30, SLA 2007, and sec. 28(c), ch. 11, SLA 2008 (Department of                                 
18 Transportation and Public Facilities, airport improvement program);                                                     
19 (10)  sec. 4, ch. 30, SLA 2007, page 105, line 27, as amended by sec. 19(e), ch.                                        
20 11, SLA 2008, and sec. 16(c), ch. 38, SLA 2015 (Department of Transportation and Public                                 
21 Facilities, airport improvement program);                                                                               
22 (11)  sec. 13, ch. 29, SLA 2008, page 161, line 33, through page 162, line 3, as                                        
23 amended by sec. 21(f), ch. 18, SLA 2014 (Department of Transportation and Public Facilities,                            
24 airport improvement program);                                                                                           
25 (12)  sec. 1, ch. 15, SLA 2009, page 23, lines 9 - 10 (Department of                                                    
26 Transportation and Public Facilities, airport improvement program - $362,126,491);                                      
27 (13)  sec. 7, ch. 15, SLA 2009, page 51, lines 10 - 11 (Department of                                                   
28 Transportation and Public Facilities, airport improvement program - $9,500,000);                                        
29 (14)  sec. 10, ch. 15, SLA 2009, page 59, lines 17 - 18 (Department of                                                  
30 Transportation and Public Facilities, airport improvement program - $75,290,000);                                       
31 (15)  sec. 1, ch. 43, SLA 2010, page 4, lines 27 - 28 (Department of                                                    
01 Transportation and Public Facilities, airport improvement program - $18,957,500);                                       
02            (16)  sec. 7, ch. 43, SLA 2010, page 39, lines 13 - 14 (Department of                                        
03 Transportation and Public Facilities, airport improvement program - $267,940,500);                                      
04            (17)  sec. 1, ch. 5, FSSLA 2011, page 103, lines 7 - 8 (Department of                                        
05 Transportation and Public Facilities, airport improvement program - $339,509,799);                                      
06            (18)  sec. 13, ch. 5, FSSLA 2011, page 154, lines 21 - 22 (Department of                                     
07 Transportation and Public Facilities, airport improvement program - $18,250,000);                                       
08            (19)  sec. 1, ch. 17, SLA 2012, page 137, lines 27 - 28 (Department of                                       
09 Transportation and Public Facilities, airport improvement program - $227,038,158); and                                  
10 (20)  sec. 7, ch. 17, SLA 2012, page 167, lines 30 - 31 (Department of                                                  
11 Transportation and Public Facilities, airport improvement program - $12,900,000).                                       
12 (m)  The unexpended and unobligated general fund balances, estimated to be a total of                                   
13 $3,332,000, of the following appropriations are reappropriated to the Department of                                     
14 Transportation and Public Facilities for state match for previously authorized federal-aid                              
15 highway program projects:                                                                                               
16 (1)  sec. 100, ch. 123, SLA 1996, page 58, line 30, and allocated on page 58,                                           
17 lines 31 - 32, as amended by sec. 5(b), ch. 7, SLA 1998, sec. 50(a)(15), ch. 30, SLA 2007, and                          
18 sec. 14(a)(11), ch. 14, SLA 2009 (Department of Transportation and Public Facilities,                                   
19 statewide programs, state match for federal-aid highways projects);                                                     
20 (2)  sec. 53(c), ch. 2, FSSLA 1999, as amended by sec. 18(a)(1), ch. 14, SLA                                            
21 2009 (Department of Transportation and Public Facilities, state matching funds for federal                              
22 aid-highway projects);                                                                                                  
23 (3)  sec. 100, ch. 2, FSSLA 1999, page 63, lines 18 - 19, and allocated on page                                         
24 63, line 20, as amended by sec. 50(a)(34), ch. 30, SLA 2007, and sec. 18(a)(20), ch. 14, SLA                            
25 2009 (Department of Transportation and Public Facilities, community transportation program                              
26 (CTP), CTP state match);                                                                                                
27 (4)  sec. 100, ch. 2, FSSLA 1999, page 69, lines 29 - 30, and allocated on page                                         
28 69, lines 31 - 32, as amended by sec. 18(a)(23), ch. 14, SLA 2009 (Department of                                        
29 Transportation and Public Facilities, national highway system program (NHS) construction,                               
30 national highway system (NHS) state match);                                                                             
31 (5)  sec. 100, ch. 2, FSSLA 1999, page 76, lines 10 - 11, and allocated on page                                         
01 76, line 12 (Department of Transportation and Public Facilities, trails and recreational access                         
02 for Alaska (TRAAK), TRAAK state match - $2,002,449);                                                                    
03            (6)  sec. 1, ch. 135, SLA 2000, page 29, lines 23 - 25, and allocated on page                                
04 29, line 26 (Department of Transportation and Public Facilities, Anchorage metropolitan area                            
05 transportation study (AMATS) projects, AMATS state match - $3,212,067);                                                 
06            (7)  sec. 1, ch. 135, SLA 2000, page 31, lines 16 - 17, and allocated on page                                
07 31, line 18 (Department of Transportation and Public Facilities, community transportation                               
08 program (CTP) construction, CTP state match - $25,134,777);                                                             
09            (8)  sec. 1, ch. 135, SLA 2000, page 36, line 33, and allocated on page 37, lines                            
10 3 - 4 (Department of Transportation and Public Facilities, marine transportation projects,                              
11 marine transportation state match - $6,880,036);                                                                        
12 (9)  sec. 1, ch. 135, SLA 2000, page 42, lines 4 - 5, and allocated on page 42,                                         
13 line 6 (Department of Transportation and Public Facilities, trails and recreational access for                          
14 Alaska (TRAAK) construction, TRAAK state match - $1,112,213);                                                           
15 (10)  sec. 1, ch. 61, SLA 2001, page 26, line 14, and allocated on page 26, lines                                       
16 24 - 25 (Department of Transportation and Public Facilities, statewide federal programs,                                
17 federal-aid highway state match - $41,000,000);                                                                         
18 (11)  sec. 1, ch. 1, SSSLA 2002, page 49, line 11, and allocated on page 49,                                            
19 lines 19 - 20, as amended by sec. 27(b), ch. 17, SLA 2012 (Department of Transportation and                             
20 Public Facilities, statewide federal programs, federal-aid highway state match);                                        
21 (12)  sec. 1, ch. 82, SLA 2003, page 36, line 27, and allocated on page 37, lines                                       
22 11 - 12 (Department of Transportation and Public Facilities, statewide federal programs,                                
23 federal-aid highway state match - $35,949,500);                                                                         
24 (13)  sec. 15(a), ch. 82, SLA 2003 (Department of Transportation and Public                                             
25 Facilities, federal-aid highway program state match);                                                                   
26 (14)  sec. 56(b), ch. 82, SLA 2003 (Department of Transportation and Public                                             
27 Facilities, federal-aid highway program state match);                                                                   
28 (15)  sec. 4, ch. 30, SLA 2007, page 104, line 26, and allocated on page 105,                                           
29 lines 17 - 18 (Department of Transportation and Public Facilities, statewide federal programs,                          
30 federal-aid highway state match - $40,000,000);                                                                         
31 (16)  sec. 13, ch. 29, SLA 2008, page 161, line 3, and allocated on page 161,                                           
01 lines 25 - 26 (Department of Transportation and Public Facilities, statewide federal programs,                          
02 federal-aid highway state match - $40,600,000);                                                                         
03            (17)  sec. 7, ch. 43, SLA 2010, page 38, line 21, and allocated on page 39, lines                            
04 5 - 6 (Department of Transportation and Public Facilities, statewide federal programs, federal-                         
05 aid highway state match - $41,100,000); and                                                                             
06            (18)  sec. 1, ch. 17, SLA 2012, page 141, lines 21 - 22, and allocated on page                               
07 141, lines 23 - 24 (Department of Transportation and Public Facilities, surface transportation                          
08 program, federal-aid highway state match - $47,200,000).                                                                
09       (n)  The unexpended and unobligated general fund balances, estimated to be a total of                             
10 $1,199,000, of the following appropriations are reappropriated to the Department of                                     
11 Transportation and Public Facilities for state match for previously authorized federal-aid                              
12 aviation program projects:                                                                                              
13 (1)  sec. 100, ch. 123, SLA 1996, page 58, line 30, and allocated on page 59,                                           
14 lines 4 - 5, as amended by sec. 50(a)(16), ch. 30, SLA 2007, and sec. 14(a)(12), ch. 14, SLA                            
15 2009 (Department of Transportation and Public Facilities, statewide programs, state match for                           
16 federal-aid aviation projects);                                                                                         
17 (2)  sec. 100, ch. 2, FSSLA 1999, page 57, line 15, and allocated on page 57,                                           
18 lines 16 - 17 (Department of Transportation and Public Facilities, airport improvement                                  
19 program, airport improvement program state match - $5,000,000);                                                         
20 (3)  sec. 1, ch. 61, SLA 2001, page 26, line 14, and allocated on page 26, lines                                        
21 19 - 20 (Department of Transportation and Public Facilities, statewide federal programs,                                
22 federal-aid aviation state match - $7,587,400);                                                                         
23 (4)  sec. 1, ch. 82, SLA 2003, page 36, line 27, and allocated on page 37, lines                                        
24 9 - 10 (Department of Transportation and Public Facilities, statewide federal programs,                                 
25 federal-aid aviation state match - $8,070,000);                                                                         
26 (5)  sec. 1, ch. 82, SLA 2006, page 87, line 25, and allocated on page 88, lines                                        
27 11 - 12 (Department of Transportation and Public Facilities, statewide federal programs,                                
28 federal-aid aviation state match - $16,000,000);                                                                        
29 (6)  sec. 4, ch. 30, SLA 2007, page 104, line 26, and allocated on page 105,                                            
30 lines 15 - 16 (Department of Transportation and Public Facilities, statewide federal programs,                          
31 federal-aid aviation state match - $15,000,000);                                                                        
01            (7)  sec. 13, ch. 29, SLA 2008, page 161, line 3, and allocated on page 161,                                 
02 lines 23 - 24 (Department of Transportation and Public Facilities, statewide federal programs,                          
03 federal-aid aviation state match - $9,200,000);                                                                         
04            (8)  sec. 1, ch. 15, SLA 2009, page 22, line 17, and allocated on page 22, lines                             
05 30 - 31 (Department of Transportation and Public Facilities, statewide federal programs,                                
06 federal-aid aviation state match - $6,320,000);                                                                         
07            (9)  sec. 7, ch. 43, SLA 2010, page 38, line 21, and allocated on page 39, lines                             
08 3 - 4 (Department of Transportation and Public Facilities, statewide federal programs, federal-                         
09 aid aviation state match - $8,600,000);                                                                                 
10 (10)  sec. 1, ch. 5, FSSLA 2011, page 102, line 13, and allocated on page 102,                                          
11 lines 26 - 27 (Department of Transportation and Public Facilities, statewide federal programs,                          
12 federal-aid aviation state match - $11,900,000); and                                                                    
13 (11)  sec. 1, ch. 17, SLA 2012, page 137, lines 27 - 28, and allocated on page                                          
14 137, lines 29 - 30 (Department of Transportation and Public Facilities, airport improvement                             
15 program, federal-aid aviation state match - $11,700,000).                                                               
16 (o)  It is the intent of the legislature that the Department of Transportation and Public                               
17 Facilities use the appropriations made in (k) - (n) of this section to reprogram funding on                             
18 previously authorized federal projects in order to clean up and lapse those older                                       
19 appropriations.                                                                                                         
20 (p)  An amount equal to one percent of the appropriations made in sec. 37(a), ch. 43,                                   
21 SLA 2010 (Department of Transportation and Public Facilities, construction of an Alaska                                 
22 marine highway Alaska class ferry - $60,000,000) and sec. 1, ch. 17, SLA 2012, page 132,                                
23 lines 9 - 11 (Department of Transportation and Public Facilities, Alaska marine highway                                 
24 system, Alaska class ferry - $60,000,000), estimated to be $1,200,000, that was required                                
25 under AS 35.27.020 to be deposited in the art in public places fund (AS 44.27.060) is                                   
26 appropriated from the art in public places fund (AS 44.27.060) to the Department of                                     
27 Transportation and Public Facilities for purchase of equipment for the Alaska class ferries.                            
28 (q)  If the amount appropriated in sec. 1 of this Act and (b) and (h) - (j) of this section                             
29 for federal-aid highway match is less than $58,000,000, the amount necessary to appropriate                             
30 $58,000,000 to federal-aid highway match, estimated to be $0, is appropriated from the                                  
31 budget reserve fund (AS 37.05.540) to the Department of Transportation and Public Facilities                            
01 for federal-aid highway match.                                                                                          
02    * Sec. 22. FUND TRANSFER. (a) The balance of the large passenger vessel gaming and                                   
03 gambling tax account (AS 43.35.220) as of June 30, 2018, estimated to be $8,100,000, is                                 
04 appropriated to the Alaska capital income fund (AS 37.05.565).                                                          
05 (b)  The sum of $8,000,000 is appropriated from the budget reserve fund                                                 
06 (AS 37.05.540) to the community assistance fund (AS 29.60.850) to be added to the amount                                
07 to be distributed under AS 29.60.850(c), before the distribution under AS 29.60.855, for a                              
08 total distribution of $38,000,000 for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2018.                                             
09    * Sec. 23. HOUSE DISTRICTS 1 - 40. The sum of $37,500 is appropriated from the budget                                
10 reserve fund (AS 37.05.540) to the Department of Commerce, Community, and Economic                                      
11 Development for payment as a grant under AS 37.05.316 to Arctic Winter Games Team                                       
12 Alaska for team participation in the 2018 Arctic Winter Games.                                                          
13    * Sec. 24. HOUSE DISTRICTS 33 - 36. The unexpended and unobligated balance,                                          
14 estimated to be $134,865, of the appropriation made in sec. 35(b), ch. 38, SLA 2015 (Inter-                             
15 Island Ferry Authority, northern route service) is reappropriated to the Department of                                  
16 Commerce, Community, and Economic Development for payment as a grant under                                              
17 AS 37.05.316 to the Inter-Island Ferry Authority for service between Ketchikan and Prince of                            
18 Wales Island.                                                                                                           
19    * Sec. 25. OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR. (a) Section 16(d), ch. 16, SLA 2013, is                                           
20 amended to read:                                                                                                        
21 (d)  The unexpended and unobligated balances, estimated to be a total of                                                
22 $738,000, of the appropriations made in sec. 1, ch. 15, SLA 2012, page 16, line 16                                      
23 (Office of the Governor, commissions/special offices - $2,547,800), sec. 1, ch. 15,                                     
24 SLA 2012, page 16, line 18 (Office of the Governor, executive operations -                                              
25 $18,757,600), sec. 1, ch. 15, SLA 2012, page 16, lines 29 - 30 (Office of the                                           
26 Governor, Office of the Governor state facilities rent - $1,221,800), and sec. 1, ch. 15,                               
27 SLA 2012, page 17, lines 3 - 4 (Office of the Governor, office of management and                                        
28 budget - $2,751,100), and the unexpended and unobligated balance, after the                                             
29 appropriation made in (b) of this section, estimated to be $75,000, of the appropriation                                
30 made in sec. 1, ch. 15, SLA 2012, page 17, line 12, and allocated on page 17, line 13                                   
31 (Office of the Governor, elections, elections - $7,855,900) are reappropriated to the                                   
01 Office of the Governor for facilities repairs and maintenance, security, [AND]                                          
02 computer systems improvements, and state government efficiency efforts, and to                                        
03 pursue economic development opportunities for consideration at the state and                                          
04       federal levels.                                                                                                 
05       (b)  Section 46, ch. 18, SLA 2014, is amended to read:                                                            
06 Sec. 46. OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR. The unexpended and unobligated                                                         
07 general fund balances, estimated to be a total of $2,000,000, of the appropriations                                     
08 made in sec. 1, ch. 14, SLA 2013, page 17, line 9 (Office of the Governor,                                              
09 commissions/special offices - $2,585,600), sec. 1, ch. 14, SLA 2013, page 17, line 11                                   
10 (Office of the Governor, executive operations - $19,214,100), sec. 1, ch. 14, SLA                                       
11 2013, page 17, lines 22 - 23 (Office of the Governor, Office of the Governor state                                      
12 facilities rent - $1,221,800), sec. 1, ch. 14, SLA 2013, page 17, line 27 (Office of the                                
13 Governor, office of management and budget - $2,902,100), and sec. 1, ch. 14, SLA                                        
14 2013, page 17, line 30 (Office of the Governor, elections - $4,289,000) are                                             
15 reappropriated to the Office of the Governor for costs associated with the capitol                                      
16 remodel project, information technology, [AND] security improvements, and state                                       
17 government efficiency efforts, and to pursue economic development opportunities                                       
18       for consideration at the state and federal levels.                                                              
19       (c)  Section 29, ch. 2, 4SSLA 2016, is amended to read:                                                           
20 Sec. 29. OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR. The unexpended and unobligated                                                         
21 general fund balances, estimated to be a total of $850,000, of the following                                            
22 appropriations are reappropriated to the Office of the Governor to advance state                                        
23 government efficiency efforts and to evaluate the current structure and focus of the                                    
24 Alaska Housing Finance Corporation, the Alaska Energy Authority, and the Alaska                                         
25 Industrial Development and Export Authority for the fiscal years ending June 30,                                        
26       2017, [AND] June 30, 2018, and June 30, 2019:                                                                   
27 (1)  sec. 1, ch. 23, SLA 2015, page 17, line 32 (Office of the Governor,                                                
28       commissions/special offices - $808,700);                                                                          
29 (2)  sec. 1, ch. 23, SLA 2015, page 18, line 3 (Office of the Governor,                                                 
30       executive operations - $3,795,200);                                                                               
31 (3)  sec. 1, ch. 23, SLA 2015, page 18, lines 8 - 9 (Office of the                                                      
01       Governor, Office of the Governor state facilities rent - $306,900);                                               
02                 (4)  sec. 1, ch. 23, SLA 2015, page 18, line 13 (Office of the Governor,                                
03       office of management and budget - $706,100);                                                                      
04                 (5)  sec. 1, ch. 23, SLA 2015, page 18, line 16 (Office of the Governor,                                
05       elections - $1,471,300);                                                                                          
06                 (6)  sec. 1, ch. 1, SSSLA 2015, page 10, line 21 (Office of the                                         
07       Governor, commissions/special offices - $1,609,000);                                                              
08                 (7)  sec. 1, ch. 1, SSSLA 2015, page 10, line 23 (Office of the                                         
09       Governor, executive operations - $10,016,700);                                                                    
10 (8)  sec. 1, ch. 1, SSSLA 2015, page 10, lines 28 - 29 (Office of the                                                   
11       Governor, Office of the Governor state facilities rent - $809,900);                                               
12 (9)  sec. 1, ch. 1, SSSLA 2015, page 10, line 33 (Office of the                                                         
13       Governor, office of management and budget - $1,863,700); and                                                      
14 (10)  sec. 1, ch. 1, SSSLA 2015, page 11, line 5 (Office of the                                                         
15       Governor, elections - $2,489,600).                                                                                
16 (d)  The unexpended and unobligated general fund balances, estimated to be a total of                                   
17 $950,000, of the appropriations made in sec. 1, ch. 3, 4SSLA 2016, page 18, line 25 (Office of                          
18 the Governor, commissions/special offices - $2,386,600), sec. 1, ch. 3, 4SSLA 2016, page 18,                            
19 line 27 (Office of the Governor, executive operations - $13,698,400), sec. 1, ch. 3, 4SSLA                              
20 2016, page 18, lines 32 - 33 (Office of the Governor, Office of the Governor state facilities                           
21 rent - $1,086,800), sec. 1, ch. 3, 4SSLA 2016, page 19, line 6 (Office of the Governor, office                          
22 of management and budget - $2,528,700), and sec. 1, ch. 3, 4SSLA 2016, page 19, line 12                                 
23 (Office of the Governor, elections - $4,212,900) are reappropriated to the Office of the                                
24 Governor for costs associated with state government efficiency efforts and to pursue                                    
25 economic development opportunities for consideration at the state and federal levels for the                            
26 fiscal years ending June 30, 2018, and June 30, 2019.                                                                   
27    * Sec. 26. REAPPROPRIATION OF LEGISLATIVE APPROPRIATIONS. The                                                        
28 unexpended and unobligated general fund balances, estimated to be a total of $6,465,000, of                             
29 the following appropriations are reappropriated to the Alaska Legislature, Legislative                                  
30 Council, council and subcommittees, for legislative renovations, projects, and technology                               
31 improvements:                                                                                                           
01            (1)  sec. 1, ch. 3, 4SSLA 2016, page 45, line 10 (Alaska Legislature, Budget                                 
02 and Audit Committee - $14,867,600), estimated balance of $3,120,000;                                                    
03            (2)  sec. 1, ch. 3, 4SSLA 2016, page 45, line 14 (Alaska Legislature,                                        
04 Legislative Council - $25,333,800), estimated balance of $380,000;                                                      
05            (3)  sec. 1, ch. 3, 4SSLA 2016, page 45, line 26 (Alaska Legislature,                                        
06 information and teleconference - $3,106,100), estimated balance of $55,000;                                             
07            (4)  sec. 1, ch. 3, 4SSLA 2016, page 45, line 29 (Alaska Legislature, legislative                            
08 operating budget - $21,396,800), estimated balance of $2,910,000; and                                                   
09            (5)  sec. 1, ch. 3, 4SSLA 2016, page 46, lines 3 - 4 (Alaska Legislature,                                    
10 legislature state facilities rent Anchorage 716 W 4th - $844,900), estimated balance of $0.                             
11    * Sec. 27. LAPSE. (a) The appropriations made in secs. 4, 5, 8(2), 9, 11(a), 12, 13, 14(b) -                         
12 (e), 15 - 18, 19(a), 20, 21(a), (b), (d), (e), (g) - (n), (p), and (q), and 26 of this Act are for                      
13 capital projects and lapse under AS 37.25.020.                                                                          
14 (b)  The appropriations made in secs. 6, 8(1), 14(a), 21(c), and 22 of this Act are for                                 
15 the capitalization of funds and do not lapse.                                                                           
16 (c)  A grant awarded in this Act to a named recipient under AS 37.05.316 is for a                                       
17 capital project and lapses under AS 37.05.316 unless designated for a specific fiscal year.                             
18    * Sec. 28. RETROACTIVITY. (a) Sections 4 - 6, 11(b), 12 - 17, 19, 21(a) - (o), and 24 - 27                           
19 of this Act are retroactive to June 30, 2017.                                                                           
20 (b)  Sections 1 - 3, 7 - 10, 11(a), 18, 20, 21(p) and (q), 22, 23, and 29 of this Act are                               
21 retroactive to July 1, 2017.                                                                                            
22    * Sec. 29. CONTINGENCIES. (a) The appropriation made in sec. 20 of this Act is                                       
23 contingent on passage by the Thirtieth Alaska State Legislature and enactment into law of a                             
24 bill amending the oil and gas production tax, tax credits, and administration of tax credits.                           
25 (b)  The appropriation made in sec. 23 of this Act is contingent on the raising of                                      
26 $450,000 by Arctic Winter Games Team Alaska for team participation in the 2018 Arctic                                   
27 Winter Games.                                                                                                           
28    * Sec. 30. This Act takes effect immediately under AS 01.10.070(c).                                                  
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