Alaska Statutes.
Title 46. Water, Air, Energy, and Environmental Conservation
Chapter 8. Oil and Hazardous Substance Releases
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AS 46.08.060. Report.

(a) The commissioner shall make available a report to the legislature not later than the 10th day following the convening of each first regular session of the legislature. The commissioner shall notify the legislature that the report is available. The report may include information considered significant by the commissioner but must include

(1) the amount of money expended by the department under AS 46.08.040(a) during the preceding two fiscal years;

(2) the amount and source of money received and money recovered by or on behalf of the department during the preceding two fiscal years under

(A) AS 46.08.020 ; and

(B) AS 46.08.025 ;

(3) a summary of municipal participation in the department's responses that were paid for by the fund;

(4) a detailed summary of department activities in responses paid for by the fund during the preceding two fiscal years, including response descriptions and statements outlining the nature of the threat; in this paragraph, "detailed" includes information describing each personal services position and total compensation for that position, each contract in excess of $10,000, and each purchase in excess of $10,000; and

(5) the projected cost to the department for the next two fiscal years of monitoring, operating, and maintaining sites where response has been completed or is expected to be continued during the next two fiscal years.

(b) As part of the department's on-going identification efforts associated with oil spill or hazardous substance release or waste sites, the commissioner shall include in the report under this section

(1) the number of sites that are included in the department's contaminated sites data base, whether the site is active or closed; and

(2) a prioritized listing of those sites, both statewide and by community, based on the immediate and long-term threats to the public health or welfare or to the environment.

(c) In addition to the department's report required under (a) of this section, the governor shall submit a report about use of the fund during the previous two fiscal years to the legislature not later than the 10th day following the convening of each first regular session of the legislature. In the report, the governor shall describe in detail the governor's use of money from the fund, with separate explanations, by agency, of the activities that were paid for under the authority of AS 46.08.045 .

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