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A03008 Summary:

Amd Various Laws, generally
Relates to the effectiveness of motor vehicle transaction fees and certain costs relating to the department of motor vehicles; relates to fees for motor carriers; relates to mass transportation payments including Ontario county to the Rochester-Genesee Regional Transportation District; creates a transit assistance for capital investments fund; authorizes the department of transportation to defer reductions in service payments for two years; authorizes shared services agreements between the department of transportation and the New York state thruway authority; relates to the issuance of commercial learner's permits and the disqualification of commercial driver's licenses and commercial learner's permits; decreases state responsibility for certain costs incurred by the New York state thruway authority; extends certain provisions relating to the empire state economic development fund; extends provisions relating to the powers of the New York state urban development corporation to make loans; extends provisions relating to the minority- and women-owned business enterprise disparity study; relates to the effectiveness of article 15-A of the executive law; extends certain authority of the dormitory authority of the state of New York; extends provisions relating to permitting the secretary of state to provide special handling for all documents filed or issued by the division of corporations and to permit additional levels of such expedited service; eliminates certain fees charged for an apartment information vendor license; eliminates certain license fees in the agriculture and markets law; relates to license fees and surcharges for the transfer of petroleum between vessels, between facilities and vessels and between facilities, whether onshore or offshore; relates to operating permit program fees, state air quality control fees and state pollutant discharge elimination system program fees; establishes a habitat conservation and access account; establishes a ten year period of probable usefulness for municipally owned omnibus or surface transit motor vehicles; directs the city of Buffalo to adjudicate traffic infractions; relates to certain penalties and forfeited security collected by the city of Buffalo and granting a traffic violations agency certain powers; establishes the Buffalo traffic violations agency; relates to the justice court fund; relates to a trial by a judicial officer; requires the executive director of the Buffalo traffic violations agency to annually issue a report on the progress, development and operations of such agency; extends the effectiveness of the "Cleaner, Greener NY Act of 2013"; relates to a farm drain tile revolving loan fund program; relates to the eligible use of the beginning farmers NY fund; relates to the effectiveness of the New York state health insurance continuation assistance demonstration project; relates to term appointments for eligible, high-demand ITS positions without examination; relates to retrofit technology for diesel-fueled vehicles; relates to the effectiveness relating to the recovery of exempt income by the office of mental health for community residences and family-based treatment programs; authorizes contracts for the provision of special education and related services for certain patients hospitalized in hospitals operated by the office of mental health; relates to the effectiveness of certain provisions relating to the receipt of federal and state benefits received by individuals receiving care in facilities operated by an office of the department of mental hygiene; provides professional services to individuals with developmental disabilities in non-certified settings; relates to the exemption of the nurse practice act for direct care staff in non-certified settings funded, authorized or approved by the office for people with developmental disabilities; relates to services and needs assessments; clarifies the authority of the commissioners in the department of mental hygiene to design and implement time-limited demonstration programs; eliminates the duplication of regulatory efforts between the department of health and the office for people with developmental disabilities associated with rates and fees received by OPWDD providers; establishes a transportation assessment for people with developmental disabilities and other populations; relates to the office for people with developmental disabilities omnibus reporting; relates to NYSERDA reporting and Green Jobs NY.
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