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2006 Ballot Propositions

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PROPOSITION 1 - AREAWIDE HOMELAND SECURITY AND PUBLIC SAFETY CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT BOND

Shall Anchorage borrow up to $12,880,000 through the issuance of general obliga­tion bonds to pay the costs of public safety upgrades, including acquisition of ambulances, areawide communication upgrades and related capital improve­ments, and increase the municipal tax cap by an amount not to exceed $625,000? The proposed capital improvements would be located within Anchorage.

Voter approval of this bond proposition authorizes for each $100,000 of assessed taxable property value (based on the estimated total 2006 areawide assessed valuation in Anchorage) (i) an annual increase in taxes of approximately $6.18 to retire the pro­posed bonds, and (ii) an annual increase in the Municipal Tax Cap (Charter 14.03(b)(2) of approximately $2.48 to pay for annual operations and maintenance costs related to the proposed capital improvements.

The debt shall be paid from real and personal property taxes levied and collected areawide within Anchor­age. Anchorage will also pledge its full faith and credit for payment of the bonds.

To be voted upon by all qualified voters residing within the Municipality of Anchorage. (AO 2006-4)

PROPOSITION 2 - ANCHORAGE PARKS AND RECREATION SERVICE AREA FACILITY BONDS

To protect and maintain water quality in local creeks and streams, improve and maintain parks and trails, provide for playground and family recreation areas and enhance and preserve natural areas and open space, shall Anchorage borrow up to $3,950,000 through the issuance of general obligation bonds and increase the Municipal Tax Cap by an amount not to exceed $224,400 to pay associated annual operations and maintenance costs? The Municipality of Anchorage shall seek state, federal and private matching funds. All funds will be subject to an annual and independent audit.

Voter approval of this bond proposition authorizes, for each $100,000 of assessed property value, an annual increase in taxes of approximately $1.49 to retire the bond, and an annual increase in the Municipal Tax Cap (Charter 14.03(b)(2)) of $1.03 to pay for annual operations and maintenance costs related to the proposed capital improvements.

The debt shall be paid from real and personal property taxes levied and collected within the Anchorage Parks and Recre­ation Service Area. Anchor­age will also pledge its full faith and credit for payment of the bonds.

To be voted upon by all qualified voters residing within the Municipality of Anchorage and all qualified voters residing within the Anchorage Parks and Recreation Service Area.(AO 2006-6 (S))

PROPOSITION 3 - APPROVING A LONG-TERM, NON EXCLUSIVE LEASE OF THE GOLF COURSE AT RUSSIAN JACK SPRINGS PARK CONTAINING 160 ACRES OF DEDICATED MUNICIPAL PARK LAND, WITH RUSSIAN JACK SPRINGS JR. GOLF ASSOCIATION, INC., A NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION, FOR THE PURPOSE OF UPGRADING AND MAINTAINING PUBLIC GOLF FACILITIES FOR YOUTH PROGRAMS AND PROVIDING EXERCISE AND EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS THROUGH THE GAME OF GOLF.

Shall the Municipality of Anchorage enter into a long-term, non-exclusive lease of the golf course facility at Russian Jack Springs Park, containing 160 acres of dedicated municipal park land, with Russian Jack Springs Jr. Golf Association, a non-profit organization, for the purpose of upgrading and maintaining public golf facilities for youth programs and providing exercise and educational programs through the game of golf, effective upon approval by a majority of the voters?

Property affected by this proposition is located in Russian Jack Springs Park, legally described as SE ¼ Sec 15 T13N R3W, Seward Meridian and an area bounded on the North by DeBarr Road, bounded on the East by Boniface Parkway, bounded on the South by East 20th Avenue, and bounded on the West by Pine.

There is no cost to taxpayers and no increase in property taxes as a result of the lease. Any upgrades and improvements constructed during the lease by the Russian Jack Springs Jr. Golf Association shall belong to the Municipality of Anchorage at the end of the lease.

To be voted upon by all qualified voters residing within the Municipality of Anchorage. (AO 2006-21)

PROPOSITION 4 - A DISPOSAL OF 69 ACRES MORE OR LESS OF DEDICATED MUNICIPAL PARK LAND, DESCRIBED AS TRACT A, SEVENTY ACRE SUBDIVISION, PLAT NO. 96-32, FOR FAIR MARKET VALUE BY EXCHANGE FOR ALL OR A SUBSTANTIAL PORTION OF TRACT A, SOCCER & BASEBALL SUBDIVISION, PLAT NO. 98-53, CONTAINING 38 ACRES MORE OR LESS, LOCATED ADJACENT TO SOUTH ANCHORAGE BALL FIELDS, TO PARK IMPROVEMENT PROJECT LLC.

Shall the Municipality of Anchorage dispose of land dedicated to park to Park Improvement Project LLC in exchange for all or a substantial portion of Tract A, Soccer & Baseball Subdivision, Plat No. 98-53, containing 38 acres m/l, based upon fair market value and located adjacent to South Anchorage Ball Fields?

Municipal park land affected by this proposition is described as TRACT A, SEVENTY ACRE SUBDIVISION, Plat No. 96-32, Anchorage Recording District, Third Judicial District, State of Alaska, containing 69 acres m/l.

The taxpayers of the Municipality do not incur an increase in property taxes as a result of the disposal and the Municipality receives all or a substantial portion of Tract A, Soccer & Baseball Subdivision, located adjacent to Tract B, Soccer & Baseball Subdivision, also known as the South Anchorage Ball Fields.

To be voted upon by all qualified voters residing within the Municipality of Anchorage. (AO 2006-16)

PROPOSITION 5 -A DISPOSAL OF DEDICATED MUNICIPAL PARK LAND DESCRIBED AS A PORTION OF THE NORTHWEST CORNER OF MIRROR LAKE/EDMONDS LAKE PARK, CONTAINING 20 ACRES MORE OR LESS, FOR FAIR MARKET VALUE BY EXCHANGE FOR A PARCEL OF LAND CONTAINING 80 ACRES MORE OR LESS, FOR A TRAIL-HEAD PARKING LOT AND TRAIL CORRIDOR TO MT. BALDY, LOCATED ADJACENT TO CHUGACH STATE PARK, TO EKLUTNA, INC.

Shall the Municipality of Anchorage dispose of 20 acres more or less of land dedicated to park and recreational uses, to Eklutna, Inc. in exchange for a parcel of land described as Lot 4, Section 5, and Lot 1, Section 6, both located in Township 14 North, Range 1 West, Seward Meridian, Alaska, containing approximately 80 acres m/l, based upon fair market value for a trail-head parking lot and trail corridor to Mt. Baldy and located adjacent to Chugach State Park?

Municipal park land affected by this proposition is located in the northwest corner of Mirror Lake/Edmonds Lake Park and described as a portion of Section 35, Township 16 North, Range 1 West, Seward Meridian, Alaska.

The taxpayers of the Municipality do not incur an increase in property taxes as a result of the disposal and the Municipality receives approximately 80 acres adjacent to Chugach State Park.

To be voted upon by all qualified voters residing within the Municipality of Anchorage. (AO 2006-19(S))

PROPOSITION 6 -ACQUISITION AND RESTORATION OF THE 4TH AVENUE THEATRE BOND

Shall Anchorage borrow up to $2,000,000 through the issuance of general obliga­tion bonds to pay a portion of the costs of acquiring and restoring the 4th Avenue Theatre located in downtown Anchorage?

The Municipality will seek matching funds to pay for additional costs associated with the acquisition and restoration of the 4th Avenue Theatre. No bonds shall be issued unless $2,000,000 in matching funds are raised from any source, private or public within 24 months of voter approval of this proposal.

Voter approval of this bond proposition authorizes for each $100,000 of assessed taxable property value (based on the estimated total 2006 areawide assessed valuation in Anchorage) an annual increase in taxes of approximately $0.65 to retire the pro­posed bonds.

The debt shall be paid from real and personal property taxes levied and collected areawide within Anchor­age. Anchorage will also pledge its full faith and credit for payment of the bonds.

To be voted upon by all qualified voters residing within the Municipality of Anchorage. (AO 2006-32 as amended)

PROPOSITION 7 -ANCHORAGE ROADS AND DRAINAGE SERVICE AREA ROAD AND, STORM DRAINAGE BONDS

Shall Anchorage borrow up to $44,150,000 through the issuance of general obliga­tion bonds to pay costs of roadway improvements, roadway safety improvements, drainage collection, drainage treatment and related capital improve­ments and increase the municipal tax cap by an annual amount not to exceed $748,000 to pay the associated annual operations and maintenance costs?

Voter approval of this bond proposition authorizes for each $100,000 of assessed taxable property value (based on the estimated 2006 as­sessed valuation in the Anchorage Roads and Drainage Service Area): (i) an annual increase in taxes of approximately $18.39 to retire the pro­posed bonds, and (ii) an annual increase necessary to fund the proposed increase in the municipal tax cap (Charter 14.03(b)(2)) of approximately $3.78 to pay for annual operations and maintenance costs related to the proposed capital improvements.

The debt shall be paid from real and personal property taxes levied and collected within the Anchorage Roads and Drain­age Service Area. Anchorage will also pledge its full faith and credit for payment of the debt.

To be voted upon by all qualified voters residing within the Municipality of Anchorage and all qualified voters residing within the Anchorage Roads and Drainage Service Area. (AO 2006-3(S))

PROPOSITION 8 -ANCHORAGE FIRE SERVICE AREA FIRE PROTECTION BONDS

Shall Anchorage borrow up to $1,960,000 through the issu­ance of general obligation bonds to pay the costs of fire protection capital improvements to be located within the Anchorage Fire Service Area.

Voter approval of this bond proposition authorizes for each $100,000 of assessed taxable property value (based on the estimated 2006 assessed valuation in the Anchorage Fire Service Area) an annual increase in taxes of approximately $0.88 to retire the proposed bonds.

The debt shall be paid from real and personal property taxes levied and collected within the Anchorage Fire Service Area. Anchorage will also pledge its full faith and credit for payment of the bonds.

To be voted upon by all qualified voters residing within the Municipality of Anchorage and all qualified voters residing within the Anchorage Fire Service Area. (AO 2006-5)

PROPOSITION 9 - EDUCATIONAL CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT BONDS

Shall Anchorage borrow up to $20,890,000 through the issuance of general obligation bonds to pay costs of code upgrades, security upgrades, roof replacements, mechanical upgrades, site acquisition and other educational capital improvements within Anchorage? $9,475,000 of the estimated costs of the projects currently qualify for 70% State debt reimbursement (subject to annual Legislative appropriation as described below).

The proposed educational capital improvement projects include, but are not limited to, the following:

Projects

Estimated Cost

Dimond High School Auxiliary Gym Code Upgrade and Renewal

$4,100,000

Site Selection and Acquisition

6,000,000

Districtwide Code/Hazmat/ADA/Sprinkler Projects

800,000

Districtwide Roof Replacement and Repairs

1,315,000

Multi-School Security System Upgrades

3,046,000

Emergency Communications Systems – High Schools

760,000

Districtwide Building Renewal Projects

1,699,000

Districtwide Electrical Projects

1,500,000

Districtwide Mechanical Upgrades

1,670,000

Voter approval of this bond proposition authorizes for each $100,000 of assessed real and personal property value (based on the estimated 2006 assessed valuation) an annual increase in taxes of approximately $6.77 to retire the proposed bonds.

$9,475,000 of the estimated costs of the projects currently qualify for 70% State debt reimbursement. If the State chooses to make full reimbursement, the annual increase in taxes would be $4.62 (based on $100,000 of 2006 assessed real and personal property value). State reimbursement is subject to annual Legislative appropriation

The debt will be paid from real and personal property taxes levied and collected areawide in Anchorage. Anchor­age will also pledge its full faith and credit for payment of the debt.

To be voted upon by all qualified voters residing within the Municipality of Anchorage. (AO 2006-11(S))

PROPOSITION 10 - EDUCATIONAL CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT BONDS

Shall Anchorage borrow up to $30,775,000 through the issuance of general obligation bonds to pay for school planning/design/construction and related educational capital improvements within Anchorage and increase the municipal tax cap by an amount of $148,038 to pay for associated annual operations and maintenance costs? $16,350,000 of the estimated costs of the projects currently qualify for 60% State debt reimbursement (subject to annual Legislative appropriation as described below).

The proposed educational capital improvement projects include, but are not limited to, the following:

Projects

Estimated Cost

Estimated AnnualOperation & Maintenance

Chester Valley Elementary School Addition and Renewal

$14,100,000

$78,754

Girdwood K-8 School Planning

50,000

-0-

Inlet View Elementary School Design

750,000

-0-

Sand Lake Elementary School Addition and Renewal

12,600,000

69,284

New Southwest Anchorage Area Elementary School Planning

100,000

-0-

Clark Middle School Design - Phase I

3,000,000

-0-

Romig Middle School Planning

175,000

-0-

Voter approval of this bond proposition authorizes for each $100,000 of assessed real and personal property value (based on the 2006 assessed valuation): (i) an annual increase in taxes of approximately $9.98 to retire the proposed bonds, and (ii) an annual increase in the municipal tax cap (Charter 14.03(b)(2)) of approximately $0.58 to pay for annual operation and maintenance costs related to the proposed capital improvements.

$16,350,000 of the estimated costs of the projects currently qualify for 60% State debt reimbursement. If the State chooses to make full reimbursement, the annual increase in taxes would be $6.80 (based on $100,000 of 2006 assessed real and personal property value). State reimbursement is subject to annual Legislative appropriation

The debt will be paid from real and personal property taxes levied and collected areawide in Anchorage. Anchor­age will also pledge its full faith and credit for payment of the debt.

To be voted upon by all qualified voters residing within the Municipality of Anchorage. (AO 2006-10)

PROPOSITION 11 - EDUCATIONAL CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT BONDS

Shall Anchorage borrow up to $48,200,000 through the issuance of general obligation bonds to pay for school planning/design/construction and related educational capital improvements within Anchorage and increase the municipal tax cap by an amount of $279,067 to pay for associated annual operations and maintenance costs? $36,100,000 of the estimated costs of the projects currently qualify for 70% State debt reimbursement (subject to annual Legislative appropriation as described below).

The proposed educational capital improvement projects include, but are not limited to, the following:

Projects

Estimated Cost

Estimated AnnualOperation & Maintenance

Bartlett High School Phase 3A Construction (West Wing) and Phase 3B-1 Design (1/2 of East Wing)

$ 13,900,000

$ 20,925

Chugiak High School Phase 4 Construction (House 4)

12,500,000

20,925

East High School Phase 4B-1 Construction (Southwest House) and Phase 4B-2 Design (Connector)

9,700,000

20,925

Service High School Phase 3 Construction (Auxiliary Gym & Boiler) and Phase 5 Design (Auditorium/Cafeteria)

11,800,000

216,292

West High School Planning

300,000

-0-

Voter approval of this bond proposition authorizes for each $100,000 of assessed real and personal property value (based on the 2006 assessed valuation): (i) an annual increase in taxes of approximately $15.62 to retire the proposed bonds, and (ii) an annual increase in the municipal tax cap (Charter 14.03(b)(2)) of approximately $1.10 to pay for annual operation and maintenance costs related to the proposed capital improvements.

$36,100,000 of the estimated costs of the projects currently qualify for 70% State debt reimbursement. If the State chooses to make full reimbursement, the annual increase in taxes would be $7.43 (based on $100,000 of 2006 assessed real and personal property value). State reimbursement is subject to annual Legislative appropriation

The debt will be paid from real and personal property taxes levied and collected areawide in Anchorage. Anchor­age will also pledge its full faith and credit for payment of the debt.

To be voted upon by all qualified voters residing within the Municipality of Anchorage. (AO 2006-9)

PROPOSITION 12 - CHARTER AMENDMENT

AMENDMENTS TO MUNICIPALITY OF ANCHORAGE HOME RULE CHARTER, ARTICLE XXI, MUNICIPAL VEHICLE CODE ENFORCEMENT STANDARDS, TO AUTHORIZE TRAFFIC VIOLATION ENFORCEMENT BY MUNICIPAL PEACE OFFICERS DESIGNATED IN WRITING BY THE CHIEF OF POLICE.

Shall the Municipality of Anchorage Home Rule Charter , Article XXI, Municipal Vehicle Code Enforcement Standards, be amended as follows to authorize traffic violation enforcement by municipal peace officers designated in writing by the Chief of Police?

Section 21.01 Vehicle violation enforcement.

No enforcement of any vehicle violation, whether the vehicle is parked or in motion may be performed by the Municipality of Anchorage by any persons other than a regularly sworn police officer who meets the standards set forth in A.S. 18.65.290(7) [A.S. 18.65.290(5)(A) or (B)] or a municipal employee designated in writing as a peace officer by the Chief of Police. Such enforcement includes, but is not limited to, any and all civil or criminal statutes, codes, ordinances or regulations which apply to the regulation of vehicles and which currently exist or may exist in the future.(Prop. 3 of 4-15-97 election, effective 6-6-97, § 1)

Section 21.02 Prohibited vehicle impound, towing and transportation from public streets and emergency exception.

No vehicle may be impounded, towed, or transported from upon the public streets in the Municipality of Anchorage without the written permission of either the owner or the operator of the vehicle, a valid court order, or unless an impound notice is placed on the vehicle by a police officer or peace officer qualified as set forth in Section 21.01 above. This shall not prohibit necessary emergency action in the event that a vehicle presents an immediate threat to life or public safety.

(Prop. 3 of 4-15-97 election, effective 6-6-97, § 2)

Section 21.03 Liability for improper impound, towing and transportation; private rights.

(No change.)

Section 21.04 Prohibited enforcement and delegation of enforcement; enforcement in person; prohibited administrative enforcement.

Enforcement of any part of the present or future state or Anchorage municipal vehicle laws or codes by anyone other than police officers or peace officers qualified as set forth in Section 21.01 above is prohibited. The Anchorage Assembly may not delegate vehicle related enforcement powers to any agency other than the police officers or peace officers as described in Section 21.01 above, nor shall they delegate by ordinance, contract, or otherwise such powers to anyone other than police officers or peace officers qualified as set forth in Section 21.01 above. Any and all vehicle law or code enforcement activity by such a police officer or peace officer must be performed in person. Any vehicle law [LAY (SIC)] or code enforcement powers which may currently exist, other than those vested in police officers or peace officers as described in Section 21.01 above, are null and void. Review of all vehicle law and code enforcement within the Municipality of Anchorage shall be, and remain with, the judicial branch of government as described in Article IV of the Alaska Constitution, with such right of appeal as the law provides. This law is not to be construed as defining the jurisdiction of courts or prescribing their rules, rather, this ordinance declares that the Municipality shall not enforce any motor vehicle ordinance or policy by way of administrative process.

(Prop. 3 of 4-15-97 election, effective 6-6-97, § 4)

Section 21.05 Supremacy of municipal vehicle code enforcement standards.

(No change.)

Section 21.06 Private rights; parties; estoppel of sovereign immunity; damages and attorneys fees.

(no change.)

Amendments are shown with new language in bold and underlined. Language to be deleted is [CAPITALIZED AND IN BRACKETS].

To be voted upon by all qualified voters residing within the Municipality of Anchorage. AO 2005-191

PROPOSITION 13 - SALES & USE TAX ON TANGIBLE GOODS SUBJECT TO CERTAIN EXEMPTIONS AND A $200 CAP, A PROVISION FOR PARTIAL COST REIMBURSEMENT TO SELLERS COLLECTING THE TAX, AND A SUNSET PROVISION, WITH ONE HUNDRED PERCENT (100%) OF THE TAX RECEIPTS AFTER COSTS OF COLLECTION, APPLIED EQUALLY THROUGHOUT THE MUNICIPALIITY TO FUND ESSENTIAL SERVICES IN SUBSTITUTION OF PROPERTY TAXES.

Shall Assembly Ordinance 2005-126(S) enacting a three percent (3%) sales and use tax on the retail sale or use of tangible goods within the Municipality of Anchorage, the receipts of which shall reduce property taxes and which provides for certain specified exemptions, with a cap of $200 in tax on individual items, with a partial reimbursement provision for sellers collecting the tax, and with a sunset clause, all as provided in the Ordinance, be ratified?

This sales and use tax is subject to (under) the tax increase limitation of the Anchorage Municipal Charter section 14.03 (Tax Cap). Except for the cost of collection and pursuant to Charter setion 14.03 (b) (2) & (3), the tax shall not raise additional revenue beyond that allowed by the Tax Cap.

Imposition of this tax by this ordinance shall reduce property taxes throughout the Municipality of Anchorage on an equal basis by application of One Hundred Percent (100%) of the receipts from the sales and use tax, after costs of collection, being applied to reduce property taxes.

To be voted upon by all qualified voters residing within the Municipality of Anchorage. (AO2006-34)

PROPOSITION 14 - APPROVING THE ANNEXATION OF CAMPBELL CANYON SUBDIVISION TO THE SECTION 6/CAMPBELL AIRSTRIP ROAD LRSA AND AMENDING THE SECTION 6/CAMPBELL AIRSTRIP ROAD LRSA BOUNDARIES IN ANCHORAGE MUNICIPAL CODE SECTION 27.30.700, EFFECTIVE RETROACTIVELY AS OF JANUARY 1, 2006.

Shall the Section 6/Campbell Airstrip Road LRSA boundaries be amended by annexing the Campbell Canyon Subdivision to the Section 6/Campbell Airstrip Road LRSA and amending AMC section 27.30.700, effective retroactively as of January 1, 2006?

The roads affected are the roads within the Campbell Canyon Subdivision, namely: Shivalik Circle and Mountain Way.

The existing mill rate in the Section 6/Campbell Airstrip Road LRSA is 1.50 mills. Property owners within Campbell Canyon Subdivision will incur an increase in property taxes beginning with tax year 2006.

To be voted upon by all voters residing within the Section 6/Campbell Airstrip Road Limited Road. Service Area.

(AO2005-182)

PROPOSITION 15 - APPROVING ANNEXATION OF THE VIEWS AT PROMINENCE POINTE SUBDIVIDION TO THE SOUTH GOLDENVIEW LRSA AND AMENDING THE SOUTH GOLDENVIEW LRSA BOUNDARIES IN ANCHORAGE MUNICIPAL CODE SECTION 27.30.700, EFFECTIVE RETROACTIVELY AS OF JANUARY 1, 2006.

Shall the South Goldenview LRSA boundaries be amended by annexing the Views at Prominence Pointe Subdivision to the South Goldenview LRSA and accordingly amending AMC section 27.30.700, effective retroactively as of January 1, 2006?

The roads affected are the roads within the Views at Prominence Pointe Subdivision, namely: Prominence Pointe Drive, Lost Horizon Drive, Horizon View Drive, Henson Hill Circle and Scenic Sunrise Drive.

The existing mill rate in the South Goldenview LRSA is 1.80 mills. Property owners within the Views at Prominence Pointe Subdivision will incur an increase in property taxes beginning with the tax year 2006.

To be voted upon by all voters residing within the South Goldenview Limited Road Service Area. (AO2005-183)

PROPOSITION 16 - APPROVING THE ANNEXING OF LOT 3, BLOCK 1, STONY BROOK SUBDIVISION (TAX PARCEL 015-511-09-000-18); LOT 2, BLOCK 2, STONY BROOK SUBDIVISION (TAX PARCEL 015-511-18-000-19); LOT 3, BLOCK 2, STONY BROOK SUBDIVISION (TAX PARCEL 015-511-19-000-17); AND LOT 1, BLOCK 2, STONY BROOK SUBDIVISION (TAX PARCEL 015-511-17-000-11) TO THE LAKEHILL LRSA AND AMENDING THE LAKEHILL LRSA BOUNDARIES IN ANCHORAGE MUNICIPAL CODE SECTION 27.30.700, EFFECTIVE AS OF JANUARY 1, 2007.

Shall the Lakehill LRSA boundaries be altered by annexing Lot 3, Block 1, Stony Brook Subdivision (Tax Parcel 015-511-09-000-18); Lot 2, Block 2, Stony Brook Subdivision (Tax Parcel 015-511-18-000-19); Lot 3, Block 2, Stony Brook Subdivision (Tax Parcel 015-511-19-000-17); and Lot 1, Block 2, Stony Brook Subdivision (Tax Parcel 015-511-17-000-11) to the Lakehill LRSA and accordingly amending the Lakehill LRSA boundaries in Anchorage Municipal Code section 27.30.700, effective as of January 1, 2007?

Macbeth Drive is affected by this Proposition.

The existing mill rate in the Lakehill LRSA is 1.50 mills. Property owners within the area to be annexed will incur an increase in property taxes beginning with the tax year 2007.

To be voted upon by all voters residing within the Lakehill Limited Road Service Area and registered voters residing in area to be annexed. (AO2005-189)

PROPOSITION 17 - APPROVING REMOVAL OF LOT 1A, BLOCK 1, PANORAMA TERRACE SUBDIVISION (TAX PARCEL 015-092-35-000-06); LOT 3, HILLSIDE HEIGHTS SUBDIVISION (TAX PARCEL 015-092-76-000-06); AND LOT 1, HILLSIDE HEIGHTS SUBDIVISION (TAX PARCEL 015-092-74-000-06) FROM THE UPPER O’MALLEY LRSA AND AMENDING THE UPPER O’MALLEY LRSA BOUNDARIES IN ANCHORAGE MUNICIPAL CODE SECTION 27.30.700, EFFECTIVE RETROACTIVELY AS OF JANUARY 1, 2006.

Shall the Upper O’Malley LRSA boundaries be altered by removing a portion of the Upper O’Malley LRSA, namely Lot 1A, Block 1, Panorama Terrace Subdivision (Tax Parcel 015-092-35-000-06); Lot 3, Hillside Heights Subdivision (Tax Parcel 015-092-76-000-06; and Lot 1, Hillside Heights Subdivision (Tax Parcel 015-092-74-000-06) from the Upper O’Malley LRSA and accordingly amend the Upper O’Malley LRSA boundaries in Anchorage Municipal Code Section 27.30.700, effective retroactively as of January 1, 2006?

There are no roads within the Upper O’Malley LRSA affected by this Proposition.

The existing mill rate in the Upper O’Malley LRSA is 2.00 mills. Property owners within the area to be removed will incur a decrease in property taxes beginning with the tax year 2006.

To be voted upon by all voters residing within the Upper O’Malley Limited Road Service Area and registered voters residing in area to be removed from Upper O’Malley LRSA. (AO2005-184)

PROPOSITION 18 - APPROVING THE EXTENSION OF THE BEAR VALLEY LIMITED ROAD SERVICE AREA FOR THREE ADDITIONAL YEARS.

Shall the Bear Valley Limited Road Service Area be extended for three additional years until December 31, 2009?

To be voted upon by all voters residing within the Bear Valley Limited Road Service Area(AO2006-23)

PROPOSITION 19 - APPROVING THE EXTENSION OF THE BIRCH TREE/ ELMORE LIMITED ROAD SERVICE AREA FOR THREE ADDITIONAL YEARS.

Shall the Birch Tree/Elmore Limited Road Service Area be extended for three additional years until December 31, 2008?

To be voted upon by all voters residing within the Birch Tree/Elmore Limited Road Service Area. (AO2006-24)

PROPOSITION 20 - APPROVING THE EXTENSION OF THE SECTION 6/CAMPBELL AIRSTRIP ROAD LIMITED ROAD SERVICE AREA FOR THREE ADDITIONAL YEARS.

Shall the Section 6/Campbell Airstrip Road Limited Road Service Area be extended for three additional years until December 31, 2009?

To be voted upon by all voters residing within the Section 6/Campbell Airstrip Road Limited Road Service Area.

(AO2006-25)

PROPOSITION 21- APPROVING THE EXTENSION OF THE SEQUOIA ESTATES LIMITED ROAD SERVICE AREA FOR THREE ADDITIONAL YEARS.

Shall the Sequoia Estates Limited Road Service Area be extended for three additional years until December 31, 2009?

To be voted upon by all voters residing within the Sequoia Estates Limited Road Service Area (AO2006-26)

PROPOSITION 22 - APPROVING THE EXTENSION OF THE SOUTH GOLDENVIEW AREA LIMITED ROAD SERVICE AREA FOR THREE ADDITIONAL YEARS.

Shall the South Goldenview Area Limited Road Service Area be extended for three additional years until December 31, 2008?

To be voted upon by all voters residing within the South Goldenview Area Limited Road Service Area (AO2006-27)

PROPOSITION 23 - APPROVING THE EXTENSION OF THE TALUS WEST LIMITED ROAD SERVICE AREA FOR THREE ADDITIONAL YEARS.

Shall the Talus West Limited Road Service Area be extended for three additional years until December 31, 2009?

To be voted upon by all voters residing within the Talus West Limited Road Service Area. (AO 2006-28)

PROPOSITION 24 - APPROVING THE EXTENSION OF THE UPPER O’MALLEY LIMITED ROAD SERVICE AREA FOR THREE ADDITIONAL YEARS.

Shall the Upper O’Malley Limited Road Service Area be extended for three additional years until December 31, 2009?

To be voted upon by all voters residing within the Upper O’Malley Limited Road Service Area. (AO2006-29)

PROPOSITION 25 - APPROVING THE EXTENSION OF THE VILLAGES SCENIC PARKWAY LIMITED ROAD SERVICE AREA FOR AN ADDITIONAL THREE YEARS.

Shall the Villages Scenic Parkway Limited Road Service Area be extended for three additional years until December 31, 2009?

To be voted upon by all voters residing within the Villages Scenic Parkway Limited Road Service Area.(AO2006-30)

PROPOSITION 26 - APPROVING CREATION OF A NEW SERVICE AREA TO OPERATE AND MAINTAIN THE EXISTING AND FUTURE STREET LIGHTS IN THE TABLELANDS SUBDIVISION, EFFECTIVE RETROACTIVELY AS OF JANUARY 1, 2006.

Shall a new service area be created designated as The Tablelands Subdivision Street Light Service Area, not presently in the Eagle River Street Light Service Area, to operate and maintain existing and future street lights within The Tablelands Subdivision, retroactively as of January 1, 2006?

If the creation of The Tablelands Street Light Service Area is approved, the new street light service area will be automatically consolidated with the Eagle River Street Light Service Area. The maximum mill rate in the Eagle River Street Light Service Area is 0.5 mills.

Property owners within The Tablelands Subdivision will incur an increase in their property taxes to pay for the operation and maintenance of the street lights in The Tablelands Subdivision beginning with tax year 2006.

To be voted upon by all voters residing within The Tablelands Subdivision. (AO2005-164)