2019 AML Resolutions:
Resolution #2019-1 – A resolution in support of the Alaska Municipal Leagues stated principles. 
Resolution #2019-2 – A resolution in support of the Alaska Municipal Leagues stated priorities.
Resolution #2019-3 – A resolution in support of the development of a Community Dividend.
Resolution #2019-4 – A resolution requesting that the Alaska State Legislature fund the Senior Citizen’s/Disabled Veteran’s property tax exemption as required in AS 29.45.030(g).
Resolution #2019-5 -A resolution in support of full funding from the State of Alaska for school bond debt reimbursement and State aid for construction in Regional Education Attendance Areas
Resolution #2019-6 -A resolution supporting legislation adopting real property sales disclosure in Alaska.
Resolution #2019-7 -A resolution supporting increased investment in the Alaska Renewable Energy Fund, and continued support for existing State energy and energy efficiency programs.
Resolution #2019-8 -A resolution supporting the State’s implementation of a broad-based tax.

Resolution #2019-9 – A resolution requesting that Title 29 be amended to remove the audit requirement for Community Assistance, and provide a one-time waiver of past audit requirements, thereby releasing all outstanding Community Revenue Sharing/Assistance funds. Resolution #2019-10 – A resolution encouraging the Governor and Legislature to increase capacity within the Office of Management and Budget to evaluate costs to communities of State and Legislative budget and legislative actions, and to include a municipal impact fiscal note in all relevant legislation.
Resolution #2019-11 – A resolution requesting that the Governor and Alaska State Legislature provide a one-time payoff of PERS arrearages.
Resolution #2019-12 – A resolution in support of Public Employee Retirement System (PERS) reform.
Resolution #2019-13 – A resolution in support of changing the transferability of limited entry salmon permits by allowing an additional name on the permit.
Resolution #2019-14– A resolution in support of full funding ($7,409,439) for the State of Alaska Municipal Harbor Facility Grant Program in the FY 2020 State capital budget.