The findings of Phase 1 of the EaglExit feasibility study, covering an analysis of the potential revenues that could be generated by the EaglExit region, as defined by the Municipality of Anchorage’s (MOA) Assembly District 2 (AD2). The memo describes the study area, including a draft metes and bounds description, presents a summary of estimated potential revenues, describes each revenue source, describes the methodology and allocation process, and discusses potential effects of revenue decisions and other considerations. Phase 1 of the analysis only considers potential revenues that could be generated in AD2 based on the same tax structure being in place in AD2 and its component tax districts as they existed in 2019. It is an “apple to apples” comparison except for the property tax rate for a new AD2 school district due to budget limitations. Phase 1 does not address general government or school district expenses, nor does it consider any balance sheet items (assets and liabilities) for existing or new required infrastructure.
Northern Economics Revenue Analysis 2020
The findings of the EaglExit Project Phase 2A, with high-level estimates of expenditures for education, general government, road maintenance, parks and recreation, law enforcement, and a fire department. Phase 1 of the study, completed earlier, looked at potential revenue generation for the Assembly District 2 (AD2) area. Phase 2A serves as a complement to the Phase 1 revenue analysis and develops a “30,000-foot-level” look at expenditures within the study area. This screening-level assessment examines the cost of providing typical government and educational services in the AD2 region by comparing each expenditure category to comparable regions (“comps”) in Alaska (except for law enforcement, which includes Worcester County, MD). The project selected the comps because they are communities with similar populations, school district average daily membership (ADM), geography, and land area to AD2. Table 1 shows the comps approved by the EaglExit board for the Phase 2A analysis.
Northern Economics Expenditures Analysis 2020