A09003 Summary:

BILL NOA09003D
 
SAME ASSAME AS UNI. S06403-D
 
SPONSORBudget
 
COSPNSR
 
MLTSPNSR
 
 
Makes appropriations for the support of government - Aid To Localities Budget.
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A09003 Actions:

BILL NOA09003D
 
01/14/2016referred to ways and means
02/16/2016amend and recommit to ways and means
02/16/2016print number 9003a
03/11/2016amend (t) and recommit to ways and means
03/11/2016print number 9003b
03/31/2016amend and recommit to ways and means
03/31/2016print number 9003c
03/31/2016amend and recommit to ways and means
03/31/2016print number 9003d
04/01/2016reported referred to rules
04/01/2016reported
04/01/2016rules report cal.28
04/01/2016substituted by s6403d
 S06403 AMEND=D BUDGET
 01/14/2016REFERRED TO FINANCE
 02/16/2016AMEND AND RECOMMIT TO FINANCE
 02/16/2016PRINT NUMBER 6403A
 03/12/2016AMEND AND RECOMMIT TO FINANCE
 03/12/2016PRINT NUMBER 6403B
 03/31/2016AMEND AND RECOMMIT TO FINANCE
 03/31/2016PRINT NUMBER 6403C
 03/31/2016AMEND AND RECOMMIT TO FINANCE
 03/31/2016PRINT NUMBER 6403D
 03/31/2016ORDERED TO THIRD READING CAL.521
 03/31/2016MESSAGE OF NECESSITY - 3 DAY MESSAGE
 03/31/2016PASSED SENATE
 03/31/2016DELIVERED TO ASSEMBLY
 04/01/2016referred to ways and means
 04/01/2016substituted for a9003d
 04/01/2016ordered to third reading rules cal.28
 04/01/2016message of necessity - 3 day message
 04/01/2016passed assembly
 04/01/2016returned to senate
 04/01/2016DELIVERED TO GOVERNOR
 04/13/2016SIGNED CHAP.53
 04/13/2016LINE VETO MEMO.133
 04/13/2016THRU LINE VETO MEMO.196
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A09003 Text:



 
                STATE OF NEW YORK
        ________________________________________________________________________
 
            S. 6403--D                                            A. 9003--D
 
                SENATE - ASSEMBLY
 
                                    January 13, 2016
                                       ___________
 
        IN  SENATE -- A BUDGET BILL, submitted by the Governor pursuant to arti-
          cle seven of the Constitution -- read twice and ordered  printed,  and
          when  printed to be committed to the Committee on Finance -- committee
          discharged, bill amended, ordered reprinted as amended and recommitted
          to said committee  --  committee  discharged,  bill  amended,  ordered
          reprinted  as  amended  and recommitted to said committee -- committee
          discharged, bill amended, ordered reprinted as amended and recommitted
          to said committee  --  committee  discharged,  bill  amended,  ordered
          reprinted as amended and recommitted to said committee
 
        IN  ASSEMBLY  --  A  BUDGET  BILL, submitted by the Governor pursuant to
          article seven of the Constitution -- read once  and  referred  to  the
          Committee  on  Ways  and  Means -- committee discharged, bill amended,
          ordered reprinted as amended and  recommitted  to  said  committee  --
          again  reported from said committee with amendments, ordered reprinted
          as amended and recommitted to said committee --  again  reported  from
          said  committee  with  amendments,  ordered  reprinted  as amended and
          recommitted to said committee -- again reported  from  said  committee
          with  amendments, ordered reprinted as amended and recommitted to said
          committee
 
        AN ACT making appropriations for the support of government; and to amend
          a chapter of the laws of 2016 enacting the state operations budget and
          to amend a chapter of the laws of 2016 enacting the  capital  projects
          budget, in relation to the support of government
 
                                 AID TO LOCALITIES BUDGET
 
          The  People of the State of New York, represented in Senate and Assem-
        bly, do enact as follows:
 
     1    Section 1. a) The several amounts specified in this chapter for aid to
     2  localities, or so much thereof as shall be sufficient to accomplish  the
     3  purposes  designated  by the appropriations, are hereby appropriated and
     4  authorized to be paid as hereinafter provided, to the respective  public
     5  officers and for the several purposes specified.

         EXPLANATION--Matter in italics (underscored) is new; matter in brackets
                              [ ] is old law to be omitted.
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     1    b)  Where applicable, appropriations made by this chapter for expendi-
     2  tures from federal grants for aid to localities  may  be  allocated  for
     3  spending  from federal grants for any grant period beginning, during, or
     4  prior to, the state fiscal year beginning on April  1,  2016  except  as
     5  otherwise noted.
     6    c)  The  several  amounts named herein, or so much thereof as shall be
     7  sufficient to accomplish the purpose designated, being  the  undisbursed
     8  and/or unexpended balances of the prior year's appropriations, are here-
     9  by  reappropriated  from  the same funds and made available for the same
    10  purposes as the prior year's appropriations, unless herein amended,  for
    11  the  fiscal  year  beginning  April 1, 2016. Certain reappropriations in
    12  this chapter are shown using abbreviated text, with  three  leader  dots
    13  (an  ellipsis)  followed by three spaces (...   ) used to indicate where
    14  existing law that is being continued is not  shown.  However,  unless  a
    15  change is clearly indicated by the use of brackets [ ] for deletions and
    16  underscores for additions, the purposes, amounts, funding source and all
    17  other  aspects  pertinent to each item of appropriation shall be as last
    18  appropriated.
    19    For the purpose of complying with the state  finance  law,  the  year,
    20  chapter  and  section  of the last act reappropriating a former original
    21  appropriation or any part thereof is, unless otherwise indicated,  chap-
    22  ter  53,  section  1, of the laws of 2015 and, for the education depart-
    23  ment, chapter 61, section 1, of the laws of of 2015.
    24    d) No moneys appropriated by  this  chapter  shall  be  available  for
    25  payment  until a certificate of approval has been issued by the director
    26  of the budget, who shall file such certificate with  the  department  of
    27  audit  and  control, the chairperson of the senate finance committee and
    28  the chairperson of the assembly ways and means committee.
    29    e) The appropriations contained in this chapter shall be available for
    30  the fiscal year beginning on April 1, 2016 except as otherwise noted.

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                               AID TO LOCALITIES   2016-17
 
     1  For payment according to the following schedule:
 
     2                                          APPROPRIATIONS  REAPPROPRIATIONS
 
     3    General Fund .......................     132,883,000        28,102,500
     4    Special Revenue Funds - Federal ....     114,985,000       104,290,000
     5    Special Revenue Funds - Other ......         980,000                 0
     6                                        ----------------  ----------------
     7      All funds ........................     248,848,000       132,392,500
     8                                        ================  ================
 
     9                                  SCHEDULE
 
    10  COMMUNITY SERVICES PROGRAM ................................. 248,848,000
    11                                                            --------------
 
    12    General Fund
    13    Local Assistance Account - 10000

    14  For  services  and  expenses,  including the
    15    payment of liabilities incurred  prior  to
    16    April  1,  2016,  related to the community
    17    services for the  elderly  grant  program.
    18    Notwithstanding  subparagraph (1) of para-
    19    graph (b) of subdivision 4 of section  214
    20    of  the  elder law and any other provision
    21    of law to the contrary, up  to  $2,500,000
    22    of  the  funds appropriated herein may, at
    23    the discretion  of  the  director  of  the
    24    budget,  be used by the state to reimburse
    25    counties for more than the 75  percent  of
    26    the  total annual expenditures of approved
    27    community   services   for   the   elderly
    28    programs.  No  expenditures  shall be made
    29    from this appropriation until the director
    30    of the budget has approved a plan  submit-
    31    ted  by  the  office outlining the amounts
    32    and purposes of such expenditures and  the
    33    allocation  of  funds  among the counties.
    34    Notwithstanding any provision of law, rule
    35    or regulation to the contrary, subject  to
    36    the  approval of the director of the budg-
    37    et,  funds  appropriated  herein  for  the
    38    community services for the elderly program
    39    (CSE)  and  the  expanded in-home services
    40    for the elderly  program  (EISEP)  may  be
    41    used   in  accordance  with  a  waiver  or
    42    reduction in county maintenance of  effort
    43    requirements   established   pursuant   to
    44    section 214 of the elder law,  except  for
    45    base year expenditures. To the extent that
    46    funds  hereby  appropriated are sufficient

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     1    to exceed the per capita limit established
     2    in section  214  of  the  elder  law,  the
     3    excess funds shall be available to supple-
     4    ment  the  existing  per capita level in a
     5    uniform manner consistent  with  statutory
     6    allocations.
     7  Notwithstanding  any  provision  of articles
     8    153, 154 and 163  of  the  education  law,
     9    there  shall  be  an  exemption  from  the
    10    professional  licensure  requirements   of
    11    such  articles,  and  nothing contained in
    12    such articles, or in any other  provisions
    13    of  law  related to the licensure require-
    14    ments  of  persons  licensed  under  those
    15    articles,  shall  prohibit  or  limit  the
    16    activities or services of  any  person  in
    17    the  employ  of a program or service oper-
    18    ated,  certified,  regulated,  funded,  or
    19    approved  by,  or  under contract with the
    20    state  office  for  the  aging,  a   local
    21    governmental  unit as such term is defined
    22    in article 41 of the mental  hygiene  law,
    23    and/or a local social services district as
    24    defined   in  section  61  of  the  social
    25    services law, and all such entities  shall
    26    be  considered to be approved settings for
    27    the receipt of supervised  experience  for
    28    the  professions governed by articles 153,
    29    154 and 163  of  the  education  law,  and
    30    furthermore,   no  such  entity  shall  be
    31    required to apply for nor be  required  to
    32    receive   a  waiver  pursuant  to  section
    33    6503-a of the education law  in  order  to
    34    perform  any  activities  or  provide  any
    35    services.
    36  For  services  and  expenses  of  the  state
    37    office for the aging to implement subdivi-
    38    sion 3-d of section one of part c of chap-
    39    ter  57  of  the  laws  of 2006 to provide
    40    funding for cost of living  increases  for
    41    the period April 1, 2016 through March 31,
    42    2017 (10318) ................................ 27,933,000
    43  For  planning  and implementation, including
    44    the payment of liabilities incurred  prior
    45    to April 1, 2016, of a program of expanded
    46    in-home,  case  management  and  ancillary
    47    community   services   for   the   elderly
    48    (EISEP).  No  expenditures  shall  be made
    49    from this appropriation until the director
    50    of the budget has approved a plan  submit-
    51    ted  by  the  office outlining the amounts
    52    and purposes of such expenditures and  the

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     1    allocation  of  funds  among the counties,
     2    including the city of New York.
     3  Notwithstanding  any  provision  of articles
     4    153, 154 and 163  of  the  education  law,
     5    there  shall  be  an  exemption  from  the
     6    professional  licensure  requirements   of
     7    such  articles,  and  nothing contained in
     8    such articles, or in any other  provisions
     9    of  law  related to the licensure require-
    10    ments  of  persons  licensed  under  those
    11    articles,  shall  prohibit  or  limit  the
    12    activities or services of  any  person  in
    13    the  employ  of a program or service oper-
    14    ated,  certified,  regulated,  funded,  or
    15    approved  by,  or  under contract with the
    16    state  office  for  the  aging,  a   local
    17    governmental  unit as such term is defined
    18    in article 41 of the mental  hygiene  law,
    19    and/or a local social services district as
    20    defined   in  section  61  of  the  social
    21    services law, and all such entities  shall
    22    be  considered to be approved settings for
    23    the receipt of supervised  experience  for
    24    the  professions governed by articles 153,
    25    154 and 163  of  the  education  law,  and
    26    furthermore,   no  such  entity  shall  be
    27    required to apply for nor be  required  to
    28    receive   a  waiver  pursuant  to  section
    29    6503-a of the education law  in  order  to
    30    perform  any  activities  or  provide  any
    31    services.
    32  For  services  and  expenses  of  the  state
    33    office for the aging to implement subdivi-
    34    sion 3-d of section one of part c of chap-
    35    ter  57  of  the  laws  of 2006 to provide
    36    funding for cost of living  increases  for
    37    the period April 1, 2016 through March 31,
    38    2017 (10319) ................................ 50,120,000
    39  For  services and expenses of grants to area
    40    agencies on aging  for  the  establishment
    41    and   operation   of   caregiver  resource
    42    centers (10321) ................................ 353,000
    43  For services  and  expenses,  including  the
    44    payment  of  liabilities incurred prior to
    45    April 1, 2016, associated with  the  well-
    46    ness  in nutrition (WIN) program, formerly
    47    known  as   the   supplemental   nutrition
    48    assistance  program  (SNAP),  including  a
    49    suballocation to the department  of  agri-
    50    culture  and  markets to be transferred to
    51    state operations for administrative  costs
    52    of  the  farmers market nutrition program.

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     1    Up to $200,000 of this  appropriation  may
     2    be made available to the Council of Senior
     3    Centers  and  Services of New York City to
     4    provide  outreach  within  the older adult
     5    SNAP initiative. No expenditure  shall  be
     6    made  from  this  appropriation  until the
     7    director of the budget has approved a plan
     8    submitted  by  the  office  outlining  the
     9    amounts  and  purpose of such expenditures
    10    and the  allocation  of  funds  among  the
    11    counties.
    12  Notwithstanding  any  provision  of articles
    13    153, 154 and 163  of  the  education  law,
    14    there  shall  be  an  exemption  from  the
    15    professional  licensure  requirements   of
    16    such  articles,  and  nothing contained in
    17    such articles, or in any other  provisions
    18    of  law  related to the licensure require-
    19    ments  of  persons  licensed  under  those
    20    articles,  shall  prohibit  or  limit  the
    21    activities or services of  any  person  in
    22    the  employ  of a program or service oper-
    23    ated,  certified,  regulated,  funded,  or
    24    approved  by,  or  under contract with the
    25    state  office  for  the  aging,  a   local
    26    governmental  unit as such term is defined
    27    in article 41 of the mental  hygiene  law,
    28    and/or a local social services district as
    29    defined   in  section  61  of  the  social
    30    services law, and all such entities  shall
    31    be  considered to be approved settings for
    32    the receipt of supervised  experience  for
    33    the  professions governed by articles 153,
    34    154 and 163  of  the  education  law,  and
    35    furthermore,   no  such  entity  shall  be
    36    required to apply for nor be  required  to
    37    receive   a  waiver  pursuant  to  section
    38    6503-a of the education law  in  order  to
    39    perform  any  activities  or  provide  any
    40    services.
    41  For  services  and  expenses  of  the  state
    42    office for the aging to implement subdivi-
    43    sion 3-d of section one of part c of chap-
    44    ter  57  of  the  laws  of 2006 to provide
    45    funding for cost of living  increases  for
    46    the period April 1, 2016 through March 31,
    47    2017 (10322) ................................ 27,483,000
    48  Local  grants  for  services and expenses of
    49    the  long-term  care   ombudsman   program
    50    (10323) ...................................... 1,190,000
    51  For state aid grants to providers of respite
    52    services  to the elderly. Funding priority

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     1    shall be given to the renewal of  existing
     2    contracts  with  the  state office for the
     3    aging. No expenditures shall be made  from
     4    this  appropriation  until the director of
     5    the budget has approved a  plan  submitted
     6    by  the office outlining the amounts to be
     7    distributed by provider.
     8  Notwithstanding any  provision  of  articles
     9    153,  154  and  163  of the education law,
    10    there  shall  be  an  exemption  from  the
    11    professional   licensure  requirements  of
    12    such articles, and  nothing  contained  in
    13    such  articles, or in any other provisions
    14    of law related to the  licensure  require-
    15    ments  of  persons  licensed  under  those
    16    articles,  shall  prohibit  or  limit  the
    17    activities  or  services  of any person in
    18    the employ of a program or  service  oper-
    19    ated,  certified,  regulated,  funded,  or
    20    approved by, or under  contract  with  the
    21    state   office  for  the  aging,  a  local
    22    governmental unit as such term is  defined
    23    in  article  41 of the mental hygiene law,
    24    and/or a local social services district as
    25    defined  in  section  61  of  the   social
    26    services  law, and all such entities shall
    27    be considered to be approved settings  for
    28    the  receipt  of supervised experience for
    29    the professions governed by articles  153,
    30    154  and  163  of  the  education law, and
    31    furthermore,  no  such  entity  shall   be
    32    required  to  apply for nor be required to
    33    receive  a  waiver  pursuant  to   section
    34    6503-a  of  the  education law in order to
    35    perform  any  activities  or  provide  any
    36    services (10328) ............................... 656,000
    37  For  state aid grants to providers of social
    38    model adult day services. Funding priority
    39    shall be given to the renewal of  existing
    40    contracts  with  the  state office for the
    41    aging. No expenditures shall be made  from
    42    this  appropriation  until the director of
    43    the budget has approved a  plan  submitted
    44    by  the office outlining the amounts to be
    45    distributed by provider.
    46  Notwithstanding any  provision  of  articles
    47    153,  154  and  163  of the education law,
    48    there  shall  be  an  exemption  from  the
    49    professional   licensure  requirements  of
    50    such articles, and  nothing  contained  in
    51    such  articles, or in any other provisions
    52    of law related to the  licensure  require-

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     1    ments  of  persons  licensed  under  those
     2    articles,  shall  prohibit  or  limit  the
     3    activities  or  services  of any person in
     4    the  employ  of a program or service oper-
     5    ated,  certified,  regulated,  funded,  or
     6    approved  by,  or  under contract with the
     7    state  office  for  the  aging,  a   local
     8    governmental  unit as such term is defined
     9    in article 41 of the mental  hygiene  law,
    10    and/or a local social services district as
    11    defined   in  section  61  of  the  social
    12    services law, and all such entities  shall
    13    be  considered to be approved settings for
    14    the receipt of supervised  experience  for
    15    the  professions governed by articles 153,
    16    154 and 163  of  the  education  law,  and
    17    furthermore,   no  such  entity  shall  be
    18    required to apply for nor be  required  to
    19    receive   a  waiver  pursuant  to  section
    20    6503-a of the education law  in  order  to
    21    perform  any  activities  or  provide  any
    22    services (10329) ............................. 1,072,000
    23  For state aid grants to naturally  occurring
    24    retirement   communities  (NORC).  Funding
    25    priority shall be given to the renewal  of
    26    existing  contracts  with the state office
    27    for the aging. No  expenditures  shall  be
    28    made  from  this  appropriation  until the
    29    director of the budget has approved a plan
    30    submitted  by  the  office  outlining  the
    31    amounts to be distributed by provider.
    32  Notwithstanding  any  provision  of articles
    33    153, 154 and 163  of  the  education  law,
    34    there  shall  be  an  exemption  from  the
    35    professional  licensure  requirements   of
    36    such  articles,  and  nothing contained in
    37    such articles, or in any other  provisions
    38    of  law  related to the licensure require-
    39    ments  of  persons  licensed  under  those
    40    articles,  shall  prohibit  or  limit  the
    41    activities or services of  any  person  in
    42    the  employ  of a program or service oper-
    43    ated,  certified,  regulated,  funded,  or
    44    approved  by,  or  under contract with the
    45    state  office  for  the  aging,  a   local
    46    governmental  unit as such term is defined
    47    in article 41 of the mental  hygiene  law,
    48    and/or a local social services district as
    49    defined   in  section  61  of  the  social
    50    services law, and all such entities  shall
    51    be  considered to be approved settings for
    52    the receipt of supervised  experience  for

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     1    the  professions governed by articles 153,
     2    154 and 163  of  the  education  law,  and
     3    furthermore,   no  such  entity  shall  be
     4    required  to  apply for nor be required to
     5    receive  a  waiver  pursuant  to   section
     6    6503-a  of  the  education law in order to
     7    perform  any  activities  or  provide  any
     8    services (10330) ............................. 2,027,500
     9  For   state   aid   grants  to  neighborhood
    10    naturally occurring retirement communities
    11    (NNORC). Funding priority shall  be  given
    12    to  the renewal of existing contracts with
    13    the state office for the aging. No expend-
    14    itures shall be made from  this  appropri-
    15    ation until the director of the budget has
    16    approved  a  plan  submitted by the office
    17    outlining the amounts to be distributed by
    18    provider.
    19  Notwithstanding any  provision  of  articles
    20    153,  154  and  163  of the education law,
    21    there  shall  be  an  exemption  from  the
    22    professional   licensure  requirements  of
    23    such articles, and  nothing  contained  in
    24    such  articles, or in any other provisions
    25    of law related to the  licensure  require-
    26    ments  of  persons  licensed  under  those
    27    articles,  shall  prohibit  or  limit  the
    28    activities  or  services  of any person in
    29    the employ of a program or  service  oper-
    30    ated,  certified,  regulated,  funded,  or
    31    approved by, or under  contract  with  the
    32    state   office  for  the  aging,  a  local
    33    governmental unit as such term is  defined
    34    in  article  41 of the mental hygiene law,
    35    and/or a local social services district as
    36    defined  in  section  61  of  the   social
    37    services  law, and all such entities shall
    38    be considered to be approved settings  for
    39    the  receipt  of supervised experience for
    40    the professions governed by articles  153,
    41    154  and  163  of  the  education law, and
    42    furthermore,  no  such  entity  shall   be
    43    required  to  apply for nor be required to
    44    receive  a  waiver  pursuant  to   section
    45    6503-a  of  the  education law in order to
    46    perform  any  activities  or  provide  any
    47    services (10331) ............................. 2,027,500
    48  For  grants in aid to the 59 designated area
    49    agencies on aging for transportation oper-
    50    ating  expenses  related  to  serving  the
    51    elderly.  Funds  shall  be  allocated from

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     1    this  appropriation  pursuant  to  a  plan
     2    prepared  by  the  director  of  the state
     3    office  for  the aging and approved by the
     4    director of the budget (10885) ............... 1,121,000
     5  For grants to the area agencies on aging for
     6    the health  insurance  information,  coun-
     7    seling and assistance program (10335) .......... 921,000
     8  For  state  matching  funds for services and
     9    expenses to match federally  funded  model
    10    projects    and/or   demonstration   grant
    11    programs, a portion of which may be trans-
    12    ferred to state  operations  or  to  other
    13    entities  as  necessary  to  meet  federal
    14    grant objectives (10336) ....................... 175,000
    15  For the  managed  care  consumer  assistance
    16    program   for  the  purpose  of  providing
    17    education,  outreach,   one-on-one   coun-
    18    seling,  monitoring  of the implementation
    19    of medicare part D,  and  assistance  with
    20    drug  appeals and fair hearings related to
    21    medicare part D coverage for  persons  who
    22    are  eligible  for  medical assistance and
    23    who are also beneficiaries under part D of
    24    title XVIII of the federal social security
    25    act and for participants  of  the  elderly
    26    pharmaceutical  insurance coverage program
    27    (EPIC) in accordance with the following:
    28  Medicare Rights Center (10340) ................... 793,000
    29  New York StateWide  Senior  Action  Council,
    30    Inc. (10341) ................................... 354,000
    31  New York Legal Assistance Group (10342) .......... 222,000
    32  Legal Aid Society of New York (10343) ............ 111,000
    33  Empire Justice Center (10345) .................... 155,000
    34  Community Service Society (10346) ................ 132,000
    35  For services and expenses of the retired and
    36    senior volunteer program (RSVP) (10324) ........ 216,500
    37  For  services and expenses of the EAC/Nassau
    38    senior respite program (10325) ................. 118,500
    39  For services and expenses of the home  aides
    40    of  central  New York, Inc. senior respite
    41    program (10326) ................................. 71,000
    42  For services and expenses of  the  New  York
    43    foundation  for senior citizens home shar-
    44    ing and respite care program (10327) ............ 86,000
    45  For services  and  expenses  of  the  foster
    46    grandparents program (10332) .................... 98,000
    47  For  services  and  expenses  related  to an
    48    elderly  abuse  education   and   outreach
    49    program  in accordance with section 219 of
    50    the elder law funding  priority  shall  be
    51    given to the renewal of existing contracts

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     1    with   the  state  office  for  the  aging
     2    (10333) ........................................ 745,000
     3  For  services  and  expenses  related to the
     4    livable  new  york  initiative  to  create
     5    neighborhoods  that  consider the evolving
     6    needs and preferences of all  their  resi-
     7    dents (10866) .................................. 122,500
     8  For  services  and  expenses of the new york
     9    state adult day services association, inc.
    10    related to providing training and  techni-
    11    cal   assistance   to   social  adult  day
    12    services  programs  in  new   york   state
    13    regarding the quality of services (10867) ...... 122,500
    14  For  services  and  expenses  related to the
    15    congregate services initiative. No expend-
    16    itures shall be made from  this  appropri-
    17    ation until the director of the budget has
    18    approved  a  plan  submitted by the office
    19    outlining the amounts and purposes of such
    20    expenditures and the allocation  of  funds
    21    among the counties (10320) ..................... 403,000
    22  For services and expenses of New York State-
    23    wide  Senior  Action Council, Inc. for the
    24    patients'  rights  hotline  and   advocacy
    25    project (10334) ................................. 31,500
    26  For  services and expenses related to making
    27    improvements in the long term care  system
    28    for  the  point  of entry initiatives, for
    29    the purposes of expanding and promoting  a
    30    more  coordinated  level  of  care for the
    31    delivery of quality services in the commu-
    32    nity.
    33  Notwithstanding any  provision  of  articles
    34    153,  154  and  163  of the education law,
    35    there  shall  be  an  exemption  from  the
    36    professional   licensure  requirements  of
    37    such articles, and  nothing  contained  in
    38    such  articles, or in any other provisions
    39    of law related to the  licensure  require-
    40    ments  of  persons  licensed  under  those
    41    articles,  shall  prohibit  or  limit  the
    42    activities  or  services  of any person in
    43    the employ of a program or  service  oper-
    44    ated,  certified,  regulated,  funded,  or
    45    approved by, or under  contract  with  the
    46    state   office  for  the  aging,  a  local
    47    governmental unit as such term is  defined
    48    in  article  41 of the mental hygiene law,
    49    and/or a local social services district as
    50    defined  in  section  61  of  the   social
    51    services  law, and all such entities shall
    52    be considered to be approved settings  for

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     1    the  receipt  of supervised experience for
     2    the professions governed by articles  153,
     3    154  and  163  of  the  education law, and
     4    furthermore,   no  such  entity  shall  be
     5    required to apply for nor be  required  to
     6    receive   a  waiver  pursuant  to  section
     7    6503-a of the education law  in  order  to
     8    perform  any  activities  or  provide  any
     9    services (10884) ............................. 3,350,000
    10  For services and expenses of the Association
    11    on Aging in  New  York  State  to  provide
    12    training,  education and technical assist-
    13    ance to the area  agencies  on  aging  and
    14    aging network service contractor staff for
    15    professional development (10810) ............... 250,000
    16  For  services  and expenses of the office of
    17    the aging to implement subdivision 3-d  of
    18    section  1  of part C of chapter 57 of the
    19    laws of 2006 as amended by  section  2  of
    20    part  I  of chapter 60 of the laws of 2014
    21    to provide funding  for  salary  increases
    22    for the period April 1, 2016 through March
    23    31,   2017.   Notwithstanding   any  other
    24    provision of  law  to  the  contrary,  and
    25    subject to the approval of the director of
    26    the budget, the amounts appropriated here-
    27    in may be increased or decreased by inter-
    28    change  or  transfer  without limit to any
    29    local assistance  appropriation,  and  may
    30    include  advances to local governments and
    31    voluntary  agencies,  to  accomplish  this
    32    purpose (10815) .............................. 7,400,000
    33  Notwithstanding  subparagraph  (1)  of para-
    34    graph (b) of subdivision 4 of section  214
    35    of the elder law or any other provision of
    36    law  for  additional services and expenses
    37    related to the community services for  the
    38    elderly grant program ........................ 1,000,000
    39  For  additional services and expenses of the
    40    New York foundation  for  senior  citizens
    41    home sharing and respite care program ........... 86,000
    42  For  additional services and expenses of New
    43    York Statewide Senior Action Council, Inc.
    44    for the patients' rights hotline and advo-
    45    cacy project .................................... 31,500
    46  For  services  and  expenses  of   Riverdale
    47    Senior Services, Inc ........................... 100,000
    48  For  services  and  expenses of Emerald Isle
    49    Immigration Center, Inc ........................ 100,000
    50  For services and  expenses  related  to  the
    51    Lifespan  Elder  Abuse  Prevention Program
    52    for  services  related  to   elder   abuse

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     1    prevention services, public education, and
     2    training ....................................... 200,000
     3  For  services  and  expenses for Lifespan of
     4    Greater Rochester, Inc. for sustainability
     5    and expansion of Enhanced  Multi-Discipli-
     6    nary Teams as implemented under the feder-
     7    al  Elder  Abuse Preventions Interventions
     8    Initiative and related data collection and
     9    reporting ...................................... 500,000
    10  For services and expenses of Meals on Wheels
    11    Programs & Services of Rockland, Inc. ........... 50,000
    12  For  services  and  expenses  of  the  North
    13    Flushing  Senior  Center, serving Mitchell
    14    Linden Community ............................... 100,000
    15  For  services  and  expenses  of  the  North
    16    Flushing Senior Center at College Point ........ 100,000
    17  For services and expenses of Senior Citizens
    18    Service  Center of Gloversville and Fulton
    19    County Inc. ..................................... 30,000
    20  For services and expenses  of  Services  Now
    21    for Adult Persons, Inc. ........................ 250,000
    22  For services and expenses of Jewish Communi-
    23    ty Center of Hillcrest, Inc .................... 100,000
    24  For services and expenses of HANAC, Inc ........... 50,000
    25  For  services  and  expenses of Services and
    26    Advocacy for Gay, Lesbian,  Bisexual,  and
    27    Transgender Elders (SAGE) ...................... 150,000
    28  For  services  and  expenses  of  Council of
    29    Senior Centers and Services  of  NYC,  Inc
    30    dba  LiveOn NY related to a SCRIE outreach
    31    program ........................................ 150,000
    32  For services and expenses of Allerton Avenue
    33    Homeowners and Tenants Association related
    34    to the operation of a senior center ............. 25,000
    35                                              --------------
    36      Program account subtotal ................. 132,883,000
    37                                              --------------
 
    38    Special Revenue Funds - Federal
    39    Federal Health and Human Services Fund
    40    FHHS Aid to Localities Account - 25177
 
    41  For programs provided under  the  titles  of
    42    the  federal older Americans act and other
    43    health and human services programs.
    44  Notwithstanding any  provision  of  articles
    45    153,  154  and  163  of the education law,
    46    there  shall  be  an  exemption  from  the
    47    professional   licensure  requirements  of
    48    such articles, and  nothing  contained  in
    49    such  articles, or in any other provisions
    50    of law related to the  licensure  require-

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     1    ments  of  persons  licensed  under  those
     2    articles,  shall  prohibit  or  limit  the
     3    activities  or  services  of any person in
     4    the  employ  of a program or service oper-
     5    ated,  certified,  regulated,  funded,  or
     6    approved  by,  or  under contract with the
     7    state  office  for  the  aging,  a   local
     8    governmental  unit as such term is defined
     9    in article 41 of the mental  hygiene  law,
    10    and/or a local social services district as
    11    defined   in  section  61  of  the  social
    12    services law, and all such entities  shall
    13    be  considered to be approved settings for
    14    the receipt of supervised  experience  for
    15    the  professions governed by articles 153,
    16    154 and 163  of  the  education  law,  and
    17    furthermore,   no  such  entity  shall  be
    18    required to apply for nor be  required  to
    19    receive   a  waiver  pursuant  to  section
    20    6503-a of the education law  in  order  to
    21    perform  any  activities  or  provide  any
    22    services.
    23  Title III-b social services (10894) ........... 26,000,000
    24  Title III-c nutrition programs, including  a
    25    suballocation  to the department of health
    26    to be transferred to state operations  for
    27    nutrition program activities (10893) ........ 41,385,000
    28  Title III-e caregivers (10892) ................ 12,000,000
    29  Health and human services programs (10891) ..... 9,000,000
    30  Nutrition services incentive program (10890) .. 17,000,000
    31                                              --------------
    32      Program account subtotal ................. 105,385,000
    33                                              --------------
 
    34    Special Revenue Funds - Federal
    35    Federal Miscellaneous Operating Grants Fund
    36    Office for the Aging Federal Grants Account - 25300
 
    37  For  services  and  expenses  related to the
    38    provision  of  aging   services   programs
    39    (10883) ........................................ 600,000
    40                                              --------------
    41      Program account subtotal ..................... 600,000
    42                                              --------------
 
    43    Special Revenue Funds - Federal
    44    Federal Miscellaneous Operating Grants Fund
    45    Senior Community Service Employment Account - 25444
 
    46  For  the senior community service employment
    47    program provided  under  title  V  of  the
    48    federal older Americans act (10887) .......... 9,000,000

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     1                                              --------------
     2      Program account subtotal ................... 9,000,000
     3                                              --------------
 
     4    Special Revenue Funds - Other
     5    Combined Expendable Trust Fund
     6    Aging Grants and Bequest Account - 20196
 
     7  For  services  and  expenses  of  the  state
     8    office for the aging (81034) ................... 980,000
     9                                              --------------
    10      Program account subtotal ..................... 980,000
    11                                              --------------

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     1  COMMUNITY SERVICES PROGRAM
 
     2    General Fund
     3    Local Assistance Account - 10000
 
     4  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2015:
     5    For  services  and  expenses,  including  the  payment  of liabilities
     6      incurred prior to April 1, 2015, related to the  community  services
     7      elderly  grant  program.  No  expenditures  shall  be made from this
     8      appropriation until the director of the budget has approved  a  plan
     9      submitted  by  the office outlining the amounts and purposes of such
    10      expenditures  and  the  allocation  of  funds  among  the  counties.
    11      Notwithstanding  any  provision  of  law,  rule or regulation to the
    12      contrary, subject to the approval of the  director  of  the  budget,
    13      funds appropriated herein for the community services for the elderly
    14      program  (CSE)  and  the  expanded  in-home services for the elderly
    15      program (EISEP) may be used in accordance with a waiver or reduction
    16      in county maintenance of effort requirements established pursuant to
    17      section 214 of the elder law, except for base year expenditures.  To
    18      the  extent  that funds hereby appropriated are sufficient to exceed
    19      the per capita limit established in section 214 of  the  elder  law,
    20      the  excess  funds shall be available to supplement the existing per
    21      capita level in a uniform manner  consistent  with  statutory  allo-
    22      cations.
    23    Notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law, including section 1
    24      of part C of chapter 57 of the laws of 2006, as amended by section 1
    25      of part I of chapter 60 of the laws of 2014, for the period commenc-
    26      ing  on  April  1,  2015  and ending March 31, 2016 the commissioner
    27      shall not apply any cost of living adjustment  for  the  purpose  of
    28      establishing  rates  of  payments,  contracts  or  any other form of
    29      reimbursement ... 25,296,000 ..................... (re. $10,661,000)
    30    For planning and implementation, including the payment of  liabilities
    31      incurred  prior  to April 1, 2015, of a program of expanded in-home,
    32      case management and ancillary community  services  for  the  elderly
    33      (EISEP). No expenditures shall be made from this appropriation until
    34      the  director  of  the  budget  has approved a plan submitted by the
    35      office outlining the amounts and purposes of such  expenditures  and
    36      the  allocation  of  funds among the counties, including the city of
    37      New York.
    38    Notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law, including section 1
    39      of part C of chapter 57 of the laws of 2006, as amended by section 1
    40      of part I of chapter 60 of the laws of 2014, for the period commenc-
    41      ing on April 1, 2015 and ending  March  31,  2016  the  commissioner
    42      shall  not  apply  any  cost of living adjustment for the purpose of
    43      establishing rates of payments,  contracts  or  any  other  form  of
    44      reimbursement ... 50,012,000 ..................... (re. $15,564,000)
    45    For  services and expenses of grants to area agencies on aging for the
    46      establishment and operation of caregiver resource centers ..........
    47      353,000 ............................................. (re. $162,000)
    48    For services  and  expenses,  including  the  payment  of  liabilities
    49      incurred  prior  to  April  1, 2015, associated with the wellness in
    50      nutrition (WIN) program, formerly known as the  supplemental  nutri-

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     1      tion  assistance  program  (SNAP),  including a suballocation to the
     2      department of agriculture and markets to  be  transferred  to  state
     3      operations  for administrative costs of the farmers market nutrition
     4      program.  Up to $200,000 of this appropriation may be made available
     5      to the Council of Senior Centers and Services of New  York  City  to
     6      provide outreach within the older adult SNAP initiative. No expendi-
     7      ture shall be made from this appropriation until the director of the
     8      budget  has  approved  a  plan submitted by the office outlining the
     9      amounts and purpose of such expenditures and the allocation of funds
    10      among the counties.
    11    Notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law, including section 1
    12      of part C of chapter 57 of the laws of 2006, as amended by section 1
    13      of part I of chapter 60 of the laws of 2014, for the period commenc-
    14      ing on April 1, 2015 and ending  March  31,  2016  the  commissioner
    15      shall  not  apply  any  cost of living adjustment for the purpose of
    16      establishing rates of payments,  contracts  or  any  other  form  of
    17      reimbursement (10322) ... 27,326,000 ................ (re. $200,000)
    18    Local grants for services and expenses of the long-term care ombudsman
    19      program (10323) ... 690,000 ......................... (re. $589,000)
    20    For  state aid grants to providers of respite services to the elderly.
    21      Funding priority shall be given to the renewal of existing contracts
    22      with the state office for the aging. No expenditures shall  be  made
    23      from  this  appropriation  until  the  director  of  the  budget has
    24      approved a plan submitted by the office outlining the amounts to  be
    25      distributed by provider (10328) ... 656,000 ......... (re. $656,000)
    26    For  state aid grants to providers of social model adult day services.
    27      Funding priority shall be given to the renewal of existing contracts
    28      with the state office for the aging. No expenditures shall  be  made
    29      from  this  appropriation  until  the  director  of  the  budget has
    30      approved a plan submitted by the office outlining the amounts to  be
    31      distributed by provider (10329) ... 1,072,000 ..... (re. $1,072,000)
    32    For  state  aid  grants  to naturally occurring retirement communities
    33      (NORC). Funding priority shall be given to the renewal  of  existing
    34      contracts with the state office for the aging. No expenditures shall
    35      be made from this appropriation until the director of the budget has
    36      approved  a plan submitted by the office outlining the amounts to be
    37      distributed by provider (10330) ... 2,027,500 ..... (re. $1,907,000)
    38    For state aid grants to neighborhood  naturally  occurring  retirement
    39      communities  (NNORC). Funding priority shall be given to the renewal
    40      of existing contracts with  the  state  office  for  the  aging.  No
    41      expenditures  shall be made from this appropriation until the direc-
    42      tor of the budget has  approved  a  plan  submitted  by  the  office
    43      outlining the amounts to be distributed by provider (10331) ........
    44      2,027,500 ......................................... (re. $2,027,500)
    45    For  grants  in  aid  to  the 59 designated area agencies on aging for
    46      transportation operating expenses related to  serving  the  elderly.
    47      Funds  shall be allocated from this appropriation pursuant to a plan
    48      prepared by the director of the  state  office  for  the  aging  and
    49      approved by the director of the budget .............................
    50      1,121,000 ........................................... (re. $526,000)

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     1    For  grants  to  the  area  agencies on aging for the health insurance
     2      information, counseling and assistance program .....................
     3      921,000 ............................................. (re. $163,000)
     4    For  state matching funds for services and expenses to match federally
     5      funded model projects and/or demonstration grant programs, a portion
     6      of which may be transferred to state operations or to other entities
     7      as necessary to meet federal grant objectives (10336) ..............
     8      175,000 ............................................. (re. $175,000)
     9    For the managed care consumer assistance program for  the  purpose  of
    10      providing  education, outreach, one-on-one counseling, monitoring of
    11      the implementation of medicare part  D,  and  assistance  with  drug
    12      appeals  and  fair  hearings related to medicare part D coverage for
    13      persons who are eligible for medical assistance  and  who  are  also
    14      beneficiaries  under  part  D  of  title XVIII of the federal social
    15      security act and for  participants  of  the  elderly  pharmaceutical
    16      insurance coverage program (EPIC) in accordance with the following:
    17    Medicare Rights Center (10340) ... 793,000 ............ (re. $595,000)
    18    New York StateWide Senior Action Council, Inc. (10341) ...............
    19      354,000 ............................................. (re. $212,000)
    20    New York Legal Assistance Group (10342) ... 222,000 ... (re. $222,000)
    21    Legal Aid Society of New York (10343) ... 111,000 ..... (re. $111,000)
    22    Empire Justice Center (10345) ... 155,000 ............. (re. $155,000)
    23    Community Service Society (10346) ... 132,000 ......... (re. $132,000)
    24    For  services and expenses of the retired and senior volunteer program
    25      (RSVP) ... 216,500 .................................. (re. $124,000)
    26    For services and expenses of the EAC/Nassau senior respite program ...
    27      118,500 .............................................. (re. $74,000)
    28    For services and expenses of the home aides of central New York,  Inc.
    29      senior respite program ... 71,000 .................... (re. $71,000)
    30    For  services and expenses of the New York foundation for senior citi-
    31      zens home sharing and respite care program .........................
    32      86,000 ............................................... (re. $86,000)
    33    For services and expenses of the foster grandparents program .........
    34      98,000 ............................................... (re. $73,000)
    35    For services and expenses related to an elderly  abuse  education  and
    36      outreach  program  in  accordance  with section 219 of the elder law
    37      funding priority shall be given to the renewal of existing contracts
    38      with the state office for the aging (10333) ........................
    39      745,000 ............................................. (re. $745,000)
    40    For services and expenses related to the livable new  york  initiative
    41      to create neighborhoods that consider the evolving needs and prefer-
    42      ences of all their residents (10866) ...............................
    43      122,500 ............................................. (re. $122,500)
    44    For  services  and  expenses  of the new york state adult day services
    45      association,  inc.  related  to  providing  training  and  technical
    46      assistance  to  social adult day services programs in new york state
    47      regarding the quality of services (10867) ..........................
    48      122,500 .............................................. (re. $91,000)
    49    For services and expenses related to the  congregate  services  initi-
    50      ative.  No  expenditures shall be made from this appropriation until
    51      the director of the budget has approved  a  plan  submitted  by  the
    52      office  outlining  the amounts and purposes of such expenditures and

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     1      the allocation of funds among the counties .........................
     2      403,000 ............................................. (re. $181,000)
     3    For services and expenses of New York Statewide Senior Action Council,
     4      Inc.  for  the patients' rights hotline and advocacy project (10334)
     5      31,500 ............................................... (re. $31,500)
     6    For services and expenses related to making improvements in  the  long
     7      term  care  system  for  the  point  of  entry  initiatives, for the
     8      purposes of expanding and promoting a more coordinated level of care
     9      for the delivery of quality services in the community (10884) ......
    10      3,350,000 ......................................... (re. $3,350,000)
    11    For services and expenses of the Association  on  Aging  in  New  York
    12      State to provide training, education and technical assistance to the
    13      area  agencies  on  aging and aging network service contractor staff
    14      for professional development (10810) ... 250,000 .... (re. $250,000)
    15    For services and expenses of the office  of  the  aging  to  implement
    16      subdivision  3-d of section 1 of part C of chapter 57 of the laws of
    17      2006 as amended by section 2 of part I of chapter 60 of the laws  of
    18      2014 to provide funding for salary increases for the period April 1,
    19      2015  through March 31, 2016. Notwithstanding any other provision of
    20      law to the contrary, and subject to the approval of the director  of
    21      the  budget,  the  amounts  appropriated  herein may be increased or
    22      decreased by interchange or transfer  without  limit  to  any  local
    23      assistance  appropriation, and may include advances to local govern-
    24      ments and voluntary agencies, to accomplish this purpose (10815) ...
    25      7,400,000 ......................................... (re. $7,387,000)
    26    Notwithstanding subparagraph (1) of paragraph (b) of subdivision 4  of
    27      section 214 of the elder law or any other provision of law for addi-
    28      tional  services  and expenses related to the community services for
    29      the elderly grant program ... 2,500,000 ........... (re. $1,481,000)
    30    For services and expenses for the long  term  care  ombudsman  program
    31      (LTCOP).  Notwithstanding any other provision of the law, no payment
    32      shall be made from this appropriation until it has been demonstrated
    33      that the funds have been made available first to county offices  for
    34      the  aging administering the LTCOP program and that those funds have
    35      either been accepted or refused therein ............................
    36      500,000 ............................................. (re. $262,000)
    37    For additional services and expenses of the New  York  foundation  for
    38      senior citizens home sharing and respite care program (10306) ......
    39      86,000 ............................................... (re. $86,000)
    40    For  additional  services  and  expenses  of New York Statewide Senior
    41      Action Council, Inc. for the patients' rights hotline  and  advocacy
    42      project (10305) ... 31,500 ........................... (re. $31,500)
    43    For  services and expenses of the Hebrew Home at Riverdale (10308) ...
    44      200,000 ............................................. (re. $200,000)
    45    For services and expenses of Riverdale Senior  Services,  Inc  (10309)
    46      100,000 ............................................. (re. $100,000)
    47    For  services  and  expenses  of  Emerald Isle Immigration Center, Inc
    48      (10822) ... 100,000 ................................. (re. $100,000)
    49    For  services  and  expenses  related  to  the  Lifespan  Elder  Abuse
    50      Prevention  Program  for  services related to elder abuse prevention
    51      services, public education, and training (10808) ...................
    52      200,000 ............................................. (re. $200,000)

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     1    For services and expenses of Jewish Community Council of Greater Coney
     2      Island, Inc (10823) ... 312,000 ..................... (re. $312,000)
     3    For  services  and  expenses of Meals on Wheels Programs & Services of
     4      Rockland, Inc (10824) ... 50,000 ..................... (re. $50,000)
     5    For services and expenses of Samuel Field YM & YWHA, Inc (10825) .....
     6      100,000 ............................................. (re. $100,000)
 
     7  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2014:
     8    For services  and  expenses,  including  the  payment  of  liabilities
     9      incurred  prior  to April 1, 2014, related to the community services
    10      elderly grant program. No  expenditures  shall  be  made  from  this
    11      appropriation  until  the director of the budget has approved a plan
    12      submitted by the office outlining the amounts and purposes  of  such
    13      expenditures  and  the  allocation  of  funds  among  the  counties.
    14      Notwithstanding any provision of law,  rule  or  regulation  to  the
    15      contrary,  subject  to  the  approval of the director of the budget,
    16      funds appropriated herein for the community services for the elderly
    17      program (CSE) and the expanded  in-home  services  for  the  elderly
    18      program (EISEP) may be used in accordance with a waiver or reduction
    19      in county maintenance of effort requirements established pursuant to
    20      section  214 of the elder law, except for base year expenditures. To
    21      the extent that funds hereby appropriated are sufficient  to  exceed
    22      the  per  capita  limit established in section 214 of the elder law,
    23      the excess funds shall be available to supplement the  existing  per
    24      capita  level  in  a  uniform manner consistent with statutory allo-
    25      cations.
    26    Notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law, including section 1
    27      of part C of chapter 57 of the laws of 2006, as amended by section 1
    28      of part N of chapter 56 of the laws of 2013, for the period commenc-
    29      ing on April 1, 2014 and ending  March  31,  2015  the  commissioner
    30      shall  not  apply  any  cost of living adjustment for the purpose of
    31      establishing rates of payments,  contracts  or  any  other  form  of
    32      reimbursement ... 20,296,000 ......................... (re. $48,000)
    33    For  services  and  expenses,  including  the  payment  of liabilities
    34      incurred prior to April 1, 2014, associated  with  the  wellness  in
    35      nutrition  (WIN)  program, formerly known as the supplemental nutri-
    36      tion assistance program (SNAP), including  a  suballocation  to  the
    37      department  of  agriculture  and  markets to be transferred to state
    38      operations for administrative costs of the farmers market  nutrition
    39      program.  Up to $200,000 of this appropriation may be made available
    40      to the Council of Senior Centers and Services of New  York  City  to
    41      provide outreach within the older adult SNAP initiative. No expendi-
    42      ture shall be made from this appropriation until the director of the
    43      budget  has  approved  a  plan submitted by the office outlining the
    44      amounts and purpose of such expenditures and the allocation of funds
    45      among the counties.
    46    Notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law, including section 1
    47      of part C of chapter 57 of the laws of 2006, as amended by section 1
    48      of part N of chapter 56 of the laws of 2013, for the period commenc-
    49      ing on April 1, 2014 and ending  March  31,  2015  the  commissioner
    50      shall  not  apply  any  cost of living adjustment for the purpose of

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     1      establishing rates of payments,  contracts  or  any  other  form  of
     2      reimbursement ... 27,326,000 ..................... (re. $18,645,000)
     3    Local grants for services and expenses of the long-term care ombudsman
     4      program ... 690,000 ................................. (re. $346,000)
     5    For  state aid grants to providers of respite services to the elderly.
     6      Funding priority shall be given to the renewal of existing contracts
     7      with the state office for the aging. No expenditures shall  be  made
     8      from  this  appropriation  until  the  director  of  the  budget has
     9      approved a plan submitted by the office outlining the amounts to  be
    10      distributed by provider ... 656,000 ................. (re. $400,000)
    11    For  state aid grants to providers of social model adult day services.
    12      Funding priority shall be given to the renewal of existing contracts
    13      with the state office for the aging. No expenditures shall  be  made
    14      from  this  appropriation  until  the  director  of  the  budget has
    15      approved a plan submitted by the office outlining the amounts to  be
    16      distributed by provider ... 1,072,000 ............. (re. $1,018,000)
    17    For  state  aid  grants  to naturally occurring retirement communities
    18      (NORC). Funding priority shall be given to the renewal  of  existing
    19      contracts with the state office for the aging. No expenditures shall
    20      be made from this appropriation until the director of the budget has
    21      approved  a plan submitted by the office outlining the amounts to be
    22      distributed by provider ... 2,027,500 ............... (re. $587,000)
    23    For state aid grants to neighborhood  naturally  occurring  retirement
    24      communities  (NNORC). Funding priority shall be given to the renewal
    25      of existing contracts with the state  office  for  the  aging.    No
    26      expenditures  shall be made from this appropriation until the direc-
    27      tor of the budget has  approved  a  plan  submitted  by  the  office
    28      outlining the amounts to be distributed by provider ................
    29      2,027,500 ......................................... (re. $1,657,000)
    30    For  grants  in  aid  to  the 59 designated area agencies on aging for
    31      transportation operating expenses related to  serving  the  elderly.
    32      Funds  shall be allocated from this appropriation pursuant to a plan
    33      prepared by the director of the  state  office  for  the  aging  and
    34      approved by the director of the budget .............................
    35      1,121,000 ............................................. (re. $8,000)
    36    For  state matching funds for services and expenses to match federally
    37      funded model projects and/or demonstration grant programs, a portion
    38      of which may be transferred to state operations or to other entities
    39      as necessary to meet federal grant objectives ......................
    40      236,000 ............................................. (re. $236,000)
    41    For the managed care consumer assistance program for  the  purpose  of
    42      providing  education, outreach, one-on-one counseling, monitoring of
    43      the implementation of medicare part  D,  and  assistance  with  drug
    44      appeals  and  fair  hearings related to medicare part D coverage for
    45      persons who are eligible for medical assistance  and  who  are  also
    46      beneficiaries  under  part  D  of  title XVIII of the federal social
    47      security act and for  participants  of  the  elderly  pharmaceutical
    48      insurance coverage program (EPIC) in accordance with the following:
    49    Legal Aid Society of New York ... 111,000 .............. (re. $82,000)
    50    Empire Justice Center ... 155,000 ...................... (re. $39,000)
    51    For  services and expenses of the home aides of central New York, Inc.
    52      senior respite program ... 71,000 .................... (re. $71,000)

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                     AID TO LOCALITIES - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2016-17

     1    For services and expenses of the New York foundation for senior  citi-
     2      zens home sharing and respite care program .........................
     3      86,000 ................................................ (re. $5,000)
     4    For  services  and  expenses related to an elderly abuse education and
     5      outreach program in accordance with section 219  of  the  elder  law
     6      funding priority shall be given to the renewal of existing contracts
     7      with the state office for the aging ... 745,000 ..... (re. $500,000)
     8    For  services  and expenses related to the livable new york initiative
     9      to create neighborhoods that consider the evolving needs and prefer-
    10      ences of all their residents ... 122,500 ............ (re. $122,500)
    11    For services and expenses of the new york  state  adult  day  services
    12      association,  inc.  related  to  providing  training  and  technical
    13      assistance to social adult day services programs in new  york  state
    14      regarding the quality of services ... 122,500 ........ (re. $62,000)
    15    For  services  and  expenses related to the congregate services initi-
    16      ative. No expenditures shall be made from this  appropriation  until
    17      the  director  of  the  budget  has approved a plan submitted by the
    18      office outlining the amounts and purposes of such  expenditures  and
    19      the allocation of funds among the counties .........................
    20      403,000 ............................................... (re. $4,000)
    21    For  services  and expenses related to making improvements in the long
    22      term care system  for  the  point  of  entry  initiatives,  for  the
    23      purposes of expanding and promoting a more coordinated level of care
    24      for the delivery of quality services in the community ..............
    25      3,350,000 ........................................... (re. $200,000)
    26    For  services  and  expenses  of  the Association on Aging in New York
    27      State to provide training, education and technical assistance to the
    28      area agencies on aging and aging network  service  contractor  staff
    29      for professional development ... 250,000 ............ (re. $250,000)
    30    For  additional  services  and expenses of the New York foundation for
    31      senior citizens home sharing and respite care program ..............
    32      86,000 ............................................... (re. $44,000)
    33    For services and expenses of the Hebrew Home at riverdale for services
    34      related to but not limited to  elder  abuse  prevention,  long  term
    35      care, and a comprehensive public awareness campaign ................
    36      300,000 .............................................. (re. $51,000)
    37    For services and expenses of the Emerald Isle Meals on Wheels ........
    38      100,000 .............................................. (re. $75,000)
    39    For  services  and  expenses  of  the Greater Whitestone Taxpayers and
    40      Civic Association Senior Center ... 100,000 .......... (re. $75,000)
    41    For services and expenses of the North Flushing Senior Center, serving
    42      Mitchell Linden Community ... 100,000 ................ (re. $30,000)
    43    For services and expenses of  the  North  Flushing  Senior  Center  at
    44      College Point ... 100,000 ............................ (re. $31,000)
    45    For  services  and  expenses  of  the office of the aging to implement
    46      subdivision 3-d of section 1 of part C of chapter 57 of the laws  of
    47      2006  as  added  by a chapter of the laws of 2014 to provide funding
    48      for salary increases for the period April 1, 2014 through March  31,
    49      2015.  Notwithstanding  any  other provision of law to the contrary,
    50      and subject to the approval of  the  director  of  the  budget,  the
    51      amounts  appropriated herein may be increased or decreased by inter-
    52      change or transfer without limit to any local  assistance  appropri-

                                           23                         12653-10-6
 
                                  OFFICE FOR THE AGING
 
                     AID TO LOCALITIES - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2016-17
 
     1      ation,  and  may include advances to local governments and voluntary
     2      agencies, to accomplish this purpose ... 930,000 .... (re. $895,000)
 
     3  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2013:
     4    For  state aid grants to providers of respite services to the elderly.
     5      Funding priority shall be given to the renewal of existing contracts
     6      with the state office for the aging. No expenditures shall  be  made
     7      from  this  appropriation  until  the  director  of  the  budget has
     8      approved a plan submitted by the office outlining the amounts to  be
     9      distributed by provider.
    10    Notwithstanding  any  provision  of  articles  153, 154 and 163 of the
    11      education law, there shall be an  exemption  from  the  professional
    12      licensure  requirements  of  such articles, and nothing contained in
    13      such articles, or in any other provisions  of  law  related  to  the
    14      licensure  requirements  of  persons  licensed under those articles,
    15      shall prohibit or limit the activities or services of any person  in
    16      the  employ  of a program or service operated, certified, regulated,
    17      funded or approved by the  state  office  for  the  aging,  a  local
    18      governmental  unit  as  such  term  is  defined in article 41 of the
    19      mental hygiene law, and/or  a  local  social  services  district  as
    20      defined in section 61 of the social services law, and all such enti-
    21      ties  shall be considered to be approved settings for the receipt of
    22      supervised experience for the professions governed by articles  153,
    23      154  and  163  of the education law, and furthermore, no such entity
    24      shall be required to apply for nor be required to receive  a  waiver
    25      pursuant  to section 6503-a of the education law in order to perform
    26      any activities or provide any services .............................
    27      656,000 ............................................. (re. $212,000)
    28    For state aid grants to providers of social model adult day  services.
    29      Funding priority shall be given to the renewal of existing contracts
    30      with  the  state office for the aging. No expenditures shall be made
    31      from this  appropriation  until  the  director  of  the  budget  has
    32      approved  a plan submitted by the office outlining the amounts to be
    33      distributed by provider.
    34    Notwithstanding any provision of articles 153,  154  and  163  of  the
    35      education  law,  there  shall  be an exemption from the professional
    36      licensure requirements of such articles, and  nothing  contained  in
    37      such  articles,  or  in  any  other provisions of law related to the
    38      licensure requirements of persons  licensed  under  those  articles,
    39      shall  prohibit or limit the activities or services of any person in
    40      the employ of a program or service operated,  certified,  regulated,
    41      funded  or  approved  by  the  state  office  for the aging, a local
    42      governmental unit as such term is  defined  in  article  41  of  the
    43      mental  hygiene  law,  and/or  a  local  social services district as
    44      defined in section 61 of the social services law, and all such enti-
    45      ties shall be considered to be approved settings for the receipt  of
    46      supervised  experience for the professions governed by articles 153,
    47      154 and 163 of the education law, and furthermore,  no  such  entity
    48      shall  be  required to apply for nor be required to receive a waiver
    49      pursuant to section 6503-a of the education law in order to  perform
    50      any activities or provide any services .............................
    51      872,000 ............................................. (re. $116,000)

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                     AID TO LOCALITIES - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2016-17
 
     1    For  additional  services  and  expenses  to providers of social model
     2      adult day services ... 200,000 ...................... (re. $124,000)
     3    For  state  aid  grants  to naturally occurring retirement communities
     4      (NORC). Funding priority shall be given to the renewal  of  existing
     5      contracts with the state office for the aging. No expenditures shall
     6      be made from this appropriation until the director of the budget has
     7      approved  a plan submitted by the office outlining the amounts to be
     8      distributed by provider.
     9    Notwithstanding any provision of articles 153,  154  and  163  of  the
    10      education  law,  there  shall  be an exemption from the professional
    11      licensure requirements of such articles, and  nothing  contained  in
    12      such  articles,  or  in  any  other provisions of law related to the
    13      licensure requirements of persons  licensed  under  those  articles,
    14      shall  prohibit or limit the activities or services of any person in
    15      the employ of a program or service operated,  certified,  regulated,
    16      funded  or  approved  by  the  state  office  for the aging, a local
    17      governmental unit as such term is  defined  in  article  41  of  the
    18      mental  hygiene  law,  and/or  a  local  social services district as
    19      defined in section 61 of the social services law, and all such enti-
    20      ties shall be considered to be approved settings for the receipt  of
    21      supervised  experience for the professions governed by articles 153,
    22      154 and 163 of the education law, and furthermore,  no  such  entity
    23      shall  be  required to apply for nor be required to receive a waiver
    24      pursuant to section 6503-a of the education law in order to  perform
    25      any activities or provide any services .............................
    26      2,027,500 ........................................... (re. $103,000)
    27    For  state  aid  grants to neighborhood naturally occurring retirement
    28      communities (NNORC). Funding priority shall be given to the  renewal
    29      of  existing  contracts  with  the  state office for the aging.   No
    30      expenditures shall be made from this appropriation until the  direc-
    31      tor  of  the  budget  has  approved  a  plan submitted by the office
    32      outlining the amounts to be distributed by provider.
    33    Notwithstanding any provision of articles 153,  154  and  163  of  the
    34      education  law,  there  shall  be an exemption from the professional
    35      licensure requirements of such articles, and  nothing  contained  in
    36      such  articles,  or  in  any  other provisions of law related to the
    37      licensure requirements of persons  licensed  under  those  articles,
    38      shall  prohibit or limit the activities or services of any person in
    39      the employ of a program or service operated,  certified,  regulated,
    40      funded  or  approved  by  the  state  office  for the aging, a local
    41      governmental unit as such term is  defined  in  article  41  of  the
    42      mental  hygiene  law,  and/or  a  local  social services district as
    43      defined in section 61 of the social services law, and all such enti-
    44      ties shall be considered to be approved settings for the receipt  of
    45      supervised  experience for the professions governed by articles 153,
    46      154 and 163 of the education law, and furthermore,  no  such  entity
    47      shall  be  required to apply for nor be required to receive a waiver
    48      pursuant to section 6503-a of the education law in order to  perform
    49      any activities or provide any services .............................
    50      2,027,500 ........................................... (re. $545,000)
    51    For  services and expenses of the home aides of central New York, Inc.
    52      senior respite program ... 71,000 .................... (re. $71,000)

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                     AID TO LOCALITIES - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2016-17
 
     1    For services and expenses related to the livable New  York  initiative
     2      to create neighborhoods that consider the evolving needs and prefer-
     3      ences of all their residents ... 122,500 ............ (re. $122,500)
     4    For  services  and  expenses  of the new york state adult day services
     5      association,  inc.  related  to  providing  training  and  technical
     6      assistance  to  social adult day services programs in new york state
     7      regarding the quality of services ... 122,500 ......... (re. $6,000)
     8    For state matching funds for services and expenses to match  federally
     9      funded model projects and/or demonstration grant programs, a portion
    10      of which may be transferred to state operations or to other entities
    11      as necessary to meet federal grant objectives ......................
    12      236,000 ............................................. (re. $236,000)
 
    13  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2012:
    14    For  state  aid  grants  to naturally occurring retirement communities
    15      (NORC). Funding priority shall be given to the renewal  of  existing
    16      contracts with the state office for the aging. No expenditures shall
    17      be made from this appropriation until the director of the budget has
    18      approved  a plan submitted by the office outlining the amounts to be
    19      distributed by provider ... 1,798,500 ................ (re. $99,000)
    20    For state aid grants to neighborhood  naturally  occurring  retirement
    21      communities  (NNORC). Funding priority shall be given to the renewal
    22      of existing contracts with  the  state  office  for  the  aging.  No
    23      expenditures  shall be made from this appropriation until the direc-
    24      tor of the budget has  approved  a  plan  submitted  by  the  office
    25      outlining the amounts to be distributed by provider ................
    26      1,798,500 ........................................... (re. $200,000)
    27    For  additional  state  aid grants to neighborhood naturally occurring
    28      retirement communities (NNORC). Funding priority shall be  given  to
    29      the  renewal  of  existing  contracts  with the state office for the
    30      aging. No expenditures shall be made from this  appropriation  until
    31      the  director  of  the  budget  has approved a plan submitted by the
    32      office outlining the amounts to be distributed by provider .........
    33      229,000 ............................................. (re. $111,000)
    34    For state matching funds for services and expenses to match  federally
    35      funded model projects and/or demonstration grant programs, a portion
    36      of which may be transferred to state operations or to other entities
    37      as necessary to meet federal grant objectives ......................
    38      236,000 ............................................. (re. $236,000)
    39    For  additional  services  and expenses related to the enriched social
    40      adult day services demonstration project to help older  New  Yorkers
    41      age in place in the community while avoiding spend-down to medicaid.
    42      No  more  than eight and one half percent of the amount appropriated
    43      for such purpose may be expended by the office  for  the  aging  for
    44      services  and  expenses  in  connection  with  the evaluation of the
    45      demonstration project which shall be conducted  by  the  center  for
    46      functional  assessment research (CFAR) at the university of Buffalo.
    47      An amount not to exceed 10 percent of the allocation may be used for
    48      administration for the office ... 122,500 ........... (re. $122,500)
 
    49  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2011:

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                     AID TO LOCALITIES - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2016-17
 
     1    For state aid grants to neighborhood  naturally  occurring  retirement
     2      communities  (NNORC). Funding priority shall be given to the renewal
     3      of existing contracts with the state  office  for  the  aging.    No
     4      expenditures  shall be made from this appropriation until the direc-
     5      tor  of  the  budget  has  approved  a  plan submitted by the office
     6      outlining the amounts to be distributed by provider ................
     7      2,027,000 ........................................... (re. $251,000)
     8    For additional services and expenses related to  the  enriched  social
     9      adult  day  services demonstration project to help older New Yorkers
    10      age in place in the community while avoiding spend-down to medicaid.
    11      No more than eight and one half percent of the  amount  appropriated
    12      for  such  purpose  may  be expended by the office for the aging for
    13      services and expenses in  connection  with  the  evaluation  of  the
    14      demonstration  project  which  shall  be conducted by the center for
    15      functional assessment research (CFAR) at the university of  Buffalo.
    16      An amount not to exceed 10 percent of the allocation may be used for
    17      administration for the office ... 122,500 ........... (re. $122,500)
    18    For  state matching funds for services and expenses to match federally
    19      funded model projects and/or demonstration grant programs, a portion
    20      of which may be transferred to state operations or to other entities
    21      as necessary to meet federal grant objectives ......................
    22      236,000 ............................................. (re. $236,000)
 
    23  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2010:
    24    For state aid grants to providers of social model adult day  services.
    25      Funding priority shall be given to the renewal of existing contracts
    26      with  the  state office for the aging. No expenditures shall be made
    27      from this  appropriation  until  the  director  of  the  budget  has
    28      approved  a plan submitted by the office outlining the amounts to be
    29      distributed by provider ... 872,000 .................. (re. $17,000)
    30    For state aid grants to neighborhood  naturally  occurring  retirement
    31      communities  (NNORC). Funding priority shall be given to the renewal
    32      of existing contracts with  the  state  office  for  the  aging.  No
    33      expenditures  shall be made from this appropriation until the direc-
    34      tor of the budget has  approved  a  plan  submitted  by  the  office
    35      outlining the amounts to be distributed by provider ................
    36      2,027,000 ........................................... (re. $133,000)
 
    37  By  chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2008, as amended by chapter 1,
    38      section 3, of the laws of 2009:
    39    For additional grants in aid to the 59  designated  area  agencies  on
    40      aging  for  transportation operating expenses related to serving the
    41      elderly. Funds shall be allocated from this  appropriation  pursuant
    42      to a plan prepared by the director of the state office for the aging
    43      and approved by the director of the budget .........................
    44      752,000 ............................................... (re. $7,200)
    45    For  continuation  of  the pilot programs in geriatric in-home medical
    46      care initiatives, including  in-home  visits  and  consultations  by
    47      physicians ... 564,000 .............................. (re. $136,800)
 
    48    Special Revenue Funds - Federal
    49    Federal Health and Human Services Fund

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                                  OFFICE FOR THE AGING
 
                     AID TO LOCALITIES - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2016-17
 
     1    FHHS Aid to Localities Account - 25177
 
     2  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2015:
     3    For  programs provided under the titles of the federal older Americans
     4      act and other health and human services programs.
     5    Title III-b social services (10894) ..................................
     6      26,000,000 ....................................... (re. $21,000,000)
     7    Title III-c nutrition  programs,  including  a  suballocation  to  the
     8      department  of  health  to  be  transferred  to state operations for
     9      nutrition program activities (10893) ...............................
    10      41,385,000 ....................................... (re. $29,000,000)
    11    Title III-e caregivers (10892) ... 12,000,000 ....... (re. $8,000,000)
    12    Health and human services programs (10891) ...........................
    13      9,000,000 ......................................... (re. $9,000,000)
    14    Nutrition services incentive program (10890) .........................
    15      17,000,000 ....................................... (re. $13,807,000)
 
    16  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2014:
    17    For programs provided under the titles of the federal older  Americans
    18      act and other health and human services programs.
    19    Title III-b social services ... 26,000,000 .......... (re. $6,000,000)
    20    Title  III-c  nutrition  programs,  including  a  suballocation to the
    21      department of health to  be  transferred  to  state  operations  for
    22      nutrition program activities ... 41,385,000 ....... (re. $1,000,000)
    23    Title III-e caregivers ... 12,000,000 ............... (re. $1,500,000)
    24    Health and human services programs ... 9,000,000 .... (re. $3,000,000)
    25    Nutrition services incentive program .................................
    26      17,000,000 ........................................ (re. $5,971,000)
 
    27  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2013:
    28    For  programs provided under the titles of the federal older Americans
    29      act and other health and human services programs.
    30    Health and human services programs ... 9,000,000 ...... (re. $500,000)
 
    31  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2012:
    32    For programs provided under the titles of the federal older  Americans
    33      act and other health and human services programs.
    34    Health and human services programs ... 9,000,000 ...... (re. $100,000)
 
    35    Special Revenue Funds - Federal
    36    Federal Miscellaneous Operating Grants Fund
    37    Senior Community Service Employment Account - 25444

    38  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2015:
    39    For  the  senior  community  service employment program provided under
    40      title V of the federal older Americans act (10887) .................
    41      9,000,000 ......................................... (re. $5,412,000)

                                           28                         12653-10-6
 
                          DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE AND MARKETS
 
                               AID TO LOCALITIES   2016-17
 
     1  For payment according to the following schedule:
 
     2                                          APPROPRIATIONS  REAPPROPRIATIONS
 
     3    General Fund .......................      30,915,000        34,384,000
     4    Special Revenue Funds - Federal ....      20,000,000        40,200,000
     5                                        ----------------  ----------------
     6      All Funds ........................      50,915,000        74,584,000
     7                                        ================  ================
 
     8                                  SCHEDULE
 
     9  AGRICULTURAL BUSINESS SERVICES PROGRAM ...................... 50,915,000
    10                                                            --------------
 
    11    General Fund
    12    Local Assistance Account - 10000
 
    13  New  York federation of growers and process-
    14    ors agribusiness child development program
    15    (10913) ...................................... 8,275,000
    16  For additional services and expenses of  the
    17    New York federation of growers and proces-
    18    sors    agribusiness   child   development
    19    program ...................................... 1,000,000
    20  New York state veterinary diagnostic labora-
    21    tory at Cornell university  animal  health
    22    surveillance and control program (10920) ..... 4,425,000
    23  For  additional services and expenses of the
    24    New York state veterinary diagnostic labo-
    25    ratory at Cornell university animal health
    26    surveillance and control program ............. 1,000,000
    27  New York state veterinary diagnostic labora-
    28    tory at Cornell  university  quality  milk
    29    production services program (10921) .......... 1,174,000
    30  New York state veterinary diagnostic labora-
    31    tory  at Cornell university New York state
    32    cattle health assurance program (10922) ........ 360,000
    33  New York state veterinary diagnostic labora-
    34    tory at Cornell university Johnes  disease
    35    program (10923) ................................ 480,000
    36  New York state veterinary diagnostic labora-
    37    tory  at Cornell university rabies program
    38    (10925) ......................................... 50,000
    39  For additional services and expenses of  the
    40    New York state veterinary diagnostic labo-
    41    ratory   at   Cornell   University  rabies
    42    program ........................................ 560,000
    43  New York state veterinary diagnostic labora-
    44    tory at Cornell university  Avian  disease
    45    program (10924) ................................ 252,000

                                           29                         12653-10-6
 
                          DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE AND MARKETS
 
                               AID TO LOCALITIES   2016-17
 
     1  Cornell  university farmnet program for farm
     2    family assistance (10926) ...................... 384,000
     3  For  additional services and expenses of the
     4    Cornell  university  farmnet  program  for
     5    farm family assistance ......................... 416,000
     6  Notwithstanding  any other provision of law,
     7    for services and  expenses  of  the  state
     8    seed  inspection  program. Notwithstanding
     9    any other provision of law,  the  director
    10    of  the  budget  is  hereby  authorized to
    11    transfer up to $128,000 of this  appropri-
    12    ation to state operations (10929) .............. 128,000
    13  Cornell university Geneva experiment station
    14    hop  and barley evaluation and field test-
    15    ing program (11466) ............................. 40,000
    16  For additional services and expenses of  the
    17    Cornell   university   Geneva   experiment
    18    station  hop  and  barley  evaluation  and
    19    field testing program .......................... 160,000
    20  Cornell  university  golden nematode program
    21    (10932) ......................................... 62,000
    22  Cornell university future farmers of America
    23    (10939) ........................................ 192,000
    24  For  additional  services  and  expenses  of
    25    Cornell university future farmers of Amer-
    26    ica ............................................ 300,000
    27  Cornell university agriculture in the class-
    28    room (10938) .................................... 80,000
    29  Cornell  university  association of agricul-
    30    tural educators (10940) ......................... 66,000
    31  New York  state  apple  growers  association
    32    (10943) ........................................ 206,000
    33  For  additional services and expenses of the
    34    New York state apple growers association ....... 544,000
    35  New York wine and grape foundation (10915)........ 713,000
    36  For additional services and expenses of  the
    37    New York wine and grape foundation ............. 307,000
    38  New York farm viability institute (10916) ........ 400,000
    39  For  additional services and expenses of the
    40    New York farm viability institute ............ 1,500,000
    41  For services and  expenses  of  programs  to
    42    promote  dairy  excellence,  including but
    43    not limited to programs at Cornell univer-
    44    sity. Notwithstanding any other  provision
    45    of  law,  the  director  of  the budget is
    46    hereby  authorized  to  transfer   up   to
    47    $150,000  of  this  appropriation to state
    48    operations for programs including adminis-
    49    tration of dairy profit teams (11495) .......... 150,000
    50  For reimbursement for the promotion of agri-
    51    culture and domestic  arts  in  accordance

                                           30                         12653-10-6
 
                          DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE AND MARKETS
 
                               AID TO LOCALITIES   2016-17
 
     1    with  article  24  of  the agriculture and
     2    markets law (10914) ............................ 340,000
     3  For   additional   reimbursements   for  the
     4    promotion of agriculture and domestic arts
     5    in accordance with article 24 of the agri-
     6    culture and markets law ........................ 160,000
     7  Cornell university pro-dairy program (11470) ..... 598,000
     8  For additional services and expenses of  the
     9    Cornell university pro-dairy program ........... 490,000
    10  For  services and expenses of the electronic
    11    benefits transfer program administered  by
    12    the Farmers' Market Federation of NY ........... 138,000
    13  For services, expenses and grants related to
    14    the  taste New York program, including but
    15    not limited to marketing  and  advertising
    16    to  promote  New  York  produced  food and
    17    beverage goods  and  products.  All  or  a
    18    portion   of  this  appropriation  may  be
    19    suballocated to any department, agency, or
    20    public  authority.   Notwithstanding   any
    21    other  provision  of  law, the director of
    22    the budget is hereby authorized to  trans-
    23    fer up to $1,100,000 of this appropriation
    24    to state operations (11450) .................. 1,100,000
    25  For  services  and  expenses of a program to
    26    develop farm to  school  initiatives  that
    27    will  help schools purchase more food from
    28    local farmers and expand access to healthy
    29    local food for school children. The  funds
    30    shall  be  awarded  through  a competitive
    31    process (11405) ................................ 250,000
    32  To the Adirondack North Country  Association
    33    for  a  program  to develop farm to school
    34    initiatives   that   will   help   schools
    35    purchase more food from local farmers .......... 300,000
    36  Maple  producers association for programs to
    37    promote maple syrup ............................ 215,000
    38  Tractor rollover protection program adminis-
    39    tered by Mary Imogene Basset hospital .......... 250,000
    40  For services and expenses of  the  New  York
    41    State   apple   research  and  development
    42    program, in consultation  with  the  apple
    43    research and development advisory board ........ 500,000
    44  Cornell university maple research ................ 125,000
    45  New   York  farm  viability  institute,  for
    46    services and expenses of  New  York  State
    47    berry growers association ....................... 60,000
    48  Cornell university berry research ................ 260,000
    49  Christmas  tree  farmers  association of New
    50    York for  programs  to  promote  Christmas
    51    trees .......................................... 125,000
    52  New  York  farm  viability, for services and

                                           31                         12653-10-6
 
                          DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE AND MARKETS
 
                               AID TO LOCALITIES   2016-17
 
     1    expenses of  New  York  corn  and  soybean
     2    growers ......................................... 75,000
     3  Cornell university honeybee research .............. 50,000
     4  Cornell university onion research ................. 50,000
     5  Cornell university vegetable research ............ 100,000
     6  Suffolk  county  soil and water conservation
     7    district-deer  fencing   matching   grants
     8    program ........................................ 200,000
     9  For  services  and  expenses  of the eastern
    10    equine encephalitis  program  administered
    11    by  Oswego county, including suballocation
    12    to other state departments  and  agencies.
    13    Notwithstanding  any  other  provision  of
    14    law, the director of the budget is  hereby
    15    authorized  to  transfer up to $175,000 of
    16    this appropriation to state operations ......... 175,000
    17  For services and expenses  of  dairy  profit
    18    teams  administered  by  the New York farm
    19    viability institute ............................ 220,000
    20  Genesee-Livingston-Steuben-Wyoming     BOCES
    21    agricultural academy ........................... 100,000
    22  Long Island farm bureau .......................... 100,000
    23  Island Harvest .................................... 20,000
    24  For services and expenses of the north coun-
    25    try  low cost vaccine program administered
    26    by the St. Lawrence and  Jefferson  county
    27    public health departments. Notwithstanding
    28    any  other  provision of law, the director
    29    of the  budget  is  hereby  authorized  to
    30    transfer  up  to $25,000 of this appropri-
    31    ation to state operations ....................... 25,000
    32  Northern New York  agricultural  development
    33    program  administered  by  Cornell cooper-
    34    ative extension of Jefferson County ............ 600,000
    35  For services and expenses of  the  turfgrass
    36    environmental  stewardship  fund  adminis-
    37    tered by the  New  York  State  greengrass
    38    association .................................... 150,000
    39  For   services  and  expenses  of  the  wood
    40    products  development  council,  including
    41    suballocation  to  other state departments
    42    and agencies.   Notwithstanding any  other
    43    provision  of  law,  the  director  of the
    44    budget is hereby authorized to transfer up
    45    to $100,000 of this appropriation to state
    46    operations ..................................... 100,000
    47  For services and expenses of  the  New  York
    48    state   senior  farmers  market  nutrition
    49    program.   Notwithstanding    any    other
    50    provision  of  law,  the  director  of the
    51    budget is hereby authorized to transfer up

                                           32                         12653-10-6
 
                          DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE AND MARKETS
 
                               AID TO LOCALITIES   2016-17
 
     1    to $180,000 of this appropriation to state
     2    operations ..................................... 500,000
     3  Cornell  Small  Farms  Program  for Veterans
     4    Program ........................................ 115,000
     5  St. Lawrence-Lewis BOCES north country agri-
     6    culture academy ................................ 200,000
     7                                              --------------
     8      Program account subtotal .................. 30,915,000
     9                                              --------------
 
    10    Special Revenue Funds - Federal
    11    Federal USDA-Food and Nutrition Services Fund
    12    Federal Agriculture and Markets Account - 25021
 
    13  For  services  and  expenses  of   non-point
    14    source pollution control, farmland preser-
    15    vation,  and  other  agricultural programs
    16    including  suballocation  to  other  state
    17    departments and agencies including liabil-
    18    ities  incurred  prior  to  April 1, 2016.
    19    Notwithstanding section 51  of  the  state
    20    finance law and any other provision of law
    21    to  the  contrary,  the funds appropriated
    22    herein may be increased  or  decreased  by
    23    transfer  from/to  appropriations  for any
    24    prior or subsequent  grant  period  within
    25    the  same federal fund/program and between
    26    state operations and aid to localities  to
    27    accomplish  the  intent  of this appropri-
    28    ation,  as  long  as  such   corresponding
    29    prior/subsequent grant periods within such
    30    appropriations have been reappropriated as
    31    necessary (11498) ........................... 20,000,000
    32                                              --------------
    33      Program account subtotal .................. 20,000,000
    34                                              --------------

                                           33                         12653-10-6
 
                          DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE AND MARKETS
 
                     AID TO LOCALITIES - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2016-17
 
     1  AGRICULTURAL BUSINESS SERVICES PROGRAM
 
     2    General Fund
     3    Local Assistance Account - 10000
 
     4  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2015:
     5    New  York  federation  of  growers  and  processors agribusiness child
     6      development program (10913) ... 6,521,000 ......... (re. $2,164,000)
     7    For additional services and expenses of the  New  York  federation  of
     8      growers   and  processors  agribusiness  child  development  program
     9      (10905) ... 1,000,000 ............................... (re. $466,000)
    10    New York state veterinary diagnostic laboratory at Cornell  university
    11      animal health surveillance and control program (10920) .............
    12      4,425,000 ......................................... (re. $4,425,000)
    13    For  additional services and expenses of the New York state veterinary
    14      diagnostic laboratory at Cornell university animal  health  surveil-
    15      lance and control program (10908) ..................................
    16      1,000,000 ......................................... (re. $1,000,000)
    17    New  York state veterinary diagnostic laboratory at Cornell university
    18      quality milk production services program (10921) ...................
    19      1,174,000 ......................................... (re. $1,174,000)
    20    New York state veterinary diagnostic laboratory at Cornell  university
    21      New York state cattle health assurance program (10922) .............
    22      360,000 ............................................. (re. $360,000)
    23    New  York state veterinary diagnostic laboratory at Cornell university
    24      Johnes disease program (10923) ... 480,000 .......... (re. $480,000)
    25    New York state veterinary diagnostic laboratory at Cornell  university
    26      rabies program (10925) ... 50,000 .................... (re. $50,000)
    27    For  additional services and expenses of the New York state veterinary
    28      diagnostic laboratory at Cornell university rabies  program  (11468)
    29      ... 560,000 ......................................... (re. $560,000)
    30    New  York state veterinary diagnostic laboratory at Cornell university
    31      Avian disease program (10924) ... 252,000 ........... (re. $252,000)
    32    Cornell university farmnet program for farm family assistance  (10926)
    33      ... 384,000 ......................................... (re. $384,000)
    34    For additional services and expenses of the Cornell university farmnet
    35      program for farm family assistance (11469) .........................
    36      416,000 ............................................. (re. $416,000)
    37    Cornell university integrated pest management (10927) ................
    38      500,000 ............................................. (re. $500,000)
    39    Notwithstanding any other provision of law, subject to the approval of
    40      the  director  of  the  budget, up to the amount appropriated herein
    41      shall be available for Cornell university Geneva experiment  station
    42      for state seed inspection program (10929) ..........................
    43      128,000 ............................................. (re. $128,000)
    44    Cornell university Geneva experiment station hop and barley evaluation
    45      and field testing program (11466) ... 40,000 ......... (re. $40,000)
    46    For  additional services and expenses of the Cornell university Geneva
    47      experiment station hop  and  barley  evaluation  and  field  testing
    48      program (11451) ... 160,000 ......................... (re. $160,000)
    49    Cornell university golden nematode program (10932) ...................
    50      62,000 ............................................... (re. $62,000)

                                           34                         12653-10-6
 
                          DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE AND MARKETS
 
                     AID TO LOCALITIES - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2016-17
 
     1    Cornell university future farmers of America (10939) .................
     2      192,000 ............................................. (re. $192,000)
     3    For  additional services and expenses of the Cornell university future
     4      farmers of America (11452) ... 200,000 .............. (re. $200,000)
     5    Cornell university agriculture in the classroom (10938) ..............
     6      80,000 ............................................... (re. $80,000)
     7    Cornell university association of agricultural educators  (10940)  ...
     8      66,000 ............................................... (re. $66,000)
     9    New York state apple growers association (10943) .....................
    10      206,000 ............................................. (re. $206,000)
    11    For additional services and expenses of the New York state apple grow-
    12      ers association (11458) ... 544,000 ................. (re. $357,000)
    13    New York wine and grape foundation (10915) ...........................
    14      713,000 ............................................. (re. $204,000)
    15    For  additional  services  and expenses of the New York wine and grape
    16      foundation (11457) ... 306,000 ....................... (re. $51,000)
    17    New York farm viability institute (10916) ............................
    18      400,000 ............................................. (re. $400,000)
    19    For additional services and expenses of the New  York  farm  viability
    20      institute (10917) ... 1,500,000 ................... (re. $1,500,000)
    21    For  services  and  expenses  of programs to promote dairy excellence,
    22      including  but  not  limited  to  programs  at  Cornell  university.
    23      Notwithstanding  any  other  provision  of  law, the director of the
    24      budget is hereby authorized to  transfer  up  to  $150,000  of  this
    25      appropriation  to  state  operations for programs including adminis-
    26      tration of dairy profit teams (11495) ..............................
    27      150,000 ............................................. (re. $150,000)
    28    For reimbursement for the promotion of agriculture and  domestic  arts
    29      in  accordance  with  article  24 of the agriculture and markets law
    30      (10914) ... 340,000 ................................. (re. $340,000)
    31    For additional reimbursements for the  promotion  of  agriculture  and
    32      domestic  arts  in accordance with article 24 of the agriculture and
    33      markets law (11453) ... 160,000 ..................... (re. $160,000)
    34    Cornell university pro-dairy program (11470) .........................
    35      822,000 ............................................. (re. $822,000)
    36    For additional services and expenses of the  Cornell  university  pro-
    37      dairy program (11406) ... 378,000 ................... (re. $378,000)
    38    For  services,  expenses  and  grants  related  to  the taste New York
    39      program, including but not limited to marketing and  advertising  to
    40      promote  New York produced food and beverage goods and products. All
    41      or a portion of  this  appropriation  may  be  suballocated  to  any
    42      department,  agency,  or public authority. Notwithstanding any other
    43      provision of law, the director of the budget is hereby authorized to
    44      transfer up to $1,100,000 of this appropriation to state  operations
    45      (11450) ... 1,100,000 ............................... (re. $127,000)
    46    For  services  and  expenses  of  a  program to develop farm to school
    47      initiatives that will help schools purchase  more  food  from  local
    48      farmers and expand access to healthy local food for school children.
    49      The funds shall be awarded through a competitive process (11405) ...
    50      250,000 ............................................. (re. $250,000)
    51    Maple  producers  association  for  programs  to  promote  maple syrup
    52      (10945) ... 213,000 ................................. (re. $213,000)

                                           35                         12653-10-6
 
                          DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE AND MARKETS
 
                     AID TO LOCALITIES - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2016-17
 
     1    Tractor rollover  protection  program  administered  by  Mary  Imogene
     2      Basset hospital (11473) ... 250,000 ................. (re. $227,000)
     3    For  services  and  expenses  of the New York State apple research and
     4      development program, in consultation with  the  apple  research  and
     5      development advisory board (11400) ... 500,000 ...... (re. $500,000)
     6    Cornell university maple research (11456) ... 125,000 .. (re. $51,000)
     7    The New York farm viability institute, for programs to benefit the New
     8      York berry industry (11462) ... 320,000 ............. (re. $320,000)
     9    Christmas tree farmers association of New York for programs to promote
    10      Christmas trees (11461) ... 125,000 ................. (re. $125,000)
    11    NY corn and soybean growers association (11454) ......................
    12      75,000 ............................................... (re. $75,000)
    13    Cornell university honeybee research (11455) .........................
    14      50,000 ............................................... (re. $50,000)
    15    Cornell university onion research (10948) ............................
    16      50,000 ............................................... (re. $50,000)
    17    Cornell university vegetable research (11401) ........................
    18      100,000 ............................................. (re. $100,000)
    19    Suffolk  county  soil  and  water conservation district - deer fencing
    20      matching grants program (11480) ... 200,000 ......... (re. $200,000)
    21    For services and expenses of the eastern equine  encephalitis  program
    22      administered  by  Oswego  county,  including  suballocation to other
    23      state departments and agencies. Notwithstanding any other  provision
    24      of  law, the director of the budget is hereby authorized to transfer
    25      up to $175,000 of this appropriation to state operations (11467) ...
    26      175,000 ............................................. (re. $175,000)
    27    For services and expenses of dairy profit teams  administered  by  the
    28      New York farm viability institute (11459) ..........................
    29      220,000 ............................................. (re. $220,000)
    30    Genesee-Livingston-Steuben-Wyoming  BOCES agricultural academy (11464)
    31      ... 100,000 ......................................... (re. $100,000)
    32    Long Island farm bureau (11463) ... 100,000 ........... (re. $100,000)
    33    Island Harvest (11465) ... 20,000 ...................... (re. $20,000)
    34    For services and expenses  of  the  north  country  low  cost  vaccine
    35      program administered by the St. Lawrence and Jefferson county public
    36      health  department.  Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the
    37      director of the budget  is  hereby  authorized  to  transfer  up  to
    38      $25,000 of this appropriation to state operations (11460) ..........
    39      25,000 ............................................... (re. $25,000)
    40    Northern  New  York  agricultural  development program administered by
    41      Cornell cooperative extension of Jefferson County (10941) ..........
    42      600,000 ............................................. (re. $600,000)
    43    Cornell precision agriculture study (11407) ..........................
    44      100,000 ............................................. (re. $100,000)
    45    For services and expenses of the agriculture environmental  management
    46      certified  planner  quality assurance and control program.  Notwith-
    47      standing any other provision of law, the director of the  budget  is
    48      hereby  authorized  to transfer up to $250,000 of this appropriation
    49      to state operations (11408) ........................................
    50      250,000 ............................................. (re. $250,000)

                                           36                         12653-10-6

                          DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE AND MARKETS
 
                     AID TO LOCALITIES - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2016-17
 
     1    For services and expenses of the turfgrass  environmental  stewardship
     2      fund  administered  by  the  New  York  State greengrass association
     3      (11472) ... 150,000 ................................. (re. $113,000)
     4    For  services  and  expenses of the wood products development council,
     5      including suballocation to other  state  departments  and  agencies.
     6      Notwithstanding  any  other  provision  of  law, the director of the
     7      budget is hereby authorized to  transfer  up  to  $100,000  of  this
     8      appropriation to state operations (11402) ..........................
     9      100,000 ............................................. (re. $100,000)
    10    For  services and expenses of the New York state senior farmers market
    11      nutrition program. Notwithstanding any other provision of  law,  the
    12      director  of  the  budget  is  hereby  authorized  to transfer up to
    13      $180,000 of this appropriation to state operations (11409) .........
    14      500,000 ............................................. (re. $500,000)
    15    For the development of regional food hubs to facilitate the  transpor-
    16      tation  of  locally  grown  produce  to urban markets, including the
    17      development of cooperative  food  hubs.  Notwithstanding  any  other
    18      provision  of  the law, the director of the budget is hereby author-
    19      ized to transfer up to $175,000 of this appropriation to state oper-
    20      ations (11410) ... 1,064,000 ...................... (re. $1,064,000)
    21    Farm Drain Tile Revolving Loan Program as authorized by section 4-a of
    22      the soil and water conservation districts law (11411) ..............
    23      500,000 ............................................. (re. $500,000)
    24    Animal care & control of NYC, to support full service animal  shelters
    25      in New York City and mobile adoption unit improvement (11403) ......
    26      250,000 ............................................. (re. $250,000)
 
    27  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2014:
    28    New  York state veterinary diagnostic laboratory at Cornell university
    29      animal health surveillance and control program .....................
    30      4,425,000 ......................................... (re. $1,100,000)
    31    For additional services and expenses of the New York state  veterinary
    32      diagnostic  laboratory  at Cornell university animal health surveil-
    33      lance and control program ... 1,000,000 ............. (re. $250,000)
    34    New York state veterinary diagnostic laboratory at Cornell  university
    35      quality milk production services program ...........................
    36      1,174,000 ........................................... (re. $174,000)
    37    New  York state veterinary diagnostic laboratory at Cornell university
    38      New York state cattle health assurance program .....................
    39      360,000 ............................................. (re. $360,000)
    40    New York state veterinary diagnostic laboratory at Cornell  university
    41      Johnes disease program ... 480,000 .................. (re. $480,000)
    42    New  York state veterinary diagnostic laboratory at Cornell university
    43      rabies program ... 50,000 ............................ (re. $50,000)
    44    For additional services and expenses of the New York state  veterinary
    45      diagnostic laboratory at Cornell university rabies program .........
    46      460,000 ............................................. (re. $460,000)
    47    New  York state veterinary diagnostic laboratory at Cornell university
    48      Avian disease program ... 252,000 .................... (re. $63,000)
    49    Cornell university farmnet program for farm family assistance ........
    50      384,000 .............................................. (re. $96,000)

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                     AID TO LOCALITIES - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2016-17
 
     1    For additional services and expenses of the Cornell university farmnet
     2      program for farm family assistance ... 216,000 ....... (re. $54,000)
     3    Cornell university integrated pest management ........................
     4      500,000 ............................................. (re. $170,000)
     5    Notwithstanding any other provision of law, subject to the approval of
     6      the  director  of  the  budget, up to the amount appropriated herein
     7      shall be available for Cornell university Geneva experiment  station
     8      for state seed inspection program ... 128,000 ........ (re. $64,000)
     9    Cornell university Geneva experiment station hop and barley evaluation
    10      and field testing program ... 40,000 ................. (re. $30,000)
    11    For  additional services and expenses of the Cornell university Geneva
    12      experiment station hop  and  barley  evaluation  and  field  testing
    13      program ... 160,000 .................................. (re. $79,000)
    14    Cornell university golden nematode program ... 62,000 .. (re. $31,000)
    15    Cornell university future farmers of America .........................
    16      192,000 ............................................. (re. $180,000)
    17    For  additional  services  and  expenses  of Cornell university future
    18      farmers of America ... 158,000 ...................... (re. $140,000)
    19    Cornell university agriculture in the classroom ......................
    20      80,000 ............................................... (re. $66,000)
    21    Cornell university association of agricultural educators .............
    22      66,000 ............................................... (re. $13,000)
    23    For additional services and expenses of the New York state apple grow-
    24      ers association ... 544,000 ......................... (re. $430,000)
    25    New York wine and grape foundation ... 713,000 ........ (re. $463,000)
    26    New York farm viability institute ... 400,000 ......... (re. $400,000)
    27    For additional services and expenses of the New  York  farm  viability
    28      institute ... 1,100,000 ............................. (re. $513,000)
    29    For  services  and  expenses  of programs to promote dairy excellence,
    30      including  but  not  limited  to  programs  at  Cornell  university.
    31      Notwithstanding  any  other  provision  of  law, the director of the
    32      budget is hereby authorized to  transfer  up  to  $150,000  of  this
    33      appropriation  to  state  operations for programs including adminis-
    34      tration of dairy profit teams ... 150,000 ............ (re. $37,000)
    35    For services and expenses of dairy profit teams  administered  by  the
    36      New York farm viability institute ... 220,000 ........ (re. $80,000)
    37    For  reimbursement  for the promotion of agriculture and domestic arts
    38      in accordance with article 24 of the agriculture and markets law ...
    39      340,000 ............................................. (re. $340,000)
    40    For additional reimbursements for the  promotion  of  agriculture  and
    41      domestic  arts  in accordance with article 24 of the agriculture and
    42      markets law ... 160,000 ............................. (re. $160,000)
    43    Cornell university pro-dairy program ... 822,000 ...... (re. $522,000)
    44    Maple producers association for programs to promote maple syrup ......
    45      150,000 ............................................. (re. $150,000)
    46    Tractor rollover  protection  program  administered  by  Mary  Imogene
    47      Basset hospital ... 150,000 .......................... (re. $27,000)
    48    Northern  New  York  agricultural  development program administered by
    49      Cornell cooperative extension of Jefferson County ..................
    50      600,000 ............................................. (re. $500,000)
    51    For services and expenses of the eastern equine  encephalitis  program
    52      administered  by  Oswego  county,  including  suballocation to other

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                     AID TO LOCALITIES - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2016-17
 
     1      state departments and agencies. Notwithstanding any other  provision
     2      of  law, the director of the budget is hereby authorized to transfer
     3      up to $175,000 of this appropriation to state operations ...........
     4      175,000 .............................................. (re. $64,000)
     5    For  services  and expenses of the turfgrass environmental stewardship
     6      fund administered by the New York State greengrass association .....
     7      150,000 ............................................. (re. $113,000)
     8    For services and expenses  of  the  north  country  low  cost  vaccine
     9      program administered by the St. Lawrence and Jefferson county public
    10      health  department.  Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the
    11      director of the budget  is  hereby  authorized  to  transfer  up  to
    12      $25,000 of this appropriation to state operations ..................
    13      25,000 ................................................ (re. $4,000)
    14    Christmas tree farmers association of New York for programs to promote
    15      Christmas trees ... 120,000 .......................... (re. $90,000)
    16    The New York farm viability institute, for programs to benefit the New
    17      York berry industry ... 320,000 ..................... (re. $227,000)
    18    Genesee-Livingston-Steuben-Wyoming BOCES agricultural academy ........
    19      100,000 .............................................. (re. $75,000)
    20    NY corn and soybean growers association ... 75,000 ..... (re. $75,000)
    21    Cornell university honeybee research ... 50,000 ........ (re. $12,000)
    22    Cornell university maple research ... 105,000 .......... (re. $26,000)
    23    For  services  and  expenses  of the New York State apple research and
    24      development program, in consultation with  the  apple  research  and
    25      development advisory board ... 500,000 .............. (re. $125,000)
    26    Cornell university onion research ... 50,000 ........... (re. $12,000)
    27    Cornell university vegetable research ... 100,000 ...... (re. $23,000)
    28    Island Harvest ... 20,000 .............................. (re. $20,000)
    29    For  services  and  expenses of the wood products development council,
    30      including suballocation to other  state  departments  and  agencies.
    31      Notwithstanding  any  other  provision  of  law, the director of the
    32      budget is hereby authorized to  transfer  up  to  $100,000  of  this
    33      appropriation to state operations ... 100,000 ........ (re. $70,000)
    34    Animal  care & control of NYC, to support full service animal shelters
    35      in New York City and mobile adoption unit improvements .............
    36      250,000 .............................................. (re. $62,000)
    37    Grown on Long Island ... 100,000 ...................... (re. $100,000)
    38    For services, expenses and  grants  related  to  the  taste  New  York
    39      program,  including  but not limited to marketing and advertising to
    40      promote New York produced food and beverage goods and products.  All
    41      or a portion of  this  appropriation  may  be  suballocated  to  any
    42      department,  agency,  or public authority. Notwithstanding any other
    43      provision of law, the director of the budget is hereby authorized to
    44      transfer up to $1,100,000 of this appropriation to state  operations
    45      1,100,000 ........................................... (re. $150,000)

    46  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2013:
    47    Cornell university integrated pest management ........................
    48      500,000 ............................................. (re. $170,000)
    49    Cornell  university Geneva experiment station hop evaluation and field
    50      testing program ... 40,000 ............................ (re. $4,000)

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                          DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE AND MARKETS
 
                     AID TO LOCALITIES - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2016-17
 
     1    Cornell university future farmers of America .........................
     2      192,000 ............................................... (re. $1,000)
     3    Cornell university agriculture in the classroom ......................
     4      80,000 ................................................ (re. $2,000)
     5    Cornell university association of agricultural educators .............
     6      66,000 ............................................... (re. $23,000)
     7    New York farm viability institute ... 400,000 ........... (re. $3,000)
     8    For  additional  services  and expenses of the New York farm viability
     9      institute ... 1,100,000 ............................. (re. $175,000)
    10    For services and expenses of programs  to  promote  dairy  excellence,
    11      including  but  not  limited  to  programs  at  Cornell  University.
    12      Notwithstanding any other provision of  law,  the  director  of  the
    13      budget  is  hereby  authorized  to  transfer  up to $150,000 of this
    14      appropriation to state operations for  programs  including  adminis-
    15      tration of dairy profit teams ... 150,000 ........... (re. $150,000)
    16    For  services  and  expenses of dairy profit teams administered by the
    17      New York farm viability institute ... 220,000 ....... (re. $106,000)
    18    Cornell university pro-dairy program ... 822,000 ....... (re. $29,000)
    19    For services and expenses of northern New York  agricultural  develop-
    20      ment ... 500,000 .................................... (re. $151,000)
    21    For  services and expenses of the eastern equine encephalitis program,
    22      including suballocation to other  state  departments  and  agencies.
    23      Notwithstanding  any  other  provision  of  law, the director of the
    24      budget is hereby authorized to  transfer  up  to  $150,000  of  this
    25      appropriation to state operations ... 150,000 ........ (re. $10,000)
    26    New York state berry growers association ... 200,000 ... (re. $16,000)
    27    Long Island farm bureau ... 200,000 ................... (re. $168,000)
    28    Genesee county agricultural academy ... 100,000 ........ (re. $72,000)

    29  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2012:
    30    New York farm viability institute ... 400,000 ......... (re. $269,000)
    31    For  additional  services  and expenses of the New York farm viability
    32      institute ... 821,000 ............................... (re. $716,000)
    33    For services and expenses of programs  to  promote  dairy  excellence,
    34      including  but  not  limited  to  programs  at  Cornell  University.
    35      Notwithstanding any other provision of  law,  the  director  of  the
    36      budget  is  hereby  authorized  to  transfer  up to $150,000 of this
    37      appropriation to state operations for  programs  including  adminis-
    38      tration of dairy profit teams ... 150,000 ............ (re. $13,000)
    39    For  services  and expenses of northern New York agricultural develop-
    40      ment ... 500,000 ..................................... (re. $38,000)
    41    For services and expenses of the eastern equine encephalitis  program,
    42      including  suballocation  to  other  state departments and agencies.
    43      Notwithstanding any other provision of  law,  the  director  of  the
    44      budget  is  hereby  authorized  to  transfer  up to $150,000 of this
    45      appropriation to state operations ... 150,000 ........ (re. $12,000)
    46    For services and expenses of programs to promote agricultural economic
    47      development, including but not limited  to  farmland  viability,  in
    48      accordance  with a programmatic and financial plan to be approved by
    49      the director of the budget. Notwithstanding any other  provision  of
    50      law,  the director of the budget is hereby authorized to transfer up

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                          DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE AND MARKETS

                     AID TO LOCALITIES - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2016-17
 
     1      to $3,000,000 of this appropriation to state operations ............
     2      3,000,000 ......................................... (re. $1,175,000)
 
     3  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2011:
     4    Cornell university farm family assistance ............................
     5      384,000 ............................................... (re. $3,000)
     6    Cornell university agriculture in the classroom ......................
     7      80,000 ................................................ (re. $8,000)
     8    For  services  and expenses of northern New York agricultural develop-
     9      ment ... 300,000 ..................................... (re. $30,000)
    10    New York farm viability institute ... 1,221,000 ........ (re. $10,000)
    11    For services and expenses of programs  to  promote  dairy  excellence,
    12      including  but  not  limited  to  programs  at  Cornell  University.
    13      Notwithstanding any other provision of  law,  the  director  of  the
    14      budget  is  hereby  authorized  to  transfer  up to $150,000 of this
    15      appropriation to state operations for  programs  including  adminis-
    16      tration of dairy profit teams ... 150,000 ............ (re. $76,000)
 
    17  By chapter 55, section 1, of the laws of 2010:
    18    For  services  and  expenses  of programs to promote dairy excellence,
    19      including  but  not  limited  to  programs  at  Cornell  University.
    20      Notwithstanding  any  other  provision  of  law, the director of the
    21      budget is hereby authorized to  transfer  up  to  $150,000  of  this
    22      appropriation  to  state  operations for programs including adminis-
    23      tration of dairy profit teams ... 150,000 ........... (re. $143,000)
    24    Cornell university agriculture in the classroom ......................
    25      80,000 ................................................ (re. $4,000)
    26    For services and expenses  related  to  establishing,  improving,  and
    27      promoting  farmer's markets in Monroe, Ontario, Livingston, Orleans,
    28      Genesee, Wyoming, Steuben, Yates and Wayne counties,  in  accordance
    29      with a programmatic and financial plan submitted by the commissioner
    30      of agriculture and markets and approved by the director of the budg-
    31      et.  No  moneys  of this appropriation shall be made available until
    32      the Genesee valley regional market authority makes a transfer to the
    33      general fund of the state, as provided for in a chapter of the  laws
    34      of 2010 ... 3,000,000 ............................. (re. $2,000,000)
 
    35  By chapter 55, section 1, of the laws of 2009:
    36    For services and expenses of programs to promote agricultural economic
    37      development,  including  but  not  limited to farmland viability, in
    38      accordance with a programmatic and financial plan to be approved  by
    39      the  director  of the budget. Notwithstanding any other provision of
    40      law, the director of the budget is hereby authorized to transfer  up
    41      to $600,000 of this appropriation to state operations ..............
    42      600,000 ............................................. (re. $333,000)
    43    For  additional  services  and expenses of the New York farm viability
    44      institute ... 2,842,000 .............................. (re. $57,000)
    45    New York state veterinary diagnostic laboratory at Cornell university
    46    New York state cattle health assurance program .......................
    47      360,000 .............................................. (re. $31,000)
    48    Cornell university Geneva experiment station .........................
    49      400,000 ............................................... (re. $3,000)

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                          DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE AND MARKETS
 
                     AID TO LOCALITIES - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2016-17
 
     1    For additional services  and  expenses  of  golden  nematode  control,
     2      including  a  contract  with  empire state potato growers.  Notwith-
     3      standing any other provision of law, the director of the  budget  is
     4      hereby authorized to transfer up to $30,000 of this appropriation to
     5      state operations ... 30,000 ........................... (re. $6,000)
     6    For  services  and  expenses of apiary inspection. Notwithstanding any
     7      other provision of law, the director of the budget is hereby author-
     8      ized to transfer up to $200,000 of this appropriation to state oper-
     9      ations ... 200,000 ................................... (re. $80,000)
 
    10  By chapter 55, section 1, of the laws of 2009, as amended by chapter 55,
    11      section 1, of the laws of 2010:
    12    For services and expenses of an organic  farming  program.    Notwith-
    13      standing  any  other provision of law, the director of the budget is
    14      hereby authorized to transfer up to 96,000 of this appropriation  to
    15      state operations ... 96,000 .......................... (re. $92,000)
    16    New York seafood council ... 25,000 ..................... (re. $2,000)
 
    17  By chapter 55, section 1, of the laws of 2008:
    18    center  for dairy excellence administered by the New York farm viabil-
    19      ity institute ... 245,000 ............................ (re. $29,000)
    20    Cornell university onion research ... 98,000 ............ (re. $2,000)

    21  By chapter 55, section 1, of the laws of 2008,  as  amended  by  chapter
    22      496, section 6, of the laws of 2008:
    23    For services and expenses of programs to promote agricultural economic
    24      development,  including  but  not  limited to farmland viability, in
    25      accordance with a programmatic and financial plan to be approved  by
    26      the  director  of the budget. Notwithstanding any other provision of
    27      law, the director of the budget is hereby authorized to transfer  up
    28      to  $2,357,000  of this appropriation to state operations, provided,
    29      however, that the amount of this appropriation available for expend-
    30      iture and disbursement on and  after  September  1,  2008  shall  be
    31      reduced  by  six  percent  of  the amount that was undisbursed as of
    32      August 15, 2008 ... 1,809,000 ....................... (re. $923,000)
    33    New York Beef Producers Bull Testing Program .........................
    34      15,040 ................................................ (re. $3,000)
    35    New York Beef Producers Empire Heifer Development Program ............
    36      13,160 ................................................ (re. $4,000)
 
    37  By chapter 55, section 1, of the laws of 2008, as amended by chapter  1,
    38      section 4, of the laws of 2009:
    39    For  services  and  expenses related to the marketing and promotion of
    40      New York state wine in conjunction with the New York wine and  grape
    41      foundation  including  suballocation  to other state departments and
    42      agencies, and in accordance with a programmatic and  financial  plan
    43      to  be  approved  by the director of the budget. Notwithstanding any
    44      other provision of law, the director of the budget is hereby author-
    45      ized to transfer up to $1,684,000 to state operations ..............
    46      1,684,000 ............................................ (re. $34,000)

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                          DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE AND MARKETS
 
                     AID TO LOCALITIES - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2016-17
 
     1    For additional services and expenses of the center  for  dairy  excel-
     2      lence administered by the New York farm viability institute ........
     3      376,000 .............................................. (re. $29,000)
     4    For services and expenses of the plum pox virus eradication and indem-
     5      nity program. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the direc-
     6      tor of the budget is hereby authorized to transfer up to $376,000 of
     7      this appropriation to state operations .............................
     8      376,000 ............................................. (re. $374,000)
 
     9  By chapter 55, section 1, of the laws of 2008, as amended by chapter 53,
    10      section 1, of the laws of 2015:
    11    Cornell University for services and expenses of extension and research
    12      programs managed by the Hudson Valley Research Laboratory, Inc .....
    13      63,900 ............................................... (re. $63,000)
 
    14  By chapter 55, section 1, of the laws of 2008, as amended by chapter 55,
    15      section 1, of the laws of 2010:
    16    For  services and expenses of the cluster based industry and agribusi-
    17      ness development grants program ... 94,000 ........... (re. $94,000)
 
    18  By chapter 55, section 1, of the laws of 2008, as amended by chapter 55,
    19      section 1, of the laws of 2009:
    20    Suffolk County Soil and Water Conservation  District  -  deer  fencing
    21      matching  grants  program,  including  liabilities incurred prior to
    22      April 1, 2008 ... 160,000 ............................. (re. $3,000)
 
    23  By chapter 55, section 1, of the laws of 2007:
    24    For services and expenses of programs to promote agricultural economic
    25      development, including but not limited  to  farmland  viability,  in
    26      accordance  with a programmatic and financial plan to be approved by
    27      the director of the budget. Notwithstanding any other  provision  of
    28      law,  the director of the budget is hereby authorized to transfer up
    29      to $1,117,000 of this appropriation to state operations ............
    30      1,117,000 ............................................. (re. $8,000)
    31    For additional services and expenses of programs to  promote  agricul-
    32      tural  economic  development,  including but not limited to farmland
    33      viability, in accordance with a programmatic and financial  plan  to
    34      be approved by the director of the budget. Notwithstanding any other
    35      provision of law, the director of the budget is hereby authorized to
    36      transfer  up  to  $118,000 of this appropriation to state operations
    37      ... 118,000 ......................................... (re. $118,000)
    38    For services and expenses of northern New York  agricultural  develop-
    39      ment ... 400,000 ..................................... (re. $16,000)
    40    For services and expenses of NY Agritourism ..........................
    41      1,130,000 ........................................... (re. $202,000)
    42    For  services and expenses of the center for dairy excellence adminis-
    43      tered by the New York state farm viability institute ...............
    44      750,000 .............................................. (re. $53,000)
    45    For services and expenses related to the New York Beef Producers  Bull
    46      Testing Program ... 16,000 ............................ (re. $3,000)
    47    For  services  and  expenses  related  to  the New York Beef Producers
    48      Empire Heifer Development Program ... 14,000 .......... (re. $5,000)

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                          DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE AND MARKETS
 
                     AID TO LOCALITIES - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2016-17
 
     1  By chapter 55, section 1, of the laws of 2007, as amended by chapter 55,
     2      section 1, of the laws of 2010:
     3    For  additional  services and expenses of the farm viability institute
     4      ... 400,000 .......................................... (re. $57,000)
 
     5  By chapter 55, section 1, of the laws of 2006:
     6    For additional services and expenses of programs to  promote  agricul-
     7      tural  economic  development,  including but not limited to farmland
     8      viability, in accordance with a programmatic and financial  plan  to
     9      be approved by the director of the budget. Notwithstanding any other
    10      provision of law, the director of the budget is hereby authorized to
    11      transfer  up  to  $118,000 of this appropriation to state operations
    12      ... 118,000 ......................................... (re. $118,000)
    13    For services and expenses of NY Agritourism ..........................
    14      1,000,000 ........................................... (re. $141,000)
 
    15  By chapter 55, section 1, of the laws of 2006, as amended by chapter 55,
    16      section 1, of the laws of 2007:
    17    For services and expenses related to  agricultural  research,  disease
    18      prevention,   technical   assistance,  and  community  outreach,  in
    19      conjunction with  Cornell  university,  and  in  accordance  with  a
    20      programmatic  and  financial  plan to be approved by the director of
    21      budget and allocated pursuant to the following:
    22    For services and expenses of northern New York  agricultural  develop-
    23      ment ... 400,000 ..................................... (re. $13,000)
 
    24  By  chapter  55,  section  1, of the laws of 2006, as amended by chapter
    25      108, section 5, of the laws of 2006:
    26    For payment to agricultural or horticultural corporations  and  county
    27      extension  service associations that are eligible to receive premium
    28      reimbursement pursuant to section 286 of the agriculture and markets
    29      law for the costs of construction, renovation, alteration, rehabili-
    30      tation, improvements or repair of fairground buildings or facilities
    31      used to house and  promote  agriculture,  to  be  allocated  by  the
    32      commissioner  such that each eligible agricultural and horticultural
    33      corporation or county extension service shall receive for a fair  or
    34      exposition  an  amount  of thirty thousand dollars plus a portion of
    35      the remaining amount available, based  upon  the  average  five-year
    36      total attendance of each such event from 2001 through 2005 .........
    37      3,000,000 ............................................ (re. $96,000)
 
    38  By chapter 55, section 1, of the laws of 2005:
    39    For  services  and  expenses  of  the  Clarkson  dairy waste to energy
    40      program ... 1,000,000 ............................... (re. $104,000)
 
    41    Special Revenue Funds - Federal
    42    Federal USDA-Food and Nutrition Services Fund
    43    Federal Agriculture and Markets Account - 25021
 
    44  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2015:
    45    For services and expenses of non-point source pollution control, farm-
    46      land preservation, and other agricultural programs including  subal-

                                           44                         12653-10-6
 
                          DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE AND MARKETS
 
                     AID TO LOCALITIES - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2016-17
 
     1      location  to  other state departments and agencies including liabil-
     2      ities incurred prior to April 1, 2015. Notwithstanding section 51 of
     3      the state finance law and any other provision of law to the  contra-
     4      ry,  the  funds appropriated herein may be increased or decreased by
     5      transfer from/to appropriations for any prior  or  subsequent  grant
     6      period  within the same federal fund/program and between state oper-
     7      ations and aid to localities to accomplish the intent of this appro-
     8      priation, as long as such corresponding prior/subsequent grant peri-
     9      ods within such appropriations have been reappropriated as necessary
    10      (11498) ... 20,000,000 ........................... (re. $20,000,000)
 
    11  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2014:
    12    For services and expenses of non-point source pollution control, farm-
    13      land preservation, and other agricultural programs including  subal-
    14      location  to  other state departments and agencies including liabil-
    15      ities incurred prior to April 1, 2014. Notwithstanding section 51 of
    16      the state finance law and any other provision of law to the  contra-
    17      ry,  the  funds appropriated herein may be increased or decreased by
    18      transfer from/to appropriations for any prior  or  subsequent  grant
    19      period  within the same federal fund/program and between state oper-
    20      ations and aid to localities to accomplish the intent of this appro-
    21      priation, as long as such corresponding prior/subsequent grant peri-
    22      ods within such appropriations have been reappropriated as necessary
    23      ... 20,000,000 ................................... (re. $20,000,000)
 
    24  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2013:
    25    For services and expenses of non-point source pollution control, farm-
    26      land preservation, and other agricultural programs including  subal-
    27      location  to  other state departments and agencies including liabil-
    28      ities incurred prior to April 1, 2013. Notwithstanding section 51 of
    29      the state finance law and any other provision of law to the  contra-
    30      ry,  the  funds appropriated herein may be increased or decreased by
    31      transfer from/to appropriations for any prior  or  subsequent  grant
    32      period  within the same federal fund/program and between state oper-
    33      ations and aid to localities to accomplish the intent of this appro-
    34      priation, as long as such corresponding prior/subsequent grant peri-
    35      ods within such appropriations have been reappropriated as necessary
    36      ... 20,000,000 ...................................... (re. $100,000)
 
    37  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2012:
    38    For services and expenses of non-point source pollution control, farm-
    39      land preservation, and other agricultural programs including  subal-
    40      location  to  other state departments and agencies including liabil-
    41      ities incurred prior to April 1, 2012. Notwithstanding section 51 of
    42      the state finance law and any other provision of law to the  contra-
    43      ry,  the  funds appropriated herein may be increased or decreased by
    44      transfer from/to appropriations for any prior  or  subsequent  grant
    45      period  within the same federal fund/program and between state oper-
    46      ations and aid to localities to accomplish the intent of this appro-
    47      priation, as long as such corresponding prior/subsequent grant peri-
    48      ods within such appropriations have been reappropriated as necessary
    49      ... 20,000,000 ...................................... (re. $100,000)

                                           45                         12653-10-6
 
                          DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE AND MARKETS
 
                     AID TO LOCALITIES - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2016-17
 
     1  By chapter 55, section 1, of the laws of 2009, as amended by chapter 55,
     2      section 1, of the laws of 2010:
 
     3    General Fund
     4    Community Projects Fund - 007
     5    Account EE
 
     6    Maintenance Undistributed
 
     7    For  services and expenses or for contracts with municipalities and/or
     8      private not-for-profit agencies for the amounts herein provided:
 
     9    RENSSELAER COUNTY AGRICULTURAL and HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY .............
    10      2,500 ................................................. (re. $2,500)
 
    11  By chapter 55, section 1, of the laws of 2008, as amended by chapter 53,
    12      section 1, of the laws of 2011:
 
    13    Maintenance Undistributed
 
    14    For services and expenses or for contracts with municipalities  and/or
    15      private not-for-profit agencies for the amounts herein provided:
 
    16    General Fund
    17    Community Projects Fund - 007
    18    Account AA
 
    19    Afton Driving Park and Agricultural Assoc. Inc. ......................
    20      7,500 ................................................. (re. $7,500)
    21    Cornell University Cooperative Extension of Broome County ............
    22      100,000 ............................................. (re. $100,000)
    23    Greater Binghamton SCORE Chapter 217 ... 5,000 .......... (re. $5,000)
    24    Mohawk and Hudson River Humane Society ... 50,000 ...... (re. $50,000)
    25    Saugerties Farmers Market ... 2,500 ..................... (re. $2,500)
    26    Western NY Wool Cooperative ... 10,000 ................. (re. $10,000)
    27    Wyoming County Fair Association ... 25,000 ............. (re. $25,000)
 
    28    General Fund
    29    Community Projects Fund - 007
    30    Account EE
 
    31    GENESEE COUNTY AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY, INC. ... 1,000 ..... (re. $1,000)
    32    RENAISSANCE FARMER'S MARKET ... 600 ....................... (re. $600)
 
    33  By chapter 55, section 1, of the laws of 2007, as amended by chapter 53,
    34      section 1, of the laws of 2012:
 
    35    Maintenance Undistributed
 
    36    For  services and expenses or for contracts with municipalities and/or
    37      private not-for-profit agencies for the amounts herein provided:

                                           46                         12653-10-6
 
                          DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE AND MARKETS
 
                     AID TO LOCALITIES - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2016-17
 
     1    General Fund
     2    Community Projects Fund - 007
     3    Account AA
 
     4    Chautauqua County Beekeepers Association ... 500 .......... (re. $500)
     5    Chautauqua County Humane Society, Inc., SPCA .........................
     6      10,000 ............................................... (re. $10,000)
     7    Project Renewal, Inc. ... 25,000 ....................... (re. $25,000)
 
     8    General Fund
     9    Community Projects Fund - 007
    10    Account EE

    11    HERKIMER COUNTY FAIR ASSOCIATION ... 5,000 .............. (re. $5,000)
 
    12  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2002, as amended by chapter 55,
    13      section 1, of the laws of 2002:
 
    14    Maintenance Undistributed
 
    15    For  services and expenses or for contracts with municipalities and/or
    16      private not-for-profit agencies for the amounts herein provided:
 
    17    General Fund
    18    Community Projects Fund - 007
    19    Account AA
 
    20    Cornell Cooperative Extension of Chemung County ......................
    21      17,300 ............................................... (re. $17,300)
    22    Cornell Cooperative Extension of Sullivan County .....................
    23      5,000 ................................................. (re. $5,000)
    24    East End Institute ... 100,000 ........................ (re. $100,000)
    25    Essex County Fair ... 10,000 ........................... (re. $10,000)

    26    General Fund
    27    Community Projects Fund - 007
    28    Account EE
 
    29    Cornell Cooperative Extension Dutchess County ........................
    30      25,000 ............................................... (re. $25,000)
 
    31  By chapter 55, section 1, of the laws of 2000:
 
    32    Maintenance Undistributed
 
    33    General Fund
    34    Community Projects Fund - 007
    35    Account AA
 
    36    For services and expenses, grants in aid, or for contracts with  muni-
    37      cipalities  and/or private not-for-profit agencies. The funds appro-

                                           47                         12653-10-6
 
                          DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE AND MARKETS
 
                     AID TO LOCALITIES - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2016-17
 
     1      priated hereby may be suballocated  to  any  department,  agency  or
     2      public authority ... 1,000,000 .................... (re. $1,000,000)
 
     3    Maintenance Undistributed
 
     4    For  services and expenses or for contracts with municipalities and/or
     5      private not-for-profit agencies for the amounts herein provided:
 
     6    General Fund
     7    Community Projects Fund - 007
     8    Account AA
 
     9    East End Institute/Siting of LI Farm Market ..........................
    10      175,000 ............................................. (re. $175,000)
 
    11  By chapter 55, section 1, of the laws of 1999, as amended by chapter 55,
    12      section 1, of the laws of 2008:
 
    13    Maintenance Undistributed
 
    14    General Fund
    15    Community Projects Fund - 007
    16    Account AA
 
    17    For services and expenses, grants in aid, or for contracts with  muni-
    18      cipalities  and/or private not-for-profit agencies. The funds appro-
    19      priated hereby may be suballocated  to  any  department,  agency  or
    20      public authority ... 1,000,000 .................... (re. $1,000,000)

                                           48                         12653-10-6
 
                                   COUNCIL ON THE ARTS
 
                               AID TO LOCALITIES   2016-17
 
     1  For payment according to the following schedule:
 
     2                                          APPROPRIATIONS  REAPPROPRIATIONS
 
     3    General Fund .......................      41,115,000        31,881,000
     4    Special Revenue Funds - Federal ....       1,413,000         6,952,000
     5    Special Revenue Funds - Other ......         196,000                 0
     6                                        ----------------  ----------------
     7      All Funds ........................      42,724,000        38,833,000
     8                                        ================  ================
 
     9                                  SCHEDULE
 
    10  COUNCIL ON THE ARTS PROGRAM ................................. 42,504,000
    11                                                            --------------
 
    12    General Fund
    13    Local Assistance Account - 10000
 
    14  For state financial assistance for the arts.
    15    Notwithstanding  any  other section of law
    16    to the contrary, this appropriation may be
    17    used for  state  financial  assistance  to
    18    nonprofit  cultural organizations offering
    19    services to the general public,  including
    20    but  not  limited  to,  orchestras,  dance
    21    companies,  museums  and  theatre   groups
    22    including   nonprofit  cultural  organiza-
    23    tions, botanical gardens, zoos,  aquariums
    24    and  public  benefit corporations offering
    25    programs of  arts  related  education  for
    26    elementary  and  secondary  school  pupils
    27    provided that, notwithstanding any  incon-
    28    sistent  provision  of law, $100,000 shall
    29    be suballocated to the Nelson A.    Rocke-
    30    feller  empire state plaza performing arts
    31    center corporation in support of  programs
    32    for  performing  arts  and  other cultural
    33    events, and related uses for  the  benefit
    34    of  the  citizens  of New York state. Such
    35    programs may include  activities  directly
    36    undertaken  by  the grantee, or indirectly
    37    by regranting of state funds  by  regional
    38    or local arts councils, among other organ-
    39    izations,  to nonprofit cultural organiza-
    40    tions.
    41  Grants, including  capital  grants,  awarded
    42    may  be  used  for programs and activities
    43    relating to  arts  disciplines  including,
    44    but  not  limited to, architecture, dance,
    45    design, music, theater, media, literature,

                                           49                         12653-10-6
 
                                   COUNCIL ON THE ARTS
 
                               AID TO LOCALITIES   2016-17
 
     1    museum activities, visual arts, folk arts,
     2    and arts in education programs (12111) ...... 40,635,000
     3  For services and expenses of CNY Arts, Inc. ...... 100,000
     4  For  services  and  expenses of Center State
     5    CEO ............................................ 100,000
     6  For services and expenses of  Auburn  Public
     7    Theatre, Inc. ................................... 60,000
     8                                              --------------
     9      Program account subtotal .................. 40,895,000
    10                                              --------------

    11    Special Revenue Funds - Federal
    12    Federal Miscellaneous Operating Grants Fund
    13    Council on the Arts Account - 25376
 
    14  For   financial   assistance   to  nonprofit
    15    cultural organizations (12111) ............... 1,413,000
    16                                              --------------
    17      Program account subtotal ................... 1,413,000
    18                                              --------------
 
    19    Special Revenue Funds - Other
    20    Arts Capital Revolving Fund
    21    Arts Capital Revolving Account - 21850
 
    22  For services and expenses of the arts  capi-
    23    tal revolving loan fund (12111) ................ 196,000
    24                                              --------------
    25      Program account subtotal ..................... 196,000
    26                                              --------------
 
    27  EMPIRE  STATE  PLAZA  PERFORMING  ARTS  CENTER CORPORATION
    28    PROGRAM ...................................................... 220,000
    29                                                            --------------
 
    30    General Fund
    31    Local Assistance Account - 10000
 
    32  For  state  financial  assistance  for   the
    33    empire  state plaza performing arts center
    34    corporation (12105) ............................ 220,000
    35                                              --------------

                                           50                         12653-10-6
 
                                   COUNCIL ON THE ARTS
 
                     AID TO LOCALITIES - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2016-17
 
     1  ADMINISTRATION PROGRAM
 
     2    General Fund
     3    Local Assistance Account - 10000
 
     4  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2012:
     5    For state financial assistance for the arts. This appropriation may be
     6      used  for state financial assistance to nonprofit cultural organiza-
     7      tions offering services to the general  public,  including  but  not
     8      limited  to, orchestras, dance companies, museums and theatre groups
     9      including nonprofit cultural organizations, botanical gardens, zoos,
    10      aquariums and public benefit corporations offering programs of  arts
    11      including  but not limited to those related to education for elemen-
    12      tary and secondary school pupils. Such programs may  include  activ-
    13      ities  directly undertaken by the grantee, or indirectly by regrant-
    14      ing of state funds by regional or local arts councils,  among  other
    15      organizations, to nonprofit cultural organizations.
    16    Grants, including capital grants, awarded may be used for programs and
    17      activities  relating  to arts disciplines including, but not limited
    18      to, architecture, dance, design, music, theater, media,  literature,
    19      museum  activities,  visual  arts,  folk arts, and arts in education
    20      programs ... 35,635,000 ............................. (re. $132,000)
 
    21  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2011:
    22    For state financial assistance for the arts. This appropriation may be
    23      used for state financial assistance to nonprofit cultural  organiza-
    24      tions  offering  services  to  the general public, including but not
    25      limited to, orchestras, dance companies, museums and theatre  groups
    26      including nonprofit cultural organizations, botanical gardens, zoos,
    27      aquariums  and public benefit corporations offering programs of arts
    28      related education for elementary and secondary school pupils.   Such
    29      programs  may include activities directly undertaken by the grantee,
    30      or indirectly by regranting of state funds by regional or local arts
    31      councils, among other organizations, to nonprofit cultural organiza-
    32      tions.
    33    Grants, including capital grants, awarded may be used for programs and
    34      activities relating to arts disciplines including, but  not  limited
    35      to,  architecture, dance, design, music, theater, media, literature,
    36      museum activities, visual arts, folk arts,  and  arts  in  education
    37      programs ... 31,635,000 .............................. (re. $35,000)
 
    38    Special Revenue Funds - Federal
    39    Federal Miscellaneous Operating Grants Fund
    40    Council on the Arts Account - 25376
 
    41  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2012:
    42    For financial assistance to nonprofit cultural organizations .........
    43      1,413,000 ......................................... (re. $1,011,000)

    44  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2011:
    45    For  financial  assistance  to  nonprofit  cultural  organizations ...
    46      2,413,000 ......................................... (re. $1,666,000)

                                           51                         12653-10-6
 
                                   COUNCIL ON THE ARTS
 
                     AID TO LOCALITIES - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2016-17
 
     1  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2010:
     2    For financial assistance to nonprofit cultural organizations .........
     3      2,413,000 ......................................... (re. $1,450,000)
 
     4  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2009:
     5    For financial assistance to nonprofit cultural organizations .........
     6      2,413,000 ......................................... (re. $1,598,000)
 
     7  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2008:
     8    For financial assistance to nonprofit cultural organizations .........
     9      1,413,000 ........................................... (re. $633,000)
 
    10  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2007:
    11    For  financial  assistance to nonprofit cultural organizations for the
    12      grant period July 1, 2007 to June 30, 2008 .........................
    13      1,513,000 ........................................... (re. $733,000)
 
    14  COUNCIL ON THE ARTS PROGRAM
 
    15    General Fund
    16    Local Assistance Account - 10000
 
    17  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2015:
    18    For state financial assistance for the arts. Notwithstanding any other
    19      section of law to the contrary, this appropriation may be  used  for
    20      state  financial  assistance  to  nonprofit  cultural  organizations
    21      offering services to the general public, including but  not  limited
    22      to,  orchestras, dance companies, museums and theatre groups includ-
    23      ing  nonprofit  cultural  organizations,  botanical  gardens,  zoos,
    24      aquariums  and public benefit corporations offering programs of arts
    25      related  education  for  elementary  and  secondary  school   pupils
    26      provided  that,  notwithstanding  any inconsistent provision of law,
    27      $100,000 shall be suballocated to the Nelson A.  Rockefeller  empire
    28      state  plaza  performing  arts  center  corporation  in  support  of
    29      programs for performing arts and other cultural events, and  related
    30      uses  for  the  benefit  of  the  citizens  of  New York state. Such
    31      programs may include activities directly undertaken by the  grantee,
    32      or indirectly by regranting of state funds by regional or local arts
    33      councils, among other organizations, to nonprofit cultural organiza-
    34      tions.
    35    Grants, including capital grants, awarded may be used for programs and
    36      activities  relating  to arts disciplines including, but not limited
    37      to, architecture, dance, design, music, theater, media,  literature,
    38      museum  activities,  visual  arts,  folk arts, and arts in education
    39      programs (12111) ... 40,635,000 .................. (re. $30,351,000)
 
    40  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2014:
    41    For state financial assistance for the arts. Notwithstanding any other
    42      section of law to the contrary, this appropriation may be  used  for
    43      state  financial  assistance  to  nonprofit  cultural  organizations
    44      offering services to the general public, including but  not  limited
    45      to,  orchestras, dance companies, museums and theatre groups includ-

                                           52                         12653-10-6
 
                                   COUNCIL ON THE ARTS
 
                     AID TO LOCALITIES - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2016-17
 
     1      ing  nonprofit  cultural  organizations,  botanical  gardens,  zoos,
     2      aquariums  and public benefit corporations offering programs of arts
     3      related  education  for  elementary  and  secondary  school   pupils
     4      provided  that,  notwithstanding  any inconsistent provision of law,
     5      $100,000 shall be suballocated to the Nelson A.  Rockefeller  empire
     6      state  plaza  performing  arts  center  corporation  in  support  of
     7      programs for performing arts and other cultural events, and  related
     8      uses  for  the  benefit  of  the  citizens of New York state.   Such
     9      programs may include activities directly undertaken by the  grantee,
    10      or indirectly by regranting of state funds by regional or local arts
    11      councils, among other organizations, to nonprofit cultural organiza-
    12      tions.
    13    Grants, including capital grants, awarded may be used for programs and
    14      activities  relating  to arts disciplines including, but not limited
    15      to, architecture, dance, design, music, theater, media,  literature,
    16      museum  activities,  visual  arts,  folk arts, and arts in education
    17      programs ... 35,635,000 ........................... (re. $1,026,000)
 
    18  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2013:
    19    For state financial assistance for the arts. Notwithstanding any other
    20      section of law to the contrary, this appropriation may be  used  for
    21      state  financial  assistance  to  nonprofit  cultural  organizations
    22      offering services to the general public, including but  not  limited
    23      to,  orchestras, dance companies, museums and theatre groups includ-
    24      ing  nonprofit  cultural  organizations,  botanical  gardens,  zoos,
    25      aquariums  and public benefit corporations offering programs of arts
    26      related  education  for  elementary  and  secondary  school   pupils
    27      provided  that,  notwithstanding  any inconsistent provision of law,
    28      $100,000 shall be suballocated to the Nelson A.  Rockefeller  empire
    29      state  plaza  performing  arts  center  corporation  in  support  of
    30      programs for performing arts and other cultural events, and  related
    31      uses  for  the  benefit  of  the  citizens of New York state.   Such
    32      programs may include activities directly undertaken by the  grantee,
    33      or indirectly by regranting of state funds by regional or local arts
    34      councils, among other organizations, to nonprofit cultural organiza-
    35      tions.
    36    Grants, including capital grants, awarded may be used for programs and
    37      activities  relating  to arts disciplines including, but not limited
    38      to, architecture, dance, design, music, theater, media,  literature,
    39      museum  activities,  visual  arts,  folk arts, and arts in education
    40      programs ... 35,635,000 ............................. (re. $372,000)
 
    41    Special Revenue Funds - Federal
    42    Federal Miscellaneous Operating Grants Fund
    43    Council on the Arts Account - 25376
 
    44  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2015:
    45    For financial assistance to nonprofit cultural  organizations  (12111)
    46      ... 1,413,000 ..................................... (re. $1,171,000)
 
    47  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2014:

                                           53                         12653-10-6
 
                                   COUNCIL ON THE ARTS

                     AID TO LOCALITIES - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2016-17
 
     1    For financial assistance to nonprofit cultural organizations .........
     2      1,413,000 ........................................... (re. $837,000)
 
     3  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2013:
     4    For financial assistance to nonprofit cultural organizations .........
     5      1,413,000 ........................................... (re. $817,000)
 
     6    Special Revenue Funds - Other
     7    Arts Capital Revolving Fund
     8    Arts Capital Revolving Account - 21850
 
     9  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2015:
    10    For  services and expenses of the arts capital revolving loan fund ...
    11      196,000 ............................................. (re. $196,000)
 
    12  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2014:
    13    For services and expenses of the arts capital revolving loan fund ....
    14      196,000 ............................................. (re. $196,000)
 
    15  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2013:
    16    For services and expenses of the arts capital revolving loan fund  ...
    17      196,000 ............................................. (re. $196,000)

                                           54                         12653-10-6
 
                             DEPARTMENT OF AUDIT AND CONTROL
 
                               AID TO LOCALITIES   2016-17
 
     1  For payment according to the following schedule:
 
     2                                          APPROPRIATIONS  REAPPROPRIATIONS
 
     3    General Fund .......................      32,025,000                 0
     4                                        ----------------  ----------------
     5      All Funds ........................      32,025,000                 0
     6                                        ----------------  ----------------
 
     7                                  SCHEDULE
 
     8  STATE OPERATIONS PROGRAM .................................... 32,025,000
     9                                                            --------------
 
    10    General Fund
    11    Local Assistance Account - 10000
 
    12  For  state  reimbursements to cities, towns,
    13    or villages for payments made for  special
    14    accidental death benefits made pursuant to
    15    section  208-f  of  the  general municipal
    16    law, including the payment of  liabilities
    17    incurred  prior  to  April 1, 2016 and for
    18    state reimbursement to New York  city  for
    19    payments made for special accidental death
    20    benefits to beneficiaries of first respon-
    21    ders to the world trade center attack made
    22    pursuant  to  section 208-f of the general
    23    municipal law, including  the  payment  of
    24    liabilities  incurred  prior  to  April 1,
    25    2016. Notwithstanding  the  provisions  of
    26    any  other  law to the contrary, for state
    27    fiscal year 2016-2017 the liability of the
    28    state and the amount to be distributed  or
    29    otherwise  expended  by the state pursuant
    30    to section 208-f of the general  municipal
    31    law  shall be limited to the amount appro-
    32    priated (81003) ............................. 32,025,000
    33                                              --------------

                                           55                         12653-10-6
 
                               CITY UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK
 
                               AID TO LOCALITIES   2016-17
 
     1  For payment according to the following schedule:
 
     2                                          APPROPRIATIONS  REAPPROPRIATIONS

     3    General Fund .......................   1,479,078,000         1,000,000
     4                                        ----------------  ----------------
     5      All Funds ........................   1,479,078,000         1,000,000
     6                                        ================  ================
 
     7                                  SCHEDULE
 
     8  CITY UNIVERSITY--COMMUNITY COLLEGES ........................ 247,855,500
     9                                                            --------------
 
    10    General Fund
    11    Local Assistance Account - 10000
 
    12  OPERATING ASSISTANCE
 
    13  For   state  financial  assistance,  net  of
    14    disallowances, for operating  expenses  of
    15    community colleges to be expended pursuant
    16    to  regulations  developed  jointly by the
    17    state university  trustees  and  the  city
    18    university  trustees  and  approved by the
    19    director of the budget, and shall  include
    20    funds  available  on  a  matching basis to
    21    implement programs for  the  provision  of
    22    education  and  training services to indi-
    23    viduals   eligible   under   the   federal
    24    personal  responsibility and work opportu-
    25    nity reconciliation act of 1996.
    26  Notwithstanding any other provision of  law,
    27    rule  or regulation, aid payable from this
    28    appropriation to community colleges  shall
    29    be  distributed  to the colleges according
    30    to  guidelines  established  by  the  city
    31    university trustees.
    32  Notwithstanding  any  other  law,  rule,  or
    33    regulation to the contrary,  full  funding
    34    for  aidable  community college enrollment
    35    for the college fiscal  year  2016-17  and
    36    heretofore  as  provided under this appro-
    37    priation is determined  by  the  operating
    38    aid  formulas  defined  in  rules and regu
    39    lations developed jointly by the boards of
    40    trustees of the state  and  city  universi
    41    ties  and  approved by the director of the
    42    budget provided that the local sponsor may
    43    use funds contained in reserves for excess
    44    student revenue for operating support of a
    45    community college program even though said

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     1    expenditures  may   cause   expenses   and
     2    student  revenues  to  exceed one third of
     3    the college's net operating budget for the
     4    college  fiscal year 2016-17 provided that
     5    such funds  do  not  cause  the  college's
     6    revenue  from the local sponsor's contrib-
     7    ution in aggregate to  be  less  than  the
     8    comparable amounts for the previous commu-
     9    nity   college  fiscal  year  and  further
    10    provided that pursuant  to  standards  and
    11    regulations  of the state university trus-
    12    tees and the city university trustees  for
    13    the college fiscal year 2016-17, community
    14    colleges  may  increase  tuition  and fees
    15    above that allowable under current  educa-
    16    tion law if such standards and regulations
    17    require   that  in  order  to  exceed  the
    18    tuition limit otherwise set forth  in  the
    19    education law, local sponsor contributions
    20    either  in  the aggregate or for each full
    21    time equivalent student shall be  no  less
    22    than the comparable amounts for the previ-
    23    ous community college fiscal year (15496) . 220,690,000
    24  For   additional   operating   services  and
    25    expenses of community colleges ............... 6,273,000
    26  Notwithstanding any provision of law to  the
    27    contrary,  the city university of New York
    28    shall make awards  to  community  colleges
    29    from  the  next  generation NY job linkage
    30    program incentive fund based  on  measures
    31    of   student   success  for  all  students
    32    enrolled  in  programs   that   confer   a
    33    credit-bearing  certificate,  an associate
    34    of  occupational  studies  degree,  or  an
    35    associate   of   applied  science  degree,
    36    including, but not limited to:
    37  (1) The number of students who are  employed
    38    following degree or certificate completion
    39    and  their  wage  gains, if any, as deter-
    40    mined by the department  of  labor,  which
    41    shall  be  given  the  greatest  weighting
    42    among all measures of student success;
    43  (2)  The  number  of   degree   completions,
    44    certificate completions and student trans-
    45    fers   to  other  institutions  of  higher
    46    education;
    47  (3) The number  of  degree  and  certificate
    48    completions  under  the preceding item (2)
    49    by   students   considered    academically
    50    at-risk  due  to  economic disadvantage or
    51    other factor of underrepresentation within

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     1    the field  of  study;  veterans;  and  the
     2    disabled;
     3  (4) The number of students who make adequate
     4    progress towards completion of a degree or
     5    certificate, which may include accelerated
     6    completion  of  a  developmental education
     7    program;
     8  (5) The  number  of  degree  completions  in
     9    innovative  programs  designed  to  enable
    10    students to balance school, work and other
    11    personal responsibilities; and
    12  (6) The number of students engaged in career
    13    and  employment  opportunities   including
    14    apprenticeships,   cooperative   education
    15    programs or  other  paid  work  experience
    16    that is an integral part of their academic
    17    program.
    18  Provided  further,  however, awards shall be
    19    made on a prorata basis in accordance with
    20    a methodology and in  a  form  and  manner
    21    developed  by  the director of the budget,
    22    in consultation with the city university.
    23  Provided  further,  however,  on  or  before
    24    December  1,  2016, or an alternative date
    25    as determined by the director of the budg-
    26    et in consultation with the city universi-
    27    ty, the  city  university  trustees  shall
    28    submit a plan for approval by the director
    29    of  the  budget to allocate amounts avail-
    30    able for the next generation NY job  link-
    31    age  program  incentive  fund  pursuant to
    32    this appropriation (15543) ................... 2,000,000
 
    33  CATEGORICAL PROGRAMS
 
    34  For the payment of aid for community college
    35    categorical programs to be distributed  to
    36    the   colleges   according  to  guidelines
    37    established by the city  university  trus-
    38    tees:
    39  For  services  and  expenses  related to the
    40    establishment,   renovation,   alteration,
    41    expansion,  improvement  or  operation  of
    42    child care  centers  for  the  benefit  of
    43    students at the community college campuses
    44    of   the  city  university  of  New  York,
    45    provided that matching funds of  at  least
    46    35  percent  from nonstate sources be made
    47    available (15497) .............................. 813,100
    48  For  additional  services  and  expenses  of
    49    child care centers ............................. 902,000

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     1  For payment of rental aid (15498) .............. 8,948,000
     2  For state financial assistance for community
     3    college  contract  courses  and work force
     4    development (15536) .......................... 1,880,000
     5  For student financial assistance  to  expand
     6    opportunities in the community colleges of
     7    the  city university for the educationally
     8    and economically disadvantaged in  accord-
     9    ance  with  section  6452 of the education
    10    law (15537) .................................. 1,124,400
    11  For additional student financial  assistance
    12    to  expand  opportunities in the community
    13    colleges of the city  university  for  the
    14    educationally  and  economically disadvan-
    15    taged in accordance with section  6452  of
    16    the education law .............................. 225,000
    17  For services and expenses of the accelerated
    18    study in associates program .................. 2,500,000
    19  For a community schools grant awarded, based
    20    on  a  request for proposals issued by the
    21    chancellor  to   community   colleges   to
    22    improve   student   outcomes  through  the
    23    implementation   of   community    schools
    24    programs that use community college facil-
    25    ities  as community hubs to deliver co-lo-
    26    cated or college linked  child  and  elder
    27    care services, transportation, health care
    28    services,  family  counseling,  employment
    29    counseling,   legal   aid   and/or   other
    30    services to students and their families.
    31  Provided,  further, that such grant shall be
    32    awarded based on  factors  including,  but
    33    not  limited  to, the following: (i) meas-
    34    ures of need of students to be  served  by
    35    the  community college, (ii) the community
    36    college's proposal to target  the  highest
    37    need students, (iii) the sustainability of
    38    the  proposed  community  schools program,
    39    and (iv) proposal quality.
    40  Provided, further, that to  assess  proposal
    41    quality  in  order  to award such funding,
    42    the chancellor  shall  take  into  account
    43    factors including, but not limited to: (i)
    44    the   extent   to   which   the  community
    45    college's  proposal  would  provide   such
    46    community  services  through  partnerships
    47    with  local  governments   and   nonprofit
    48    organizations,  (ii)  the  extent to which
    49    the proposal would provide for delivery of
    50    such  services   directly   in   community
    51    college  facilities,  (iii)  the extent to
    52    which the proposal  articulates  how  such

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     1    services   would   facilitate   measurable
     2    improvement   in   student   and    family
     3    outcomes,  (iv)  the  extent  to which the
     4    proposal  articulates  and  identifies how
     5    existing  funding  streams  and   programs
     6    would  be  used  to provide such community
     7    services, and (v) the extent to which  the
     8    proposal   ensures   the   safety  of  all
     9    students, staff and community  members  in
    10    community   college   facilities  used  as
    11    community hubs.
    12  Provided,  further,   that   one   community
    13    schools grant may be awarded and the indi-
    14    vidual  community  school  site  shall  be
    15    limited to a maximum grant of $500,000  to
    16    be  paid  over  a  three  year  period  in
    17    installments upon  successful  implementa-
    18    tion   of   each   phase  of  a  community
    19    college's approved proposal (15401) ............ 500,000
    20  For services and expenses of the  apprentice
    21    CUNY  program  to  support  CUNY Community
    22    Colleges in  establishing  and  developing
    23    registered  apprenticeship  programs  with
    24    area businesses which may  include  educa-
    25    tional opportunity centers ................... 2,000,000
    26                                              --------------

    27  CITY UNIVERSITY--SENIOR COLLEGES ......................... 1,224,222,500
    28                                                            --------------
 
    29    General Fund
    30    Local Assistance Account - 10000
 
    31  CITY UNIVERSITY--SENIOR COLLEGE PROGRAMS
 
    32  For   the  costs  of  the  state  share,  as
    33    prescribed herein, as reimbursement to the
    34    city of New York to  be  paid  during  the
    35    state  fiscal year beginning April 1, 2016
    36    for the operating expenses of  the  senior
    37    college  approved programs and services of
    38    the city university of New York as defined
    39    in section 6230 of the education law.
    40  Notwithstanding paragraphs 3 and 4 of subdi-
    41    vision A of section 6221 of the  education
    42    law,  the amount appropriated herein shall
    43    constitute the maximum state  payment  for
    44    the  2016-17  state  fiscal year beginning
    45    April 1, 2016 to the city of New York,  of
    46    which $428,000,000 is a state liability to
    47    the city for the period beginning April 1,
    48    2016 through June 30, 2017, for reimburse-

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     1    ment  of costs incurred by the city at any
     2    time during the 2015-16 academic year.
     3  Notwithstanding  any  inconsistent provision
     4    of law, the  dormitory  authority  of  the
     5    state  of New York may issue bonds for the
     6    purpose of reimbursing equipment disburse-
     7    ments subject to subdivision 14 of section
     8    1680 of the  public  authorities  law  and
     9    upon  transfer of bond proceeds for equip-
    10    ment disbursements, from the city  univer-
    11    sity  special revenue fund, facilities and
    12    planning income reimbursable account  (NA)
    13    to an account of the city of New York, the
    14    general  fund  appropriations herein shall
    15    be reduced by amounts equivalent  to  such
    16    transfers   but  in  no  event  less  than
    17    $20,000,000 for the 12-month period begin-
    18    ning July 1, 2016; the  transfer  of  such
    19    bond proceeds shall immediately and equiv-
    20    alently  reduce  the  general fund amounts
    21    appropriated herein; and the  portions  of
    22    such   general   fund   appropriations  so
    23    affected shall have no  further  force  or
    24    effect.
    25  The  state  share  of  operating expenses, a
    26    portion of which is appropriated herein as
    27    reimbursement to New York city,  shall  be
    28    an  amount  equal  to  the  net  operating
    29    expenses of the  senior  college  approved
    30    programs  and  services  which shall equal
    31    the total operating expenses  of  approved
    32    programs and services less:
    33    (a)  all  excess tuition and instructional
    34      and noninstructional  fees  attributable
    35      to the senior colleges received from the
    36      city university construction fund;
    37    (b)   miscellaneous   revenue   and  fees,
    38      including bad debt recoveries and income
    39      fund reimbursable cost recoveries;
    40    (c) pursuant to section 6221 of the educa-
    41      tion law, a representative share of  the
    42      operating   costs  of  those  activities
    43      within central administration and  univ-
    44      ersitywide programs which, as determined
    45      by  the  state  budget  director, relate
    46      jointly  to  the  senior  colleges   and
    47      community  colleges,  and  New York city
    48      support for associate degree programs at
    49      the College of Staten Island and  Medgar
    50      Evers  College  and  notwithstanding any
    51      other provision of law,  rule  or  regu-
    52      lation,  New York city support for asso-

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     1      ciate degree programs at New  York  city
     2      college   of  technology  and  John  Jay
     3      college, with such support based on  the
     4      2013-14 full-time equivalent (FTE) asso-
     5      ciate   degree   enrollments   at  these
     6      campuses and calculated  using  the  New
     7      York  city contribution per city univer-
     8      sity community college FTE in the  2013-
     9      14 base year, totaling $32,275,000;
    10  Items  (a) and (b) of the foregoing shall be
    11    hereafter  referred  to  as   the   senior
    12    college  revenue  offset,  and item (c) as
    13    the central administration  and  universi-
    14    ty-wide programs offset.
    15  In  no event shall the state support for the
    16    operating expenses of the  senior  college
    17    approved  programs and services for the 12
    18    month period beginning July 1, 2016 exceed
    19    $1,238,546,900 (15422) ................... 1,218,900,000
    20  For services  and  expenses  of  the  Joseph
    21    Murphy Institute (15499) ....................... 500,000
    22  For  additional services and expenses of the
    23    Joseph Murphy Institute .......................1,125,000
    24  For  services  and  expenses  of  the   SEEK
    25    program ...................................... 3,510,000
    26  For  services and expenses of the CUNY pipe-
    27    line program at the graduate center ............ 187,500
    28                                              --------------
 
    29  CITY UNIVERSITY--SENIOR COLLEGE PENSION PAYMENTS ............. 2,000,000
    30                                                            --------------
 
    31    General Fund
    32    Local Assistance Account - 10000
 
    33  For payment of financial assistance  to  the
    34    city  of  New  York  for  certain costs of
    35    retirement incentive  programs  and  other
    36    liabilities   attributable   to   employee
    37    retirement systems and for special pension
    38    payments attributable to employees of  the
    39    senior  colleges of the city university of
    40    New York pursuant to  chapters  975,  976,
    41    and 977 of the laws of 1977, in accordance
    42    with section 6231 of the education law and
    43    chapter  958  of  the  laws  of  1981,  as
    44    amended (15500) .............................. 2,000,000
    45                                              --------------
 
    46  METROPOLITAN COMMUTER TRANSPORTATION MOBILITY TAX ............ 5,000,000
    47                                                            --------------

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     1    General Fund
     2    Local Assistance Account - 10000
 
     3  For  payment  of  the  metropolitan commuter
     4    transportation mobility  tax  pursuant  to
     5    article  23  of  the tax law as amended by
     6    chapter 25 of the laws  of  2009  for  the
     7    period  July  1,  2016 to June 30, 2017 on
     8    behalf of those senior  college  employees
     9    employed  in  the  commuter transportation
    10    district. Notwithstanding any other law to
    11    the contrary, this appropriation  may  not
    12    be decreased by interchange with any other
    13    appropriation (15481) ........................ 5,000,000
    14                                              --------------

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     1  CITY UNIVERSITY--COMMUNITY COLLEGES
 
     2    General Fund
     3    Local Assistance Account - 10000
 
     4  CATEGORICAL PROGRAMS
 
     5  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2015:
     6    For community schools grants awarded, based on a request for proposals
     7      issued  by  the  chancellor to community colleges to improve student
     8      outcomes through the implementation of  community  schools  programs
     9      that  use  community college facilities as community hubs to deliver
    10      co-located or college-linked child and elder care  services,  trans-
    11      portation, health care services, family counseling, employment coun-
    12      seling,  legal aid and/or other services to students and their fami-
    13      lies.
    14    Provided, further, that such grants shall be awarded based on  factors
    15      including,  but  not limited to, the following: (i) measures of need
    16      of students to be served by each of the community colleges, (ii) the
    17      community college's proposal to target the  highest  need  students,
    18      (iii)  the sustainability of the proposed community schools program,
    19      and (iv) proposal quality.
    20    Provided, further, that to assess proposal quality in order  to  award
    21      such funding, the chancellor shall take into account factors includ-
    22      ing,  but  not  limited  to:  (i)  the extent to which the community
    23      college's proposal would provide  such  community  services  through
    24      partnerships  with  local  governments and non-profit organizations,
    25      (ii) the extent to which the proposal would provide for delivery  of
    26      such  services  directly  in community college facilities, (iii) the
    27      extent to which the proposal articulates  how  such  services  would
    28      facilitate  measurable  improvement  in student and family outcomes,
    29      (iv) the extent to which the proposal articulates and identifies how
    30      existing funding streams and programs would be used to provide  such
    31      community services, and (v) the extent to which the proposal ensures
    32      the safety of all students, staff and community members in community
    33      college facilities used as community hubs.
    34    Provided,  further,  that  up  to  two community schools grants may be
    35      awarded and each individual community school site shall  be  limited
    36      to  a  maximum grant of $500,000 to be paid over a three year period
    37      in installments upon successful implementation of each  phase  of  a
    38      community college's approved proposal ..............................
    39      1,000,000 ......................................... (re. $1,000,000)

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     1  For payment according to the following schedule:
 
     2                                          APPROPRIATIONS  REAPPROPRIATIONS
 
     3    General Fund .......................      20,493,000        21,532,000
     4    Internal Service Funds .............       9,000,000        12,884,000
     5                                        ----------------  ----------------
     6      All Funds ........................      29,493,000        34,416,000
     7                                        ================  ================
 
     8                                  SCHEDULE
 
     9  COMMUNITY SUPERVISION PROGRAM ............................... 14,613,000
    10                                                            --------------
 
    11    General Fund
    12    Local Assistance Account - 10000
 
    13  For  payment of services and expenses relat-
    14    ing to the operation of a program with the
    15    center  for  employment  opportunities  to
    16    assist   with   vocational  or  employment
    17    skills  training  or  the  attainment   of
    18    employment (17576) ........................... 1,029,000
    19  For  costs  associated with the provision of
    20    treatment, residential  stabilization  and
    21    other  related  services  for offenders in
    22    the   community,   including   residential
    23    stabilization  for sex offenders, pursuant
    24    to existing contracts or to be distributed
    25    through a competitive process (17570) ........ 4,584,000
    26                                              --------------
    27      Program account subtotal ................... 5,613,000
    28                                              --------------
 
    29    Internal Service Funds
    30    Agencies Internal Service Fund
    31    Center for Employment Opportunities NWP Account
 
    32  For services and expenses related to  estab-
    33    lishing  and  administering  a  vocational
    34    training  program  for   parolees,   other
    35    offenders,  or former inmates from city of
    36    New York jails participating in  community
    37    based programs with the center for employ-
    38    ment  opportunities.  Notwithstanding  any
    39    other provision of law  to  the  contrary,
    40    the  chairman of the board of parole, or a
    41    designated officer of  the  department  of
    42    corrections  and community supervision may
    43    authorize participants to perform  service
    44    projects  at  sites  made available by any

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     1    state or local government or public  bene-
     2    fit corporation .............................. 9,000,000
     3                                              --------------
     4      Program account subtotal ................... 9,000,000
     5                                              --------------

     6  HEALTH SERVICES PROGRAM ..................................... 14,000,000
     7                                                            --------------
 
     8    General Fund
     9    Local Assistance Account - 10000
 
    10  Notwithstanding  any  inconsistent provision
    11    of law, the money hereby appropriated  may
    12    be  used  for  the  payment  of prior year
    13    liabilities  and  may  be   increased   or
    14    decreased  by interchange or transfer with
    15    any other general fund appropriation with-
    16    in  the  department  of  corrections   and
    17    community supervision with the approval of
    18    the  director  of the budget. A portion of
    19    these funds may be transferred or  sub-al-
    20    located  to  the  department  of health or
    21    other state agencies.
    22  For the state share  of  medical  assistance
    23    services  expenses incurred by the depart-
    24    ment of corrections and  community  super-
    25    vision related to the provision of medical
    26    assistance services to inmates (17503) ...... 14,000,000
    27                                              --------------
 
    28  PROGRAM SERVICES PROGRAM ....................................... 680,000
    29                                                            --------------
 
    30    General Fund
    31    Local Assistance Account - 10000
 
    32  For  services  and  expenses of a program at
    33    the  Albion  correctional  facility,   and
    34    other  correctional  facilities related to
    35    family televisiting (Osborne  Association)
    36    (17567) ........................................ 430,000
    37  For  services  and  expenses of a program at
    38    the Queensboro correctional  facility,  or
    39    another  correctional  facility  as deter-
    40    mined  by  the  commissioner,  related  to
    41    re-entry  with  a focus on family (Osborne
    42    Association) (17504) ........................... 250,000
    43                                              --------------
 
    44  SUPPORT SERVICES PROGRAM ....................................... 200,000
    45                                                            --------------

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     1    General Fund
     2    Local Assistance Account - 10000
 
     3  For  services and expenses of localities for
     4    the housing and board of felony  offenders
     5    pursuant   to   section   601-c   of   the
     6    correction law (17501) ......................... 200,000
     7                                              --------------

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     1  COMMUNITY SUPERVISION PROGRAM
 
     2    General Fund
     3    Local Assistance Account - 10000
 
     4  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2015:
     5    For  payment  of  services and expenses relating to the operation of a
     6      program with the center for employment opportunities to assist  with
     7      vocational  or  employment  skills  training  or  the  attainment of
     8      employment (17576) ... 1,029,000 .................. (re. $1,029,000)
     9    For costs associated with  the  provision  of  treatment,  residential
    10      stabilization and other related services for offenders in the commu-
    11      nity,  including residential stabilization for sex offenders, pursu-
    12      ant to existing contracts or to be distributed through a competitive
    13      process (17570) ... 4,584,000 ..................... (re. $3,492,000)
 
    14  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2014:
    15    For payment of services and expenses relating to the  operation  of  a
    16      program  with the center for employment opportunities to assist with
    17      vocational or  employment  skills  training  or  the  attainment  of
    18      employment ... 1,029,000 ............................ (re. $100,000)
    19    For  costs  associated  with  the  provision of treatment, residential
    20      stabilization and other related services for offenders in the commu-
    21      nity, including residential stabilization for sex offenders,  pursu-
    22      ant to existing contracts or to be distributed through a competitive
    23      process ... 4,584,000 ............................... (re. $813,000)
 
    24  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2013:
    25    For  payment  of  services and expenses relating to the operation of a
    26      program with the center for employment opportunities to assist  with
    27      vocational  or  employment  skills  training  or  the  attainment of
    28      employment ... 1,029,000 ............................. (re. $50,000)
    29    For costs associated with  the  provision  of  treatment,  residential
    30      stabilization and other related services for offenders in the commu-
    31      nity,  including residential stabilization for sex offenders, pursu-
    32      ant to existing contracts or to be distributed through a competitive
    33      process ... 4,942,000 ............................... (re. $800,000)
 
    34  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2012:
    35    For costs associated with  the  provision  of  treatment,  residential
    36      stabilization and other related services for offenders in the commu-
    37      nity,  including residential stabilization for sex offenders, pursu-
    38      ant to existing contracts or to be distributed through a competitive
    39      process ... 4,942,000 ............................. (re. $1,111,000)
 
    40  By chapter 50, section 1, of the laws of 2010, as transferred by chapter
    41      53, section 1, of the laws of 2011:
    42    Notwithstanding the provisions of section 259-i of the executive  law,
    43      payments   made  pursuant  to  this  appropriation  for  liabilities
    44      incurred on or after April 1, 2006, but prior to September 1,  2008,
    45      shall be paid by the state at the actual per day per capita cost, as
    46      certified to the commissioner of correctional services by the appro-

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     1      priate  local  official,  for  the  care of such prisoners; provided
     2      however, such per diem per  capita  reimbursement  for  such  period
     3      pursuant  to  subdivision  3  of  section 259-i of the executive law
     4      shall  not exceed $40 and for such per diem per capita reimbursement
     5      for the period on or after September 1, 2008 but prior to  April  1,
     6      2009 pursuant to subdivision 3 of section 259-i of the executive law
     7      shall not exceed $37.60 ... 5,000,000 ............. (re. $1,629,000)
 
     8    Internal Service Funds
     9    Agencies Internal Service Fund
    10    [Neighborhood Work Project Account - 55059]
    11    Center for Employment Opportunities NWP Account
 
    12  The appropriation made by chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2015, to
    13      the neighborhood work project account - 55059, is hereby transferred
    14      and  reappropriated  to  the center for employment opportunities NWP
    15      account:
    16    For services and expenses related to establishing and administering  a
    17      vocational training program for parolees, other offenders, or former
    18      inmates from city of New York jails participating in community based
    19      programs with the center for employment opportunities. Notwithstand-
    20      ing  any other provision of law to the contrary, the chairman of the
    21      board of parole, or  a  designated  officer  of  the  department  of
    22      corrections  and community supervision may authorize participants to
    23      perform service projects at sites made available  by  any  state  or
    24      local government or public benefit corporation .....................
    25      8,000,000 ......................................... (re. $6,974,000)
 
    26  The appropriation made by chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2014, to
    27      the neighborhood work project account - 55059, is hereby transferred
    28      and  reappropriated  to  the center for employment opportunities NWP
    29      account:
    30    For services and expenses related to establishing and administering  a
    31      vocational training program for parolees, other offenders, or former
    32      inmates from city of New York jails participating in community based
    33      programs with the center for employment opportunities. Notwithstand-
    34      ing  any other provision of law to the contrary, the chairman of the
    35      board of parole, or  a  designated  officer  of  the  department  of
    36      corrections  and community supervision may authorize participants to
    37      perform service projects at sites made available  by  any  state  or
    38      local government or public benefit corporation .....................
    39      11,000,000 ........................................ (re. $5,910,000)
 
    40  The appropriation made by chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2013, to
    41      the neighborhood work project account - 55059, is hereby transferred
    42      and  reappropriated  to  the center for employment opportunities NWP
    43      account:
    44    For services and expenses related to establishing and administering  a
    45      vocational training program for parolees, other offenders, or former
    46      inmates from city of New York jails participating in community based
    47      programs  with  the  center for employment opportunities.   Notwith-
    48      standing any other provision of law to the contrary, the chairman of

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     1      the board of parole, or a designated officer of  the  department  of
     2      corrections  and community supervision may authorize participants to
     3      perform service projects at sites made available  by  any  state  or
     4      local government or public benefit corporation .....................
     5      11,000,000 ........................................ (re. $5,000,000)
 
     6  The appropriation made by chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2012, to
     7      the neighborhood work project account - 55059, is hereby transferred
     8      and  reappropriated  to  the center for employment opportunities NWP
     9      account:
    10    For services and expenses related to establishing and administering  a
    11      vocational training program for parolees, other offenders, or former
    12      inmates from city of New York jails participating in community based
    13      programs  with  the  center for employment opportunities.   Notwith-
    14      standing any other provision of law to the contrary, the chairman of
    15      the board of parole, or a designated officer of  the  department  of
    16      corrections  and community supervision may authorize participants to
    17      perform service projects at sites made available  by  any  state  or
    18      local government or public benefit corporation .....................
    19      11,000,000 ........................................ (re. $4,539,000)
 
    20  The appropriation made by chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2011, to
    21      the neighborhood work project account - 55059, is hereby transferred
    22      and  reappropriated  to  the center for employment opportunities NWP
    23      account:
    24    For services and expenses related to establishing and administering  a
    25      vocational training program for parolees, other offenders, or former
    26      inmates from city of New York jails participating in community based
    27      programs  with  the  center for employment opportunities.   Notwith-
    28      standing any other provision of law to the contrary, the chairman of
    29      the board of parole, or a designated officer of  the  department  of
    30      corrections  and community supervision may authorize participants to
    31      perform service projects at sites made available  by  any  state  or
    32      local government or public benefit corporation .....................
    33      11,000,000 ........................................ (re. $4,626,000)
 
    34  The appropriation made by chapter 50, section 1, of the laws of 2010, to
    35      the neighborhood work project account - 55059, is hereby transferred
    36      and  reappropriated  to  the center for employment opportunities NWP
    37      account:
    38    For services and expenses related to establishing and administering  a
    39      vocational training program for parolees, other offenders, or former
    40      inmates from city of New York jails participating in community based
    41      programs  with  the  center for employment opportunities.   Notwith-
    42      standing any other provision of law to the contrary, the chairman of
    43      the board of parole, or a designated  officer  of  the  division  of
    44      parole  may  authorize  participants  to perform service projects at
    45      sites made available by any state  or  local  government  or  public
    46      benefit corporation ... 11,000,000 ................ (re. $6,300,000)
 
    47  HEALTH SERVICES PROGRAM

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     1    General Fund
     2    Local Assistance Account - 10000
 
     3  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2015:
     4    Notwithstanding  any  inconsistent  provision of law, the money hereby
     5      appropriated may be used for the payment of prior  year  liabilities
     6      and  may  be  increased or decreased by interchange or transfer with
     7      any other  general  fund  appropriation  within  the  department  of
     8      corrections  and  community  supervision  with  the  approval of the
     9      director of the budget. A portion of these funds may be  transferred
    10      or  sub-allocated  to  the department of health or other state agen-
    11      cies.
    12    For the state share of medical assistance services  expenses  incurred
    13      by  the  department of corrections and community supervision related
    14      to the provision of medical assistance services to  inmates  (17503)
    15      ... 14,000,000 ................................... (re. $13,989,000)
 
    16  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2014:
    17    Notwithstanding  any  inconsistent  provision of law, the money hereby
    18      appropriated may be used for the payment of prior  year  liabilities
    19      and  may  be  increased or decreased by interchange or transfer with
    20      any other  general  fund  appropriation  within  the  department  of
    21      corrections  and  community  supervision  with  the  approval of the
    22      director of the budget. A portion of these funds may be  transferred
    23      or  sub-allocated  to  the department of health or other state agen-
    24      cies.
    25    For the state share of medical assistance services  expenses  incurred
    26      by  the  department of corrections and community supervision related
    27      to the provision of medical assistance services to inmates .........
    28      14,000,000 ........................................... (re. $50,000)
 
    29  PROGRAM SERVICES PROGRAM
 
    30    General Fund
    31    Local Assistance Account - 10000
 
    32  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2015:
    33    For services and expenses of a  program  at  the  Albion  correctional
    34      facility  related  to  family  tele-visiting  (Osborne  Association)
    35      (17567) ... 130,000 ................................. (re. $130,000)
    36    For services and expenses of a program at the Queensboro  correctional
    37      facility,  or  another  correctional  facility  as determined by the
    38      commissioner, related to re-entry with a focus  on  family  (Osborne
    39      Association) (17504) ... 250,000 .................... (re. $250,000)

    40  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2014:
    41    For  services  and  expenses  of  a program at the Albion correctional
    42      facility related to family tele-visiting (Osborne Association) .....
    43      130,000 ............................................... (re. $5,000)
    44    For services and expenses of a program at the Queensboro  correctional
    45      facility related to re-entry with a focus on family (Osborne Associ-
    46      ation) ... 250,000 ................................... (re. $70,000)

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     1  SUPPORT SERVICES PROGRAM
 
     2    General Fund
     3    Local Assistance Account - 10000
 
     4  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2015:
     5    For  services  and expenses of localities for the housing and board of
     6      felony offenders pursuant to section 601-c  of  the  correction  law
     7      (17501) ... 200,000 ................................. (re. $200,000)
 
     8  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2014:
     9    For  services  and expenses of localities for the housing and board of
    10      felony offenders pursuant to section 601-c of the correction law ...
    11      200,000 ............................................. (re. $200,000)
 
    12  By chapter 50, section 1, of the laws of 2008,  as  amended  by  chapter
    13      496, section 1, of the laws of 2008:
    14    For  services  and expenses of localities for the housing and board of
    15      coram nobis prisoners  in  accordance  with  section  601-b  of  the
    16      correction law, felony offenders in accordance with subdivision 2 of
    17      section  601-c  of  the  correction  law,  and prisoners pursuant to
    18      section  95  of  the  correction  law.  Notwithstanding  any   other
    19      provision  of law to the contrary, payments certified to the commis-
    20      sioner by the appropriate local official for the care of such  pris-
    21      oners  and  made  pursuant  to  this  appropriation  for liabilities
    22      incurred on or after September 1, 2008 shall be paid at the  follow-
    23      ing  per  day  per  capita  rates: per diem per capita reimbursement
    24      pursuant to section 601-b of the correction  law  shall  not  exceed
    25      $18.80,  and  per diem per capita reimbursement pursuant to subdivi-
    26      sion 2 of section 601-c of  the  correction  law  shall  not  exceed
    27      $37.60 ... 5,880,000 .............................. (re. $5,525,000)

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     1  For payment according to the following schedule:
 
     2                                         APPROPRIATIONS   REAPPROPRIATIONS
 
     3    General Fund .......................    157,632,000        161,044,163
     4    Special Revenue Funds - Federal ....     29,900,000         86,585,820
     5    Special Revenue Funds - Other ......     18,243,000         51,754,468
     6                                        ----------------  ----------------
     7      All Funds ........................    205,775,000        299,384,451
     8                                        ================  ================
 
     9                                  SCHEDULE
 
    10  CRIME PREVENTION AND REDUCTION STRATEGIES PROGRAM .......... 205,775,000
    11                                                            --------------
 
    12    General Fund
    13    Local Assistance Account - 10000
 
    14  For  prosecutorial  services of counties, to
    15    be distributed in the same manner  as  the
    16    prior  year or through a competitive proc-
    17    ess (20241) ................................. 10,680,000
    18  For payment to the New York  state  district
    19    attorneys  association  and  the  New York
    20    state prosecutors training  institute  for
    21    services and expenses related to the pros-
    22    ecution  of  crimes  and  the provision of
    23    continuing legal education, training,  and
    24    support  for  medicaid  fraud  prosecution
    25    (20242) ...................................... 2,304,000
    26  For services and expenses associated with  a
    27    witness  protection  program pursuant to a
    28    plan developed by the commissioner of  the
    29    division   of  criminal  justice  services
    30    (20243) ........................................ 304,000
    31  For grants to counties for district attorney
    32    salaries. Notwithstanding  the  provisions
    33    of  subdivisions  10 and 11 of section 700
    34    of the county law or any other law to  the
    35    contrary,  for  state  fiscal year 2014-15
    36    the state reimbursement  to  counties  for
    37    district  attorney salaries shall be equal
    38    to the amount received  by  a  county  for
    39    such purpose in 2013-14 and 100 percent of
    40    the  difference between the minimum salary
    41    for a full-time district  attorney  estab-
    42    lished  pursuant  to  section 183-a of the
    43    judiciary law prior to April 1, 2014,  the
    44    minimum  salary on or after April 1, 2014.
    45    For those counties whose salaries are  not
    46    covered  by section 183-a of the judiciary

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     1    law, the  state  reimbursement  for  these
     2    counties   will  be  pursuant  to  a  plan
     3    prepared by the commissioner  of  criminal
     4    justice   services  and  approved  by  the
     5    director of the budget (20244) ............... 4,212,000
     6  Payment of state aid  for  expenses  of  the
     7    special narcotics prosecutor (20245) ........... 825,000
     8  For  payment  of  state  aid for expenses of
     9    crime  laboratories   for   accreditation,
    10    training,  capacity  enhancement  and  lab
    11    related services to maintain  the  quality
    12    and  reliability  of  forensic services to
    13    criminal  justice  agencies,   distributed
    14    through   a   competitive  process,  which
    15    includes an evaluation of  the  effective-
    16    ness  of such process. Some of these funds
    17    herein appropriated may be transferred  to
    18    state  operations  and may be suballocated
    19    to other state agencies (20205) .............. 6,635,000
    20  For payment of  state  aid  for  Westchester
    21    county policing program (20206) .............. 1,984,000
    22  For  additional  services  and  expenses for
    23    Westchester county policing program ............ 316,000
    24  For  reimbursement  of  the   services   and
    25    expenses of municipal corporations, public
    26    authorities, the division of state police,
    27    authorized  police  departments  of  state
    28    public authorities or regional state  park
    29    commissions  for the purchase of ballistic
    30    soft body armor vests, such sum  shall  be
    31    payable  on  the  audit and warrant of the
    32    state comptroller on vouchers certified by
    33    the commissioner of the division of crimi-
    34    nal justice services and the chief  admin-
    35    istrative  officer of the municipal corpo-
    36    ration, public authority, or state  entity
    37    making  requisition  and  purchase of such
    38    vests. A portion of  these  funds  may  be
    39    transferred to state operations and may be
    40    suballocated   to   other  state  agencies
    41    (20207) ...................................... 1,350,000
    42  For services and expenses of programs  aimed
    43    at  reducing  the risk of re-offending, to
    44    be distributed through a competitive proc-
    45    ess, which will include an  evaluation  of
    46    the effectiveness of such programs (20249) ... 4,063,000
    47  For services and expenses of project GIVE as
    48    allocated  pursuant  to a plan prepared by
    49    the  commissioner  of   criminal   justice
    50    services  and  approved by the director of
    51    the budget which will  include  an  evalu-
    52    ation   of   the   effectiveness  of  such

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     1    program.  A portion of these funds may  be
     2    transferred to state operations (20942) ..... 15,219,000
     3  For  defense  services  to be distributed in
     4    the same  manner  as  the  prior  year  or
     5    through a competitive process (20246) ........ 5,507,000
     6  For  payment  to  New  York  state defenders
     7    association  for  services  and   expenses
     8    related  to  the provision of training and
     9    other assistance (20247) ..................... 1,089,000
    10  For payment of state aid to counties and the
    11    city of New  York  for  the  operation  of
    12    local probation departments subject to the
    13    approval of the director of the budget.
    14  Notwithstanding any other provisions of law,
    15    the state aid for probationary services to
    16    counties and the city of New York shall be
    17    distributed  to  counties  and the city of
    18    New York pursuant to a  plan  prepared  by
    19    the commissioner of the division of crimi-
    20    nal  justice  services and approved by the
    21    director of the budget which shall  be  to
    22    the  greatest extent possible, distributed
    23    in a manner consistent with the prior year
    24    distribution amounts (21038) ................ 44,876,000
    25  For payment of state aid to counties and the
    26    city of New York for local alternatives to
    27    incarceration,   including   those    that
    28    provide alcohol and substance abuse treat-
    29    ment  programs,  and  other related inter-
    30    ventions pursuant to article 13-A  of  the
    31    executive  law.  Notwithstanding any other
    32    provisions of law, the  total  amount  for
    33    state  assistance shall be to the greatest
    34    extent possible, distributed in  a  manner
    35    consistent  with  the  prior year distrib-
    36    ution amounts, pursuant to a plan  submit-
    37    ted by the commissioner of the division of
    38    criminal  justice services and approved by
    39    the director of the budget. A  portion  of
    40    these  funds  may  be transferred to state
    41    operations  and  may  be  suballocated  to
    42    other state agencies (21037) ................. 5,518,000
    43  For payment to not-for-profit and government
    44    operated  programs  providing alternatives
    45    to  incarceration,  community  supervision
    46    and/or  employment programs to be distrib-
    47    uted pursuant to a plan  prepared  by  the
    48    commissioner  of  the division of criminal
    49    justice  services  and  approved  by   the
    50    director  of the budget. Eligible services
    51    shall  include,  but  not  be  limited  to
    52    offender employment, offender assessments,

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     1    treatment  program  placement  and partic-
     2    ipation, monitoring client compliance with
     3    program   interventions,   TASC    program
     4    services,  and  alternatives  to prison. A
     5    portion of these funds may be suballocated
     6    to other state agencies (20239) ............. 14,616,000
     7  For residential centers  providing  services
     8    to individuals on probation and for commu-
     9    nity  corrections  programs to be distrib-
    10    uted in the same manner as the prior  year
    11    or through a competitive process (21000) ..... 1,000,000
    12  For  services and expenses of the establish-
    13    ment, or continued operation, of  regional
    14    Operation  S.N.U.G.  programs,  including,
    15    but  not  limited  to,  programs  in   the
    16    following counties: Onondaga and Richmond,
    17    pursuant  to  a plan prepared by the divi-
    18    sion  of  criminal  justice  services  and
    19    approved  by the director of the budget. A
    20    portion of these funds may be  transferred
    21    to state operations (20250) .................. 2,715,000
    22  For  services and expenses of the establish-
    23    ment,  or  continued   operation,   of   a
    24    regional Operation S.N.U.G. program within
    25    Bronx County ................................... 600,000
    26  For  services  and  expenses  of rape crisis
    27    centers for services to rape  victims  and
    28    programs  to prevent rape. Notwithstanding
    29    any provision to the contrary contained in
    30    section 163 of state finance law or in any
    31    other law, funding shall be made available
    32    to such rape crisis centers pursuant to  a
    33    plan developed by the division of criminal
    34    justice  services,  the  office  of victim
    35    services and the department of health  and
    36    approved  by the director of the budget. A
    37    portion or  all  of  these  funds  may  be
    38    transferred or suballocated to other state
    39    agencies (39718) ............................. 2,700,000
    40  For   payment   to  district  attorneys  who
    41    participate in the crimes against  revenue
    42    program  to  be distributed according to a
    43    plan developed by the commissioner of  the
    44    division  of criminal justice services, in
    45    consultation with the department of  taxa-
    46    tion  and  finance,  and  approved  by the
    47    director of the budget (20235) .............. 14,300,000
    48  For payment to not-for-profit and government
    49    operated   programs   providing   services
    50    including  but  not  limited  to defendant
    51    screening, assessment, referral,  monitor-
    52    ing,  and  case management, to be distrib-

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     1    uted pursuant to a plan submitted  by  the
     2    commissioner  of  the division of criminal
     3    justice  services  and  approved  by   the
     4    director of the budget. A portion of these
     5    funds  may  be  transferred to state oper-
     6    ations ....................................... 1,000,000
     7  For services and expenses  of  law  enforce-
     8    ment,   anti-drug,   anti-violence,  crime
     9    control and prevention programs.  Notwith-
    10    standing  section twenty-four of the state
    11    finance law or any provision of law to the
    12    contrary, funds  from  this  appropriation
    13    shall be allocated only pursuant to a plan
    14    (i) approved by the temporary president of
    15    the  Senate and the director of the budget
    16    which sets forth either an  itemized  list
    17    of grantees with the amount to be received
    18    by each, or the methodology for allocating
    19    such  appropriation,  and  (ii)  which  is
    20    thereafter included in a senate resolution
    21    calling for the expenditure of such funds,
    22    which resolution must  be  approved  by  a
    23    majority  vote  of  all members elected to
    24    the senate upon a roll call vote ............. 2,891,000
    25  For services and expenses of  programs  that
    26    prevent   domestic  violence  or  aid  the
    27    victims of domestic violence. For services
    28    and expenses  of  law  enforcement,  anti-
    29    drug,  anti-violence,  crime  control  and
    30    prevention    programs.    Notwithstanding
    31    section  twenty-four  of the state finance
    32    law or any provision of law to the contra-
    33    ry, funds from this appropriation shall be
    34    allocated only  pursuant  to  a  plan  (i)
    35    approved by the temporary president of the
    36    Senate  and  the  director  of  the budget
    37    which sets forth either an  itemized  list
    38    of grantees with the amount to be received
    39    by each, or the methodology for allocating
    40    such  appropriation,  and  (ii)  which  is
    41    thereafter included in a senate resolution
    42    calling for the expenditure of such funds,
    43    which resolution must  be  approved  by  a
    44    majority  vote  of  all members elected to
    45    the senate upon a roll call vote ............. 1,609,000
    46  Finger Lakes Law Enforcement ..................... 500,000
    47  For services and expenses of law enforcement
    48    and emergency services agencies for equip-
    49    ment and technology enhancements. Notwith-
    50    standing section twenty-four of the  state
    51    finance law or any provision of law to the
    52    contrary,  funds  from  this appropriation

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     1    shall he allocated only pursuant to a plan
     2    (i) approved by the temporary president of
     3    the Senate and the director of the  budget
     4    which  sets  forth either an itemized list
     5    of grantees with the amount to be received
     6    by each, or the methodology for allocating
     7    such  appropriation,  and  (ii)  which  is
     8    thereafter included in a senate resolution
     9    calling for the expenditure of such funds,
    10    which  resolution  must  be  approved by a
    11    majority vote of all  members  elected  to
    12    the senate upon a roll call vote ............... 604,000
    13  District Attorney Office - Queens County ......... 100,000
    14  District Attorney Office - Richmond County ....... 100,000
    15  District Attorney Office - Rockland County ....... 100,000
    16  District Attorney Office - Bronx County .......... 100,000
    17  For  services and expenses of Fortune Socie-
    18    ty, Incorporated ............................... 100,000
    19  For services and expenses of  the  Neighbor-
    20    hood Initiatives Development Corporation ........ 50,000
    21  Village of Spring Valley Police Department ........ 50,000
    22  For  services  and expenses of Bronx Veteran
    23    Mentors, Incorporated ........................... 15,000
    24  For services and expenses of Vera  Institute
    25    of Justice ..................................... 250,000
    26  For  additional  payments to not-for-profits
    27    and government operated programs providing
    28    alternatives  to   incarceration   to   be
    29    distributed pursuant to existing contracts
    30    ................................................ 703,000
    31  For  additional  payment  to  New York state
    32    defenders  association  for  services  and
    33    expenses   related  to  the  provision  of
    34    training and other assistance ................ 1,000,000
    35  For services and expenses of the Albany  Law
    36    School-Immigration Clinic ...................... 150,000
    37  For  services  and  expenses  of  Legal  Aid
    38    Society-Immigration Law Unit ................... 150,000
    39  For services and expenses of Legal  Services
    40    NYC-DREAM Clinics .............................. 150,000
    41  For  services  and expenses of Make the Road
    42    NY ............................................. 150,000
    43  For services and expenses of Brooklyn  Legal
    44    Services Corp A ................................ 250,000
    45  For  services  and  expenses  of  Child Care
    46    Center of New York ............................. 250,000
    47  For  services  and  expenses  of   Community
    48    Service  Society-Record  Repair Counseling
    49    Corps .......................................... 250,000
    50  For services and expenses of Vera  Institute
    51    of Justice: Immigrant Family Unity Project
    52    ................................................ 400,000

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     1  For  services and expenses of Vera Institute
     2    of Justice: Common Justice ..................... 200,000
     3  For  services  and  expenses  related to the
     4    Legal Education Opportunity  Program.  All
     5    or  a portion of these funds may be subal-
     6    located to the Office  of  Court  Adminis-
     7    tration ........................................ 200,000
     8  For  services  and  expenses related to NYPD
     9    Training:  Museum of Tolerance  New  York-
    10    Tools for Tolerance Program .................... 200,000
    11  For  services  and  expenses  of  the  Legal
    12    Action Center .................................. 180,000
    13  For services and expenses  of  the  Brooklyn
    14    Defender ....................................... 175,000
    15  For services and expenses of New York County
    16    Defender Services .............................. l75,000
    17  For  services and expenses of Friends of the
    18    Island Academy ................................. l50,000
    19  For  services  and  expenses  of  Greenpoint
    20    Outreach  Domestic and Family Intervention
    21    Program ........................................ l50,000
    22  For services and expenses of the Correction-
    23    al Association ................................. 127,000
    24  For services and  expenses  of  the  Goddard
    25    Riverside Community Center ..................... 125,000
    26  For  services  and expenses of Bailey House-
    27    Project FIRST .................................. 100,000
    28  For services and  expenses  of  the  Fortune
    29    Society ........................................ 150,000
    30  For  services  and  expenses of the John Jay
    31    College ........................................ 100,000
    32  For services and expenses of Groundswell .......... 75,000
    33  For services and expenses of Exodus  Transi-
    34    tional Community ................................ 50,000
    35  For  services  and  expenses  of  the Mohawk
    36    Consortium ..................................... 175,000
    37  For services and  expenses  related  to  NYU
    38    Veteran's Entrepreneurship Program .............. 30,000
    39  For  services  and  expenses of Bergen Basin
    40    Community Development Corporation ............... 26,000
    41  For additional payment to  prisoners'  legal
    42    services for services and expenses related
    43    to  legal representation and assistance to
    44    indigent inmates ............................... 250,000
    45  For services and expenses of  Cure  Violence
    46    New York (SNUG) - Brooklyn ..................... 600,000
    47  For  services  and expenses of Cure Violence
    48    New York (SNUG) - Staten Island ................ 150,000
    49  For services and expenses of  Cure  Violence
    50    New York (SNUG) - Manhattan .................... 300,000
    51  For  services  and expenses of Cure Violence
    52    New York (SNUG) - Queens ....................... 300,000

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     1  For services and expenses of  Cure  Violence
     2    New York (SNUG) - City of Poughkeepsie ......... 300,000
     3  For  services  and expenses of programs that
     4    prevent domestic violence or  aid  victims
     5    of domestic violence:
     6  Domestic  Violence  Law  Project of Rockland
     7    County .......................................... 45,722
     8  Empire Justice Center ............................. 52,251
     9  Legal Aid Society of Mid-New York ................. 45,729
    10  Legal Aid Society of  New  York  -  Domestic
    11    Violence Services ............................... 71,831
    12  Legal Services for New York City - Brooklyn ....... 45,722
    13  Legal Services for New York City - Queens ......... 45,722
    14  My Sisters' Place ................................. 45,722
    15  Nassau  Coalition Against Domestic Violence,
    16    Inc. ............................................ 45,722
    17  Neighborhood Legal  Services  Inc.  of  Erie
    18    County .......................................... 45,722
    19  Sanctuary for Families ............................ 59,976
    20  Rochester Legal Aid Society ....................... 59,159
    21  Volunteer  Legal  Services Project of Monroe
    22    County .......................................... 45,722
    23  For payment to the Fireman's Association  of
    24    the  State  of  New  York to provide grant
    25    awards to volunteer fire departments with-
    26    in the state to  assist  with  recruitment
    27    and  retention  of  membership within such
    28    districts ...................................... 250,000
    29  For payment to the county of  Rensselaer  to
    30    provide fire departments, including volun-
    31    teer fire departments, with communications
    32    equipment,  including  but  not limited to
    33    pagers  that  will   allow   communication
    34    between fire departments within the county
    35    of Rensselaer .................................. 750,000
    36                                              --------------
    37      Program account subtotal ................. 157,632,000
    38                                              --------------
 
    39    Special Revenue Funds - Federal
    40    Federal Miscellaneous Operating Grants Fund
    41    Crime Identification and Technology Account - 25475
 
    42  For  services  and expenses related to iden-
    43    tification  technology  grants  including,
    44    but  not limited to, crime lab improvement
    45    and DNA programs. A portion of these funds
    46    may be transferred to state operations and
    47    may be suballocated to other  state  agen-
    48    cies (20204) ................................. 2,250,000
    49                                              --------------

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     1      Program account subtotal ................... 2,250,000
     2                                              --------------
 
     3    Special Revenue Funds - Federal
     4    Federal Miscellaneous Operating Grants Fund
     5    DCJS Miscellaneous Discretionary Account - 25470
 
     6  Funds  herein  appropriated  may  be used to
     7    disburse unanticipated federal  grants  in
     8    support  of  state  and  local programs to
     9    prevent crime,  support  law  enforcement,
    10    improve the administration of justice, and
    11    assist  victims.  A portion of these funds
    12    may be transferred to state operations and
    13    may be suballocated to other  state  agen-
    14    cies (20202) ................................ 13,000,000
    15                                              --------------
    16      Program account subtotal .................. 13,000,000
    17                                              --------------

    18    Special Revenue Funds - Federal
    19    Federal Miscellaneous Operating Grants Fund
    20    Edward Byrne Memorial Grant Account
 
    21  For  services  and  expenses  related to the
    22    federal  Edward  Byrne  memorial   justice
    23    assistance   formula   program,  including
    24    enhanced  prosecution,  enhanced  defense,
    25    local   law  enforcement  programs,  youth
    26    violence and/or crime reduction  programs,
    27    crime laboratories, re-entry services, and
    28    judicial   diversion  and  alternative  to
    29    incarceration programs. Funds appropriated
    30    herein shall be  expended  pursuant  to  a
    31    plan  developed  by  the  commissioner  of
    32    criminal justice services and approved  by
    33    the  director  of the budget. A portion of
    34    these funds may be  transferred  to  state
    35    operations  and/or  suballocated  to other
    36    state agencies (20209) ....................... 5,400,000
    37  For services and expenses of drug, violence,
    38    and crime control and prevention programs.
    39    Notwithstanding section twenty-four of the
    40    state finance law or any provision of  law
    41    to the contrary, funds from this appropri-
    42    ation  shall be allocated only pursuant to
    43    a plan (i) approved by the temporary pres-
    44    ident of the Senate and  the  director  of
    45    the  budget  which  sets  forth  either an
    46    itemized list of grantees with the  amount
    47    to be received by each, or the methodology
    48    for  allocating  such  appropriation,  and

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     1    (ii) which is  thereafter  included  in  a
     2    senate resolution calling for the expendi-
     3    ture  of such funds, which resolution must
     4    be  approved  by  a  majority  vote of all
     5    members elected to the senate upon a  roll
     6    call vote ...................................... 300,000
     7  For services and expenses of drug, violence,
     8    and  crime control and prevention programs
     9    in accordance with the following schedule:
    10  Judicial Process Commission ........................ 5,000
    11  Safer Monroe Area ReEntry Team (SMART) ............. 5,000
    12  Step by Step of Rochester .......................... 5,000
    13  Wyandanch Council of Thought and Action ............ 7,100
    14  NYPD 46th Precinct ................................. 9,300
    15  NYPD 48th Precinct ................................. 9,300
    16  NYPD 52nd Precinct ................................. 9,300
    17  Village of St. Vincent ............................ 20,000
    18  Schenectady County Sheriff's Department ........... 30,000
    19  City of Beacon Police Department .................. 10,000
    20  City of Newburgh Police Department ................ 10,000
    21  City of Poughkeepsie Police Department ............ 10,000
    22  Village of Chester Police Department .............. 10,000
    23  Town of Highlands Police Department ............... 10,000
    24  Town of Cornwall Police Department ................ 10,000
    25  Onondaga County Sheriff ........................... 15,000
    26  West  &  North  Area  Athletic  &  Education
    27    Centers ......................................... 10,000
    28  City of Mechanicville Police Department ............ 5,000
    29  Village of Stillwater Police Department ............ 5,000
    30  Cambridge/Greenwich Police Department .............. 5,000
    31  South Glens Falls Police Department ................ 5,000
    32  Elmcor Youth and Adult Activities Program ......... 44,000
    33  Osborne Association ............................... 31,000
    34  Jacob Riis Settlement House ....................... 20,000
    35                                              --------------
    36      Program account subtotal ................... 6,000,000
    37                                              --------------
 
    38    Special Revenue Funds - Federal
    39    Federal Miscellaneous Operating Grants Fund
    40    Juvenile  Justice  and  Delinquency  Prevention  Formula
    41      Account - 25436
 
    42  For payment of  federal  aid  to  localities
    43    pursuant  to the provisions of the federal
    44    juvenile    justice    and     delinquency
    45    prevention   act   in  accordance  with  a
    46    distribution plan determined by the  juve-
    47    nile  justice  advisory group and affirmed
    48    by the commissioner  of  the  division  of
    49    criminal  justice  services.  A portion of
    50    these funds may be  transferred  to  state

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     1    operations  and  may  be  suballocated  to
     2    other state agencies (20213) ................. 2,050,000
     3  For  payment  of  federal  aid to localities
     4    pursuant to the provisions of title  V  of
     5    the   juvenile   justice  and  delinquency
     6    prevention act of  1974,  as  amended  for
     7    local   delinquency  prevention  programs,
     8    including sub-allocation  to  state  oper-
     9    ations  for  the  administration  of  this
    10    grant in accordance  with  a  distribution
    11    plan  determined  by  the juvenile justice
    12    advisory group and affirmed by the commis-
    13    sioner of the division of criminal justice
    14    services.
    15  For services and  expenses  associated  with
    16    the   juvenile   justice  and  delinquency
    17    prevention formula account. A  portion  of
    18    these  funds  may  be transferred to state
    19    operations  and  may  be  suballocated  to
    20    other state agencies (20215) ................... 100,000
    21                                              --------------
    22      Program account subtotal ................... 2,150,000
    23                                              --------------
 
    24    Special Revenue Funds - Federal
    25    Federal Miscellaneous Operating Grants Fund
    26    Violence Against Women Account - 25477
 
    27  For  payment  of  federal  aid to localities
    28    pursuant to an expenditure plan  developed
    29    by  the  commissioner  of  the division of
    30    criminal justice services, provided howev-
    31    er that up to 10  percent  of  the  amount
    32    herein   appropriated   may  be  used  for
    33    program administration. A portion of these
    34    funds may be transferred  to  state  oper-
    35    ations  and  may  be suballocated to other
    36    state agencies (20216) ....................... 6,500,000
    37                                              --------------
    38      Program account subtotal ................... 6,500,000
    39                                              --------------
 
    40    Special Revenue Funds - Other
    41    Medical Marihuana Trust Fund
    42    MMF - Law Enforcement - 23753
 
    43  For a program  of  discretionary  grants  to
    44    state  and  local law enforcement agencies
    45    that demonstrate a need relating to  title
    46    5-A of the public health law. A portion of
    47    these  funds  may  be transferred to state

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     1    operations  and  may  be  suballocated  to
     2    other state agencies (20235) ................... 200,000
     3                                              --------------
     4      Program account subtotal ..................... 200,000
     5                                              --------------
 
     6    Special Revenue Funds - Other
     7    Miscellaneous Special Revenue Fund
     8    Drug Enforcement Task Force Account - 22102
 
     9  For  distribution  to  the state's political
    10    subdivisions and for services and expenses
    11    of the drug enforcement task forces.  Some
    12    of these funds may be transferred to state
    13    operations appropriations (20235) .............. 100,000
    14                                              --------------
    15      Program account subtotal ..................... 100,000
    16                                              --------------
 
    17    Special Revenue Funds - Other
    18    Miscellaneous Special Revenue Fund
    19    Legal Services Assistance Account - 22096
 
    20  For  prosecutorial  services of counties, to
    21    be distributed in the same manner  as  the
    22    prior  year or through a competitive proc-
    23    ess (20241) .................................. 2,592,000
    24  For defense services to  be  distributed  in
    25    the  same  manner  as  the  prior  year or
    26    through a competitive process (20246) ........ 2,592,000
    27  For services and expenses  of  the  district
    28    attorney   and   indigent  legal  services
    29    attorney loan forgiveness program pursuant
    30    to section 679-e  of  the  education  law.
    31    These  funds  may  be  suballocated to the
    32    higher  education   services   corporation
    33    (20220) ...................................... 2,430,000
    34  For payment to prisoner's legal services for
    35    services  and  expenses  related  to legal
    36    representation and assistance to  indigent
    37    inmates (20979) .............................. 2,200,000
    38  For  payment to counties other than the city
    39    of New York for costs associated with  the
    40    provision  of  legal assistance and repre-
    41    sentation to indigent parolees, thirty-one
    42    percent of this amount  may  be  used  for
    43    costs  associated  with  the  provision of
    44    legal  assistance  and  representation  to
    45    indigent  parolees  in Wyoming county, not
    46    less than six  percent  of  the  remaining
    47    amount  may  be  used for legal assistance
    48    and representation  to  indigent  parolees

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     1    related  to  the  Willard drug and alcohol
     2    treatment program .............................. 600,000
     3  For services and expenses of civil or crimi-
     4    nal  domestic  violence  legal services or
     5    veterans civil or criminal legal services.
     6    Notwithstanding section twenty-four of the
     7    state finance law or any provision of  law
     8    to the contrary, funds from this appropri-
     9    ation  shall be allocated only pursuant to
    10    a plan (i) approved by the temporary pres-
    11    ident of the Senate and  the  director  of
    12    the  budget  which  sets  forth  either an
    13    itemized list of grantees with the  amount
    14    to be received by each, or the methodology
    15    for  allocating  such  appropriation,  and
    16    (ii) which is  thereafter  included  in  a
    17    senate resolution calling for the expendi-
    18    ture  of such funds, which resolution must
    19    be approved by  a  majority  vote  of  all
    20    members  elected to the senate upon a roll
    21    call vote ...................................... 950,000
    22  For services, expenses or  reimbursement  of
    23    expenses   incurred  by  local  government
    24    agencies and/or  not-for-profit  providers
    25    or  their  employees  providing  civil  or
    26    criminal legal services in accordance with
    27    the following schedule:
    28  Brooklyn Bar Association .......................... 49,574
    29  Brooklyn Conflicts Office ........................ 125,000
    30  Caribbean Women's Health Association .............. 22,574
    31  Center for Family Representation ................. 112,872
    32  Day One New York .................................. 34,313
    33  Empire Justice Center ............................ 174,725
    34  Family and Children's Association ................. 40,634
    35  Frank H. Hiscock Legal Aid Society ................ 22,574
    36  Goddard Riverside Community Center ............... 125,000
    37  Greenhope Services for Women ...................... 34,313
    38  Harlem Legal Services ............................ 112,872
    39  Legal Aid Bureau of Buffalo ....................... 56,119
    40  Legal Aid Society of Mid New York ................. 67,723
    41  Legal Aid Society of Northeastern New York ........ 49,663
    42  Legal Aid Society of Rochester .................... 92,001
    43  Legal Aid Society of Rockland County .............. 22,574
    44  Legal Information for Families Today (LIFT) ....... 40,634
    45  Legal Project of the Cap. Dist. Women's Bar ....... 85,782
    46  Legal Services for New York City (LSNY) .......... 121,901
    47  Legal Services of Central New York ................ 13,545
    48  Legal Services of the Hudson Valley .............. 151,667
    49  MFY Legal Services ................................ 45,149
    50  Monroe County Legal Assistance Center ............. 36,119
    51  Nassau/Suffolk Law Services Committee, Inc. ....... 49,663
    52  Neighborhood Legal Services ....................... 75,000

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     1  New York City Legal Aid ........................... 45,149
     2  New York City Legal Aid .......................... 270,892
     3  Northern Manhattan Improvement Corp ............... 92,001
     4  Osborne Association El Rio Program ................ 37,022
     5  Rural Law Center of New York ...................... 22,574
     6  Sanctuary for Families ........................... 163,994
     7  Southern Tier Legal Services ...................... 63,208
     8  Transgender Legal Defense and Education Fund ...... 75,000
     9  Vera Institute of Justice ........................ 138,208
    10  Volunteers of Legal Service (VOLS) ................ 40,634
    11  Volunteer  Legal  Services Project of Monroe
    12    County .......................................... 22,574
    13  Western New York Law Center ....................... 60,634
    14  Worker's Justice Law  Center  of  New  York,
    15    Inc. ............................................ 36,119
    16                                              --------------
    17      Program account subtotal .................. 14,194,000
    18                                              --------------

    19    Special Revenue Funds - Other
    20    State  Police  Motor  Vehicle  Law Enforcement and Motor
    21      Vehicle Theft and Insurance Fraud Prevention Fund
    22    Motor Vehicle Theft and Insurance Fraud Account - 22801
 
    23  For services and  expenses  associated  with
    24    local anti-auto theft programs, in accord-
    25    ance   with  section  89-d  of  the  state
    26    finance law, distributed through a compet-
    27    itive process (20235) ........................ 3,749,000
    28                                              --------------
    29      Program account subtotal ................... 3,749,000
    30                                              --------------

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                     AID TO LOCALITIES - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2016-17

     1  CRIME PREVENTION AND REDUCTION STRATEGIES PROGRAM
 
     2    General Fund
     3    Local Assistance Account - 10000
 
     4  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2015:
     5    For  prosecutorial services of counties, to be distributed in the same
     6      manner as the prior year or through a  competitive  process  (20241)
     7      ... 10,680,000 .................................... (re. $9,553,000)
     8    For  payment  to the New York state district attorneys association and
     9      the New York state prosecutors training institute for  services  and
    10      expenses  related  to the prosecution of crimes and the provision of
    11      continuing legal education, training, and support for medicaid fraud
    12      prosecution (20242) ... 2,304,000 ................. (re. $2,304,000)
    13    For services and expenses associated with a witness protection program
    14      pursuant to a plan developed by the commissioner of the division  of
    15      criminal justice services (20243) ... 304,000 ....... (re. $304,000)
    16    Payment  of state aid for expenses of the special narcotics prosecutor
    17      (20245) ... 825,000 ................................. (re. $825,000)
    18    For payment of state  aid  for  expenses  of  crime  laboratories  for
    19      accreditation,   training,  capacity  enhancement  and  lab  related
    20      services  to  maintain  the  quality  and  reliability  of  forensic
    21      services to criminal justice agencies, distributed through a compet-
    22      itive  process, which includes an evaluation of the effectiveness of
    23      such process. Some of these funds herein appropriated may be  trans-
    24      ferred  to  state  operations and may be suballocated to other state
    25      agencies (20205) ... 6,635,000 .................... (re. $6,635,000)
    26    For payment of state  aid  for  Westchester  county  policing  program
    27      (20206) ... 1,984,000 ............................. (re. $1,488,000)
    28    For  additional  services and expenses for Westchester county policing
    29      program (39716) ... 316,000 ......................... (re. $316,000)
    30    For reimbursement of the services and  expenses  of  municipal  corpo-
    31      rations,  public  authorities, the division of state police, author-
    32      ized police departments of  state  public  authorities  or  regional
    33      state park commissions for the purchase of ballistic soft body armor
    34      vests,  such  sum  shall  be payable on the audit and warrant of the
    35      state comptroller on vouchers certified by the commissioner  of  the
    36      division  of  criminal justice services and the chief administrative
    37      officer of the municipal corporation,  public  authority,  or  state
    38      entity  making  requisition and purchase of such vests. A portion of
    39      these funds may be transferred to state operations and may be subal-
    40      located to other state agencies (20207) ... 513,000 . (re. $212,000)
    41    For services and expenses of programs aimed at reducing  the  risk  of
    42      re-offending, to be distributed through a competitive process, which
    43      will  include  an  evaluation  of the effectiveness of such programs
    44      (20249) ... 3,063,000 ............................. (re. $3,038,000)
    45    For services and expenses of project GIVE as allocated pursuant  to  a
    46      plan  prepared  by the commissioner of criminal justice services and
    47      approved by the director of the budget which will include an  evalu-
    48      ation of the effectiveness of such program. A portion of these funds
    49      may be transferred to state operations (20942) .....................
    50      15,219,000 ....................................... (re. $15,064,000)

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     1    For defense services to be distributed in the same manner as the prior
     2      year or through a competitive process (20246) ......................
     3      5,507,000 ......................................... (re. $3,757,000)
     4    For  payment  to New York state defenders association for services and
     5      expenses related to the provision of training and  other  assistance
     6      (20247) ... 1,089,000 ................................ (re. $17,000)
     7    For  payment of state aid to counties and the city of New York for the
     8      operation of local probation departments subject to the approval  of
     9      the director of the budget.
    10    Notwithstanding  any other provisions of law, the state aid for proba-
    11      tionary services to counties and the  city  of  New  York  shall  be
    12      distributed  to counties and the city of New York pursuant to a plan
    13      prepared by the commissioner of the  division  of  criminal  justice
    14      services  and  approved by the director of the budget which shall be
    15      to the greatest extent possible, distributed in a manner  consistent
    16      with the prior year distribution amounts (21038) ...................
    17      44,876,000 ....................................... (re. $44,876,000)
    18    For  payment  of  state  aid  to counties and the city of New York for
    19      local alternatives to incarceration, including  those  that  provide
    20      alcohol  and  substance  abuse treatment programs, and other related
    21      interventions  pursuant  to  article  13-A  of  the  executive  law.
    22      Notwithstanding  any  other  provisions of law, the total amount for
    23      state assistance shall be to the greatest extent possible,  distrib-
    24      uted  in  a  manner  consistent  with  the  prior  year distribution
    25      amounts, pursuant to a plan submitted by  the  commissioner  of  the
    26      division  of  criminal justice services and approved by the director
    27      of the budget. A portion of these funds may be transferred to  state
    28      operations  and  may be suballocated to other state agencies (21037)
    29      ... 5,518,000 ..................................... (re. $5,518,000)
    30    For payment to not-for-profit and government operated programs provid-
    31      ing alternatives  to  incarceration,  community  supervision  and/or
    32      employment  programs to be distributed pursuant to existing or prior
    33      year contracts or pursuant to a plan submitted by  the  commissioner
    34      of  the  division  of  criminal justice services and approved by the
    35      director of the budget. Eligible services shall include, but not  be
    36      limited  to  offender  employment,  offender  assessments, treatment
    37      program placement and participation,  monitoring  client  compliance
    38      with  a  treatment  plan, TASC program services, and alternatives to
    39      prison. A portion of these funds may be suballocated to other  state
    40      agencies (20239) ... 11,994,000 .................. (re. $11,918,000)
    41    For  services  and  expenses  of programs that provide alternatives to
    42      incarceration for eligible individuals and families whose income  do
    43      not exceed 200 percent of the federal poverty level (21033) ........
    44      2,622,000 ......................................... (re. $2,622,000)
    45    For residential centers providing services to individuals on probation
    46      and for community corrections programs to be distributed in the same
    47      manner  as  the  prior year or through a competitive process (21000)
    48      ... 1,000,000 ....................................... (re. $938,000)
    49    For services and expenses of the establishment,  or  continued  opera-
    50      tion,  of  regional  Operation S.N.U.G programs within the following
    51      counties: Bronx, Queens, Rock land, and Onondaga. A portion of these

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     1      funds may be transferred to state operations (20226) ...............
     2      1,000,000 ......................................... (re. $1,000,000)
     3    For  services  and  expenses of the establishment, or continued opera-
     4      tion, of regional Operation S.N.U.G. programs, pursuant  to  a  plan
     5      submitted  by the division of criminal justice services and approved
     6      by the director of the budget. A  portion  of  these  funds  may  be
     7      transferred to state operations (20250) ............................
     8      2,000,000 ......................................... (re. $2,000,000)
     9    For  additional  payments  to  not-for-profits and government operated
    10      programs providing alternatives to incarceration to  be  distributed
    11      pursuant to existing contracts (21028) ... 715,267 .. (re. $715,267)
    12    For services and expenses of Groundswell (20938) .....................
    13      75,000 ............................................... (re. $75,000)
    14    For services and expenses of Make the Road NY (20389) ................
    15      150,000 ............................................. (re. $150,000)
    16    For services and expenses of Friends of the Island Academy (20210) ...
    17      150,000 ............................................. (re. $150,000)
    18    For services and expenses of the Brooklyn Defender (20939) ...........
    19      175,000 ............................................. (re. $175,000)
    20    For services and expenses of Bailey House - Project FIRST (20943) ....
    21      100,000 ............................................. (re. $100,000)
    22    For  services and expenses of Legal Aid Society - Immigration Law Unit
    23      (20944) ... 150,000 ................................. (re. $112,000)
    24    For services and expenses of the John Jay College (20966) ............
    25      100,000 ............................................. (re. $100,000)
    26    For services and expenses of the Legal Action Center (20376) .........
    27      180,000 ............................................. (re. $180,000)
    28    For services and expenses of Community Service Society - Record Repair
    29      Counseling Corps (20203) ... 250,000 ................ (re. $250,000)
    30    For services and expenses of  Vera  Institute  of  Justice:  Immigrant
    31      Family Unity Project (20945) ... 200,000 ............ (re. $200,000)
    32    For services and expenses of the Osborne Association (20946) .........
    33      31,000 ............................................... (re. $24,000)
    34    For services and expenses of Bergen Basin Community Development Corpo-
    35      ration (20996) ... 26,000 ............................ (re. $26,000)
    36    For services and expenses of Vera Institute of Justice: Common Justice
    37      (20329) ... 200,000 ................................. (re. $200,000)
    38    For  services  and expenses of Greenpoint Outreach Domestic and Family
    39      Intervention Program (20965) ... 150,000 ............ (re. $150,000)
    40    For services and expenses of Brooklyn Legal Services  Corp  A  (20212)
    41      ... 250,000 ......................................... (re. $250,000)
    42    For services and expenses of the Correctional Association (20947) ....
    43      127,000 ............................................. (re. $127,000)
    44    For services and expenses of Jacob Riis Settlement House (20260) .....
    45      20,000 ............................................... (re. $20,000)
    46    For services and expenses of the Fortune Society (20941) .............
    47      100,000 ............................................. (re. $100,000)
    48    For  services  and  expenses  of  Legal  Services  NYC - DREAM Clinics
    49      (20968) ... 150,000 .................................. (re. $41,000)
    50    For services and expenses of Elmcor Youth and Adult Activities Program
    51      (20258) ... 19,000 ................................... (re. $19,000)

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     1    For services and expenses related to the Legal  Education  Opportunity
     2      Program (39723) ... 200,000 ......................... (re. $200,000)
     3    For  services  and expenses related to NYPD Training: Museum of Toler-
     4      ance New York - Tools for Tolerance Program (39724) ................
     5      200,000 ............................................. (re. $200,000)
     6    For services and expenses related to  NYU  Veteran's  Entrepreneurship
     7      Program (39725) ... 30,000 ........................... (re. $30,000)
     8    For services and expenses of the Mohawk Consortium (39726) ...........
     9      50,000 ............................................... (re. $50,000)
    10    For services and expenses of Exodus Transitional Community (39727) ...
    11      50,000 ............................................... (re. $50,000)
    12    For  services  and  expenses  of  Goddard  Riverside  Community Center
    13      (20373) ... 118,733 ................................. (re. $118,733)
    14    For services and expenses of Queens Child Guidance (39729) ...........
    15      250,000 ............................................. (re. $250,000)
    16    For services and expenses of the Albany Law School - Immigration Clin-
    17      ic (39730) ... 150,000 .............................. (re. $150,000)
    18    For services and expenses of Harlem Mothers SAVE (39731) .............
    19      50,000 ............................................... (re. $50,000)
    20    For additional payment to New York  state  defenders  association  for
    21      services and expenses related to the provision of training and other
    22      assistance (20999) ... 1,000,000 .................. (re. $1,000,000)
    23    For  services  and expenses of programs that prevent domestic violence
    24      or aid victims of domestic violence:
    25    Domestic Violence Law Project of Rockland County (21047) .............
    26      45,722 ............................................... (re. $45,722)
    27    Empire Justice Center (21046) ... 52,251 ............... (re. $52,251)
    28    Legal Aid Society of Mid-New York (21045) ... 45,729 ... (re. $45,729)
    29    Legal Aid Society of New York - Domestic Violence Services (20334) ...
    30      71,831 ............................................... (re. $71,831)
    31    Legal Services for New York City - Brooklyn (20333) ..................
    32      45,722 ............................................... (re. $45,722)
    33    Legal Services for New York City - Queens (20337) ....................
    34      45,722 ............................................... (re. $45,722)
    35    My Sisters' Place (20340) ... 45,722 ................... (re. $45,722)
    36    Nassau Coalition Against Domestic Violence, Inc. (20341) .............
    37      45,722 ............................................... (re. $45,722)
    38    Neighborhood Legal Services Inc. of Erie County (20336) ..............
    39      45,722 ............................................... (re. $45,722)
    40    Sanctuary for Families (21042) ... 59,976 .............. (re. $59,976)
    41    Rochester Legal Aid Society (20335) ... 59,159 ......... (re. $59,159)
    42    Volunteer Legal Services Project of Monroe County (21043) ............
    43      45,722 ............................................... (re. $45,722)
    44    For services and expenses of programs that prevent  domestic  violence
    45      or  aid  the  victims  of  domestic  violence.  Notwithstanding  any
    46      provision of law this appropriation shall be allocated only pursuant
    47      to a plan setting forth an itemized list of grantees with the amount
    48      to be received by each,  or  the  methodology  for  allocating  such
    49      appropriation.  Such  plan  shall  be subject to the approval of the
    50      temporary president of the senate and the director of the budget and
    51      thereafter shall be included in a resolution calling for the expend-
    52      iture of such monies, which resolution must be approved by a majori-

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     1      ty vote of all members elected to the senate upon a roll  call  vote
     2      (21002) ... 1,609,000 ............................. (re. $1,605,000)
     3    For  services  and  expenses  of law enforcement, anti-drug, anti-vio-
     4      lence, crime control and prevention  programs.  Notwithstanding  any
     5      provision of law this appropriation shall be allocated only pursuant
     6      to a plan setting forth an itemized list of grantees with the amount
     7      to  be  received  by  each,  or  the methodology for allocating such
     8      appropriation. Such plan shall be subject to  the  approval  of  the
     9      temporary president of the senate and the director of the budget and
    10      thereafter shall be included in a resolution calling for the expend-
    11      iture of such monies, which resolution must be approved by a majori-
    12      ty  vote  of all members elected to the senate upon a roll call vote
    13      (20967) ... 2,891,000 ............................. (re. $2,881,000)
    14    Finger Lakes Law Enforcement (20284) ... 500,000 ...... (re. $481,000)
    15    For services and expenses of law enforcement  and  emergency  services
    16      agencies  for equipment and technology enhancements. Notwithstanding
    17      any provision of law this  appropriation  shall  be  allocated  only
    18      pursuant  to  a plan setting forth an itemized list of grantees with
    19      the amount to be received by each, or the methodology for allocating
    20      such appropriation. Such plan shall be subject to  the  approval  of
    21      the temporary president of the senate and the director of the budget
    22      and  thereafter  shall  be  included in a resolution calling for the
    23      expenditure of such monies, which resolution must be approved  by  a
    24      majority  vote of all members elected to the senate upon a roll call
    25      vote (39717) ... 604,000 ............................ (re. $601,000)
    26    For services and expenses of rape crisis centers for services to  rape
    27      victims   and  programs  to  prevent  rape,  in  underserved  areas.
    28      Notwithstanding any provision of law  this  appropriation  shall  be
    29      allocated  only pursuant to a plan setting forth an itemized list of
    30      grantees with the amount to be received by each, or the  methodology
    31      for allocating such appropriation. Such plan shall be subject to the
    32      approval  of  the temporary president of the senate and the director
    33      of the budget and thereafter shall be included in a resolution call-
    34      ing for the expenditure of such monies,  which  resolution  must  be
    35      approved  by  a  majority  vote of all members elected to the senate
    36      upon a roll call vote (39718) ... 2,700,000 ....... (re. $2,700,000)
    37    For services and expenses of the Neighborhood Initiatives  Development
    38      Corporation (39719) ... 100,000 ..................... (re. $100,000)
    39    For  services and expenses of the Police Department of the City of New
    40      York for a community-police relations program in the county  of  the
    41      Bronx (39722) ... 100,000 ........................... (re. $100,000)
    42    District Attorney Office- Queens County (39701) ......................
    43      100,000 ............................................. (re. $100,000)
    44    District Attorney Office- Richmond County (39700) ....................
    45      100,000 ............................................. (re. $100,000)
    46    District Attorney Office - Rockland County (39702) ...................
    47      65,000 ............................................... (re. $65,000)
    48    For services and expenses or continued operation of Operation S.N.U.G.
    49      - Bronx, Jacobi Medical Center Auxiliary, Incorporated (20950) .....
    50      315,000 ............................................. (re. $315,000)

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     1  The appropriation made by chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2015, is
     2      hereby amended and reappropriated to read:
     3    For services and expenses of [Legal Aid Society of] Legal Services NYC
     4      Staten Island (39728) ... 250,000 ................... (re. $250,000)
 
     5  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2014:
     6    For  prosecutorial services of counties, to be distributed in the same
     7      manner as the prior year or through a competitive process ..........
     8      10,680,000 .......................................... (re. $101,000)
     9    For payment to the New York state district attorneys  association  and
    10      the  New  York state prosecutors training institute for services and
    11      expenses related to the prosecution of crimes and the  provision  of
    12      continuing legal education, training, and support for medicaid fraud
    13      prosecution ... 2,304,000 ........................... (re. $652,000)
    14    For services and expenses associated with a witness protection program
    15      pursuant  to a plan developed by the commissioner of the division of
    16      criminal justice services ... 304,000 ............... (re. $304,000)
    17    For payment of state  aid  for  expenses  of  crime  laboratories  for
    18      accreditation,   training,  capacity  enhancement  and  lab  related
    19      services  to  maintain  the  quality  and  reliability  of  forensic
    20      services to criminal justice agencies, distributed through a compet-
    21      itive  process, which includes an evaluation of the effectiveness of
    22      such process. Some of these funds herein appropriated may be  trans-
    23      ferred  to  state  operations and may be suballocated to other state
    24      agencies ... 6,635,000 ............................ (re. $1,193,000)
    25    For reimbursement of the services and  expenses  of  municipal  corpo-
    26      rations,  public  authorities, the division of state police, author-
    27      ized police departments of  state  public  authorities  or  regional
    28      state park commissions for the purchase of ballistic soft body armor
    29      vests,  such  sum  shall  be payable on the audit and warrant of the
    30      state comptroller on vouchers certified by the commissioner  of  the
    31      division  of  criminal justice services and the chief administrative
    32      officer of the municipal corporation,  public  authority,  or  state
    33      entity  making  requisition and purchase of such vests. A portion of
    34      these funds may be transferred to state operations and may be subal-
    35      located to other state agencies ....................................
    36      513,000 ............................................. (re. $330,000)
    37    For services and expenses of programs aimed at reducing  the  risk  of
    38      re-offending, to be distributed through a competitive process, which
    39      will include an evaluation of the effectiveness of such programs ...
    40      3,063,000 ............................................ (re. $35,000)
    41    For  services  and expenses of project GIVE as allocated pursuant to a
    42      plan prepared by the commissioner of criminal justice  services  and
    43      approved  by the director of the budget which will include an evalu-
    44      ation of the effectiveness of such program .........................
    45      15,219,000 ........................................ (re. $2,670,000)
    46    For defense services to be distributed in the same manner as the prior
    47      year or through a competitive process ..............................
    48      5,507,000 ........................................... (re. $310,000)
    49    For payment of state aid to counties and the  city  of  New  York  for
    50      local  alternatives  to  incarceration, including those that provide
    51      alcohol and substance abuse treatment programs,  and  other  related

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     1      interventions  pursuant  to  article  13-A  of  the  executive  law.
     2      Notwithstanding any other provisions of law, the  total  amount  for
     3      state  assistance shall be to the greatest extent possible, distrib-
     4      uted  in  a  manner  consistent  with  the  prior  year distribution
     5      amounts, pursuant to a plan submitted by  the  commissioner  of  the
     6      division  of  criminal justice services and approved by the director
     7      of the budget ... 5,518,000 ....................... (re. $3,155,000)
     8    For payment to not-for-profit and government operated programs provid-
     9      ing alternatives  to  incarceration,  community  supervision  and/or
    10      employment  programs to be distributed pursuant to existing or prior
    11      year contracts or pursuant to a plan submitted by  the  commissioner
    12      of  the  division  of  criminal justice services and approved by the
    13      director of the budget. Eligible services shall include, but not  be
    14      limited  to  offender  employment,  offender  assessments, treatment
    15      program placement and participation,  monitoring  client  compliance
    16      with  a  treatment  plan, TASC program services, and alternatives to
    17      prison. A portion of these funds may be suballocated to other  state
    18      agencies ... 11,994,000 ........................... (re. $3,578,000)
    19    For  services  and  expenses  of programs that provide alternatives to
    20      incarceration for eligible individuals and families whose income  do
    21      not exceed 200 percent of the federal poverty level ................
    22      2,622,000 ......................................... (re. $1,972,000)
    23    For residential centers providing services to individuals on probation
    24      and for community corrections programs to be distributed in the same
    25      manner as the prior year or through a competitive process ..........
    26      1,000,000 ........................................... (re. $409,000)
    27    For  services  and  expenses of the establishment, or continued opera-
    28      tion, of regional Operation S.N.U.G programs  within  the  following
    29      counties: Bronx, Queens, Rock land, and Onondaga ...................
    30      1,000,000 ......................................... (re. $1,000,000)
    31    For  services  and  expenses of the establishment, or continued opera-
    32      tion, of regional Operation S.N.U.G. programs, pursuant  to  a  plan
    33      submitted  by the division of criminal justice services and approved
    34      by the director of the budget ......................................
    35      2,000,000 ......................................... (re. $1,586,000)
    36    For additional payments to  not-for-profits  and  government  operated
    37      programs  providing  alternatives to incarceration to be distributed
    38      pursuant to existing contracts ... 266,307 .......... (re. $131,000)
    39    For services and expenses of New York State Immigrant Action Fund ....
    40      150,000 ............................................. (re. $150,000)
    41    For services and expenses and expenses of the Institute for the Puerto
    42      Rican/Hispanic Elderly ... 120,000 .................. (re. $120,000)
    43    For services and expenses of Make the Road NY ........................
    44      150,000 .............................................. (re. $12,000)
    45    For services and expenses of the John Jay College ....................
    46      100,000 .............................................. (re. $89,000)
    47    For services and expenses of Asian Americans for Equality ............
    48      100,000 .............................................. (re. $14,000)
    49    For services and expenses of Community Service Society - Record Repair
    50      Counseling Corps ... 250,000 .......................... (re. $2,000)
    51    For services and expenses of  the  Chinese-American  Planning  Council
    52      Youth Training Program ... 170,000 .................. (re. $170,000)

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     1    For services and expenses of Bergen Basin Community Development Corpo-
     2      ration ... 26,000 .................................... (re. $26,000)
     3    For services and expenses of Vera Institute of Justice: Common Justice
     4      ... 200,000 ......................................... (re. $111,000)
     5    For  services  and  expenses of Ohel Children's Home & Family Services
     6      Drug Prevention Program ... 90,163 ................... (re. $90,163)
     7    For services and expenses of Greenpoint Outreach Domestic  and  Family
     8      Intervention Program ... 150,000 .................... (re. $150,000)
     9    For services and expenses of the Correctional Association ............
    10      127,000 ............................................... (re. $2,000)
    11    For services and expenses of Jacob Riis Settlement House .............
    12      20,000 ............................................... (re. $12,000)
    13    For services and expenses of the Fortune Society .....................
    14      100,000 ............................................... (re. $9,000)
    15    For services and expenses of Legal Services NYC - DREAM Clinics ......
    16      150,000 .............................................. (re. $57,000)
    17    For  services  and expenses of programs that prevent domestic violence
    18      or aid victims of domestic violence:
    19    Empire Justice Center ... 52,251 ....................... (re. $14,000)
    20    Legal Aid Society of New York - Domestic Violence Services ...........
    21      71,831 ............................................... (re. $42,000)
    22    Legal Services for New York City - Brooklyn ..........................
    23      45,722 ............................................... (re. $23,000)
    24    Legal Services for New York City - Queens ... 45,722 ... (re. $17,000)
    25    My Sisters' Place ... 45,722 ............................ (re. $1,000)
    26    Nassau Coalition Against Domestic Violence, Inc. .....................
    27      45,722 ............................................... (re. $23,000)
    28    Neighborhood Legal Services Inc. of Erie County ......................
    29      45,722 ............................................... (re. $13,000)
    30    For services and expenses of programs that prevent  domestic  violence
    31      or  aid  the  victims  of  domestic  violence.  Notwithstanding  any
    32      provision of law this appropriation shall be allocated only pursuant
    33      to a plan setting forth an itemized list of grantees with the amount
    34      to be received by each,  or  the  methodology  for  allocating  such
    35      appropriation.  Such  plan  shall  be subject to the approval of the
    36      temporary president of the senate and the director of the budget and
    37      thereafter shall be included in a resolution calling for the expend-
    38      iture of such monies, which resolution must be approved by a majori-
    39      ty vote of all members elected to the senate upon a roll  call  vote
    40      ... 1,609,000 ....................................... (re. $506,000)
    41    For  services  and  expenses  of law enforcement, anti-drug, anti-vio-
    42      lence, crime control and prevention  programs.  Notwithstanding  any
    43      provision of law this appropriation shall be allocated only pursuant
    44      to a plan setting forth an itemized list of grantees with the amount
    45      to  be  received  by  each,  or  the methodology for allocating such
    46      appropriation. Such plan shall be subject to  the  approval  of  the
    47      temporary president of the senate and the director of the budget and
    48      thereafter shall be included in a resolution calling for the expend-
    49      iture of such monies, which resolution must be approved by a majori-
    50      ty  vote  of all members elected to the senate upon a roll call vote
    51      ... 2,891,000 ..................................... (re. $1,800,000)
    52    Finger Lakes Law Enforcement ... 500,000 .............. (re. $246,000)

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     1    For services and expenses of School Resource Officers  and  Anti-Crime
     2      Initiatives ... 1,920,000 ......................... (re. $1,488,000)
     3    For  services and expenses or continued operation of Operation S.N.U.G
     4      - Bronx, Jacobi Medical Center Auxillary, Incorporated .............
     5      315,000 ............................................. (re. $248,000)
     6    Northeast Bronx Crime Prevention Project ... 65,000 .... (re. $25,000)
     7    Northeast Bronx Crime Prevention - Peep Hole Project .................
     8      15,000 ................................................ (re. $4,000)
     9    District Attorney Office - Bronx County ... 100,000 ... (re. $100,000)
    10    District Attorney Office - Queens County ... 250,000 ... (re. $13,000)
    11    District Attorney Office - Rockland County ...........................
    12      100,000 .............................................. (re. $26,000)
    13    For services and expenses of specialized training  for  the  New  York
    14      City correction officers ... 250,000 ................ (re. $250,000)
    15    For the purchase of equipment and safety needs of the Bureau of Crimi-
    16      nal  Investigation within the Division of State Police. Funds may be
    17      transferred to state operations and may be suballocated to the divi-
    18      sion of state police ... 435,000 ...................... (re. $4,000)
 
    19  The appropriation made by chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2014, is
    20      hereby amended and reappropriated to read:
    21    For services and expenses or continued operation of Operation  S.N.U.G
    22      - Brooklyn, Man Up, Incorporated ...................................
    23      [350,000] 100,000 ................................... (re. $100,000)
    24    Urban Neighborhood Services Incorporated ... 35,000 .... (re. $35,000)
    25    Jewish Community Council of Greater Coney Island Incorporated ........
    26      215,000 ............................................. (re. $215,000)
 
    27  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2013:
    28    For  prosecutorial services of counties, to be distributed in the same
    29      manner as the prior year or through a competitive process ..........
    30      10,680,000 .......................................... (re. $118,000)
    31    For payment to the New York state district attorneys  association  and
    32      the  New  York state prosecutors training institute for services and
    33      expenses related to the prosecution of crimes and the  provision  of
    34      continuing legal education, training, and support for medicaid fraud
    35      prosecution ... 2,304,000 ........................... (re. $950,000)
    36    For services and expenses associated with a witness protection program
    37      pursuant  to a plan developed by the commissioner of the division of
    38      criminal justice services ... 304,000 ................. (re. $9,000)
    39    For grants to counties for district attorney salaries.   Notwithstand-
    40      ing  the  provisions of subdivisions 10 and 11 of section 700 of the
    41      county law or any other law to the contrary, for state  fiscal  year
    42      2012-13  the  state  reimbursement to counties for district attorney
    43      salaries shall be equal to the amount received by a county for  such
    44      purpose  in  2011-12  and  100 percent of the difference between the
    45      minimum salary for a full-time district attorney established  pursu-
    46      ant  to  section  183-a of the judiciary law prior to April 1, 2012,
    47      and the minimum salary on or after April 1, 2013 ...................
    48      3,862,000 ............................................ (re. $56,000)
    49    For payment of state  aid  for  expenses  of  crime  laboratories  for
    50      accreditation,   training,  capacity  enhancement  and  lab  related

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     1      services  to  maintain  the  quality  and  reliability  of  forensic
     2      services to criminal justice agencies, distributed through a compet-
     3      itive  process, which includes an evaluation of the effectiveness of
     4      such  process. Some of these funds herein appropriated may be trans-
     5      ferred to state operations and may be suballocated  to  other  state
     6      agencies ... 6,635,000 .............................. (re. $260,000)
     7    For  services  and  expenses of programs aimed at reducing the risk of
     8      re-offending, to be distributed through a competitive process, which
     9      will include an evaluation of the effectiveness of such programs ...
    10      3,063,000 ........................................... (re. $249,000)
    11    For services and expenses of operation IMPACT including anti-gun traf-
    12      ficking initiative as allocated and distributed by competitive proc-
    13      ess which includes an evaluation of the effectiveness of such  proc-
    14      ess ... 15,219,000 ................................ (re. $1,849,000)
    15    For  payment  of  state  aid  to counties and the city of New York for
    16      local alternatives to incarceration, pursuant to article 13-A of the
    17      executive law. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the total
    18      amount for state assistance may be provided to  participating  coun-
    19      ties  and  the city of New York in the same proportion of the appro-
    20      priation as received during the preceding fiscal year, pursuant to a
    21      plan submitted by the  commissioner  of  the  division  of  criminal
    22      justice services and approved by the director of the budget ........
    23      3,245,000 ........................................... (re. $394,000)
    24    For  payment  of  state  aid  to counties and the city of New York for
    25      local  alternatives  to  incarceration  that  provide  alcohol   and
    26      substance  abuse  treatment  programs and services and other related
    27      interventions, pursuant to section 266 of article 13-A of the execu-
    28      tive law ... 1,914,000 .............................. (re. $269,000)
    29    For payment to not-for-profit and government operated programs provid-
    30      ing alternatives  to  incarceration,  community  supervision  and/or
    31      employment  programs to be distributed pursuant to existing or prior
    32      year contracts or pursuant to a plan submitted by  the  commissioner
    33      of  the  division  of  criminal justice services and approved by the
    34      director of the budget. Eligible services shall include, but not  be
    35      limited  to  offender  employment,  offender  assessments, treatment
    36      program placement and participation,  monitoring  client  compliance
    37      with  a  treatment  plan, TASC program services, and alternatives to
    38      prison. A portion of these funds may be suballocated to other  state
    39      agencies ... 11,442,000 ............................. (re. $978,000)
    40    For  services  and  expenses  of programs that provide alternatives to
    41      incarceration for eligible individuals and families whose income  do
    42      not exceed 200 percent of the federal poverty level ................
    43      2,622,000 ......................................... (re. $1,190,000)
    44    For  additional  payments  to  not-for-profits and government operated
    45      programs providing alternatives to incarceration to  be  distributed
    46      pursuant to existing contracts ... 1,291,000 ......... (re. $87,000)
    47    For services and expenses of New York State Immigrant Action Fund ....
    48      150,000 ............................................... (re. $1,000)
    49    For services and expenses of the Fortune Society .....................
    50      100,000 ............................................... (re. $8,000)
    51    For  services  and  expenses of the establishment, or continued opera-
    52      tion, of regional Operation S.N.U.G programs  within  the  following

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     1      counties: Bronx, Queens, Rockland, and Onondaga ....................
     2      1,000,000 ........................................... (re. $428,000)
     3    For  services  and  expenses of the establishment, or continued opera-
     4      tion, of regional Operation S.N.U.G. programs, pursuant  to  a  plan
     5      submitted  by the division of criminal justice services and approved
     6      by the director of the budget ... 2,000,000 ......... (re. $355,000)
     7    For services and expenses of law enforcement initiatives including but
     8      not limited to, enhanced prosecution, enhanced  defense,  local  law
     9      enforcement   programs,   youth   violence  and/or  crime  reduction
    10      programs, crime laboratories, re-entry services, and judicial diver-
    11      sion and alternative to incarceration programs, pursuant to  a  plan
    12      submitted  by the division of criminal justice services and approved
    13      by the director of the budget ... 1,000,000 ......... (re. $325,000)
    14    For services and expenses of programs that prevent  domestic  violence
    15      or  aid  the  victims  of  domestic  violence.  Notwithstanding  any
    16      provision of law this appropriation shall be allocated only pursuant
    17      to a plan setting forth an itemized list of grantees with the amount
    18      to be received by each,  or  the  methodology  for  allocating  such
    19      appropriation.  Such  plan  shall  be subject to the approval of the
    20      temporary president of the senate and the director of the budget and
    21      thereafter shall be included in a resolution calling for the expend-
    22      iture of such monies, which resolution must be approved by a majori-
    23      ty vote of all members elected to the senate upon a roll  call  vote
    24      ... 609,000 .......................................... (re. $40,000)
    25    For services and expenses of law enforcement, anti-drug, antiviolence,
    26      crime control and prevention programs. Notwithstanding any provision
    27      of law this appropriation shall be allocated only pursuant to a plan
    28      setting  forth  an  itemized  list of grantees with the amount to be
    29      received by each, or the methodology for allocating  such  appropri-
    30      ation.  Such  plan shall be subject to the approval of the temporary
    31      president of the senate and the director of the budget and thereaft-
    32      er shall be included in the resolution calling for  the  expenditure
    33      of such monies, which resolution must be approved by a majority vote
    34      of all members elected to the senate upon a roll call vote .........
    35      1,891,000 ........................................... (re. $281,000)

    36  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2013, as amended by chapter 53,
    37      section 1, of the laws of 2014:
    38    Chinese-American Planning Council Youth Training Program .............
    39      165,387 ............................................... (re. $2,000)
    40    Ohel Children's Home & Family Services Drug Prevention Program .......
    41      76,000 ............................................... (re. $49,000)
    42    Education Alliance ... 80,000 ........................... (re. $7,000)
    43    Asian Americans for Equality ... 80,000 ................. (re. $1,000)
    44    Finger Lakes Law Enforcement ... 500,000 .............. (re. $142,000)
    45    For  the  purchase  of  safety  equipment for New York City correction
    46      officers ... 250,000 ................................ (re. $250,000)
    47    For the purchase of safety equipment for the New  York  State  Correc-
    48      tional  Officer  and  Police  Benevolent  Association,  Incorporated
    49      (NYSCOPBA) ... 250,000 .............................. (re. $250,000)
 
    50  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2012:

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     1    For services and expenses associated with a witness protection program
     2      pursuant to a plan developed by the commissioner of the division  of
     3      criminal justice services ... 304,000 ............... (re. $230,000)
     4    For  additional  grants  to  counties  for district attorney salaries.
     5      Notwithstanding the provisions of subdivisions 10 and 11 of  section
     6      700  of  the  county law or any other law to the contrary, for state
     7      fiscal year 2012-13 the state reimbursement to counties for district
     8      attorney salaries shall be equal to the amount received by a  county
     9      for  such  purpose in 2011-12 and one hundred percent of the differ-
    10      ence between the minimum salary for a  full-time  district  attorney
    11      established  pursuant to section 183-a of the judiciary law prior to
    12      April 1, 2012, and the minimum salary on or after April 1, 2012 ....
    13      700,000 .............................................. (re. $56,000)
    14    For services and expenses of programs aimed at reducing  the  risk  of
    15      re-offending, to be distributed through a competitive process, which
    16      will include an evaluation of the effectiveness of such programs ...
    17      3,063,000 ............................................ (re. $62,000)
    18    For services and expenses of operation IMPACT including anti-gun traf-
    19      ficking initiative as allocated and distributed by competitive proc-
    20      ess  which includes an evaluation of the effectiveness of such proc-
    21      ess ... 15,219,000 .................................. (re. $907,000)
    22    For  payments  to  not-for-profit  and  government  operated  programs
    23      providing  alternatives to incarceration, to be distributed pursuant
    24      to  existing  contracts  or  through  a  competitive  process  which
    25      includes  an  evaluation  of  the  effectiveness of such process ...
    26      3,973,000 ........................................... (re. $225,000)
    27    For services and expenses of family court domestic violence  services.
    28      Notwithstanding  any  provision  of  law this appropriation shall be
    29      allocated only pursuant to a plan setting forth an itemized list  of
    30      grantees  with the amount to be received by each, or the methodology
    31      for allocating such appropriation. Such plan shall be subject to the
    32      approval of the temporary president of the senate and  the  director
    33      of the budget and thereafter shall be included in a resolution call-
    34      ing  for  the  expenditure  of such monies, which resolution must be
    35      approved by a majority vote of all members  elected  to  the  senate
    36      upon a roll call vote ... 600,000 .................... (re. $78,000)
    37    For  services  and  expenses  of  local law enforcement and judges for
    38      domestic violence training. Notwithstanding  any  provision  of  law
    39      this  appropriation  shall  be  allocated  only  pursuant  to a plan
    40      setting forth an itemized list of grantees with  the  amount  to  be
    41      received  by  each, or the methodology for allocating such appropri-
    42      ation. Such plan shall be subject to the approval of  the  temporary
    43      president of the senate and the director of the budget and thereaft-
    44      er  shall be included in a resolution calling for the expenditure of
    45      such monies, which resolution must be approved by a majority vote of
    46      all members elected to the senate upon a roll call vote ............
    47      500,000 .............................................. (re. $70,000)
    48    For services and expenses of  law  enforcement,  anti-drug,  anti-vio-
    49      lence,  crime  control  and prevention programs. Notwithstanding any
    50      provision of law this appropriation shall be allocated only pursuant
    51      to a plan setting forth an itemized list of grantees with the amount
    52      to be received by each,  or  the  methodology  for  allocating  such

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     1      appropriation.  Such  plan  shall  be subject to the approval of the
     2      temporary president of the senate and the director of the budget and
     3      thereafter shall be included in a resolution calling for the expend-
     4      iture of such monies, which resolution must be approved by a majori-
     5      ty  vote  of all members elected to the senate upon a roll call vote
     6      ... 450,000 .......................................... (re. $11,000)
     7    For additional payments  to  not-for-profit  and  government  operated
     8      programs  providing alternatives to incarceration, to be distributed
     9      pursuant to existing contracts or through a competitive process ....
    10      1,200,000 ............................................ (re. $11,000)
    11    For services and expenses of the John Jay College: Prison  to  College
    12      Pipeline ... 100,000 .................................. (re. $3,000)
 
    13  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2011:
    14    For  services and expenses of programs aimed at promoting the success-
    15      ful re-entry of criminal offenders into their communities, including
    16      local re-entry task forces, to be distributed through a  competitive
    17      process,  which  will  include an evaluation of the effectiveness of
    18      such process ... 3,063,000 ........................... (re. $30,000)
    19    For payment of state aid to counties and the city of New York for  the
    20      operation  of local probation departments subject to the approval of
    21      the director of the budget.
    22    Notwithstanding any other provisions of law, the state aid for  proba-
    23      tionary  services  to  counties  and  the  city of New York shall be
    24      distributed to counties and the city of New York pursuant to a  plan
    25      prepared  by  the  commissioner  of  criminal  justice  services and
    26      approved by the director of the budget which shall be to the  great-
    27      est  extent  possible,  distributed  in a manner consistent with the
    28      prior year distribution amounts ....................................
    29      44,057,000 ............................................ (re. $3,000)
    30    For  payments  to  not-for-profit  and  government  operated  programs
    31      providing  alternatives to incarceration, to be distributed pursuant
    32      to  existing  contracts  or  through  a  competitive  process  which
    33      includes an evaluation of the effectiveness of such process ........
    34      3,973,000 ............................................ (re. $30,000)
    35    For  payment  as  assistance  to localities to provide supervision and
    36      treatment for at-risk youth or offenders by public or not-for-profit
    37      agencies to be distributed pursuant to existing contracts or through
    38      a competitive process which includes an evaluation of the effective-
    39      ness of such process ... 819,000 .................... (re. $600,000)
    40    For residential centers providing services to individuals on probation
    41      ... 1,000,000 ......................................... (re. $7,000)
 
    42  By chapter 50, section 1, of the laws of 2010:
    43    For  payments  to  not-for-profit  and  government  operated  programs
    44      providing  alternatives to incarceration, to be distributed pursuant
    45      to  existing  contracts  or  through  a  competitive  process  which
    46      includes an evaluation of the effectiveness of such process ........
    47      4,315,000 ............................................ (re. $15,000)
    48    For  payment  as  assistance  to localities to provide supervision and
    49      treatment for at-risk youth or offenders by public or not-for-profit
    50      agencies to be distributed pursuant to existing contracts or through

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     1      a competitive process which includes an evaluation of the effective-
     2      ness of such process ... 889,000 ..................... (re. $50,000)
 
     3  By chapter 50, section 1, of the laws of 2010:
     4    For  payment  as  assistance  to localities to provide supervision and
     5      treatment of offenders by public or not-for-profit agencies.  Eligi-
     6      ble services shall include but not be  limited  to  substance  abuse
     7      assessments,  treatment program placement, monitoring client compli-
     8      ance with treatment programs, outpatient and residential  treatment,
     9      TASC  program  services,  drug treatment, and alternatives to prison
    10      programs. Funds shall be awarded on a competitive basis and shall be
    11      available for up to 100 percent of program  costs  incurred.  In  no
    12      event  shall any part of these funds be used to replace expenditures
    13      previously incurred for such services ... 509,000 ... (re. $506,000)
 
    14  By chapter 50, section 1, of the laws of 2009:
    15    For services and expenses of the establishment of  regional  Operation
    16      S.N.U.G. programs ... 4,000,000 ..................... (re. $186,000)
 
    17  By chapter 50, section 1, of the laws of 2009, as transferred by chapter
    18      50, section 1, of the laws of 2010:
    19    For  payment of state aid to counties and the city of New York for the
    20      operation of local probation departments subject to the approval  of
    21      the director of the budget.
    22    For  services  and  expenses  of intensive supervision programs, to be
    23      distributed pursuant to existing contracts or through a  competitive
    24      process  which  includes  an evaluation of the effectiveness of such
    25      process ... 5,192,000 ............................... (re. $200,000)
    26    For payment as assistance to localities for expenses of the  intensive
    27      supervision  of sex offenders, distributed in the same manner as the
    28      prior year, or through a competitive process which includes an eval-
    29      uation of the effectiveness of such process ........................
    30      1,992,000 ........................................... (re. $980,000)
    31    For payment as assistance to localities  that  provide  juvenile  risk
    32      intervention  services  coordination.  In no event shall any part of
    33      these funds be used to replace expenditures previously incurred  for
    34      such  services or programs. These funds shall be distributed through
    35      a competitive process ... 1,049,000 ................. (re. $894,000)
    36    For payment of state aid to counties and the  city  of  New  York  for
    37      local alternatives to incarceration, pursuant to article 13-A of the
    38      executive law. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the total
    39      amount  for  state assistance may be provided to participating coun-
    40      ties and the city of New York in the same proportion of  the  appro-
    41      priation  as  received during the preceding fiscal year, pursuant to
    42      regulations issued by the division  of  probation  and  correctional
    43      alternatives ... 3,916,000 ........................... (re. $40,000)
    44    For  payment  of  state  aid  to counties and the city of New York for
    45      local  alternatives  to  incarceration  that  provide  alcohol   and
    46      substance  abuse  treatment  programs and services and other related
    47      interventions, pursuant to section 266 of article 13-A of the execu-
    48      tive law ... 2,310,000 ............................... (re. $30,000)

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                     AID TO LOCALITIES - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2016-17
 
     1    For payment as assistance to localities  to  provide  supervision  and
     2      treatment for at-risk youth or offenders by public or not-for-profit
     3      agencies to be distributed pursuant to existing contracts or through
     4      a competitive process which includes an evaluation of the effective-
     5      ness of such process ... 988,000 .................... (re. $200,000)
     6    For  payment  as  assistance  to localities to provide supervision and
     7      treatment of offenders by public or not-for-profit agencies.  Eligi-
     8      ble services shall include but not be  limited  to  substance  abuse
     9      assessments,  treatment program placement, monitoring client compli-
    10      ance with treatment programs, outpatient and residential  treatment,
    11      TASC  program  services,  drug treatment, and alternatives to prison
    12      programs. Funds shall be awarded on a competitive basis and shall be
    13      available for up to 100 percent of program  costs  incurred.  In  no
    14      event  shall any part of these funds be used to replace expenditures
    15      previously incurred for such services ..............................
    16      566,000 ............................................. (re. $490,000)
    17    For services and expenses of programs  that  provide  alternatives  to
    18      incarceration  for eligible individuals and families whose income do
    19      not exceed 200 percent of the federal poverty level ................
    20      3,164,000 ........................................... (re. $750,000)
 
    21  By chapter 50, section 1, of the laws of 2008, as amended by chapter 53,
    22      section 3, of the laws of 2008:
    23    For grants to counties for  district  attorney  salaries  pursuant  to
    24      subdivisions 10 and 11 of section 700 of the county law.
    25    Notwithstanding  the  provisions of any other law to the contrary, for
    26      state fiscal year 2008-2009 the  liability  of  the  state  and  the
    27      amount to be distributed or otherwise expended by the state pursuant
    28      to  subdivisions 10 and 11 of section 700 of the county law shall be
    29      determined by first calculating the amount  of  the  expenditure  or
    30      other  liability  pursuant to such law, and then reducing the amount
    31      so calculated by two percent of such amount ........................
    32      2,869,000 ........................................... (re. $113,000)
 
    33  By chapter 50, section 1, of the laws of 2008,  as  amended  by  chapter
    34      496, section 1, of the laws of 2008:
    35    For  payment  to the New York state district attorneys association and
    36      the New York state prosecutors training institute for  services  and
    37      expenses  related  to the prosecution of crimes and the provision of
    38      continuing legal education, training, and support for medicaid fraud
    39      prosecution, provided, however, that the amount  of  this  appropri-
    40      ation  available  for  expenditure  and  disbursement  on  and after
    41      September 1, 2008 shall be reduced by six percent of the amount that
    42      was undisbursed as of August 15, 2008 ..............................
    43      3,146,000 ........................................... (re. $650,000)
    44    For services and expenses associated with a witness protection program
    45      pursuant to a plan developed by the commissioner of the division  of
    46      criminal justice services ... 390,000 ................ (re. $15,000)
    47    For  payment  of  state  aid  for  expenses  of crime laboratories for
    48      accreditation,  training,  capacity  enhancement  and  lab   related
    49      services  to  maintain  the  quality  and  reliability  of  forensic
    50      services to criminal justice agencies, distributed through a compet-

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     1      itive process, which includes an evaluation of the effectiveness  of
     2      such  process. Some of these funds herein appropriated may be trans-
     3      ferred to state operations and may be suballocated  to  other  state
     4      agencies,  provided,  however, that the amount of this appropriation
     5      available for expenditure and disbursement on and after September 1,
     6      2008 shall be reduced by six percent of the amount that  was  undis-
     7      bursed as of August 15, 2008 ... 9,063,000 ............ (re. $5,000)
     8    For  services  and  expenses incurred by community-based programs from
     9      participating in multi-agency crime prevention and reduction  initi-
    10      atives,  to  be  distributed  through  a  competitive  process which
    11      includes  an  evaluation  of  the  effectiveness  of  such  process,
    12      provided,  however,  that the amount of this appropriation available
    13      for expenditure and disbursement on  and  after  September  1,  2008
    14      shall  be  reduced by six percent of the amount that was undisbursed
    15      as of August 15, 2008 ... 1,960,000 ............... (re. $1,785,000)
 
    16  By chapter 50, section 1, of the laws of 2008, as amended by chapter  1,
    17      section 1, of the laws of 2009:
    18    Finger Lakes Law Enforcement ... 376,000 ................ (re. $5,000)
    19    Onondaga County Law Enforcement Technology ...........................
    20      138,000 ............................................... (re. $5,000)
    21    For  services  and  expenses  of  CopsCare  and Safety Means Abduction
    22      Registration and training S.M.A.R.T program ........................
    23      226,000 ............................................. (re. $226,000)
    24    Onondaga County Project PROUD ... 38,000 ................ (re. $3,000)
    25    Nassau County District Attorney Medicaid Fraud Unit ..................
    26      564,000 ............................................... (re. $3,000)
 
    27  By chapter 50, section 1, of the laws of 2008, as amended by chapter 53,
    28      section 1, of the laws of 2012:
    29    St. Francis College for public protection courses ....................
    30      200,000 .............................................. (re. $12,000)
 
    31  By chapter 50, section 1, of the laws of 2008, as transferred by chapter
    32      53, section 1, of the laws of 2011:
    33    For payment as assistance to localities for expenses of the  intensive
    34      supervision  of sex offenders, distributed in the same manner as the
    35      prior year, or through a competitive process which includes an eval-
    36      uation of the effectiveness of such process, provided, however, that
    37      the amount of  this  appropriation  available  for  expenditure  and
    38      disbursement  on and after September 1, 2008 shall be reduced by six
    39      percent of the amount that was undisbursed as of August 15, 2008 ...
    40      2,254,000 ........................................... (re. $548,000)
    41    For payment as assistance to localities  that  provide  juvenile  risk
    42      intervention  services  coordination.  In no event shall any part of
    43      these funds be used to replace expenditures previously incurred  for
    44      such  services or programs. These funds shall be distributed through
    45      a competitive process, provided, however, that the  amount  of  this
    46      appropriation  available  for  expenditure  and  disbursement on and
    47      after September 1, 2008 shall be  reduced  by  six  percent  of  the
    48      amount that was undisbursed as of August 15, 2008 ..................
    49      1,187,000 ........................................... (re. $571,000)

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     1    For  payment  of  state  aid  to counties and the city of New York for
     2      local alternatives to incarceration, pursuant to article 13-A of the
     3      executive law. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the total
     4      amount for state assistance may be provided to  participating  coun-
     5      ties  and  the city of New York in the same proportion of the appro-
     6      priation as received during the preceding fiscal year,  pursuant  to
     7      regulations  issued  by  the  division of probation and correctional
     8      alternatives, provided, however, that the amount of  this  appropri-
     9      ation  available  for  expenditure  and  disbursement  on  and after
    10      September 1, 2008 shall be reduced by six percent of the amount that
    11      was undisbursed as of August 15, 2008 ..............................
    12      4,432,000 ............................................ (re. $50,000)
    13    For  payments  to  not-for-profit  and  government  operated  programs
    14      providing  alternatives to incarceration, to be distributed pursuant
    15      to  existing  contracts  or  through  a  competitive  process  which
    16      includes  an  evaluation  of  the  effectiveness  of  such  process,
    17      provided, however, that the amount of this  appropriation  available
    18      for  expenditure  and  disbursement  on  and after September 1, 2008
    19      shall be reduced by six percent of the amount that  was  undisbursed
    20      as of August 15, 2008 ... 5,582,000 ................. (re. $111,000)
    21    For  payment  of  state  aid  to counties and the city of New York for
    22      local  alternatives  to  incarceration  that  provide  alcohol   and
    23      substance  abuse  treatment  programs and services and other related
    24      interventions, pursuant to section 266 of article 13-A of the execu-
    25      tive law, provided, however, that the amount of  this  appropriation
    26      available for expenditure and disbursement on and after September 1,
    27      2008  shall  be reduced by six percent of the amount that was undis-
    28      bursed as of August 15, 2008 ... 2,562,000 .......... (re. $142,000)
    29    For additional payments of state aid to counties and the city  of  New
    30      York  for  local  alternatives to incarceration that provide alcohol
    31      and substance  abuse  treatment  programs  and  services  and  other
    32      related  interventions,  pursuant  to section 266 of article 13-A of
    33      the executive law, provided, however, that the amount of this appro-
    34      priation available for expenditure and  disbursement  on  and  after
    35      September 1, 2008 shall be reduced by six percent of the amount that
    36      was undisbursed as of August 15, 2008 ... 52,000 ..... (re. $50,000)
    37    For  payment  as  assistance  to localities to provide supervision and
    38      treatment for at-risk youth or offenders by public or not-for-profit
    39      agencies to be distributed pursuant to existing contracts or through
    40      a competitive process which includes an evaluation of the effective-
    41      ness of such process, provided, however, that  the  amount  of  this
    42      appropriation  available  for  expenditure  and  disbursement on and
    43      after September 1, 2008 shall be  reduced  by  six  percent  of  the
    44      amount that was undisbursed as of August 15, 2008 ..................
    45      1,118,000 ........................................... (re. $100,000)
    46    For  payment  as  assistance  to localities to provide supervision and
    47      treatment of offenders by public or not-for-profit agencies.  Eligi-
    48      ble services shall include but not be  limited  to  substance  abuse
    49      assessments,  treatment program placement, monitoring client compli-
    50      ance with treatment programs, outpatient and residential  treatment,
    51      TASC  program  services,  drug treatment, and alternatives to prison
    52      programs. Funds shall be awarded on a competitive basis and shall be

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     1      available for up to 100 percent of program  costs  incurred.  In  no
     2      event  shall any part of these funds be used to replace expenditures
     3      previously incurred for such services, provided, however,  that  the
     4      amount of this appropriation available for expenditure and disburse-
     5      ment  on and after September 1, 2008 shall be reduced by six percent
     6      of the amount that was undisbursed as of August 15, 2008 ...........
     7      640,000 ............................................. (re. $285,000)
     8    For additional payments  to  not-for-profit  and  government  operated
     9      programs  providing alternatives to incarceration, to be distributed
    10      pursuant to existing contracts  or  through  a  competitive  process
    11      which  includes  an  evaluation of the effectiveness of such process
    12      ... 2,365,000 ....................................... (re. $510,000)
 
    13  By chapter 50, section 1, of the laws of 2007:
    14    For services and expenses of:
    15    Onondaga County Law Enforcement Technology ...........................
    16      184,000 ............................................... (re. $8,000)
    17    Finger Lakes Law Enforcement Initiatives ... 300,000 .... (re. $5,000)
    18    Catholic Family Center of Rochester ... 250,000 ........ (re. $30,000)
    19    Schenectady Model of Homeland ... 548,000 ............... (re. $5,000)
    20    Dutchess County Sheriff Department Law Enforcement ...................
    21      100,000 .............................................. (re. $15,000)
    22    Nassau County District Attorney Medicaid Fraud Unit ..................
    23      750,000 ............................................... (re. $5,000)
    24    For defense services in the county of Wayne ..........................
    25      291,000 .............................................. (re. $15,000)
 
    26  By chapter 50, section 1, of the laws of 2007,  as  amended  by  chapter
    27      496, section 1, of the laws of 2008:
    28    For  services  and  expenses  associated  with  DNA training programs,
    29      distributed in the same manner as  the  prior  year,  or  through  a
    30      competitive  process  which includes an evaluation of the effective-
    31      ness of such process, provided, however, that  the  amount  of  this
    32      appropriation  available  for  expenditure  and  disbursement on and
    33      after September 1, 2008 shall be  reduced  by  six  percent  of  the
    34      amount that was undisbursed as of August 15, 2008 ..................
    35      2,000,000 ........................................... (re. $200,000)
    36    For  services  and  expenses incurred by community-based programs from
    37      participating in multi-agency crime prevention and reduction  initi-
    38      atives,  to  be  distributed  through  a  competitive  process which
    39      includes  an  evaluation  of  the  effectiveness  of  such  process,
    40      provided,  however,  that the amount of this appropriation available
    41      for expenditure and disbursement on  and  after  September  1,  2008
    42      shall  be  reduced by six percent of the amount that was undisbursed
    43      as of August 15, 2008 ... 2,000,000 ................. (re. $181,000)
 
    44  By chapter 50, section 1, of the laws of 2007, as transferred by chapter
    45      53, section 1, of the laws of 2011:
    46    For payment of state aid to counties and the  city  of  New  York  for
    47      local alternatives to incarceration, pursuant to article 13-A of the
    48      executive law. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the total
    49      amount  for  state assistance may be provided to participating coun-

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     1      ties and the city of New York in the same proportion of  the  appro-
     2      priation  as  received during the preceding fiscal year, pursuant to
     3      regulations issued by the division  of  probation  and  correctional
     4      alternatives,  provided,  however, that the amount of this appropri-
     5      ation available  for  expenditure  and  disbursement  on  and  after
     6      September 1, 2008 shall be reduced by six percent of the amount that
     7      was undisbursed as of August 15, 2008 ..............................
     8      4,522,000 ........................................... (re. $165,000)
     9    For  payments  to  not-for-profit  and  government  operated  programs
    10      providing alternatives to incarceration, to be distributed  pursuant
    11      to  existing  contracts  or  through  a  competitive  process  which
    12      includes  an  evaluation  of  the  effectiveness  of  such  process,
    13      provided,  however,  that the amount of this appropriation available
    14      for expenditure and disbursement on  and  after  September  1,  2008
    15      shall  be  reduced by six percent of the amount that was undisbursed
    16      as of August 15, 2008 ... 5,696,000 ................. (re. $171,000)
    17    For payment of state aid to counties and the  city  of  New  York  for
    18      local   alternatives  to  incarceration  that  provide  alcohol  and
    19      substance abuse treatment programs and services  and  other  related
    20      interventions, pursuant to section 266 of article 13-A of the execu-
    21      tive  law,  provided, however, that the amount of this appropriation
    22      available for expenditure and disbursement on and after September 1,
    23      2008 shall be reduced by six percent of the amount that  was  undis-
    24      bursed as of August 15, 2008 ... 2,614,000 .......... (re. $436,000)
    25    For  payment  as  assistance  to localities to provide supervision and
    26      treatment for at-risk youth or offenders by public or not-for-profit
    27      agencies to be distributed pursuant to existing contracts or through
    28      a competitive process which includes an evaluation of the effective-
    29      ness of such process, provided, however, that  the  amount  of  this
    30      appropriation  available  for  expenditure  and  disbursement on and
    31      after September 1, 2008 shall be  reduced  by  six  percent  of  the
    32      amount that was undisbursed as of August 15, 2008 ..................
    33      1,140,000 ............................................ (re. $25,000)
    34    For  payment  as  assistance  to localities to provide supervision and
    35      treatment of offenders by public or not-for-profit agencies.  Eligi-
    36      ble services shall include but not be  limited  to  substance  abuse
    37      assessments,  treatment program placement, monitoring client compli-
    38      ance with treatment programs, outpatient and residential  treatment,
    39      TASC  program  services,  drug treatment, and alternatives to prison
    40      programs. Funds shall be awarded on a competitive basis and shall be
    41      available for up to 100 percent of program  costs  incurred.  In  no
    42      event  shall any part of these funds be used to replace expenditures
    43      previously incurred for such services, provided, however,  that  the
    44      amount of this appropriation available for expenditure and disburse-
    45      ment  on and after September 1, 2008 shall be reduced by six percent
    46      of the amount that was undisbursed as of August 15, 2008 ...........
    47      653,000 .............................................. (re. $12,000)
    48    For payment as assistance to localities for expenses of the  intensive
    49      supervision  of sex offenders, distributed pursuant to chapter 56 of
    50      the laws of 2007, provided, however, that the amount of this  appro-
    51      priation  available  for  expenditure  and disbursement on and after
    52      September 1, 2008 shall be reduced by six percent of the amount that

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     1      was undisbursed as of August 15, 2008 ..............................
     2      2,300,000 ............................................ (re. $85,000)
 
     3  By chapter 50, section 1, of the laws of 2006:
     4    For  criminal justice aid pursuant to an allocation plan developed and
     5      implemented by the commissioner of the division of criminal  justice
     6      services  and  subject to the approval of the director of the budget
     7      according to the following:
     8    For services and expenses related to  prosecutorial  services,  to  be
     9      apportioned  in  equal  amounts to the thirty-two counties which did
    10      not receive aid for prosecutorial services according  to  the  allo-
    11      cation  plan developed by the commissioner of the division of crimi-
    12      nal justice services and approved by the director of the  budget  in
    13      the state fiscal year 1999-2000 ... 1,292,000 ........ (re. $25,000)
    14    For  services  and expenses of pilot programs for a Global Positioning
    15      System (GPS) for tracking of sex offenders .........................
    16      1,000,000 ........................................... (re. $375,000)
    17    For enhancement of services provided at child advocacy centers .......
    18      170,000 ............................................... (re. $5,000)
    19    For services and expenses of  Medicaid  Fraud  prosecution  assistance
    20      services of the New York Prosecutors Training Institute ............
    21      500,000 .............................................. (re. $60,000)
    22    For  a  program  to  improve the recruitment and retention of district
    23      attorneys ... 1,000,000 .............................. (re. $40,000)
    24    For services and expenses of the John Jay college of criminal  justice
    25      DNA training program ... 2,000,000 ................... (re. $85,000)
 
    26  By chapter 50, section 1, of the laws of 2006, as transferred by chapter
    27      53, section 1, of the laws of 2011:
    28    For  payment  as  assistance  to localities to provide supervision and
    29      treatment for at-risk youth or offenders by public or not-for-profit
    30      agencies pursuant to a plan developed by the division  of  probation
    31      and  correctional  alternatives  and  the department of correctional
    32      services ... 1,140,000 .............................. (re. $200,000)
    33    For payment as assistance to localities  to  provide  supervision  and
    34      treatment of offenders by public or not-for-profit agencies pursuant
    35      to  a  plan  developed by the division of probation and correctional
    36      alternatives and the department of  correctional  services  and  the
    37      division  of  parole.  Eligible  services  shall  include but not be
    38      limited to substance abuse assessments, treatment program placement,
    39      monitoring client compliance with treatment programs, outpatient and
    40      residential treatment, TASC program services, drug treatment  alter-
    41      natives to prison programs, up to $750,000 to the division of parole
    42      for  relapse  prevention  programs  and  high  impact  incarceration
    43      programs in the following counties: Monroe, Erie, Onondaga, Schenec-
    44      tady, Westchester, Suffolk and Nassau. Funds shall be awarded  on  a
    45      competitive  basis  and  shall be available for up to 100 percent of
    46      program costs incurred. In no event shall any part of these funds be
    47      used to replace expenditures previously incurred for  such  services
    48      1,403,000 ............................................ (re. $35,000)
 
    49  By chapter 50, section 1, of the laws of 2005:

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     1    For  services  and  expenses  related to prosecutorial services, to be
     2      apportioned in equal amounts to the thirty-two  counties  which  did
     3      not  receive  aid  for prosecutorial services according to the allo-
     4      cation plan developed by the commissioner of the division of  crimi-
     5      nal  justice  services and approved by the director of the budget in
     6      the state fiscal year 1999-2000 ... 1,292,000 ........ (re. $30,000)
     7    Onondaga County District Attorney Witness Protection Program .........
     8      50,000 ............................................... (re. $15,000)
     9    For services and expenses of:
    10    For restoration of anti-drug, anti-violence, crime control, prevention
    11      and treatment programs ... 3,177,000 ................ (re. $300,000)
 
    12  By chapter 50, section 1, of the laws of 2004, as amended by chapter 50,
    13      section 1, of the laws of 2008:
    14    For criminal justice aid pursuant to an allocation plan developed  and
    15      implemented  by the commissioner of the division of criminal justice
    16      services and subject to the approval of the director of  the  budget
    17      according to the following:
    18    Services  and  expenses  related to the prosecution of crimes, and the
    19      provision  of  continuing  legal  education,  training,  advice  and
    20      assistance  for  prosecutors  in  the prosecution of cases including
    21      training contracts with the New York state district attorneys  asso-
    22      ciation   and  the  New  York  prosecutors  training  institute  ...
    23      2,826,000 ........................................... (re. $800,000)
 
    24  By chapter 50, section 1, of the laws of 2003, as amended by chapter 50,
    25      section 1, of the laws of 2008:
    26    For criminal justice aid pursuant to an allocation plan developed  and
    27      implemented  by the commissioner of the division of criminal justice
    28      services and subject to the approval of the director of  the  budget
    29      according to the following:
    30    Services  and  expenses  related to the prosecution of crimes, and the
    31      provision  of  continuing  legal  education,  training,  advice  and
    32      assistance  for  prosecutors  in  the prosecution of cases including
    33      training contracts with the New York state district attorneys  asso-
    34      ciation and the New York prosecutors training institute ............
    35      2,975,000 ............................................ (re. $70,000)
 
    36  By chapter 50, section 1, of the laws of 2002, as amended by chapter 50,
    37      section 1, of the laws of 2008:
    38    For criminal justice aid pursuant to an allocation plan subject to the
    39      approval of the director of the budget according to the following:
    40    Services  and  expenses  related to the prosecution of crimes, and the
    41      provision  of  continuing  legal  education,  training,  advice  and
    42      assistance  for  prosecutors  in  the prosecution of cases including
    43      training contracts with the New York state district attorneys  asso-
    44      ciation and the New York prosecutors training institute ............
    45      3,500,000 ............................................. (re. $3,000)
 
    46  By chapter 50, section 1, of the laws of 2001, as transferred by chapter
    47      53, section 1, of the laws of 2011:

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     1    For  payment  of  state  aid  to counties and the city of New York for
     2      local  alternatives  to  incarceration  that  provide  alcohol   and
     3      substance  abuse  treatment  programs and services and other related
     4      interventions, pursuant to section 266 of article 13-A of the execu-
     5      tive  law  and  pursuant  to  a plan approved by the director of the
     6      budget ... 2,714,400 ................................ (re. $120,000)
 
     7  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2000:
     8    For services and expenses of the:
     9    Victim Assistance, Criminal Prosecution,  and  Local  Law  enforcement
    10      technology enhancement ... 307,100 .................. (re. $200,000)
 
    11    Special Revenue Funds - Federal
    12    Federal Miscellaneous Operating Grants Fund
    13    Crime Identification and Technology Account - 25475
 
    14  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2015:
    15    For  services and expenses related to identification technology grants
    16      including, but  not  limited  to,  crime  lab  improvement  and  DNA
    17      programs. A portion of these funds may be transferred to state oper-
    18      ations  and  may be suballocated to other state agencies (20204) ...
    19      2,250,000 ......................................... (re. $2,250,000)
 
    20  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2014:
    21    For services and expenses related to identification technology  grants
    22      including,  but  not  limited  to,  crime  lab  improvement  and DNA
    23      programs. A portion of these funds may be transferred to state oper-
    24      ations and may be suballocated to other state agencies .............
    25      2,250,000 ......................................... (re. $2,060,000)
 
    26  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2013:
    27    For services and expenses related to identification technology  grants
    28      including,  but  not  limited  to,  crime  lab  improvement  and DNA
    29      programs. A portion of these funds may be transferred to state oper-
    30      ations and may be suballocated to other state agencies .............
    31      2,250,000 ......................................... (re. $1,932,000)
 
    32  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2012:
    33    For services and expenses related to identification technology  grants
    34      including,  but  not  limited  to,  crime  lab  improvement  and DNA
    35      programs. A portion of these funds may be transferred to state oper-
    36      ations and may be suballocated to other state agencies .............
    37      2,250,000 ........................................... (re. $350,000)
 
    38  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2011:
    39    For services and expenses related to identification technology  grants
    40      including,  but  not  limited  to,  crime  lab  improvement  and DNA
    41      programs. A portion of these funds may be transferred to state oper-
    42      ations and may be suballocated to other state agencies .............
    43      1,500,000 ........................................... (re. $200,000)
 
    44    Special Revenue Funds - Federal

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     1    Federal Miscellaneous Operating Grants Fund
     2    DCJS Miscellaneous Discretionary Account - 25470
 
     3  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2015:
     4    Funds herein appropriated may be used to disburse unanticipated feder-
     5      al  grants  in support of state and local programs to prevent crime,
     6      support law enforcement, improve the administration of justice,  and
     7      assist victims. A portion of these funds may be transferred to state
     8      operations  and  may be suballocated to other state agencies (20202)
     9      ... 13,000,000 ................................... (re. $13,000,000)
 
    10  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2014:
    11    Funds herein appropriated may be used to disburse unanticipated feder-
    12      al grants in support of state and local programs to  prevent  crime,
    13      support  law enforcement, improve the administration of justice, and
    14      assist victims. A portion of these funds may be transferred to state
    15      operations and may be suballocated to other state agencies .........
    16      7,250,000 ......................................... (re. $7,128,000)
 
    17  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2013:
    18    Funds herein appropriated may be used to disburse unanticipated feder-
    19      al grants in support of state and local programs to  prevent  crime,
    20      support  law enforcement, improve the administration of justice, and
    21      assist victims. A portion of these funds may be transferred to state
    22      operations and may be suballocated to other state agencies .........
    23      7,250,000 ......................................... (re. $6,234,000)
 
    24  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2012:
    25    Funds herein appropriated may be used to disburse unanticipated feder-
    26      al grants in support of state and local programs to  prevent  crime,
    27      support  law enforcement, improve the administration of justice, and
    28      assist victims. A portion of these funds may be transferred to state
    29      operations and may be suballocated to other state agencies .........
    30      7,250,000 ......................................... (re. $5,156,000)
 
    31  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2011:
    32    Funds herein appropriated may be used to disburse unanticipated feder-
    33      al grants in support of state and local programs to  prevent  crime,
    34      support  law enforcement, improve the administration of justice, and
    35      assist victims. A portion of these funds may be transferred to state
    36      operations and may be suballocated to other state agencies .........
    37      8,000,000 ......................................... (re. $6,720,000)
 
    38    Special Revenue Funds - Federal
    39    Federal Miscellaneous Operating Grants Fund
    40    Edward Byrne Memorial Grant Account
 
    41  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2015:
    42    For services and expenses related to the federal Edward Byrne memorial
    43      justice assistance formula program, including enhanced  prosecution,
    44      enhanced  defense,  local  law  enforcement programs, youth violence
    45      and/or  crime  reduction  programs,  crime  laboratories,   re-entry

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     1      services,  and  judicial  diversion and alternative to incarceration
     2      programs. Funds appropriated herein shall be expended pursuant to  a
     3      plan  developed by the commissioner of criminal justice services and
     4      approved by the director of the budget. A portion of these funds may
     5      be  transferred  to  state  operations  and/or suballocated to other
     6      state agencies ... 5,400,000 ...................... (re. $5,400,000)
     7    For services and expenses of drug, violence,  and  crime  control  and
     8      prevention  programs.  Notwithstanding  any  provision  of  law this
     9      appropriation shall be allocated only pursuant  to  a  plan  setting
    10      forth an itemized list of grantees with the amount to be received by
    11      each,  or  the  methodology  for allocating such appropriation. Such
    12      plan shall be subject to the approval of the temporary president  of
    13      the  senate  and  the director of the budget and thereafter shall be
    14      included in a resolution calling for the expenditure of such monies,
    15      which resolution must be approved by a majority vote of all  members
    16      elected to the senate upon a roll call vote ........................
    17      300,000 ............................................. (re. $300,000)
    18    For  services  and  expenses  of  drug,  violence,  and  crime control
    19      prevention programs in accordance with the following schedule:
    20    Charles Settlement House ... 5,000 ...................... (re. $5,000)
    21    Judicial Process Commission ... 5,000 ................... (re. $5,000)
    22    Safer Monroe Area Reentry Team (SMART) ... 5,000 ........ (re. $5,000)
    23    Wyandanch Council of Thought and Action ... 10,000 ..... (re. $10,000)
    24    NYPD 46th Precinct ... 8,332 ............................ (re. $8,332)
    25    NYPD 48th Precinct ... 8,332 ............................ (re. $8,332)
    26    NYPD 52nd Precinct ... 8,332 ............................ (re. $8,332)
    27    Jefferson County Sheriff's Department ... 30,000 ....... (re. $30,000)
    28    City of Amsterdam Police Department ... 25,000 ......... (re. $25,000)
    29    Schenectady County Sheriff ... 30,000 .................. (re. $30,000)
    30    City of Beacon Police Department ... 10,000 ............ (re. $10,000)
    31    City of Newburgh Police Department ... 17,500 .......... (re. $17,500)
    32    City of Poughkeepsie Police Department ... 17,500 ...... (re. $17,500)
    33    Town of Chester Police Department ... 9,700 ............. (re. $9,700)
    34    Town of Woodbury Police Department ... 9,500 ............ (re. $9,500)
    35    Town of New Windsor Police Department ... 10,800 ....... (re. $10,800)
    36    Town of Manlius ... 15,000 ............................. (re. $15,000)
    37    Village of North Syracuse Police Department ..........................
    38      15,000 ............................................... (re. $15,000)
    39    West & North Area Athletic & Education Centers .......................
    40      10,000 ............................................... (re. $10,000)
    41    Hudson Falls Police Department ... 5,000 ................ (re. $5,000)
    42    Town of Fort Edward Police Department ... 5,000 ......... (re. $5,000)
    43    Village of Cambridge/Greenwich Police Department .....................
    44      5,000 ................................................. (re. $5,000)
    45    South Glens Falls Police Department ... 5,000 ........... (re. $5,000)
    46    City of Saratoga Springs Police Department ... 5,000 .... (re. $5,000)
    47    Elmcor Youth and Young Adult Activities ... 25,004 ..... (re. $25,004)
 
    48  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2014:
    49    For services and expenses related to the federal Edward Byrne memorial
    50      justice assistance formula program, including enhanced  prosecution,
    51      enhanced  defense,  local  law  enforcement programs, youth violence

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     1      and/or  crime  reduction  programs,  crime  laboratories,   re-entry
     2      services,  and  judicial  diversion and alternative to incarceration
     3      programs. Funds appropriated herein shall be expended pursuant to  a
     4      plan  developed by the commissioner of criminal justice services and
     5      approved by the director of the budget. A portion of these funds may
     6      be transferred to state  operations  and/or  suballocated  to  other
     7      state agencies ... 5,400,000 ...................... (re. $4,920,000)
     8    For  services  and  expenses  of drug, violence, and crime control and
     9      prevention programs.  Notwithstanding  any  provision  of  law  this
    10      appropriation  shall  be  allocated  only pursuant to a plan setting
    11      forth an itemized list of grantees with the amount to be received by
    12      each, or the methodology for allocating such  appropriation.    Such
    13      plan  shall be subject to the approval of the temporary president of
    14      the senate and the director of the budget and  thereafter  shall  be
    15      included in a resolution calling for the expenditure of such monies,
    16      which  resolution must be approved by a majority vote of all members
    17      elected to the senate upon a roll call vote ........................
    18      300,000 ............................................. (re. $170,000)
    19    For services and expenses of drug, violence,  and  crime  control  and
    20      prevention programs in accordance with the following schedule:
    21    City of Beacon Police Department ... 10,000 ............. (re. $1,000)
    22    Safer Monroe Area Reentry Team (SMART) ... 7,500 ........ (re. $7,500)
    23    Town of New Windsor Police Department ... 10,800 ........ (re. $3,000)
    24    Charles Settlement House ... 5,000 ...................... (re. $5,000)
    25    Town of Manlius ... 17,714 ............................. (re. $17,714)
    26    Town of Brookhaven ... 50,000 .......................... (re. $50,000)
    27    The City of Poughkeepsie ... 17,500 .................... (re. $17,500)
    28    City of Newburgh ... 17,500 ............................ (re. $17,500)
    29    Schenectady County Sheriff ... 32,000 .................. (re. $32,000)
    30    Town of Woodbury Police Department ... 12,000 .......... (re. $12,000)
 
    31  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2013:
    32    For services and expenses related to the federal Edward Byrne memorial
    33      justice  assistance formula program, including enhanced prosecution,
    34      enhanced defense, local law  enforcement  programs,  youth  violence
    35      and/or   crime  reduction  programs,  crime  laboratories,  re-entry
    36      services, and judicial diversion and  alternative  to  incarceration
    37      programs.  Funds appropriated herein shall be expended pursuant to a
    38      plan developed by the commissioner of criminal justice services  and
    39      approved by the director of the budget. A portion of these funds may
    40      be  transferred  to  state  operations  and/or suballocated to other
    41      state agencies ... 5,000,000 ...................... (re. $1,803,000)
    42    For services and expenses of drug, violence,  and  crime  control  and
    43      prevention programs in accordance with the following schedule:
    44    The Safer Monroe Area Reentry Team ... 10,000 ........... (re. $3,000)
    45    Medford Fire Department ... 10,000 ..................... (re. $10,000)
    46    Patchogue-Medford Schools ... 20,000 ................... (re. $20,000)
    47    Amsterdam Fire Department ... 10,970 ................... (re. $10,970)
    48    Schenectady Fire Department ... 12,886 ................. (re. $12,886)
    49    South Schenectady Fire Department ... 10,104 ........... (re. $10,104)
    50    The City of Poughkeepsie ... 14,994 .................... (re. $14,994)

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     1    Stony Point Fire Department, Wayne House Co. No. 1 ...................
     2      11,652 ............................................... (re. $11,652)
     3    Town of Manlius ... 35,000 .............................. (re. $3,000)
     4    Jacob Riis Settlement House ... 20,000 .................. (re. $1,000)
     5    Bergen Basin Community Development Corporation .......................
     6      26,000 ............................................... (re. $26,000)
     7    For  services  and  expenses  of drug, violence, and crime control and
     8      prevention programs.  Notwithstanding  any  provision  of  law  this
     9      appropriation  shall  be  allocated  only pursuant to a plan setting
    10      forth an itemized list of grantees with the amount to be received by
    11      each, or the methodology for allocating such  appropriation.    Such
    12      plan  shall be subject to the approval of the temporary president of
    13      the senate and the director of the budget and  thereafter  shall  be
    14      included in a resolution calling for the expenditure of such monies,
    15      which  resolution must be approved by a majority vote of all members
    16      elected to the senate upon a roll call vote ........................
    17      500,000 .............................................. (re. $86,000)
 
    18  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2012:
    19    For services and expenses related to the federal Edward Byrne memorial
    20      justice assistance formula program, including enhanced  prosecution,
    21      enhanced  defense,  local  law  enforcement programs, youth violence
    22      and/or crime  reduction  programs,  crime  laboratories,  re-  entry
    23      services,  and  judicial  diversion and alternative to incarceration
    24      programs. Funds appropriated herein shall be expended pursuant to  a
    25      plan  developed by the commissioner of criminal justice services and
    26      approved by the director of the budget. A portion of these funds may
    27      be transferred to state  operations  and/or  suballocated  to  other
    28      state agencies ... 4,400,000 ........................ (re. $199,000)
    29    For  services  and  expenses  of drug, violence, and crime control and
    30      prevention programs.
    31    Notwithstanding any provision of law this appropriation shall be allo-
    32      cated only pursuant to a plan setting  forth  an  itemized  list  of
    33      grantees  with the amount to be received by each, or the methodology
    34      for allocating such appropriation. Such plan shall be subject to the
    35      approval of the temporary president of the senate and  the  director
    36      of the budget and thereafter shall be included in a resolution call-
    37      ing  for  the  expenditure  of such monies, which resolution must be
    38      approved by a majority vote of all members  elected  to  the  senate
    39      upon a roll call vote ... 780,000 ................... (re. $119,000)
 
    40  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2012, as amended by chapter 53,
    41      section 1, of the laws of 2014:
    42    For  services  and  expenses  of drug, violence, and crime control and
    43      prevention programs in accordance with the following schedule:
    44    Bergin Basin Community Development Corporation .......................
    45      26,000 ................................................ (re. $3,000)
    46    Oneida District Attorney ... 45,000 .................... (re. $27,000)
 
    47  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2011:
    48    For services and expenses related to the federal Edward Byrne memorial
    49      justice assistance formula program, including enhanced  prosecution,

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                     AID TO LOCALITIES - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2016-17
 
     1      enhanced  defense,  local  law  enforcement programs, youth violence
     2      and/or  crime  reduction  programs,  crime  laboratories,   re-entry
     3      services,  and  judicial  diversion and alternative to incarceration
     4      programs.  Funds appropriated herein shall be expended pursuant to a
     5      plan developed by the commissioner of criminal justice services  and
     6      approved by the director of the budget. A portion of these funds may
     7      be  transferred  to  state  operations  and/or suballocated to other
     8      state agencies ... 9,775,000 ...................... (re. $3,400,000)
 
     9  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2011, as amended by chapter 53,
    10      section 1, of the laws of 2014:
    11    For services and expenses of drug,  violence  and  crime  control  and
    12      prevention programs in accordance with the following schedule:
    13    Jacob Riis Settlement House ... 20,000 .................. (re. $2,000)
    14    Nassau County Police Department ... 50,000 .............. (re. $4,000)
    15    Town of Riga Court A ... 5,000 .......................... (re. $5,000)
 
    16  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2011, as amended by chapter 53,
    17      section 1, of the laws of 2012:
    18    For  services  and  expenses  of drug, violence, and crime control and
    19      prevention programs in accordance with the following schedule:
    20    Auburn Police Department ... 15,000 .................... (re. $15,000)
    21    Bivona Child Advocacy Center ... 15,000 ................ (re. $15,000)
    22    Cayuga/Seneca Community Action Agency ... 10,000 ....... (re. $10,000)
    23    Cayuga Child Advocacy Center ... 15,000 ................ (re. $15,000)
    24    Chemung County Sheriff's Office ... 12,500 ............. (re. $12,500)
    25    City of Beacon Police Department ... 30,600 ............ (re. $30,600)
    26    City of Lockport Police Department ... 50,000 .......... (re. $50,000)
    27    City of Poughkeepsie Police Department ... 30,000 ...... (re. $30,000)
    28    City of Rome Police Department ... 15,000 .............. (re. $15,000)
    29    City of Utica Police Department ... 15,000 ............. (re. $15,000)
    30    Clinton County Department of Probation ... 20,000 ...... (re. $20,000)
    31    Columbia County Sheriff's Department ... 25,000 ........ (re. $25,000)
    32    CONFIDE Counseling and Consultation Center ... 25,000 .. (re. $25,000)
    33    District Attorney of Dutchess County ... 29,900 ........ (re. $29,900)
    34    Dutchess County Sheriff's Department ... 25,000 ........ (re. $25,000)
    35    Education and Assistance Corporation ... 100,000 ...... (re. $100,000)
    36    Essex County District Attorney ... 10,000 .............. (re. $10,000)
    37    Family Justice Center ... 70,000 ....................... (re. $70,000)
    38    Franklin County District Attorney ... 15,000 ........... (re. $15,000)
    39    Long Island Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence (LICADD) .......
    40      35,000 ............................................... (re. $35,000)
    41    Middle Country Central School District At Centereach - Town  of  Brook
    42      ... 50,000 ........................................... (re. $50,000)
    43    National Federation for Just Communities of Western New York, Incorpo-
    44      rated - First Time Last Time Program ... 55,000 ...... (re. $55,000)
    45    North Side Athletic and Education Center Incorporated ................
    46      40,000 ............................................... (re. $40,000)
    47    Oneida County Child Advocacy Center ... 5,000 ........... (re. $5,000)
    48    Parents for Megan's Law and The Crime Victims Center .................
    49      25,000 ............................................... (re. $25,000)

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                     AID TO LOCALITIES - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2016-17
 
     1    Safari Club International Western and Central New York Chapter, Incor-
     2      porated ... 15,000 ................................... (re. $15,000)
     3    Schuyler County Sheriff's Office ... 12,500 ............ (re. $12,500)
     4    Southern Tier Regional Drug Task Force ... 75,000 ...... (re. $75,000)
     5    Steuben County Sheriff's Office ... 12,500 ............. (re. $12,500)
     6    St. Lawrence County Sheriff's Department ... 5,000 ...... (re. $5,000)
     7    The Boys and Girls Club of Geneva ... 15,000 ........... (re. $15,000)
     8    Town of East Fishkill Police Department ... 30,000 ..... (re. $30,000)
     9    Town of Poughkeepsie Police Department ... 29,500 ...... (re. $29,500)
    10    Village of Boonville Police Department ... 5,000 ........ (re. $5,000)
    11    Village of Camden Police Department ... 5,000 ........... (re. $5,000)
    12    Warren County District Attorney ... 15,000 ............. (re. $15,000)
    13    Wayne County Action Program ... 10,000 ................. (re. $10,000)
    14    Webster Police Department ... 20,000 ................... (re. $20,000)
    15    Yates County Sheriff's Office ... 12,500 ............... (re. $12,500)
 
    16  By chapter 50, section 1, of the laws of 2010:
    17    For services and expenses related to the federal Edward Byrne memorial
    18      justice  assistance formula program, including enhanced prosecution,
    19      enhanced defense, local law  enforcement  programs,  youth  violence
    20      and/or   crime  reduction  programs,  crime  laboratories,  re-entry
    21      services, and judicial diversion and  alternative  to  incarceration
    22      programs.  Funds appropriated herein shall be expended pursuant to a
    23      plan developed by the commissioner of criminal justice services  and
    24      approved by the director of the budget. A portion of these funds may
    25      be  transferred  to  state  operations  and/or suballocated to other
    26      state agencies ... 9,775,000 ........................ (re. $500,000)
 
    27  By chapter 50, section 1, of the laws of 2010, as amended by chapter 53,
    28      section 1, of the laws of 2014:
    29    For services and expenses of drug, violence,  and  crime  control  and
    30      prevention programs in accordance with the following schedule:
    31    City of Newburgh Police Department ... 100,000 ........ (re. $100,000)
    32    City of Poughkeepsie Police Department ... 25,000 ...... (re. $25,000)
    33    City of Newburgh police ... 35,000 ...................... (re. $2,000)
    34    City of Yonkers Police Department ... 50,000 ............ (re. $2,000)
 
    35  By chapter 50, section 1, of the laws of 2009, as amended by chapter 50,
    36      section 1, of the laws of 2010:
    37    For services and expenses related to the federal Edward Byrne memorial
    38      justice  assistance formula program, including enhanced prosecution,
    39      enhanced defense, local law  enforcement  programs,  youth  violence
    40      and/or   crime  reduction  programs,  crime  laboratories,  re-entry
    41      services, and judicial diversion and  alternative  to  incarceration
    42      programs.  Funds appropriated herein shall be expended pursuant to a
    43      plan developed by the commissioner of criminal justice services  and
    44      approved by the director of the budget. A portion of these funds may
    45      be  transferred  to  state  operations  and/or suballocated to other
    46      state agencies ... 7,900,000 ...................... (re. $1,676,000)
 
    47  By chapter 50, section 1, of the laws of 2009, as amended by chapter 53,
    48      section 1, of the laws of 2012:

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                     AID TO LOCALITIES - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2016-17
 
     1    For services and expenses of drug, violence,  and  crime  control  and
     2      prevention programs in accordance with the following schedule:
     3    Kings County District Attorney - Mortgage Foreclosure Fraud Initiative
     4      ... 90,000 ........................................... (re. $15,000)
     5    Osborne Association Court Advocacy ... 221,000 .......... (re. $2,000)
 
     6  By chapter 50, section 1, of the laws of 2008, as amended by chapter 53,
     7      section 1, of the laws of 2014:
     8    For purposes of enhanced prosecution, enhanced defense, youth violence
     9      and/or  crime  reduction  programs,  crime laboratories and re-entry
    10      services associated with correctional facilities to  be  distributed
    11      in the same manner as a prior year or through a competitive process.
    12    For the grant period October 1, 2007 to September 30, 2008 ...........
    13      6,600,000 ........................................... (re. $255,000)
    14    For  services  and  expenses  of drug, violence, and crime control and
    15      prevention programs  in  accordance  with  the  following  schedule;
    16      provided  however  that  the remainder of the appropriation shall be
    17      allocated in the manner set forth in subdivision 5 of section 24  of
    18      the state finance law:
    19    For the grant period October 1, 2007 to September 30, 2008 ...........
    20      3,000,000 ........................................... (re. $512,000)
 
    21                         sub-schedule
 
    22  Bergen  Basin  Community Development Corp. -
    23    Operation Clean Slate ........................... 25,000
    24  Chinese-American  Planning   Council   Youth
    25    Training Program ................................ 59,000
    26  Elmcor Youth and Adult Activities Program ......... 42,000
    27  Friends  United  Block Association Anti-Gang
    28    Initiative ...................................... 25,000
    29  Greater Ridgewood Youth Council ................... 20,000
    30  Jacob Riis Settlement House ....................... 20,000
    31  Lower East Side Service Center .................... 76,000
    32  Ohel Children's Home & Family Services  Drug
    33    Prevention Program .............................. 76,000
    34  United  Jewish  Council  East Side Community
    35    Crime Prevention Program ........................ 68,000
    36  Utica City School District ........................ 49,000
    37  YMCA Greenpoint - Kids in Control ................. 98,000
    38                                              --------------
 
    39    Special Revenue Funds - Federal
    40    Federal Operating Grants Fund
    41    Edward Byrne Memorial Grant Account-03, unless otherwise indicated  as
    42      the Anti-Drug Abuse Secondary Account AA or CC:

    43  By  chapter 50, section 1, of the laws of 2006, as added by chapter 108,
    44      section 1, of the laws of 2006:
    45    For payment of federal anti-drug moneys pursuant to an allocation plan
    46      developed by the commissioner of the division  of  criminal  justice
    47      services  and  subject to the approval of the director of the budget

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                     AID TO LOCALITIES - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2016-17
 
     1      including suballocation to other state agencies in  accordance  with
     2      the following sub-schedule: ...   ...
     3    For the grant period October 1, 2005 to September 30, 2006 ...........
     4      6,000,000 ......................................... (re. $1,850,000)
 
     5  By chapter 50, section 1, of the laws of 2005:
     6    For  the  grant  period  October  1,  2004  to  September 30, 2005 for
     7      payments pursuant to an allocation plan developed by the commission-
     8      er of the division of criminal justice services and subject  to  the
     9      approval  of  the  director of the budget including suballocation to
    10      other state agencies, in accordance with the following  sub-schedule
    11      ... 12,250,000 .................................... (re. $1,000,000)
 
    12    Special Revenue Funds - Federal
    13    Federal Miscellaneous Operating Grants Fund
    14    Juvenile Accountability Incentive Block Grant Account
 
    15  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2014:
    16    For  payment  of  federal  aid  to  localities juvenile accountability
    17      incentive block grant moneys pursuant to an allocation  plan  devel-
    18      oped  by  the  commissioner  of  the  division  of  criminal justice
    19      services. A portion of these funds may be transferred to state oper-
    20      ations and may be suballocated to other state agencies .............
    21      1,750,000 ......................................... (re. $1,750,000)
 
    22  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2013:
    23    For payment of  federal  aid  to  localities  juvenile  accountability
    24      incentive  block  grant moneys pursuant to an allocation plan devel-
    25      oped by  the  commissioner  of  the  division  of  criminal  justice
    26      services. A portion of these funds may be transferred to state oper-
    27      ations and may be suballocated to other state agencies .............
    28      1,750,000 ......................................... (re. $1,465,000)
 
    29  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2012:
    30    For  payment  of  federal  aid  to  localities juvenile accountability
    31      incentive block grant moneys pursuant to an allocation  plan  devel-
    32      oped  by  the  commissioner  of  the  division  of  criminal justice
    33      services. A portion of these funds may be transferred to state oper-
    34      ations and may be suballocated to other state agencies .............
    35      1,750,000 ........................................... (re. $800,000)
 
    36    Special Revenue Funds - Federal
    37    Federal Miscellaneous Operating Grants Fund
    38    Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Formula Account - 25436
 
    39  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2015:
    40    For payment of federal aid to localities pursuant to the provisions of
    41      the federal juvenile  justice  and  delinquency  prevention  act  in
    42      accordance  with  a  distribution  plan  determined  by the juvenile
    43      justice advisory group and affirmed by the commissioner of the divi-
    44      sion of criminal justice services. A portion of these funds  may  be

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                     AID TO LOCALITIES - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2016-17
 
     1      transferred  to  state  operations  and may be suballocated to other
     2      state agencies (20213) ... 2,050,000 .............. (re. $2,050,000)
 
     3  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2014:
     4    For payment of federal aid to localities pursuant to the provisions of
     5      the  federal  juvenile  justice  and  delinquency  prevention act in
     6      accordance with a  distribution  plan  determined  by  the  juvenile
     7      justice advisory group and affirmed by the commissioner of the divi-
     8      sion  of  criminal justice services. A portion of these funds may be
     9      transferred to state operations and may  be  suballocated  to  other
    10      state agencies ... 2,050,000 ...................... (re. $2,050,000)
 
    11  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2013:
    12    For payment of federal aid to localities pursuant to the provisions of
    13      the  federal  juvenile  justice  and  delinquency  prevention act in
    14      accordance with a  distribution  plan  determined  by  the  juvenile
    15      justice advisory group and affirmed by the commissioner of the divi-
    16      sion  of  criminal justice services. A portion of these funds may be
    17      transferred to state operations and may  be  suballocated  to  other
    18      state agencies ... 2,050,000 ...................... (re. $2,050,000)
 
    19  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2012:
    20    For payment of federal aid to localities pursuant to the provisions of
    21      the  federal  juvenile  justice  and  delinquency  prevention act in
    22      accordance with a  distribution  plan  determined  by  the  juvenile
    23      justice advisory group and affirmed by the commissioner of the divi-
    24      sion  of  criminal justice services. A portion of these funds may be
    25      transferred to state operations and may  be  suballocated  to  other
    26      state agencies ... 2,050,000 ...................... (re. $1,846,000)
 
    27    Special Revenue Funds - Federal
    28    Federal Miscellaneous Operating Grants Fund
    29    Violence Against Women Account - 25477
 
    30  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2015:
    31    For  payment  of  federal aid to localities pursuant to an expenditure
    32      plan developed by the  commissioner  of  the  division  of  criminal
    33      justice  services,  provided  however  that  up to 10 percent of the
    34      amount herein appropriated may be used for program administration. A
    35      portion of these funds may be transferred to  state  operations  and
    36      may be suballocated to other state agencies (20216) ................
    37      6,500,000 ......................................... (re. $6,500,000)
 
    38  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2014:
    39    For  payment  of  federal aid to localities pursuant to an expenditure
    40      plan developed by the  commissioner  of  the  division  of  criminal
    41      justice  services,  provided  however  that  up to 10 percent of the
    42      amount herein appropriated may be used for  program  administration.
    43      A  portion of these funds may be transferred to state operations and
    44      may be suballocated to other state agencies ........................
    45      6,000,000 ......................................... (re. $4,230,000)

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                     AID TO LOCALITIES - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2016-17
 
     1  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2013:
     2    For  payment  of  federal aid to localities pursuant to an expenditure
     3      plan developed by the  commissioner  of  the  division  of  criminal
     4      justice  services,  provided  however  that  up to 10 percent of the
     5      amount herein appropriated may be used for  program  administration.
     6      A  portion of these funds may be transferred to state operations and
     7      may be suballocated to other state agencies ........................
     8      6,000,000 ........................................... (re. $897,000)
 
     9  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2011:
    10    For payment of federal aid to localities pursuant  to  an  expenditure
    11      plan  developed  by  the  commissioner  of  the division of criminal
    12      justice services, provided however that up  to  10  percent  of  the
    13      amount herein appropriated may be used for program administration. A
    14      portion  of  these  funds may be transferred to state operations and
    15      may be suballocated to other state agencies ........................
    16      6,500,000 ........................................... (re. $500,000)
 
    17  By chapter 50, section 1, of the laws of 2010:
    18    For payment of federal aid to localities pursuant  to  an  expenditure
    19      plan  developed  by  the  commissioner  of  the division of criminal
    20      justice services, provided however that up  to  10  percent  of  the
    21      amount herein appropriated may be used for program administration. A
    22      portion  of  these  funds may be transferred to state operations and
    23      may be suballocated to other state agencies ........................
    24      7,000,000 ......................................... (re. $1,030,000)
 
    25    Special Revenue Funds - Other
    26    Medical Marihuana Trust Fund
    27    MMF - Law Enforcement - 23753
 
    28  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2015:
    29    For a program of discretionary grants to state and local law  enforce-
    30      ment  agencies  that demonstrate a need relating to title 5-A of the
    31      public health law. A portion of these funds may  be  transferred  to
    32      state operations and may be suballocated to other state agencies ...
    33      200,000 ............................................. (re. $200,000)
 
    34    Special Revenue Funds - Other
    35    Miscellaneous Special Revenue Fund
    36    Crimes Against Revenue Program Account - 22015
 
    37  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2015:
    38    For  payment  to  district  attorneys  who  participate  in the crimes
    39      against revenue program to be distributed according to a plan devel-
    40      oped by  the  commissioner  of  the  division  of  criminal  justice
    41      services,  in  consultation  with  the  department  of  taxation and
    42      finance, and approved by the director of the budget (20235) ........
    43      14,300,000 ....................................... (re. $14,300,000)
 
    44  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2014:

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     1    For payment to  district  attorneys  who  participate  in  the  crimes
     2      against revenue program to be distributed according to a plan devel-
     3      oped  by  the  commissioner  of  the  division  of  criminal justice
     4      services, in  consultation  with  the  department  of  taxation  and
     5      finance, and approved by the director of the budget ................
     6      14,300,000 ....................................... (re. $11,950,000)
 
     7  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2013:
     8    For  payment  to  district  attorneys  who  participate  in the crimes
     9      against revenue program to be distributed according to a plan devel-
    10      oped by  the  commissioner  of  the  division  of  criminal  justice
    11      services,  in  consultation  with  the  department  of  taxation and
    12      finance, and approved by the director of the budget ................
    13      16,000,000 ........................................ (re. $2,950,000)
 
    14  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2012:
    15    For payment to  district  attorneys  who  participate  in  the  crimes
    16      against revenue program to be distributed according to a plan devel-
    17      oped  by  the  commissioner  of  the  division  of  criminal justice
    18      services, in  consultation  with  the  department  of  taxation  and
    19      finance, and approved by the director of the budget ................
    20      16,000,000 ........................................ (re. $2,650,000)
 
    21  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2011:
    22    For  payment  to  district  attorneys  who  participate  in the crimes
    23      against revenue program to be distributed according to a plan devel-
    24      oped by  the  commissioner  of  the  division  of  criminal  justice
    25      services,  in  consultation  with  the  department  of  taxation and
    26      finance, and approved by the director of the budget ................
    27      16,000,000 ........................................ (re. $1,750,000)
 
    28  By chapter 50, section 1, of the laws of 2010:
    29    For payment to  district  attorneys  who  participate  in  the  crimes
    30      against revenue program to be distributed according to a plan devel-
    31      oped  by  the  commissioner  of  the  division  of  criminal justice
    32      services, in consultation with the department of  tax  and  finance,
    33      and approved by the director of the budget .........................
    34      16,000,000 .......................................... (re. $600,000)
 
    35    Special Revenue Funds - Other
    36    Miscellaneous Special Revenue Fund
    37    Criminal Justice Improvement Account - 21945
 
    38  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2012:
    39    For  services  and expenses of programs that prevent domestic violence
    40      or aid victims of domestic violence:
    41    For services and expenses of programs that prevent  domestic  violence
    42      or  aid  the  victims  of  domestic  violence.  Notwithstanding  any
    43      provision of law this appropriation shall be allocated only pursuant
    44      to a plan setting forth an itemized list of grantees with the amount
    45      to be received by each,  or  the  methodology  for  allocating  such
    46      appropriation.  Such  plan  shall  be subject to the approval of the

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     1      temporary president of the senate and the director of the budget and
     2      thereafter shall be included in a resolution calling for the expend-
     3      iture of such monies, which resolution must be approved by a majori-
     4      ty  vote  of all members elected to the senate upon a roll call vote
     5      ... 609,000 ........................................... (re. $3,000)
     6    For services and expenses of:
     7    My Sisters' Place ... 41,109 ........................... (re. $20,000)
 
     8  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2011:
     9    For services and expenses of programs that prevent  domestic  violence
    10      or aid victims of domestic violence:
    11    For services and expenses of:
    12    My Sisters' Place ... 41,109 ............................ (re. $3,000)
 
    13  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2011, as amended by chapter 53,
    14      section 1, of the laws of 2012:
    15    For  services  and expenses of programs that prevent domestic violence
    16      or aid the victims of  domestic  violence  in  accordance  with  the
    17      following schedule:
    18    For Our Children and Us (FOCUS) ... 5,000 ............... (re. $5,000)
    19    YWCA's  Carolyn's  House  and  YWCA  Shelter  and Transitional Housing
    20      Program ... 50,000 .................................... (re. $2,000)
 
    21  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2011, as amended by chapter 53,
    22      section 1, of the laws of 2014:
    23    Victims Information Bureau of Suffolk (VIBS) .........................
    24      32,500 ................................................ (re. $2,000)
 
    25  By chapter 50, section 1, of the laws of 2009, as amended by chapter 53,
    26      section 1, of the laws of 2011:
    27    For services and expenses of programs that prevent  domestic  violence
    28      or  aid  the  victims  of  domestic  violence in accordance with the
    29      following schedule:
    30    Allen Women's Resource Center ... 100,000 ............... (re. $2,000)
 
    31  By chapter 50, section 1, of the laws of 2008:
    32    For services and expenses of programs that prevent  domestic  violence
    33      or  aid  the victims of domestic violence in the manner set forth in
    34      subdivision 5 of section 24 of the state finance law.
    35    For services and expenses of:
    36    For services and expenses of programs that prevent  domestic  violence
    37      or  aid  the victims of domestic violence in the manner set forth in
    38      subdivision 5 of section 24 of the state finance law ...............
    39      609,000 ............................................... (re. $8,000)
 
    40  By chapter 50, section 1, of the laws of 2007:
    41    For services and expenses of programs that prevent  domestic  violence
    42      or aid the victims of domestic violence.
    43    For services and expenses of:
    44    Advocacy Center of Tompkins County ... 6,000 ............ (re. $2,500)
    45    Domestic Violence Programs ... 272,200 .................. (re. $5,000)

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     1    Special Revenue Funds - Other
     2    Miscellaneous Special Revenue Fund
     3    Drug Enforcement Task Force Account
 
     4  By chapter 50, section 1, of the laws of 2008:
     5    For  distribution  to  the  state's  political  subdivisions  and  for
     6      services and expenses of the drug enforcement task forces.  Some  of
     7      these  funds  may  be transferred to state operations appropriations
     8      ... 392,000 ......................................... (re. $392,000)
 
     9    Special Revenue Funds - Other
    10    Miscellaneous Special Revenue Fund
    11    Legal Services Assistance Account - 22096
 
    12  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2015:
    13    For prosecutorial services of counties, to be distributed in the  same
    14      manner  as  the  prior year or through a competitive process (20241)
    15      ... 2,592,000 ..................................... (re. $1,975,000)
    16    For defense services to be distributed in the same manner as the prior
    17      year or through a competitive process (20246) ......................
    18      2,592,000 ......................................... (re. $2,592,000)
    19    For services and expenses of the district attorney and indigent  legal
    20      services attorney loan forgiveness program pursuant to section 679-e
    21      of  the education law. These funds may be suballocated to the higher
    22      education services corporation (20220) .............................
    23      2,430,000 ......................................... (re. $2,430,000)
    24    For payment to prisoner's legal services  for  services  and  expenses
    25      related  to  legal representation and assistance to indigent inmates
    26      (20979) ... 1,000,000 ............................... (re. $422,000)
    27    For payment to counties other than the city  of  New  York  for  costs
    28      associated with the provision of legal assistance and representation
    29      to  indigent parolees, thirty-one percent of this amount may be used
    30      for costs associated with the  provision  of  legal  assistance  and
    31      representation to indigent parolees in Wyoming county, not less than
    32      six percent of the remaining amount may be used for legal assistance
    33      and  representation to indigent parolees related to the Willard drug
    34      and alcohol treatment program (21014) ... 600,000 ... (re. $600,000)
    35    For additional payment to prisoners' legal services for  services  and
    36      expenses  related to legal representation and assistance to indigent
    37      inmates (39709) ... 1,200,000 ....................... (re. $900,000)
    38    For services, expenses or reimbursement of expenses incurred by  local
    39      government agencies and/or not-for-profit providers or their employ-
    40      ees  providing  civil  or criminal legal services in accordance with
    41      the following schedule:
    42    Albany County District Attorney (20293) ... 45,149 ..... (re. $45,149)
    43    Brooklyn Bar Association (20294) ... 49,574 ............ (re. $49,574)
    44    Caribbean Women's Health Association (20296) .........................
    45      22,574 ............................................... (re. $22,574)
    46    Center for Family Representation (20297) ... 112,872 .. (re. $112,872)
    47    Chemung County Neighborhood Legal Services (20298) ...................
    48      40,634 ............................................... (re. $40,634)
    49    City Bar Fund (20299) ... 22,574 ....................... (re. $22,574)

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     1    Day One New York (20300) ... 34,313 .................... (re. $34,313)
     2    Empire Justice Center (20301) ... 174,725 ............. (re. $174,725)
     3    Family and Children's Association (20302) ... 40,634 ... (re. $40,634)
     4    Frank H. Hiscock Legal Aid Society (20303) ... 22,574 .. (re. $22,574)
     5    Greenhope Services for Women (20304) ... 34,313 ........ (re. $34,313)
     6    Harlem Legal Services  (20305) ... 112,872 ............ (re. $112,872)
     7    Legal Aid Bureau of Buffalo (20306) ... 56,119 ......... (re. $56,119)
     8    Legal Aid Society of Mid New York (20307) ... 67,723 ... (re. $67,723)
     9    Legal Aid Society of Northeastern New York (20308) ...................
    10      49,663 ............................................... (re. $49,663)
    11    Legal Aid Society of Rochester (20335) ... 92,001 ...... (re. $92,001)
    12    Legal Aid Society of Rockland County (20309) .........................
    13      22,574 ............................................... (re. $22,574)
    14    Legal Information for Families Today (LIFT) (20310) ..................
    15      40,634 ............................................... (re. $40,634)
    16    Legal Project of the Cap. Dist. Women's Bar (20311) ..................
    17      85,782 ............................................... (re. $85,782)
    18    Legal Services for New York City (LSNY) (20312) ......................
    19      121,901 ............................................. (re. $121,901)
    20    Legal  Services  for  New York City (LSNY) - Brooklyn Conflicts Office
    21      (39742) ... 83,277 ................................... (re. $83,277)
    22    Legal Services of Central New York (20313) ... 13,545 .. (re. $13,545)
    23    Legal Services of the Hudson Valley (20314) ..........................
    24      151,667 ............................................. (re. $151,667)
    25    MFY Legal Services (20317) ... 45,149 .................. (re. $45,149)
    26    Monroe County Legal Assistance Center (20318) ........................
    27      36,119 ............................................... (re. $36,119)
    28    Nassau/Suffolk Law Services Committee, Inc. (20319) ..................
    29      49,663 ............................................... (re. $49,663)
    30    New York City Legal Aid (20321) ... 45,149 ............. (re. $45,149)
    31    New York City Legal Aid (20322) ... 270,892 ........... (re. $270,892)
    32    New York County District Attorney- Identity Theft Prosecution  (20323)
    33      ... 37,925 ........................................... (re. $37,925)
    34    Northern Manhattan Improvement Corp (20324) ..........................
    35      92,001 ............................................... (re. $92,001)
    36    Goddard Riverside Community Center (20373) ...........................
    37      131,267 ............................................. (re. $131,267)
    38    Osborne Association El Rio Program (20325) ... 37,022 .. (re. $28,000)
    39    Rural Law Center of New York (20326) ... 22,574 ........ (re. $22,574)
    40    Sanctuary for Families (20327) ... 225,743 ............ (re. $225,743)
    41    Southern Tier Legal Services (20328) ... 63,208 ........ (re. $63,208)
    42    Vera Institute of Justice (20329) ... 138,208 ......... (re. $138,208)
    43    Volunteers of Legal Service (VOLS) (20330) ... 40,634 .. (re. $40,634)
    44    Western New York Law Center (20331) ... 60,634 ......... (re. $60,634)
    45    Worker's Justice Law Center of New York, Inc.  (20332) ...............
    46      36,118 ............................................... (re. $36,118)

    47  The appropriation made by chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2015, is
    48      hereby amended and reappropriated to read:
    49    For  services  and  expenses  of  civil  or criminal domestic violence
    50      services or veterans civil or criminal legal services. Notwithstand-
    51      ing any provision of law this appropriation shall be allocated  only

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     1      pursuant  to  a plan setting forth an itemized list of grantees with
     2      the amount to be received by each, or the methodology for allocating
     3      such appropriation. Such plan shall be subject to  the  approval  of
     4      the temporary president of the senate and the director of the budget
     5      and  thereafter  shall  be  included in a resolution calling for the
     6      expenditure of such monies, which resolution must be approved  by  a
     7      majority  vote of all members elected to the senate upon a roll call
     8      vote (20982) .......................................................
     9      950,000 ............................................. (re. $950,000)
 
    10  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2014:
    11    For services and expenses of the district attorney and indigent  legal
    12      services attorney loan forgiveness program pursuant to section 679-e
    13      of  the education law. These funds may be suballocated to the higher
    14      education services corporation ... 2,430,000 ...... (re. $2,059,000)
    15    For payment to counties other than the city  of  New  York  for  costs
    16      associated with the provision of legal assistance and representation
    17      to  indigent parolees, thirty-one percent of this amount may be used
    18      for costs associated with the  provision  of  legal  assistance  and
    19      representation to indigent parolees in Wyoming county, not less than
    20      six percent of the remaining amount may be used for legal assistance
    21      and  representation to indigent parolees related to the Willard drug
    22      and alcohol treatment program ... 600,000 ........... (re. $487,000)
    23    For services and expenses  of  civil  or  criminal  domestic  violence
    24      services.  Notwithstanding  any  provision of law this appropriation
    25      shall be allocated only pursuant to a plan setting forth an itemized
    26      list of grantees with the amount to be  received  by  each,  or  the
    27      methodology  for  allocating  such appropriation. Such plan shall be
    28      subject to the approval of the temporary president of the senate and
    29      the director of the budget and thereafter shall  be  included  in  a
    30      resolution  calling for the expenditure of such monies, which resol-
    31      ution must be approved by a majority vote of all members elected  to
    32      the senate upon a roll call vote ... 950,000 ........ (re. $293,000)
    33    For  services, expenses or reimbursement of expenses incurred by local
    34      government agencies and/or not-for-profit providers or their employ-
    35      ees providing civil or criminal legal services  in  accordance  with
    36      the following schedule:
    37    Albany County District Attorney ... 45,149 ............. (re. $45,149)
    38    Brooklyn Bar Association ... 22,574 .................... (re. $12,000)
    39    Carribbean Women's Health Association ... 22,574 ....... (re. $11,000)
    40    City Bar Fund ... 22,574 ............................... (re. $12,000)
    41    Day One New York ... 34,313 ............................ (re. $11,000)
    42    Family and Children's Association ... 40,634 ........... (re. $10,000)
    43    Frank H. Hiscock Legal Aid Society ... 22,574 ........... (re. $7,000)
    44    Greenhope Service for Women ... 34,313 ................. (re. $24,000)
    45    Harlem Legal Services ... 112,872 ....................... (re. $5,000)
    46    Legal Aid Society of Rochester ... 92,001 ............... (re. $1,000)
    47    Legal Aid Society of Rockland County ... 22,574 ........ (re. $22,574)
    48    Legal Project of the Cap. Dist. Women's Bar ..........................
    49      85,782 ............................................... (re. $50,000)
    50    Legal Services of the Hudson Valley ... 76,667 ......... (re. $27,000)
    51    Monroe County Legal Assistance Center ... 36,119 ....... (re. $19,000)

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     1    Nassau/Suffolk Law Services Committee, Inc. ... 49,663 .. (re. 29,000)
     2    New York City Legal Aid ... 45,149 ..................... (re. $31,000)
     3    New York County District Attorney - Identity Theft Prosecution .......
     4      37,925 ............................................... (re. $18,000)
     5    Westside SRO Law Project ... 81,267 .................... (re. $81,267)
     6    Southern Tier Legal Services ... 63,208 ................ (re. $30,000)
     7    Volunteers of Legal Service (VOLS) ... 40,634 .......... (re. $31,000)
     8    Western New York Law Center ... 40,634 ................. (re. $30,000)
     9    Worker's Rights Law Center of New York, Inc. .........................
    10      36,119 ................................................ (re. $9,000)
 
    11  The appropriation made by chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2014, is
    12      hereby amended and reappropriated to read:
    13    Legal Aid [Socieyu] Society of Mid New York ..........................
    14      67,723 ............................................... (re. $34,000)
    15    Legal Aid [Socirty] Society of Northeastern New York .................
    16      49,663 ............................................... (re. $19,000)
 
    17  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2013:
    18    For  services  and  expenses  of  civil  or criminal domestic violence
    19      services. Notwithstanding any provision of  law  this  appropriation
    20      shall be allocated only pursuant to a plan setting forth an itemized
    21      list  of  grantees  with  the  amount to be received by each, or the
    22      methodology for allocating such appropriation. Such  plan  shall  be
    23      subject to the approval of the temporary president of the senate and
    24      the  director  of  the  budget and thereafter shall be included in a
    25      resolution calling for the expenditure of such monies, which  resol-
    26      ution  must be approved by a majority vote of all members elected to
    27      the senate upon a roll call vote ... 650,000 ......... (re. $17,000)
 
    28  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2013, as amended by chapter 53,
    29      section 1, of the laws of 2014:
    30    For services, expenses or reimbursement of expenses incurred by  local
    31      government agencies and/or not-for-profit providers or their employ-
    32      ees  providing  civil  or criminal legal services in accordance with
    33      the following schedule:
    34    Day One New York ... 33,567 ............................. (re. $1,000)
    35    Greenhope Services for Women ... 33,567 ................. (re. $3,000)
    36    New York City Legal Aid ... 44,167 ...................... (re. $8,000)
    37    Westside SRO Law Project ... 79,500 .................... (re. $79,500)
    38    Worker's Rights Law Center of New York, Inc. .........................
    39      35,333 ................................................ (re. $3,000)
 
    40  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2012, as amended by chapter 53,
    41      section 1, of the laws of 2014:
    42    For services and expenses  of  civil  or  criminal  domestic  violence
    43      services.  Notwithstanding  any  provision of law this appropriation
    44      shall be allocated only pursuant to a plan setting forth an itemized
    45      list of grantees with the amount to be  received  by  each,  or  the
    46      methodology  for  allocating  such appropriation. Such plan shall be
    47      subject to the approval of the temporary president of the senate and
    48      the director of the budget and thereafter shall  be  included  in  a

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     1      resolution  calling for the expenditure of such monies, which resol-
     2      ution must be approved by a majority vote of all members elected  to
     3      the senate upon a roll call vote ... 650,000 ......... (re. $34,000)
 
     4  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2011:
     5    For  services, expenses or reimbursement of expenses incurred by local
     6      government agencies and/or not-for-profit providers or their employ-
     7      ees providing civil or criminal legal services  in  accordance  with
     8      the following schedule:
     9    Greenhope Services for Women ... 36,556 ................. (re. $3,000)
 
    10  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2011, as amended by chapter 53,
    11      section 1, of the laws of 2012:
    12    For services and expenses of civil or criminal domestic violence legal
    13      services in accordance with the following schedule:
    14    For our Children and Us (FOCUS) ... 5,000 ............... (re. $5,000)
    15    SOS Shelter ... 20,000 .................................. (re. $6,000)
 
    16  By chapter 50, section 1, of the laws of 2010, as amended by chapter 53,
    17      section 1, of the laws of 2012:
    18    For services and expenses of:
    19    For  services, expenses or reimbursement of expenses incurred by local
    20      government agencies and/or not-for-profit providers or their employ-
    21      ees providing civil or criminal legal services  in  accordance  with
    22      the following schedule:
    23    New York Legal Assistance Group - Brooklyn Conflicts Office ..........
    24      122,850 ............................................. (re. $122,850)
    25    Legal Services of the Hudson Valley ... 49,500 .......... (re. $2,000)
    26    CASA of Westchester Mental Health ... 1,658 ............. (re. $1,600)
    27    Chautauqua County Legal services ... 7,212 .............. (re. $7,200)
    28    Medicare Rights Center ... 3,103 ........................ (re. $3,000)
    29    Research Foundation CUNY-Brookdale ... 3,317 ............ (re. $3,300)
 
    30  By chapter 50, section 1, of the laws of 2009, as amended by chapter 50,
    31      section 1, of the laws of 2010:
    32    Notwithstanding any law to the contrary, for payment of grants for the
    33      provision  of  civil legal services. These funds shall not be avail-
    34      able until a plan for their administration has been approved by  the
    35      director  of the budget, which plan provides for the distribution of
    36      these funds through existing  contracts  or  through  a  competitive
    37      process.  Amounts  appropriated herein may be transferred in full to
    38      any other state department or agency ... 432,000 ..... (re. $59,000)
 
    39  By chapter 50, section 1, of the laws of 2008:
    40    For recruitment  and  retention  of  district  attorneys  in  counties
    41      located  outside a city of a population of 1,000,000 or more persons
    42      to be distributed in accordance with a formula based upon the  popu-
    43      lation  of each county receiving a grant of a portion of such funds,
    44      provided that no county shall receive an award of less  than  $4,000
    45      ... 1,500,000 ....................................... (re. $550,000)

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     1  By chapter 50, section 1, of the laws of 2007, as amended by chapter 50,
     2      section 1, of the laws of 2008:
     3    For  prosecutorial services of counties, pursuant to chapter 56 of the
     4      laws of 2007 ... 2,500,000 ........................... (re. $50,000)
     5    For services and  expenses  related  to  the  district  attorney  loan
     6      forgiveness  program  and  the recruitment and retention of district
     7      attorneys, pursuant to the following sub-schedule:
 
     8                                sub-schedule
 
     9    For recruitment  and  retention  of  district  attorneys  in  counties
    10      located  outside a city of a population of 1,000,000 or more persons
    11      to be distributed in accordance with a formula based upon the  popu-
    12      lation  of each county receiving a grant of a portion of such funds,
    13      provided that no county shall receive an award of less  than  $4,000
    14      ... 1,500,000 ........................................ (re. $55,000)
 
    15  By chapter 50, section 1, of the laws of 2006, as amended by chapter 50,
    16      section 1, of the laws of 2007:
    17    For  services, expenses or reimbursement of expenses incurred by local
    18      government agencies and/or not-for-profit providers or their employ-
    19      ees providing civil or criminal legal services;  provided,  however,
    20      no  funds  shall be allocated from this amount until a memorandum of
    21      understanding is agreed to by the governor and the  majority  leader
    22      of the senate ... 3,000,000 ....................... (re. $3,000,000)
    23    For  services, expenses or reimbursement of expenses incurred by local
    24      government agencies and/or not-for-profit providers or their employ-
    25      ees providing civil or criminal  legal  services  according  to  the
    26      following:
    27    Caribbean Women's Health Association (CWHA) ... 25,000 .. (re. $5,000)
 
    28  By chapter 50, section 1, of the laws of 2004:
    29    Maintenance Undistributed
    30    For  services, expenses or reimbursement of expenses incurred by local
    31      government agencies and/or not-for-profit providers or their employ-
    32      ees providing civil or criminal legal services .....................
    33      6,000,000 ......................................... (re. $5,653,000)
 
    34    Special Revenue Funds - Other
    35    State Police Motor Vehicle  Law  Enforcement  and  Motor
    36      Vehicle Theft and Insurance Fraud Prevention Fund
    37    Motor Vehicle Theft and Insurance Fraud Account - 22801
 
    38  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2015:
    39    For  services  and  expenses  associated  with  local  anti-auto theft
    40      programs, in accordance with section 89-d of the state finance  law,
    41      distributed through a competitive process (20235) ..................
    42      3,749,000 ......................................... (re. $3,749,000)
 
    43  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2014:
    44    For  services  and  expenses  associated  with  local  anti-auto theft
    45      programs, in accordance with section 89-d of the state finance  law,

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                     AID TO LOCALITIES - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2016-17
 
     1      distributed through a competitive process ..........................
     2      3,749,000 ......................................... (re. $2,325,000)

     3  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2013:
     4    For  services  and  expenses  associated  with  local  anti-auto theft
     5      programs, in accordance with section 89-d of the state finance  law,
     6      distributed through a competitive process ..........................
     7      3,749,000 ........................................... (re. $290,000)
 
     8  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2012:
     9    For  services  and  expenses  associated  with  local  anti-auto theft
    10      programs, in accordance with section 89-d of the state finance  law,
    11      distributed through a competitive process ..........................
    12      3,749,000 ........................................... (re. $115,000)
 
    13  By chapter 50, section 1, of the laws of 2009:
 
    14    Maintenance Undistributed
 
    15    For  services and expenses or for contracts with municipalities and/or
    16      private not-for-profit agencies for the amounts herein provided:
 
    17    General Fund
    18    Community Projects Fund - 007
    19    Account EE
 
    20    CHEMUNG COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT ... 5,000 ........... (re. $5,000)
    21    EAST FISHKILL POLICE DEPARTMENT ... 8,000 ............... (re. $8,000)
    22    TOWN OF AMHERST JUSTICE CENTER ... 35,000 .............. (re. $35,000)
 
    23  By chapter 50, section 1, of the laws of 2008, as amended by chapter 53,
    24      section 1, of the laws of 2012:
 
    25    Maintenance Undistributed
 
    26    For services and expenses or for contracts with municipalities  and/or
    27      private not-for-profit agencies for the amounts herein provided:
 
    28    General Fund
    29    Community Projects Fund - 007
    30    Account AA
 
    31    61st Precinct Community Council ... 2,000 ............... (re. $2,000)
    32    62nd Precinct - Auxiliary Unit ... 2,000 ................ (re. $2,000)
    33    62nd Precinct Community Council ... 2,000 ............... (re. $2,000)
    34    68th Precinct Auxiliary ... 2,000 ....................... (re. $2,000)
    35    68th Precinct Explorers ... 2,500 ....................... (re. $2,500)
    36    American Red Cross of Suffolk County ... 10,000 ........ (re. $10,000)
    37    Family Services ... 44,550 ............................. (re. $44,550)
    38    Greece, Town of ... 12,500 ............................. (re. $12,500)

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     1    Irondequoit Police Department ... 5,000 ................. (re. $5,000)
     2    Lions Club of Johnson City, Inc ... 15,000 ............. (re. $15,000)
     3    Montgomery County Probation Department ... 25,000 ...... (re. $25,000)
     4    Nassau County Police Department ... 25,000 ............. (re. $25,000)
     5    Orange County Sheriff's Department ... 20,000 .......... (re. $20,000)
     6    Police Columbia Association of Westchester, Inc. .....................
     7      2,500 ................................................. (re. $2,500)
     8    Rockland County Office of the District Attorney ......................
     9      100,000 ............................................. (re. $100,000)
    10    Rotterdam Police Department ... 7,500 ................... (re. $7,500)
    11    Safari  Club  International Western and Central New York Chapter, Inc.
    12      ... 35,000 ........................................... (re. $35,000)
    13    Saugerties, Village of ... 10,000 ...................... (re. $10,000)
    14    Suffolk County District Attorney's ... 55,000 .......... (re. $55,000)
    15    Troy Police Benevolent and Protective Association, Inc ...............
    16      40,000 ............................................... (re. $40,000)
    17    Valley Stream Auxiliary Police ... 3,000 ................ (re. $3,000)
    18    Wallkill, Town of ... 70,000 ........................... (re. $70,000)
 
    19    General Fund
    20    Community Projects Fund - 007
    21    Account BB
 
    22    City of Syracuse Police Department ... 15,000 .......... (re. $15,000)
    23    Van Nest Community Association ... 2,500 ................ (re. $2,500)
    24    Waterbury-Lasalle Community Association ... 2,500 ....... (re. $2,500)
 
    25    General Fund
    26    Community Projects Fund - 007
    27    Account EE
 
    28    DUTCHESS COUNTY SHERIFF ... 4,000 ....................... (re. $4,000)
    29    ORLEANS COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT ... 1,500 ........... (re. $1,500)
    30    SCHENECTADY POLICE DEPARTMENT ... 5,000 ................. (re. $5,000)
    31    SCHUYLER COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT ... 11,500 ........ (re. $11,500)
    32    VILLAGE OF HAMBURG POLICE DEPARTMENT ... 5,000 .......... (re. $5,000)
 
    33  By chapter 50, section 1, of the laws of 2007, as amended by chapter 53,
    34      section 1, of the laws of 2012:
 
    35    Maintenance Undistributed
 
    36    For services and expenses or for contracts with municipalities  and/or
    37      private not-for-profit agencies for the amounts herein provided:
 
    38    General Fund
    39    Community Projects Fund - 007
    40    Account AA
 
    41    68th Precinct Auxiliary ... 2,000 ....................... (re. $2,000)
    42    Canandaigua, City of ... 15,000 ........................ (re. $15,000)
    43    Chester, Town of Police Department ... 25,000 .......... (re. $25,000)

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                     AID TO LOCALITIES - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2016-17

     1    Columbia County Sheriff ... 33,735 ..................... (re. $33,735)
     2    Copake Town Court ... 6,000 ............................. (re. $6,000)
     3    Genesee County Sheriff's Department ... 50,000 ......... (re. $50,000)
     4    Montgomery County District Attorney's Office ... 4,000 .. (re. $4,000)
     5    Mothers Against Drunk Driving ... 5,000 ................. (re. $5,000)
     6    New York Association of Hostage Negotiators, Inc. ....................
     7      5,000 ................................................. (re. $5,000)
     8    NYC Dept. of Correction ... 1,500 ....................... (re. $1,500)
     9    Onondaga County Bar Association ... 58,500 ............. (re. $58,500)
    10    Orange County ... 25,000 ............................... (re. $25,000)
    11    Safari Club International ... 50,000 ................... (re. $50,000)
    12    Schenectady County District Attorney's Office ........................
    13      25,000 ............................................... (re. $25,000)
 
    14    General Fund
    15    Community Projects Fund - 007
    16    Account BB
 
    17    A.L.E.R.T. ... 30,000 .................................. (re. $30,000)
    18    Van Nest Community Association ... 2,500 ................ (re. $2,500)
    19    Williamsburg Safety Patrol ... 20,500 .................. (re. $20,500)
 
    20    General Fund
    21    Community Projects Fund - 007
    22    Account EE
 
    23    DUTCHESS COUNTY SHERIFF ... 6,000 ....................... (re. $6,000)
    24    MILLBROOK POLICE DEPARTMENT ... 3,148 ................... (re. $3,148)
    25    ORLEANS COUNTY SHERIFF ... 5,000 ........................ (re. $5,000)
    26    SCHUYLER COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT ... 10,000 ........ (re. $10,000)
    27    VICTIMS INFORMATION BUREAU OF SERVICES ... 2,500 ........ (re. $2,500)
    28    VILLAGE OF FISHKILL POLICE DEPARTMENT ... 5,000 ......... (re. $5,000)
    29    VILLAGE OF FLORIDA POLICE DEPARTMENT ... 4,524 .......... (re. $4,524)
    30    WALLKILL POLICE DEPARTMENT ... 4,524 .................... (re. $4,524)
    31    YONKERS POLICE CAPTAINS, LIEUTENANT & SERGEANTS ASSOCIATION ..........
    32      2,500 ................................................. (re. $2,500)
 
    33  By chapter 50, section 1, of the laws of 2002, as amended by chapter 50,
    34      section 1, of the laws of 2007:
 
    35    Maintenance Undistributed
 
    36    For  services and expenses or for contracts with municipalities and/or
    37      private not-for-profit agencies for the amounts herein provided:
 
    38    General Fund
    39    Community Projects Fund - 007
    40    Account AA
 
    41    Lyell Area Revitalization Committee ... 25,000 ......... (re. $25,000)
    42    Putnam County Youth Court ... 2,500 ..................... (re. $2,500)
    43    Town of Monroe - State Police Barracks ... 50,000 ...... (re. $50,000)

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                     AID TO LOCALITIES - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2016-17
 
     1    Tree Streets Neighborhood Watch ... 5,000 ............... (re. $5,000)
     2    Valley Stream Auxiliary Police ... 3,000 ................ (re. $3,000)
 
     3    General Fund
     4    Community Projects Fund - 007
     5    Account EE
 
     6    17th Precinct ... 5,000 ................................. (re. $5,000)
     7    19th Precinct ... 5,000 ................................. (re. $5,000)
 
     8  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2000, as amended by chapter 50,
     9      section 1, of the laws of 2007:
 
    10    Maintenance Undistributed
 
    11    General Fund
    12    Community Projects Fund - 007
    13    Account AA

    14    For  services and expenses, grants in aid, or for contracts with muni-
    15      cipalities and/or private not-for-profit agencies. The funds  appro-
    16      priated  hereby  may  be  suballocated  to any department, agency or
    17      public authority ... 2,000,000 .................... (re. $2,000,000)
 
    18    Maintenance Undistributed
 
    19    For services and expenses or for contracts with municipalities  and/or
    20      private not-for-profit agencies for the amounts herein provided:
 
    21    General Fund
    22    Community Projects Fund - 007
    23    Account AA
 
    24    Schenectady Police Department ... 5,000 ................. (re. $5,000)
    25    Village of Medina Police Department ... 7,500 ........... (re. $7,500)
 
    26    Maintenance Undistributed
 
    27    General Fund
    28    Community Projects Fund - 007
    29    Account CC
 
    30    For  services  and  expenses,  grants  in  aid,  or for contracts with
    31      certain municipalities and/or  not-for-profit  agencies.  The  funds
    32      appropriated hereby may be suballocated to any department, agency or
    33      public authority ... 2,000,000 ...................... (re. $977,324)
 
    34    Maintenance Undistributed
 
    35    For  services and expenses or for contracts with municipalities and/or
    36      private not-for-profit agencies for the amounts herein provided:

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                     AID TO LOCALITIES - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2016-17
 
     1    General Fund
     2    Community Projects Fund - 007
     3    Account EE
 
     4    Niskayuna Youth Court ... 3,500 ......................... (re. $3,500)
 
     5  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 1999, as amended by chapter 50,
     6      section 1, of the laws of 2007:

     7    Maintenance Undistributed
 
     8    General Fund
     9    Community Projects Fund - 007
    10    Account AA
 
    11    For  services and expenses, grants in aid, or for contracts with muni-
    12      cipalities and/or private not-for-profit agencies. The funds  appro-
    13      priated  hereby  may  be  suballocated  to any department, agency or
    14      public authority ... 2,000,000 .................... (re. $2,000,000)
 
    15    Maintenance Undistributed
 
    16    For services and expenses or for contracts with municipalities  and/or
    17      private not-for-profit agencies for the amounts herein provided:
 
    18    General Fund
    19    Community Projects Fund - 007
    20    Account EE
 
    21    Amherst Domestic Violence Task Force ... 10,000 ........ (re. $10,000)
    22    Columbia County Sheriff's Department ... 3,000 .......... (re. $3,000)
    23    Island Park Fire Department ... 5,000 ................... (re. $5,000)
    24    Rockland County Police Academy ... 5,000 ................ (re. $5,000)
 
    25  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 1998, as amended by chapter 50,
    26      section 1, of the laws of 2002:
 
    27    Maintenance Undistributed
 
    28    For  services and expenses or for contracts with municipalities and/or
    29      private not-for-profit agencies for the amounts herein provided:
 
    30    General Fund
    31    Community Projects Fund - 007
    32    Account EE
 
    33    Orange County Sheriff's Department ... 10,000 .......... (re. $10,000)
    34    Amherst First Offender Reversion Program ... 20,000 .... (re. $20,000)
    35    Town of Plattekill Police Department ... 5,000 .......... (re. $5,000)

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                           DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
 
                               AID TO LOCALITIES   2016-17

     1  For payment according to the following schedule:
 
     2                                          APPROPRIATIONS  REAPPROPRIATIONS
 
     3    General Fund .......................      54,556,000       220,124,000
     4    Special Revenue funds - Federal ....       8,000,000         8,536,000
     5    Special Revenue funds - Other ......               0         1,812,000
     6                                        ----------------  ----------------
     7      All Funds ........................      62,556,000       230,472,000
     8                                        ================  ================
 
     9                                  SCHEDULE
 
    10  HIGH TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM ..................................... 43,336,000
    11                                                            --------------
 
    12    General Fund
    13    Local Assistance Account - 10000
 
    14  For  services  and  expenses  related to the
    15    operation of  the  centers  of  excellence
    16    pursuant  to a plan approved by the direc-
    17    tor of the budget. All or portions of  the
    18    funds  appropriated hereby may be suballo-
    19    cated or transferred  to  any  department,
    20    agency, or public authority (21427) .......... 8,723,330
 
    21                Project Schedule
    22  PROJECT                               AMOUNT
    23  --------------------------------------------
    24  For   services   and  expenses
    25    related to the operation  of
    26    the Buffalo center of excel-
    27    lence  in bioinformatics and
    28    life sciences .................... 872,333
    29  For  services   and   expenses
    30    related  to the operation of
    31    the Greater Rochester center
    32    of excellence  in  photonics
    33    and microsystems ................. 872,333
    34  For   services   and  expenses
    35    related to the operation  of
    36    the   Syracuse   center   of
    37    excellence in  environmental
    38    and energy systems ............... 872,333
    39  For   services   and  expenses
    40    related to the operation  of
    41    the  Albany center of excel-
    42    lence in nanoelectronics ......... 872,333
    43  For  services   and   expenses
    44    related  to the operation of
    45    the Stony  Brook  center  of

                                           132                        12653-10-6
 
                           DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
 
                               AID TO LOCALITIES   2016-17
 
     1    excellence  in  wireless and
     2    information technology ........... 872,333
     3  For   services   and  expenses
     4    related to the operation  of
     5    the   Binghamton  center  of
     6    excellence  in  small  scale
     7    systems    integration   and
     8    packaging ........................ 872,333
     9  For  services   and   expenses
    10    related  to the operation of
    11    the Stony  Brook  center  of
    12    excellence in advanced ener-
    13    gy research ...................... 872,333
    14  For   services   and  expenses
    15    related to the operation  of
    16    the Buffalo center of excel-
    17    lence in materials informat-
    18    ics .............................. 872,333
    19  For   services   and  expenses
    20    related to the operation  of
    21    the   Rochester   center  of
    22    excellence  in   sustainable
    23    manufacturing .................... 872,333
    24  For   services   and  expenses
    25    related to the operation  of
    26    the   Rochester   center  of
    27    excellence in data science ....... 872,333
    28                                --------------
    29      Total ........................ 8,723,330
    30                                ==============
 
    31  For additional services and expenses related
    32    to the operation of the centers of  excel-
    33    lence  pursuant  to a plan approved by the
    34    director of the budget ....................... 1,276,670
 
    35                       Project Schedule
    36  PROJECT                                             AMOUNT
    37  ----------------------------------------------------------
    38  For services and  expenses  related  to  the
    39    operation  of the Buffalo center of excel-
    40    lence in bioinformatics and life sciences ...... 127,667
    41  For services and  expenses  related  to  the
    42    operation  of the Greater Rochester center
    43    of excellence in photonics  and  microsys-
    44    tems ........................................... 127,667
    45  For  services  and  expenses  related to the
    46    operation of the Syracuse center of excel-
    47    lence in environmental and energy systems ...... 127,667
    48  For services and  expenses  related  to  the
    49    operation  of  the Albany center of excel-
    50    lence in nanoelectronics ....................... 127,667

                                           133                        12653-10-6
 
                           DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
 
                               AID TO LOCALITIES   2016-17
 
     1  For services and  expenses  related  to  the
     2    operation  of  the  Stony  Brook center of
     3    excellence  in  wireless  and  information
     4    technology ..................................... 127,667
     5  For services and  expenses  related  to  the
     6    operation  of  the  Binghamton  center  of
     7    excellence in small  scale  systems  inte-
     8    gration and packaging .......................... 127,667
     9  For  services  and  expenses  related to the
    10    operation of the  Stony  Brook  center  of
    11    excellence in advanced energy research ......... 127,667
    12  For  services  and  expenses  related to the
    13    operation of the Buffalo center of  excel-
    14    lence in materials informatics ................. 127,667
    15  For  services  and  expenses  related to the
    16    operation  of  the  Rochester  center   of
    17    excellence in sustainable manufacturing ........ 127,667
    18  For  services  and  expenses  related to the
    19    operation  of  the  Rochester  center   of
    20    excellence in data science ..................... 127,667
    21                                              --------------
    22    Total ........................................ 1,276,670
    23                                              --------------
 
    24  For  services  and  expenses  related to the
    25    operation of the Albany center  of  excel-
    26    lence  in  atmospheric  and  environmental
    27    prediction and innovation ...................... 250,000
    28  For services and  expenses  related  to  the
    29    following:  centers for advanced technolo-
    30    gy,  for  matching  grants  to  designated
    31    centers  for advanced technology, pursuant
    32    to subdivision 3 of section 3102-b of  the
    33    public  authorities  law.  Notwithstanding
    34    any provision  of  law  to  the  contrary,
    35    funds  may  also  be  used for initiatives
    36    related to the operation  and  development
    37    of the centers of excellence or other high
    38    technology  centers.  No  funds  shall  be
    39    expended from this appropriation until the
    40    director of  the  budget  has  approved  a
    41    spending plan (21426) ....................... 13,818,000
    42  Technology development organization matching
    43    grants,  to  be  awarded  on a competitive
    44    basis in accordance with the provisions of
    45    section 3102-d of the  public  authorities
    46    law.   Notwithstanding   any  inconsistent
    47    provision of  law,  the  director  of  the
    48    budget  may  suballocate  up  to  the full
    49    amount  of  this  appropriation   to   any
    50    department,  agency or authority. No funds
    51    shall be expended from this  appropriation

                                           134                        12653-10-6
 
                           DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
 
                               AID TO LOCALITIES   2016-17
 
     1    until  the  director  of  the  budget  has
     2    approved a spending plan (21441) ............. 1,382,000
     3  Industrial   technology  extension  service.
     4    Notwithstanding any inconsistent provision
     5    of law, the director  of  the  budget  may
     6    suballocate  up to the full amount of this
     7    appropriation to any department, agency or
     8    authority. No funds shall be expended from
     9    this appropriation until the  director  of
    10    the  budget  has  approved a spending plan
    11    (21435) ........................................ 921,000
    12  For services and  expenses  related  to  the
    13    operation  of  the SUNY Polytechnic Insti-
    14    tute Colleges  of  Nanoscale  Science  and
    15    Engineering  focus  center  and Rensselaer
    16    Polytechnic  Institute  focus  center.  No
    17    funds  shall  be expended from this appro-
    18    priation until the director of the  budget
    19    has approved a spending plan (21434) ......... 3,006,000
    20  High  technology  matching  grants  program,
    21    including the  security  through  advanced
    22    research and technology (START) initiative
    23    to  leverage  resources  from  federal  or
    24    private sources including but not  limited
    25    to  the national science foundation, busi-
    26    nesses, industry consortiums, foundations,
    27    and other organizations for efforts  asso-
    28    ciated   with   high  technology  economic
    29    development,  including  the  payment   of
    30    liabilities  incurred  prior  to  April 1,
    31    2016. All or portions of the funds  appro-
    32    priated  hereby  may  be  suballocated  or
    33    transferred to any department, agency,  or
    34    public   authority.   No  funds  shall  be
    35    expended from this appropriation until the
    36    director of  the  budget  has  approved  a
    37    spending plan (21438) ........................ 6,000,000
    38  For   services   and  expenses,  loans,  and
    39    grants, related to the  operation  of  New
    40    York  state  innovation  hot spots and New
    41    York state incubators. All or portions  of
    42    the   funds  appropriated  hereby  may  be
    43    suballocated or transferred to any depart-
    44    ment, agency, or public authority (21685) .... 5,000,000
    45  For services and expenses of Rockland  Inde-
    46    pendent Living Center ........................... 30,000
    47  For  services  and  Expenses  of  Interfaith
    48    Council for Action, Inc ......................... 75,000
    49  For services and  expenses  of  the  Merrick
    50    Chamber of Commerce ............................. 40,000
    51  For  services and expenses of the Chautauqua
    52    County Chamber of Commerce ...................... 40,000

                                           135                        12653-10-6
 
                           DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
 
                               AID TO LOCALITIES   2016-17
 
     1  For services and expenses of the Cattaraugus
     2    County Chamber of Commerce ...................... 40,000
     3  For  services and expenses of the NCAA Divi-
     4    sion  I  Men's  Basketball  Tournament  at
     5    Buffalo ......................................... 75,000
     6  For I Love NY local bus tour promotions .......... 100,000
     7  For  services  and  expenses  of  the Finger
     8    Lakes Tourism Alliance ......................... 100,000
     9  For services and expenses of the  Chautauqua
    10    County  Professional  Golfers' Association
    11    of America (PGA) promotions .................... 150,000
    12  For services  and  expenses  of  a  regional
    13    economic  gardening program. Money will be
    14    used to contract with  regional  nonprofit
    15    economic  development  entities to develop
    16    pilot programs that will stimulate invest-
    17    ment in the  state  economy  by  providing
    18    technical  assistance  for expanding busi-
    19    nesses in the  Finger  Lakes  region.  The
    20    economic  development  entity must be able
    21    to  demonstrate  it  has  the  ability  to
    22    implement   the   pilot  program,  has  an
    23    outreach plan,  and  has  the  ability  to
    24    provide  counseling  services,  access  to
    25    technology  and   information,   marketing
    26    services  and  advice, business management
    27    support and other similar services ............. 200,000
    28  For  additional  local   tourism   promotion
    29    matching  grants program pursuant to arti-
    30    cle 5-A of the economic development law ........ 500,000
    31  For three digital gaming hubs to  be  desig-
    32    nated  pursuant  to proposals submitted to
    33    the  department  from   higher   education
    34    institutions  offering  degree programs in
    35    game design or game programming .............. 1,000,000
    36  For additional services and expenses of  the
    37    technology development organization match-
    38    ing grants, to be awarded on a competitive
    39    basis in accordance with the provisions of
    40    section  3102-d  of the public authorities
    41    law.  Notwithstanding   any   inconsistent
    42    provision  of  law,  the  director  of the
    43    budget may  suballocate  up  to  the  full
    44    amount   of   this  appropriation  to  any
    45    department, agency or authority. No  funds
    46    shall  be expended from this appropriation
    47    until  the  director  of  the  budget  has
    48    approved a spending plan ....................... 609,000
    49                                              --------------
 
    50  MARKETING AND ADVERTISING PROGRAM ............................ 9,407,000
    51                                                            --------------

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     1    General Fund
     2    Local Assistance Account - 10000
 
     3  For   a  local  tourism  promotion  matching
     4    grants program pursuant to article 5-A  of
     5    the economic development law (21417) ......... 3,815,000
     6  For   operation  of  a  gateway  information
     7    center at Beekmantown, New York (21421) ........ 196,000
     8  For  operation  of  a  gateway   information
     9    center at Binghamton, New York (21422) ... ..... 196,000
    10  For   services   and  expenses,  loans,  and
    11    grants, related to  the  market  New  York
    12    program,  including  but  not  limited to,
    13    marketing  and  advertising   to   promote
    14    regional  attractions  in the state of New
    15    York. All or portions of the funds  appro-
    16    priated  hereby  may  be  suballocated  or
    17    transferred to any department, agency,  or
    18    public authority (21680) ..................... 5,000,000
    19  For  services  and  expenses  of  the Queens
    20    Economic Development Corporation  .............. 100,000
    21  For services and expenses of the Long Island
    22    Farm Bureau for tourism promotion ............... 50,000
    23  For services and expenses of the Long Island
    24    Wine Council for tourism promotion .............. 50,000
    25                                              --------------
 
    26  RESEARCH DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM ................................... 343,000
    27                                                            --------------
 
    28    General Fund
    29    Local Assistance Account - 10000
 
    30  For the science and  technology  law  center
    31    program (81027) ................................ 343,000
    32                                              --------------

    33  TRAINING AND BUSINESS ASSISTANCE PROGRAM ..................... 9,470,000
    34                                                            --------------
 
    35    General Fund
    36    Local Assistance Account - 10000
 
    37  For  services and expenses of state matching
    38    funds for the federal manufacturing exten-
    39    sion partnership program.
    40  Notwithstanding any  inconsistent  provision
    41    of  law,  the  director  of the budget may
    42    suballocate up to the full amount of  this
    43    appropriation to any department, agency or
    44    authority. No funds shall be expended from
    45    this  appropriation  until the director of

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     1    the budget has approved  a  spending  plan
     2    (81053) ...................................... 1,470,000
     3                                              --------------
     4      Program account subtotal ................... 1,470,000
     5                                              --------------
 
     6    Special Revenue Funds - Federal
     7    Federal Miscellaneous Operating Grants Fund
     8    Manufacturing Extension Partnership Program Account - 25517
 
     9  Notwithstanding  any  inconsistent provision
    10    of law, the director  of  the  budget  may
    11    suballocate  up to the full amount of this
    12    appropriation to any department, agency or
    13    authority (81052) ............................ 8,000,000
    14                                              --------------
    15      Program account subtotal ................... 8,000,000
    16                                              --------------

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                     AID TO LOCALITIES - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2016-17
 
     1  HIGH TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM
 
     2    General Fund
     3    Local Assistance Account - 10000
 
     4  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2015:
     5    For  services  and expenses related to the operation of the centers of
     6      excellence pursuant to a plan approved by the director of the  budg-
     7      et. All or portions of the funds appropriated hereby may be suballo-
     8      cated  or transferred to any department, agency, or public authority
     9      (21427) ... 8,723,330 ............................. (re. $8,723,330)
 
    10                Project Schedule
    11  PROJECT                               AMOUNT
    12  --------------------------------------------
    13  For  services   and   expenses
    14    related  to the operation of
    15    the Buffalo center of excel-
    16    lence in bioinformatics  and
    17    life sciences .................... 872,333
    18  For   services   and  expenses
    19    related to the operation  of
    20    the Greater Rochester center
    21    of  excellence  in photonics
    22    and microsystems ................. 872,333
    23  For  services   and   expenses
    24    related  to the operation of
    25    the   Syracuse   center   of
    26    excellence  in environmental
    27    and energy systems ............... 872,333
    28  For  services   and   expenses
    29    related  to the operation of
    30    the Albany center of  excel-
    31    lence in nanoelectronics ......... 872,333
    32  For   services   and  expenses
    33    related to the operation  of
    34    the  Stony  Brook  center of
    35    excellence in  wireless  and
    36    information technology ........... 872,333
    37  For   services   and  expenses
    38    related to the operation  of
    39    the   Binghamton  center  of
    40    excellence  in  small  scale
    41    systems    integration   and
    42    packaging ........................ 872,333
    43  For  services   and   expenses
    44    related  to the operation of
    45    the Stony  Brook  center  of
    46    excellence in advanced ener-
    47    gy research ...................... 872,333

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                     AID TO LOCALITIES - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2016-17
 
     1  For   services   and  expenses
     2    related to the operation  of
     3    the Buffalo center of excel-
     4    lence in materials informat-
     5    ics .............................. 872,333
     6  For   services   and  expenses
     7    related to the operation  of
     8    the   Rochester   center  of
     9    excellence  in   sustainable
    10    manufacturing .................... 872,333
    11  For   services   and  expenses
    12    related to the operation  of
    13    the   Rochester   center  of
    14    excellence in data science ....... 872,333
    15                                --------------
    16      Total ........................ 8,723,330
    17                                ==============
 
    18    For additional services and expenses related to the operation  of  the
    19      centers of excellence pursuant to a plan approved by the director of
    20      the budget (21677) ... 1,276,670 .................. (re. $1,276,670)
 
    21                Project Schedule
    22  PROJECT                               AMOUNT
    23  --------------------------------------------
    24  For   services   and  expenses
    25    related to the operation  of
    26    the Buffalo center of excel-
    27    lence in bioinformatics  and
    28    life sciences .................... 127,667
    29  For   services   and  expenses
    30    related to the operation  of
    31    the Greater Rochester center
    32    of  excellence  in photonics
    33    and microsystems ................. 127,667
    34  For  services   and   expenses
    35    related  to the operation of
    36    the   Syracuse   center   of
    37    excellence  in environmental
    38    and energy systems ............... 127,667
    39  For  services   and   expenses
    40    related  to the operation of
    41    the Albany center of  excel-
    42    lence in nanoelectronics ......... 127,667
    43  For   services   and  expenses
    44    related to the operation  of
    45    the  Stony  Brook  center of
    46    excellence in  wireless  and
    47    information technology ........... 127,667
    48  For   services   and  expenses
    49    related to the operation  of

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                     AID TO LOCALITIES - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2016-17
 
     1    the   Binghamton  center  of
     2    excellence  in  small  scale
     3    systems    integration   and
     4    packaging ........................ 127,667
     5  For  services   and   expenses
     6    related  to the operation of
     7    the Stony  Brook  center  of
     8    excellence in advanced ener-
     9    gy research ...................... 127,667
    10  For   services   and  expenses
    11    related to the operation  of
    12    the Buffalo center of excel-
    13    lence in materials informat-
    14    ics .............................. 127,667
    15  For   services   and  expenses
    16    related to the operation  of
    17    the   Rochester   center  of
    18    excellence  in   sustainable
    19    manufacturing .................... 127,667
    20  For   services   and  expenses
    21    related to the operation  of
    22    the   Rochester   center  of
    23    excellence in data science ....... 127,667
    24                                --------------
    25      Total ........................ 1,276,670
    26                                ==============
 
    27    For services and  expenses  related  to  the  following:  centers  for
    28      advanced  technology,  for matching grants to designated centers for
    29      advanced technology, pursuant to subdivision 3 of section 3102-b  of
    30      the  public authorities law. Notwithstanding any provision of law to
    31      the contrary, funds may also be used for initiatives related to  the
    32      operation and development of the centers of excellence or other high
    33      technology  centers.  No funds shall be expended from this appropri-
    34      ation until the director of the budget has approved a spending  plan
    35      (21426) ... 13,818,000 ........................... (re. $13,818,000)
    36    Technology  development organization matching grants, to be awarded on
    37      a competitive basis in accordance with  the  provisions  of  section
    38      3102-d of the public authorities law. Notwithstanding any inconsist-
    39      ent  provision of law, the director of the budget may suballocate up
    40      to the full amount of this appropriation to any  department,  agency
    41      or  authority.  No  funds  shall be expended from this appropriation
    42      until the director of  the  budget  has  approved  a  spending  plan
    43      (21441) ... 1,382,000 ............................. (re. $1,357,000)
    44    Industrial  technology  extension  service. Notwithstanding any incon-
    45      sistent provision of law, the director of the budget may suballocate
    46      up to the full amount of this appropriation to any department, agen-
    47      cy or authority. No funds shall be expended from this  appropriation
    48      until  the  director  of  the  budget  has  approved a spending plan
    49      (21435) ... 921,000 ................................. (re. $838,000)
    50    For services and expenses related to the operation of the  SUNY  Poly-
    51      technic  Institute  Colleges  of  Nanoscale  Science and Engineering

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     1      focus center and Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute focus  center.  No
     2      funds  shall  be expended from this appropriation until the director
     3      of the budget has approved a spending plan (21434) .................
     4      3,006,000 ......................................... (re. $3,006,000)
     5    High  technology  matching  grants  program,  including  the  security
     6      through advanced  research  and  technology  (START)  initiative  to
     7      leverage resources from federal or private sources including but not
     8      limited  to  the  national  science foundation, businesses, industry
     9      consortiums, foundations, and other organizations for efforts  asso-
    10      ciated  with  high  technology  economic  development, including the
    11      payment of liabilities incurred prior  to  April  1,  2015.  All  or
    12      portions  of  the  funds  appropriated hereby may be suballocated or
    13      transferred to any department, agency, or public authority. No funds
    14      shall be expended from this appropriation until the director of  the
    15      budget has approved a spending plan (21438) ........................
    16      4,606,000 ......................................... (re. $4,606,000)
    17    For services and expenses, loans, and grants, related to the operation
    18      of  New  York  state innovation hot spots and New York state incuba-
    19      tors. All or portions of the funds appropriated hereby may be subal-
    20      located or transferred to any department, agency, or public authori-
    21      ty (21685) ... 5,000,000 .......................... (re. $5,000,000)
    22    For additional services and expenses of the centers for advanced tech-
    23      nology (21678) ... 500,000 .......................... (re. $500,000)
    24    For additional services and expenses, loans and grants  for  New  York
    25      state incubators (21679) ... 1,000,000 ............ (re. $1,000,000)
    26    For  services  and  expenses  related  to  the operation of the Albany
    27      center of excellence in atmospheric and environmental prediction and
    28      innovation (21681) ... 250,000 ...................... (re. $250,000)
    29    Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Smart  Lighting  Systems  Engineering
    30      Research  Center. The amount provided herein shall be made available
    31      upon receipt of federal matching funds for this purpose (21437) ....
    32      600,000 ............................................. (re. $600,000)
 
    33  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2014:
    34    For services and expenses related to the operation of the  centers  of
    35      excellence  pursuant to a plan approved by the director of the budg-
    36      et. All or portions of the funds appropriated hereby may be suballo-
    37      cated or transferred to any department, agency, or public  authority
    38      ... 8,723,330 ..................................... (re. $8,262,000)
 
    39                Project Schedule
    40  PROJECT                               AMOUNT
    41  --------------------------------------------
    42  For   services   and  expenses
    43    related to the operation  of
    44    the Buffalo center of excel-
    45    lence  in bioinformatics and
    46    life sciences .................... 872,333
    47  For  services   and   expenses
    48    related  to the operation of
    49    the Greater Rochester center

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                     AID TO LOCALITIES - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2016-17
 
     1    of excellence  in  photonics
     2    and microsystems ................. 872,333
     3  For   services   and  expenses
     4    related to the operation  of
     5    the   Syracuse   center   of
     6    excellence in  environmental
     7    and energy systems ............... 872,333
     8  For   services   and  expenses
     9    related to the operation  of
    10    the  Albany center of excel-
    11    lence in nanoelectronics ......... 872,333
    12  For  services   and   expenses
    13    related  to the operation of
    14    the Stony  Brook  center  of
    15    excellence  in  wireless and
    16    information technology ........... 872,333
    17  For  services   and   expenses
    18    related  to the operation of
    19    the  Binghamton  center   of
    20    excellence  in  small  scale
    21    systems   integration    and
    22    packaging ........................ 872,333
    23  For   services   and  expenses
    24    related to the operation  of
    25    the  Stony  Brook  center of
    26    excellence in advanced ener-
    27    gy research ...................... 872,333
    28  For  services   and   expenses
    29    related  to the operation of
    30    the Buffalo center of excel-
    31    lence in materials informat-
    32    ics .............................. 872,333
    33  For  services   and   expenses
    34    related  to the operation of
    35    the  Rochester   center   of
    36    excellence   in  sustainable
    37    manufacturing .................... 872,333
    38  For  services   and   expenses
    39    related  to the operation of
    40    the  Rochester   center   of
    41    excellence in data science ....... 872,333
    42                                --------------
    43      Total ........................ 8,723,330
    44                                ==============
 
    45    For  services  and  expenses  related  to  the  following: centers for
    46      advanced technology, for matching grants to designated  centers  for
    47      advanced  technology, pursuant to subdivision 3 of section 3102-b of
    48      the public authorities law. Notwithstanding any provision of law  to
    49      the  contrary, funds may also be used for initiatives related to the
    50      operation and development of the centers of excellence or other high
    51      technology centers. No funds shall be expended from  this  appropri-

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                     AID TO LOCALITIES - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2016-17
 
     1      ation  until the director of the budget has approved a spending plan
     2      ... 13,818,000 .................................... (re. $9,426,000)
     3    Technology  development organization matching grants, to be awarded on
     4      a competitive basis in accordance with  the  provisions  of  section
     5      3102-d of the public authorities law. Notwithstanding any inconsist-
     6      ent  provision of law, the director of the budget may suballocate up
     7      to the full amount of this appropriation to any  department,  agency
     8      or  authority.  No  funds  shall be expended from this appropriation
     9      until the director of the budget has approved a  spending  plan  ...
    10      1,382,000 ........................................... (re. $172,000)
    11    Industrial  technology  extension  service. Notwithstanding any incon-
    12      sistent provision of law, the director of the budget may suballocate
    13      up to the full amount of this appropriation to any department, agen-
    14      cy or authority. No funds shall be expended from this  appropriation
    15      until the director of the budget has approved a spending plan ......
    16      921,000 .............................................. (re. $91,000)
    17    High  technology  matching  grants  program,  including  the  security
    18      through advanced  research  and  technology  (START)  initiative  to
    19      leverage resources from federal or private sources including but not
    20      limited  to  the  national  science foundation, businesses, industry
    21      consortiums, foundations, and other organizations for efforts  asso-
    22      ciated  with  high  technology  economic  development, including the
    23      payment of liabilities incurred prior to April  1,  2014.  No  funds
    24      shall  be expended from this appropriation until the director of the
    25      budget has approved a spending plan ................................
    26      4,606,000 ......................................... (re. $4,606,000)
    27    For services and expenses, loans, and grants, related to the operation
    28      of New York state innovation hot spots and New  York  state  incuba-
    29      tors. All or portions of the funds appropriated hereby may be subal-
    30      located or transferred to any department, agency, or public authori-
    31      ty ... 3,750,000 .................................. (re. $3,750,000)
    32    For  three  digital gaming hubs to be designated pursuant to proposals
    33      submitted to  the  department  from  higher  education  institutions
    34      offering degree programs in game design or game programming ........
    35      500,000 ............................................. (re. $500,000)
    36    Rensselaer  Polytechnic  Institute  Smart Lighting Systems Engineering
    37      Research Center. The amount provided herein shall be made  available
    38      upon receipt of federal matching funds for this purpose ............
    39      600,000 ............................................. (re. $600,000)
 
    40  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2014, as amended by chapter 53,
    41      section 1, of the laws of 2015:
    42    For  services  and expenses related to the operation of the SUNY Poly-
    43      technic Institute Colleges  of  Nanoscale  Science  and  Engineering
    44      focus  center  and Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute focus center. No
    45      funds shall be expended from this appropriation until  the  director
    46      of the budget has approved a spending plan .........................
    47      3,006,000 ......................................... (re. $3,006,000)
    48    For  services  and expenses related to the institute for semiconductor
    49      research corporation (SRC) center for advanced interconnect  systems
    50      technologies  (CAIST), including the payment of liabilities incurred
    51      prior to April 1, 2014, at The SUNY Polytechnic  Institute  Colleges

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                     AID TO LOCALITIES - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2016-17
 
     1      of  Nanoscale  Science  and  Engineering (CNSE), with its autonomous
     2      operating status as recognized and approved by  the  SUNY  Board  of
     3      Trustees in resolution number 2008-165 ... 713,000 .. (re. $713,000)
     4    For services and expenses related to the Institute for Nanoelectronics
     5      Discovery  and Exploration (INDEX) at The SUNY Polytechnic Institute
     6      Colleges of Nanoscale  Science  and  Engineering  (CNSE),  with  its
     7      autonomous  operating  status as recognized and approved by the SUNY
     8      Board of Trustees in resolution number 2008-165 ....................
     9      775,000 ............................................. (re. $775,000)
 
    10  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2013:
    11    For services and expenses related to the operation of the  centers  of
    12      excellence  pursuant to a plan approved by the director of the budg-
    13      et. All or portions of the funds appropriated hereby may be suballo-
    14      cated or transferred to any department, agency, or public  authority
    15      ... 5,234,000 ..................................... (re. $5,234,000)
 
    16                Project Schedule
    17  PROJECT                               AMOUNT
    18  --------------------------------------------
    19  For   services   and  expenses
    20    related to the operation  of
    21    the   Buffalo   centers   of
    22    excellence in bioinformatics
    23    and life sciences and  mate-
    24    rials informatics ................ 872,333
    25  For   services   and  expenses
    26    related to the operation  of
    27    the Greater Rochester center
    28    of  excellence  in photonics
    29    and microsystems ................. 872,333
    30  For  services   and   expenses
    31    related  to the operation of
    32    the   Syracuse   center   of
    33    excellence  in environmental
    34    and energy systems ............... 872,333
    35  For  services   and   expenses
    36    related  to the operation of
    37    the Albany center of  excel-
    38    lence in nanoelectronics ......... 872,333
    39  For   services   and  expenses
    40    related to the operation  of
    41    the  Stony  Brook centers of
    42    excellence in  wireless  and
    43    information  technology  and
    44    advanced energy research ......... 872,333
    45  For  services   and   expenses
    46    related  to the operation of
    47    the  Binghamton  Center   of
    48    Excellence  in  small  scale
    49    systems   integration    and
    50    packaging ........................ 872,333

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                           DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
 
                     AID TO LOCALITIES - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2016-17
 
     1                                --------------
     2      Total ........................ 5,234,000
     3                                ==============
 
     4    For  services and expenses related to the operation of the Stony Brook
     5      center of excellence in advanced energy research ...................
     6      500,000 ............................................. (re. $500,000)
     7    For services and expenses related to  the  operation  of  the  Buffalo
     8      center of excellence in materials informatics ......................
     9      500,000 ............................................. (re. $500,000)
    10    For  services  and  expenses related to the operation of the Rochester
    11      center of excellence in sustainable manufacturing ..................
    12      500,000 ............................................. (re. $500,000)
    13    For services and expenses related  to  the  SUNY  Fredonia  Technology
    14      Incubator ... 100,000 ............................... (re. $100,000)
    15    For  services  and  expenses  related  to  the  following: centers for
    16      advanced technology, for matching grants to designated  centers  for
    17      advanced  technology, pursuant to subdivision 3 of section 3102-b of
    18      the public authorities law. Notwithstanding any provision of law  to
    19      the  contrary, funds may also be used for initiatives related to the
    20      operation and development of the centers of excellence or other high
    21      technology centers. No funds shall be expended from  this  appropri-
    22      ation  until the director of the budget has approved a spending plan
    23      ... 13,818,000 .................................... (re. $7,229,000)
    24    Technology development organization matching grants, to be awarded  on
    25      a  competitive  basis  in  accordance with the provisions of section
    26      3102-d of the public authorities law. Notwithstanding any inconsist-
    27      ent provision of law, the director of the budget may suballocate  up
    28      to  the  full amount of this appropriation to any department, agency
    29      or authority. No funds shall be  expended  from  this  appropriation
    30      until the director of the budget has approved a spending plan ......
    31      1,382,000 ............................................ (re. $10,000)
    32    Industrial  technology  extension  service. Notwithstanding any incon-
    33      sistent provision of law, the director of the budget may suballocate
    34      up to the full amount of this appropriation to any department, agen-
    35      cy or authority. No funds shall be expended from this  appropriation
    36      until the director of the budget has approved a spending plan ......
    37      921,000 ............................................... (re. $2,000)
    38    Focus  center  - New York. No funds shall be expended from this appro-
    39      priation until the director of the budget has  approved  a  spending
    40      plan ... 3,006,000 ................................ (re. $3,006,000)
    41    High  technology  matching  grants  program,  including  the  security
    42      through advanced  research  and  technology  (START)  initiative  to
    43      leverage resources from federal or private sources including but not
    44      limited  to  the  national  science foundation, businesses, industry
    45      consortiums, foundations, and other organizations for efforts  asso-
    46      ciated  with  high  technology  economic  development, including the
    47      payment of liabilities incurred prior to April  1,  2013.  No  funds
    48      shall  be expended from this appropriation until the director of the
    49      budget has approved a spending plan ................................
    50      4,606,000 ......................................... (re. $4,606,000)

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     1    Cornell university/NSF  materials  research  science  and  engineering
     2      center. No funds shall be expended from this appropriation until the
     3      director of the budget has approved a spending plan ................
     4      392,000 ............................................. (re. $392,000)
     5    Rensselaer  Polytechnic  Institute  Smart Lighting Systems Engineering
     6      Research Center. No funds shall be expended from this  appropriation
     7      until the director of the budget has approved a spending plan ......
     8      500,000 ............................................. (re. $500,000)
     9    For services and expenses, loans, and grants, related to the operation
    10      of  New  York  state innovation hot spots and New York state incuba-
    11      tors. All or portions of the funds appropriated hereby may be subal-
    12      located or transferred to any department, agency, or public authori-
    13      ty ... 1,250,000 .................................. (re. $1,250,000)
 
    14  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2013, as amended by chapter 53,
    15      section 1, of the laws of 2015:
    16    For services and expenses related to the institute  for  semiconductor
    17      research  corporation (SRC) center for advanced interconnect systems
    18      technologies (CAIST), including the payment of liabilities  incurred
    19      prior  to  April 1, 2013, at The SUNY Polytechnic Institute Colleges
    20      of Nanoscale Science and Engineering  (CNSE),  with  its  autonomous
    21      operating  status  as  recognized  and approved by the SUNY Board of
    22      Trustees in resolution number 2008-165 ... 713,000 .. (re. $713,000)
    23    For services and expenses related to the Institute for Nanoelectronics
    24      Discovery and Exploration (INDEX) at The SUNY Polytechnic  Institute
    25      Colleges  of  Nanoscale  Science  and  Engineering  (CNSE), with its
    26      autonomous operating status as recognized and approved by  the  SUNY
    27      Board of Trustees in resolution number 2008-165 ....................
    28      775,000 ............................................. (re. $775,000)
 
    29  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2012:
    30    For  services  and expenses related to the operation of the centers of
    31      excellence pursuant to a plan approved by the director of the  budg-
    32      et. All or portions of the funds appropriated hereby may be suballo-
    33      cated  or transferred to any department, agency, or public authority
    34      ... 5,234,000 ..................................... (re. $5,234,000)
 
    35                Project Schedule
    36  PROJECT                               AMOUNT
    37  --------------------------------------------
    38  For  services   and   expenses
    39    related  to the operation of
    40    the   Buffalo   centers   of
    41    excellence in bioinformatics
    42    and  life sciences and mate-
    43    rials informatics ................ 872,333
    44  For  services   and   expenses
    45    related  to the operation of
    46    the Greater Rochester center
    47    of excellence  in  photonics
    48    and microsystems ................. 872,333

                                           147                        12653-10-6
 
                           DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
 
                     AID TO LOCALITIES - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2016-17
 
     1  For   services   and  expenses
     2    related to the operation  of
     3    the   Syracuse   center   of
     4    excellence  in environmental
     5    and energy systems ............... 872,333
     6  For  services   and   expenses
     7    related  to the operation of
     8    the Albany center of  excel-
     9    lence in nanoelectronics ......... 872,333
    10  For   services   and  expenses
    11    related to the operation  of
    12    the  Stony  Brook centers of
    13    excellence in  wireless  and
    14    information  technology  and
    15    advanced energy research ......... 872,333
    16  For  services   and   expenses
    17    related  to the operation of
    18    the  Binghamton  Center   of
    19    Excellence  in  small  scale
    20    systems   integration    and
    21    packaging ........................ 872,333
    22                                --------------
    23      Total ........................ 5,234,000
    24                                ==============
 
    25    For  services and expenses related to the operation of the Stony Brook
    26      center of excellence in advanced energy research ...................
    27      500,000 ............................................. (re. $500,000)
    28    For services and  expenses  related  to  the  following:  centers  for
    29      advanced  technology,  for matching grants to designated centers for
    30      advanced technology, pursuant to subdivision 3 of section 3102-b  of
    31      the  public authorities law. Notwithstanding any provision of law to
    32      the contrary, funds may also be used for initiatives related to  the
    33      operation and development of the centers of excellence or other high
    34      technology  centers.  No funds shall be expended from this appropri-
    35      ation until the director of the budget has approved a spending  plan
    36      ... 13,818,000 .................................... (re. $2,482,000)
    37    Technology  development organization matching grants, to be awarded on
    38      a competitive basis in accordance with  the  provisions  of  section
    39      3102-d of the public authorities law. Notwithstanding any inconsist-
    40      ent  provision of law, the director of the budget may suballocate up
    41      to the full amount of this appropriation to any  department,  agency
    42      or  authority.  No  funds  shall be expended from this appropriation
    43      until the director of the budget has approved a spending plan ......
    44      1,382,000 ............................................ (re. $44,000)
    45    Industrial technology extension service.  Notwithstanding  any  incon-
    46      sistent provision of law, the director of the budget may suballocate
    47      up to the full amount of this appropriation to any department, agen-
    48      cy  or authority. No funds shall be expended from this appropriation
    49      until the director of the budget has approved a spending plan ......
    50      921,000 .............................................. (re. $16,000)

                                           148                        12653-10-6
 
                           DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
 
                     AID TO LOCALITIES - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2016-17
 
     1    Focus center - New York. No funds shall be expended from  this  appro-
     2      priation  until  the  director of the budget has approved a spending
     3      plan ... 3,006,000 ................................ (re. $3,006,000)
     4    High  technology  matching  grants  program,  including  the  security
     5      through advanced  research  and  technology  (START)  initiative  to
     6      leverage resources from federal or private sources including but not
     7      limited  to  the  national  science foundation, businesses, industry
     8      consortiums, foundations, and other organizations for efforts  asso-
     9      ciated  with  high  technology  economic  development, including the
    10      payment of liabilities incurred prior to April  1,  2012.  No  funds
    11      shall  be expended from this appropriation until the director of the
    12      budget has approved a spending plan ................................
    13      4,606,000 ......................................... (re. $4,606,000)
    14    Columbia university/NSF materials  research  science  and  engineering
    15      center. No funds shall be expended from this appropriation until the
    16      director of the budget has approved a spending plan ................
    17      245,000 ............................................. (re. $245,000)
 
    18  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2012, as amended by chapter 53,
    19      section 1, of the laws of 2015:
    20    For  services  and expenses related to the institute for semiconductor
    21      research corporation (SRC) center for advanced interconnect  systems
    22      technologies  (CAIST), including the payment of liabilities incurred
    23      prior to April 1, 2012, at The SUNY Polytechnic  Institute  Colleges
    24      of  Nanoscale  Science  and  Engineering (CNSE), with its autonomous
    25      operating status as recognized and approved by  the  SUNY  Board  of
    26      Trustees in resolution number 2008-165 ... 713,000 .. (re. $713,000)
    27    For services and expenses related to the Institute for Nanoelectronics
    28      Discovery  and Exploration (INDEX) at The SUNY Polytechnic Institute
    29      Colleges of Nanoscale  Science  and  Engineering  (CNSE),  with  its
    30      autonomous  operating  status as recognized and approved by the SUNY
    31      Board of Trustees in resolution number 2008-165 ....................
    32      775,000 ............................................. (re. $775,000)
 
    33  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2011:
    34    For services and expenses related to the operation of the  centers  of
    35      excellence  pursuant to a plan approved by the director of the budg-
    36      et. All or portions of the funds appropriated hereby may be suballo-
    37      cated or transferred to any department, agency, or public  authority
    38      ... 5,233,998 ..................................... (re. $3,489,000)
 
    39                Project Schedule
    40  PROJECT                               AMOUNT
    41  --------------------------------------------
    42  For   services   and  expenses
    43    related to the operation  of
    44    the Buffalo center of excel-
    45    lence  in bioinformatics and
    46    life sciences .................... 872,333
    47  For  services   and   expenses
    48    related  to the operation of
    49    the Greater Rochester center

                                           149                        12653-10-6
 
                           DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
 
                     AID TO LOCALITIES - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2016-17
 
     1    of excellence  in  photonics
     2    and microsystems ................. 872,333
     3  For   services   and  expenses
     4    related to the operation  of
     5    the   Syracuse   center   of
     6    excellence in  environmental
     7    and energy systems ............... 872,333
     8  For   services   and  expenses
     9    related to the operation  of
    10    the  Albany center of excel-
    11    lence in nanoelectronics ......... 872,333
    12  For  services   and   expenses
    13    related  to the operation of
    14    the Stony  Brook  center  of
    15    excellence  in  wireless and
    16    information technology ........... 872,333
    17  For  services   and   expenses
    18    related  to the operation of
    19    the  Binghamton  Center   of
    20    Excellence  in  small  scale
    21    systems   integration    and
    22    packaging ........................ 872,333
    23                                --------------
    24      Total ........................ 5,233,998
    25                                ==============
 
    26    For  services  and  expenses  related  to  the  following: centers for
    27      advanced technology, for matching grants to designated  centers  for
    28      advanced  technology, pursuant to subdivision 3 of section 3102-b of
    29      the public authorities law. Notwithstanding any provision of law  to
    30      the  contrary, funds may also be used for initiatives related to the
    31      operation and development of the centers of excellence or other high
    32      technology centers. No funds shall be expended from  this  appropri-
    33      ation  until the director of the budget has approved a spending plan
    34      ... 13,818,000 .................................... (re. $1,115,000)
    35    Technology development organization matching grants, to be awarded  on
    36      a  competitive  basis  in  accordance with the provisions of section
    37      3102-d of the public authorities law. Notwithstanding any inconsist-
    38      ent provision of law, the director of the budget may suballocate  up
    39      to  the  full amount of this appropriation to any department, agency
    40      or authority. No funds shall be  expended  from  this  appropriation
    41      until the director of the budget has approved a spending plan ......
    42      1,382,000 ............................................. (re. $2,000)
    43    Industrial  technology  extension  service. Notwithstanding any incon-
    44      sistent provision of law, the director of the budget may suballocate
    45      up to the full amount of this appropriation to any department, agen-
    46      cy or authority. No funds shall be expended from this  appropriation
    47      until the director of the budget has approved a spending plan ......
    48      921,000 .............................................. (re. $29,000)
    49    Focus  center  - New York. No funds shall be expended from this appro-
    50      priation until the director of the budget has  approved  a  spending
    51      plan ... 3,006,000 ................................ (re. $1,773,000)

                                           150                        12653-10-6
 
                           DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

                     AID TO LOCALITIES - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2016-17
 
     1    High  technology  matching  grants  program,  including  the  security
     2      through advanced  research  and  technology  (START)  initiative  to
     3      leverage resources from federal or private sources including but not
     4      limited  to  the  national  science foundation, businesses, industry
     5      consortiums,  foundations, and other organizations for efforts asso-
     6      ciated with high  technology  economic  development,  including  the
     7      payment  of  liabilities  incurred  prior to April 1, 2011. No funds
     8      shall be expended from this appropriation until the director of  the
     9      budget has approved a spending plan ................................
    10      4,606,000 ......................................... (re. $4,606,000)
    11    Cornell  university/NSF  nanobiotechnology. No funds shall be expended
    12      from this  appropriation  until  the  director  of  the  budget  has
    13      approved a spending plan ... 294,000 ................ (re. $294,000)
    14    Cornell  university/NSF  nanoscale science and engineering center.  No
    15      funds shall be expended from this appropriation until  the  director
    16      of the budget has approved a spending plan .........................
    17      490,000 .............................................. (re. $34,000)
    18    Columbia  university/NSF  materials  research  science and engineering
    19      center. No funds shall be expended from this appropriation until the
    20      director of the budget has approved a spending plan ................
    21      245,000 ............................................. (re. $245,000)
    22    SUNY  Albany  semiconductor  research  corporation   (SRC)center   for
    23      advanced  interconnect  systems  technologies (CAIST), including the
    24      payment of liabilities incurred prior to April  1,  2011.  No  funds
    25      shall  be expended from this appropriation until the director of the
    26      budget has approved a spending plan ... 690,000 ..... (re. $271,000)
    27    University at  Albany  Institute  for  Nanoelectronics  Discovery  and
    28      Exploration  (INDEX). No funds shall be expended from this appropri-
    29      ation until the director of the budget has approved a spending  plan
    30      ... 750,000 ......................................... (re. $361,000)
    31    Stony  Brook  University  Semiconductor High-Energy Radiation project.
    32      No funds shall be expended from this appropriation until the  direc-
    33      tor of the budget has approved a spending plan .....................
    34      250,000 ............................................. (re. $250,000)
 
    35  By chapter 55, section 1, of the laws of 2010, as transferred by chapter
    36      53, section 1, of the laws of 2011:
    37    Innovation  economy matching grants program to be awarded on a compet-
    38      itive basis to leverage resources from federal or  private  sources,
    39      including but not limited to, the national science foundation, busi-
    40      nesses,  industry  consortiums, foundations, and other organizations
    41      for efforts associated with high technology  research  and  economic
    42      development,  including the payment of liabilities incurred prior to
    43      April 1, 2010. Notwithstanding any inconsistent  provision  of  law,
    44      the  director of the budget may suballocate up to the full amount of
    45      this appropriation to any department, agency or authority. No  funds
    46      shall  be expended from this appropriation until the director of the
    47      budget has approved a spending plan submitted by the foundation  for
    48      science, technology and innovation in such detail as the director of
    49      the  budget may require. Copies of the plan shall be provided to the
    50      Senate Finance and Assembly Ways and Means .........................
    51      29,500,000 ....................................... (re. $14,690,000)

                                           151                        12653-10-6
 
                           DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
 
                     AID TO LOCALITIES - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2016-17
 
     1    For services and expenses related to the operation of the  centers  of
     2      excellence  pursuant to a plan approved by the director of the budg-
     3      et. All or portions of the funds appropriated hereby may be suballo-
     4      cated or transferred to any department, agency, or public  authority
     5      ... 5,234,000 ..................................... (re. $1,745,000)

     6                Project Schedule
     7  PROJECT                               AMOUNT
     8  --------------------------------------------
     9  For   services   and  expenses
    10    related to the operation  of
    11    the Buffalo center of excel-
    12    lence  in bioinformatics and
    13    life sciences .................... 872,333
    14  For  services   and   expenses
    15    related  to the operation of
    16    the Greater Rochester center
    17    of excellence  in  photonics
    18    and microsystems ................. 872,333
    19  For   services   and  expenses
    20    related to the operation  of
    21    the   Syracuse   center   of
    22    excellence in  environmental
    23    and energy systems ............... 872,333
    24  For   services   and  expenses
    25    related to the operation  of
    26    the  Albany center of excel-
    27    lence in nanoelectronics ......... 872,333
    28  For  services   and   expenses
    29    related  to the operation of
    30    the Stony  Brook  center  of
    31    excellence  in  wireless and
    32    information technology ........... 872,333
    33  For  services   and   expenses
    34    related  to the operation of
    35    the  Binghamton  Center   of
    36    Excellence  in  small  scale
    37    systems   integration    and
    38    packaging ........................ 872,333
    39                                --------------
    40      Total ........................ 5,234,000
    41                                ==============
 
    42    For  services  and  expenses  related  to  the  following: centers for
    43      advanced technology, for matching grants to designated  centers  for
    44      advanced  technology, pursuant to subdivision 3 of section 3102-b of
    45      the public authorities law. Notwithstanding any provision of law  to
    46      the  contrary, funds may also be used for initiatives related to the
    47      operation and development of the centers of excellence or other high
    48      technology centers. No funds shall be expended from  this  appropri-
    49      ation  until the director of the budget has approved a spending plan
    50      submitted by the foundation for science, technology  and  innovation

                                           152                        12653-10-6
 
                           DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
 
                     AID TO LOCALITIES - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2016-17
 
     1      in such detail as the director of the budget may require ...........
     2      13,818,000 ............................................ (re. $4,000)
     3    Technology  development organization matching grants, to be awarded on
     4      a competitive basis in accordance with  the  provisions  of  section
     5      3102-d of the public authorities law. Notwithstanding any inconsist-
     6      ent  provision of law, the director of the budget may suballocate up
     7      to the full amount of this appropriation to any  department,  agency
     8      or  authority.  No  funds  shall be expended from this appropriation
     9      until the director of  the  budget  has  approved  a  spending  plan
    10      submitted  by  the foundation for science, technology and innovation
    11      in such detail as the director of the budget may require ...........
    12      1,382,000 ............................................ (re. $15,000)
    13    Industrial technology extension service.  Notwithstanding  any  incon-
    14      sistent provision of law, the director of the budget may suballocate
    15      up to the full amount of this appropriation to any department, agen-
    16      cy  or authority. No funds shall be expended from this appropriation
    17      until the director of  the  budget  has  approved  a  spending  plan
    18      submitted  by  the foundation for science, technology and innovation
    19      in such detail as the director of the budget may require ...........
    20      921,000 ............................................... (re. $5,000)
    21    High  technology  matching  grants  program,  including  the  security
    22      through  advanced  research  and  technology  (START)  initiative to
    23      leverage resources from federal or private sources including but not
    24      limited to the national  science  foundation,  businesses,  industry
    25      consortiums,  foundations, and other organizations for efforts asso-
    26      ciated with high  technology  economic  development,  including  the
    27      payment  of  liabilities  incurred  prior to April 1, 2010. No funds
    28      shall be expended from this appropriation until the director of  the
    29      budget  has approved a spending plan submitted by the foundation for
    30      science, technology and innovation in such detail as the director of
    31      the budget may require ... 4,606,000 .............. (re. $4,606,000)
    32    Cornell university/NSF nanobiotechnology. No funds shall  be  expended
    33      from  this  appropriation  until  the  director  of  the  budget has
    34      approved a spending plan submitted by the  foundation  for  science,
    35      technology  and  innovation  in  such  detail as the director of the
    36      budget may require ... 294,000 ...................... (re. $294,000)
    37    Columbia university/NSF materials  research  science  and  engineering
    38      center. No funds shall be expended from this appropriation until the
    39      director of the budget has approved a spending plan submitted by the
    40      foundation  for science, technology and innovation in such detail as
    41      the director of the budget may require .............................
    42      245,000 ............................................. (re. $245,000)
    43    SUNY  Albany  semiconductor  research  corporation   (SRC)center   for
    44      advanced  interconnect  systems  technologies (CAIST), including the
    45      payment of liabilities incurred prior to April  1,  2010.  No  funds
    46      shall  be expended from this appropriation until the director of the
    47      budget has approved a spending plan submitted by the foundation  for
    48      science, technology and innovation in such detail as the director of
    49      the budget may require ... 690,000 .................. (re. $282,000)
    50    University  at  Albany  Institute  for  Nanoelectronics  Discovery and
    51      Exploration (INDEX). No funds shall be expended from this  appropri-
    52      ation  until the director of the budget has approved a spending plan

                                           153                        12653-10-6
 
                           DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
 
                     AID TO LOCALITIES - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2016-17
 
     1      submitted by the foundation for science, technology  and  innovation
     2      in such detail as the director of the budget may require ...........
     3      750,000 ............................................. (re. $520,000)
     4    Stony  Brook  University  Semiconductor High-Energy Radiation project.
     5      No funds shall be expended from this appropriation until the  direc-
     6      tor  of  the  budget  has  approved a spending plan submitted by the
     7      foundation for science, technology and innovation in such detail  as
     8      the director of the budget may require ... 250,000 .. (re. $250,000)
 
     9  By chapter 55, section 1, of the laws of 2010, as amended by chapter 53,
    10      section 1, of the laws of 2015:
    11    Focus  center  - New York. No funds shall be expended from this appro-
    12      priation until the director of the budget has  approved  a  spending
    13      plan  submitted  by the foundation for science, technology and inno-
    14      vation in such detail as the director of the budget may require ....
    15      3,006,000 ......................................... (re. $2,503,000)
 
    16                Project Schedule
    17  PROJECT                               AMOUNT
    18  --------------------------------------------
    19  For  services   and   expenses
    20    related  to the operation of
    21    the SUNY Polytechnic  Insti-
    22    tute  Colleges  of Nanoscale
    23    Science   and    Engineering
    24    Focus Center ................... 2,503,000
    25  For   services   and  expenses
    26    related to the operation  of
    27    the RPI Focus Center ............. 503,000
    28                                --------------
    29      Total ........................ 3,006,000
    30                                ==============
 
    31  By chapter 55, section 1, of the laws of 2009, as transferred by chapter
    32      53, section 1, of the laws of 2011:
    33    Focus  center  - New York. No funds shall be expended from this appro-
    34      priation until the director of the budget has  approved  a  spending
    35      plan  submitted  by the foundation for science, technology and inno-
    36      vation in such detail as the director of the budget may require ....
    37      4,606,000 ........................................... (re. $129,000)
    38    High  technology  matching  grants  program,  including  the  security
    39      through  advanced  research  and  technology  (START)  initiative to
    40      leverage resources from federal or private sources including but not
    41      limited to the national  science  foundation,  businesses,  industry
    42      consortiums,  foundations, and other organizations for efforts asso-
    43      ciated with high  technology  economic  development,  including  the
    44      payment  of  liabilities  incurred  prior to April 1, 2009. No funds
    45      shall be expended from this appropriation until the director of  the
    46      budget  has approved a spending plan submitted by the foundation for
    47      science, technology and innovation in such detail as the director of
    48      the budget may require ... 4,606,000 .............. (re. $3,459,000)

                                           154                        12653-10-6
 
                           DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
 
                     AID TO LOCALITIES - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2016-17
 
     1    CUNY optical sensing and imaging center. No funds  shall  be  expended
     2      from  this  appropriation  until  the  director  of  the  budget has
     3      approved a spending plan submitted by the  foundation  for  science,
     4      technology  and  innovation  in  such  detail as the director of the
     5      budget may require ... 69,000 ........................ (re. $69,000)
     6    Stony  Brook  University  Semiconductor High-Energy Radiation project.
     7      No funds shall be expended from this appropriation until the  direc-
     8      tor  of  the  budget  has  approved a spending plan submitted by the
     9      foundation for science, technology and innovation in such detail  as
    10      the director of the budget may require ... 250,000 .. (re. $250,000)
 
    11  By chapter 55, section 1, of the laws of 2008, as transferred by chapter
    12      53, section 1, of the laws of 2011:
    13    Syracuse  university  sensing,  analyzing,  interpreting  and deciding
    14      center - SAID. No funds shall be expended  from  this  appropriation
    15      until  the  director  of  the  budget  has  approved a spending plan
    16      submitted by the foundation for science, technology  and  innovation
    17      in such detail as the director of the budget may require ...........
    18      314,000 ............................................. (re. $314,000)
    19    Focus  center  - New York. No funds shall be expended from this appro-
    20      priation until the director of the budget has  approved  a  spending
    21      plan  submitted  by the foundation for science, technology and inno-
    22      vation in such detail as the director of  the  budget  may  require,
    23      provided,  however,  that the amount of this appropriation available
    24      for expenditure and disbursement on  and  after  September  1,  2008
    25      shall  be  reduced by six percent of the amount that was undisbursed
    26      as of August 15, 2008 ... 4,900,000 .................. (re. $47,000)
    27    High  technology  matching  grants  program,  including  the  security
    28      through  advanced  research  and  technology  (START)  initiative to
    29      leverage resources from federal or private sources including but not
    30      limited to the national  science  foundation,  businesses,  industry
    31      consortiums,  foundations, and other organizations for efforts asso-
    32      ciated with high  technology  economic  development,  including  the
    33      payment  of  liabilities  incurred  prior to April 1, 2007. No funds
    34      shall be expended from this appropriation until the director of  the
    35      budget  has approved a spending plan submitted by the foundation for
    36      science, technology and innovation in such detail as the director of
    37      the budget may require, provided, however, that the amount  of  this
    38      appropriation  available  for  expenditure  and  disbursement on and
    39      after September 1, 2008 shall be  reduced  by  six  percent  of  the
    40      amount that was undisbursed as of August 15, 2008 ..................
    41      4,900,000 ......................................... (re. $2,323,000)
    42    For  services  and  expenses related to the following: college applied
    43      research centers, for matching grants to designated college  applied
    44      research  centers,  pursuant to section 209-t of article 10-B of the
    45      executive law. No funds shall be expended  from  this  appropriation
    46      until  the  director  of  the  budget  has  approved a spending plan
    47      submitted by the foundation for science, technology  and  innovation
    48      in such detail as the director of the budget may require ...........
    49      932,000 ............................................. (re. $932,000)
    50    For services and expenses of:
    51      Center for Remanufacturing ... 301,000 ................ (re. $2,000)

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     1      New York Loves Bio ... 113,000 ...................... (re. $113,000)
 
     2  By chapter 55, section 1, of the laws of 2007, as transferred by chapter
     3      53, section 1, of the laws of 2011:
     4    RPI/NSF  nanoscale  science  and engineering center. No funds shall be
     5      expended from this appropriation until the director  of  the  budget
     6      has  approved  a  spending  plan  submitted  by  the  foundation for
     7      science, technology and innovation in such detail as the director of
     8      the budget may require ... 500,000 .................... (re. $3,000)
     9    For services and expenses of:
    10    New York State Center for Engineering,  Design  and  Industrial  Inno-
    11      vation ... 250,000 .................................... (re. $2,000)
    12    For  services  and  expenses related to the following: college applied
    13      research centers, for matching grants to designated college  applied
    14      research  centers,  pursuant to section 209-t of article 10-B of the
    15      executive law. No funds shall be expended  from  this  appropriation
    16      until  the  director  of  the  budget  has  approved a spending plan
    17      submitted by the foundation for science, technology  and  innovation
    18      in such detail as the director of the budget may require ...........
    19      960,000 ............................................. (re. $616,000)
 
    20  MARKETING AND ADVERTISING PROGRAM
 
    21    General Fund
    22    Local Assistance Account - 10000
 
    23  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2015:
    24    For  a  local  tourism  promotion  matching grants program pursuant to
    25      article 5-A of the economic development law (21417) ................
    26      3,815,000 ......................................... (re. $3,815,000)
    27    For operation of a gateway information center at Beekmantown, New York
    28      (21421) ... 196,000 ................................. (re. $196,000)
    29    For operation of a gateway information center at Binghamton, New  York
    30      (21422) ... 196,000 ................................. (re. $150,000)
    31    For  services  and  expenses, loans, and grants, related to the market
    32      New York program, including but not limited to, marketing and adver-
    33      tising to promote regional attractions in the state of New York. All
    34      or portions of the funds appropriated hereby may be suballocated  or
    35      transferred  to  any department, agency, or public authority (21680)
    36      ... 5,000,000 ..................................... (re. $5,000,000)
    37    For additional local tourism promotion matching grants program  pursu-
    38      ant to article 5-A of the economic development law (21282) .........
    39      500,000 ............................................. (re. $500,000)
    40    For services and expenses of the Finger Lakes Tourism Alliance (21404)
    41      ... 100,000 ......................................... (re. $100,000)
    42    For  services  and  expenses of the Queens Economic Development Corpo-
    43      ration (21403) ... 100,000 .......................... (re. $100,000)
    44    For services and expenses of  the  Michigan  Street  African  American
    45      Heritage Corridor Commission (21683) ...  75,000 ..... (re. $75,000)
    46    For  services  and expenses of the Long Island Farm Bureau for tourism
    47      promotion (21684) ... 50,000 ......................... (re. $50,000)

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                     AID TO LOCALITIES - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2016-17
 
     1    For services and expenses of the Long Island Wine Council for  tourism
     2      promotion (21686) ... 50,000 ......................... (re. $50,000)
 
     3  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2014:
     4    For  a  local  tourism  promotion  matching grants program pursuant to
     5      article 5-A of the economic development law ........................
     6      3,815,000 ......................................... (re. $3,815,000)
     7    For operation of a gateway information center at Beekmantown, New York
     8      ... 196,000 ........................................... (re. $3,000)
     9    For services and expenses of the Finger Lakes Tourism Alliance .......
    10      100,000 .............................................. (re. $35,000)
    11    For services and expenses  of  the  Catskill  Association  of  Tourism
    12      Services ... 100,000 ................................ (re. $100,000)
    13    For services and expenses of the Queens Tourism Council ..............
    14      100,000 ............................................. (re. $100,000)
 
    15  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2013:
    16    For  a  local  tourism  promotion  matching grants program pursuant to
    17      article 5-A of the economic development law ........................
    18      3,815,000 ......................................... (re. $2,090,000)
    19    For operation of a gateway information center at Beekmantown, New York
    20      ... 196,000 ........................................... (re. $4,000)
    21    For services and expenses, loans, and grants, related  to  the  market
    22      New York program, including but not limited to, marketing and adver-
    23      tising  to promote regional attractions in the state of New York and
    24      New York produced goods and products. All or portions of  the  funds
    25      appropriated  hereby  may  be  suballocated  or  transferred  to any
    26      department, agency, or public authority ............................
    27      7,000,000 ........................................... (re. $641,000)
 
    28  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2012:
    29    For a local tourism promotion  matching  grants  program  pursuant  to
    30      article 5-A of the economic development law ........................
    31      3,985,000 ............................................ (re. $22,000)
    32    For operation of a gateway information center at Beekmantown, New York
    33      ... 196,000 .......................................... (re. $23,000)
    34    For  services  and  expenses of tourism marketing. Notwithstanding any
    35      other provision of law, the director of the budget is hereby author-
    36      ized to transfer up to $3,000,000 of  this  appropriation  to  state
    37      operations ... 3,000,000 ............................ (re. $386,000)
 
    38  By chapter 55, section 1, of the laws of 2010:
    39    For  a  local  tourism  promotion  matching grants program pursuant to
    40      article 5-A of the economic development law ........................
    41      3,815,000 ............................................ (re. $45,000)
 
    42  By chapter 55, section 1, of the laws of 2009:
    43    For a local tourism promotion  matching  grants  program  pursuant  to
    44      article 5-A of the economic development law ........................
    45      4,171,000 ............................................. (re. $2,000)
 
    46  RESEARCH DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM

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                     AID TO LOCALITIES - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2016-17
 
     1    General Fund
     2    Local Assistance Account - 10000
 
     3  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2015:
     4    For the science and technology law center program (81027) ............
     5      343,000 ............................................. (re. $343,000)
 
     6  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2014:
     7    For the science and technology law center program ....................
     8      343,000 ............................................. (re. $343,000)
     9    For  services  and expenses of the faculty development program and the
    10      incentive program ... 650,000 ....................... (re. $650,000)
 
    11  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2013:
    12    For the science and technology law center program ....................
    13      343,000 ............................................. (re. $343,000)
 
    14  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2012:
    15    For the science and technology law center program ....................
    16      343,000 ............................................. (re. $343,000)
 
    17  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2011:
    18    For the science and technology law center program ....................
    19      343,000 ............................................. (re. $159,000)
 
    20  By chapter 55, section 1, of the laws of 2009, as transferred by chapter
    21      53, section 1, of the laws of 2011:
    22    Faculty development program ... 2,685,000 ........... (re. $2,685,000)
    23    For expenses related to the incentive program ........................
    24      2,920,000 ......................................... (re. $2,920,000)
 
    25  By chapter 55, section 1, of the laws of 2008, as transferred by chapter
    26      53, section 1, of the laws of 2011:
    27    Incentive program in accordance with the following:
    28    For expenses related to the incentive program ........................
    29      2,920,000 ......................................... (re. $2,920,000)
    30    Faculty development program ... 2,685,000 ........... (re. $2,450,000)
 
    31  By chapter 55, section 1, of the laws of 2007, as transferred by chapter
    32      53, section 1, of the laws of 2011:
    33    Incentive program in accordance with the following:
    34    Faculty development program, provided, however,  that  the  amount  of
    35      this appropriation available for expenditure and disbursement on and
    36      after  September  1,  2008  shall  be  reduced by six percent of the
    37      amount that was undisbursed as of August 15, 2008 ..................
    38      4,000,000 ......................................... (re. $3,760,000)
    39    For services and expenses of the James D. Watson investigator program,
    40      provided, however, that the amount of this  appropriation  available
    41      for  expenditure  and  disbursement  on  and after September 1, 2008
    42      shall be reduced by six percent of the amount that  was  undisbursed
    43      as of August 15, 2008 ... 1,000,000 ................. (re. $429,000)

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                     AID TO LOCALITIES - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2016-17

     1  By chapter 55, section 1, of the laws of 2006, as transferred by chapter
     2      53, section 1, of the laws of 2011:
     3    Incentive program in accordance with the following:
     4    For additional expenses related to the incentive program .............
     5      4,000,000 ......................................... (re. $1,955,000)
     6    Faculty  development  program,  provided,  however, that the amount of
     7      this appropriation available for expenditure and disbursement on and
     8      after September 1, 2008 shall be  reduced  by  six  percent  of  the
     9      amount that was undisbursed as of August 15, 2008 ..................
    10      4,000,000 ......................................... (re. $2,777,000)
 
    11  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2005, as transferred by chapter
    12      53, section 1, of the laws of 2011:
    13    Incentive program in accordance with the following:
    14    For additional expenses related to the incentive program .............
    15      4,000,000 ........................................... (re. $629,000)
    16    Faculty  development  program,  provided,  however, that the amount of
    17      this appropriation available for expenditure and disbursement on and
    18      after September 1, 2008 shall be  reduced  by  six  percent  of  the
    19      amount that was undisbursed as of August 15, 2008 ..................
    20      4,000,000 ........................................... (re. $684,000)
 
    21  By chapter 55, section 1, of the laws of 2004, as transferred by chapter
    22      53, section 1, of the laws of 2011:
    23    Incentive program in accordance with the following:
    24    For additional expenses related to the incentive program .............
    25      4,650,000 ......................................... (re. $1,155,000)
    26    Centers for advanced technology development fund .....................
    27      10,000,000 ........................................ (re. $7,433,000)
 
    28  By chapter 55, section 1, of the laws of 2003, as transferred by chapter
    29      53, section 1, of the laws of 2011:
    30    Incentive program in accordance with the following:
    31    For additional expenses related to the incentive program .............
    32      4,650,000 ............................................ (re. $15,000)
    33    Centers for advanced technology development fund .....................
    34      10,000,000 .......................................... (re. $658,000)
 
    35  SMALL BUSINESS CREDIT INITIATIVE PROGRAM
 
    36    Special Revenue Funds - Other
    37    Miscellaneous Special Revenue Fund
    38    Small Business Credit Initiative Account - 22202
 
    39  By chapter 103, section 3, of the laws of 2011:
    40    For  programs  and activities authorized pursuant to section sixteen-f
    41      of the new york state urban development corporation  act,  including
    42      any  services  and  costs  associated  with  administration  of such
    43      programs and activities,  subject  to  the  limitations  imposed  by
    44      federal  funding  requirements. Notwithstanding any provision of law
    45      to the contrary, such moneys shall be  paid  by  the  department  of
    46      economic  development to the new york state urban development corpo-

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                     AID TO LOCALITIES - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2016-17
 
     1      ration from federal operating grant moneys deposited  in  the  state
     2      treasury  for  the  federal  state small business credit initiative.
     3      Provided further that, notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of
     4      law,  subject  to  the approval of the director of the budget, funds
     5      appropriated herein may be  interchanged  with  any  other  item  of
     6      appropriation to be funded from the small business credit initiative
     7      account ... 10,405,173 .............................. (re. $214,000)
     8    For  programs  and activities authorized pursuant to section sixteen-u
     9      of the new york state urban development corporation  act,  including
    10      any  services  and  costs  associated  with  administration  of such
    11      programs and activities,  subject  to  the  limitations  imposed  by
    12      federal  funding  requirements. Notwithstanding any provision of law
    13      to the contrary, such moneys shall be  paid  by  the  department  of
    14      economic  development to the new york state urban development corpo-
    15      ration from federal operating grant moneys deposited  in  the  state
    16      treasury  for  the  federal  state small business credit initiative.
    17      Provided further that, notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of
    18      law, subject to the approval of the director of  the  budget,  funds
    19      appropriated  herein  may  be  inter  changed with any other item of
    20      appropriation to be funded from the small business credit initiative
    21      account ... 25,952,157 .............................. (re. $863,000)
 
    22  By chapter 103, section 3, of the laws of 2011, as  amended  by  chapter
    23      53, section 1, of the laws of 2013:
    24    For  programs  and  activities  (i)  authorized  pursuant  to  section
    25      sixteen-k of the new york state urban development  corporation  act,
    26      including  any  services and costs associated with administration of
    27      such programs and activities, subject to the limitations imposed  by
    28      federal  funding requirements, or (ii) that provide small businesses
    29      loans, loan guarantees, grants, including interest  subsidy  grants,
    30      and  equity  investments  to  small  businesses. Notwithstanding any
    31      provision of law to the contrary, such moneys shall be paid  by  the
    32      department  of  economic  development  to  the  new york state urban
    33      development corporation from federal operating grant moneys deposit-
    34      ed in the state treasury for the federal state small business credit
    35      initiative. Provided further that, notwithstanding any  inconsistent
    36      provision  of  law,  subject  to the approval of the director of the
    37      budget, funds appropriated herein may be interchanged with any other
    38      item of appropriation to be funded from the  small  business  credit
    39      initiative account ... 18,994,204 ................... (re. $735,000)
 
    40  TRAINING AND BUSINESS ASSISTANCE PROGRAM
 
    41    General Fund
    42    Local Assistance Account - 10000
 
    43  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2015:
    44    For  services  and  expenses  of  state matching funds for the federal
    45      manufacturing extension partnership program.
    46    Notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law, the director of the
    47      budget may suballocate up to the full amount of  this  appropriation
    48      to  any  department, agency or authority. No funds shall be expended

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                     AID TO LOCALITIES - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2016-17
 
     1      from this  appropriation  until  the  director  of  the  budget  has
     2      approved a spending plan (81053) ...  1,470,000 ... (re. $1,470,000)
 
     3  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2014:
     4    For  services  and  expenses  of  state matching funds for the federal
     5      manufacturing extension partnership program.
     6    Notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law, the director of the
     7      budget may suballocate up to the full amount of  this  appropriation
     8      to  any  department, agency or authority. No funds shall be expended
     9      from this  appropriation  until  the  director  of  the  budget  has
    10      approved a spending plan ... 1,470,000 .............. (re. $293,000)
 
    11  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2013:
    12    For  services  and  expenses  of  state matching funds for the federal
    13      manufacturing extension partnership program.
    14    Notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law, the director of the
    15      budget may suballocate up to the full amount of  this  appropriation
    16      to  any  department, agency or authority. No funds shall be expended
    17      from this  appropriation  until  the  director  of  the  budget  has
    18      approved a spending plan ... 1,470,000 ............... (re. $13,000)
 
    19  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2012:
    20    For  services  and  expenses  of  state matching funds for the federal
    21      manufacturing extension partnership program.
    22    Notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law, the director of the
    23      budget may suballocate up to the full amount of  this  appropriation
    24      to  any  department, agency or authority. No funds shall be expended
    25      from this  appropriation  until  the  director  of  the  budget  has
    26      approved a spending plan ... 1,470,000 ................ (re. $8,000)

    27  By chapter 55, section 1, of the laws of 2007, as transferred by chapter
    28      53, section 1, of the laws of 2011:
    29    For services and expenses related to development of emerging technolo-
    30      gy workforce training programs at community colleges ...............
    31      2,100,000 ........................................... (re. $240,000)
 
    32                       Project Schedule
    33  PROJECT                                             AMOUNT
    34  ----------------------------------------------------------
    35                                                 (thousands)
    36  For  services and expenses related to emerg-
    37    ing technology workforce training at Onon-
    38    daga county community college .................. 700,000
    39  For services and expenses related to  emerg-
    40    ing   technology   workforce  training  at
    41    Monroe county community college ................ 700,000
    42  For services and expenses related to  emerg-
    43    ing   technology   workforce  training  at
    44    Hudson valley community college ................ 700,000
    45                                              --------------
 
    46    Special Revenue Funds - Federal

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                     AID TO LOCALITIES - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2016-17
 
     1    Federal Miscellaneous Operating Grants Fund
     2    Manufacturing Extension Partnership Program Account - 25517
 
     3  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2015:
     4    Notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law, the director of the
     5      budget  may  suballocate up to the full amount of this appropriation
     6      to any department, agency or authority (81052) .....................
     7      6,000,000 ......................................... (re. $6,000,000)
 
     8  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2014:
     9    Notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law, the director of the
    10      budget may suballocate up to the full amount of  this  appropriation
    11      to any department, agency or authority .............................
    12      6,000,000 ......................................... (re. $1,589,000)
 
    13  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2013:
    14    Notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law, the director of the
    15      budget  may  suballocate up to the full amount of this appropriation
    16      to any department, agency or authority .............................
    17      6,000,000.............................................(re. $752,000)
 
    18  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2012:
    19    Notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law, the director of the
    20      budget may suballocate up to the full amount of  this  appropriation
    21      to any department, agency or authority .............................
    22      6,000,000 ............................................ (re. $24,000)
 
    23  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2011:
    24    Notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law, the director of the
    25      budget  may  suballocate up to the full amount of this appropriation
    26      to any department, agency or authority .............................
    27      9,100,000 ........................................... (re. $171,000)
 
    28  By chapter 55, section 1, of the laws of 2009, as amended by chapter 55,
    29      section 1, of the laws of 2010:
 
    30    Maintenance Undistributed
 
    31    For services and expenses or for contracts with municipalities  and/or
    32      private not-for-profit agencies for the amounts herein provided:
 
    33    General Fund
    34    Community Projects Fund - 007
    35    Account EE
 
    36    DUTCHESS COMMUNITY COLLEGE ... 10,000 .................. (re. $10,000)
    37    EAST MEADOW CHAMBER OF COMMERCE ... 3,500 ............... (re. $3,500)
    38    FORT DRUM REGIONAL LIASON ORGANIZATION ... 25,000 ...... (re. $25,000)
    39    FULTON COUNTY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY .......................
    40      20,000 ............................................... (re. $20,000)

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                     AID TO LOCALITIES - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2016-17
 
     1    GREATER OSWEGO-FULTON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE ... 15,000 ... (re. $15,000)
     2    MASSAPEQUA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE ... 1,500 ................ (re. $1,500)
     3    NORTHPORT CHAMBER OF COMMERCE C/O HARBOR TRADING .....................
     4      1,750 ................................................. (re. $1,750)
     5    WAYNE COUNTY ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT CORP ... 25,000 ...... (re. $25,000)
 
     6  By chapter 55, section 1, of the laws of 2008, as amended by chapter 55,
     7      section 1, of the laws of 2012:
 
     8    Maintenance Undistributed
 
     9    General Fund
    10    Community Projects Fund - 007
    11    Account AA
 
    12    For  services and expenses, grants in aid, or for contracts with muni-
    13      cipalities and/or private not-for-profit agencies. The funds  appro-
    14      priated  hereby  may  be  suballocated  to any department, agency or
    15      public authority ... 1,000,000 .................... (re. $1,000,000)
 
    16    Maintenance Undistributed
 
    17    For services and expenses or for contracts with municipalities  and/or
    18      private not-for-profit agencies for the amounts herein provided:
 
    19    General Fund
    20    Community Projects Fund - 007
    21    Account AA
 
    22    Adirondack Theatre Festival ... 15,000 ................. (re. $15,000)
    23    Baldwin Chamber of Commerce ... 30,000 ................. (re. $30,000)
    24    Bellerose Business District Development Corp. ........................
    25      12,000 ............................................... (re. $12,000)
    26    Cayuga County Chamber of Commerce ... 15,000 ........... (re. $15,000)
    27    Cayuga County Development Corporation ... 75,000 ....... (re. $75,000)
    28    Chamber of Commerce of the Massapequas, Inc., The ....................
    29      10,000 ............................................... (re. $10,000)
    30    Chamber of Schenectady County ... 25,000 ............... (re. $25,000)
    31    Cortland County IDA ... 40,000 ......................... (re. $40,000)
    32    Digital Rochester, Inc. ... 10,000 ..................... (re. $10,000)
    33    Downtown Middletown District Management Association, Inc. ............
    34      10,000 ............................................... (re. $10,000)
    35    Farmingdale Chamber of Commerce ... 2,750 ............... (re. $2,750)
    36    Hoosick Falls, Village of ... 15,000 ................... (re. $15,000)
    37    Job Path ... 5,000 ...................................... (re. $5,000)
    38    Lancaster Area Chamber (The) ... 2,500 .................. (re. $2,500)
    39    Niagara Tourism & Convention Corporation ... 3,000 ...... (re. $3,000)
    40    Niagara USA Chamber ... 12,000 ......................... (re. $12,000)
    41    Orange County Chamber of Commerce ... 35,000 ........... (re. $35,000)
    42    Orleans County Chamber of Commerce ... 4,000 ............ (re. $4,000)
    43    Red Hook Area Chamber of Commerce ... 4,160 ............. (re. $4,160)
    44    Saratoga County ... 5,000 ............................... (re. $5,000)

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     1    Sullivan County Visitors Association, Inc. ... 5,000 .... (re. $5,000)
     2    Third Rochester Enterprises Corporation ... 15,000 ..... (re. $15,000)
     3    Three Village Chamber of Commerce ... 75,000 ........... (re. $75,000)
     4    Ticonderoga, Town of ... 50,000 ........................ (re. $50,000)
     5    Tupper Lake Arts Council ... 6,000 ...................... (re. $6,000)
     6    Westchester Arts Council ... 50,000 .................... (re. $50,000)
 
     7    General Fund
     8    Community Projects Fund - 007
     9    Account BB
 
    10    Bay Improvement Group ... 5,000 ......................... (re. $5,000)
    11    Center for Urban Rehabilitation & Empowerment ........................
    12      10,000 ............................................... (re. $10,000)
    13    City of Niagara Falls, Dept. of Economic Development .................
    14      25,000 ............................................... (re. $25,000)
    15    Greenwich Village-Chelsea Chamber of Commerce ... 1,000 . (re. $1,000)
    16    Mosholu Preservation Corporation ... 10,000 ............ (re. $10,000)
    17    Village Alliance District Management Association Inc. ................
    18      1,000 ................................................. (re. $1,000)
 
    19    General Fund
    20    Community Projects Fund - 007
    21    Account EE
 
    22    EAST MEADOW CHAMBER OF COMMERCE ... 3,000 ............... (re. $3,000)
    23    EAST MEADOW CHAMBER OF COMMERCE ... 5,000 ............... (re. $5,000)
    24    GREATER SCHOHARIE BUSINESS ALLIANCE ... 1,500 ........... (re. $1,500)
    25    YORKTOWN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE ... 7,000 .................. (re. $7,000)
    26    MASSAPEQUA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE ... 2,000 ................ (re. $2,000)
    27    ORLEANS COUNTY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE ... 3,400 ............ (re. $3,400)
    28    SAG HARBOR CHAMBER OF COMMERCE ... 2,500 ................ (re. $2,500)
    29    SARANAC LAKE AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE ... 5,000 ......... (re. $5,000)
    30    SCHOHARIE COUNTY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE ... 1,500 .......... (re. $1,500)
 
    31  By chapter 55, section 1, of the laws of 2007, as amended by chapter 53,
    32      section 1, of the laws of 2012:
 
    33    Maintenance Undistributed
 
    34    For  services and expenses or for contracts with municipalities and/or
    35      private not-for-profit agencies for the amounts herein provided:
 
    36    General Fund
    37    Community Projects Fund - 007
    38    Account AA
 
    39    Bellerose Business District Development Corp. ........................
    40      12,000 ............................................... (re. $12,000)
    41    Brighton Chamber of Commerce ... 30,000 ................ (re. $30,000)
    42    Chamber of Commerce of the Greater Ronkonkoma's Inc., The ............
    43      22,500 ............................................... (re. $22,500)

                                           164                        12653-10-6
 
                           DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
 
                     AID TO LOCALITIES - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2016-17
 
     1    Chamber of Southern Saratoga County, The ... 25,000 .... (re. $25,000)
     2    Community  Leadership  Development Program of Niagara County, Inc. ...
     3      5,000 ................................................. (re. $5,000)
     4    Downtown Middletown District Management Association, Inc. ............
     5      20,000 ............................................... (re. $20,000)
     6    Executive Service Corps Otsego-Delaware, Inc. ........................
     7      1,500 ................................................. (re. $1,500)
     8    Glen Head Glenwood Business Association ... 15,000 ..... (re. $15,000)
     9    Kings Park Chamber of Commerce ... 10,000 .............. (re. $10,000)
    10    Long Island Greenbelt Trail Conference ... 15,000 ...... (re. $15,000)
    11    Long Island Greenbelt Trail Conference ... 10,000 ...... (re. $10,000)
    12    Niagara Tourism & Convention Corporation .............................
    13      135,000 ............................................. (re. $135,000)
    14    Plainview Chamber of Commerce ... 2,500 ................. (re. $2,500)
    15    Sugar Hill Development Corporation ... 20,000 .......... (re. $20,000)
    16    Wayne County Industrial Development Agency ...........................
    17      350,000 ............................................. (re. $350,000)
 
    18    General Fund
    19    Community Projects Fund - 007
    20    Account BB

    21    Bay Improvement Group ... 5,000 ......................... (re. $5,000)
    22    City of Niagara Falls, Dept. of Economic Development .................
    23      25,000 ............................................... (re. $25,000)
    24    Corona-Elmhurst Center for Economic Development ......................
    25      10,000 ............................................... (re. $10,000)
 
    26    General Fund
    27    Community Projects Fund - 007
    28    Account EE
 
    29    BAINBRIDGE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE ... 1,600 ................ (re. $1,600)
    30    HUDSON VALLEY AGRIBUSINESS DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION ...................
    31      7,500 ................................................. (re. $7,500)
    32    THE SCHENECTADY COUNTY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, INC. .....................
    33      10,000 ............................................... (re. $10,000)
 
    34  By chapter 55, section 1, of the laws of 2002, as amended by chapter 55,
    35    section 1, of the laws of 2004:
 
    36    Maintenance Undistributed
 
    37    General Fund
    38    Community Projects Fund - 007
    39    Account AA
 
    40    For services and expenses, grants in aid, or for contracts with  muni-
    41      cipalities and/or private not-for-profit agencies.  The funds appro-
    42      priated  hereby  may  be  suballocated  to any department, agency or
    43      public authority ... 2,000,000 .................... (re. $2,000,000)

                                           165                        12653-10-6
 
                           DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
 
                     AID TO LOCALITIES - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2016-17
 
     1    Maintenance Undistributed
 
     2    For  services and expenses or for contracts with municipalities and/or
     3      private not-for-profit agencies for the amounts herein provided:
 
     4    General Fund
     5    Community Projects Fund - 007
     6    Account AA
 
     7    Cold Spring Harbor Main St Association ... 10,000 ...... (re. $10,000)
     8    Glen Cove BID ... 10,000 ............................... (re. $10,000)
     9    Metro Forest Chamber of Commerce ... 5,000 .............. (re. $5,000)
    10    Montgomery County Chamber of Commerce ... 1,250 ......... (re. $1,250)
    11    Union Turnpike Merchants Assoc. ... 20,000 ............. (re. $20,000)
 
    12    General Fund
    13    Community Projects Fund - 007
    14    Account EE
 
    15    WSKG Public Broadcasting ... 5,000 ...................... (re. $5,000)
    16    The Hicksville Chamber of Commerce ... 10,000 .......... (re. $10,000)
    17    Merrick Chamber of Commerce ... 5,000 ................... (re. $5,000)
    18    Wayne Economic Development Corporation ... 11,000 ...... (re. $11,000)
 
    19  By chapter 55, section 1, of the laws of 2000, as amended by chapter 55,
    20      section 1, of the laws of 2008:
 
    21    Maintenance Undistributed
 
    22    For services and expenses or for contracts with municipalities  and/or
    23      private not-for-profit agencies for the amounts herein provided:
 
    24    General Fund
    25    Community Projects Fund - 007
    26    Account EE
 
    27    Columbia Hudson Partnership ... 5,000 ................... (re. $5,000)
    28    Village of Newport ... 4,500 ............................ (re. $4,500)
 
    29  The appropriation made by chapter 55, section 1, of the laws of 2000, to
    30      the  Foundation  for  Science,  Technology  and Innovation is hereby
    31      transferred and reappropriated to the Department of Economic  Devel-
    32      opment:
 
    33    Maintenance Undistributed
 
    34    General Fund
    35    Community Projects Fund - 007
    36    Account CC
 
    37    For   services  and  expenses  or  for  contracts  with  universities,
    38      colleges, municipalities, and/or not-for-profit agencies. The  funds

                                           166                        12653-10-6
 
                           DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
 
                     AID TO LOCALITIES - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2016-17
 
     1      appropriated herein may be suballocated to any department, agency or
     2      public authority ... 4,000,000 .................... (re. $3,000,000)
 
     3    General Fund
     4    Community Projects Fund - 007
     5    Account II
 
     6    Maintenance Undistributed
 
     7    For  services and expenses or for contracts with municipalities and/or
     8      private not-for-profit agencies for the amounts herein provided:
 
     9  By chapter 55, section 1, of the laws of 2000:
 
    10    For services and expenses of the:
    11    Cultural Tourism Grants ... 250,000 .................... (re. $11,707)

    12  By chapter 55, section 1, of the laws of 1999, as amended by chapter 55,
    13      section 1, of the laws of 2003:
 
    14    Maintenance Undistributed
 
    15    For services and expenses or for contracts with municipalities  and/or
    16      private not-for-profit agencies for the amounts herein provided:
 
    17    General Fund
    18    Community Projects Fund - 007
    19    Account EE
 
    20    Bethpage Chamber of Commerce ... 5,000 .................. (re. $5,000)
    21    Canton Downtown Improvement Grasse River Project .....................
    22      5,000 ................................................. (re. $5,000)
    23    Merrick Chamber of Commerce ... 5,000 ................... (re. $5,000)
    24    Shiloh Baptist Church ... 7,000 ......................... (re. $7,000)
    25    State Council on Waterways ... 10,000 .................. (re. $10,000)
    26    Town of Putnam Valley ... 15,000 ....................... (re. $15,000)

                                           167                        12653-10-6
 
                                  EDUCATION DEPARTMENT
 
                               AID TO LOCALITIES   2016-17
 
     1  For  payment  according  to the following schedule, net of
     2    disallowances, refunds, reimbursements and credits:
 
     3                                          APPROPRIATIONS  REAPPROPRIATIONS
 
     4    General Fund........................  23,045,480,850     2,547,555,000
     5    Special Revenue Funds - Federal.....   4,436,632,000     7,944,459,000
     6    Special Revenue Funds - Other.......   6,475,039,000       776,825,000
     7                                        ----------------  ----------------
     8      All Funds.........................  33,957,151,850    11,268,839,000
     9                                        ================  ================
 
    10                                  SCHEDULE

    11  ADULT CAREER AND CONTINUING EDUCATION SERVICES PROGRAM ..... 228,185,000
    12                                                            --------------
 
    13    General Fund
    14    Local Assistance Account - 10000
 
    15  For case services provided on or after Octo-
    16    ber 1, 2014  to  disabled  individuals  in
    17    accordance   with   economic   eligibility
    18    criteria  developed  by   the   department
    19    (21713) ..................................... 54,000,000
    20  For  services  and  expenses  of independent
    21    living centers (21856) ...................... 13,361,000
    22  For college readers aid payments (21854) ......... 294,000
    23  For  services  and  expenses  of   supported
    24    employment   and   integrated   employment
    25    opportunities provided on or after October
    26    1, 2014:
    27  For  services  and  expenses   of   programs
    28    providing  or  leading to the provision of
    29    time-limited services or long-term support
    30    services (21741) ............................ 15,160,000
    31  For grants to schools for programs involving
    32    literacy and basic  education  for  public
    33    assistance   recipients  for  the  2016-17
    34    school year for  those  programs  adminis-
    35    tered  by  the  state education department
    36    (23411) ...................................... 1,843,000
    37  For    competitive    grants    for    adult
    38    literacy/education   aid   to  public  and
    39    private not-for-profit agencies, including
    40    but not limited to, 2 and 4 year colleges,
    41    community based organizations,  libraries,
    42    and  volunteer  literacy organizations and
    43    institutions which meet quality  standards
    44    promulgated  by the commissioner of educa-
    45    tion to provide programs of basic  litera-
    46    cy,  high  school equivalency, and English

                                           168                        12653-10-6
 
                                  EDUCATION DEPARTMENT
 
                               AID TO LOCALITIES   2016-17
 
     1    as a second language to persons  16  years
     2    of age or older for the remaining payments
     3    of 2015-16 school year and for the 2016-17
     4    school year, provided further that no more
     5    than   $300,000  shall  be  available  for
     6    remaining payments for the 2015-16  school
     7    year (23410) ................................. 6,293,000
     8  For  additional competitive grants for adult
     9    literacy  education  aid  to  public   and
    10    private not-for-profit agencies, including
    11    but not limited to, 2 and 4 year colleges,
    12    community  based  organization, libraries,
    13    and volunteer literacy  organizations  and
    14    institutions  to provide programs of basic
    15    literacy,  high  school  equivalency,  and
    16    English as a second language to persons 16
    17    years  of age or older, funds appropriated
    18    herein shall be available for payments  of
    19    liabilities  heretofore  or  hereafter  to
    20    accrue ....................................... 1,000,000
    21                                              --------------
    22      Program account subtotal .................. 91,951,000
    23                                              --------------
 
    24    Special Revenue Funds - Federal
    25    Federal Education Fund
    26    Federal Department of Education Account - 25210
 
    27  For case services  provided  to  individuals
    28    with disabilities (21713) ................... 70,000,000
    29  For the independent living program (21856) ..... 2,572,000
    30  For the supported employment program (21741) ... 2,500,000
    31  For  grants  to  schools  and other eligible
    32    entities for adult basic education, liter-
    33    acy, and civics education pursuant to  the
    34    workforce investment act (21734) ............ 48,704,000
    35                                              --------------
    36      Program account subtotal ................. 123,776,000
    37                                              --------------
 
    38    Special Revenue Funds - Other
    39    Miscellaneous Special Revenue Fund
    40    VESID Social Security Account - 22001
 
    41  For  the  rehabilitation  of social security
    42    disability beneficiaries (21852) ............ 11,760,000
    43                                              --------------
    44      Program account subtotal .................. 11,760,000
    45                                              --------------
 
    46    Special Revenue Funds - Other
    47    Vocational Rehabilitation Fund

                                           169                        12653-10-6
 
                                  EDUCATION DEPARTMENT
 
                               AID TO LOCALITIES   2016-17
 
     1    Vocational Rehabilitation Account - 23051
 
     2  For  services  and  expenses  of the special
     3    workers' compensation program (21852) .......... 698,000
     4                                              --------------
     5      Program account subtotal ..................... 698,000
     6                                              --------------
 
     7  CULTURAL EDUCATION PROGRAM ................................. 125,961,000
     8                                                            --------------
 
     9    General Fund
    10    Local Assistance Account - 10000
 
    11  Aid to public libraries including aid to New
    12    York  public  library  (NYPL)  and  NYPL's
    13    science  industry  and  business  library.
    14    Provided   that,    notwithstanding    any
    15    provision  of  law,  rule or regulation to
    16    the contrary, such aid,  and  the  state's
    17    liability    therefor,   shall   represent
    18    fulfillment of the state's obligation  for
    19    this program (21846) ........................ 91,627,000
    20  For additional aid to public libraries ......... 4,000,000
    21  For  services and expenses for the Schomburg
    22    Center for Research in Black Culture ........... 250,000
    23  For services and expenses  of  the  Langston
    24    Hughes   Community  Library  and  Cultural
    25    Center of the Queens Library .................... 75,000
    26  For additional aid to public  libraries  for
    27    reimbursement of costs associated with the
    28    payment   of   the  metropolitan  commuter
    29    transportation mobility tax, subject to an
    30    allocation plan developed by  the  commis-
    31    sioner  of  education  and approved by the
    32    director of the budget (21855) ............... 1,300,000
    33  Aid to  educational  television  and  radio.
    34    Notwithstanding any provision of law, rule
    35    or  regulation to the contrary, the amount
    36    appropriated   herein   shall    represent
    37    fulfillment  of the state's obligation for
    38    this program (21848) ........................ 14,002,000
    39  For additional aid to educational television
    40    and radio ...................................... 500,000
    41                                              --------------
    42      Program account subtotal ................. 111,754,000
    43                                              --------------
 
    44    Special Revenue Funds - Federal
    45    Federal Miscellaneous Operating Grants Fund
    46    Federal Operating Grants Account - 25456

                                           170                        12653-10-6
 
                                  EDUCATION DEPARTMENT
 
                               AID TO LOCALITIES   2016-17
 
     1  For aid  to  public  libraries  pursuant  to
     2    various federal laws including the library
     3    services technology act (21851) .............. 5,400,000
     4                                              --------------
     5      Program account subtotal ................... 5,400,000
     6                                              --------------
 
     7    Special Revenue Funds - Other
     8    New  York  State  Local  Government  Records  Management
     9      Improvement Fund
    10    Local Government Records Management Account - 20501
 
    11  Grants to individual  local  governments  or
    12    groups of cooperating local governments as
    13    provided  in section 57.35 of the arts and
    14    cultural affairs law (21849) ................. 8,346,000
    15  Aid for documentary heritage grants and  aid
    16    to  eligible  archives, libraries, histor-
    17    ical societies, museums,  and  to  certain
    18    organizations  including  the state educa-
    19    tion department that provide  services  to
    20    such programs (21850) .......................... 461,000
    21                                              --------------
    22      Program account subtotal ................... 8,807,000
    23                                              --------------
 
    24  OFFICE OF HIGHER EDUCATION AND THE PROFESSIONS PROGRAM ..... 126,569,850
    25                                                            --------------
 
    26    General Fund
    27    Local Assistance Account - 10000
 
    28  For  liberty  partnerships program awards as
    29    prescribed by section 612 of the education
    30    law as added by chapter 425 of the laws of
    31    1988. Notwithstanding any other section of
    32    law to  the  contrary,  funding  for  such
    33    programs  in the 2016-17 fiscal year shall
    34    be  limited  to  the  amount  appropriated
    35    herein (21830) .............................. 15,301,860
    36  For  additional liberty partnerships program
    37    awards as prescribed by section 612 of the
    38    education law as added by chapter  425  of
    39    the  laws  of  1988.  Notwithstanding  any
    40    other section  of  law  to  the  contrary,
    41    funding  for  such programs in the 2016-17
    42    fiscal year shall be limited to the amount
    43    appropriated herein .......................... 3,060,000
    44  Unrestricted aid to independent colleges and
    45    universities,  notwithstanding  any  other
    46    section of law to the contrary, aid other-
    47    wise due and payable in the 2016-17 fiscal

                                           171                        12653-10-6
 
                                  EDUCATION DEPARTMENT
 
                               AID TO LOCALITIES   2016-17
 
     1    year shall be limited to the amount appro-
     2    priated herein (21831) ...................... 35,129,000
     3  For  higher  education  opportunity  program
     4    awards. Funds appropriated herein shall be
     5    used by  independent  colleges  to  expand
     6    opportunities  for  the  educationally and
     7    economically disadvantaged at  independent
     8    institutions of higher learning (21832) ..... 29,605,920
     9  For  additional higher education opportunity
    10    program awards. Funds appropriated  herein
    11    shall  be  used by independent colleges to
    12    expand opportunities for the educationally
    13    and economically  disadvantaged  at  inde-
    14    pendent institutions of higher learning ...... 5,921,000
    15  For  science  and  technology  entry program
    16    (STEP) awards (21834) ....................... 13,176,180
    17  For additional science and technology  entry
    18    program (STEP) awards ........................ 2,635,000
    19  For  collegiate science and technology entry
    20    program (CSTEP) awards (21835) ............... 9,984,890
    21  For additional collegiate science and  tech-
    22    nology entry program (CSTEP) awards .......... 1,997,000
    23  For teacher opportunity corps program awards
    24    (21837) ........................................ 450,000
    25  For  services and expenses of a foster youth
    26    initiative to ensure support is  available
    27    through current post-secondary opportunity
    28    programs  at public and independent insti-
    29    tutions for foster youth including  summer
    30    transition programs, and to provide foster
    31    youth  with  financial aid outreach, coun-
    32    seling  services,  and  direct   financial
    33    support.  A  portion of these funds may be
    34    suballocated to other  state  departments,
    35    agencies,  the  State  University  of  New
    36    York, and the City University of New  York
    37    (55913) ...................................... 1,500,000
    38  For  additional  services  and expenses of a
    39    foster youth initiative to ensure  support
    40    is  available  through current post-secon-
    41    dary opportunity programs  at  public  and
    42    independent  institutions for foster youth
    43    including summer transition programs,  and
    44    to provide foster youth with financial aid
    45    outreach,  counseling services, and direct
    46    financial  support.  A  portion  of  these
    47    funds  may  be suballocated to other state
    48    departments, agencies, the State Universi-
    49    ty of New York, and the City University of
    50    New York ..................................... 1,500,000

                                           172                        12653-10-6
 
                                  EDUCATION DEPARTMENT
 
                               AID TO LOCALITIES   2016-17
 
     1  For state  financial  assistance  to  expand
     2    high  needs  nursing  programs  at private
     3    colleges and  universities  in  accordance
     4    with  section  6401-a of the education law
     5    (21838) ........................................ 941,000
     6  For services and expenses  of  the  national
     7    board  for professional teaching standards
     8    certification grant program for the  2016-
     9    17 school year (21785) ......................... 368,000
    10                                              --------------
    11      Program account subtotal ................. 121,569,850
    12                                              --------------
 
    13    Special Revenue Funds - Federal
    14    Federal Education Fund
    15    Federal Department of Education Account - 25210
 
    16  For  grants  to  schools  and other eligible
    17    entities for programs pursuant to  various
    18    federal laws including: title II-A improv-
    19    ing teacher quality program.
    20  Notwithstanding  any provision of law to the
    21    contrary, funds appropriated herein may be
    22    suballocated, subject to the  approval  of
    23    the  director  of the budget, to any state
    24    agency or department, and interchanged  to
    25    other  accounts, to accomplish the purpose
    26    of this appropriation. A portion  of  this
    27    appropriation may be interchanged to other
    28    accounts,  as  needed  to  accomplish  the
    29    intent of this appropriation (23419) ......... 5,000,000
    30                                              --------------
    31      Program account subtotal ................... 5,000,000
    32                                              --------------
 
    33  OFFICE OF MANAGEMENT SERVICES PROGRAM ........................ 5,214,000
    34                                                            --------------
 
    35    Special Revenue Funds - Other
    36    Combined Expendable Trust Fund
    37    Grants Account - 20191
 
    38  For services and  expenses  related  to  the
    39    administration  of funds, including grants
    40    to local recipients, paid to the education
    41    department   from   private   foundations,
    42    corporations   and  individuals  and  from
    43    public  or  private  funds   received   as
    44    payment in lieu of honorarium for services
    45    rendered by employees which are related to
    46    such employees' official duties or respon-
    47    sibilities (21744) ........................... 5,214,000

                                           173                        12653-10-6
 
                                  EDUCATION DEPARTMENT
 
                               AID TO LOCALITIES   2016-17
 
     1                                              --------------
 
     2  OFFICE  OF  PREKINDERGARTEN THROUGH GRADE TWELVE EDUCATION
     3    PROGRAM ............................................... 30,363,782,000
     4                                                            --------------
 
     5    General Fund
     6    Local Assistance Account - 10000
 
     7  Notwithstanding any  inconsistent  provision
     8    of  law,  for  general  support for public
     9    schools  including  aid  for  such  fiscal
    10    years  payable  pursuant to section 3609-d
    11    of the education law, as provided herein.
    12  Provided that,  notwithstanding  any  incon-
    13    sistent  provision  of law, the gap elimi-
    14    nation adjustment for the  2016-17  school
    15    year  shall  be  the sum of the gap elimi-
    16    nation adjustment for the  2015-16  school
    17    year  and  the  gap elimination adjustment
    18    restoration amount for the 2016-17  school
    19    year, where the gap elimination adjustment
    20    for  the  2015-16  school year shall equal
    21    the  amount  set  forth  for  each  school
    22    district  as  "GAP ELIMINATION ADJUSTMENT"
    23    under the heading "2015-16 ESTIMATED AIDS"
    24    in  the  school   aid   computer   listing
    25    produced  by the commissioner of education
    26    in support of the enacted budget  for  the
    27    2015-2016   school   year   and   entitled
    28    "SA151-6". Provided further that  notwith-
    29    standing  any  inconsistent  provision  of
    30    law, the gap elimination adjustment resto-
    31    ration amount for the 2016-17 school  year
    32    for  a  school  district shall be computed
    33    based on data on file with the commission-
    34    er of education and in the  database  used
    35    to produce an updated electronic data file
    36    in  support  of the enacted budget for the
    37    2016-17 state fiscal year and shall  equal
    38    the sum of tiers 1 through 4 and the final
    39    GEA  payment, provided that the gap elimi-
    40    nation adjustment restoration  amount  for
    41    the  2016-17  school year shall not exceed
    42    the absolute value of the gap  elimination
    43    adjustment  for  the  2015-16 school year,
    44    and provided further that the  gap  elimi-
    45    nation  adjustment  for the 2016-17 school
    46    year shall equal zero. Notwithstanding any
    47    inconsistent  provision  of  law  to   the
    48    contrary,  for the purposes of this appro-
    49    priation:

                                           174                        12653-10-6
 
                                  EDUCATION DEPARTMENT
 
                               AID TO LOCALITIES   2016-17
 
     1  (i) "2016-17 Remaining  GEA"  shall  an  the
     2    absolute  value  of  the amounts set forth
     3    for each school district  as  "GAP  ELIMI-
     4    NATION   ADJUSTMENT"   under  the  heading
     5    "2016-17 ESTIMATED AIDS" in the school aid
     6    computer  listing  produced by the commis-
     7    sioner in support of the executive  budget
     8    request  for  the  2016-17 school year and
     9    entitled "BT161-7".
    10  (ii) Tier 1 shall equal the  absolute  value
    11    of  the  amounts set forth for each school
    12    district  as  "2016-17   GAP   ELIMINATION
    13    ADJUSTMENT  RESTORATION" in the school aid
    14    computer listing produced by  the  commis-
    15    sioner  in support of the executive budget
    16    request for the 2016-17  school  year  and
    17    entitled "BT161-7".
    18  (iii)  Tier 2 shall equal the product of the
    19    2016-17 Remaining GEA multiplied by  forty
    20    percent (0.4).
    21  (iv)  Tier  3  shall  equal,  for (1) school
    22    districts designated as high need pursuant
    23    to clause (c) of subparagraph two of para-
    24    graph c of subdivision six of section 3602
    25    of the education law for  the  school  aid
    26    computer  listing  produced by the commis-
    27    sioner in support of  the  enacted  budget
    28    for  the  2007-08 school year and entitled
    29    "SA0708", and  (2)  school  districts  (A)
    30    designated  as  average  need  pursuant to
    31    clause (c) of subparagraph  two  of  para-
    32    graph c of subdivision six of section 3602
    33    of  the  education  law for the school aid
    34    computer listing produced by  the  commis-
    35    sioner  in  support  of the enacted budget
    36    for the 2007-08 school year  and  entitled
    37    "SA0708",  and  (B) with a combined wealth
    38    ratio less than seven  tenths  (0.7),  the
    39    2016-17 Remaining GEA.
    40  (v) Tier 4 shall equal, for school districts
    41    (1) designated as average need pursuant to
    42    clause  (c)  of  subparagraph two of para-
    43    graph c of subdivision six of section 3602
    44    of the education law for  the  school  aid
    45    computer  listing  produced by the commis-
    46    sioner in support of  the  enacted  budget
    47    for  the  2007-08 school year and entitled
    48    "SA0708", and (2) with a  combined  wealth
    49    ratio greater than seven tenths (0.7), the
    50    product   of   fifty-one  and  six  tenths
    51    percent (0.516) multiplied by the  2016-17
    52    Remaining GEA.

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     1  (vi)  The  final GEA payment shall equal the
     2    difference of the gap elimination  adjust-
     3    ment  for the 2015-16 school year less the
     4    sum of tiers 1 through 4 as provided here-
     5    in.  Notwithstanding  any provision of law
     6    to the contrary, such  final  GEA  payment
     7    shall  be  deemed  to  be  included  on an
     8    updated electronic data file in support of
     9    the enacted budget for the  2016-17  state
    10    fiscal year and entitled "SA161-7".
    11  Provided  further  that, notwithstanding any
    12    inconsistent provision  of  law,  for  the
    13    2016-2017  school  year,  in  lieu  of the
    14    apportionment computed pursuant to  subdi-
    15    vision  4 of section 3602 of the education
    16    law,  a  school  district,  other  than  a
    17    special  act school district as defined in
    18    subdivision  6  of  section  4001  of  the
    19    education  law,  from  funds  appropriated
    20    herein shall be eligible for total founda-
    21    tion aid equal to the  sum  of  the  total
    22    foundation  aid  base computed pursuant to
    23    paragraph j of subdivision  1  of  section
    24    3602  of  the  education law, plus (A) the
    25    phase-in foundation increase, plus (B) the
    26    executive foundation increase, plus (C) an
    27    amount equal to "COMMUNITY SCHOOLS AID" in
    28    the  computer  listing  produced  by   the
    29    commissioner  in  support of the executive
    30    budget request for the 2016-17 school year
    31    and entitled "BT161-7", provided, however,
    32    that such increase shall not be less  than
    33    the  due  minimum  as  provided herein nor
    34    more than the sum of (1)  the  product  of
    35    the  total  foundation  aid  base  for the
    36    2015-16  school  year  and   one   hundred
    37    fifteen percent (1.15) plus (2) the execu-
    38    tive  foundation  increase and plus (3) an
    39    amount equal to "COMMUNITY SCHOOLS AID" in
    40    the  computer  listing  produced  by   the
    41    commissioner  in  support of the executive
    42    budget request for the 2016-17 school year
    43    and entitled "BT161-7", provided that  for
    44    the purposes of this appropriation:
    45  (i)  "eligible  school  district"  shall  be
    46    defined as a district with  (a)  an  unre-
    47    stricted  aid  increase of less than seven
    48    percent (0.07) and (b) a three year  aver-
    49    age  free  and reduced price lunch percent
    50    greater than fifteen percent (0.15); and
    51  (ii) "unrestricted aid increase" shall  mean
    52    the  quotient arrived at when dividing (A)

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     1    the  sum  of  the   executive   foundation
     2    increase  plus the gap elimination adjust-
     3    ment for the base year, by (B) the differ-
     4    ence  of  foundation aid for the base year
     5    less the gap  elimination  adjustment  for
     6    the base year; and
     7  (iii)  "executive foundation increase" shall
     8    mean the difference of (A) the amounts set
     9    forth for each school district as "FOUNDA-
    10    TION AID" under the heading "2016-17 ESTI-
    11    MATED AIDS" in  the  school  aid  computer
    12    listing  produced  by  the commissioner in
    13    support of the  executive  budget  request
    14    for  the  2016-17 school year and entitled
    15    "BT161-7" less (B) the amounts  set  forth
    16    for  each  school  district as "FOUNDATION
    17    AID" under the heading "2015-16 BASE  YEAR
    18    AIDS" in such computer listing; and
    19  (iv)  "phase-in  foundation  increase" shall
    20    equal for an eligible school district  the
    21    product   of   the   phase-in   foundation
    22    increase factor multiplied by the positive
    23    difference, if any, of (A) the product  of
    24    the  total  aidable foundation pupil units
    25    multiplied  by  the  district's   selected
    26    foundation  aid less (B) the total founda-
    27    tion aid base computed pursuant  to  para-
    28    graph  j  of subdivision 1 of section 3602
    29    of the education law, where  the  phase-in
    30    foundation increase factor shall equal the
    31    greater of: (1) for a city school district
    32    in  a  city with a population of 1,000,000
    33    or more, seven and  seven  hundred  eighty
    34    four thousandths percent (0.07784); or (2)
    35    for  a city school district in a city with
    36    a population of more than 250,000 but less
    37    than  1,000,000  as  of  the  most  recent
    38    federal  decennial census, seven and three
    39    hundredths percent (0.0703); or (3) for  a
    40    city  school  district  in  a  city with a
    41    population of more than 200,000  but  less
    42    than 250,000 as of the most recent federal
    43    decennial   census,  six  and  seventy-two
    44    hundredths percent (0.0672); or (4) for  a
    45    city  school  district  in  a  city with a
    46    copulation of more than 150,000  but  less
    47    than 200,000 as if the most recent federal
    48    decennial  census,  six  and  seventy-four
    49    hundredths percent (0.0674); or (5) for  a
    50    city  school  district  in  a  city with a
    51    population of more than 125,000  but  less
    52    than 150,000 as of the most recent federal

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     1    decennial   census,  nine  and  fifty-five
     2    hundredths percent (0.0955);  or  (6)  for
     3    school  districts  that were designated as
     4    small  city  school  districts  or central
     5    school districts whose boundaries  include
     6    a  portion  of a small city for the school
     7    aid  computer  listing  produced  by   the
     8    commissioner  in  support  of  the enacted
     9    budget for the  2014-15  school  year  and
    10    entitled  "SA141-5" with a combined wealth
    11    ratio less than one and four tenths (1.4),
    12    nine percent  (0.09),  provided,  however,
    13    that  for  such  districts  that  are also
    14    districts designated as high  need  urban-
    15    suburban pursuant to clause (c) of subpar-
    16    agraph  two  of paragraph c of subdivision
    17    six of section 3602 of the  education  law
    18    for   the   school  aid  computer  listing
    19    produced by the commissioner in support of
    20    the enacted budget for the 2007-08  school
    21    year and entitled "SA0708", nine and seven
    22    hundred  and  nineteen thousandths percent
    23    (0.09719); or  (7)  for  school  districts
    24    designated  as high need rural pursuant to
    25    clause (c) of subparagraph  two  of  para-
    26    graph c of subdivision six of section 3602
    27    of  the  education  law for the school aid
    28    computer listing produced by  the  commis-
    29    sioner  in  support  of the enacted budget
    30    for the 2007-08 school year  and  entitled
    31    "SA0708",  thirteen and six tenths percent
    32    (0.136);  or  (8)  for  school   districts
    33    designated  as  high  need  urban suburban
    34    pursuant to clause (c) of subparagraph two
    35    of  paragraph  c  of  subdivision  six  of
    36    section  3602 of the education law for the
    37    school aid computer  listing  produced  by
    38    the commissioner in support of the enacted
    39    budget  for  the  two  thousand seven--two
    40    thousand eight school  year  and  entitled
    41    "SA0708",  seven  hundred  nineteen  thou-
    42    sandths percent (0.00719); or (9) for  all
    43    other  eligible  school  districts, forty-
    44    seven hundredths percent (0.0047); and
    45  (v) "Due Minimum" shall equal  the  positive
    46    difference,  if any, of (1) the product of
    47    (A) two percent (0.02) multiplied  by  (B)
    48    the difference of total foundation aid for
    49    the  base  year  less  the gap elimination
    50    adjustment for the base year, less (2) the
    51    sum of (A) the difference of  the  amounts
    52    set  forth  for  each  school  district as

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     1    "FOUNDATION AID" under the heading  "2016-
     2    17  ESTIMATED  AIDS"  in  the  school  aid
     3    computer listing produced by  the  commis-
     4    sioner  in support of the executive budget
     5    request for the 2016-17  school  year  and
     6    entitled  "BT161-7"  less  the amounts set
     7    forth for each school district as "FOUNDA-
     8    TION AID" under the heading "2015-16  BASE
     9    YEAR  AIDS"  in such computer listing plus
    10    (B) the gap elimination adjustment for the
    11    base year.
    12  Notwithstanding any  inconsistent  provision
    13    of law, no school district shall be eligi-
    14    ble   for   an  apportionment  of  general
    15    support for public schools from the  funds
    16    appropriated  for  the 2016-17 school year
    17    in excess of  the  amount  apportioned  to
    18    such  school district in the base year, as
    19    defined in subdivision 1 of  section  3602
    20    of  the  education law, unless such school
    21    district has submitted documentation  that
    22    has  been  approved by the commissioner of
    23    education by September 1  of  the  current
    24    year   demonstrating  that  it  has  fully
    25    implemented the standards  and  procedures
    26    for  conducting annual teacher and princi-
    27    pal evaluations of teachers and principals
    28    in accordance  with  the  requirements  of
    29    section  3012-d  of  the education law and
    30    the regulations issued by the  commission-
    31    er.  Provided  further that any apportion-
    32    ment withheld pursuant to  this  appropri-
    33    ation  shall not occur prior to April 1 of
    34    the current year and shall  not  have  any
    35    effect  on  the  base year calculation for
    36    use in the subsequent school year.
    37  Provided further that, if  any  payments  of
    38    ineligible  amounts  pursuant to the imme-
    39    diately preceding paragraph of this appro-
    40    priation were made, the  total  amount  of
    41    such   payments  shall  be  deducted  from
    42    future payments to  the  school  district;
    43    provided  further  that,  if the amount of
    44    the deduction is greater than the  sum  of
    45    the  amounts available for such deductions
    46    in the applicable school year, the remain-
    47    der of the  deduction  shall  be  withheld
    48    from   payments  from  funds  appropriated
    49    herein scheduled to be made to the  school
    50    district pursuant to section 3609-a of the
    51    education  law  for  the subsequent school
    52    year.

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     1  Provided further  that  notwithstanding  any
     2    inconsistent  provision  of  law,  for the
     3    purposes  of  this  appropriation  and  of
     4    calculating  the  allocable  growth amount
     5    for  the  2016-17  school year pursuant to
     6    paragraph gg of subdivision 1  of  section
     7    3602  of  the education law, the allowable
     8    growth amount shall equal the sum  of  (i)
     9    the  product of the positive difference of
    10    the personal  income  growth  index  minus
    11    one,  multiplied by the statewide total of
    12    the sum of (1) the apportionments, includ-
    13    ing the gap elimination adjustment for the
    14    base year pursuant to  subdivision  17  of
    15    section 3602 of the education law, due and
    16    owing  during  the  base  year  to  school
    17    districts and boards of cooperative educa-
    18    tional services from the  general  support
    19    for public schools as computed based on an
    20    electronic  data  file used to produce the
    21    school aid computer  listing  produced  by
    22    the commissioner in support of the enacted
    23    budget  for  the  base year, excluding any
    24    such apportionments appropriated for  such
    25    purpose from the commercial gaming revenue
    26    fund   plus  (2)  the  competitive  awards
    27    amount  for  the  base  year,   and   (ii)
    28    $519,000,000.
    29  Provided  further  that  notwithstanding any
    30    provision of  law  to  the  contrary,  the
    31    competitive  awards amount for purposes of
    32    calculating the  allocable  growth  amount
    33    shall   be  $28,000,000  for  the  2016-17
    34    school year.
    35  Provided further  that  notwithstanding  any
    36    provision  of law to the contrary, for the
    37    2016-17 school  year,  the  apportionments
    38    computed  pursuant to subdivisions 5-a, 12
    39    and 16 of section 3602  of  the  education
    40    law  shall  equal  the  amounts set forth,
    41    respectively, for such school district  as
    42    "SUPPLEMENTAL  PUB EXCESS COST", "ACADEMIC
    43    ENHANCEMENT" and "HIGH TAX AID" under  the
    44    heading  "2015-16  ESTIMATED  AIDS" in the
    45    school aid computer  listing  produced  by
    46    the  commissioner  of education in support
    47    of the  enacted  budget  for  the  2015-16
    48    school year and entitled "SA151-6".
    49  Provided  further  that  notwithstanding any
    50    provision of law, rule  or  regulation  to
    51    the  contrary, for the 2016-17 school year
    52    a school district shall be eligible for an

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     1    apportionment computed pursuant to section
     2    3602-e of the education law equal  to  the
     3    amount  set forth for such school district
     4    as  "UNIVERSAL  PREKINDERGARTEN" under the
     5    heading "2015-16 ESTIMATED  AIDS"  in  the
     6    school  aid  computer  listing produced by
     7    the commissioner of education  in  support
     8    of  the budget for the 2015-16 school year
     9    and entitled "SA151-6".
    10  Provided further that to the extent required
    11    by federal law, each board of  cooperative
    12    educational  services  receiving a payment
    13    pursuant to section 3609-d of  the  educa-
    14    tion  law in the 2016-17 school year shall
    15    be required to set aside from such payment
    16    an amount not  less  than  the  amount  of
    17    state aid received pursuant to subdivision
    18    5  of section 1950 of the education law in
    19    the base year  that  was  attributable  to
    20    cooperative  services agreements (CO-SERs)
    21    for career education, as determined by the
    22    commissioner of education,  and  shall  be
    23    required  to  use  such  amount to support
    24    career education programs in  the  current
    25    year.
    26  Provided  further  that, notwithstanding any
    27    inconsistent provision of law, subject  to
    28    the  approval of the director of the budg-
    29    et,  funds  appropriated  herein  may   be
    30    interchanged with any other item of appro-
    31    priation  for  general  support for public
    32    schools  within  the  general  fund  local
    33    assistance  account  office of pre-kinder-
    34    garten  through  grade  twelve   education
    35    program.  Notwithstanding any provision of
    36    law to the  contrary,  funds  appropriated
    37    herein  shall  be available for payment of
    38    liabilities heretofore accrued or hereaft-
    39    er to accrue.
    40  Notwithstanding any other law, rule or regu-
    41    lation to the contrary, funds appropriated
    42    herein shall be available for  payment  of
    43    financial  assistance net of any disallow-
    44    ances, refunds, reimbursement and credits,
    45    and may be suballocated to  other  depart-
    46    ments   and  agencies  to  accomplish  the
    47    intent of this  appropriation  subject  to
    48    the  approval of the director of the budg-
    49    et. Notwithstanding any provision  of  law
    50    to  the contrary, this appropriation shall
    51    supersede and  replace  any  appropriation
    52    for this item covering fiscal year 2016-17

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     1    set  forth  in  chapter  53 of the laws of
     2    2015 (21701) ............................ 13,808,474,000
     3  For  remaining 2015-16 and prior school year
     4    obligations, including aid for such school
     5    years payable pursuant to  section  3609-d
     6    of   the   education  law,  provided  that
     7    notwithstanding any provision  of  law  to
     8    the   contrary,   the  commissioner  shall
     9    reduce payments due to each  district  for
    10    the  2016-17 state fiscal year pursuant to
    11    section 3609-a of the education law by  an
    12    amount   based   on  the  gap  elimination
    13    adjustment for  2015-16  school  year  for
    14    such  district, where such amount shall be
    15    deducted from moneys apportioned  for  the
    16    purposes  of payments made for the 2015-16
    17    school year pursuant to section 3609-a  of
    18    the  education  law,  and provided further
    19    that the gap  elimination  adjustment  for
    20    the  2015-16  school  year shall equal the
    21    amount set forth for each school  district
    22    as  "GAP ELIMINATION ADJUSTMENT" under the
    23    heading "2015-16 ESTIMATED  AIDS"  in  the
    24    school  aid  computer  listing produced by
    25    the commissioner in support of the enacted
    26    budget for the  2015-16  school  year  and
    27    entitled "SA151-6", and provided, further,
    28    that   notwithstanding   any  inconsistent
    29    provision of law, subject to the  approval
    30    of  the  director  of  the  budget,  funds
    31    appropriated herein  may  be  interchanged
    32    with  any  other item of appropriation for
    33    general support for public schools  within
    34    the  general fund local assistance account
    35    office of pre-kindergarten  through  grade
    36    twelve education program.
    37  Notwithstanding any other law, rule or regu-
    38    lation to the contrary, funds appropriated
    39    herein  shall  be available for payment of
    40    financial assistance net of any  disallow-
    41    ances, refunds, reimbursement and credits,
    42    and  may  be suballocated to other depart-
    43    ments  and  agencies  to  accomplish   the
    44    intent  of  this  appropriation subject to
    45    the approval of the director of the  budg-
    46    et.  Notwithstanding  any provision of law
    47    to the contrary, funds appropriated herein
    48    shall be available for payment of  liabil-
    49    ities  heretofore  accrued or hereafter to
    50    accrue. Notwithstanding any  provision  of
    51    law  to  the  contrary, this appropriation

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     1    shall supersede and replace any  appropri-
     2    ation  for  this item covering fiscal year
     3    2016-17  set  forth  in  chapter 53 of the
     4    laws of 2015 (21882) ..................... 6,448,085,000
     5  Funds appropriated herein shall be available
     6    for reimbursement  for  the  education  of
     7    homeless  children and youth for the 2016-
     8    17 school year pursuant to section 3209 of
     9    the education law, including reimbursement
    10    for expenditures for the transportation of
    11    homeless children pursuant to paragraph  b
    12    of  subdivision  4  of section 3209 of the
    13    education law, up to  the  amount  of  the
    14    approved  costs of the most cost-effective
    15    mode of transportation, in accordance with
    16    a plan prepared  by  the  commissioner  of
    17    education  and approved by the director of
    18    the budget provided that  in  the  2016-17
    19    state  fiscal  year the sum of $30,000 may
    20    be transferred to the credit of the  state
    21    purposes  account  of  the state education
    22    department to carry out  the  purposes  of
    23    such  section relating to reimbursement of
    24    youth shelters  transporting  such  pupils
    25    and provided further that, notwithstanding
    26    any inconsistent provision of law, subject
    27    to  the  approval  of  the director of the
    28    budget, funds appropriated herein  may  be
    29    interchanged with any other item of appro-
    30    priation  for  general  support for public
    31    schools  within  the  general  fund  local
    32    assistance  account  office of pre-kinder-
    33    garten  through  grade  twelve   education
    34    program.
    35  Notwithstanding any other law, rule or regu-
    36    lation to the contrary, funds appropriated
    37    herein  shall  be available for payment of
    38    financial assistance net of any  disallow-
    39    ances, refunds, reimbursement and credits,
    40    and  may  be suballocated to other depart-
    41    ments  and  agencies  to  accomplish   the
    42    intent  of  this  appropriation subject to
    43    the approval of the director of the  budg-
    44    et.  Notwithstanding  any provision of law
    45    to the contrary, funds appropriated herein
    46    shall be available for payment of  liabil-
    47    ities  heretofore  accrued or hereafter to
    48    accrue. Notwithstanding any  provision  of
    49    law  to  the  contrary, this appropriation
    50    shall supersede and replace any  appropri-
    51    ation  for  this item covering fiscal year

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     1    2016-17 set forth in  chapter  53  of  the
     2    laws of 2015 (21746) ........................ 18,883,000
     3  Funds appropriated herein shall be available
     4    during  the 2016-17 school year for bilin-
     5    gual education grants to school districts,
     6    boards    of    cooperative    educational
     7    services,  colleges  and universities, and
     8    an entity, chosen  through  a  competitive
     9    procurement process, to assist schools and
    10    districts  to  conduct self assessments to
    11    identify areas that need to  be  strength-
    12    ened  and  to  ensure  compliance with the
    13    various federal, state and local laws that
    14    govern  limited  English  proficiency  and
    15    English   language   learning   education,
    16    provided, however, that the  sum  of  such
    17    grants  shall  not  exceed $14,500,000 for
    18    the  2016-17  school  year,  and  provided
    19    further  that,  notwithstanding any incon-
    20    sistent provision of law, subject  to  the
    21    approval  of  the  director of the budget,
    22    funds appropriated herein  may  be  inter-
    23    changed  with  any other item of appropri-
    24    ation  for  general  support  for   public
    25    schools  within  the  general  fund  local
    26    assistance account office  of  pre-kinder-
    27    garten   through  grade  twelve  education
    28    program.
    29  Notwithstanding any other law, rule or regu-
    30    lation to the contrary, funds appropriated
    31    herein shall be available for  payment  of
    32    financial  assistance net of any disallow-
    33    ances, refunds, reimbursement and credits,
    34    and may be suballocated to  other  depart-
    35    ments   and  agencies  to  accomplish  the
    36    intent of this  appropriation  subject  to
    37    the  approval of the director of the budg-
    38    et. Notwithstanding any provision  of  law
    39    to the contrary, funds appropriated herein
    40    shall  be available for payment of liabil-
    41    ities heretofore accrued or  hereafter  to
    42    accrue.  Notwithstanding  any provision of
    43    law to the  contrary,  this  appropriation
    44    shall  supersede and replace any appropri-
    45    ation for this item covering  fiscal  year
    46    2016-17  set  forth  in  chapter 53 of the
    47    laws of 2015 (21747) ........................ 10,150,000
    48  For an additional one million dollars in the
    49    2016-17 school year to  support  bilingual
    50    education ...................................... 700,000
    51  Funds appropriated herein shall be available
    52    in  the  2016-17  school  year  for school

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     1    districts and boards of cooperative educa-
     2    tional services applications  for  funding
     3    of  approved  learning technology programs
     4    approved by the commissioner of education,
     5    including  services  benefiting  nonpublic
     6    school students, pursuant  to  regulations
     7    promulgated  by the commissioner of educa-
     8    tion and approved by the director  of  the
     9    budget. Provided, however, that the sum of
    10    such  grants  shall  not exceed $3,285,000
    11    for the 2016-17 school year, and  provided
    12    further  that,  notwithstanding any incon-
    13    sistent provision of law, subject  to  the
    14    approval  of  the  director of the budget,
    15    funds appropriated herein  may  be  inter-
    16    changed  with  any other item of appropri-
    17    ation  for  general  support  for   public
    18    schools  within  the  general  fund  local
    19    assistance account office  of  pre-kinder-
    20    garten   through  grade  twelve  education
    21    program.
    22  Notwithstanding any other law, rule or regu-
    23    lation to the contrary, funds appropriated
    24    herein shall be available for  payment  of
    25    financial  assistance net of any disallow-
    26    ances, refunds, reimbursement and credits,
    27    and may be suballocated to  other  depart-
    28    ments   and  agencies  to  accomplish  the
    29    intent of this  appropriation  subject  to
    30    the  approval of the director of the budg-
    31    et. Notwithstanding any provision  of  law
    32    to the contrary, funds appropriated herein
    33    shall  be available for payment of liabil-
    34    ities heretofore accrued or  hereafter  to
    35    accrue.  Notwithstanding  any provision of
    36    law to the  contrary,  this  appropriation
    37    shall  supersede and replace any appropri-
    38    ation for this item covering  fiscal  year
    39    2016-17  set  forth  in  chapter 53 of the
    40    laws of 2015 (21748) ......................... 2,300,000
    41  Funds appropriated herein shall be available
    42    for the voluntary interdistrict  urban-su-
    43    burban  transfer  program  aid pursuant to
    44    subdivision 15  of  section  3602  of  the
    45    education law for the 2016-17 school year,
    46    provided  that  notwithstanding any incon-
    47    sistent provision of law, subject  to  the
    48    approval  of  the  director of the budget,
    49    funds appropriated herein  may  be  inter-
    50    changed  with  any other item of appropri-
    51    ation  for  general  support  for   public
    52    schools  within  the  general  fund  local

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     1    assistance account office  of  pre-kinder-
     2    garten   through  grade  twelve  education
     3    program.
     4  Notwithstanding any other law, rule or regu-
     5    lation to the contrary, funds appropriated
     6    herein  shall  be available for payment of
     7    financial assistance net of any  disallow-
     8    ances, refunds, reimbursement and credits,
     9    and  may  be suballocated to other depart-
    10    ments  and  agencies  to  accomplish   the
    11    intent  of  this  appropriation subject to
    12    the approval of the director of the  budg-
    13    et.  Notwithstanding  any provision of law
    14    to the contrary, funds appropriated herein
    15    shall be available for payment of  liabil-
    16    ities  heretofore  accrued or hereafter to
    17    accrue. Notwithstanding any  provision  of
    18    law  to  the  contrary, this appropriation
    19    shall supersede and replace any  appropri-
    20    ation  for  this item covering fiscal year
    21    2016-17 set forth in  chapter  53  of  the
    22    laws of 2015 (21749) ......................... 4,438,000
    23  Funds appropriated herein shall be available
    24    for  additional apportionments of building
    25    aid for school districts educating  pupils
    26    residing on Indian reservations calculated
    27    pursuant  to  subdivision  6-a  of section
    28    3602 of the education law for the  2016-17
    29    school year provided that, notwithstanding
    30    any inconsistent provision of law, subject
    31    to  the  approval  of  the director of the
    32    budget, funds appropriated herein  may  be
    33    interchanged with any other item of appro-
    34    priation  for  general  support for public
    35    schools  within  the  general  fund  local
    36    assistance  account  office of pre-kinder-
    37    garten  through  grade  twelve   education
    38    program.
    39  Notwithstanding any other law, rule or regu-
    40    lation to the contrary, funds appropriated
    41    herein  shall  be available for payment of
    42    financial assistance net of any  disallow-
    43    ances, refunds, reimbursement and credits,
    44    and  may  be suballocated to other depart-
    45    ments  and  agencies  to  accomplish   the
    46    intent  of  this  appropriation subject to
    47    the approval of the director of the  budg-
    48    et.  Notwithstanding  any provision of law
    49    to the contrary, funds appropriated herein
    50    shall be available for payment of  liabil-
    51    ities  heretofore  accrued or hereafter to
    52    accrue. Notwithstanding any  provision  of

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     1    law  to  the  contrary, this appropriation
     2    shall supersede and replace any  appropri-
     3    ation  for  this item covering fiscal year
     4    2016-17  set  forth  in  chapter 53 of the
     5    laws of 2015 (21750) ......................... 3,500,000
     6  Funds appropriated herein shall be available
     7    during the 2016-17  school  year  for  the
     8    education  of youth incarcerated in county
     9    correctional facilities pursuant to subdi-
    10    vision 13 of section 3602 of the education
    11    law,  provided  that  notwithstanding  any
    12    inconsistent  provision of law, subject to
    13    the approval of the director of the  budg-
    14    et,   funds  appropriated  herein  may  be
    15    interchanged with any other item of appro-
    16    priation for general  support  for  public
    17    schools  within  the  general  fund  local
    18    assistance account office  of  pre-kinder-
    19    garten   through  grade  twelve  education
    20    program.
    21  Notwithstanding any other law, rule or regu-
    22    lation to the contrary, funds appropriated
    23    herein shall be available for  payment  of
    24    financial  assistance net of any disallow-
    25    ances, refunds, reimbursement and credits,
    26    and may be suballocated to  other  depart-
    27    ments   and  agencies  to  accomplish  the
    28    intent of this  appropriation  subject  to
    29    the  approval of the director of the budg-
    30    et. Notwithstanding any provision  of  law
    31    to the contrary, funds appropriated herein
    32    shall  be available for payment of liabil-
    33    ities heretofore accrued or  hereafter  to
    34    accrue.  Notwithstanding  any provision of
    35    law to the  contrary,  this  appropriation
    36    shall  supersede and replace any appropri-
    37    ation for this item covering  fiscal  year
    38    2016-17  set  forth  in  chapter 53 of the
    39    laws of 2015 (21751) ........................ 12,250,000
    40  Funds appropriated herein shall be available
    41    for the 2016-17 school year for the educa-
    42    tion of students who reside  in  a  school
    43    operated by the office of mental health or
    44    the  office  of  people with developmental
    45    disabilities pursuant to subdivision 5  of
    46    section   3202   of   the  education  law,
    47    provided that, notwithstanding any  incon-
    48    sistent  provision  of law, subject to the
    49    approval of the director  of  the  budget,
    50    funds  appropriated  herein  may be inter-
    51    changed with any other item  of  appropri-
    52    ation   for  general  support  for  public

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     1    schools  within  the  general  fund  local
     2    assistance  account  office of pre-kinder-
     3    garten  through  grade  twelve   education
     4    program.
     5  Notwithstanding any other law, rule or regu-
     6    lation to the contrary, funds appropriated
     7    herein  shall  be available for payment of
     8    financial assistance net of any  disallow-
     9    ances, refunds, reimbursement and credits,
    10    and  may  be suballocated to other depart-
    11    ments  and  agencies  to  accomplish   the
    12    intent  of  this  appropriation subject to
    13    the approval of the director of the  budg-
    14    et.  Notwithstanding  any provision of law
    15    to the contrary, funds appropriated herein
    16    shall be available for payment of  liabil-
    17    ities  heretofore  accrued or hereafter to
    18    accrue. Notwithstanding any  provision  of
    19    law  to  the  contrary, this appropriation
    20    shall supersede and replace any  appropri-
    21    ation  for  this item covering fiscal year
    22    2016-17 set forth in  chapter  53  of  the
    23    laws of 2015 (21752) ........................ 46,200,000
    24  Funds appropriated herein shall be available
    25    for  building  aid  payable in the 2016-17
    26    school  year   to   special   act   school
    27    districts,  provided  that  subject to the
    28    approval of the director  of  the  budget,
    29    such funds may be used for payments to the
    30    dormitory  authority on behalf of eligible
    31    special act school districts  pursuant  to
    32    chapter  737  of the laws of 1988 provided
    33    that,  notwithstanding  any   inconsistent
    34    provision  of law, subject to the approval
    35    of  the  director  of  the  budget,  funds
    36    appropriated  herein  may  be interchanged
    37    with any other item of  appropriation  for
    38    general  support for public schools within
    39    the general fund local assistance  account
    40    office  of  pre-kindergarten through grade
    41    twelve education program.
    42  Notwithstanding any other law, rule or regu-
    43    lation to the contrary, funds appropriated
    44    herein shall be available for  payment  of
    45    financial  assistance net of any disallow-
    46    ances, refunds, reimbursement and credits,
    47    and may be suballocated to  other  depart-
    48    ments   and  agencies  to  accomplish  the
    49    intent of this  appropriation  subject  to
    50    the  approval of the director of the budg-
    51    et. Notwithstanding any provision  of  law
    52    to the contrary, funds appropriated herein

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     1    shall  be available for payment of liabil-
     2    ities heretofore accrued or  hereafter  to
     3    accrue.  Notwithstanding  any provision of
     4    law  to  the  contrary, this appropriation
     5    shall supersede and replace any  appropri-
     6    ation  for  this item covering fiscal year
     7    2016-17 set forth in  chapter  53  of  the
     8    laws of 2015 (21753) ......................... 1,890,000
     9  Funds appropriated herein shall be available
    10    for  school  bus  driver  training grants,
    11    provided  that  for  aid  payable  in  the
    12    2016-17  school  year, the commissioner of
    13    education shall allocate school bus driver
    14    training grants, not to exceed $400,000 in
    15    the  2016-17  school   year,   to   school
    16    districts and boards of cooperative educa-
    17    tional   services   pursuant  to  sections
    18    3650-a, 3650-b and 3650-c of the education
    19    law, or for contracts directly  with  not-
    20    for-profit  educational  organizations for
    21    the  purposes   of   this   appropriation,
    22    provided  that, notwithstanding any incon-
    23    sistent provision of law, subject  to  the
    24    approval  of  the  director of the budget,
    25    funds appropriated herein  may  be  inter-
    26    changed  with  any other item of appropri-
    27    ation  for  general  support  for   public
    28    schools  within  the  general  fund  local
    29    assistance account office  of  pre-kinder-
    30    garten   through  grade  twelve  education
    31    program.
    32  Notwithstanding any other law, rule or regu-
    33    lation to the contrary, funds appropriated
    34    herein shall be available for  payment  of
    35    financial  assistance net of any disallow-
    36    ances, refunds, reimbursement and credits,
    37    and may be suballocated to  other  depart-
    38    ments   and  agencies  to  accomplish  the
    39    intent of this  appropriation  subject  to
    40    the  approval of the director of the budg-
    41    et. Notwithstanding any provision  of  law
    42    to the contrary, funds appropriated herein
    43    shall  be available for payment of liabil-
    44    ities heretofore accrued or  hereafter  to
    45    accrue.  Notwithstanding  any provision of
    46    law to the  contrary,  this  appropriation
    47    shall  supersede and replace any appropri-
    48    ation for this item covering  fiscal  year
    49    2016-17  set  forth  in  chapter 53 of the
    50    laws of 2015 (21754) ........................... 280,000
    51  Funds appropriated herein shall be available
    52    for services and expenses of a  $2,000,000

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     1    teacher   mentor  intern  program  in  the
     2    2016-17   school   year,   provided   that
     3    notwithstanding any inconsistent provision
     4    of  law,  subject  to  the approval of the
     5    director of the budget, funds appropriated
     6    herein may be interchanged with any  other
     7    item  of appropriation for general support
     8    for public schools within the general fund
     9    local assistance account  office  of  pre-
    10    kindergarten  through  grade twelve educa-
    11    tion program.
    12  Notwithstanding any other law, rule or regu-
    13    lation to the contrary, funds appropriated
    14    herein shall be available for  payment  of
    15    financial  assistance net of any disallow-
    16    ances, refunds, reimbursement and credits,
    17    and may be suballocated to  other  depart-
    18    ments   and  agencies  to  accomplish  the
    19    intent of this  appropriation  subject  to
    20    the  approval of the director of the budg-
    21    et. Notwithstanding any provision  of  law
    22    to the contrary, funds appropriated herein
    23    shall  be available for payment of liabil-
    24    ities heretofore accrued or  hereafter  to
    25    accrue.  Notwithstanding  any provision of
    26    law to the  contrary,  this  appropriation
    27    shall  supersede and replace any appropri-
    28    ation for this item covering  fiscal  year
    29    2016-17  set  forth  in  chapter 53 of the
    30    laws of 2015 (23485) ......................... 1,400,000
    31  Funds appropriated herein shall be available
    32    for services and expenses of a $12,000,000
    33    special   academic   improvement    grants
    34    program in the 2016-17 school year payable
    35    pursuant to subdivision 11 of section 3641
    36    of   the   education  law,  provided  that
    37    notwithstanding any provisions of  law  to
    38    the  contrary, such funds shall be paid in
    39    accordance with a  schedule  developed  by
    40    the commissioner of education and approved
    41    by  the  director  of  the budget provided
    42    that,  notwithstanding  any   inconsistent
    43    provision  of law, subject to the approval
    44    of  the  director  of  the  budget,  funds
    45    appropriated  herein  may  be interchanged
    46    with any other item of  appropriation  for
    47    general  support for public schools within
    48    the general fund local assistance  account
    49    office  of  pre-kindergarten through grade
    50    twelve education program.
    51  Notwithstanding any other law, rule or regu-
    52    lation to the contrary, funds appropriated

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     1    herein shall be available for  payment  of
     2    financial  assistance net of any disallow-
     3    ances, refunds, reimbursement and credits,
     4    and  may  be suballocated to other depart-
     5    ments  and  agencies  to  accomplish   the
     6    intent  of  this  appropriation subject to
     7    the approval of the director of the  budg-
     8    et.  Notwithstanding  any provision of law
     9    to the contrary, funds appropriated herein
    10    shall be available for payment of  liabil-
    11    ities  heretofore  accrued or hereafter to
    12    accrue. Notwithstanding any  provision  of
    13    law  to  the  contrary, this appropriation
    14    shall supersede and replace any  appropri-
    15    ation  for  this item covering fiscal year
    16    2016-17 set forth in  chapter  53  of  the
    17    laws of 2015 (21755) ......................... 8,400,000
    18  For the education of Native Americans in the
    19    2016-17  or  prior  school  years.   Funds
    20    appropriated herein  shall  be  considered
    21    general  support  for  public  schools and
    22    shall be paid in accordance with a  sched-
    23    ule   developed  by  the  commissioner  of
    24    education and approved by the director  of
    25    the  budget. Notwithstanding any provision
    26    of law to the  contrary,  subject  to  the
    27    approval  of  the  director of the budget,
    28    funds appropriated herein  may  be  inter-
    29    changed  with  any other item of appropri-
    30    ation  for  general  support  for   public
    31    schools  within  the  general  fund  local
    32    assistance account office  of  pre-kinder-
    33    garten   through  grade  twelve  education
    34    program.
    35  Notwithstanding any other law, rule or regu-
    36    lation to the contrary, funds appropriated
    37    herein shall be available for  payment  of
    38    financial assistance, net of any disallow-
    39    ances,  refunds,  reimbursements and cred-
    40    its, and  may  be  suballocated  to  other
    41    departments and agencies to accomplish the
    42    intent  of  this  appropriation subject to
    43    approval of the director  of  the  budget.
    44    Notwithstanding  any  provision  of law to
    45    the contrary,  funds  appropriated  herein
    46    shall  be available for payment of liabil-
    47    ities heretofore accrued or  hereafter  to
    48    accrue.  Notwithstanding  any provision of
    49    law to the  contrary,  this  appropriation
    50    shall  supersede and replace any appropri-
    51    ation for this item covering  fiscal  year

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     1    2016-17  set  forth  in  chapter 53 of the
     2    laws of 2015 (21756) ........................ 33,601,000
     3  For  school health services grants to public
     4    schools totaling $13,840,000 in the  2016-
     5    17  school  year;  provided that, notwith-
     6    standing any  provisions  of  law  to  the
     7    contrary,  in addition to any other appor-
     8    tionment, such grants shall only be  paya-
     9    ble  to any city school district in a city
    10    having a population in excess of  125,000,
    11    and  less  than 1,000,000 inhabitants, and
    12    such district shall be eligible to receive
    13    the same amount it was eligible to receive
    14    for the 2010-11 school year.  Funds appro-
    15    priated herein shall be considered general
    16    support for public schools  and  shall  be
    17    paid  in accordance with a schedule devel-
    18    oped by the commissioner of education  and
    19    approved by the director of the budget.
    20  Notwithstanding  any provision of law to the
    21    contrary, subject to the approval  of  the
    22    director of the budget, funds appropriated
    23    herein  may be interchanged with any other
    24    item of appropriation for general  support
    25    for public schools within the general fund
    26    local  assistance  account  office of pre-
    27    kindergarten through grade  twelve  educa-
    28    tion  program.  Notwithstanding  any other
    29    law, rule or regulation to  the  contrary,
    30    funds  appropriated herein shall be avail-
    31    able for payment of financial  assistance,
    32    net   of   any   disallowances,   refunds,
    33    reimbursements and  credits,  and  may  be
    34    suballocated   to  other  departments  and
    35    agencies to accomplish the intent of  this
    36    appropriation  subject  to the approval of
    37    the director of the budget.  Notwithstand-
    38    ing any provision of law to the  contrary,
    39    funds  appropriated herein shall be avail-
    40    able for payment of liabilities heretofore
    41    accrued or hereafter to accrue.   Notwith-
    42    standing  any  provision  of  law  to  the
    43    contrary, this appropriation shall  super-
    44    sede  and  replace  any  appropriation for
    45    this item covering fiscal year 2016-17 set
    46    forth in chapter 53 of the  laws  of  2015
    47    (21757) ...................................... 9,688,000
    48  For additional school health services grants
    49    to  the Rochester City School District for
    50    the 2016-17 school year ...................... 1,200,000
    51  For additional school health services grants

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     1    to the Buffalo City  School  District  for
     2    the 2016-17 school year ...................... 1,200,000
     3  For  the  teachers  of  tomorrow  awards  to
     4    school districts for  the  2016-17  school
     5    year   in   the   amount  of  $25,000,000,
     6    provided that  $5,000,000  of  this  total
     7    amount  shall  be  made  available  for  a
     8    program to be developed by the commission-
     9    er  of  education  to  attract   qualified
    10    teachers   that   have  received  or  will
    11    receive  a  transitional  certificate  and
    12    agree to teach mathematics or science in a
    13    low  performing  school,  further provided
    14    that of this $5,000,000, a total of up  to
    15    $500,000   shall  be  made  available  for
    16    demonstration programs in the Yonkers  and
    17    Syracuse city school districts to increase
    18    the  number  of teachers in such districts
    19    who teach math, science and related  areas
    20    and  who  have such a transitional certif-
    21    icate, and provided further that  notwith-
    22    standing any inconsistent provision of law
    23    of  this $5,000,000, a total of $1,000,000
    24    shall be  made  available  as  a  matching
    25    grant  to  colleges  and  universities  to
    26    support programs designed to  recruit  and
    27    train math and science teachers based on a
    28    proven  national  model  that  results  in
    29    improved student achievement and  enhanced
    30    teacher retention in the classroom.
    31  Funds  appropriated  herein shall be consid-
    32    ered general support for  public  schools.
    33    Notwithstanding  any  provision  of law to
    34    the contrary,  funds  appropriated  herein
    35    may be interchanged with any other item of
    36    appropriation   for  general  support  for
    37    public schools  within  the  general  fund
    38    local  assistance  account  office of pre-
    39    kindergarten through grade  twelve  educa-
    40    tion program.
    41  Notwithstanding any other law, rule or regu-
    42    lation to the contrary, funds appropriated
    43    herein  shall  be available for payment of
    44    financial assistance, net of any disallow-
    45    ances, refunds, reimbursements  and  cred-
    46    its,  may be suballocated to other depart-
    47    ments  and  agencies  to  accomplish   the
    48    intent  of  this  appropriation subject to
    49    approval of the director  of  the  budget.
    50    Notwithstanding  any  provision  of law to
    51    the contrary,  funds  appropriated  herein
    52    shall  be available for payment of liabil-

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     1    ities heretofore accrued or  hereafter  to
     2    accrue.  Notwithstanding  any provision of
     3    law to the  contrary,  this  appropriation
     4    shall  supersede and replace any appropri-
     5    ation for this item covering  fiscal  year
     6    2016-17  set  forth  in  chapter 53 of the
     7    laws of 2015 (21759) ........................ 17,500,000
     8  For payment of employment preparation educa-
     9    tion  aid  for  the  2016-17  school  year
    10    pursuant  to paragraph e of subdivision 11
    11    of section 3602 of the education law.
    12  Notwithstanding any provision of law to  the
    13    contrary, funds appropriated herein may be
    14    suballocated,  subject  to the approval of
    15    the  director  of  the  budget,  to  other
    16    departments and agencies to accomplish the
    17    intent  of  this appropriation and subject
    18    to the approval of  the  director  of  the
    19    budget,  such  funds shall be available to
    20    the  department  net   of   disallowances,
    21    refunds, reimbursements and credits.
    22  Funds  appropriated  herein shall be consid-
    23    ered general support for  public  schools.
    24    Notwithstanding  any  provision  of law to
    25    the contrary,  funds  appropriated  herein
    26    may be interchanged with any other item of
    27    appropriation   for  general  support  for
    28    public schools  within  the  general  fund
    29    local  assistance  account  office of pre-
    30    kindergarten through grade  twelve  educa-
    31    tion    program.    Notwithstanding    any
    32    provision of law to  the  contrary,  funds
    33    appropriated herein shall be available for
    34    payment  of liabilities heretofore accrued
    35    or hereafter  to  accrue.  Notwithstanding
    36    any provision of law to the contrary, this
    37    appropriation  shall supersede and replace
    38    any appropriation for this  item  covering
    39    fiscal  year  2016-17 set forth in chapter
    40    53 of the laws of 2015 (21762) .............. 96,000,000
    41  For the New York  City  School  District  to
    42    provide  assistance targeted toward middle
    43    school students who would qualify for  the
    44    free  and  reduced price lunch program for
    45    the Specialized High School Admission Test
    46    in the 2016-17 school year, provided  that
    47    $250,000 of the amount appropriated herein
    48    shall  be  awarded  to  the  Brooklyn Tech
    49    Alumni  Foundation  for  the  purposes  of
    50    increasing  the number of underrepresented
    51    populations in such schools  through  test
    52    preparation and other support programs ....... 1,000,000

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                                  EDUCATION DEPARTMENT
 
                               AID TO LOCALITIES   2016-17

     1  For  the  New York City Department of Educa-
     2    tion to distribute $350,000 among special-
     3    ized high schools requiring  the  Special-
     4    ized  High  Schools  Admissions  Test  for
     5    admission  to  fund  outreach coordinators
     6    with relevant outreach  material  at  each
     7    specialized   high   school   to   conduct
     8    outreach   in   underrepresented    middle
     9    schools,  and  that $650,000 of the amount
    10    appropriated herein shall  be  distributed
    11    among  specialized  high schools requiring
    12    the Specialized  High  Schools  Admissions
    13    Test  to  provide  middle  school students
    14    from underrepresented populations at  such
    15    schools test preparatory programs in prep-
    16    aration  for  the  Specialized High School
    17    Admissions Test in  the  2016-2017  school
    18    year ......................................... 1,000,000
    19  For   reimbursement  of  supplemental  basic
    20    tuition payments to charter  schools  made
    21    by  school districts in the 2015-16 school
    22    year, as defined by paragraph a of  subdi-
    23    vision  1 of section 2856 of the education
    24    law (55907) ................................. 42,400,000
    25  For additional  grants  in  aid  to  certain
    26    school  districts,  public  libraries, and
    27    not-for-profit institutions. Notwithstand-
    28    ing any provision of law to the  contrary,
    29    this appropriation shall be allocated only
    30    pursuant  to a plan setting forth an item-
    31    ized list of grantees with the  amount  to
    32    be  received  by  each, or the methodology
    33    for allocating  this  appropriation.  Such
    34    plan  shall  be subject to the approval of
    35    the temporary president of the senate  and
    36    the  director of the budget and thereafter
    37    shall be included in a resolution  calling
    38    for  the expenditure of such monies, which
    39    resolution must be approved by a  majority
    40    vote  of all members elected to the senate
    41    upon a roll call vote. Provided,  however,
    42    that  funds  appropriated  herein shall be
    43    made available on or after April 1,  2017.
    44    Notwithstanding  section  40  of the state
    45    finance law or any provision of law to the
    46    contrary, this appropriation  shall  lapse
    47    on March 31, 2018 ........................... 54,820,000
    48  For   community  schools  grants  to  school
    49    districts with schools designated  by  the
    50    commissioner   of  education  pursuant  to
    51    paragraphs a or  b  of  subdivision  1  of
    52    section   211-f   of   the  education  law

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                               AID TO LOCALITIES   2016-17
 
     1    throughout  the  2016-17  school  year  to
     2    support  the  operating  and capital costs
     3    associated with the transformation of such
     4    schools  into  community  hubs  to deliver
     5    co-located  or   school-linked   academic,
     6    health,  mental  health,  nutrition, coun-
     7    seling, legal  and/or  other  services  to
     8    students and their families, including but
     9    not   limited  to  providing  a  community
    10    school site coordinator, improving  parent
    11    engagement,   providing   early  childhood
    12    education programs, offering  professional
    13    development  specific  to the unique needs
    14    of students and their families enrolled in
    15    a community school, conducting  community-
    16    wide  needs assessments, creating a steer-
    17    ing committee made up  of  various  school
    18    and   community  stakeholders  to  provide
    19    feedback and guidance, and constructing or
    20    renovating  spaces  within   such   school
    21    buildings to serve as health suites, adult
    22    education    spaces,    guidance   suites,
    23    resource    rooms,     remedial     rooms,
    24    parent/community  rooms,  and  career  and
    25    technical education classrooms.   Provided
    26    that such grants shall be awarded pursuant
    27    to a plan developed by the commissioner of
    28    education  and approved by the director of
    29    the budget. Provided further  the  commis-
    30    sioner  shall  promulgate regulations that
    31    set forth the requirements for use of such
    32    grants  including,  but  not  limited  to,
    33    requiring   that   such  school  districts
    34    demonstrate substantial  parent,  teacher,
    35    and  community engagement in the planning,
    36    implementation and operation of a communi-
    37    ty school. Provided further  that  of  the
    38    amount  hereby  appropriated,  $50,000,000
    39    shall support  such  operating  costs  and
    40    $25,000,000  shall  support  such  capital
    41    costs.   Provided  further  that  notwith-
    42    standing  any  inconsistent  provision  of
    43    law,  any  portion  of  the  funds  hereby
    44    appropriated  may be transferred or subal-
    45    located without limit by the  director  of
    46    the  budget  to  any other program or fund
    47    within the state education  department  to
    48    accomplish  the  intent  of this appropri-
    49    ation ....................................... 75,000,000
    50  For services and expenses of the  my  broth-
    51    er's  keeper initiative. A portion of this
    52    appropriation may be  transferred  to  any

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                                  EDUCATION DEPARTMENT
 
                               AID TO LOCALITIES   2016-17
 
     1    other  program  or  fund  within the state
     2    education department for these purposes ..... 18,000,000
     3  For services and expenses of remaining obli-
     4    gations  for  the  2015-16 school year for
     5    support  for  the  operation  of  targeted
     6    pre-kindergarten  for  those providers not
     7    eligible to receive  funding  pursuant  to
     8    section  3602-e  of  the education law and
     9    for support for  providers  continuing  to
    10    operate   such  programs  in  the  2016-17
    11    school year. Such funds shall be  expended
    12    pursuant   to  a  plan  developed  by  the
    13    commissioner of education and approved  by
    14    the director of the budget (21763) ........... 1,303,000
    15  For services and expenses of remaining obli-
    16    gations of a $14,260,000 teacher resources
    17    and  computer training centers program for
    18    the 2015-16 school year ...................... 4,278,000
    19  Funds appropriated herein shall be available
    20    for services and expenses of a $14,260,000
    21    teacher resources  and  computer  training
    22    center program for the 2016-17 school year
    23    .............................................. 9,982,000
    24  For education of children of migrant workers
    25    for the 2016-17 school year (21764) ............. 89,000
    26  For  the school lunch and breakfast program.
    27    Funds for the school lunch  and  breakfast
    28    program  shall  be expended subject to the
    29    limitation of funds available and  may  be
    30    used  to  reimburse sponsors of non-profit
    31    school lunch, breakfast, or  other  school
    32    child  feeding  programs  based  upon  the
    33    number of  federally  reimbursable  break-
    34    fasts and lunches served to students under
    35    such  program  agreements  entered into by
    36    the state education  department  and  such
    37    sponsors,  in  accordance  with  an act of
    38    Congress  entitled  the  "National  School
    39    Lunch  Act,"  P.L.  79-396, as amended, or
    40    the provisions of the "Child Nutrition Act
    41    of 1966," P.L. 89-642, as amended, in  the
    42    case of school breakfast programs to reim-
    43    burse  sponsors  in  excess of the federal
    44    rates  of  reimbursement.  Notwithstanding
    45    any  provision of law to the contrary, the
    46    moneys hereby  appropriated,  or  so  much
    47    thereof  as  may  be  necessary, are to be
    48    available for the purposes  herein  speci-
    49    fied for obligations heretofore accrued or
    50    hereafter  to  accrue for the school years
    51    beginning July 1, 2014, July 1,  2015  and
    52    July 1, 2016.

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                                  EDUCATION DEPARTMENT
 
                               AID TO LOCALITIES   2016-17
 
     1  Notwithstanding  any law, rule or regulation
     2    to the contrary, the  amount  appropriated
     3    herein represents the maximum amount paya-
     4    ble  during  the 2016-17 state fiscal year
     5    for  state  reimbursement for school lunch
     6    and breakfast programs (21702) .............. 34,400,000
     7  For nonpublic  school  aid  payable  in  the
     8    2016-17  state fiscal year.  Provided that
     9    nonpublic  schools   shall   continue   to
    10    receive aid based on either a 5.0/5.5 hour
    11    standard  instructional  day,  or  another
    12    work day as  certified  by  the  nonpublic
    13    school  officials,  in accordance with the
    14    methodology for computing salary and bene-
    15    fits applied by the department  in  paying
    16    aid  for  the  2012-13  and  prior  school
    17    years.  Notwithstanding any  provision  of
    18    law,  rule  or regulation to the contrary,
    19    the amount appropriated herein  represents
    20    the  maximum  amount  payable  during  the
    21    2016-17 state fiscal year (21769) .......... 104,214,000
    22  For aid payable for the 2014-15 school  year
    23    for   additional   nonpublic  school  aid.
    24    Notwithstanding any inconsistent provision
    25    of law, funds appropriated herein shall be
    26    available for payment  of  aid  heretofore
    27    accrued and hereafter to accrue (21770) ..... 69,813,000
    28  Notwithstanding  any  inconsistent provision
    29    of law, for  additional  nonpublic  school
    30    aid,  provided,  however, that none of the
    31    funds appropriated herein  shall  be  made
    32    available  until  April 1, 2017.  Notwith-
    33    standing  any  inconsistent  provision  of
    34    law,  funds  appropriated  herein shall be
    35    available for payment  of  aid  heretofore
    36    accrued  and hereafter to accrue. Notwith-
    37    standing section 40 of the  state  finance
    38    law or any provision of law to the contra-
    39    ry,  this  appropriation  shall  remain in
    40    full  force  and  effect  to  the  maximum
    41    extent allowed by law ....................... 60,000,000
    42  For   academic  intervention  for  nonpublic
    43    schools based on a plan to be developed by
    44    the commissioner of education and approved
    45    by the director of the budget (21771) .......... 922,000
    46  For services  and  expenses  of  health  and
    47    safety  equipment,  security personnel and
    48    related assessments and training needs for
    49    Nonpublic Schools, provided, however, that
    50    no  more  that  $4,500,000  of  the  funds
    51    appropriated  herein  shall be made avail-
    52    able prior to April 1, 2017 (21715) ......... 15,000,000

                                           198                        12653-10-6
 
                                  EDUCATION DEPARTMENT
 
                               AID TO LOCALITIES   2016-17
 
     1  For costs associated with  schools  for  the
     2    blind  and  deaf  and  other students with
     3    disabilities subject to article 85 of  the
     4    education  law,  including  state  aid for
     5    blind  and  deaf  pupils in certain insti-
     6    tutions  to  be  paid  for  the   purposes
     7    provided   under  section  4204-a  of  the
     8    education law for the  education  of  deaf
     9    children  under  3 years of age, including
    10    transfers  to  the  miscellaneous  special
    11    revenue  fund  Rome  school  for  the deaf
    12    account pursuant to a plan to be developed
    13    by the commissioner and  approved  by  the
    14    director of the budget.
    15  Of  the  amounts  appropriated herein, up to
    16    $84,700,000   shall   be   available   for
    17    reimbursement  to school districts for the
    18    tuition  costs   of   students   attending
    19    schools  for the blind and deaf during the
    20    2015-16 school year pursuant  to  subdivi-
    21    sion  2  of  section 4204 of the education
    22    law and subdivision 2 of section  4207  of
    23    the  education law, up to $2,500,000 shall
    24    be available for debt service  on  capital
    25    construction projects financed through the
    26    state   dormitory  authority,  and  up  to
    27    $9,000,000 shall be available for  remain-
    28    ing allowable purposes.
    29  Provided  further  that, notwithstanding any
    30    inconsistent  provision   of   law,   upon
    31    disbursement  of  funds  appropriated  for
    32    allowances to schools for  the  blind  and
    33    deaf  in the individuals with disabilities
    34    program special revenue  funds-federal/aid
    35    to  localities for purposes of this appro-
    36    priation, funds appropriated herein  shall
    37    be reduced in an amount equivalent to such
    38    disbursement   and  the  portion  of  this
    39    appropriation so affected  shall  have  no
    40    further force or effect.
    41  Notwithstanding  any provision of the law to
    42    the contrary,  funds  appropriated  herein
    43    shall  be available for payment of liabil-
    44    ities heretofore accrued or  hereafter  to
    45    accrue and, subject to the approval of the
    46    director  of  the budget, such funds shall
    47    be available  to  the  department  net  of
    48    disallowances, refunds, reimbursements and
    49    credits (21705) ............................. 96,200,000
    50  For  costs  associated  with schools for the
    51    blind and deaf  and  other  students  with
    52    disabilities  subject to article 85 of the

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                                  EDUCATION DEPARTMENT
 
                               AID TO LOCALITIES   2016-17
 
     1    education law for the 2016-17 school year.
     2    Funds   appropriated   herein   shall   be
     3    distributed  directly  to  the schools for
     4    the blind and deaf and other students with
     5    disabilities  subject to article 85 of the
     6    education law based on a three year  aver-
     7    age of the schools' FTE enrollment (55909)
     8    .............................................. 2,300,000
     9  For additional costs associated with schools
    10    for  the blind and deaf and other students
    11    with disabilities subject to article 85 of
    12    the education law for the  2016-17  school
    13    year.  Funds  appropriated herein shall be
    14    distributed directly to  the  schools  for
    15    the blind and deaf and other students with
    16    disabilities  subject to article 85 of the
    17    education law based on a three year  aver-
    18    age age of the schools' FTE enrollment ....... 2,300,000
    19  For  services  snd  expenses  of  the  Henry
    20    Viscardi School  for  the  2016-17  school
    21    year ........................................... 903,000
    22  For  services  asnd expenses of the New York
    23    School for the Deaf for the 2016-17 school
    24    year ........................................... 903,000
    25  For July and August programs for school-aged
    26    children  with   handicapping   conditions
    27    pursuant  to section 4408 of the education
    28    law. Moneys appropriated herein  shall  be
    29    used  as  follows:  (i) for remaining base
    30    year and prior school  years  obligations,
    31    (ii)  for the purposes of subdivision 4 of
    32    section 3602  of  the  education  law  for
    33    schools  operated under articles 87 and 88
    34    of the education law, and  (iii)  notwith-
    35    standing  any  inconsistent  provision  of
    36    law, for payments made  pursuant  to  this
    37    appropriation   for  current  school  year
    38    obligations, provided, however, that  such
    39    payments  shall  not  exceed 70 percent of
    40    the state aid  due  for  the  sum  of  the
    41    approved tuition and maintenance rates and
    42    transportation  expense provided for here-
    43    in; provided,  however,  that  payment  of
    44    eligible  claims  shall  be payable in the
    45    order that such claims have been  approved
    46    for  payment by the commissioner of educa-
    47    tion, but in no case shall a single  payee
    48    draw  down  more  than  45 percent of this
    49    appropriation, and provided  further  that
    50    no  claim  shall be set aside for insuffi-
    51    ciency  of  funds  to  make   a   complete
    52    payment,  but  shall  be  eligible  for  a

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                                  EDUCATION DEPARTMENT
 
                               AID TO LOCALITIES   2016-17
 
     1    partial payment  in  one  year  and  shall
     2    retain its priority date status for subse-
     3    quent  appropriations  designated for such
     4    purposes. Notwithstanding any inconsistent
     5    provision  of  law  to the contrary, funds
     6    appropriated herein shall only  be  avail-
     7    able  for  liabilities  incurred  prior to
     8    July 1, 2017, shall be used to pay 2015-16
     9    school year claims in the first  instance,
    10    and  represent  the maximum amount payable
    11    during  the  2016-17  state  fiscal  year.
    12    Notwithstanding  any  provision  of law to
    13    the contrary,  funds  appropriated  herein
    14    shall  be available for payment of liabil-
    15    ities heretofore accrued or  hereafter  to
    16    accrue and, subject to the approval of the
    17    director  of  the budget, such funds shall
    18    be available  to  the  department  net  of
    19    disallowances, refunds, reimbursements and
    20    credits (21707) ............................ 364,500,000
    21  For  the  state's  share of the costs of the
    22    education of preschool children with disa-
    23    bilities pursuant to section 4410  of  the
    24    education  law. Notwithstanding any incon-
    25    sistent provision of law to the  contrary,
    26    the   amount   appropriated  herein  shall
    27    support a state share of  preschool  hand-
    28    icapped  education  costs  for the 2015-16
    29    school year limited  to  59.5  percent  of
    30    such   total  approved  expenditures,  and
    31    furthermore,  notwithstanding  any   other
    32    provision   of   law,   local  claims  for
    33    reimbursement of costs incurred  prior  to
    34    the  2014-15  school  year  and during the
    35    2014-15  school  year   that   have   been
    36    approved  for  payment  by  the  education
    37    department as of March 31, 2016  shall  be
    38    the  first claims paid from this appropri-
    39    ation. Notwithstanding  any  provision  of
    40    law  to  the  contrary, funds appropriated
    41    herein shall be available for  payment  of
    42    liabilities heretofore accrued or hereaft-
    43    er  to accrue and, subject to the approval
    44    of the director of the budget, such  funds
    45    shall  be  available to the department net
    46    of disallowances, refunds,  reimbursements
    47    and credits (21706) ...................... 1,035,000,000
    48  Notwithstanding  any  inconsistent provision
    49    of law, funding  made  available  by  this
    50    appropriation  shall support direct salary
    51    costs and related fringe benefits  associ-
    52    ated  with  any minimum wage increase that

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                                  EDUCATION DEPARTMENT
 
                               AID TO LOCALITIES   2016-17
 
     1    takes  effect  during  the  2016-17  state
     2    fiscal  year,  pursuant  to section 652 of
     3    the labor law. Organizations eligible  for
     4    funding  made  available by this appropri-
     5    ation shall  be  limited  to  special  act
     6    school   districts   and  those  that  are
     7    required to  file  a  consolidated  fiscal
     8    report with the state education department
     9    and   provide   preschool  and  school-age
    10    special education services under  articles
    11    81,  85 and 89 of the education law.  Each
    12    eligible organization in receipt of  fund-
    13    ing  made  available by this appropriation
    14    shall  submit  written  certification,  in
    15    such  form and at such time as the commis-
    16    sioner shall prescribe, attesting  to  how
    17    such  funding  will  be  or  was  used for
    18    purposes  eligible  under  this  appropri-
    19    ation.  Notwithstanding  any  inconsistent
    20    provision  of  law,  and  subject  to  the
    21    approval  of  the  director of the budget,
    22    the amounts  appropriated  herein  may  be
    23    increased  or  decreased by interchange or
    24    transfer  without  limit  to   any   local
    25    assistance   appropriation  of  the  state
    26    education department ......................... 1,100,000
    27  Notwithstanding any provision of law to  the
    28    contrary,  the  funds appropriated herein,
    29    subject to an allocation plan developed by
    30    the commissioner of education and approved
    31    by the director of the  budget,  shall  be
    32    available  for  the  payment of prior year
    33    claims and/or fiscal stabilization  grants
    34    for  remaining  payments  for  the 2015-16
    35    school year  and  for  payments  prior  to
    36    March  31,  2017  for  the  2016-17 school
    37    year, provided,  however,  notwithstanding
    38    any provisions of law to the contrary, the
    39    New  York  city  school  district shall be
    40    eligible for a fiscal stabilization  grant
    41    in the amount of $ 26,404,000 (21773) ....... 45,068,000
    42  For  services  and  expenses of the New York
    43    state center for  school  safety  for  the
    44    2016-17  school  year.  Funds appropriated
    45    herein shall be used to operate  a  state-
    46    wide  center  and  shall  be subject to an
    47    expenditure plan approved by the  director
    48    of the budget (21774) .......................... 466,000
    49  For  services  and  expenses  of  the health
    50    education program for the  2016-17  school
    51    year.  Funds  appropriated herein shall be
    52    available  for   health-related   programs

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                                  EDUCATION DEPARTMENT

                               AID TO LOCALITIES   2016-17
 
     1    including,   but  not  limited  to,  those
     2    providing   instruction   and   supportive
     3    services in comprehensive health education
     4    and/or acquired immune deficiency syndrome
     5    (AIDS) education. Of the amounts appropri-
     6    ated  herein,  $86,000  shall be available
     7    for the program previously operated as the
     8    school   health   demonstration   program.
     9    Notwithstanding any other provision of law
    10    to the contrary, funds appropriated herein
    11    may   be   suballocated,  subject  to  the
    12    approval of the director of the budget, to
    13    any state agency or department  to  accom-
    14    plish  the  purpose  of this appropriation
    15    (21775) ........................................ 691,000
    16  For  competitive  grants  for  the   2016-17
    17    school  year for extended day programs and
    18    school violence prevention programs pursu-
    19    ant to section 2814 of the  education  law
    20    provided,   however,  notwithstanding  any
    21    inconsistent provisions of  law,  eligible
    22    entities  receiving funds for extended day
    23    programs may include not-for-profit organ-
    24    izations working in collaboration  with  a
    25    public school or school district (21776) .... 24,344,000
    26  For  aid payable for the 2016-17 school year
    27    for support of county vocational education
    28    and extension boards pursuant  to  section
    29    1104   of  the  education  law,  provided,
    30    however, that notwithstanding  any  incon-
    31    sistent  provision  of law, rule, or regu-
    32    lation, any apportionment of aid shall  be
    33    based  on a quota amounting to one-half of
    34    the salary paid  each  teacher,  director,
    35    assistant,   and  supervisor,  where  such
    36    salary is  attributable  to  a  course  of
    37    study  first submitted to the commissioner
    38    for approval pursuant to section  1103  of
    39    the  education  law  on  or before July 1,
    40    2010,  but  not  to  exceed   the   amount
    41    computed by the commissioner based upon an
    42    assumed  annualized  salary  equal  to ten
    43    thousand five hundred dollars  per  school
    44    year  on account of the employment of such
    45    teacher, director, assistant or supervisor
    46    and provided  further  that  payment  from
    47    this appropriation shall first be made for
    48    approved  claims  for  salary expenses for
    49    the 2016-17 school year,  and  any  amount
    50    remaining  after  payment  of  such claims
    51    shall be available for payment  of  unpaid
    52    claims for prior school years (21781) .......... 932,000

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     1  For  services  and  expenses  of the primary
     2    mental health project  at  the  children's
     3    institute  for  the  2016-17  school  year
     4    (21778) ........................................ 894,000
     5  For services and  expenses  associated  with
     6    the  math and science high schools for the
     7    2016-17  school  year  in  the  amount  of
     8    $1,382,000, provided that such funds shall
     9    be  allocated equally among those entities
    10    that  received  program  funding  for  the
    11    2007-08 school year (21779) .................. 1,382,000
    12  For  additional  services  and  expenses for
    13    math and science high  schools  associated
    14    with  the  Bard  High School Early College
    15    Queens for the 2016-17 school year ............. 461,000
    16  Funds appropriated herein shall be available
    17    for educational services and  expenses  of
    18    the  Syracuse city school district for the
    19    say yes to education program (21800) ........... 350,000
    20  For additional  grants  in  aid  to  certain
    21    school  districts,  public  libraries, and
    22    not-for-profit institutions. Notwithstand-
    23    ing  section  twenty-four  of  the   state
    24    finance law or any provision of law to the
    25    contrary,  funds  from  this appropriation
    26    shall be allocated only pursuant to a plan
    27    (i) approved by the temporary president of
    28    the Senate and the director of the  budget
    29    which  sets  forth either an itemized list
    30    of grantees with the amount to be received
    31    by each, or the methodology for allocating
    32    such  appropriation,  and  (ii)  which  is
    33    thereafter included in a senate resolution
    34    calling for the expenditure of such funds,
    35    which  resolution  must  be  approved by a
    36    majority vote of all  members  elected  to
    37    the senate upon a roll call vote ............ 24,995,000
    38  For  services and expenses of the center for
    39    autism and  related  disabilities  at  the
    40    state  university  of  New  York at Albany
    41    (21782) ........................................ 740,000
    42  For additional services and expenses of  the
    43    center for autism and related disabilities
    44    at  the  state  university  of New York at
    45    Albany ......................................... 500,000
    46  For postsecondary aid to Native Americans to
    47    fund   awards   to   eligible    students.
    48    Notwithstanding any other provision of law
    49    to  the  contrary,  the amount herein made
    50    available  shall  constitute  the  state's
    51    entire  obligation  for all costs incurred

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     1    under section 4118 of the education law in
     2    state fiscal year 2016-17 (21833) .............. 598,000
     3  For services and expenses of the summer food
     4    program   for   the  2016-17  school  year
     5    (21784) ...................................... 3,049,000
     6  Work Force Education. For partial reimburse-
     7    ment of services and expenses per contract
     8    hour of work force education conducted  by
     9    the consortium for worker education (CWE),
    10    a   private   not-for-profit   corporation
    11    programs approved by the  commissioner  of
    12    education  that  enable  adults who are 21
    13    years of age or older to obtain or  retain
    14    employment  or  improve  their work skills
    15    capacity to  enhance  their  opportunities
    16    for  increased  earnings  and  advancement
    17    (21801) ..................................... 11,500,000
    18  For additional workforce education  for  the
    19    consortium for worker education .............. 1,500,000
    20  For  services  and  expenses  related to the
    21    development, implementation and  operation
    22    of  charter schools for the 2016-17 school
    23    year including  an  amount  sufficient  to
    24    support  administrative/technical  support
    25    services provided by  the  charter  school
    26    institute  of  the state university of New
    27    York, pursuant to a plan submitted by  the
    28    charter  school  institute and approved by
    29    the board of trustees of the state univer-
    30    sity of New York. This appropriation shall
    31    only be available for expenditure upon the
    32    approval of an  expenditure  plan  by  the
    33    director of the budget and funds appropri-
    34    ated  herein  shall  be transferred to the
    35    miscellaneous special revenue fund - char-
    36    ter schools stimulus account (21803) ......... 4,837,000
    37  For the early college high  schools  program
    38    for  the  2016-17  school  year, provided,
    39    however, that expenditure of funds  appro-
    40    priated herein shall support the continua-
    41    tion  and  expansion  of the early college
    42    high schools program pursuant  to  a  plan
    43    developed by the commissioner and approved
    44    by  the  director  of the budget provided,
    45    further, that a portion of the payment  to
    46    the  early  college  high  schools program
    47    awarded from this appropriation  shall  be
    48    available  on  a  sliding scale based upon
    49    the number of college credits earned annu-
    50    ally by participating students  consistent
    51    with guidelines established by the commis-
    52    sioner.  Provided  further  that, notwith-

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     1    standing  any  provision  of  law  to  the
     2    contrary,    higher   education   partners
     3    participating in  an  early  college  high
     4    schools  program,  or  the entity/entities
     5    responsible for  setting  tuition  at  the
     6    institution,  shall be authorized to set a
     7    reduced rate of tuition and/or fees, or to
     8    waive tuition and/or  fees  entirely,  for
     9    students  enrolled  in  such early college
    10    high schools program with no reduction  in
    11    other  state,  local  or other support for
    12    such students earning college credit  that
    13    such higher education partner would other-
    14    wise be eligible to receive (56139) .......... 1,465,000
    15  For  services  and  expenses  of  a $490,000
    16    2016-17 school year program for  mentoring
    17    and  tutoring  operated  by  the  Hillside
    18    Work-Scholarship Connection program, which
    19    is based on model programs  proven  to  be
    20    effective   in   producing  outcomes  that
    21    include, but are not limited to,  improved
    22    graduation   rates,   provided  that  such
    23    services shall be provided to students  in
    24    one  or more city school districts located
    25    in a city having a population in excess of
    26    125,000 and less than  1,000,000  inhabit-
    27    ants (21804) ................................... 490,000
    28  For  services  and expenses of the Executive
    29    Leadership Institute ........................... 475,000
    30  For payment of small  government  assistance
    31    to  school  districts pursuant to subdivi-
    32    sion 7 of section 3641  of  the  education
    33    law on or before March 31, 2017 upon audit
    34    and  warrant  of  the  comptroller  in the
    35    amount that  small  government  assistance
    36    was  paid  to  school  districts  in state
    37    fiscal year 2010-11 (23449) .................. 1,868,000
    38  For services and expenses of  the  New  York
    39    City Community Learning Schools initiative
    40    ................................................ 750,000
    41  For  services  and expenses of the Onondaga,
    42    Cortland, and Madison BOCES New Technology
    43    School Initiative .............................. 200,000
    44  For services and expenses of National Histo-
    45    ry Day ......................................... 100,000
    46  For the payment  of  supplemental  valuation
    47    impact  grants  in the 2016-17 school year
    48    for the purpose  of  providing  additional
    49    funding  for  school  districts which have
    50    experienced a significant financial  hard-
    51    ship created by an extraordinary change in
    52    the  taxable  property valuation: $450,000

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     1    shall be provided to  the  North  Rockland
     2    Central School District; $300,000 shall be
     3    provided  to  the Liverpool Central School
     4    District;  and  $500,000 shall be provided
     5    to the Panama Central School District ........ 1,250,000
     6  For  the  purpose  of  offsetting   advanced
     7    placement  fees for economically disadvan-
     8    taged students ................................. 500,000
     9  For purposes of the Just for Kids program at
    10    the State University of New York at Albany
    11    (56005) ........................................ 235,000
    12  For educational services  and  expenses  for
    13    DACA   (Deferred   Action   for  Childhood
    14    Arrivals) eligible out of school youth and
    15    young adults (56045) ......................... 1,000,000
    16  Notwithstanding any  inconsistent  provision
    17    of  law,  the  amount  appropriated herein
    18    shall be available only to the extent that
    19    the unencumbered balance of the commercial
    20    gaming  revenue  account  established   by
    21    section  97-nnnn  of the state finance law
    22    is less than the amount required to  fully
    23    fund   payments  of  general  support  for
    24    public  schools  to  be  made  from  funds
    25    appropriated  from  such account, provided
    26    that the state comptroller  shall  certify
    27    to   the  commissioner  of  education  the
    28    amount of funds available in such  account
    29    for the 2016-17 school year, for the first
    30    such  payment,  by March 15, 2017 based on
    31    the amount of funds available as of  March
    32    1,  2017  and, for the second such payment
    33    by June 15, 2017 based on  the  amount  of
    34    funds  available  as  of June 1, 2017, and
    35    provided  further  that  the  commissioner
    36    shall notify the director of the budget no
    37    later  than  15 days after receipt of such
    38    certification  of  the  amounts,  if  any,
    39    payable  pursuant to section 3609-h of the
    40    education law from such account  and  from
    41    this   appropriation.  Provided,  however,
    42    that of the amount appropriated herein, no
    43    more than 70 percent  shall  be  available
    44    for  general  support  for  public schools
    45    payments for the 2016-17 school year to be
    46    made in the  2016-17  state  fiscal  year.
    47    Provided  that, notwithstanding section 40
    48    of the state finance law or any  provision
    49    of law to the contrary, this appropriation
    50    shall lapse on March 31, 2018 (56140) ....... 81,000,000
    51  Less  expenditure  savings  due to the with-
    52    holding of a portion of employment  prepa-

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     1    ration  education  aid  due to the city of
     2    New York equal to the reimbursement  costs
     3    of  the  work force education program from
     4    aid  payable  to such city school district
     5    payable on or after April  1,  2016;  such
     6    moneys  shall be credited to the office of
     7    pre-kindergarten  through   grade   twelve
     8    education  general  fund-local  assistance
     9    account and which  shall  not  exceed  the
    10    amount appropriated herein ................ (11,500,000)
    11  For  additional  expenditure  savings due to
    12    the additional withholding of a portion of
    13    employment preparation education  aid  due
    14    to  the  city  of  New  York  equal to the
    15    reimbursement  costs  of   the   workforce
    16    education program from aid payable to such
    17    city  school  district payable on or after
    18    April  1,  2016;  such  additional  moneys
    19    shall   be   credited  to  the  elementary
    20    middle, secondary, and  continuing  educa-
    21    tion general fund local assistance account
    22    which  shall  not  exceed  the  additional
    23    amount appropriated herein ................. (1,500,000)
    24                                              --------------
    25      Program account subtotal .............. 22,720,206,000
    26                                              --------------
 
    27    Special Revenue Funds - Federal
    28    Federal Education Fund
    29    Federal Department of Education Account - 25210
 
    30  For grants to schools for specific  programs
    31    including,  but not limited to, grants for
    32    purposes under title I of  the  elementary
    33    and  secondary  education  act.   Notwith-
    34    standing  any  inconsistent  provision  of
    35    law,  a  portion of this appropriation may
    36    be suballocated to other state departments
    37    and agencies, subject to the  approval  of
    38    the  director  of the budget, as needed to
    39    accomplish the intent  of  this  appropri-
    40    ation (21740) ............................ 1,771,819,000
    41  For  grants  to  schools  and other eligible
    42    entities for state  grants  for  improving
    43    teacher   quality   and   mathematics  and
    44    science partnerships pursuant to title  II
    45    of  the elementary and secondary education
    46    act.  Notwithstanding   any   inconsistent
    47    provision of law, a portion of this appro-
    48    priation  may  be  suballocated  to  other
    49    state departments and agencies, subject to
    50    the approval of the director of the  budg-

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     1    et,  as needed to accomplish the intent of
     2    this appropriation (23418) ................. 256,841,000
     3  For  grants  to  schools  and other eligible
     4    entities for English language  acquisition
     5    program  pursuant  to  title  III  of  the
     6    elementary and  secondary  education  act.
     7    Notwithstanding any inconsistent provision
     8    of  law,  a  portion of this appropriation
     9    may be suballocated to other state depart-
    10    ments  and  agencies,   subject   to   the
    11    approval of the director of the budget, as
    12    needed  to  accomplish  the intent of this
    13    appropriation (23417) ....................... 65,331,000
    14  For grants to  schools  and  other  eligible
    15    entities  for  the  21st century community
    16    learning centers pursuant to title  IV  of
    17    the  elementary  and  secondary  education
    18    act.  Notwithstanding   any   inconsistent
    19    provision of law, a portion of this appro-
    20    priation  may  be  suballocated  to  other
    21    state departments and agencies, subject to
    22    the approval of the director of the  budg-
    23    et,  as needed to accomplish the intent of
    24    this appropriation (23416) .................. 96,526,000
    25  For grants to  schools  and  other  eligible
    26    entities  for  the charter schools program
    27    pursuant to title V of the elementary  and
    28    secondary  education  act. Notwithstanding
    29    any  inconsistent  provision  of  law,   a
    30    portion   of  this  appropriation  may  be
    31    suballocated to  other  state  departments
    32    and  agencies,  subject to the approval of
    33    the director of the budget, as  needed  to
    34    accomplish  the  intent  of this appropri-
    35    ation (23415) ............................... 28,000,000
    36  For grants to  schools  and  other  eligible
    37    entities  for  the  rural education initi-
    38    ative pursuant to title VI of the  elemen-
    39    tary    and   secondary   education   act.
    40    Notwithstanding any inconsistent provision
    41    of law, a portion  of  this  appropriation
    42    may be suballocated to other state depart-
    43    ments   and   agencies,   subject  to  the
    44    approval of the director of the budget, as
    45    needed to accomplish the  intent  of  this
    46    appropriation (23414) ........................ 5,000,000
    47  For  grants  to  schools  and other eligible
    48    entities for  homeless  education  program
    49    pursuant  to title X of the elementary and
    50    secondary education  act.  Notwithstanding
    51    any   inconsistent  provision  of  law,  a
    52    portion  of  this  appropriation  may   be

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     1    suballocated  to  other  state departments
     2    and agencies, subject to the  approval  of
     3    the  director  of the budget, as needed to
     4    accomplish  the  intent  of this appropri-
     5    ation (23413) ................................ 8,000,000
     6  For grants to  schools  and  other  eligible
     7    entities  for specific programs including,
     8    but not limited to, the  Carl  D.  Perkins
     9    vocational  and  applied technology educa-
    10    tion act (VTEA).
    11  Notwithstanding any  inconsistent  provision
    12    of  law,  a  portion of this appropriation
    13    may be suballocated to other state depart-
    14    ments  and  agencies,   subject   to   the
    15    approval of the director of the budget, as
    16    needed  to  accomplish  the intent of this
    17    appropriation (23477) ....................... 68,578,000
    18  For various  grants  to  schools  and  other
    19    eligible   entities.  Notwithstanding  any
    20    inconsistent provision of law,  a  portion
    21    of  this appropriation may be suballocated
    22    to other state departments  and  agencies,
    23    subject to the approval of the director of
    24    the  budget,  as  needed to accomplish the
    25    intent of this appropriation (23407) ........ 34,425,000
    26  For the education of individuals with  disa-
    27    bilities  including  up  to $3,000,000 for
    28    services and expenses of  early  childhood
    29    direction   centers   and   $500,000   for
    30    services and expenses of  the  center  for
    31    autism  and  related  disabilities  at the
    32    state university of New  York  at  Albany.
    33    Notwithstanding any inconsistent provision
    34    of  law,  a portion of the funds appropri-
    35    ated herein shall be available, subject to
    36    a plan developed by  the  commissioner  of
    37    education  and approved by the director of
    38    the budget, for grants to ensure appropri-
    39    ately  certified   teachers   in   schools
    40    providing  special services or programs as
    41    defined in paragraphs e, g,  i  and  l  of
    42    subdivision  2  of  section  4401  of  the
    43    education law to children placed by school
    44    districts  and   in   approved   preschool
    45    programs  that  provide  full and half-day
    46    educational programs  in  accordance  with
    47    section  4410  of  the  education  law for
    48    children  placed   by   school   district.
    49    Provided  further  that, in the allocation
    50    of funds, priority shall be given to those
    51    programs  with  a  demonstrated  need   to
    52    increase  the number of certified teachers

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     1    to comply with state and federal  require-
     2    ments.  Such funds shall be made available
     3    for such activities as certification prep-
     4    aration,  training, assisting schools with
     5    personnel shortages and supporting  activ-
     6    ities   that   improve   the  delivery  of
     7    services to improve results  for  children
     8    with  disabilities.  Provided further that
     9    notwithstanding any inconsistent provision
    10    of law, of the funds appropriated  herein:
    11    (i)  $2,000,000  shall  be  available  for
    12    payments  to  schools  providing   special
    13    services  or  programs as defined in para-
    14    graphs e, g, i, and l of subdivision 2  of
    15    section  4401 of the education law to help
    16    prevent  excessive   instructional   staff
    17    turnover  through a targeted adjustment of
    18    compensation for teachers providing direct
    19    instructional services to students at such
    20    schools.  The  commissioner  of  education
    21    shall  develop an allocation plan, subject
    22    to the approval of  the  director  of  the
    23    budget,  that  distributes funds appropri-
    24    ated herein  among  eligible  schools,  as
    25    defined  herein, that qualify based on the
    26    following criteria: eligible  schools  are
    27    those that have complied with all applica-
    28    ble  requirements  for previous grants for
    29    this purpose  and  whose  average  teacher
    30    salary  are  below the salary provided for
    31    similarly  qualified  teachers  in  public
    32    schools in the region in which such eligi-
    33    ble  school  is located. The allocation to
    34    each qualifying school shall be calculated
    35    based on the number of weighted full  time
    36    equivalent (FTE) staff, as defined herein,
    37    in  the  per  FTE  award amount. The total
    38    number of weighted FTE shall be determined
    39    by multiplying the actual  number  of  FTE
    40    teachers  providing  classroom instruction
    41    at  each  school,  as  determined  by  the
    42    commissioner,  by:  1) a factor of 2.0 for
    43    those schools where average salaries  that
    44    are  50 percent or less of those in public
    45    school  located  in  the  same  geographic
    46    region;  2)  a  factor  of  1.5  for those
    47    schools where average salaries that are 50
    48    percent and 75 percent of  public  schools
    49    located  in the same geographic region; or
    50    3) a factor of 1.0 for those schools where
    51    the  average  salaries  that  are   75-100
    52    percent  of  public schools located in the

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     1    same geographic region. The per FTE teach-
     2    er award amount  shall  be  calculated  by
     3    dividing   the  $2,000,000  by  the  total
     4    number   of   weighted   FTE  staff;  (ii)
     5    $2,000,000 shall be available for payments
     6    to schools providing special  services  or
     7    programs as defined in paragraphs e, g, i,
     8    and  l of subdivision 2 of section 4401 of
     9    the education law and  approved  preschool
    10    programs  in  accordance with section 4410
    11    of  the  education  law  to  help  prevent
    12    excessive   instructional  staff  turnover
    13    through a targeted adjustment  of  compen-
    14    sation   for   teachers  providing  direct
    15    instructional services to students at such
    16    schools.  The  commissioner  of  education
    17    shall  develop an allocation plan, subject
    18    to the approval of  the  director  of  the
    19    budget,  that  distributes funds appropri-
    20    ated herein among eligible schools;  (iii)
    21    up  to  $10,000,000 shall be available for
    22    costs  associated  with  schools  operated
    23    under  article  85  of  the  education law
    24    which otherwise would be  payable  through
    25    the   department's  general  fund  aid  to
    26    localities appropriation, provided further
    27    that  notwithstanding   any   inconsistent
    28    provision   of   law,   any  disbursements
    29    against this $10,000,000 shall immediately
    30    reduce the  amounts  appropriated  in  the
    31    education department's general fund aid to
    32    localities   for   costs  associated  with
    33    schools operated under article 85  of  the
    34    education law by an equivalent amount, and
    35    the portion of such general fund appropri-
    36    ation  so  affected  shall have no further
    37    force  or  effect.   Notwithstanding   any
    38    provision  of  the  law  to  the contrary,
    39    funds appropriated herein shall be  avail-
    40    able for payment of liabilities heretofore
    41    accrued   or   hereafter  to  accrue  and,
    42    subject to the approval of the director of
    43    the budget, such funds shall be  available
    44    to  the  department  net of disallowances,
    45    refunds,   reimbursements   and   credits.
    46    Notwithstanding any inconsistent provision
    47    of  law,  a  portion of this appropriation
    48    may be suballocated to other state depart-
    49    ments and agencies, as needed,  to  accom-
    50    plish  the  intent  of  this appropriation
    51    (21737) .................................... 815,347,000
    52                                              --------------

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     1      Program account subtotal ............... 3,149,867,000
     2                                              --------------
 
     3    Special Revenue Funds - Federal
     4    Federal Health and Human Services Fund
     5    Federal Health and Human Services Account - 25122
 
     6  For  grants to schools for specific programs
     7    (21742) ...................................... 5,000,000
     8                                              --------------
     9      Program account subtotal ................... 5,000,000
    10                                              --------------
 
    11    Special Revenue Funds - Federal
    12    Federal Miscellaneous Operating Grants Fund
    13    Federal Operating Grants Account - 25456

    14  For grants to schools for specific  programs
    15    (21826) ...................................... 5,000,000
    16                                              --------------
    17      Program account subtotal ................... 5,000,000
    18                                              --------------
 
    19    Special Revenue Funds - Federal
    20    Federal USDA-Food and Nutrition Services Fund
    21    Federal USDA-Food and Nutrition Services Account - 25026
 
    22  For  grants  to  schools  and other eligible
    23    entities for programs funded  through  the
    24    national school lunch act (21703) ........ 1,142,589,000
    25                                              --------------
    26      Program account subtotal ............... 1,142,589,000
    27                                              --------------
 
    28    Special Revenue Funds - Other
    29    Charter School Stimulus Fund
    30    Charter School Stimulus Account - 20601

    31  For  services and expenses related to devel-
    32    opment, implementation  and  operation  of
    33    charter  schools, including facility costs
    34    and  loans  to  authorized  schools,   and
    35    including funds available for transfer for
    36    the    administrative/technical    support
    37    services provided by  the  charter  school
    38    institute  of  the state university of New
    39    York. This  appropriation  shall  only  be
    40    available   for   expenditure   upon   the
    41    approval of an  expenditure  plan  by  the
    42    director of the budget (21700) .............. 20,000,000
    43                                              --------------

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                                  EDUCATION DEPARTMENT
 
                               AID TO LOCALITIES   2016-17

     1      Program account subtotal .................. 20,000,000
     2                                              --------------
 
     3    Special Revenue Funds - Other
     4    Combined Expendable Trust Fund
     5    New York State Teen Health Education Account - 20200
 
     6  For   teen  health  education,  pursuant  to
     7    section 99-u of the state finance law .......... 120,000
     8                                              --------------
     9      Program account subtotal ..................... 120,000
    10                                              --------------
 
    11    Special Revenue Funds - Other
    12    State Lottery Fund
    13    State Lottery Account - 20901
 
    14  For general support for public  schools  for
    15    the  2016-17  school  year, provided that,
    16    notwithstanding any other provision of law
    17    to the contrary, in  computing  the  addi-
    18    tional  lottery grant pursuant to subpara-
    19    graph (4) of paragraph b of subdivision  4
    20    of  section  92-c of the state finance law
    21    for the  2016-17  school  year,  the  base
    22    grant  shall  not  exceed  $2,119,980,000.
    23    Notwithstanding any provision  of  law  to
    24    the  contrary,  this  appropriation  shall
    25    supersede and  replace  any  appropriation
    26    for this item covering fiscal year 2016-17
    27    set  forth  in  chapter  53 of the laws of
    28    2015 (21735) ............................. 2,119,980,000
    29  For allowances to private  schools  for  the
    30    blind  and  deaf  for  the  2016-17 school
    31    year.   Notwithstanding any  provision  of
    32    law  to  the  contrary, this appropriation
    33    shall supersede and replace any  appropri-
    34    ation  for  this item covering fiscal year
    35    2016-17 set forth in  chapter  53  of  the
    36    laws of 2015 (23460) ............................ 20,000
    37  For  general support for public schools, for
    38    the  June  2015-16  school  year  payment.
    39    Notwithstanding  any  provision  of law to
    40    the  contrary,  this  appropriation  shall
    41    supersede  and  replace  any appropriation
    42    for this item covering fiscal year 2016-17
    43    set forth in chapter 53  of  the  laws  of
    44    2015 (23495) ............................... 240,000,000
    45                                              --------------
    46      Program account subtotal ............... 2,360,000,000
    47                                              --------------

                                           214                        12653-10-6
 
                                  EDUCATION DEPARTMENT
 
                               AID TO LOCALITIES   2016-17
 
     1    Special Revenue Funds - Other
     2    State Lottery Fund
     3    VLT Education Account - 20904

     4  For  general  support for public schools for
     5    the  2016-17  school  year,   for   grants
     6    awarded  pursuant to subparagraph (2-a) of
     7    paragraph b of subdivision  4  of  section
     8    92-c  of  the state finance law.  Notwith-
     9    standing  any  provision  of  law  to  the
    10    contrary,  this appropriation shall super-
    11    sede and  replace  any  appropriation  for
    12    this item covering fiscal year 2016-17 set
    13    forth  in  chapter  53 of the laws of 2015
    14    (23494) .................................... 961,000,000
    15                                              --------------
    16      Program account subtotal ................. 961,000,000
    17                                              --------------
 
    18  SCHOOL TAX RELIEF PROGRAM ................................ 3,107,440,000
    19                                                            --------------

    20    Special Revenue Funds - Other
    21    School Tax Relief Fund
    22    School Tax Relief Account - 20551
 
    23  For payments to local  governments  and  New
    24    York  city  relating  to  the  school  tax
    25    relief (STAR) program including state  aid
    26    pursuant  to  section  1306-a  of the real
    27    property tax law and section 54-f  of  the
    28    state  finance  law,  except to the extent
    29    that such funds shall  be  applied  as  an
    30    offset  against  the  past-due  state  tax
    31    liabilities  of  certain  property  owners
    32    pursuant  to section 425 of the real prop-
    33    erty tax law and section 171-y of the  tax
    34    law, provided however, notwithstanding any
    35    other  law  to  the  contrary,  the monies
    36    hereby appropriated shall not be disbursed
    37    until such time a law or laws are  enacted
    38    providing   that   1)  the  existing  STAR
    39    exemption program is closed to new  appli-
    40    cants  who  will  receive a new refundable
    41    personal income tax (PIT)  credit  in  its
    42    place  for  all  periods  beginning  on or
    43    after January 1, 2016; and  2)  the  state
    44    school  tax reduction credit authorized by
    45    subsection (e) of section 1310 of the  tax
    46    law   is   converted  into  a  school  tax
    47    reduction  credit  authorized  by  a   new
    48    subsection  of  section 606 of the tax law

                                           215                        12653-10-6
 
                                  EDUCATION DEPARTMENT
 
                               AID TO LOCALITIES   2016-17
 
     1    for all  periods  beginning  on  or  after
     2    January  1, 2016.  Up to $5,000,000 of the
     3    funds appropriated hereby may be  suballo-
     4    cated  or transferred to the department of
     5    taxation and finance for  the  purpose  of
     6    making direct payments to certain property
     7    owners from the account established pursu-
     8    ant to subparagraph (iii) of paragraph (a)
     9    of  subdivision  14  of section 425 of the
    10    real property tax law (21709) ............ 3,107,440,000
    11                                              --------------

                                           216                        12653-10-6
 
                                  EDUCATION DEPARTMENT
 
                     AID TO LOCALITIES - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2016-17
 
     1  ADULT CAREER AND CONTINUING EDUCATION SERVICES PROGRAM
 
     2    General Fund
     3    Local Assistance Account - 10000
 
     4  By  chapter  53, section 1, of the laws of 2015, as added by chapter 61,
     5      section 1, of the laws of 2015:
     6    For case services provided on or after October  1,  2013  to  disabled
     7      individuals  in accordance with economic eligibility criteria devel-
     8      oped by the department (21713) ... 54,000,000 .... (re. $31,081,000)
     9    For services and expenses of independent living centers (21856) ......
    10      12,361,000 ........................................ (re. $7,970,000)
    11    For additional services and expenses  of  independent  living  centers
    12      (21857) ... 1,000,000 ............................. (re. $1,000,000)
    13    For college readers aid payments (21854) ... 294,000 .. (re. $294,000)
    14    For  services  and  expenses  of  supported  employment and integrated
    15      employment opportunities provided on or after October 1, 2013:
    16    For services and expenses of programs  providing  or  leading  to  the
    17      provision  of  time-limited  services  or long-term support services
    18      (21741) ... 15,160,000 ........................... (re. $10,140,000)
    19    For grants to schools for programs involving literacy and basic educa-
    20      tion for public assistance recipients for the  2015-16  school  year
    21      for  those  programs  administered by the state education department
    22      (23411) ... 1,843,000 ............................. (re. $1,843,000)
    23    For competitive grants for adult literacy/education aid to public  and
    24      private not-for-profit agencies, including but not limited to, 2 and
    25      4  year  colleges,  community  based  organizations,  libraries, and
    26      volunteer literacy organizations and institutions which meet quality
    27      standards promulgated by the commissioner of  education  to  provide
    28      programs  of basic literacy, high school equivalency, and English as
    29      a second language to persons 16  years  of  age  or  older  for  the
    30      remaining payments of 2014-15 school year and for the 2015-16 school
    31      year, provided further that no more than $300,000 shall be available
    32      for remaining payments for the 2014-15 school year (23410) .........
    33      5,293,000 ......................................... (re. $5,293,000)
    34    For  additional competitive grants for adult literacy education aid to
    35      public and private not-for-profit agencies, including but not limit-
    36      ed  to,  2  and  4  year  colleges,  community  based  organization,
    37      libraries,  and volunteer literacy organizations and institutions to
    38      provide programs of basic literacy,  high  school  equivalency,  and
    39      English  as  a  second language to persons 16 years of age or older,
    40      funds appropriated herein shall be available for payments of liabil-
    41      ities heretofore or hereafter to accrue (56145) ....................
    42      1,000,000 ......................................... (re. $1,000,000)
 
    43  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2014:
    44    For case services provided on or after October  1,  2012  to  disabled
    45      individuals  in accordance with economic eligibility criteria devel-
    46      oped by the department ... 54,000,000 ............... (re. $345,000)
    47    For  services  and  expenses  of  independent  living   centers   ....
    48      12,361,000 ........................................ (re. $1,125,000)
    49    For college readers aid payments ... 294,000 .......... (re. $294,000)

                                           217                        12653-10-6
 
                                  EDUCATION DEPARTMENT
 
                     AID TO LOCALITIES - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2016-17
 
     1    For  services  and  expenses  of  supported  employment and integrated
     2      employment opportunities provided on or after October 1, 2012:
     3    For  services  and  expenses  of  programs providing or leading to the
     4      provision of time-limited services or long-term support services ...
     5      15,160,000 ........................................... (re. $50,000)
     6    For grants to schools for programs involving literacy and basic educa-
     7      tion for public assistance recipients for the  2014-15  school  year
     8      for  those  programs  administered by the state education department
     9      ... 1,843,000 ..................................... (re. $1,392,000)
    10    For competitive grants for adult literacy/education aid to public  and
    11      private not-for-profit agencies, including but not limited to, 2 and
    12      4  year  colleges,  community  based  organizations,  libraries, and
    13      volunteer literacy organizations and institutions which meet quality
    14      standards promulgated by the commissioner of  education  to  provide
    15      programs  of basic literacy, high school equivalency, and English as
    16      a second language to persons 16  years  of  age  or  older  for  the
    17      remaining payments of 2013-14 school year and for the 2014-15 school
    18      year, provided further that no more than $300,000 shall be available
    19      for remaining payments for the 2013-14 school year .................
    20      5,293,000 ......................................... (re. $1,565,000)
 
    21  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2013:
    22    For  case  services  provided  on or after October 1, 2010 to disabled
    23      individuals in accordance with economic eligibility criteria  devel-
    24      oped by the department ... 54,000,000 ................. (re. $1,000)
    25    For services and expenses of independent living centers ..............
    26      12,361,000 ........................................... (re. $72,000)
    27    For college readers aid payments ... 294,000 .......... (re. $294,000)
    28    For  services  and  expenses  of  supported  employment and integrated
    29      employment opportunities provided on or after October 1, 2010:
    30    For services and expenses of programs  providing  or  leading  to  the
    31      provision of time-limited services or long-term support services ...
    32      15,160,000 ........................................... (re. $40,000)
    33    For  competitive grants for adult literacy/education aid to public and
    34      private not-for-profit agencies, including but not limited to, 2 and
    35      4 year  colleges,  community  based  organizations,  libraries,  and
    36      volunteer literacy organizations and institutions which meet quality
    37      standards  promulgated  by  the commissioner of education to provide
    38      programs of basic literacy, high school equivalency, and English  as
    39      a  second  language  to  persons  16  years  of age or older for the
    40      remaining payments of 2012-13 school year and for the 2013-14 school
    41      year, provided further that no more than $300,000 shall be available
    42      for remaining payments for the 2012-13 school year .................
    43      5,293,000 ............................................ (re. $94,000)
 
    44  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2012:
    45    For college readers aid payments ... 294,000 ............ (re. $5,000)
 
    46    Special Revenue Funds - Federal
    47    Federal Education Fund
    48    Federal Department of Education Account - 25210

                                           218                        12653-10-6
 
                                  EDUCATION DEPARTMENT

                     AID TO LOCALITIES - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2016-17
 
     1  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2015, as added by  chapter  61,
     2      section 1, of the laws of 2015:
     3    For  case  services  provided to individuals with disabilities (21713)
     4      ... 70,000,000 ................................... (re. $70,000,000)
     5    For the independent living program (21856) ...........................
     6      2,572,000 ......................................... (re. $2,572,000)
     7    For the supported employment program (21741) .........................
     8      2,500,000 ......................................... (re. $2,500,000)
     9    For grants to schools and other  eligible  entities  for  adult  basic
    10      education,  literacy, and civics education pursuant to the workforce
    11      investment act (21734) ... 48,704,000 ............ (re. $48,704,000)

    12  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2014:
    13    For case services provided to individuals with disabilities ..........
    14      70,000,000 ....................................... (re. $50,000,000)
    15    For the independent living program ... 2,572,000 .... (re. $2,494,000)
    16    For the supported employment program ... 2,500,000 .. (re. $2,500,000)
    17    For grants to schools and other  eligible  entities  for  adult  basic
    18      education,  literacy, and civics education pursuant to the workforce
    19      investment act ... 48,704,000 .................... (re. $23,537,000)
 
    20  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2013:
    21    For case services provided to individuals with disabilities ..........
    22      70,000,000 ....................................... (re. $40,000,000)
    23    For the independent living program ... 2,572,000 .... (re. $2,248,000)
    24    For the supported employment program ... 2,500,000 .. (re. $1,308,000)
    25    For grants to schools and other  eligible  entities  for  adult  basic
    26      education,  literacy, and civics education pursuant to the workforce
    27      investment act ... 48,704,000 ..................... (re. $7,000,000)
 
    28    Special Revenue Funds - Other
    29    Miscellaneous Special Revenue Fund
    30    VESID Social Security Account - 22001
 
    31  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2015, as added by  chapter  61,
    32      section 1, of the laws of 2015:
    33    For  the  rehabilitation  of  social security disability beneficiaries
    34      (21852) ... 11,760,000 ........................... (re. $11,760,000)
 
    35  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2014:
    36    For the rehabilitation of social security disability beneficiaries ...
    37      11,760,000 ....................................... (re. $11,760,000)

    38  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2013:
    39    For the rehabilitation of social security disability beneficiaries ...
    40      11,760,000 ........................................ (re. $9,285,000)
 
    41  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2012:
    42    For the rehabilitation of social security disability beneficiaries ...
    43      11,760,000 ........................................ (re. $3,000,000)
 
    44    Special Revenue Funds - Other

                                           219                        12653-10-6
 
                                  EDUCATION DEPARTMENT
 
                     AID TO LOCALITIES - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2016-17
 
     1    Vocational Rehabilitation Fund
     2    Vocational Rehabilitation Account - 23051
 
     3  By  chapter  53, section 1, of the laws of 2015, as added by chapter 61,
     4      section 1, of the laws of 2015:
     5    For services and expenses of the special workers' compensation program
     6      ... 698,000 ......................................... (re. $698,000)
 
     7    Special Revenue Funds - Federal
     8    Federal Education Fund
     9    Federal Department of Education Account - 25210
 
    10  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2012:
    11    For case services provided to individuals with disabilities ..........
    12      70,000,000 ....................................... (re. $31,310,000)
 
    13  CULTURAL EDUCATION PROGRAM
 
    14    General Fund
    15    Local Assistance Account - 10000
 
    16  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2015, as added by  chapter  61,
    17      section 1, of the laws of 2015:
    18    Aid  to  public  libraries  including  aid  to New York public library
    19      (NYPL) and NYPL's science industry and  business  library.  Provided
    20      that,  notwithstanding  any  provision of law, rule or regulation to
    21      the contrary, such aid, and the state's  liability  therefor,  shall
    22      represent  fulfillment  of  the  state's obligation for this program
    23      (21846) ... 86,627,000 ............................ (re. $6,730,000)
    24    For services and expenses of the  Schomburg  Center  for  Research  in
    25      Black Culture ... 250,000 ........................... (re. $250,000)
    26    For  additional  aid  to  public  libraries for reimbursement of costs
    27      associated with the payment of the metropolitan commuter transporta-
    28      tion mobility tax, subject to an allocation plan  developed  by  the
    29      commissioner of education and approved by the director of the budget
    30      (21855) ... 1,300,000 ............................. (re. $1,300,000)
    31    Aid to educational television and radio. Notwithstanding any provision
    32      of  law, rule or regulation to the contrary, the amount appropriated
    33      herein shall represent fulfillment of  the  state's  obligation  for
    34      this program (21848) ... 14,002,000 ............... (re. $1,451,000)
 
    35  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2014:
    36    Aid  to  public  libraries  including  aid  to New York public library
    37      (NYPL) and NYPL's science industry and business library.    Provided
    38      that,  notwithstanding  any  provision of law, rule or regulation to
    39      the contrary, such aid, and the state's  liability  therefor,  shall
    40      represent fulfillment of the state's obligation for this program ...
    41      81,627,000 ........................................... (re. $59,000)
 
    42    Special Revenue Fund - Federal
    43    Federal Miscellaneous Operating Grants Fund
    44    Federal Operating Grants Account - [25300] 25456

                                           220                        12653-10-6
 
                                  EDUCATION DEPARTMENT
 
                     AID TO LOCALITIES - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2016-17
 
     1  By  chapter  53, section 1, of the laws of 2015, as added by chapter 61,
     2      section 1, of the laws of 2015:
     3    For aid to public libraries pursuant to various federal laws including
     4      the library services technology act (21851) ........................
     5      5,400,000 ......................................... (re. $5,400,000)
 
     6  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2014:
     7    For aid to public libraries pursuant to various federal laws including
     8      the library services technology act ................................
     9      5,400,000 ......................................... (re. $2,885,000)
 
    10  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2013:
    11    For aid to public libraries pursuant to various federal laws including
    12      the library services technology act ................................
    13      5,400,000 ......................................... (re. $2,200,000)
 
    14    Special Revenue Funds - Other
    15    New York State Local Government Records Management Improvement Fund
    16    Local Government Records Management Account - 20501
 
    17  By  chapter  53, section 1, of the laws of 2015, as added by chapter 61,
    18      section 1, of the laws of 2015:
    19    Grants to individual local governments or groups of cooperating  local
    20      governments  as  provided  in section 57.35 of the arts and cultural
    21      affairs law (21849) ... 8,346,000 ................. (re. $8,346,000)
    22    Aid for documentary heritage grants  and  aid  to  eligible  archives,
    23      libraries,  historical  societies, museums, and to certain organiza-
    24      tions including the state education department that provide services
    25      to such programs (21850) ... 461,000 ................ (re. $461,000)
 
    26  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2014:
    27    Grants to individual local governments or groups of cooperating  local
    28      governments  as  provided  in section 57.35 of the arts and cultural
    29      affairs law ... 8,346,000 ......................... (re. $3,642,000)
    30    Aid for documentary heritage grants  and  aid  to  eligible  archives,
    31      libraries,  historical  societies, museums, and to certain organiza-
    32      tions including the state education department that provide services
    33      to such programs ... 461,000 ........................ (re. $404,000)
 
    34  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2013:
    35    Grants to individual local governments or groups of cooperating  local
    36      governments  as  provided  in section 57.35 of the arts and cultural
    37      affairs law ... 8,346,000 ......................... (re. $3,147,000)
    38    Aid for documentary heritage grants  and  aid  to  eligible  archives,
    39      libraries,  historical  societies, museums, and to certain organiza-
    40      tions including the state education department that provide services
    41      to such programs ... 461,000 ......................... (re. $20,000)
 
    42  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2012:
    43    Grants to individual local governments or groups of cooperating  local
    44      governments  as  provided  in section 57.35 of the arts and cultural
    45      affairs law ... 8,346,000 ......................... (re. $5,000,000)

                                           221                        12653-10-6
 
                                  EDUCATION DEPARTMENT

                     AID TO LOCALITIES - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2016-17
 
     1  OFFICE OF HIGHER EDUCATION AND THE PROFESSIONS PROGRAM
 
     2    General Fund
     3    Local Assistance Account - 10000
 
     4  By  chapter  53, section 1, of the laws of 2015, as added by chapter 61,
     5      section 1, of the laws of 2015:
     6    For liberty partnerships program awards as prescribed by  section  612
     7      of  the  education  law as added by chapter 425 of the laws of 1988.
     8      Notwithstanding any other section of law to  the  contrary,  funding
     9      for such programs in the 2015-16 fiscal year shall be limited to the
    10      amount appropriated herein (21830) .................................
    11      13,755,860 ....................................... (re. $11,537,000)
    12    For  additional  liberty  partnerships program awards as prescribed by
    13      section 612 of the education law as added by chapter 425 of the laws
    14      of 1988. Notwithstanding any other section of law to  the  contrary,
    15      funding for such programs in the 2015-16 fiscal year shall be limit-
    16      ed to the amount appropriated herein ...............................
    17      1,546,000 ......................................... (re. $1,546,000)
    18    For  higher  education  opportunity program awards. Funds appropriated
    19      herein shall be used by independent colleges to expand opportunities
    20      for the educationally and economically disadvantaged at  independent
    21      institutions of higher learning (21832) ............................
    22      26,614,920 ....................................... (re. $22,588,000)
    23    For  additional  higher  education  opportunity  program awards. Funds
    24      appropriated herein shall be used by independent colleges to  expand
    25      opportunities  for  the educationally and economically disadvantaged
    26      at independent institutions of higher learning (21843) .............
    27      2,991,000 ......................................... (re. $2,991,000)
    28    For science and technology entry program (STEP)awards (21834) ........
    29      11,845,180 ........................................ (re. $9,972,000)
    30    For additional science and technology entry program (STEP) awards  ...
    31      1,331,000 ......................................... (re. $1,331,000)
    32    For  collegiate  science  and  technology entry program (CSTEP) awards
    33      (21835) ... 8,975,890 ............................. (re. $8,018,000)
    34    For additional collegiate science and technology entry program (CSTEP)
    35      awards ... 1,009,000 .............................. (re. $1,009,000)
    36    For teacher opportunity corps program awards (21837) .................
    37      450,000 ............................................. (re. $450,000)
    38    For services and expenses of  a  foster  youth  initiative  to  ensure
    39      support  is  available  through  current  post-secondary opportunity
    40      programs at public and independent  institutions  for  foster  youth
    41      including  summer  transition  programs, and to provide foster youth
    42      with financial aid outreach, counseling services, and direct  finan-
    43      cial  support. A portion of these funds may be suballocated to other
    44      state departments, agencies, the State University of New  York,  and
    45      the City University of New York (55913) ............................
    46      1,500,000 ........................................... (re. $270,000)
    47    For  state  financial assistance to expand high needs nursing programs
    48      at private colleges and  universities  in  accordance  with  section
    49      6401-a of the education law (21838) ... 941,000 ..... (re. $941,000)

                                           222                        12653-10-6
 
                                  EDUCATION DEPARTMENT
 
                     AID TO LOCALITIES - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2016-17
 
     1    For  services  and  expenses  of  the  national board for professional
     2      teaching standards  certification  grant  program  for  the  2015-16
     3      school year (21785) ... 368,000 ..................... (re. $368,000)
 
     4  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2014:
     5    For  liberty  partnerships program awards as prescribed by section 612
     6      of the education law as added by chapter 425 of the  laws  of  1988.
     7      Notwithstanding  any  other  section of law to the contrary, funding
     8      for such programs in the 2014-15 fiscal year shall be limited to the
     9      amount appropriated herein ... 12,918,260 ......... (re. $7,781,000)
    10    For higher education opportunity program  awards.  Funds  appropriated
    11      herein shall be used by independent colleges to expand opportunities
    12      for  the educationally and economically disadvantaged at independent
    13      institutions of higher learning ... 24,996,040 .... (re. $5,070,000)
    14    For teacher opportunity corps program awards .........................
    15      450,000 ............................................. (re. $360,000)
    16    For services and expenses  of  the  national  board  for  professional
    17      teaching  standards  certification  grant  program  for  the 2014-15
    18      school year ... 368,000 ............................. (re. $138,000)
    19    For postsecondary aid to Native Americans to fund awards  to  eligible
    20      students.  Notwithstanding any other provision of law to the contra-
    21      ry, the amount herein made available shall  constitute  the  state's
    22      entire  obligation  for all costs incurred under section 4118 of the
    23      education law in state fiscal year 2014-15 .........................
    24      598,000 ............................................. (re. $297,000)
 
    25  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2014, as amended by chapter 61,
    26      section 1, of the laws of 2015:
    27    For science and technology entry program (STEP) awards ...............
    28      11,125,030 ........................................ (re. $3,567,000)
    29    For collegiate science and technology entry program (CSTEP) awards ...
    30      8,429,520 ......................................... (re. $2,778,000)
 
    31  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2013:
    32    For liberty partnerships program awards as prescribed by  section  612
    33      of the education law as added by chapter 425 of the laws of 1988.
    34    Notwithstanding  any other section of law to the contrary, funding for
    35      such programs in the 2013-14 fiscal year shall  be  limited  to  the
    36      amount appropriated herein ... 12,542,000 ......... (re. $1,630,000)
    37    For  higher  education  opportunity program awards. Funds appropriated
    38      herein shall be used by independent colleges to expand opportunities
    39      for the educationally and economically disadvantaged at  independent
    40      institutions of higher learning ... 24,268,000 .... (re. $1,851,000)
    41    For science and technology entry program (STEP) awards ...............
    42      10,801,000 ........................................... (re. $36,000)
    43    For collegiate science and technology entry program (CSTEP) awards ...
    44      8,184,000 ........................................... (re. $274,000)
    45    For teacher opportunity corps program awards .........................
    46      450,000 ............................................. (re. $137,000)
    47    For  postsecondary  aid to Native Americans to fund awards to eligible
    48      students. Notwithstanding any other provision of law to the  contra-
    49      ry,  the  amount  herein made available shall constitute the state's

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     1      entire obligation for all costs incurred under section 4118  of  the
     2      education law in state fiscal year 2013-14 .........................
     3      598,000 .............................................. (re. $25,000)
 
     4  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2013, as transferred by chapter
     5      53, section 1, of the laws of 2014:
     6    For  services  and  expenses  of  the  national board for professional
     7      teaching standards certificate grant program .......................
     8      250,000 ............................................. (re. $202,000)
 
     9  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2012:
    10    For higher education opportunity program  awards.  Funds  appropriated
    11      herein shall be used by independent colleges to expand opportunities
    12      for  the educationally and economically disadvantaged at independent
    13      institutions of higher learning ... 20,783,000 .... (re. $1,687,000)
    14    For science and technology entry program (STEP) awards ...............
    15      9,774,000 ............................................ (re. $18,000)
    16    For teacher opportunity corps program awards .........................
    17      450,000 .............................................. (re. $17,000)
    18    For services and expenses  of  the  national  board  for  professional
    19      teaching standards certification grant program .....................
    20      368,000 ............................................. (re. $145,000)
 
    21  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2011:
    22    For  higher  education  opportunity program awards. Funds appropriated
    23      herein shall be used by independent colleges to expand opportunities
    24      for the educationally and economically disadvantaged at  independent
    25      institutions of higher learning ... 20,783,000 ...... (re. $439,000)
 
    26  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2010:
    27    For  higher  education  opportunity program awards. Funds appropriated
    28      herein shall be used by independent colleges to expand opportunities
    29      for the educationally and economically disadvantaged at  independent
    30      institutions of higher learning ... 20,783,000 .... (re. $1,233,000)
 
    31  By  chapter  53,  section  1, of the laws of 2009, as amended by chapter
    32      502, section 2, of the laws of 2009:
    33    For higher education opportunity program  awards.  Funds  appropriated
    34      herein shall be used by independent colleges to expand opportunities
    35      for  the educationally and economically disadvantaged at independent
    36      institutions of higher learning; provided, however, that the  amount
    37      of  this appropriation available for expenditure and disbursement on
    38      and after November 1, 2009 shall be reduced by 12.5 percent  of  the
    39      amount that was undisbursed as of November 1, 2009 .................
    40      23,752,000 .......................................... (re. $364,000)
 
    41  By  chapter  53,  section  1, of the laws of 2008, as amended by chapter
    42      496, section 3, of the laws of 2008:
    43    For higher education opportunity program  awards.  Funds  appropriated
    44      herein shall be used by independent colleges to expand opportunities
    45      for  the educationally and economically disadvantaged at independent
    46      institutions of higher learning, provided, however, that the  amount

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     1      of  this appropriation available for expenditure and disbursement on
     2      and after September 1, 2008 shall be reduced by six percent  of  the
     3      amount that was undisbursed as of August 15, 2008 ..................
     4      23,716,000 ........................................... (re. $80,000)
 
     5  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2007, as transferred by chapter
     6      53, section 1, of the laws of 2011:
     7    For  services  and  expenses  of  the  national board for professional
     8      teaching standards  certification  grant  program  for  the  2007-08
     9      school year ... 500,000 ............................. (re. $116,000)
 
    10    Special Revenue Funds - Federal
    11    Federal Education Fund
    12    Federal Department of Education Account - 25210
 
    13  By  chapter  53, section 1, of the laws of 2015, as added by chapter 61,
    14      section 1, of the laws of 2015:
    15    For grants to schools and other eligible entities for programs  pursu-
    16      ant  to various federal laws including: title II-A improving teacher
    17      quality program.
    18    Notwithstanding any provision of law to the contrary, funds  appropri-
    19      ated  herein  may  be  suballocated,  subject to the approval of the
    20      director of the budget, to  any  state  agency  or  department,  and
    21      interchanged  to  other  accounts, to accomplish the purpose of this
    22      appropriation. A portion of this appropriation may  be  interchanged
    23      to other accounts, as needed to accomplish the intent of this appro-
    24      priation (23419) ... 5,000,000 .................... (re. $5,000,000)
 
    25  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2014:
    26    For  grants to schools and other eligible entities for programs pursu-
    27      ant to various federal laws including: title II-A improving  teacher
    28      quality program.
    29    Notwithstanding  any provision of law to the contrary, funds appropri-
    30      ated herein may be suballocated, subject  to  the  approval  of  the
    31      director  of  the  budget,  to  any  state agency or department, and
    32      interchanged to other accounts, to accomplish the  purpose  of  this
    33      appropriation.  A  portion of this appropriation may be interchanged
    34      to other accounts, as needed to accomplish the intent of this appro-
    35      priation ... 5,000,000 ............................ (re. $3,400,000)
 
    36  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2013:
    37    For grants to schools and other eligible entities for programs  pursu-
    38      ant  to various federal laws including: title II-A improving teacher
    39      quality program.
    40    Notwithstanding any provision of law to the contrary, funds  appropri-
    41      ated  herein  may  be  suballocated,  subject to the approval of the
    42      director of the budget, to  any  state  agency  or  department,  and
    43      interchanged  to  other  accounts, to accomplish the purpose of this
    44      appropriation. A portion of this appropriation may  be  interchanged
    45      to other accounts, as needed to accomplish the intent of this appro-
    46      priation ... 5,000,000 .............................. (re. $331,000)

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     1  OFFICE OF MANAGEMENT SERVICES PROGRAM
 
     2    Special Revenue Funds - Other
     3    Combined Expendable Trust Fund
     4    Grants Account - 20191
 
     5  By  chapter  53, section 1, of the laws of 2015, as added by chapter 61,
     6      section 1, of the laws of 2015:
     7    For services and expenses related  to  the  administration  of  funds,
     8      including  grants to local recipients, paid to the education depart-
     9      ment from private foundations, corporations and individuals and from
    10      public or private funds received as payment in  lieu  of  honorarium
    11      for services rendered by employees which are related to such employ-
    12      ees' official duties or responsibilities ...........................
    13      5,214,000 ......................................... (re. $5,214,000)
 
    14  OFFICE OF PREKINDERGARTEN THROUGH GRADE TWELVE EDUCATION PROGRAM
 
    15    General Fund
    16    Local Assistance Account - 10000
 
    17  By  chapter  53, section 1, of the laws of 2015, as added by chapter 61,
    18      section 1, of the laws of 2015:
    19    For reimbursement of supplemental basic tuition  payments  to  charter
    20      schools  made  by  school  districts  in the 2014-15 school year, as
    21      defined by paragraph a of subdivision  1  of  section  2856  of  the
    22      education law ... 28,260,000 ....................... (re. 8,808,000)
    23    For  services  and  expenses  of remaining obligations for the 2014-15
    24      school year for support for the operation of targeted pre-kindergar-
    25      ten for those providers not eligible to receive funding pursuant  to
    26      section  3602-e  of  the education law and for support for providers
    27      continuing to operate such programs in the 2015-16 school year. Such
    28      funds shall be expended pursuant to a plan developed by the  commis-
    29      sioner  of  education  and  approved  by  the director of the budget
    30      (21763) ... 1,303,000 ............................. (re. $1,303,000)
    31    For services and expenses of remaining obligations  of  a  $14,260,000
    32      teacher  resources  and  computer  training  centers program for the
    33      2014-15 school year (21712) ... 4,278,000 ......... (re. $2,349,000)
    34    Funds appropriated herein shall be available for services and expenses
    35      of a $14,260,000 teacher  resources  and  computer  training  center
    36      program for the 2015-16 school year (23445) ........................
    37      9,982,000 ......................................... (re. $6,455,000)
    38    For  education  of  children of migrant workers for the 2015-16 school
    39      year (21764) ... 89,000 .............................. (re. $89,000)
    40    For the school lunch and breakfast program.    Funds  for  the  school
    41      lunch and breakfast program shall be expended subject to the limita-
    42      tion  of  funds  available  and may be used to reimburse sponsors of
    43      non-profit school lunch, breakfast, or other  school  child  feeding
    44      programs  based upon the number of federally reimbursable breakfasts
    45      and lunches served to students under such program agreements entered
    46      into by the state education department and such sponsors, in accord-
    47      ance with an act of Congress entitled  the  "National  School  Lunch

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     1      Act,"  P.L.  79-396,  as  amended,  or  the provisions of the "Child
     2      Nutrition Act of 1966," P.L. 89-642, as  amended,  in  the  case  of
     3      school  breakfast  programs  to  reimburse sponsors in excess of the
     4      federal rates of reimbursement. Notwithstanding any provision of law
     5      to  the contrary, the moneys hereby appropriated, or so much thereof
     6      as may be necessary, are to be available  for  the  purposes  herein
     7      specified  for obligations heretofore accrued or hereafter to accrue
     8      for the school years beginning July 1, 2013, July 1, 2014  and  July
     9      1, 2015.
    10    Notwithstanding  any  law,  rule  or  regulation  to the contrary, the
    11      amount appropriated herein represents  the  maximum  amount  payable
    12      during  the  2015-16  state  fiscal year for state reimbursement for
    13      school lunch and breakfast programs ................................
    14      34,400,000 ....................................... (re. $21,276,000)
    15    For aid payable for the 2013-14 school year for  additional  nonpublic
    16      school aid. Notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law, funds
    17      appropriated herein shall be available for payment of aid heretofore
    18      accrued and hereafter to accrue (21770) ............................
    19      47,374,000 ........................................ (re. $8,081,000)
    20    For  aid  payable for additional nonpublic school aid. Notwithstanding
    21      any inconsistent provision of law funds appropriated herein shall be
    22      used as payment toward a multi-year plan recommended by the  commis-
    23      sioner  to  address the prior year liabilities for the Comprehensive
    24      Attendance Policy program (23444) ..................................
    25      16,768,000 ............................................ (re. $1,000)
    26    For aid payable for additional nonpublic school  aid.  Notwithstanding
    27      any  inconsistent  provision of law, funds appropriated herein shall
    28      be used as part of a multi-year plan recommended by the commissioner
    29      to address the prior year liabilities for the Comprehensive  Attend-
    30      ance  Policy  program  and  providing that reimbursement of expenses
    31      beginning for the 2011-12 school year shall be calculated  based  on
    32      the  parameters  used to generate claims for the 2005-06 school year
    33      (55908) ... 5,000,000 ............................. (re. $3,541,000)
    34    For academic intervention for nonpublic schools based on a plan to  be
    35      developed  by  the  commissioner  of  education  and approved by the
    36      director of the budget (21771) ... 922,000 .......... (re. $922,000)
    37    For services and expenses of Safety Equipment  for  Nonpublic  Schools
    38      (21715) ... 4,500,000 ............................. (re. $4,500,000)
    39    For  costs  associated  with  schools for the blind and deaf and other
    40      students with disabilities subject to article 85  of  the  education
    41      law, including state aid for blind and deaf pupils in certain insti-
    42      tutions to be paid for the purposes provided under section 4204-a of
    43      the  education  law for the education of deaf children under 3 years
    44      of age, including transfers to  the  miscellaneous  special  revenue
    45      fund  Rome  school  for  the  deaf  account pursuant to a plan to be
    46      developed by the commissioner and approved by the  director  of  the
    47      budget.
    48    Of  the amounts appropriated herein, up to $84,700,000 shall be avail-
    49      able for reimbursement to school districts for the tuition costs  of
    50      students attending schools for the blind and deaf during the 2014-15
    51      school  year  pursuant to subdivision 2 of section 4204 of education
    52      law and subdivision 2 of section 4207 of the education  law,  up  to

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     1      $2,500,000   shall   be   available  for  debt  service  on  capital
     2      construction projects financed through the state dormitory  authori-
     3      ty,  and up to $9,000,000 shall be available for remaining allowable
     4      purposes.
     5    Provided  further  that, notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of
     6      law, upon disbursement  of  funds  appropriated  for  allowances  to
     7      schools  for the blind and deaf in the individuals with disabilities
     8      program special revenue funds-federal/aid to localities for purposes
     9      of this appropriation, funds appropriated herein shall be reduced in
    10      an amount equivalent to such disbursement and the  portion  of  this
    11      appropriation so affected shall have no further force or effect.
    12    Notwithstanding any provision of the law to the contrary, funds appro-
    13      priated herein shall be available for payment of liabilities hereto-
    14      fore  accrued or hereafter to accrue and, subject to the approval of
    15      the director of the budget, such funds shall  be  available  to  the
    16      department net of disallowances, refunds, reimbursements and credits
    17      ... 96,200,000 ................................... (re. $60,136,000)
    18    For services and expenses of the Henry Viscardi School for the 2015-16
    19      School Year ... 903,000 .............................. (re. $73,000)
    20    For  July  and August programs for school-aged children with handicap-
    21      ping conditions pursuant to  section  4408  of  the  education  law.
    22      Moneys appropriated herein shall be used as follows: (i) for remain-
    23      ing  base  year  and  prior  school  years obligations, (ii) for the
    24      purposes of subdivision 4 of section 3602 of the education  law  for
    25      schools  operated under articles 87 and 88 of the education law, and
    26      (iii)  notwithstanding  any  inconsistent  provision  of  law,   for
    27      payments made pursuant to this appropriation for current school year
    28      obligations,  provided, however, that such payments shall not exceed
    29      70 percent of the state aid due for the sum of the approved  tuition
    30      and  maintenance rates and transportation expense provided for here-
    31      in; provided, however, that payment  of  eligible  claims  shall  be
    32      payable in the order that such claims have been approved for payment
    33      by  the  commissioner  of  education,  but in no case shall a single
    34      payee draw down more than 45  percent  of  this  appropriation,  and
    35      provided  further that no claim shall be set aside for insufficiency
    36      of funds to make a complete payment, but shall  be  eligible  for  a
    37      partial  payment  in  one  year  and  shall retain its priority date
    38      status for subsequent appropriations designated for  such  purposes.
    39      Notwithstanding  any  inconsistent provision of law to the contrary,
    40      funds appropriated herein shall only be  available  for  liabilities
    41      incurred  prior to July 1, 2016, shall be used to pay 2014-15 school
    42      year claims in the first instance, and represent the maximum  amount
    43      payable  during  the 2015-16 state fiscal year.  Notwithstanding any
    44      provision of law to the contrary, funds appropriated herein shall be
    45      available for payment of liabilities heretofore accrued or hereafter
    46      to accrue and, subject to the approval of the director of the  budg-
    47      et, such funds shall be available to the department net of disallow-
    48      ances, refunds, reimbursements and credits .........................
    49      364,500,000 ..................................... (re. $226,724,000)
    50    For the state's share of the costs of the education of preschool chil-
    51      dren  with  disabilities  pursuant  to section 4410 of the education
    52      law. Notwithstanding  any  inconsistent  provision  of  law  to  the

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     1      contrary, the amount appropriated herein shall support a state share
     2      of preschool handicapped education costs for the 2014-15 school year
     3      limited  to  59.5  percent  of such total approved expenditures, and
     4      furthermore,  notwithstanding  any  other  provision  of  law, local
     5      claims for reimbursement of costs  incurred  prior  to  the  2013-14
     6      school  year  and  during  the  2013-14  school  year that have been
     7      approved for payment by the education department  as  of  March  31,
     8      2015  shall  be  the  first  claims  paid  from  this appropriation,
     9      provided further that, notwithstanding any provision of law  to  the
    10      contrary, no single payee may draw down more than 51 percent of this
    11      appropriation,  however,  in  the event that no other payees' claims
    12      received during the current  state  fiscal  year  are  approved  for
    13      payment by the commissioner and remain outstanding as of February 1,
    14      2016, such limitation shall not apply. Notwithstanding any provision
    15      of law to the contrary, funds appropriated herein shall be available
    16      for payment of liabilities heretofore accrued or hereafter to accrue
    17      and,  subject  to  the  approval of the director of the budget, such
    18      funds shall be available to the  department  net  of  disallowances,
    19      refunds, reimbursements and credits ................................
    20      1,020,000,000 ................................... (re. $234,167,000)
    21    For  services  and  expenses  of  the New York state center for school
    22      safety for the 2015-16 school year. Funds appropriated herein  shall
    23      be  used  to  operate  a statewide center and shall be subject to an
    24      expenditure plan approved by the director of the budget (21774) ....
    25      466,000 ............................................. (re. $466,000)
    26    For services and expenses of the  health  education  program  for  the
    27      2015-16  school  year.  Funds appropriated herein shall be available
    28      for health-related programs including, but  not  limited  to,  those
    29      providing  instruction  and  supportive  services  in  comprehensive
    30      health education and/or acquired immune deficiency  syndrome  (AIDS)
    31      education.  Of  the  amounts  appropriated  herein, $86,000 shall be
    32      available for the program previously operated as the  school  health
    33      demonstration program. Notwithstanding any other provision of law to
    34      the contrary, funds appropriated herein may be suballocated, subject
    35      to  the  approval of the director of the budget, to any state agency
    36      or department  to  accomplish  the  purpose  of  this  appropriation
    37      (21775) ... 691,000 ................................. (re. $691,000)
    38    For  competitive  grants  for the 2015-16 school year for extended day
    39      programs and school violence prevention programs pursuant to section
    40      2814 of the education law  provided,  however,  notwithstanding  any
    41      inconsistent  provisions  of  law, eligible entities receiving funds
    42      for extended day programs may include  not-for-profit  organizations
    43      working  in  collaboration  with  a public school or school district
    44      (21776) ... 24,344,000 ........................... (re. $24,344,000)
    45    For aid payable for the 2015-16 school  year  for  support  of  county
    46      vocational  education  and extension boards pursuant to section 1104
    47      of the education law, provided, however,  that  notwithstanding  any
    48      inconsistent  provision  of law, rule, or regulation, any apportion-
    49      ment of aid shall be based on a quota amounting to one-half  of  the
    50      salary paid each teacher, director, assistant, and supervisor, where
    51      such  salary is attributable to a course of study first submitted to
    52      the commissioner for approval pursuant to section 1103 of the educa-

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     1      tion law on or before July 1, 2010, but not  to  exceed  the  amount
     2      computed by the commissioner based upon an assumed annualized salary
     3      equal  to  ten  thousand  five  hundred  dollars  per school year on
     4      account  of  the  employment of such teacher, director, assistant or
     5      supervisor and provided further that payment from this appropriation
     6      shall first be made for approved claims for salary expenses for  the
     7      2015-16  school year, and any amount remaining after payment of such
     8      claims shall be available for payment of  unpaid  claims  for  prior
     9      school years (21781) ... 932,000 ... ................ (re. $754,000)
    10    For  services and expenses of the primary mental health project at the
    11      children's institute for the 2015-16 school year (21778) ...........
    12      894,000 ............................................. (re. $894,000)
    13    For services and expenses associated with the math  and  science  high
    14      schools  for  the  2015-16  school year in the amount of $1,382,000,
    15      provided that such funds shall  be  allocated  equally  among  those
    16      entities  that  received program funding for the 2007-08 school year
    17      (21779) ... 1,382,000 ............................. (re. $1,382,000)
    18    For additional grants in  aid  to  certain  school  districts,  public
    19      libraries   and  not-for-profit  institutions.  Notwithstanding  any
    20      provision of law this appropriation shall be allocated only pursuant
    21      to a plan setting forth an itemized list of grantees with the amount
    22      to be received by each,  or  the  methodology  for  allocating  such
    23      appropriation.    Such  plan shall be subject to the approval of the
    24      speaker of the assembly and the director of the budget and thereaft-
    25      er shall be included in a resolution calling for the expenditure  of
    26      such monies, which resolution must be approved by a majority vote of
    27      all  members  elected  to  the  assembly  upon  a roll call vote ...
    28      14,350,000 ........................................ (re. $1,640,000)
    29    For additional grants in  aid  to  certain  school  districts,  public
    30      libraries,  and  not-for-profit  institutions.  Notwithstanding  any
    31      provision of law this appropriation shall be allocated only pursuant
    32      to a plan setting forth an itemized list of grantees with the amount
    33      to be received by each,  or  the  methodology  for  allocating  such
    34      appropriation.    Such  plan shall be subject to the approval of the
    35      temporary president of the senate and the director of the budget and
    36      thereafter shall be included in a resolution calling for the expend-
    37      iture of such monies, which resolution must be approved by a majori-
    38      ty vote of all members elected to the senate upon a roll  call  vote
    39      ... 15,500,000 .................................... (re. $3,864,000)
    40    For  additional  grants  in  aid  to  certain school districts, public
    41      libraries,  and  not-for-profit  institutions.  Notwithstanding  any
    42      provision of law this appropriation shall be allocated only pursuant
    43      to a plan setting forth an itemized list of grantees with the amount
    44      to  be  received  by  each,  or  the methodology for allocating such
    45      appropriation.  Such plan shall be subject to the  approval  of  the
    46      temporary president of the senate and the director of the budget and
    47      thereafter shall be included in a resolution calling for the expend-
    48      iture of such monies, which resolution must be approved by a majori-
    49      ty  vote of all members elected to the senate upon a roll call vote.
    50      Provided, however, that the funds appropriated herein shall be  made
    51      available  on  or after April 1, 2016. Notwithstanding section 40 of
    52      the state finance law or any provision of law to the contrary,  this

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     1      appropriation shall lapse on March 31, 2017 ........................
     2      25,000,000 ....................................... (re. $25,000,000)
     3    Funds  appropriated herein shall be available for educational services
     4      and expenses of the Syracuse city school district for the say yes to
     5      education program (21800) ... 350,000 ............... (re. $350,000)
     6    For services and expenses of the center for autism and  related  disa-
     7      bilities  at  the state university of New York at Albany (21782) ...
     8      740,000 ............................................. (re. $740,000)
     9    For additional services and expenses of  the  center  for  autism  and
    10      related  disabilities  at the state university of New York at Albany
    11      (21792) ... 500,000 ................................. (re. $500,000)
    12    For postsecondary aid to Native Americans to fund awards  to  eligible
    13      students.  Notwithstanding any other provision of law to the contra-
    14      ry, the amount herein made available shall  constitute  the  state's
    15      entire  obligation  for all costs incurred under section 4118 of the
    16      education law in state fiscal year 2015-16 (21833) .................
    17      598,000 ............................................. (re. $416,000)
    18    For services and expenses of the summer food program for  the  2015-16
    19      school year ... 3,049,000 ........................... (re. $411,000)
    20    Work  Force  Education.  For  partial  reimbursement  of  services and
    21      expenses per contract hour of work force education conducted by  the
    22      consortium  for  worker  education  (CWE),  a private not-for-profit
    23      corporation programs approved by the commissioner of education  that
    24      enable  adults  who are 21 years of age or older to obtain or retain
    25      employment or improve their work skills capacity  to  enhance  their
    26      opportunities for increased earnings and advancement (21801) .......
    27      11,500,000 ........................................ (re. $7,910,000)
    28    For  additional  workforce  education  for  the  consortium for worker
    29      education (21802) ... 1,500,000 ....................... (re. $1,000)
    30    For the early college high schools  program  for  the  2015-16  school
    31      year,  provided,  however,  that  expenditure  of funds appropriated
    32      herein shall support the continuation and  expansion  of  the  early
    33      college  high  schools  program  pursuant to a plan developed by the
    34      commissioner and approved by the director of  the  budget  provided,
    35      further,  that  a  portion  of the payment to the early college high
    36      schools program awarded from this appropriation shall  be  available
    37      on  a  sliding scale based upon the number of college credits earned
    38      annually by participating students consistent with guidelines estab-
    39      lished by the commissioner. Provided further  that,  notwithstanding
    40      any  provision  of  law  to  the contrary, higher education partners
    41      participating in an early  college  high  schools  program,  or  the
    42      entity/entities  responsible for setting tuition at the institution,
    43      shall be authorized to set a reduced rate of tuition and/or fees, or
    44      to waive tuition and/or fees entirely, for students enrolled in such
    45      early college high schools program with no reduction in other state,
    46      local or other support for such students earning college credit that
    47      such higher education partner would otherwise be eligible to receive
    48      (56139) ... 2,000,000 ............................. (re. $2,000,000)
    49    For services and expenses of a $490,000 2015-16  school  year  program
    50      for mentoring and tutoring operated by the Hillside Work-Scholarship
    51      Connection  program,  which  is based on model programs proven to be
    52      effective in producing outcomes that include, but  are  not  limited

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     1      to,  improved graduation rates, provided that such services shall be
     2      provided to students in one or more city school districts located in
     3      a city having a population  in  excess  of  125,000  and  less  than
     4      1,000,000 inhabitants (21804) ... 490,000 ........... (re. $490,000)
     5    For  services  and  expenses of the Executive Leadership Institute ...
     6      475,000 ............................................. (re. $475,000)
     7    For payment of small government assistance to school districts  pursu-
     8      ant  to  subdivision  7  of  section 3641 of the education law on or
     9      before March 31, 2016 upon audit and warrant of the  comptroller  in
    10      the  amount  that  small  government  assistance  was paid to school
    11      districts in state fiscal year 2010-11 ... 1,868,000 .. (re. $1,000)
    12    For services and expenses of the  New  York  City  Community  Learning
    13      Schools initiative ... 1,500,000 .................. (re. $1,500,000)
    14    For services and expenses of National history Day ....................
    15      100,000 .............................................. (re. $75,000)
    16    For  educational  services  and expenses for DACA (Deferred Action for
    17      Childhood Arrivals) eligible out of school youth  and  young  adults
    18      (56045) ... 1,000,000 ............................. (re. $1,000,000)
 
    19  The appropriation made by chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2015, is
    20      hereby amended and reappropriated to read:
    21    For  nonpublic  school  aid  payable in the 2015-16 state fiscal year.
    22      Provided that nonpublic schools shall continue to receive aid  based
    23      on either a 5.0/5.5 hour standard instructional day, or another work
    24      day  as  certified  by the nonpublic school officials, in accordance
    25      with the methodology for computing salary and  benefits  applied  by
    26      the department in paying aid for the 2012-13 and prior school years.
    27      Notwithstanding  any  provision  of  law,  rule or regulation to the
    28      contrary, the amount  appropriated  herein  represents  the  maximum
    29      amount payable during the 2015-16 state fiscal year (21769) ........
    30      102,273,000 ..................................... (re. $101,689,000)
 
    31  The appropriation made by chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2015, as
    32      added  by  chapter  61,  section  1,  of the laws of 2015, is hereby
    33      amended and appropriated to read:
    34    For persistently  failing  schools  transformation  grants  to  school
    35      districts  pursuant to a spending plan developed by the commissioner
    36      of education and approved by the director of the budget.
    37    Eligibility for such grants  shall  be  limited  to  school  districts
    38      containing  a  school  or schools designated as persistently failing
    39      pursuant to paragraph (b) of subdivision 1 of section 211-f  of  the
    40      education law, provided that separate applications shall be required
    41      for each such school for which the school district requests a grant.
    42    Such  grants shall support activities including but not limited to the
    43      following: (i) use of school buildings as community hubs to  deliver
    44      co-located  or school-linked academic, health, mental health, nutri-
    45      tion, counseling, legal and/or other services to students and  their
    46      families;  (ii) expansion, alteration or replacement of the school's
    47      curriculum and program offerings; (iii) extension of the school  day
    48      and/or  school  year;  (iv) professional development of teachers and
    49      administrators; (v) mentoring of  at-risk  students;  and  (vi)  the
    50      actual  and  necessary  expenses  of  the  external  receiver of the

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     1      school. Provided that the commissioner shall confirm that  any  such
     2      eligible activity is aligned with the school's approved intervention
     3      model, comprehensive education plan or school intervention plan.
     4    In  determining  the  amount  of  such  grants, the commissioner shall
     5      consider factors including but not limited to the enrollment of  the
     6      school.  Provided that for each of the persistently failing schools,
     7      the maximum annual grant in the 2015-16  and  2016-17  school  years
     8      shall be established by the state education department in the spend-
     9      ing  plan  for such grants. A portion of such grants shall be avail-
    10      able by July 1 of each such school year. Notwithstanding section  40
    11      of  the  state  finance law or any provision of law to the contrary,
    12      this appropriation shall lapse on March 31, [2017] 2018 (55906)  ...
    13      75,000,000 ....................................... (re. $75,000,000)
    14    Notwithstanding  any  inconsistent provision of law, the amount appro-
    15      priated herein shall be available only to the extent that the  unen-
    16      cumbered  balance  of  the  commercial gaming revenue account estab-
    17      lished by section 97-nnnn of the state finance law is less than  the
    18      amount required to fully fund payments of general support for public
    19      schools  to  be  made  from  funds  appropriated  from such account,
    20      provided that the state comptroller shall certify to the commission-
    21      er of education the amount of funds available in such  account,  (1)
    22      for the 2014-15 school year, by June 15, 2015 based on the amount of
    23      funds  available  as  of June 1, 2015 and (2) for the 2015-16 school
    24      year, for the first such payment, by March 15,  2016  based  on  the
    25      amount  of  funds  available as of March 1, 2016 and, for the second
    26      such payment by June 15, 2016 based on the amount of funds available
    27      as of June 1,2016, and provided further that the commissioner  shall
    28      notify  the  director  of  the  budget  no  later than 15 days after
    29      receipt of such certification of the amounts, if any, payable pursu-
    30      ant to section 3609-h of the education law  from  such  account  and
    31      from  this  appropriation.  Provided,  however,  that  of the amount
    32      appropriated herein, no more than 50 percent shall be available  for
    33      general  support  for public schools payments for the 2014-15 school
    34      year, and no more than  35  percent  shall  be  available  for  such
    35      payments for the 2015-16 school year to be made in the 2015-16 state
    36      fiscal  year. Provided that, notwithstanding section 40 of the state
    37      finance law or any provision of law to the contrary, this  appropri-
    38      ation  shall  lapse  on  [June  30, 2016] March 31, 2017 (56140) ...
    39      162,000,000 ...................................... (re. $81,000,000)
 
    40  The appropriation made by chapter 20, section 1 of subpart B of part  B,
    41      of the laws of 2015, is hereby amended and reappropriated to read:
    42    [The sum of two hundred fifty million dollars ($250,000,000) is hereby
    43      appropriated  to the state education department out of any moneys in
    44      the state treasury in the general fund to the cred-it of  the  local
    45      assistance account, not otherwise appropriated, and made immediately
    46      available,  for]  For  reimbursement to non-public schools for prior
    47      year expenses for performing state-mandated functions, including but
    48      not  limited  to  the  comprehensive  attendance   policy   program.
    49      Provided,  further,  that up to twenty million dollars ($20,000,000)
    50      of the amount appropriated herein shall be available  to  pay  addi-
    51      tional  liabilities  of  the comprehensive attendance policy program

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     1      for the 2013-14 and 2014-15 school years. Notwithstanding any incon-
     2      sistent provision of law, funds appropriated herein  shall  be  used
     3      for  such reimbursement in accordance with a methodology recommended
     4      by  the  commissioner of education to address prior year expenses of
     5      non-public schools for such state-mandated functions.   Such  moneys
     6      shall  be  payable  on  the  audit and warrant of the comptroller on
     7      vouchers certified or approved [by the director  of  the  budget  as
     8      submitted] by the commissioner of education in the manner prescribed
     9      by  law.  Notwithstanding section 40 of the state finance law or any
    10      provision of law to the contrary, this appropriation shall lapse  on
    11      March 31, 2017 (55914) .............................................
    12      250,000,000 ..................................... (re. $125,000,000)
 
    13  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2014:
    14    For  services  and  expenses  of remaining obligations for the 2013-14
    15      school year for support for the operation of targeted pre-kindergar-
    16      ten for those providers not eligible to receive funding pursuant  to
    17      section  3602-e  of  the education law and for support for providers
    18      continuing to operate such programs  in  the  2014-15  school  year.
    19      Such  funds  shall  be  expended pursuant to a plan developed by the
    20      commissioner of education and approved by the director of the budget
    21      ... 1,303,000 ........................................ (re. $80,000)
    22    Funds appropriated herein shall be available for services and expenses
    23      of a $14,260,000 teacher  resources  and  computer  training  center
    24      program for the 2014-15 school year ................................
    25      9,982,000 ............................................. (re. $7,000)
    26    For  services  and  expenses of remaining obligations of a $14,260,000
    27      teacher resources and computer  training  centers  program  for  the
    28      2013-14 school year ... 4,278,000 ................... (re. $339,000)
    29    For  the  school  lunch  and breakfast program.   Funds for the school
    30      lunch and breakfast program shall be expended subject to the limita-
    31      tion of funds available and may be used  to  reimburse  sponsors  of
    32      non-profit  school  lunch,  breakfast, or other school child feeding
    33      programs based upon the number of federally reimbursable break-fasts
    34      and lunches served to students under such program agreements entered
    35      into by the state education department and such sponsors, in accord-
    36      ance with an act of Congress entitled  the  "National  School  Lunch
    37      Act,"  P.L.  79-396,  as  amended,  or  the provisions of the "Child
    38      Nutrition Act of 1966," P.L. 89-642, as  amended,  in  the  case  of
    39      school  breakfast  programs  to reim-burse sponsors in excess of the
    40      federal rates of reimbursement. Notwithstanding any provision of law
    41      to the contrary, the moneys hereby appropriated, or so much  thereof
    42      as  may  be  necessary,  are to be available for the purposes herein
    43      speci-fied for obligations heretofore accrued or hereafter to accrue
    44      for the school years beginning July 1, 2012, July 1, 2013  and  July
    45      1, 2014.
    46    Notwithstanding  any  law,  rule  or  regulation  to the contrary, the
    47      amount appropriated herein represents  the  maximum  amount  payable
    48      during  the  2014-15  state  fiscal year for state reimbursement for
    49      school lunch and breakfast programs ... 34,400,000 .... (re. $1,000)
    50    For costs associated with schools for the blind  and  deaf  and  other
    51      students  with  disabilities  subject to article 85 of the education

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     1      law, including state aid for blind and deaf pupils in certain insti-
     2      tutions to be paid for the purposes provided under section 4204-a of
     3      the education law for the education of deaf children under  3  years
     4      of  age,  including  transfers  to the miscellaneous special revenue
     5      fund Rome school for the deaf account  pursuant  to  a  plan  to  be
     6      developed  by  the  commissioner and approved by the director of the
     7      budget.
     8    Of the amounts appropriated herein, up to $84,700,000 shall be  avail-
     9      able  for reimbursement to school districts for the tuition costs of
    10      students attending schools for the blind and deaf during the 2013-14
    11      school year pursuant to subdivision 2 of section 4204  of  education
    12      law  and  subdivision  2 of section 4207 of the education law, up to
    13      $2,500,000  shall  be  available  for  debt   service   on   capital
    14      construction  projects financed through the state dormitory authori-
    15      ty, and up to $9,000,000 shall be available for remaining  allowable
    16      purposes.
    17    Provided  further  that, notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of
    18      law, upon disbursement  of  funds  appropriated  for  allowances  to
    19      schools  for the blind and deaf in the individuals with disabilities
    20      program special revenue funds-federal/aid to localities for purposes
    21      of this appropriation, funds appropriated herein shall be reduced in
    22      an amount equivalent to such disbursement and the  portion  of  this
    23      appropriation so affected shall have no further force or effect.
    24    Notwithstanding any provision of the law to the contrary, funds appro-
    25      priated herein shall be available for payment of liabilities hereto-
    26      fore  accrued or hereafter to accrue and, subject to the approval of
    27      the director of the budget, such funds shall  be  available  to  the
    28      department net of disallowances, refunds, reimbursements and credits
    29      ... 96,200,000 .................................... (re. $6,950,000)
    30    For  July  and August programs for school-aged children with handicap-
    31      ping conditions pursuant to  section  4408  of  the  education  law.
    32      Moneys appropriated herein shall be used as follows: (i) for remain-
    33      ing  base  year  and  prior  school  years obligations, (ii) for the
    34      purposes of subdivision 4 of section 3602 of the education  law  for
    35      schools  operated under articles 87 and 88 of the education law, and
    36      (iii)  notwithstanding  any  inconsistent  provision  of  law,   for
    37      payments made pursuant to this appropriation for current school year
    38      obligations,  provided, however, that such payments shall not exceed
    39      70 percent of the state aid due for the sum of the approved  tuition
    40      and  maintenance rates and transportation expense provided for here-
    41      in; provided, however, that payment  of  eligible  claims  shall  be
    42      payable in the order that such claims have been approved for payment
    43      by  the  commissioner  of  education,  but in no case shall a single
    44      payee draw down more than 45  percent  of  this  appropriation,  and
    45      provided  further that no claim shall be set aside for insufficiency
    46      of funds to make a complete payment, but shall  be  eligible  for  a
    47      partial  payment  in  one  year  and  shall retain its priority date
    48      status for subsequent appropriations designated for  such  purposes.
    49      Notwithstanding  any  inconsistent provision of law to the contrary,
    50      funds appropriated herein shall only be  available  for  liabilities
    51      incurred  prior to July 1, 2015, shall be used to pay 2013-14 school
    52      year claims in the first instance, and represent the maximum  amount

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     1      payable  during  the 2014-15 state fiscal year.  Notwithstanding any
     2      provision of law to the contrary, funds appropriated herein shall be
     3      available for payment of liabilities heretofore accrued or hereafter
     4      to  accrue and, subject to the approval of the director of the budg-
     5      et, such funds shall be available to the department net of disallow-
     6      ances, refunds, reimbursements and credits .........................
     7      362,500,000 ...................................... (re. $11,500,000)
     8    For the state's share of the costs of the education of preschool chil-
     9      dren with disabilities pursuant to section  4410  of  the  education
    10      law.  Notwithstanding  any  inconsistent  provision  of  law  to the
    11      contrary, the amount appropriated herein shall support a state share
    12      of preschool handicapped education costs for the 2013-14 school year
    13      limited to 59.5 percent of such  total  approved  expenditures,  and
    14      furthermore,  notwithstanding  any  other  provision  of  law, local
    15      claims for reimbursement of costs  incurred  prior  to  the  2012-13
    16      school  year  and  during  the  2012-13  school  year that have been
    17      approved for payment by the education department  as  of  March  31,
    18      2014  shall  be  the  first  claims  paid  from  this appropriation.
    19      Notwithstanding any provision of law to the contrary,  funds  appro-
    20      priated herein shall be available for payment of liabilities hereto-
    21      fore  accrued or hereafter to accrue and, subject to the approval of
    22      the director of the budget, such funds shall  be  available  to  the
    23      department net of disallowances, refunds, reimbursements and credits
    24      ... 1,042,500,000 ................................ (re. $33,086,000)
    25    For  services  and  expenses  of  the New York state center for school
    26      safety for the 2014-15 school year. Funds appropriated herein  shall
    27      be  used  to  operate  a statewide center and shall be subject to an
    28      expenditure plan approved by the director of the budget ............
    29      466,000 .............................................. (re. $93,000)
    30    For services and expenses of the  health  education  program  for  the
    31      2014-15  school  year.  Funds appropriated herein shall be available
    32      for health-related programs including, but  not  limited  to,  those
    33      providing  instruction  and  supportive  services  in  comprehensive
    34      health education and/or acquired immune deficiency  syndrome  (AIDS)
    35      education.  Of  the  amounts  appropriated  herein, $86,000 shall be
    36      available for the program previously operated as the  school  health
    37      demonstration program. Notwithstanding any other provision of law to
    38      the contrary, funds appropriated herein may be suballocated, subject
    39      to  the  approval of the director of the budget, to any state agency
    40      or department to accomplish the purpose of this appropriation ......
    41      691,000 ............................................. (re. $260,000)
    42    For competitive grants for the 2014-15 school year  for  extended  day
    43      programs and school violence prevention programs pursuant to section
    44      2814  of  the  education  law provided, however, notwithstanding any
    45      inconsistent provisions of law, eligible  entities  receiving  funds
    46      for  extended  day programs may include not-for-profit organizations
    47      working in collaboration with a public school or school district ...
    48      24,344,000 ........................................ (re. $2,339,000)
    49    For aid payable for the 2014-15 school  year  for  support  of  county
    50      vocational  education  and extension boards pursuant to section 1104
    51      of the education law, provided, however,  that  notwithstanding  any
    52      inconsistent  provision  of law, rule, or regulation, any apportion-

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     1      ment of aid shall be based on a quota amounting to one-half  of  the
     2      salary paid each teacher, director, assistant, and supervisor, where
     3      such  salary is attributable to a course of study first submitted to
     4      the commissioner for approval pursuant to section 1103 of the educa-
     5      tion  law  on  or  before July 1, 2010, but not to exceed the amount
     6      computed by the commissioner based upon an assumed annualized salary
     7      equal to ten thousand  five  hundred  dollars  per  school  year  on
     8      account  of  the  employment of such teacher, director, assistant or
     9      supervisor and provided further that payment from this appropriation
    10      shall first be made for approved claims for salary expenses for  the
    11      2014-15  school year, and any amount remaining after payment of such
    12      claims shall be available for payment of  unpaid  claims  for  prior
    13      school years ... 932,000 ............................. (re. $70,000)
    14    For  services and expenses of the primary mental health project at the
    15      children's institute for the 2014-15 school year ...................
    16      894,000 .............................................. (re. $89,000)
    17    For services and expenses associated with the math  and  science  high
    18      schools  for  the  2014-15  school year in the amount of $1,382,000,
    19      provided that such funds shall  be  allocated  equally  among  those
    20      entities  that  received program funding for the 2007-08 school year
    21      ... 1,382,000 ........................................ (re. $52,000)
    22    For additional grants in  aid  to  certain  school  districts,  public
    23      libraries   and  not-for-profit  institutions.  Notwithstanding  any
    24      provision of law this appropriation shall be allocated only pursuant
    25      to a plan setting forth.an itemized list of grantees with the amount
    26      to be received by each,  or  the  methodology  for  allocating  such
    27      appropriation.    Such  plan shall be subject to the approval of the
    28      speaker of the assembly and the director of the budget and thereaft-
    29      er shall be included in a resolution calling for the expenditure  of
    30      such  monies,  which resolution shall be approved by a majority vote
    31      of all members elected to the assembly upon a  roll  call  vote  ...
    32      23,420,000 ....................................... (re. $11,404,000)
    33    For  additional  grants  in  aid  to  certain school districts, public
    34      libraries,  and  not-for-profit  institutions.  Notwithstanding  any
    35      provision of law this appropriation shall be allocated only pursuant
    36      to a plan setting forth an itemized list of grantees with the amount
    37      to  be  received  by  each,  or  the methodology for allocating such
    38      appropriation. Such plan shall be subject to  the  approval  of  the
    39      temporary president of the senate and the director of the budget and
    40      thereafter shall be included in a resolution calling for he expendi-
    41      ture of such monies, which resolution must be approved by a majority
    42      vote of all members elected to the senate upon a roll call vote ....
    43      19,050,000 ........................................ (re. $1,825,000)
    44    For  payment of small government assistance to school districts pursu-
    45      ant to subdivision 7 of section 3641 of  the  education  law  on  or
    46      before  March  31, 2015 upon audit and warrant of the comptroller in
    47      the amount that small  government  assistance  was  paid  to  school
    48      districts in state fiscal year 2010-11 .............................
    49      1,868,000 ............................................. (re. $1,000)
    50    For  services  and  expenses  of  the New York City Community Learning
    51      Schools Initiative ... 1,500,000 .................... (re. $615,000)

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     1    For services and expenses of the Council on the Humanities ...........
     2      450,000 ............................................. (re. $450,000)
     3    For  services  and expenses of the center for autism and related disa-
     4      bilities at the state university of New York at Albany .............
     5      740,000 ............................................. (re. $740,000)
     6    For additional services and expenses for the  center  for  autism  and
     7      related  disabilities  at the state university of New York at Albany
     8      ... 500,000 ......................................... (re. $190,000)
     9    For services and expenses of national history day ....................
    10      100,000 .............................................. (re. $75,000)
    11    For services and expenses of CNY Arts Inc. ...........................
    12      100,000 .............................................. (re. $75,000)
    13    For services and expenses of Boys and Girls State ....................
    14      150,000 ............................................. (re. $150,000)
    15    For services and expenses of the Executive  Leadership  Institute  ...
    16      475,000 ............................................. (re. $366,000)
    17    For  the  early  college  high  schools program for the 2014-15 school
    18      year, provided, however,  that  expenditure  of  funds  appropriated
    19      herein  shall  support  the  continuation and expansion of the early
    20      college high schools program pursuant to a  plan  developed  by  the
    21      commissioner  and  approved  by the director of the budget provided,
    22      further, that a portion of the payment to  the  early  college  high
    23      schools  program  awarded from this appropriation shall be available
    24      on a sliding scale based upon the number of college  credits  earned
    25      annually by participating students consistent with guidelines estab-
    26      lished  by  the commissioner. Provided further that, notwithstanding
    27      any provision of law to  the  contrary,  higher  education  partners
    28      participating  in  an  early  college  high  schools program, or the
    29      entity/entities responsible for setting tuition at the  institution,
    30      shall be authorized to set a reduced rate of tuition and/or fees, or
    31      to waive tuition and/or fees entirely, for students enrolled in such
    32      early college high schools program with no reduction in other state,
    33      local or other support for such students earning college credit that
    34      such higher education partner would otherwise be eligible to receive
    35      ... 2,000,000 ..................................... (re. $1,735,000)
    36    For  educational  services  and expenses for DACA (Deferred Action for
    37      Childhood Arrivals) eligible out of school youth  and  young  adults
    38      ... 1,000,000 ..................................... (re. $1,000,000)
 
    39  By  chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2014 as amended by chapter 61,
    40      section 1, of the laws of 2015:
    41    For services and expenses of a $490,000 2014-15  school  year  program
    42      for mentoring and tutoring operated by the Hillside Work-Scholarship
    43      Connection  program,  which  is based on model programs proven to be
    44      effective in producing outcomes that include, but  are  not  limited
    45      to,  improved graduation rates, provided that such services shall be
    46      provided to students in one or more city school districts located in
    47      a city having a population  in  excess  of  125,000  and  less  than
    48      1,000,000 inhabitants ... 490,000 ................... (re. $367,000)
    49    For  services  and  expenses of a $490,000 2014-15 school year program
    50      for mentoring and tutoring operated by the Hillside Work-Scholarship
    51      Connection program, which is based on model programs  proven  to  be

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     1      effective  in  producing  outcomes that include, but are not limited
     2      to, improved graduation rates, provided that such services shall  be
     3      provided to students in one or more city school districts located in
     4      a  city  having  a  population  in  excess  of 125,000 and less than
     5      1,000,000 inhabitants ... 490,000 ................... (re. $490,000)
 
     6  The appropriation made by chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2014, as
     7      amended by chapter 53, section 1, of the laws  of  2015,  is  hereby
     8      amended and reappropriated to read:
     9    For  phase-in  of  a five-year plan to implement a statewide universal
    10      full-day pre-kindergarten program in accordance with section 3602-ee
    11      of the education law, for the purpose of incentivizing  and  funding
    12      state-of-the-art innovative pre-kindergarten programs and to encour-
    13      age  program  creativity  through  competition, provided that of the
    14      amounts appropriated herein, three  hundred  forty  million  dollars
    15      ($340,000,000)  per  year  shall  be  available  to reimburse school
    16      districts and/or eligible entities for the cost of awarded  programs
    17      operating  in  the  2014-15  through [2016-17] 2017-18 school years;
    18      provided further that if the program is oversubscribed in any region
    19      or regions of the state, (i) for new  awards  for  any  school  year
    20      prior  to  the  2016-17  school year the department shall notify the
    21      division of the budget, which shall develop a plan for  distribution
    22      of  available  slots within any oversubscribed regions, and (ii) for
    23      new awards for the 2016-17 school year and/or 2017-18  school  year,
    24      the  empire  state  pre-kindergarten  grant  board ("the board"), as
    25      established pursuant to a chapter of the laws of 2016, shall develop
    26      such oversubscription plan, where the board shall consist  of  three
    27      persons  appointed by the governor, one each upon the recommendation
    28      of the temporary president of the senate  and  the  speaker  of  the
    29      assembly, and shall act by a unanimous vote of its members; provided
    30      further   that,  of  the  annual  amount  appropriated  herein,  the
    31      subscription for the New York City region is three  hundred  million
    32      dollars  ($300,000,000); provided further that up to 25 percent of a
    33      school district's and/or eligible entity's awarded  funds  shall  be
    34      made  available  in  the final quarter of the year in which services
    35      are provided as an advance on subsequent  school  year  liabilities;
    36      provided  further  that  funds  appropriated  herein  shall  only be
    37      awarded to school districts  and/or  eligible  entities  which  meet
    38      requirements  provided  for in section 3602-ee of the education law.
    39      Provided further that, notwithstanding  the  provisions  of  section
    40      3602-ee  of  the  education  law  to the contrary, providers awarded
    41      one-time start-up supplemental  funds  pursuant  to  a  request  for
    42      proposals  process established by the State Education Department for
    43      the 2014-2015 school year shall be eligible for all such  funds  for
    44      the  2015-2016 school year to the extent such supplemental funds are
    45      used for (1) new and/or conversion universal full-day pre-kindergar-
    46      ten slots, including the incremental additional amounts for existing
    47      slots with certified teachers, pursuant to subdivision 14 of section
    48      3602-ee of the education law in the 2015-2016 school  year,  or  (2)
    49      the incremental additional award per pupil associated with certified
    50      teachers.

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     1    Provided further that the commissioner of education, or for new awards
     2      for  the  2016-17  school year and/or 2017-18 school year the board,
     3      shall evaluate applications and make awards on a  competitive  basis
     4      based  on merit and factors including but not limited to (i) curric-
     5      ulum,  (ii)  family  engagement,  (iii)  learning  environment, (iv)
     6      staffing patterns, (v) teacher education and experience, (vi) facil-
     7      ity quality, (vii) physical well-being, health and nutrition, (viii)
     8      partnerships, and (ix) student  and  community  need,  in  order  to
     9      ensure quality of early childhood education.
    10    Provided  further that funds appropriated herein shall only be used to
    11      supplement and not supplant current local  [expenditure's]  expendi-
    12      tures  of federal, state or local funds on pre-kindergarten programs
    13      and the number of placements in such programs from such sources  and
    14      that current local expenditures shall include any local expenditures
    15      of  federal,  state  or  local  funds  used  to supplement or extend
    16      services provided directly or  via  contract  to  eligible  children
    17      enrolled  in a universal pre-kindergarten program in accordance with
    18      section 3602-e of the education law. Notwithstanding  any  provision
    19      of  law to the contrary, the funds appropriated herein shall only be
    20      available  for  a  statewide  universal  full-day   pre-kindergarten
    21      program  and,  as  of  July  1,  [2016] 2017, may be suballocated or
    22      transferred to any other  appropriation  for  the  sole  purpose  of
    23      administering  such program. Notwithstanding any provision of law to
    24      the contrary, programs that provide services for fewer than 180 days
    25      will be subject to the  provisions  of  subdivision  16  of  section
    26      3602-e of the education law. Notwithstanding section 40 of the state
    27      finance  law or any provision of law to the contrary, this appropri-
    28      ation shall remain in full force and effect to  the  maximum  extent
    29      allowed by law ... 1,500,000,000 .............. (re. $1,468,872,000)
 
    30  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2013:
    31    For  services  and  expenses of remaining obligations of a $10,220,000
    32      teacher resources and computer  training  centers  program  for  the
    33      2012-13 school year ... 3,066,000 ................... (re. $249,000)
    34    Funds appropriated herein shall be available for services and expenses
    35      of  a  $14,260,000  teacher  resources  and computer training center
    36      program for the 2013-14 school year ................................
    37      9,982,000 ............................................ (re. $47,000)
    38    For nonpublic school aid payable in the 2013-14 state fiscal year.
    39    Notwithstanding any provision  of  law,  rule  or  regulation  to  the
    40      contrary,  the  amount  appropriated  herein  represents the maximum
    41      amount payable during the 2013-14 state fiscal year ................
    42      94,016,000 ............................................ (re. $1,000)
    43    For aid payable for the 2011-12 school year for  additional  nonpublic
    44      school aid. Notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law, funds
    45      appropriated herein shall be available for payment of aid heretofore
    46      accrued and hereafter to accrue ... 34,549,000 .... (re. $1,794,000)
    47    For  academic intervention for nonpublic schools based on a plan to be
    48      developed by the commissioner  of  education  and  approved  by  the
    49      director of the budget ... 922,000 .................. (re. $922,000)
    50    For  services  and  expenses of Safety Equipment for Nonpublic Schools
    51      ... 4,500,000 ..................................... (re. $1,383,000)

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     1    For services and expenses of the New  York  state  center  for  school
     2      safety  for the 2013-14 school year. Funds appropriated herein shall
     3      be used to operate a statewide center and shall  be  subject  to  an
     4      expenditure plan approved by the director of the budget ............
     5      466,000 ............................................. (re. $466,000)
     6    For  services  and  expenses  of  the health education program for the
     7      2013-14 school year. Funds appropriated herein  shall  be  available
     8      for  health-related  programs  including,  but not limited to, those
     9      providing  instruction  and  supportive  services  in  comprehensive
    10      health  education  and/or acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS)
    11      education. Of the amounts  appropriated  herein,  $86,000  shall  be
    12      available  for  the program previously operated as the school health
    13      demonstration program. Notwithstanding any other provision of law to
    14      the contrary, funds appropriated herein may be suballocated, subject
    15      to the approval of the director of the budget, to any  state  agency
    16      or  department  to  accomplish the purpose of this appropriation ...
    17      691,000 ............................................. (re. $621,000)
    18    For costs associated with schools for the blind  and  deaf  and  other
    19      students  with  disabilities  subject to article 85 of the education
    20      law, including state aid for blind and deaf pupils in certain insti-
    21      tutions to be paid for the purposes provided under section 4204-a of
    22      the education law for the education of deaf children under  3  years
    23      of  age,  including  transfers  to the miscellaneous special revenue
    24      fund Rome school for the deaf account  pursuant  to  a  plan  to  be
    25      developed  by  the  commissioner and approved by the director of the
    26      budget.
    27    Of the amounts appropriated herein, up to $84,700,000 shall be  avail-
    28      able  for reimbursement to school districts for the tuition costs of
    29      students attending schools for the blind and deaf during the 2012-13
    30      school year pursuant to subdivision 2 of section 4204  of  education
    31      law  and  subdivision  2 of section 4207 of the education law, up to
    32      $3,400,000  shall  be  available  for  debt   service   on   capital
    33      construction  projects financed through the state dormitory authori-
    34      ty, and up to $9,000,000 shall be available for remaining  allowable
    35      purposes.
    36    Provided  further  that, notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of
    37      law, upon disbursement  of  funds  appropriated  for  allowances  to
    38      schools  for the blind and deaf in the individuals with disabilities
    39      program special revenue funds-federal/aid to localities for purposes
    40      of this appropriation, funds appropriated herein shall be reduced in
    41      an amount equivalent to such disbursement and the  portion  of  this
    42      appropriation so affected shall have no further force or effect.
    43    Notwithstanding any provision of the law to the contrary, funds appro-
    44      priated herein shall be available for payment of liabilities hereto-
    45      fore  accrued or hereafter to accrue and, subject to the approval of
    46      the director of the budget, such funds shall  be  available  to  the
    47      department net of disallowances, refunds, reimbursements and credits
    48      ... 97,100,000 .................................... (re. $4,854,000)
    49    For  July  and August programs for school-aged children with handicap-
    50      ping conditions pursuant to  section  4408  of  the  education  law.
    51      Moneys appropriated herein shall be used as follows: (i) for remain-
    52      ing  base  year  and  prior  school  years obligations, (ii) for the

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     1      purposes of subdivision 4 of section 3602 of the education  law  for
     2      schools  operated under articles 87 and 88 of the education law, and
     3      (iii)  notwithstanding  any  inconsistent  provision  of  law,   for
     4      payments made pursuant to this appropriation for current school year
     5      obligations,  provided, however, that such payments shall not exceed
     6      70 percent of the state aid due for the sum of the approved  tuition
     7      and  maintenance rates and transportation expense provided for here-
     8      in; provided, however, that payment  of  eligible  claims  shall  be
     9      payable in the order that such claims have been approved for payment
    10      by  the  commissioner  of  education,  but in no case shall a single
    11      payee draw down more than 45  percent  of  this  appropriation,  and
    12      provided  further that no claim shall be set aside for insufficiency
    13      of funds to make a complete payment, but shall  be  eligible  for  a
    14      partial  payment  in  one  year  and  shall retain its priority date
    15      status for subsequent appropriations designated for  such  purposes.
    16      Notwithstanding  any  inconsistent provision of law to the contrary,
    17      funds appropriated herein shall only be  available  for  liabilities
    18      incurred  prior to July 1, 2014, shall be used to pay 2012-13 school
    19      year claims in the first instance, and represent the maximum  amount
    20      payable  during  the  2013-14 state fiscal year. Notwithstanding any
    21      provision of law to the contrary, funds appropriated herein shall be
    22      available for payment of liabilities heretofore accrued or hereafter
    23      to accrue and, subject to the approval of the director of the  budg-
    24      et, such funds shall be available to the department net of disallow-
    25      ances, refunds, reimbursements and credits .........................
    26      321,700,000 ....................................... (re. $1,500,000)
    27    For the state's share of the costs of the education of preschool chil-
    28      dren  with  disabilities  pursuant  to section 4410 of the education
    29      law, provided, however, that up to $1,000,000 of the  amount  appro-
    30      priated  herein  may  be made available for grants awarded through a
    31      competitive process to municipalities to enhance their oversight  of
    32      preschool special education programs and providers.  Notwithstanding
    33      any inconsistent provision of law to the contrary, the amount appro-
    34      priated  herein shall support a state share of preschool handicapped
    35      education costs for the 2012-13 school year limited to 59.5  percent
    36      of  such total approved expenditures, and furthermore, notwithstand-
    37      ing any other provision of law, local claims  for  reimbursement  of
    38      costs  incurred  prior  to  the  2011-12  school year and during the
    39      2011-12 school year that have  been  approved  for  payment  by  the
    40      education  department as of March 31, 2013 shall be the first claims
    41      paid from this appropriation.  Notwithstanding any provision of  law
    42      to  the  contrary,  funds appropriated herein shall be available for
    43      payment of liabilities heretofore accrued  or  hereafter  to  accrue
    44      and,  subject  to  the  approval of the director of the budget, such
    45      funds shall be available to the  department  net  of  disallowances,
    46      refunds, reimbursements and credits ................................
    47      983,500,000 ......................................... (re. $300,000)
    48    For  competitive  grants  for the 2013-14 school year for extended day
    49      programs and school violence prevention programs pursuant to section
    50      2814 of the education law  provided,  however,  notwithstanding  any
    51      inconsistent  provisions  of  law, eligible entities receiving funds
    52      for extended day programs may include  not-for-profit  organizations

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     1      working in collaboration with a public school or school district ...
     2      24,344,000 ........................................ (re. $3,174,000)
     3    For  services  and  expenses associated with the math and science high
     4      schools for the 2013-14 school year in  the  amount  of  $1,382,000,
     5      provided  that  such  funds  shall  be allocated equally among those
     6      entities that received program funding for the 2007-08  school  year
     7      ... 1,382,000 ....................................... (re. $180,000)
     8    Funds  appropriated herein shall be available for educational services
     9      and expenses of the Syracuse city school district for the say yes to
    10      education program ... 350,000 ......................... (re. $2,000)
    11    For services and expenses of the center for autism and  related  disa-
    12      bilities at the state university of New York at Albany .............
    13      740,000 .............................................. (re. $42,000)
    14    For  additional aid for the center for autism and related disabilities
    15      at the state university of New York at Albany ......................
    16      250,000 ............................................... (re. $1,000)
    17    For educational services and expenses for DACA  (Deferred  Action  for
    18      Childhood  Arrivals)  eligible  out of school youth and young adults
    19      ... 1,000,000 ..................................... (re. $1,000,000)
    20    For services and expenses for the Council of the Humanities ..........
    21      450,000 ............................................. (re. $338,000)
    22    For services and expenses of the New York State Historical Association
    23      for National History Day ... 100,000 ................ (re. $100,000)
    24    For services and expenses of the Executive  Leadership  Institute  ...
    25      150,000 .............................................. (re. $10,000)
    26    For services and expenses of the Project Witness Program .............
    27      350,000 ............................................. (re. $350,000)
    28    For  additional  grants  in  aid  to  certain school districts, public
    29      libraries,  and  not-for-profit  institutions.  Notwithstanding  any
    30      provision of law this appropriation shall be allocated only pursuant
    31      to a plan setting forth an itemized list of grantees with the amount
    32      to  be  received  by  each,  or  the methodology for allocating such
    33      appropriation.  Such plan shall be subject to the  approval  of  the
    34      temporary president of the senate and the director of the budget and
    35      thereafter shall be included in a resolution calling for he expendi-
    36      ture of such monies, which resolution must be approved by a majority
    37      vote  of all members elected to the senate upon a roll call vote ...
    38      15,109,000 ........................................ (re. $1,440,000)
 
    39  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2013, as amended by chapter 61,
    40      section 1, of the laws of 2015:
    41    For services and expenses of a $490,000 2013-14  school  year  program
    42      for mentoring and tutoring operated by the Hillside Work-Scholarship
    43      Connection  program,  which  is based on model programs proven to be
    44      effective in producing outcomes that include, but  are  not  limited
    45      to,  improved graduation rates, provided that such services shall be
    46      provided to students in one or more city school districts located in
    47      a city having a population  in  excess  of  125,000  and  less  than
    48      1,000,000 inhabitants ... 490,000 ................... (re. $490,000)
 
    49  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2012:

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     1    Of  the amounts appropriated herein, up to $84,700,000 shall be avail-
     2      able for reimbursement to school districts for the tuition costs  of
     3      students attending schools for the blind and deaf during the 2011-12
     4      school  year  pursuant to subdivision 2 of section 4204 of education
     5      law  and  subdivision  2  of  section  4207  of education law, up to
     6      $5,600,000  shall  be  available  for  debt   service   on   capital
     7      construction  projects financed through the state dormitory authori-
     8      ty, and up to $9,000,000 shall be available for remaining  allowable
     9      purposes.
    10    Provided  further  that, notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of
    11      law, upon disbursement  of  funds  appropriated  for  allowances  to
    12      schools  for the blind and deaf in the individuals with disabilities
    13      program special revenue funds-federal/aid to localities for purposes
    14      of this appropriation, funds appropriated herein shall be reduced in
    15      an amount equivalent to such disbursement and the  portion  of  this
    16      appropriation so affected shall have no further force or effect.
    17    Notwithstanding any provision of the law to the contrary, funds appro-
    18      priated herein shall be available for payment of liabilities hereto-
    19      fore  accrued or hereafter to accrue and, subject to the approval of
    20      the director of the budget, such funds shall  be  available  to  the
    21      department net of disallowances, refunds, reimbursements and credits
    22      ... 99,300,000 .................................... (re. $3,540,000)
    23    For  July  and August programs for school-aged children with handicap-
    24      ping conditions pursuant to  section  4408  of  the  education  law.
    25      Moneys appropriated herein shall be used as follows: (i) for remain-
    26      ing  base  year  and  prior  school  years obligations, (ii) for the
    27      purposes of subdivision 4 of section 3602 of the education  law  for
    28      schools  operated under articles 87 and 88 of the education law, and
    29      (iii)  notwithstanding  any  inconsistent  provision  of  law,   for
    30      payments made pursuant to this appropriation for current school year
    31      obligations,  provided, however, that such payments shall not exceed
    32      70 percent of the state aid due for the sum of the approved  tuition
    33      and  maintenance rates and transportation expense provided for here-
    34      in; provided, however, that payment  of  eligible  claims  shall  be
    35      payable in the order that such claims have been approved for payment
    36      by  the  commissioner  of  education,  but in no case shall a single
    37      payee draw down more than 45  percent  of  this  appropriation,  and
    38      provided  further that no claim shall be set aside for insufficiency
    39      of funds to make a complete payment, but shall  be  eligible  for  a
    40      partial  payment  in  one  year  and  shall retain its priority date
    41      status for subsequent appropriations designated for  such  purposes.
    42      Notwithstanding  any  inconsistent provision of law to the contrary,
    43      funds appropriated herein shall only be  available  for  liabilities
    44      incurred  prior to July 1, 2013, shall be used to pay 2011-12 school
    45      year claims in the first instance, and represent the maximum  amount
    46      payable  during  the  2012-13 state fiscal year. Notwithstanding any
    47      provision of law to the contrary, funds appropriated herein shall be
    48      available for payment of liabilities heretofore accrued or hereafter
    49      to accrue and, subject to the approval of the director of the  budg-
    50      et, such funds shall be available to the department net of disallow-
    51      ances, refunds, reimbursements and credits .........................
    52      321,700,000 ....................................... (re. $1,500,000)

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     1    For the state's share of the costs of the education of preschool chil-
     2      dren  with  disabilities  pursuant  to section 4410 of the education
     3      law.   Notwithstanding any inconsistent  provision  of  law  to  the
     4      contrary, the amount appropriated herein shall support a state share
     5      of preschool handicapped education costs for the 2011-12 school year
     6      limited  to  59.5  percent  of such total approved expenditures, and
     7      furthermore, notwithstanding  any  other  provision  of  law,  local
     8      claims  for  reimbursement  of  costs  incurred prior to the 2010-11
     9      school year and during  the  2010-11  school  year  that  have  been
    10      approved  for  payment  by  the education department as of March 31,
    11      2012 shall  be  the  first  claims  paid  from  this  appropriation.
    12      Notwithstanding  any  provision of law to the contrary, funds appro-
    13      priated herein shall be available for payment of liabilities hereto-
    14      fore accrued or hereafter to accrue and, subject to the approval  of
    15      the  director  of  the  budget, such funds shall be available to the
    16      department net of disallowances, refunds, reimbursements and credits
    17      ... 933,600,000 ..................................... (re. $300,000)
    18    For payments to school districts required pursuant to  section  3609-g
    19      of the education law to reimburse school districts for costs associ-
    20      ated  with  the  payment of the metropolitan commuter transportation
    21      mobility tax. Pursuant to part B of chapter 56 of the laws of  2011,
    22      such  reimbursement  will  be  made  for tax payments made by school
    23      districts for periods prior to April 1, 2012 .......................
    24      60,000,000 ........................................ (re. $6,874,000)
    25    For nonpublic school aid payable in the 2012-13 state fiscal year.
    26    Notwithstanding any provision  of  law,  rule  or  regulation  to  the
    27      contrary,  the  amount  appropriated  herein  represents the maximum
    28      amount payable during the 2012-13 state fiscal year ................
    29      90,400,000 ............................................ (re. $6,000)
    30    For aid payable for additional nonpublic school aid.   Notwithstanding
    31      any  inconsistent  provision of law, funds appropriated herein shall
    32      be available for payment of aid heretofore accrued and hereafter  to
    33      accrue  provided that, notwithstanding any provision of law, rule or
    34      regulation to the contrary, the amount appropriated  herein  repres-
    35      ents the maximum amount payable during the 2012-13 state fiscal year
    36      ... 26,220,000 ...................................... (re. $125,000)
    37    For  academic intervention for nonpublic schools based on a plan to be
    38      developed by the commissioner  of  education  and  approved  by  the
    39      director of the budget ... 922,000 .................. (re. $922,000)
    40    For  services  and  expenses  of  the New York state center for school
    41      safety for the 2012-13 school year. Funds appropriated herein  shall
    42      be  used  to  operate a state-wide center and shall be subject to an
    43      expenditure plan approved by the director of the budget ............
    44      466,000 .............................................. (re. $30,000)
    45    For services and expenses of the  health  education  program  for  the
    46      2012-13  school  year.  Funds appropriated herein shall be available
    47      for health-related programs including, but  not  limited  to,  those
    48      providing  instruction  and  supportive  services  in  comprehensive
    49      health education and/or acquired immune deficiency  syndrome  (AIDS)
    50      education.  Of  the  amounts  appropriated  herein, $86,000 shall be
    51      available for the program previously operated as the  school  health
    52      demonstration program. Notwithstanding any other provision of law to

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     1      the  contrary,  funds  appropriated  herein  may  be  sub-allocated,
     2      subject to the approval of the director of the budget, to any  state
     3      agency or department to accomplish the purpose of this appropriation
     4      ...  691,000 ........................................ (re. $398,000)
     5    For  competitive  grants  for the 2012-13 school year for extended day
     6      programs and school violence prevention programs pursuant to section
     7      2814 of the education law  provided,  however,  notwithstanding  any
     8      inconsistent  provisions  of  law, eligible entities receiving funds
     9      for extended day programs may include  not-for-profit  organizations
    10      working in collaboration with a public school or school district ...
    11      24,344,000 ........................................ (re. $5,608,000)
    12    For  aid  payable  for  the  2012-13 school year for support of county
    13      vocational education and extension boards pursuant to  section  1104
    14      of  the  education  law, provided, however, that notwithstanding any
    15      inconsistent provision of law, rule, or regulation,  any  apportion-
    16      ment  of  aid shall be based on a quota amounting to one-half of the
    17      salary paid each teacher, director, assistant, and supervisor, where
    18      such salary is attributable to a course of study first submitted  to
    19      the commissioner for approval pursuant to section 1103 of the educa-
    20      tion  law  on  or  before July 1, 2010, but not to exceed the amount
    21      computed by the commissioner based upon an assumed annualized salary
    22      equal to ten thousand  five  hundred  dollars  per  school  year  on
    23      account  of  the  employment of such teacher, director, assistant or
    24      supervisor ... 932,000 ............................... (re. $53,000)
    25    For services and expenses of the center for autism and  related  disa-
    26      bilities at the state university of New York at Albany .............
    27      490,000 ............................................... (re. $1,000)
    28    For  additional  services  and  expenses  of the center for autism and
    29      related disabilities at the state university of New York  at  Albany
    30      ... 250,000 ........................................... (re. $1,000)
    31    For  additional  grants  in  aid  to  certain school districts, public
    32      libraries,  and  not-for-profit  institutions.  Notwithstanding  any
    33      provision of law this appropriation shall be allocated only pursuant
    34      to a plan setting forth an itemized list of grantees with the amount
    35      to  be  received  by  each,  or  the methodology for allocating such
    36      appropriation.  Such plan shall be subject to the  approval  of  the
    37      speaker of the assembly and the director of the budget and thereaft-
    38      er  shall be included in a resolution calling for the expenditure of
    39      such monies, which resolution must be approved by a majority vote of
    40      all members elected to the  assembly  upon  a  roll  call  vote  ...
    41      9,121,000 ......................................... (re. $9,121,000)
    42    For  additional  grants  in  aid  to  certain school districts, public
    43      libraries,  and  not-for-profit  institutions.  Notwithstanding  any
    44      provision of law this appropriation shall be allocated only pursuant
    45      to a plan setting forth an itemized list of grantees with the amount
    46      to  be  received  by  each,  or  the methodology for allocating such
    47      appropriation. Such plan shall be subject to  the  approval  of  the
    48      temporary president of the senate and the director of the budget and
    49      thereafter shall be included in a resolution calling for the expend-
    50      iture of such monies, which resolution must be approved by a majori-
    51      ty  vote  of all members elected to the senate upon a roll call vote
    52      ... 20,605,000 ...................................... (re. $912,000)

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     1    For purposes of the North Country Cultural Center for the Arts .......
     2      100,000 ............................................. (re. $100,000)
     3    For purposes of the missing children program .........................
     4      1,000,000 ........................................... (re. $839,000)
     5    After School Programs for New York City ..............................
     6      1,500,000 ......................................... (re. $1,500,000)
 
     7  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2011:
     8    Funds appropriated herein shall be available for services and expenses
     9      of  a  $20,440,000  teacher  resources and computer training centers
    10      program for the 2011-12 school year provided  that,  notwithstanding
    11      any  inconsistent  provision  of law, subject to the approval of the
    12      director of the budget, funds  appropriated  herein  may  be  inter-
    13      changed with any other item of appropriation for general support for
    14      public  schools  within  the  general  fund local assistance account
    15      elementary, middle, secondary and continuing education program.
    16    Notwithstanding any other law, rule or  regulation  to  the  contrary,
    17      funds  appropriated  herein shall be available for payment of finan-
    18      cial assistance net of any disallowances, refunds, reimbursement and
    19      credits, and may be suballocated to other departments  and  agencies
    20      to  accomplish  the  intent  of  this  appropriation  subject to the
    21      approval  of  the  director  of  the  budget.  Notwithstanding   any
    22      provision of law to the contrary, funds appropriated herein shall be
    23      available  for  payment  of  liabilities  hereafter  to  accrue  ...
    24      14,308,000 ........................................ (re. $1,093,000)
    25    For services and expenses of remaining  obligations  for  the  2010-11
    26      school year for support for the operation of targeted pre-kindergar-
    27      ten  for those providers not eligible to receive funding pursuant to
    28      section 3602-e of the education law and for  support  for  providers
    29      continuing  to  operate  such  programs  in the 2011-12 school year.
    30      Such funds shall be expended pursuant to a  plan  developed  by  the
    31      commissioner of education and approved by the director of the budget
    32      ... 1,303,000 ....................................... (re. $978,000)
    33    For  allowances  to  schools for the blind and deaf and other students
    34      with disabilities subject  to  article  85  of  the  education  law,
    35      including  state  aid  for  blind  and deaf pupils in certain insti-
    36      tutions to be paid for the purposes provided under section 4204-a of
    37      the education law for the education of deaf children under  3  years
    38      of  age,  including  transfers  to the miscellaneous special revenue
    39      fund Rome school for the deaf account  pursuant  to  a  plan  to  be
    40      developed  by  the  commissioner and approved by the director of the
    41      budget.
    42    Of the amounts appropriated herein, up to $6,651,000 shall be used for
    43      debt service on capital construction projects financed  through  the
    44      state  dormitory authority, and up to $13,349,000 shall be available
    45      for allowances to schools for the blind and deaf for the residential
    46      costs of students at such schools and for remaining  allowances  for
    47      the 2010-11 school year.  Provided further that, notwithstanding any
    48      inconsistent  provision of law, upon disbursement of funds appropri-
    49      ated for allowances to schools for the blind and deaf in  the  indi-
    50      viduals  with disabilities program special revenue funds-federal/aid
    51      to localities for purposes of this appropriation, funds appropriated

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     1      herein shall be reduced in an amount equivalent to such disbursement
     2      and the portion of this appropriation  so  affected  shall  have  no
     3      further force or effect.
     4    Notwithstanding any provision of the law to the contrary, funds appro-
     5      priated herein shall be available for payment of liabilities hereto-
     6      fore  accrued or hereafter to accrue and, subject to the approval of
     7      the director of the budget, such funds shall  be  available  to  the
     8      department net of disallowances, refunds, reimbursements and credits
     9      ... 20,000,000 ...................................... (re. $382,000)
    10    For the state's share of the costs of the education of preschool chil-
    11      dren  with  disabilities  pursuant  to section 4410 of the education
    12      law. Notwithstanding  any  inconsistent  provision  of  law  to  the
    13      contrary, the amount appropriated herein shall support a state share
    14      of preschool handicapped education costs for the 2010-11 school year
    15      limited  to  59.5  percent  of such total approved expenditures, and
    16      furthermore, notwithstanding  any  other  provision  of  law,  local
    17      claims  for  reimbursement  of  costs  incurred prior to the 2009-10
    18      school year and during  the  2009-10  school  year  that  have  been
    19      approved  for  payment  by  the education department as of March 31,
    20      2011 shall  be  the  first  claims  paid  from  this  appropriation.
    21      Notwithstanding  any  provision of law to the contrary, funds appro-
    22      priated herein shall be available for payment of liabilities hereto-
    23      fore accrued or hereafter to accrue and, subject to the approval  of
    24      the  director  of  the  budget, such funds shall be available to the
    25      department net of disallowances, refunds, reimbursements and credits
    26      ... 869,900,000 ..................................... (re. $166,000)
    27    For aid payable for the 2011-12 school  year  for  support  of  county
    28      vocational  education  and extension boards pursuant to section 1104
    29      of the education law, provided, however,  that  notwithstanding  any
    30      inconsistent  provision  of law, rule, or regulation, any apportion-
    31      ment of aid shall be based on a quota amounting to one-half  of  the
    32      salary paid each teacher, director, assistant, and supervisor, where
    33      such  salary is attributable to a course of study first submitted to
    34      the commissioner for approval pursuant to section 1103 of the educa-
    35      tion law on or before July 1, 2010, but not  to  exceed  the  amount
    36      computed by the commissioner based upon an assumed annualized salary
    37      equal  to  ten  thousand  five  hundred  dollars  per school year on
    38      account of the employment of such teacher,  director,  assistant  or
    39      supervisor ... 932,000 ............................... (re. $22,000)
    40    For  aid payable for additional nonpublic school aid.  Notwithstanding
    41      any inconsistent provision of law, funds appropriated  herein  shall
    42      be  available for payment of aid heretofore accrued and hereafter to
    43      accrue provided that, notwithstanding any provision of law, rule  or
    44      regulation  to  the contrary, the amount appropriated herein repres-
    45      ents the maximum amount payable during the 2011-12 state fiscal year
    46      ... 26,220,000 ........................................ (re. $4,000)
    47    For academic intervention for nonpublic schools based on a plan to  be
    48      developed  by  the  commissioner  of  education  and approved by the
    49      director of the budget ... 922,000 .................. (re. $922,000)
    50    For services and expenses of the New  York  state  center  for  school
    51      safety  for the 2011-12 school year. Funds appropriated herein shall
    52      be used to operate a statewide center and shall  be  subject  to  an

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     1      expenditure plan approved by the director of the budget ............
     2      466,000 ............................................. (re. $270,000)
     3    For  services  and  expenses  of  the health education program for the
     4      2011-12 school year. Funds appropriated herein  shall  be  available
     5      for  health-related  programs  including,  but not limited to, those
     6      providing  instruction  and  supportive  services  in  comprehensive
     7      health  education  and/or acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS)
     8      education. Of the amounts  appropriated  herein,  $86,000  shall  be
     9      available  for  the program previously operated as the school health
    10      demonstration program. Notwithstanding any other provision of law to
    11      the contrary, funds appropriated herein may be suballocated, subject
    12      to the approval of the director of the budget, to any  state  agency
    13      or department to accomplish the purpose of this appropriation ......
    14      691,000 ............................................. (re. $327,000)
    15    For  competitive  grants  for the 2011-12 school year for extended day
    16      programs and school violence prevention programs pursuant to section
    17      2814 of the education law  provided,  however,  notwithstanding  any
    18      inconsistent  provisions  of  law, eligible entities receiving funds
    19      for extended day programs may include  not-for-profit  organizations
    20      working in collaboration with a public school or school district ...
    21      24,344,000 ....................................... (re. $11,172,000)
    22    For  the  smart  scholars early college high school program, provided,
    23      however that expenditure of funds  herein  shall  be  subject  to  a
    24      payment  schedule  developed by the commissioner and approved by the
    25      director of budget ... 6,000,000 .................. (re. $1,109,000)
 
    26  The appropriation made by chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2011, as
    27      amended by chapter 53, section 1, of the laws  of  2015,  is  hereby
    28      amended and reappropriated to read:
    29    For  a  school  district  management efficiency awards program.  Funds
    30      appropriated herein shall be used to provide competitive  awards  to
    31      school  districts  based on a plan developed by the commissioner and
    32      approved by the director of the budget. Provided that such funds may
    33      only be awarded to a school district which demonstrates that it  has
    34      implemented  one  or  more  long  term efficiencies within two years
    35      prior to a response to a request for proposal or during the  current
    36      school  year  in school district management, operations, procurement
    37      practices or other cost savings measures and will not result  in  an
    38      increase in cost to the state or the locality and: (i) have resulted
    39      or  will  result  in  a  significant  reduction  in  total operating
    40      expenses compared to the prior year and/or significant reductions in
    41      the administrative component,  or  the  equivalent,  of  the  school
    42      district  budget  and/or  transportation  operating  expenses and/or
    43      transportation capital expenses and/or  other  non-personal  service
    44      costs included in the program component of the school district budg-
    45      et  compared  to  the prior year; and (ii) are expected to result in
    46      substantial and recurring cost savings in total  operating  expenses
    47      and/or  recurring  significant reductions in administrative expendi-
    48      tures, or the equivalent, and/or transportation  operating  expenses
    49      and/or  transportation  capital  expenses  and/or other non-personal
    50      service costs included  in  the  program  component  of  the  school
    51      district  budget  in  future  years; provided further that, a school

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     1      district that submits documentation that has been  approved  by  the
     2      commissioner by September 1 of 2013 and of each school year in which
     3      a  payment is made from this appropriation demonstrating that it has
     4      fully implemented new standards and procedures for conducting annual
     5      professional  performance reviews of classroom teachers and building
     6      principals to determine teacher and  principal  effectiveness  shall
     7      receive bonus points in the scoring of its grant application.
     8    Provided  further  that,  notwithstanding  any provision of law to the
     9      contrary, in addition to the competitive awards amount as defined in
    10      paragraph ee of subdivision 1 of section 3602 of the education  law,
    11      a minimum of $37,500,000 shall be available for the payment of grant
    12      awards  made  in the 2013-14 school year, with additional amounts to
    13      be made available in the 2014-15  through  [2016-17]  2017-18  state
    14      fiscal  years  as  necessary  to continue such awards, make an addi-
    15      tional round of awards pursuant to subdivision 6-a of  section  3641
    16      of  the  education  law in the 2014-15 school year not to exceed the
    17      amount awarded in the 2013-14 school year pursuant to such  subdivi-
    18      sion  6-a,  and make additional master teachers awards to the extent
    19      that the master teachers program authorized herein would not  other-
    20      wise  expend  the  maximum school year amount authorized herein; and
    21      such $37,500,000 shall be made available for $12,500,000 of pre-kin-
    22      dergarten  grants,  $10,000,000  of  school-wide  extended  learning
    23      grants,  $7,500,000  of  community  schools grants, $5,500,000 for a
    24      master teacher program and $2,000,000 for  the  early  college  high
    25      school  program;  provided,  however,  that no school district shall
    26      receive any portion of the funds appropriated herein unless it shall
    27      have submitted documentation that has been approved by  the  commis-
    28      sioner  by  September  1  of 2013 and of each school year in which a
    29      payment to such district from this appropriation would otherwise  be
    30      made  demonstrating  that it has fully implemented new standards and
    31      procedures for conducting annual professional performance reviews of
    32      classroom teachers and building principals to determine teacher  and
    33      principal effectiveness.
    34    Provided,  further,  that  notwithstanding any provision of law to the
    35      contrary, the $12,500,000 appropriated herein available for full-day
    36      and half-day pre-kindergarten grants shall be awarded,  based  on  a
    37      request  for proposals developed by the commissioner and approved by
    38      the director of the budget, to school  districts  to  establish  new
    39      full-day  and half-day pre-kindergarten placements and/or to convert
    40      existing half-day pre-kindergarten placements into  full-day  place-
    41      ments; provided that preference shall be granted for full-day place-
    42      ments  while  ensuring  that  a  portion  of grants include half-day
    43      placements based on eligible applications;  and  provided,  further,
    44      that  such  grants  shall  only  be used to supplement, not supplant
    45      existing pre-kindergarten programs, and provided  further,  however,
    46      that  any  portion  of  such  $12,500,000  that is not awarded shall
    47      remain available for subsequent awards in the 2013-14 school year or
    48      for full-day and half-day pre-kindergarten grants to be  awarded  in
    49      subsequent  school  years.  Provided, further, that such grants from
    50      funds appropriated herein shall be awarded based on factors  includ-
    51      ing,  but  not  limited  to,  the  following: (i) measures of school
    52      district need, (ii) measures of the need of students to be served by

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     1      each of the school districts, (iii) the school  district's  proposal
     2      to  target the highest need schools and students, (iv) the extent to
     3      which the district's proposal would prioritize funds to maximize the
     4      total number of eligible children in the district served in pre-kin-
     5      dergarten  programs,  and  (v)  proposal quality. Provided, however,
     6      that full-day  and  half-day  pre-kindergarten  grants  appropriated
     7      herein  shall only be available to support programs (i) that provide
     8      instruction for at least five hours  per  school  day  for  full-day
     9      pre-kindergarten  programs  and  at least two and one-half hours per
    10      school day for half-day pre-kindergarten programs; (ii)  that  agree
    11      to  offer instruction consistent with the New York state pre-kinder-
    12      garten foundation for the common core standards within three  years;
    13      (iii)  that ensure that, to the extent community-based providers are
    14      part of such program, such providers meet the requirements of  para-
    15      graphs d-1 and d-2 of subdivision 12 of section 3602-e of the educa-
    16      tion  law; and (iv) that otherwise comply with all of the same rules
    17      and requirements as universal pre-kindergarten programs pursuant  to
    18      section  3602-e  of  the  education  law  except as modified herein.
    19      Provided, further, that a school district's  pre-kindergarten  grant
    20      shall  equal  the  product of (A) (i) two multiplied by the approved
    21      number of new full-day pre-kindergarten  placements  plus  (ii)  the
    22      approved  number  of half-day pre-kindergarten placement conversions
    23      and new half-day pre-kindergarten placements, and (B) the district's
    24      selected aid per pre-kindergarten pupil pursuant to  subparagraph  i
    25      of  paragraph b of subdivision 10 of section 3602-e of the education
    26      law; provided, however, that no district shall receive  a  grant  in
    27      excess  of  the  total  actual  grant  expenditures  incurred by the
    28      district in the current school year as approved by the commissioner.
    29      Provided, further, that as a condition of eligibility for receipt of
    30      such funding, a school district shall agree to adopt approved quali-
    31      ty indicators within two years, including, but not limited to, valid
    32      and reliable measures  of  environmental  quality,  the  quality  of
    33      teacher-student interactions and child outcomes, and ensure that any
    34      such  assessment  of  child outcomes shall not be used to make high-
    35      stakes educational decisions for  individual  children.    Provided,
    36      further,  that  no  school  district  shall  receive more than forty
    37      percent of the total pre-kindergarten grant allocation.
    38    Provided, further, that notwithstanding any provision of  law  to  the
    39      contrary,  the $10,000,000 appropriated herein available for school-
    40      wide extended learning grants shall be awarded to  school  districts
    41      or  school districts in collaboration with not-for-profit community-
    42      based organizations based on responses to a  request  for  proposals
    43      for  planning and implementation grants that is (i) developed by the
    44      commissioner; (ii) approved by the director of the budget; and (iii)
    45      issued by the commissioner.  Provided,  further,  that  such  grants
    46      shall be awarded based on factors including, but not limited to, the
    47      following:  (i) the school district's proposal to target the schools
    48      and students with the greatest  need,  and  (ii)  proposal  quality.
    49      Provided, further, that to assess proposal quality in order to award
    50      implementation  grant  funding,  the  commissioner  shall  take into
    51      account factors including, but not limited to:  (i)  the  extent  to
    52      which  the  school district's proposal would maximize the use of the

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     1      additional learning time through a  comprehensive  restructuring  of
     2      the  school  day  and/or year, (ii) the extent to which the proposal
     3      would provide additional learning time for students  in  grades  six
     4      through  eight,  and (iii) how the additional learning time would be
     5      utilized, including, but not limited to, additional  time  spent  on
     6      core academics.  Provided, however, that no district shall be eligi-
     7      ble  to  receive  a  school-wide  extended learning grant unless its
     8      proposal would  increase  student  learning  time  by  at  least  25
     9      percent.  Provided,  further,  that  a  school district's schoolwide
    10      extended learning implementation grant shall equal its average daily
    11      attendance in the school-wide extended learning  program  multiplied
    12      by  the  expected  cost  per  pupil of the additional learning time;
    13      provided, further, that the expected cost per  pupil  of  the  addi-
    14      tional  learning  time  shall equal the greater of $1,500 or (A) the
    15      quotient of (i) the school district's  approved  operating  expense,
    16      pursuant  to  paragraph  t  of  subdivision 1 of section 3602 of the
    17      education law, for the year prior to the base year, divided by  (ii)
    18      the  district's  public  school  district  enrollment,  pursuant  to
    19      subparagraph (2) of paragraph n of such subdivision,  for  the  year
    20      prior  to the base year, multiplied by (B) 10 percent (0.10), multi-
    21      plied by (C) the quotient of (i) the average of the national consum-
    22      er price indexes determined by the United States department of labor
    23      for the 12-month period preceding January first of  the  base  year,
    24      divided  by  (ii) the average of the national consumer price indexes
    25      determined by the United States department of labor for the 12-month
    26      period preceding January first of the year two years  prior  to  the
    27      base  year;  provided,  however,  that  in  extraordinary  cases the
    28      commissioner may award a grant that  exceeds  the  per  pupil  limit
    29      described  above;  provided further, however, that no district shall
    30      receive a grant in excess of the  total  actual  grant  expenditures
    31      incurred  by  the district in the current school year as approved by
    32      the commissioner. Provided, further, that no school  district  shall
    33      receive  more  than  forty percent of the total school-wide extended
    34      learning grant allocation.
    35    Provided, further, that notwithstanding any provision of  law  to  the
    36      contrary, the $7,500,000 appropriated herein available for community
    37      schools  grants  shall  be awarded, based on a request for proposals
    38      (i) developed by the state council on children and families in coor-
    39      dination with the commissioner, (ii) approved by the director of the
    40      budget and (iii) issued by the commissioner, to school districts, or
    41      in a city with a population of one million or more an eligible enti-
    42      ty, to improve student outcomes through the implementation of commu-
    43      nity schools programs that use school buildings as community hubs to
    44      deliver co-located or school-linked academic, health, mental health,
    45      nutrition, counseling, legal and/or other services to  students  and
    46      their  families. In a city with a population of one million or more,
    47      eligible entities shall mean the city school district of the city of
    48      New York, or not-for-profit organizations, which shall include  not-
    49      for-profit community-based organizations. An eligible entity that is
    50      a  not-for-profit  may  apply  for a community school grant provided
    51      that it collaborates with the city school district of  the  city  of
    52      New  York  and  receives  the approval of the chancellor of the city

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     1      school district of the city of New  York.  Provided,  further,  that
     2      such  grants  shall  be  awarded based on factors including, but not
     3      limited to, the following: (i) measures  of  school  district  need,
     4      (ii)  measures  of  the need of students to be served by each of the
     5      school districts, (iii) the school district's proposal to target the
     6      highest need schools and students, (iv) the  sustainability  of  the
     7      proposed  community  schools  program,  and  (v)  proposal  quality.
     8      Provided, further, that to assess proposal quality in order to award
     9      such funding, the  commissioner  shall  take  into  account  factors
    10      including,  but  not  limited to: (i) the extent to which the school
    11      district's proposal would provide such  community  services  through
    12      partnerships  with  local  governments and non-profit organizations,
    13      (ii) the extent to which the proposal would provide for delivery  of
    14      such  services  directly  in  school  buildings, (iii) the extent to
    15      which the proposal articulates how such  services  would  facilitate
    16      measurable  improvement  in  student  and  family outcomes, (iv) the
    17      extent to which the proposal articulates and identifies how existing
    18      funding streams and programs would be used to provide such community
    19      services, and (v) the extent to which the proposal ensures the safe-
    20      ty of all students, staff and community members in school  buildings
    21      used  as  community  hubs. Provided, however, that community schools
    22      grants appropriated herein shall be  paid  to  school  districts  in
    23      installments  upon  successful  implementation  of  each  phase of a
    24      school district's approved  proposal.  Provided,  further,  that  no
    25      school  district  shall receive more than forty percent of the total
    26      community schools grant allocation, and that each individual  commu-
    27      nity school site shall be limited to a maximum grant of $500,000.
    28    Provided,  further,  that  notwithstanding any provision of law to the
    29      contrary, the $5,500,000 appropriated herein available for a  master
    30      teachers  program shall support the award of stipends of $15,000 per
    31      annum over four years  to  individual  high-performing  teachers  in
    32      math, science and related fields, and of related costs, administered
    33      by  the state university of New York pursuant to a plan developed in
    34      consultation with the commissioner, who shall consult with appropri-
    35      ate state organizations representing K-12 public school teachers and
    36      approved by the  director  of  the  budget,  to  build  a  corps  of
    37      outstanding  math,  science  and related fields teachers in order to
    38      improve the quality of  instruction  at  public  secondary  schools.
    39      Such  plan  for use of funding appropriated herein shall: (i) estab-
    40      lish an application process; (ii) guidelines by  which  applications
    41      from  eligible teachers shall be evaluated, which shall include, but
    42      not be limited to, achievement of a rating of  highly  effective  on
    43      the  annual professional performance review; and (iii) provide peri-
    44      odic  opportunities  for  professional  development  for  successful
    45      applicants.  Provided,  further,  that  priority  shall  be given to
    46      applicants in regions of the state where a similar  program  is  not
    47      otherwise  offered.  Notwithstanding  any  provision  of  law to the
    48      contrary,  upon  approval  of  the  director  of  the  budget,  such
    49      $5,500,000  of master teachers program funding may be sub-allocated,
    50      interchanged, transferred or otherwise made available to  the  state
    51      university  of New York for the [sole purpose] services and expenses
    52      of administering such program. Nothing herein shall be construed  to

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     1      limit  the  rights  of  labor organizations representing teachers to
     2      collectively bargain terms and conditions pursuant to article 14  of
     3      the civil service law.
     4    Provided,  further,  that  notwithstanding any provision of law to the
     5      contrary, the $2,000,000 appropriated herein available for the early
     6      college high school  program  shall  support  the  continuation  and
     7      expansion  of  such  program  pursuant  to  a  plan developed by the
     8      commissioner and approved by the director of the budget.   Provided,
     9      however, that a portion of the payments to early college high school
    10      programs awarded funding from this appropriation shall be awarded on
    11      a  sliding  scale  based  upon  the number of college credits earned
    12      annually  by  participating  students,  consistent  with  guidelines
    13      established  by  the commissioner.   Provided further that, notwith-
    14      standing any provision of law  to  the  contrary,  higher  education
    15      partners  participating in an early college high schools program, or
    16      the entity/entities responsible for setting tuition at the  institu-
    17      tion,  shall  be  authorized to set a reduced rate of tuition and/or
    18      fees, or  to  waive  tuition  and/or  fees  entirely,  for  students
    19      enrolled  in  such  early  college  high  schools  program  with  no
    20      reduction in other state, local or other support for  such  students
    21      earning  college  credit  that  such  higher education partner would
    22      otherwise be eligible to receive.
    23    Provided further that, notwithstanding any provision  of  law  to  the
    24      contrary,   of   the   amount  appropriated  herein,  a  minimum  of
    25      $12,500,000 per year shall  be  available  in  the  2014-15  through
    26      [2016-17]  2017-18  school  years for the payment of grant awards as
    27      follows: $2,500,000 of pathways in  technology  early  college  high
    28      school  program  grants  and  $10,000,000 of teacher excellence fund
    29      grants; provided further that, notwithstanding any provision of  law
    30      to  the contrary, such $12,500,000, plus any other amounts so desig-
    31      nated in other items of appropriation within the general fund  local
    32      assistance  account  office of pre-kindergarten through grade twelve
    33      education program, shall constitute the  competitive  awards  amount
    34      authorized  for the 2013-14 school year by chapter 53 of the laws of
    35      2013.
    36    Provided further that, notwithstanding any provision  of  law  to  the
    37      contrary,  the $2,500,000 appropriated herein available for pathways
    38      in technology early college  high  school  (P-TECH)  program  grants
    39      shall  be  awarded  pursuant to a plan developed by the commissioner
    40      and approved by the director of the budget, provided that such  plan
    41      shall include but not be limited to (i) assurances that K-12, higher
    42      education   and  private-sector  partners  commit  to  the  required
    43      elements and responsibilities of a P-TECH program,  (ii)  provisions
    44      to ensure regional diversity of grant recipients, and (iii) priority
    45      for  P-TECH  programs  serving  students  in academically challenged
    46      school districts; provided further that the commissioner shall  make
    47      available  the  request  for proposals for such program on or before
    48      May fifteenth and the commissioner shall issue awards on  or  before
    49      August  fifteenth;  and  provided  further  that  a  portion  of the
    50      payments to P-TECH programs awarded funding from this  appropriation
    51      shall  be  made  on a sliding scale based upon the number of college
    52      credits earned annually by participating students,  consistent  with

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     1      guidelines  established  by the commissioner. Provided further that,
     2      notwithstanding any provision of law to the contrary, higher  educa-
     3      tion   partners   participating   in   a   P-TECH  program,  or  the
     4      entity/entities  responsible for setting tuition at the institution,
     5      shall be authorized to set a reduced rate of tuition and/or fees, or
     6      to waive tuition and/or fees entirely, for students enrolled in such
     7      P-TECH program with no reduction in  other  state,  local  or  other
     8      support  for  such  students earning college credit that such higher
     9      education partner would otherwise be eligible to receive.
    10    Provided further that, notwithstanding any provision  of  law  to  the
    11      contrary,  the $10,000,000 appropriated herein available for teacher
    12      excellence fund grants shall be awarded to eligible school districts
    13      pursuant to a request for proposals based on a plan developed by the
    14      commissioner and approved by the director of  the  budget;  provided
    15      that such plan shall include an application for award of such grants
    16      to  such  eligible school districts to provide annual teacher excel-
    17      lence fund performance awards of up to $20,000 to eligible  teachers
    18      rated  as  "highly effective" on the most recent annual professional
    19      performance review, in accordance with the requirements  of  section
    20      3012-d of the education law and the regulations of the commissioner,
    21      pursuant  to such districts' approved applications; provided that in
    22      making  such  grants  the  commissioner  shall   prioritize   school
    23      districts'  applications  based on factors including but not limited
    24      to (i) the extent to which the school district's  application  would
    25      recognize  and  reward  such  teachers  in school buildings with the
    26      greatest academic need, in  difficult-to-staff  subject  or  certif-
    27      ication  areas  and grade levels, and at critical points in a teach-
    28      er's career in order  to  encourage  highly  effective  teachers  to
    29      remain  in  the  classroom,  and  (ii)  the  quality  of  the school
    30      district's application; and provided further that  the  commissioner
    31      shall  make  available  the application for such grants on or before
    32      May fifteenth and the  commissioner  shall  issue  grant  awards  an
    33      agreed-to schedule.
    34    Provided  further  that,  notwithstanding  any provision of law to the
    35      contrary,  of  the  amount  appropriated  herein,   a   minimum   of
    36      $23,500,000 per year shall be available in the 2015-16 [and 2016-17]
    37      through  2017-18  school  years  for  the payment of grant awards as
    38      follows: $15,000,000 for pre-kindergarten grants, $2,500,000 for  an
    39      expanded master teacher program, $1,500,000 of pathways in technolo-
    40      gy early college high school program grants, $1,500,000 for a school
    41      district  teacher residency program, $1,500,000 for a New York state
    42      masters-in-education  teacher  incentive  scholarship  program,  and
    43      $1,500,000  for QUALITYstarsNY; provided further that, notwithstand-
    44      ing any provision of law to the contrary, such $23,500,000, plus any
    45      other amounts so designated in other items of  appropriation  within
    46      the general fund local assistance account office of pre-kindergarten
    47      through grade twelve education program, shall constitute the compet-
    48      itive awards amount authorized for the 2015-16 school year.
    49    Provided,  further,  that  notwithstanding any provision of law to the
    50      contrary, the $15,000,000 appropriated herein available  for  grants
    51      to  full-day  and half-day pre-kindergarten programs for three-year-
    52      old and four-year-old children shall be awarded, based on a  request

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     1      for  proposals  developed  by  the  commissioner and approved by the
     2      director of the budget, to school districts to establish  new  full-
     3      day and half-day pre-kindergarten placements for three-year-olds and
     4      four-year-olds;  provided  that  such  grants  shall only be used to
     5      supplement, not supplant  existing  pre-kindergarten  programs;  and
     6      provided further, however, that any portion of such $15,000,000 that
     7      is  not  awarded shall remain available for subsequent awards in the
     8      2015-16 school year or for full-day  and  half-day  pre-kindergarten
     9      grants  to be awarded in subsequent school years. Provided, further,
    10      that such grants from funds appropriated  herein  shall  be  awarded
    11      based  on factors including, but not limited to, the following:  (i)
    12      measures of school district need,  (ii)  measures  of  the  need  of
    13      students  to  be  served  by each of the school districts, (iii) the
    14      school district's proposal to target the highest  need  schools  and
    15      students,  (iv)  the  extent  to which the district's proposal would
    16      prioritize funds to maximize the total number of  eligible  children
    17      in  the  district  served  in  pre-kindergarten  programs,  and  (v)
    18      proposal quality. Provided,  however,  that  full-day  and  half-day
    19      pre-kindergarten  grants appropriated herein shall only be available
    20      to support programs (i) that provide instruction for at  least  five
    21      hours  per  school day for full-day pre-kindergarten programs and at
    22      least two and one-half hours per school day for half-day pre-kinder-
    23      garten programs; (ii) that agree  to  offer  instruction  consistent
    24      with  the  New York state pre-kindergarten foundation for the common
    25      core standards; (iii) that ensure that,  to  the  extent  community-
    26      based  providers  are  part of such program, such providers meet the
    27      requirements of paragraphs d-1 and d-2 of subdivision 12 of  section
    28      3602-e of the education law; and (iv) that otherwise comply with all
    29      of  the  same  rules  and requirements as universal pre-kindergarten
    30      programs pursuant to section 3602-e of the education law  except  as
    31      modified herein; provided that notwithstanding paragraph c of subdi-
    32      vision 1 of section 3602-e of the education law notwithstanding, for
    33      the  purposes  of  this  appropriation, an eligible child shall be a
    34      resident child who is three years of age on or before December first
    35      of the year in which he or she is enrolled. Provided, further,  that
    36      as a condition of eligibility for receipt of such funding for three-
    37      year-olds, a school district must currently offer a pre-kindergarten
    38      program  for four-year-old children, or children who would otherwise
    39      be eligible under paragraph c of subdivision 1 of section 3602-e  of
    40      the  education  law;  provided,  further, that a school district may
    41      apply for only as many full-day or half-day  placements  for  three-
    42      year-old children as it currently offers for four-year-old children,
    43      or  children  who  would  otherwise be eligible under paragraph c of
    44      subdivision 1 of section 3602-e of the  education  law.    Provided,
    45      further, that a school district's grant for three-year-old and four-
    46      year-old  pre-kindergarten  shall  equal  the product of (A) (i) two
    47      multiplied by the approved number of new  full-day  pre-kindergarten
    48      placements plus (ii) the approved number of new half-day pre-kinder-
    49      garten  placements, and (B) the district's selected aid per pre-kin-
    50      dergarten pupil pursuant to subparagraph i of paragraph b of  subdi-
    51      vision 10 of section 3602-e of the education law; provided, however,
    52      that no district shall receive a grant in excess of the total actual

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     1      grant  expenditures  incurred  by the district in the current school
     2      year as approved by the commissioner. Provided, further, that  as  a
     3      condition  of  eligibility  for  receipt  of  such funding, a school
     4      district shall agree to adopt approved quality indicators within two
     5      years, including, but not limited to, valid and reliable measures of
     6      environmental  quality,  the quality of teacher-student interactions
     7      and child outcomes, and ensure that any  such  assessment  of  child
     8      outcomes shall not be used to make high-stakes educational decisions
     9      for  individual children. Provided, further, that no school district
    10      shall receive more than forty percent of the total  pre-kindergarten
    11      for three-year-old and four-year-old children grant allocation.
    12    Provided,  further,  that  notwithstanding any provision of law to the
    13      contrary,  the  $2,500,000  appropriated  herein  available  for  an
    14      expanded master teachers program shall support the award of stipends
    15      of  $15,000  per annum over four years to individual high-performing
    16      teachers, and of related costs, administered by the state university
    17      of New York pursuant to a plan developed in  consultation  with  the
    18      commissioner, who shall consult with appropriate state organizations
    19      representing  K-12 public school teachers and approved by the direc-
    20      tor of the budget, to build a corps of outstanding teachers in order
    21      to improve the quality of instruction at public  secondary  schools.
    22      Such plan for use of funding appropriated herein shall: (i) allocate
    23      at  least 80 percent of such stipends to high-performing teachers in
    24      math, science and related fields  and  up  to  20  percent  of  such
    25      stipends  to  high  performing  teachers  with an extension to their
    26      content area certificate in bilingual education or who hold  certif-
    27      ication in English as a Second Language and high-performing teachers
    28      with  dual  certification  in  a content area and special education;
    29      (ii) establish an application process;  (iii)  guidelines  by  which
    30      applications  from eligible teachers shall be evaluated, which shall
    31      include, but not be limited to, achievement of a  rating  of  highly
    32      effective  on  the  annual professional performance review; and (iv)
    33      provide periodic  opportunities  for  professional  development  for
    34      successful  applicants.  Provided,  further,  that priority shall be
    35      given to applicants in regions of the state where a similar  program
    36      is  not  otherwise  offered. Notwithstanding any provision of law to
    37      the contrary, upon approval of the  director  of  the  budget,  such
    38      $2,500,000  of master teachers program funding may be sub-allocated,
    39      interchanged, transferred or otherwise made available to  the  state
    40      university  of New York for the [sole purpose] services and expenses
    41      of administering such program. Nothing herein shall be construed  to
    42      limit  the  rights  of  labor organizations representing teachers to
    43      collectively bargain terms and conditions pursuant to article 14  of
    44      the civil service law.
    45    Provided  further  that,  notwithstanding  any provision of law to the
    46      contrary, the $1,500,000 appropriated herein available for  pathways
    47      in  technology  early  college  high  school (P-TECH) program grants
    48      shall be awarded pursuant to a plan developed  by  the  commissioner
    49      and  approved by the director of the budget, provided that such plan
    50      shall include but not be limited to (i) assurances that K-12, higher
    51      education  and  private-sector  partners  commit  to  the   required
    52      elements  and  responsibilities of a P-TECH program, (ii) provisions

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     1      to ensure regional diversity of grant recipients, and (iii) priority
     2      for P-TECH programs  serving  students  in  academically  challenged
     3      school  districts; provided further that the commissioner shall make
     4      available  the  request  for proposals for such program on or before
     5      May fifteenth and the commissioner shall issue awards on  or  before
     6      August  fifteenth;  and  provided  further  that  a  portion  of the
     7      payments to P-TECH programs awarded funding from this  appropriation
     8      shall  be  made  on a sliding scale based upon the number of college
     9      credits earned annually by participating students,  consistent  with
    10      guidelines established by the commissioner. Provided further that in
    11      connection  with  such  guidelines, the commissioner shall execute a
    12      memorandum of understanding with the state university  of  New  York
    13      and  the  city  university  of  New  York  to  develop  common  data
    14      collection, sharing and reporting mechanisms based on  student-level
    15      data  for  students  enrolled  in  P-TECH  and  smart scholars early
    16      college high school programs. Provided further that, notwithstanding
    17      any provision of law to  the  contrary,  higher  education  partners
    18      participating  in a P-TECH program, or the entity/entities responsi-
    19      ble for setting tuition at the institution, shall be  authorized  to
    20      set  a  reduced  rate  of  tuition  and/or fees, or to waive tuition
    21      and/or fees entirely, for students enrolled in such  P-TECH  program
    22      with  no  reduction  in other state, local or other support for such
    23      students earning college credit that such higher  education  partner
    24      would otherwise be eligible to receive.
    25    Provided,  further,  that  notwithstanding any provision of law to the
    26      contrary, the $1,500,000 appropriated herein available for a  school
    27      district teacher residency program shall be used to provide resident
    28      teachers  with  the professional development and training to make an
    29      immediate impact in schools in the state, pursuant to a plan  devel-
    30      oped by the commissioner and approved by the director of the budget.
    31      Provided,  further,  that  such  plan  shall establish a process for
    32      selection of experienced nonprofit entities to manage  the  program.
    33      Provided,  further,  that no school district shall receive more than
    34      forty percent of the total grant allocation.
    35    Provided, further, that notwithstanding any provision of  law  to  the
    36      contrary, $1,500,000 of the amount appropriated herein shall be made
    37      available for payment of New York state masters-in-education teacher
    38      incentive scholarship program awards. Provided, further, that eligi-
    39      bility  for  an  award  under this appropriation shall be limited to
    40      students who are matriculated in  an  approved  master's  degree  in
    41      education  program  at a New York state public institution of higher
    42      education leading to a career as a teacher in public  elementary  or
    43      secondary  education  shall  be  eligible for an award, provided the
    44      applicant: (a) earned an undergraduate degree from a college located
    45      in New York state; and (b) was a New York State resident while earn-
    46      ing such undergraduate degree; and (c) achieved academic  excellence
    47      as  an  undergraduate  student,  as  defined by the higher education
    48      services corporation in regulation; and  (d)  enrolls  in  full-time
    49      study  in  an approved master's degree in education program at a New
    50      York State public institution  of  higher  education  leading  to  a
    51      career  as  teacher in public elementary or secondary education; and
    52      (e) signs a contract with the corporation agreeing to teach  in  the

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     1      classroom  on  a  full-time basis for five years in a school located
     2      within New York  state  providing  public  elementary  or  secondary
     3      education  recognized  by  the board of regents or the university of
     4      the  state of New York including charter schools authorized pursuant
     5      to article 56 of the education law; and (f) complies with the appli-
     6      cable provisions of article 13 of education law and all requirements
     7      promulgated  by  the  corporation  for  the  administration  of  the
     8      program.  Provided,  further,  that:  (a) awards shall be granted to
     9      applicants that  the  corporation  has  certified  are  eligible  to
    10      receive  such  awards; and (b) up to five hundred awards may be made
    11      for the 2015-2016 academic year, provided such awards shall be  made
    12      to  recipients  after  the  successful  completion  of  the term, as
    13      defined by the corporation. Provided, further, the corporation shall
    14      grant such awards in an amount equal to the annual  tuition  charged
    15      state  resident  students  attending a graduate program full-time at
    16      the state university of New York, or actual tuition charged,  which-
    17      ever  is  less,  for  not  more than two academic years of full-time
    18      graduate study leading to certification as an elementary or  second-
    19      ary  classroom  teacher; provided: (i) a student who receives educa-
    20      tional grants and/or scholarships that cover the student's full cost
    21      of attendance shall not be eligible for an award under this program;
    22      (ii) for a student who receives educational grants  and/or  scholar-
    23      ships  that  cover  less than the student's full cost of attendance,
    24      such grants and/or scholarships shall not be deemed  duplicative  of
    25      this  program  and may be held concurrently with an award under this
    26      program, provided that the  combined  benefits  do  not  exceed  the
    27      student's  full  cost  of  attendance; and (iii) an award under this
    28      program shall be applied to tuition after  the  application  of  all
    29      other  educational  grants  and  scholarships limited to tuition and
    30      shall be reduced in an  amount  equal  to  such  educational  grants
    31      and/or  scholarships. Provided, further that upon notification of an
    32      award under this program, the institution shall defer the amount  of
    33      tuition equal to the award. No award shall be final until the recip-
    34      ient's  successful  completion  of  a term has been certified by the
    35      institution. A recipient of an award under this program shall not be
    36      eligible for an award under the New  York  state  math  and  science
    37      teaching  incentive  program.  Provided, further that awards granted
    38      pursuant to this appropriation shall require a contract between  the
    39      award  recipient and the corporation to authorize the corporation to
    40      convert to a student loan the full amount of the award given  pursu-
    41      ant to this appropriation, plus interest, according to a schedule to
    42      be  determined  by  the  corporation  if:  (a)  two  years after the
    43      completion of the degree program  and  receipt  of  initial  certif-
    44      ication  it  is  found  that a recipient is not teaching in a public
    45      school located within New York state providing elementary or second-
    46      ary education recognized by the board of regents or  the  university
    47      of the state of New York including charter schools authorized pursu-
    48      ant  to  article 56 of the education law; or (b) a recipient has not
    49      taught in a public school located within New  York  state  providing
    50      elementary or secondary education recognized by the board of regents
    51      or the university of the state of New York including charter schools
    52      authorized  pursuant  to article 56 of the education law for five of

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     1      the seven years after the completion of the graduate degree  program
     2      and  receipt  of  initial certification; or (c) a recipient fails to
     3      complete his or her graduate degree program in education; or  (d)  a
     4      recipient  fails  to receive or maintain his or her teaching certif-
     5      icate or license in New York state; or  (e)  a  recipient  fails  to
     6      respond  to requests by the corporation for the status of his or her
     7      academic  or  professional  progress.  Provided,  further  that  the
     8      preceding terms and conditions: (a) shall be deferred for any inter-
     9      ruption  in graduate study or employment as established by the rules
    10      and regulations of the corporation; (b) shall be cancelled upon  the
    11      death  of  the  recipient;  and (c) notwithstanding any provision of
    12      this appropriation to the contrary,  authorize  the  corporation  to
    13      provide  for  the  waiver  or suspension of any financial obligation
    14      which would involve extreme hardship pursuant  to  rules  and  regu-
    15      lations   promulgated   by   the  corporation.  Notwithstanding  any
    16      provision of the law to the contrary, upon approval of the  director
    17      of  the  budget,  such  $1,500,000  of  masters-in-education teacher
    18      incentive scholarship program funding may be  sub-allocated,  inter-
    19      changed,  transferred  or  otherwise  made  available  to the higher
    20      education services corporation for the sole purpose of administering
    21      such program.
    22    Provided, further, that notwithstanding any provision of  law  to  the
    23      contrary, the $1,500,000 appropriated herein available for QUALITYs-
    24      tarsNY shall be used, pursuant to a plan approved by the director of
    25      the  budget,  to  support  implementation  of  a statewide system to
    26      assess, improve, and communicate  the  level  of  quality  in  early
    27      education  and  care settings throughout the state.  Notwithstanding
    28      any provision of law to the contrary, upon approval of the  director
    29      of  the  budget,  the  $1,500,000 of funding appropriated herein for
    30      QUALITYstarsNY may be  suballocated,  interchanged,  transferred  or
    31      otherwise  made  available  to  the  office  of  children and family
    32      services for the sole purpose of administering such system.
    33    Provided further that, notwithstanding any provision  of  law  to  the
    34      contrary,   of   the   amount  appropriated  herein,  a  minimum  of
    35      $14,000,000 per year shall be available in the 2016-17  and  2017-18
    36      school years for the payment of grant awards as follows: $11,000,000
    37      for  pre-kindergarten grants for three-year-old children, $1,500,000
    38      for early college high school  programs,  $500,000  for  career  and
    39      technical  education  programs,  and  $1,000,000 for QUALITYstarsNY;
    40      provided further that, notwithstanding any provision of law  to  the
    41      contrary,  such $14,000,000, plus any other amounts so designated in
    42      other items of appropriation within the general fund  local  assist-
    43      ance  account office of pre-kindergarten through grade twelve educa-
    44      tion program, shall constitute the competitive awards amount author-
    45      ized for the 2016-17 school year.
    46    Provided further that, notwithstanding any provision  of  law  to  the
    47      contrary,  the $11,000,000 appropriated herein available for prekin-
    48      dergarten grants to full-day and half-day prekindergarten   programs
    49      for  three-year-old  children  shall be awarded, based on a  request
    50      for proposals developed by the  commissioner  and  approved  by  the
    51      director  of  the budget, to school districts to establish new full-
    52      day and half-day  prekindergarten  placements  for  three-year-olds;

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     1      provided  that  such  grants  shall  only be used to supplement, not
     2      supplant existing prekindergarten programs;  and  provided  further,
     3      however,  that  any  portion of such $11,000,000 that is not awarded
     4      shall  remain  available for subsequent awards in the 2016-17 school
     5      year or for full-day and  half-day  pre-kindergarten  grants  to  be
     6      awarded  in  subsequent  school  years. Provided, further, that such
     7      grants from funds appropriated herein  shall  be  awarded  based  on
     8      factors  including,  but not limited to, the following: (i) measures
     9      of  school district need, (ii) measures of the need of  students  to
    10      be    served  by  each  of  the  school  districts, (iii) the school
    11      district's    proposal  to  target  the  highest  need  schools  and
    12      students,  (iv)  the   extent to which the district's proposal would
    13      prioritize funds to  maximize the total number of eligible  children
    14      in  the  district  served  in  pre-kindergarten  programs,  and  (v)
    15      proposal quality. Provided,   however, that  full-day  and  half-day
    16      prekindergarten  grants  appropriated herein shall only be available
    17      to support programs (i)  that provide instruction for at least  five
    18      hours  per  school day for full-day pre-kindergarten programs and at
    19      least two and one-half hours per school day for half-day  prekinder-
    20      garten  programs;  (ii)  that  agree to offer instruction consistent
    21      with applicable New York state prekindergarten early learning stand-
    22      ards; (iii) that ensure that, to the extent community-based  provid-
    23      ers  are  part of such program, such providers meet the requirements
    24      of paragraphs d-1 and d-2 of  subdivision 12 of  section  3602-e  of
    25      the  education  law;  and (iv) that otherwise comply with all of the
    26      same rules and requirements as  universal  prekindergarten  programs
    27      pursuant  to section 3602-e of the  education law except as modified
    28      herein; provided that notwithstanding paragraph c of  subdivision  1
    29      of  section  3602-e  of  the education law, for the purposes of this
    30      appropriation, an eligible child shall be a resident  child  who  is
    31      three  years of age on or before December first of the year in which
    32      he or she is enrolled. Provided, further, that  as  a  condition  of
    33      eligibility  for  receipt  of  such  funding, a school district must
    34      currently offer a prekindergarten program  for  four-year-old  chil-
    35      dren, or children who would otherwise be eligible under  paragraph c
    36      of  subdivision 1 of section 3602-e of the education law;  provided,
    37      further, that a school district may apply for only as many  full-day
    38      or  half-day placements for three-year-old children as it  currently
    39      offers for four-year-old children, or children who  would  otherwise
    40      be  eligible under paragraph c of subdivision 1 of section 3602-e of
    41      the education law. Provided, further,  that  a  school    district's
    42      grant for three-year-old prekindergarten shall equal the  product of
    43      (A)  (i)  two multiplied by the approved number of new full-day pre-
    44      kindergarten placements plus (ii) the approved number of  new  half-
    45      day pre-kindergarten placements, and (B) the district's selected aid
    46      per pre-kindergarten pupil pursuant to subparagraph i of paragraph b
    47      of  subdivision 10 of section 3602-e of the education law; provided,
    48      however, that no district shall receive a grant  in  excess  of  the
    49      total  actual  grant  expenditures  incurred  by the district in the
    50      current   school year as approved  by  the  commissioner.  Provided,
    51      further,  that  as  a  condition  of eligibility for receipt of such
    52      funding, a school  district shall agree to  adopt  approved  quality

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     1      indicators  within  two  years, including, but not limited to, valid
     2      and reliable measures  of  environmental  quality,  the  quality  of
     3      teacher-student interactions and child outcomes, and ensure that any
     4      such  assessment  of  child outcomes shall not be used to make high-
     5      stakes educational  decisions  for  individual  children.  Provided,
     6      further,  that  no  school  district  shall  receive more than forty
     7      percent of the total pre-kindergarten  for  three-year-old  children
     8      grant allocation.
     9    Provided  further  that,  notwithstanding  any provision of law to the
    10      contrary, the $1,500,000 appropriated  herein  available  for  early
    11      college  high  school  programs  shall be awarded pursuant to a plan
    12      developed by the commissioner and approved by the  director  of  the
    13      budget,  provided that such  plan shall ensure regional diversity of
    14      grant recipients and prioritize programs serving students in academ-
    15      ically  challenged  school  districts;  provided  further  that  the
    16      commissioner shall make available the request for proposals for such
    17      programs on or before May fifteenth and the commissioner shall issue
    18      awards  on  or  before August fifteenth; and provided further that a
    19      portion of the  payments  to  early  college  high  school  programs
    20      awarded  funding  from this appropriation shall be made on a sliding
    21      scale based upon the number of college credits  earned  annually  by
    22      participating  students,  consistent  with guidelines established by
    23      the commissioner. Provided further  that  in  connection  with  such
    24      guidelines,  the  commissioner  shall execute a memorandum of under-
    25      standing with the state  university of New York and the city univer-
    26      sity of New York to develop  common  data  collection,  sharing  and
    27      reporting  mechanisms  based  on  student-level    data for students
    28      enrolled in early college high school programs.    Provided  further
    29      that,  notwithstanding  any provision of law to the contrary, higher
    30      education partners participating in an  early  college  high  school
    31      program,  or  the entity/entities responsible for setting tuition at
    32      the institution, shall be  authorized  to  set  a  reduced  rate  of
    33      tuition  and/or  fees, or to waive tuition and/or fees entirely, for
    34      students enrolled in such an early college high school program  with
    35      no  reduction  in  other  state,    local  or other support for such
    36      students earning college credit that such  higher education  partner
    37      would otherwise be eligible to receive.
    38    Provided  further  that,  notwithstanding  any provision of law to the
    39      contrary,  the $500,000 appropriated herein available for career and
    40      technical education  (CTE) programs shall be awarded, pursuant to  a
    41      plan  developed by the  commissioner and approved by the director of
    42      the budget, to provide CTE  programs with support and  resources  to
    43      eliminate  barriers  to  students  with    special needs and English
    44      language learners from participating in such  programs, as  well  as
    45      promote gender diversity in CTE programs.
    46    Provided,  further,  that  notwithstanding any provision of law to the
    47      contrary, the $1,000,000 appropriated herein available for QUALITYs-
    48      tarsNY shall be used, pursuant to a plan approved by the director of
    49      the budget, to support  implementation  of  a  statewide  system  to
    50      assess,  improve,  and  communicate  the  level  of quality in early
    51      education and care settings throughout  the  state.  Notwithstanding
    52      any  provision of law to the contrary, upon approval of the director

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     1      of the budget, the $1,000,000 of  funding  appropriated  herein  for
     2      QUALITYstarsNY  may  be  suballocated,  interchanged, transferred or
     3      otherwise made available  to  the  office  of  children  and  family
     4      services for the sole purpose of administering such system. Provided
     5      that,  for  the 2016-17 and 2017-18 school years, a portion of these
     6      funds shall be used to support programs identified by the office  of
     7      children  and  family  services, the department of health and mental
     8      hygiene of the city of  New  York,  or  the  department  as  needing
     9      extraordinary quality support.
    10    Provided  further  that, notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of
    11      law, subject to the approval of the director of  the  budget,  funds
    12      appropriated  herein  may be interchanged with the appropriation for
    13      School District Performance Improvement grants  within  the  general
    14      fund  local  assistance  account  office of pre-kindergarten through
    15      grade twelve education program.
    16    Notwithstanding section 40 of the state finance law or  any  provision
    17      of  law to the contrary, this appropriation shall lapse on March 31,
    18      [2017] 2018 ... 250,000,000 ..................... (re. $170,441,000)

    19  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2011, as amended by chapter 53,
    20      section 1, of the laws of 2013:
    21    For grants in aid to school districts, libraries, not for profits  and
    22      educational  institutions, notwithstanding any provision of law this
    23      appropriation shall be allocated only pursuant  to  a  plan  setting
    24      forth an itemized list of grantees with the amount to be received by
    25      each,  or  the  methodology  for allocating such appropriation. Such
    26      plan shall be subject to the approval of the temporary president  of
    27      the  senate  and  the director of the budget and thereafter shall be
    28      included in a resolution calling for the expenditure of such monies,
    29      which resolution must be approved by a majority vote of all  members
    30      elected to the senate upon a roll call vote ........................
    31      16,226,000 ........................................... (re. $95,000)
    32    Funds  appropriated herein shall be used to provide competitive grants
    33      pursuant to a request for proposals, developed by  the  commissioner
    34      and  approved  by  the director of budget, to those school districts
    35      that are participating in the race to the top program  and/or  which
    36      demonstrate  satisfactory progress, as determined by the commission-
    37      er, towards implementation of elements such as high quality  student
    38      assessments; use of data to improve instruction and student perform-
    39      ance  and  provision  of professional development to improve teacher
    40      performance; and that those eligible districts also demonstrate  the
    41      most  improved  academic achievement gains and student outcomes such
    42      as establishing or expanding participation in college level or early
    43      college programs; and other appropriate measures of student perform-
    44      ance; provided further that in determining the amount of  the  award
    45      to  be  made  from  the  funds  appropriated herein for those school
    46      districts identified as making the greatest  achievement  gains  and
    47      eligible  for  such award, the maximum grant award available to each
    48      school district shall be based upon the size of the  district  meas-
    49      ured  by  public  school  enrollment  of  the district; and provided
    50      further that such amount shall be adjusted based  upon  measures  of
    51      district  need  and  provided  further  that no district receiving a

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     1      grant may be awarded more than forty percent  of  the  total  amount
     2      awarded;  and  provided  further  that  any  such funds awarded to a
     3      school district shall  be  used  to  increase  student  performance,
     4      narrow  the  achievement  gap,  and increase academic performance in
     5      traditionally underserved student groups.
     6    Provided further that, notwithstanding any provision  of  law  to  the
     7      contrary, in addition to the competitive awards amount as defined in
     8      paragraph  ee of subdivision 1 of section 3602 of the education law,
     9      a minimum of $37,500,000 shall be available for the payment of grant
    10      awards made in the 2013-14 school year, with additional  amounts  to
    11      be  made  available  in  the 2014-15 through [2016-17] 2017-18 state
    12      fiscal years as necessary to continue such  awards,  make  an  addi-
    13      tional  round  of awards pursuant to subdivision 6-a of section 3641
    14      of the education law in the 2014-15 school year not  to  exceed  the
    15      amount  awarded in the 2013-14 school year pursuant to such subdivi-
    16      sion 6-a, and make additional master teachers awards to  the  extent
    17      that  the master teachers program authorized herein would not other-
    18      wise expend the maximum school year amount  authorized  herein;  and
    19      such $37,500,000 shall be made available for $12,500,000 of pre-kin-
    20      dergarten  grants,  $10,000,000  of  school-wide  extended  learning
    21      grants, $7,500,000 of community schools  grants,  $5,500,000  for  a
    22      master  teacher  program  and  $2,000,000 for the early college high
    23      school program; provided, however, that  no  school  district  shall
    24      receive any portion of the funds appropriated herein unless it shall
    25      have  submitted  documentation that has been approved by the commis-
    26      sioner by September 1 of 2013 and of each school  year  in  which  a
    27      payment  to such district from this appropriation would otherwise be
    28      made demonstrating that it has fully implemented new  standards  and
    29      procedures for conducting annual professional performance reviews of
    30      classroom  teachers and building principals to determine teacher and
    31      principal effectiveness.
    32    Provided, further, that notwithstanding any provision of  law  to  the
    33      contrary, the $12,500,000 appropriated herein available for full-day
    34      and  half-day  pre-kindergarten  grants shall be awarded, based on a
    35      request for proposals developed by the commissioner and approved  by
    36      the  director  of  the  budget, to school districts to establish new
    37      full-day and half-day pre-kindergarten placements and/or to  convert
    38      existing  half-day  pre-kindergarten placements into full-day place-
    39      ments; provided that preference shall be granted for full-day place-
    40      ments while ensuring that  a  portion  of  grants  include  half-day
    41      placements  based  on  eligible applications; and provided, further,
    42      that such grants shall only be  used  to  supplement,  not  supplant
    43      existing  pre-kindergarten  programs, and provided further, however,
    44      that any portion of such  $12,500,000  that  is  not  awarded  shall
    45      remain available for subsequent awards in the 2013-14 school year or
    46      for  full-day  and half-day pre-kindergarten grants to be awarded in
    47      subsequent school years. Provided, further, that  such  grants  from
    48      funds  appropriated herein shall be awarded based on factors includ-
    49      ing, but not limited to,  the  following:  (i)  measures  of  school
    50      district need, (ii) measures of the need of students to be served by
    51      each  of  the school districts, (iii) the school district's proposal
    52      to target the highest need schools and students, (iv) the extent  to

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     1      which the district's proposal would prioritize funds to maximize the
     2      total number of eligible children in the district served in pre-kin-
     3      dergarten  programs,  and  (v)  proposal quality. Provided, however,
     4      that  full-day  and  half-day  pre-kindergarten  grants appropriated
     5      herein shall only be available to support programs (i) that  provide
     6      instruction  for  at  least  five  hours per school day for full-day
     7      pre-kindergarten programs and at least two and  one-half  hours  per
     8      school  day  for half-day pre-kindergarten programs; (ii) that agree
     9      to offer instruction consistent with the New York state  pre-kinder-
    10      garten  foundation for the common core standards within three years;
    11      (iii) that ensure that, to the extent community-based providers  are
    12      part  of such program, such providers meet the requirements of para-
    13      graphs d-1 and d-2 of subdivision 12 of section 3602-e of the educa-
    14      tion law; and (iv) that otherwise comply with all of the same  rules
    15      and  requirements as universal pre-kindergarten programs pursuant to
    16      section 3602-e of the  education  law  except  as  modified  herein.
    17      Provided,  further,  that a school district's pre-kindergarten grant
    18      shall equal the product of (A) (i) two multiplied  by  the  approved
    19      number  of  new  full-day  pre-kindergarten placements plus (ii) the
    20      approved number of half-day pre-kindergarten  placement  conversions
    21      and new half-day pre-kindergarten placements, and (B) the district's
    22      selected  aid  per pre-kindergarten pupil pursuant to subparagraph i
    23      of paragraph b of subdivision 10 of section 3602-e of the  education
    24      law;  provided,  however,  that no district shall receive a grant in
    25      excess of the  total  actual  grant  expenditures  incurred  by  the
    26      district in the current school year as approved by the commissioner.
    27      Provided, further, that as a condition of eligibility for receipt of
    28      such funding, a school district shall agree to adopt approved quali-
    29      ty indicators within two years, including, but not limited to, valid
    30      and  reliable  measures  of  environmental  quality,  the quality of
    31      teacher-student interactions and child outcomes, and ensure that any
    32      such assessment of child outcomes shall not be used to  make  highs-
    33      takes  educational  decisions  for  individual children.   Provided,
    34      further, that no school  district  shall  receive  more  than  forty
    35      percent of the total pre-kindergarten grant allocation.
    36    Provided,  further,  that  notwithstanding any provision of law to the
    37      contrary, the $10,000,000 appropriated herein available for  school-
    38      wide  extended  learning grants shall be awarded to school districts
    39      or school districts in collaboration with not-for-profit  community-
    40      based  organizations  based  on responses to a request for proposals
    41      for planning and implementation grants that is (i) developed by  the
    42      commissioner; (ii) approved by the director of the budget; and (iii)
    43      issued  by  the  commissioner.  Provided,  further, that such grants
    44      shall be awarded based on factors including, but not limited to, the
    45      following: (i) the school district's proposal to target the  schools
    46      and  students  with  the  greatest  need, and (ii) proposal quality.
    47      Provided, further, that to assess proposal quality in order to award
    48      implementation grant  funding,  the  commissioner  shall  take  into
    49      account  factors  including,  but  not limited to: (i) the extent to
    50      which the school district's proposal would maximize the use  of  the
    51      additional  learning  time  through a comprehensive restructuring of
    52      the school day and/or year, (ii) the extent to  which  the  proposal

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     1      would  provide  additional  learning time for students in grades six
     2      through eight, and (iii) how the additional learning time  would  be
     3      utilized,  including,  but  not limited to, additional time spent on
     4      core  academics. Provided, however, that no district shall be eligi-
     5      ble to receive a school-wide  extended  learning  grant  unless  its
     6      proposal  would  increase  student  learning  time  by  at  least 25
     7      percent. Provided, further,  that  a  school  district's  schoolwide
     8      extended learning implementation grant shall equal its average daily
     9      attendance  in  the school-wide extended learning program multiplied
    10      by the expected cost per pupil  of  the  additional  learning  time;
    11      provided,  further,  that  the  expected cost per pupil of the addi-
    12      tional learning time shall equal the greater of $1,500  or  (A)  the
    13      quotient  of  (i)  the school district's approved operating expense,
    14      pursuant to paragraph t of subdivision 1  of  section  3602  of  the
    15      education  law, for the year prior to the base year, divided by (ii)
    16      the  district's  public  school  district  enrollment,  pursuant  to
    17      subparagraph  (2)  of  paragraph n of such subdivision, for the year
    18      prior to the base year, multiplied by (B) 10 percent (0.10),  multi-
    19      plied by (C) the quotient of (i) the average of the national consum-
    20      er price indexes determined by the United States department of labor
    21      for  the  12-month  period preceding January first of the base year,
    22      divided by (ii) the average of the national consumer  price  indexes
    23      determined by the United States department of labor for the 12-month
    24      period  preceding  January  first of the year two years prior to the
    25      base year;  provided,  however,  that  in  extraordinary  cases  the
    26      commissioner  may  award  a  grant  that exceeds the per pupil limit
    27      described above; provided further, however, that no  district  shall
    28      receive  a  grant  in  excess of the total actual grant expenditures
    29      incurred by the district in the current school year as  approved  by
    30      the  commissioner.  Provided, further, that no school district shall
    31      receive more than forty percent of the  total  school-wide  extended
    32      learning grant allocation.
    33    Provided,  further,  that  notwithstanding any provision of law to the
    34      contrary, the $7,500,000 appropriated herein available for community
    35      schools grants shall be awarded, based on a  request  for  proposals
    36      (i) developed by the state council on children and families in coor-
    37      dination with the commissioner, (ii) approved by the director of the
    38      budget and (iii) issued by the commissioner, to school districts, or
    39      in a city with a population of one million or more an eligible enti-
    40      ty, to improve student outcomes through the implementation of commu-
    41      nity schools programs that use school buildings as community hubs to
    42      deliver co-located or school-linked academic, health, mental health,
    43      nutrition,  counseling,  legal and/or other services to students and
    44      their families. In a city with a population of one million or  more,
    45      eligible entities shall mean the city school district of the city of
    46      New  York, or not-for-profit organizations, which shall include not-
    47      for-profit community-based organizations. An eligible entity that is
    48      a not-for-profit may apply for a  community  school  grant  provided
    49      that  it  collaborates  with the city school district of the city of
    50      New York and receives the approval of the  chancellor  of  the  city
    51      school  district  of  the  city of New York. Provided, further, that
    52      such grants shall be awarded based on  factors  including,  but  not

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     1      limited  to,  the  following:  (i) measures of school district need,
     2      (ii) measures of the need of students to be served by  each  of  the
     3      school districts, (iii) the school district's proposal to target the
     4      highest  need  schools  and students, (iv) the sustainability of the
     5      proposed  community  schools  program,  and  (v)  proposal  quality.
     6      Provided, further, that to assess proposal quality in order to award
     7      such  funding,  the  commissioner  shall  take  into account factors
     8      including, but not limited to: (i) the extent to  which  the  school
     9      district's  proposal  would  provide such community services through
    10      partnerships with local governments  and  non-profit  organizations,
    11      (ii)  the extent to which the proposal would provide for delivery of
    12      such services directly in school  buildings,  (iii)  the  extent  to
    13      which  the  proposal  articulates how such services would facilitate
    14      measurable improvement in student  and  family  outcomes,  (iv)  the
    15      extent to which the proposal articulates and identifies how existing
    16      funding streams and programs would be used to provide such community
    17      services, and (v) the extent to which the proposal ensures the safe-
    18      ty  of all students, staff and community members in school buildings
    19      used as community hubs. Provided, however,  that  community  schools
    20      grants  appropriated  herein  shall  be  paid to school districts in
    21      installments upon successful  implementation  of  each  phase  of  a
    22      school  district's  approved  proposal.  Provided,  further, that no
    23      school district shall receive more than forty percent of  the  total
    24      community  schools grant allocation, and that each individual commu-
    25      nity school site shall be limited to a maximum grant of $500,000.
    26    Provided, further, that notwithstanding any provision of  law  to  the
    27      contrary,  the $5,500,000 appropriated herein available for a master
    28      teachers program shall support the award of stipends of $15,000  per
    29      annum  over  four  years  to  individual high-performing teachers in
    30      math, science and related fields, and of related costs, administered
    31      by the state university of New York pursuant to a plan developed  in
    32      consultation with the commissioner, who shall consult with appropri-
    33      ate  state  organizations  representing K-12 public school teachers,
    34      and approved by the director of the budget,  to  build  a  corps  of
    35      outstanding  math,  science  and related fields teachers in order to
    36      improve the quality of  instruction  at  public  secondary  schools.
    37      Such  plan  for use of funding appropriated herein shall: (i) estab-
    38      lish an application process; (ii) guidelines by  which  applications
    39      from  eligible teachers shall be evaluated, which shall include, but
    40      not be limited to, achievement of a rating of  highly  effective  on
    41      the  annual professional performance review; and (iii) provide peri-
    42      odic  opportunities  for  professional  development  for  successful
    43      applicants.  Provided,  further,  that  priority  shall  be given to
    44      applicants in regions of the state where a similar  program  is  not
    45      otherwise  offered.  Notwithstanding  any  provision  of  law to the
    46      contrary,  upon  approval  of  the  director  of  the  budget,  such
    47      $5,500,000  of master teachers program funding may be sub-allocated,
    48      interchanged, transferred or otherwise made available to  the  state
    49      university  of New York for the [sole purpose] services and expenses
    50      of administering such program. Nothing herein shall be construed  to
    51      limit  the  rights  of  labor  organizations to collectively bargain

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     1      terms and conditions pursuant to article 14  of  the  civil  service
     2      law.
     3    Provided,  further,  that  notwithstanding any provision of law to the
     4      contrary, the $2,000,000 appropriated herein available for the early
     5      college high school  program  shall  support  the  continuation  and
     6      expansion  of  such  program  pursuant  to  a  plan developed by the
     7      commissioner and approved by the director of the budget.   Provided,
     8      however, that a portion of the payments to early college high school
     9      programs awarded funding from this appropriation shall be awarded on
    10      a  sliding  scale  based  upon  the number of college credits earned
    11      annually  by  participating  students,  consistent  with  guidelines
    12      established  by  the  commissioner.  Provided further that, notwith-
    13      standing any provision of law  to  the  contrary,  higher  education
    14      partners  participating in an early college high schools program, or
    15      the entity/entities responsible for setting tuition at the  institu-
    16      tion,  shall  be  authorized to set a reduced rate of tuition and/or
    17      fees, or  to  waive  tuition  and/or  fees  entirely,  for  students
    18      enrolled  in  such  early  college  high  schools  program  with  no
    19      reduction in other state, local or other support for  such  students
    20      earning  college  credit  that  such  higher education partner would
    21      otherwise be eligible to receive.
    22    Provided further that, notwithstanding any provision  of  law  to  the
    23      contrary,   of   the   amount  appropriated  herein,  a  minimum  of
    24      $12,500,000 per year shall  be  available  in  the  2014-15  through
    25      [2016-17]  2017-18  school  years for the payment of grant awards as
    26      follows: $2,500,000 of pathways in  technology  early  college  high
    27      school  program  grants  and  $10,000,000 of teacher excellence fund
    28      grants; provided further that, notwithstanding any provision of  law
    29      to  the contrary, such $12,500,000, plus any other amounts so desig-
    30      nated in other items of appropriation within the general fund  local
    31      assistance  account  office of pre-kindergarten through grade twelve
    32      education program, shall constitute the  competitive  awards  amount
    33      authorized  for the 2013-14 school year by chapter 53 of the laws of
    34      2013.
    35    Provided further that, notwithstanding any provision  of  law  to  the
    36      contrary,  the $2,500,000 appropriated herein available for pathways
    37      in technology early college  high  school  (P-TECH)  program  grants
    38      shall  be  awarded  pursuant to a plan developed by the commissioner
    39      and approved by the director of the budget, provided that such  plan
    40      shall include but not be limited to (i) assurances that K-12, higher
    41      education   and  private-sector  partners  commit  to  the  required
    42      elements and responsibilities of a P-TECH program,  (ii)  provisions
    43      to ensure regional diversity of grant recipients, and (iii) priority
    44      for  P-TECH  programs  serving  students  in academically challenged
    45      school districts; provided further that the commissioner shall  make
    46      available  the  request  for proposals for such program on or before
    47      May fifteenth and the commissioner shall issue awards on  or  before
    48      August  fifteenth;  and  provided  further  that  a  portion  of the
    49      payments to P-TECH programs awarded funding from this  appropriation
    50      shall  be  made  on a sliding scale based upon the number of college
    51      credits earned annually by participating students,  consistent  with
    52      guidelines  established  by the commissioner. Provided further that,

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     1      notwithstanding any provision of law to the contrary, higher  educa-
     2      tion   partners   participating   in   a   P-TECH  program,  or  the
     3      entity/entities responsible for setting tuition at the  institution,
     4      shall be authorized to set a reduced rate of tuition and/or fees, or
     5      to waive tuition and/or fees entirely, for students enrolled in such
     6      P-TECH  program  with  no  reduction  in other state, local or other
     7      support for such students earning college credit  that  such  higher
     8      education partner would otherwise be eligible to receive.
     9    Provided  further  that,  notwithstanding  any provision of law to the
    10      contrary, the $10,000,000 appropriated herein available for  teacher
    11      excellence fund grants shall be awarded to eligible school districts
    12      pursuant to a request for proposals based on a plan developed by the
    13      commissioner  and  approved  by the director of the budget; provided
    14      that such plan shall include an application for award of such grants
    15      to such eligible school districts to provide annual  teacher  excel-
    16      lence  fund performance awards of up to $20,000 to eligible teachers
    17      rated as "highly effective" on the most recent  annual  professional
    18      performance  review,  in accordance with the requirements of section
    19      3012-d of the education law and the regulations of the commissioner,
    20      pursuant to such districts' approved applications; provided that  in
    21      making   such   grants  the  commissioner  shall  prioritize  school
    22      districts' applications based on factors including but  not  limited
    23      to  (i)  the extent to which the school district's application would
    24      recognize and reward such teachers  in  school  buildings  with  the
    25      greatest  academic  need,  in  difficult-to-staff subject or certif-
    26      ication areas and grade levels, and at critical points in  a  teach-
    27      er's  career  in  order  to  encourage  highly effective teachers to
    28      remain in  the  classroom,  and  (ii)  the  quality  of  the  school
    29      district's  application;  and provided further that the commissioner
    30      shall make available the application for such grants  on  or  before
    31      May  fifteenth  and  the  commissioner  shall  issue grant awards an
    32      agreed-to schedule.
    33    Provided further that, notwithstanding any provision  of  law  to  the
    34      contrary,   of   the   amount  appropriated  herein,  a  minimum  of
    35      $23,500,000 per year shall be available in the 2015-16 [and 2016-17]
    36      through 2017-18 school years for the  payment  of  grant  awards  as
    37      follows:  $15,000,000 for pre-kindergarten grants, $2,500,000 for an
    38      expanded master teacher program, $1,500,000 of pathways in technolo-
    39      gy early college high school program grants, $1,500,000 for a school
    40      district teacher residency program, $1,500,000 for a New York  state
    41      masters-in-education  teacher  incentive  scholarship  program,  and
    42      $1,500,000 for QUALITYstarsNY; provided further that,  notwithstand-
    43      ing any provision of law to the contrary, such $23,500,000, plus any
    44      other  amounts  so designated in other items of appropriation within
    45      the general fund local assistance account office of pre-kindergarten
    46      through grade twelve education program, shall constitute the compet-
    47      itive awards amount authorized for the 2015-16 school year.
    48    Provided, further, that notwithstanding any provision of  law  to  the
    49      contrary,  the  $15,000,000 appropriated herein available for grants
    50      to full-day and half-day pre-kindergarten programs  for  three-year-
    51      old  and four-year-old children shall be awarded, based on a request
    52      for proposals developed by the  commissioner  and  approved  by  the

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     1      director  of  the budget, to school districts to establish new full-
     2      day and half-day pre-kindergarten placements for three-year-olds and
     3      four-year-olds; provided that such grants  shall  only  be  used  to
     4      supplement,  not  supplant  existing  pre-kindergarten programs; and
     5      provided further, however, that any portion of such $15,000,000 that
     6      is not awarded shall remain available for subsequent awards  in  the
     7      2015-16  school  year  or for full-day and half-day pre-kindergarten
     8      grants to be awarded in subsequent school years. Provided,  further,
     9      that  such  grants  from  funds appropriated herein shall be awarded
    10      based on factors including, but not limited to, the following:   (i)
    11      measures  of  school  district  need,  (ii)  measures of the need of
    12      students to be served by each of the  school  districts,  (iii)  the
    13      school  district's  proposal  to target the highest need schools and
    14      students, (iv) the extent to which  the  district's  proposal  would
    15      prioritize  funds  to maximize the total number of eligible children
    16      in  the  district  served  in  pre-kindergarten  programs,  and  (v)
    17      proposal  quality.  Provided,  however,  that  full-day and half-day
    18      pre-kindergarten grants appropriated herein shall only be  available
    19      to  support  programs (i) that provide instruction for at least five
    20      hours per school day for full-day pre-kindergarten programs  and  at
    21      least two and one-half hours per school day for half-day pre-kinder-
    22      garten  programs;  (ii)  that  agree to offer instruction consistent
    23      with the New York state pre-kindergarten foundation for  the  common
    24      core  standards;  (iii)  that  ensure that, to the extent community-
    25      based providers are part of such program, such  providers  meet  the
    26      requirements  of paragraphs d-1 and d-2 of subdivision 12 of section
    27      3602-e of the education law; and (iv) that otherwise comply with all
    28      of the same rules and  requirements  as  universal  pre-kindergarten
    29      programs  pursuant  to section 3602-e of the education law except as
    30      modified herein; provided that notwithstanding paragraph c of subdi-
    31      vision 1 of section 3602-e of the education law notwithstanding, for
    32      the purposes of this appropriation, an eligible  child  shall  be  a
    33      resident child who is three years of age on or before December first
    34      of  the year in which he or she is enrolled. Provided, further, that
    35      as a condition of eligibility for receipt of such funding for three-
    36      year-olds, a school district must currently offer a pre-kindergarten
    37      program for four-year-old children, or children who would  otherwise
    38      be  eligible under paragraph c of subdivision 1 of section 3602-e of
    39      the education law; provided, further, that  a  school  district  may
    40      apply  for  only  as many full-day or half-day placements for three-
    41      year-old children as it currently offers for four-year-old children,
    42      or children who would otherwise be eligible  under  paragraph  c  of
    43      subdivision  1  of  section  3602-e of the education law.  Provided,
    44      further, that a school district's grant for three-year-old and four-
    45      year-old pre-kindergarten shall equal the product  of  (A)  (i)  two
    46      multiplied  by  the approved number of new full-day pre-kindergarten
    47      placements plus (ii) the approved number of new half-day pre-kinder-
    48      garten placements, and (B) the district's selected aid per  pre-kin-
    49      dergarten  pupil pursuant to subparagraph i of paragraph b of subdi-
    50      vision 10 of section 3602-e of the education law; provided, however,
    51      that no district shall receive a grant in excess of the total actual
    52      grant expenditures incurred by the district in  the  current  school

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     1      year  as  approved by the commissioner. Provided, further, that as a
     2      condition of eligibility for  receipt  of  such  funding,  a  school
     3      district shall agree to adopt approved quality indicators within two
     4      years, including, but not limited to, valid and reliable measures of
     5      environmental  quality,  the quality of teacher-student interactions
     6      and child outcomes, and ensure that any  such  assessment  of  child
     7      outcomes shall not be used to make high-stakes educational decisions
     8      for  individual children. Provided, further, that no school district
     9      shall receive more than forty percent of the total  pre-kindergarten
    10      for three-year-old and four-year-old children grant allocation.
    11    Provided,  further,  that  notwithstanding any provision of law to the
    12      contrary,  the  $2,500,000  appropriated  herein  available  for  an
    13      expanded master teachers program shall support the award of stipends
    14      of  $15,000  per annum over four years to individual high-performing
    15      teachers, and of related costs, administered by the state university
    16      of New York pursuant to a plan developed in  consultation  with  the
    17      commissioner, who shall consult with appropriate state organizations
    18      representing  K-12 public school teachers and approved by the direc-
    19      tor of the budget, to build a corps of outstanding teachers in order
    20      to improve the quality of instruction at public  secondary  schools.
    21      Such plan for use of funding appropriated herein shall: (i) allocate
    22      at  least 80 percent of such stipends to high performing teachers in
    23      math, science, and related fields and  up  to  20  percent  of  such
    24      stipends  to  high  performing  teachers  with an extension to their
    25      content area certificate in bilingual education or who hold  certif-
    26      ication in English as a Second Language and high-performing teachers
    27      with  dual  certification  in  a content area and special education;
    28      (ii) establish an application process;  (iii)  guidelines  by  which
    29      applications  from eligible teachers shall be evaluated, which shall
    30      include, but not be limited to, achievement of a  rating  of  highly
    31      effective  on  the  annual professional performance review; and (iv)
    32      provide periodic  opportunities  for  professional  development  for
    33      successful  applicants.  Provided,  further,  that priority shall be
    34      given to applicants in regions of the state where a similar  program
    35      is  not  otherwise  offered. Notwithstanding any provision of law to
    36      the contrary, upon approval of the  director  of  the  budget,  such
    37      $2,500,000  of master teachers program funding may be sub-allocated,
    38      interchanged, transferred or otherwise made available to  the  state
    39      university  of New York for the [sole purpose] services and expenses
    40      services and expenses of administering such program. Nothing  herein
    41      shall  be  construed  to  limit  the  rights  of labor organizations
    42      representing teachers to collectively bargain terms  and  conditions
    43      pursuant to article 14 of the civil service law.
    44    Provided  further  that,  notwithstanding  any provision of law to the
    45      contrary, the $1,500,000 appropriated herein available for  pathways
    46      in  technology  early  college  high  school (P-TECH) program grants
    47      shall be awarded pursuant to a plan developed  by  the  commissioner
    48      and  approved by the director of the budget, provided that such plan
    49      shall include but not be limited to (i) assurances that K-12, higher
    50      education  and  private-sector  partners  commit  to  the   required
    51      elements  and  responsibilities of a P-TECH program, (ii) provisions
    52      to ensure regional diversity of grant recipients, and (iii) priority

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     1      for P-TECH programs  serving  students  in  academically  challenged
     2      school  districts; provided further that the commissioner shall make
     3      available the request for proposals for such program  on  or  before
     4      May  fifteenth  and the commissioner shall issue awards on or before
     5      August fifteenth;  and  provided  further  that  a  portion  of  the
     6      payments  to P-TECH programs awarded funding from this appropriation
     7      shall be made on a sliding scale based upon the  number  of  college
     8      credits  earned  annually by participating students, consistent with
     9      guidelines established by the commissioner. Provided further that in
    10      connection with such guidelines, the commissioner  shall  execute  a
    11      memorandum  of  understanding  with the state university of New York
    12      and  the  city  university  of  New  York  to  develop  common  data
    13      collection,  sharing and reporting mechanisms based on student-level
    14      data for students  enrolled  in  P-TECH  and  smart  scholars  early
    15      college high school programs. Provided further that, notwithstanding
    16      any  provision  of  law  to  the contrary, higher education partners
    17      participating in a P-TECH program, or the entity/entities  responsi-
    18      ble  for  setting tuition at the institution, shall be authorized to
    19      set a reduced rate of tuition  and/or  fees,  or  to  waive  tuition
    20      and/or  fees  entirely, for students enrolled in such P-TECH program
    21      with no reduction in other state, local or other  support  for  such
    22      students  earning  college credit that such higher education partner
    23      would otherwise be eligible to receive.
    24    Provided, further, that notwithstanding any provision of  law  to  the
    25      contrary,  the $1,500,000 appropriated herein available for a school
    26      district teacher residency program shall be used to provide resident
    27      teachers with the professional development and training to  make  an
    28      immediate  impact in schools in the state, pursuant to a plan devel-
    29      oped by the commissioner and approved by the director of the budget.
    30      Provided, further, that such plan  shall  establish  a  process  for
    31      selection  of  experienced nonprofit entities to manage the program.
    32      Provided, further, that no school district shall receive  more  than
    33      forty percent of the total grant allocation.
    34    Provided,  further,  that  notwithstanding any provision of law to the
    35      contrary, $1,500,000 of the amount appropriated herein shall be made
    36      available for payment of New York state masters-in-education teacher
    37      incentive scholarship program awards. Provided, further, that eligi-
    38      bility for an award under this appropriation  shall  be  limited  to
    39      students  who  are  matriculated  in  an approved master's degree in
    40      education program at a New York state public institution  of  higher
    41      education  leading  to a career as a teacher in public elementary or
    42      secondary education shall be eligible for  an  award,  provided  the
    43      applicant: (a) earned an undergraduate degree from a college located
    44      in New York state; and (b) was a New York State resident while earn-
    45      ing  such undergraduate degree; and (c) achieved academic excellence
    46      as an undergraduate student, as  defined  by  the  higher  education
    47      services  corporation  in  regulation;  and (d) enrolls in full-time
    48      study in an approved master's degree in education program at  a  New
    49      York  State  public  institution  of  higher  education leading to a
    50      career as teacher in public elementary or secondary  education;  and
    51      (e)  signs  a contract with the corporation agreeing to teach in the
    52      classroom on a full-time basis for five years in  a  school  located

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     1      within  New  York  state  providing  public  elementary or secondary
     2      education recognized by the board of regents or  the  university  of
     3      the  state of New York including charter schools authorized pursuant
     4      to article 56 of the education law; and (f) complies with the appli-
     5      cable provisions of article 13 of education law and all requirements
     6      promulgated  by  the  corporation  for  the  administration  of  the
     7      program. Provided, further, that: (a) awards  shall  be  granted  to
     8      applicants  that  the  corporation  has  certified  are  eligible to
     9      receive such awards; and (b) up to five hundred awards may  be  made
    10      for  the 2015-2016 academic year, provided such awards shall be made
    11      to recipients after  the  successful  completion  of  the  term,  as
    12      defined by the corporation. Provided, further, the corporation shall
    13      grant  such  awards in an amount equal to the annual tuition charged
    14      state resident students attending a graduate  program  full-time  at
    15      the  state university of New York, or actual tuition charged, which-
    16      ever is less, for not more than  two  academic  years  of  full-time
    17      graduate  study leading to certification as an elementary or second-
    18      ary classroom teacher; provided: (i) a student who  receives  educa-
    19      tional grants and/or scholarships that cover the student's full cost
    20      of attendance shall not be eligible for an award under this program;
    21      (ii)  for  a student who receives educational grants and/or scholar-
    22      ships that cover less than the student's full  cost  of  attendance,
    23      such  grants  and/or scholarships shall not be deemed duplicative of
    24      this program and may be held concurrently with an award  under  this
    25      program,  provided  that  the  combined  benefits  do not exceed the
    26      student's full cost of attendance; and (iii)  an  award  under  this
    27      program  shall  be  applied  to tuition after the application of all
    28      other educational grants and scholarships  limited  to  tuition  and
    29      shall  be  reduced  in  an  amount  equal to such educational grants
    30      and/or scholarships. Provided, further that upon notification of  an
    31      award  under this program, the institution shall defer the amount of
    32      tuition equal to the award. No award shall be final until the recip-
    33      ient's successful completion of a term has  been  certified  by  the
    34      institution. A recipient of an award under this program shall not be
    35      eligible  for  an  award  under  the New York state math and science
    36      teaching incentive program. Provided, further  that  awards  granted
    37      pursuant  to this appropriation shall require a contract between the
    38      award recipient and the corporation to authorize the corporation  to
    39      convert  to a student loan the full amount of the award given pursu-
    40      ant to this appropriation, plus interest, according to a schedule to
    41      be determined by  the  corporation  if:  (a)  two  years  after  the
    42      completion  of  the  degree  program  and receipt of initial certif-
    43      ication it is found that a recipient is not  teaching  in  a  public
    44      school located within New York state providing elementary or second-
    45      ary  education  recognized by the board of regents or the university
    46      of the state of New York including charter schools authorized pursu-
    47      ant to article 56 of the education law; or (b) a recipient  has  not
    48      taught  in  a  public school located within New York state providing
    49      elementary or secondary education recognized by the board of regents
    50      or the university of the state of New York including charter schools
    51      authorized pursuant to article 56 of the education law for  five  of
    52      the  seven years after the completion of the graduate degree program

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     1      and receipt of initial certification; or (c) a  recipient  fails  to
     2      complete  his  or her graduate degree program in education; or (d) a
     3      recipient fails to receive or maintain his or her  teaching  certif-
     4      icate  or  license  in  New  York state; or (e) a recipient fails to
     5      respond to requests by the corporation for the status of his or  her
     6      academic  or  professional  progress.  Provided,  further  that  the
     7      preceding terms and conditions: (a) shall be deferred for any inter-
     8      ruption in graduate study or employment as established by the  rules
     9      and  regulations of the corporation; (b) shall be cancelled upon the
    10      death of the recipient; and (c)  notwithstanding  any  provision  of
    11      this  appropriation  to  the  contrary, authorize the corporation to
    12      provide for the waiver or suspension  of  any  financial  obligation
    13      which  would  involve  extreme  hardship pursuant to rules and regu-
    14      lations  promulgated  by  the   corporation.   Notwithstanding   any
    15      provision  of the law to the contrary, upon approval of the director
    16      of the  budget,  such  $1,500,000  of  masters-in-education  teacher
    17      incentive  scholarship  program funding may be sub-allocated, inter-
    18      changed, transferred or  otherwise  made  available  to  the  higher
    19      education services corporation for the sole purpose of administering
    20      such program.
    21    Provided,  further,  that  notwithstanding any provision of law to the
    22      contrary, the $1,500,000 appropriated herein available for QUALITYs-
    23      tarsNY shall be used, pursuant to a plan approved by the director of
    24      the budget, to support  implementation  of  a  statewide  system  to
    25      assess,  improve,  and  communicate  the  level  of quality in early
    26      education and care settings throughout the state.    Notwithstanding
    27      any  provision of law to the contrary, upon approval of the director
    28      of the budget, the $1,500,000 of  funding  appropriated  herein  for
    29      QUALITYstarsNY  may  be  sub-allocated, interchanged, transferred or
    30      otherwise made available  to  the  office  of  children  and  family
    31      services for the sole purpose of administering such system.
    32    Provided  further  that,  notwithstanding  any provision of law to the
    33      contrary,  of  the  amount  appropriated  herein,   a   minimum   of
    34      $14,000,000  per  year shall be available in the 2016-17 and 2017-18
    35      school years for the payment of grant awards as follows: $11,000,000
    36      for pre-kindergarten grants for three-year-old children,  $1,500,000
    37      for  early  college  high  school  programs, $500,000 for career and
    38      technical education programs,  and  $1,000,000  for  QUALITYstarsNY;
    39      provided  further  that, notwithstanding any provision of law to the
    40      contrary, such $14,000,000, plus any other amounts so designated  in
    41      other  items  of appropriation within the general fund local assist-
    42      ance account office of pre-kindergarten through grade twelve  educa-
    43      tion program, shall constitute the competitive awards amount author-
    44      ized for the 2016-17 school year.
    45    Provided  further  that,  notwithstanding  any provision of law to the
    46      contrary, the $11,000,000 appropriated herein available for  prekin-
    47      dergarten  grants  to full-day and half-day prekindergarten programs
    48      for three-year-old children shall be awarded, based on a request for
    49      proposals developed by the commissioner and approved by the director
    50      of the budget, to school districts to  establish  new  full-day  and
    51      half-day  prekindergarten  placements for three-year-olds;  provided
    52      that such grants shall only be  used  to  supplement,  not  supplant

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     1      existing  prekindergarten  programs;  and provided further, however,
     2      that any portion of such  $11,000,000  that  is  not  awarded  shall
     3      remain available for subsequent awards in the 2016-17 school year or
     4      for  full-day  and half-day pre-kindergarten grants to be awarded in
     5      subsequent school years. Provided, further, that  such  grants  from
     6      funds  appropriated herein shall be awarded based on factors includ-
     7      ing, but not limited to,  the  following:  (i)  measures  of  school
     8      district need, (ii) measures of the need of students to be served by
     9      each  of  the school districts, (iii) the school district's proposal
    10      to target the highest need schools and students, (iv) the extent  to
    11      which the district's proposal would prioritize funds to maximize the
    12      total number of eligible children in the district served in pre-kin-
    13      dergarten  programs,  and  (v)  proposal quality. Provided, however,
    14      that full-day and half-day prekindergarten grants appropriated here-
    15      in shall only be available to  support  programs  (i)  that  provide
    16      instruction  for  at  least  five  hours per school day for full-day
    17      pre-kindergarten programs and at least two and  one-half  hours  per
    18      school day for half-day prekindergarten programs; (ii) that agree to
    19      offer  instruction consistent with applicable New York state prekin-
    20      dergarten early learning standards; (iii) that ensure that,  to  the
    21      extent  community-based  providers  are  part  of such program, such
    22      providers meet the requirements of paragraphs d-1 and d-2 of  subdi-
    23      vision  12  of  section  3602-e  of the education law; and (iv) that
    24      otherwise comply with all of the  same  rules  and  requirements  as
    25      universal prekindergarten programs pursuant to section 3602-e of the
    26      education law except as modified herein; provided that notwithstand-
    27      ing  paragraph c of subdivision 1 of section 3602-e of the education
    28      law, for the purposes of this appropriation, an eligible child shall
    29      be a resident child who is three years of age on or before  December
    30      first of the year in which he or she is enrolled. Provided, further,
    31      that  as  a  condition of eligibility for receipt of such funding, a
    32      school district must currently offer a prekindergarten  program  for
    33      four-year-old  children, or children who would otherwise be eligible
    34      under paragraph c of subdivision 1 of section 3602-e of  the  educa-
    35      tion  law;  provided,  further, that a school district may apply for
    36      only as many full-day  or  half-day  placements  for  three-year-old
    37      children as it currently offers for four-year-old children, or chil-
    38      dren  who  would otherwise be eligible under paragraph c of subdivi-
    39      sion 1 of section 3602-e of the education  law.  Provided,  further,
    40      that  a  school  district's grant for three-year-old prekindergarten
    41      shall equal the product of (A) (i) two multiplied  by  the  approved
    42      number  of  new  full-day  pre-kindergarten placements plus (ii) the
    43      approved number of new half-day pre-kindergarten placements, and (B)
    44      the district's selected aid per pre-kindergarten pupil  pursuant  to
    45      subparagraph i of paragraph b of subdivision 10 of section 3602-e of
    46      the education law; provided, however, that no district shall receive
    47      a grant in excess of the total actual grant expenditures incurred by
    48      the  district  in the current school year as approved by the commis-
    49      sioner. Provided, further, that as a condition  of  eligibility  for
    50      receipt  of  such  funding,  a  school district shall agree to adopt
    51      approved quality indicators within two  years,  including,  but  not
    52      limited  to,  valid  and reliable measures of environmental quality,

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     1      the quality of teacher-student interactions and child outcomes,  and
     2      ensure  that any such assessment of child outcomes shall not be used
     3      to make high-stakes educational decisions for  individual  children.
     4      Provided,  further,  that no school district shall receive more than
     5      forty percent of the total pre-kindergarten for three-year-old chil-
     6      dren grant allocation.
     7    Provided further that, notwithstanding any provision  of  law  to  the
     8      contrary,  the  $1,500,000  appropriated  herein available for early
     9      college high school programs shall be awarded  pursuant  to  a  plan
    10      developed  by  the  commissioner and approved by the director of the
    11      budget, provided that such plan shall ensure regional  diversity  of
    12      grant recipients and prioritize programs serving students in academ-
    13      ically  challenged  school  districts;  provided  further  that  the
    14      commissioner shall make available the request for proposals for such
    15      programs on or before May fifteenth and the commissioner shall issue
    16      awards on or before August fifteenth; and provided  further  that  a
    17      portion  of  the  payments  to  early  college  high school programs
    18      awarded funding from this appropriation shall be made on  a  sliding
    19      scale  based  upon  the number of college credits earned annually by
    20      participating students, consistent with  guidelines  established  by
    21      the  commissioner.  Provided  further  that  in connection with such
    22      guidelines, the commissioner shall execute a  memorandum  of  under-
    23      standing  with the state university of New York and the city univer-
    24      sity of New York to develop  common  data  collection,  sharing  and
    25      reporting  mechanisms  based  on  student-level  data  for  students
    26      enrolled in early college high school programs.    Provided  further
    27      that,  notwithstanding  any provision of law to the contrary, higher
    28      education partners participating in an  early  college  high  school
    29      program,  or  the entity/entities responsible for setting tuition at
    30      the institution, shall be  authorized  to  set  a  reduced  rate  of
    31      tuition  and/or  fees, or to waive tuition and/or fees entirely, for
    32      students enrolled in such an early college high school program  with
    33      no  reduction  in  other  state,  local  or  other  support for such
    34      students earning college credit that such higher  education  partner
    35      would otherwise be eligible to receive.
    36    Provided  further  that,  notwithstanding  any provision of law to the
    37      contrary, the $500,000 appropriated herein available for career  and
    38      technical  education  (CTE) programs shall be awarded, pursuant to a
    39      plan developed by the commissioner and approved by the  director  of
    40      the  budget,  to  provide CTE programs with support and resources to
    41      eliminate barriers  to  students  with  special  needs  and  English
    42      language  learners  from  participating in such programs, as well as
    43      promote gender diversity in CTE programs.
    44    Provided, further, that notwithstanding any provision of  law  to  the
    45      contrary, the $1,000,000 appropriated herein available for QUALITYs-
    46      tarsNY shall be used, pursuant to a plan approved by the director of
    47      the  budget,  to  support  implementation  of  a statewide system to
    48      assess, improve, and communicate  the  level  of  quality  in  early
    49      education  and  care settings throughout the state.  Notwithstanding
    50      any provision of law to the contrary, upon approval of the  director
    51      of  the  budget,  the  $1,000,000 of funding appropriated herein for
    52      QUALITYstarsNY may be  suballocated,  interchanged,  transferred  or

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     1      otherwise  made  available  to  the  office  of  children and family
     2      services for the sole purpose of administering such system. Provided
     3      that, for the 2016-17 and 2017-18 school years, a portion  of  these
     4      funds  shall be used to support programs identified by the office of
     5      children and family services, the department of  health  and  mental
     6      hygiene  of  the  city  of  New  York,  or the department as needing
     7      extraordinary quality support.
     8    Provided further that, notwithstanding any inconsistent  provision  of
     9      law,  subject  to  the approval of the director of the budget, funds
    10      appropriated herein may be interchanged with the  appropriation  for
    11      School District Management Efficiency grants within the general fund
    12      local  assistance  account  office of pre-kindergarten through grade
    13      twelve education program.
    14    Notwithstanding section 40 of the state finance law or  any  provision
    15      of  law to the contrary, this appropriation shall lapse on March 31,
    16      [2017] 2018 ... 250,000,000 ..................... (re. $221,288,000)
 
    17  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2010, as transferred by chapter
    18      53, section 1, of the laws of 2011:
    19    For nonpublic school aid payable in the 2010-11 state fiscal year.
    20    Notwithstanding any provision  of  law,  rule  or  regulation  to  the
    21      contrary,  the  amount  appropriated  herein  represents the maximum
    22      amount payable during the 2010-11 state fiscal year ................
    23      80,605,000 ............................................ (re. $2,000)
    24    For aid payable for additional nonpublic school aid.   Notwithstanding
    25      any  inconsistent  provision of law, funds appropriated herein shall
    26      be available for payment of aid heretofore accrued and hereafter  to
    27      accrue  provided that, notwithstanding any provision of law, rule or
    28      regulation to the contrary, the amount appropriated  herein  repres-
    29      ents the maximum amount payable during the 2010-11 state fiscal year
    30      ... 28,500,000 ....................................... (re. $10,000)
    31    For  academic intervention for nonpublic schools based on a plan to be
    32      developed by the commissioner  of  education  and  approved  by  the
    33      director of the budget ... 922,000 .................. (re. $920,000)
    34    For  services  and  expenses  of  the New York state center for school
    35      safety for the 2010-11 school year. Funds appropriated herein  shall
    36      be  used  to  operate  a statewide center and shall be subject to an
    37      expenditure plan approved by the director of the budget ............
    38      466,000 ............................................... (re. $4,000)
    39    For allowances to private schools for the blind and the deaf  pursuant
    40      to  article  85  of the education law, including state aid for blind
    41      and deaf pupils in certain institutions to be paid for the  purposes
    42      provided  under article 85 of the education law for the education of
    43      deaf children under 3 years  of  age,  including  transfers  to  the
    44      miscellaneous  special revenue fund Rome school for the deaf account
    45      (339E6) pursuant to a plan to be developed by the  commissioner  and
    46      approved  by  the  director of the budget. Notwithstanding any other
    47      inconsistent provisions of law, such funds appropriated herein shall
    48      be for the New York state pupils approved to attend such schools and
    49      whose admissions, attendance and termination therein is  in  accord-
    50      ance with rules and regulations of the commissioner of education.

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     1    Of the amounts appropriated herein, up to $6,651,000 shall be used for
     2      debt  service  on capital construction projects financed through the
     3      state dormitory authority and $105,689,000 shall  be  available  for
     4      allowances to schools for the blind and deaf.
     5    Funds  appropriated  herein  for  apportionment by the commissioner to
     6      private schools for the blind and deaf for services provided  during
     7      the  2009-10  school year and thereafter may, in the first instance,
     8      be designated as the state share of moneys due to a  private  school
     9      for  the blind and deaf pursuant to title XIX of the social security
    10      act, on account of school supportive  health  services  provided  to
    11      students with disabilities in special education programs pursuant to
    12      article  89  of the education law and to those pupils who are quali-
    13      fied handicapped persons as defined in  the  federal  rehabilitation
    14      act  of  1973,  as  amended.  Such  state share shall be assigned on
    15      behalf of private schools for the blind and deaf to  the  department
    16      of health, as provided herein; the amount designated as such nonfed-
    17      eral share may be suballocated by the commissioner to the department
    18      of  health based on the monthly report of the commissioner of health
    19      to the commissioner. The amount to be assigned to the department  of
    20      health,  as determined by the commissioner of health, for any school
    21      shall not exceed the federal share of any moneys due to such  school
    22      pursuant to title XIX. Moneys designated as state share moneys shall
    23      be  paid  to  such  private  schools  for  the blind and deaf by the
    24      department of health based on the submission and approval of  claims
    25      related  to  such  school  supportive health services, in the manner
    26      provided by law.
    27    Provided further that, notwithstanding any inconsistent  provision  of
    28      law,  upon  disbursement of funds appropriated for additional allow-
    29      ances to private schools for the blind and deaf  in  the  vocational
    30      and  educational  services for individuals with disabilities program
    31      special revenue funds-federal/aid to localities, funds  appropriated
    32      herein shall be reduced in an amount equivalent to such disbursement
    33      and  the  portion  of  this  appropriation so affected shall have no
    34      further force or effect. Such reduction in the general  fund  allow-
    35      ances  to  private  schools  for  the  blind and deaf shall be fully
    36      offset by the special revenue funds-federal/aid to localities  funds
    37      appropriated  for  additional  allowances to private schools for the
    38      blind and deaf.
    39    Notwithstanding any provision of the law to the contrary, funds appro-
    40      priated herein shall be available for payment of liabilities hereto-
    41      fore accrued or hereafter to accrue and, subject to the approval  of
    42      the  director  of  the  budget, such funds shall be available to the
    43      department net of disallowances, refunds, reimbursements and credits
    44      ... 112,340,000 ................................... (re. $6,915,000)
    45    For July and August programs for school-aged children  with  handicap-
    46      ping  conditions  pursuant  to  section  4408  of the education law,
    47      provided by private schools for the blind  and  deaf  authorized  by
    48      article  85  of the education law, pursuant to an allocation plan to
    49      be developed by the commissioner and approved by the director of the
    50      budget. Notwithstanding any provision of law to the contrary,  funds
    51      appropriated herein may be interchanged with the general fund appro-
    52      priation  for  the  private  schools  for  the blind and deaf, local

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     1      assistance account, subject to approval of the director of the budg-
     2      et. Notwithstanding any provision of  law  to  the  contrary,  funds
     3      appropriated  herein  shall  be available for payment of liabilities
     4      heretofore  accrued  or  hereafter  to  accrue  and,  subject to the
     5      approval of the director of the budget, such funds shall  be  avail-
     6      able to the department net of disallowances, refunds, reimbursements
     7      and credits ... 24,000,000 .......................... (re. $200,000)
     8    For  July  and August programs for school-aged children with handicap-
     9      ping conditions pursuant to  section  4408  of  the  education  law.
    10      Moneys appropriated herein shall be used as follows: (i) for remain-
    11      ing  2009-10  school year obligations and for obligations for school
    12      years prior to the 2009-10 school year provided,  however,  that  of
    13      the amounts appropriated herein, payments for obligations for school
    14      years  prior  to  the  2009-10  school  year  shall  be  limited  to
    15      $50,000,000 (ii) for such purposes of subdivision 4 of section  3602
    16      of  the  education law for schools operated under articles 87 and 88
    17      of the education law. Provided, however,  that  notwithstanding  any
    18      inconsistent  provision  of  law  to  the  contrary, that payment of
    19      eligible claims shall be payable in the order that such claims  have
    20      been  approved  for  payment  by  the commissioner of education, and
    21      provided further that no claim shall be set aside for  insufficiency
    22      of  funds  to  make  a complete payment, but shall be eligible for a
    23      partial payment in one year  and  shall  retain  its  priority  date
    24      status  for  subsequent appropriations designated for such purposes.
    25      Notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law to  the  contrary,
    26      funds   appropriated  herein  for  liabilities  incurred  by  school
    27      districts shall only be available for liabilities incurred prior  to
    28      July  1, 2010, and shall represent the maximum amount payable during
    29      the 2010-11 state fiscal year. Notwithstanding any provision of  law
    30      to  the  contrary,  funds appropriated herein shall be available for
    31      payment of liabilities heretofore accrued  or  hereafter  to  accrue
    32      and,  subject  to  the  approval of the director of the budget, such
    33      funds shall be available to the  department  net  of  disallowances,
    34      refunds,  reimbursements  and  credits.  Notwithstanding  any  other
    35      provision of law to the contrary, funds appropriated herein  may  be
    36      suballocated, subject to the approval of the director of the budget,
    37      to  any state agency or department to accomplish the purpose of this
    38      appropriation ... 188,200,000 ....................... (re. $205,000)
    39    For services and expenses of the summer food program for  the  2010-11
    40      school year ... 3,049,000 ............................. (re. $5,000)
    41    For  aid  payable  for  the  2010-11 school year for support of county
    42      vocational education and extension boards pursuant to  section  1104
    43      of  the education law. Notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of
    44      law, rule, or regulation, the amount of state reimbursement  payable
    45      shall  be  based  on annualized salaries and the amount appropriated
    46      herein represents the maximum  amount  payable  during  the  2010-11
    47      state fiscal year ... 932,000 ....................... (re. $128,000)
    48    For  services  and  expenses  of  the health education program for the
    49      2010-11 school year. Funds appropriated herein  shall  be  available
    50      for  health-related  programs  including,  but not limited to, those
    51      providing  instruction  and  supportive  services  in  comprehensive
    52      health  education  and/or acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS)

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     1      education. Of the amounts  appropriated  herein,  $86,000  shall  be
     2      available  for  the program previously operated as the school health
     3      demonstration program. Notwithstanding any other provision of law to
     4      the contrary, funds appropriated herein may be suballocated, subject
     5      to  the  approval of the director of the budget, to any state agency
     6      or department to accomplish the purpose of this appropriation ......
     7      691,000 ............................................. (re. $292,000)
 
     8  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2009:
     9    For academic intervention for nonpublic schools based on a plan to  be
    10      developed  by  the  commissioner  of  education  and approved by the
    11      director of the budget ... 922,000 .................. (re. $915,000)
    12    For services and expenses of the  health  education  program  for  the
    13      2009-10  school  year.  Funds appropriated herein shall be available
    14      for health-related programs including, but  not  limited  to,  those
    15      providing  instruction  and  supportive  services  in  comprehensive
    16      health education and/or acquired immune deficiency  syndrome  (AIDS)
    17      education ... 691,000 ............................... (re. $268,000)
    18    To  the  Buffalo City school district for the creation and implementa-
    19      tion of the helping involve parents for better schools (HIP) program
    20      ... 250,000 ......................................... (re. $186,000)
 
    21  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2009, as amended by chapter 53,
    22      section 1, of the laws of 2012:
    23    For additional grants in  aid  to  certain  school  districts,  public
    24      libraries  and  not-for-profit  institutions.  For  grants in aid to
    25      school districts, libraries, not for profits and educational  insti-
    26      tutions,  notwithstanding  any  provision  of law this appropriation
    27      shall be allocated only pursuant to a plan setting forth an itemized
    28      list of grantees with the amount to be  received  by  each,  or  the
    29      methodology  for  allocating  such appropriation. Such plan shall be
    30      subject to the approval of the  speaker  of  the  assembly  and  the
    31      director  of the budget and thereafter shall be included in a resol-
    32      ution calling for the expenditure of such monies,  which  resolution
    33      must  be  approved  by a majority vote of all members elected to the
    34      assembly upon a roll call vote ... 1,900,000 ...... (re. $1,900,000)
    35    For services and expenses of the New York Historical Association .....
    36      180,000 ............................................... (re. $7,000)
    37    For additional services and expenses of  the  Center  for  Autism  and
    38      related  disabilities  at the State University of New York at Albany
    39      ...  500,000 .......................................... (re. $4,000)
    40    For nonpublic school aid payable in the  2009-10  state  fiscal  year.
    41      Notwithstanding  any  provision  of  law,  rule or regulation to the
    42      contrary, the amount  appropriated  herein  represents  the  maximum
    43      amount payable during the 2009-10 state fiscal year ................
    44      80,605,000 ............................................ (re. $6,000)
    45    For  aid payable for additional nonpublic school aid.  Notwithstanding
    46      any inconsistent provision of law, funds appropriated  herein  shall
    47      be  available for payment of aid heretofore accrued and hereafter to
    48      accrue provided that, notwithstanding any provision of law, rule  or
    49      regulation  to  the contrary, the amount appropriated herein repres-

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     1      ents the maximum amount payable during the 2009-10 state fiscal year
     2      ... 30,000,000 ........................................ (re. $5,000)
     3    For  additional  aid  payable  for  the 2009-10 school year to schools
     4      providing special services or programs as defined in  paragraphs  e,
     5      g,  i,  and  l of subdivision 2 of section 4401 of the education law
     6      and approved preschool  programs  that  provide  full  and  half-day
     7      educational  programs  in accordance with section 4410 of the educa-
     8      tion law to help  prevent  excessive  instructional  staff  turnover
     9      through a targeted adjustment of compensation for teachers providing
    10      direct  instructional  services  to  students at such schools.   The
    11      commissioner of education shall develop an allocation plan,  subject
    12      to  the  approval  of  the  director of the budget, that distributes
    13      funds appropriated herein among eligible schools ...................
    14      2,000,000 ............................................ (re. $53,000)
    15    For services and expenses of schools under registration review for the
    16      2009-10 school year. Funds appropriated herein shall only be  avail-
    17      ble  upon  approval  of an expenditure plan developed by the commis-
    18      sioner of education and approved by the director of the budget .....
    19      1,751,000 ......................................... (re. $1,741,430)
    20    For Special Act School  Districts  additional  costs  associated  with
    21      academic programs ... 1,300,000 ................... (re. $1,286,000)

    22  By  chapter  53,  section  1, of the laws of 2009, as amended by chapter
    23      502, section 2, of the laws of 2009:
    24    For July and August programs for school-aged children  with  handicap-
    25      ping  conditions  pursuant  to  section  4408  of the education law.
    26      Moneys appropriated herein shall be used as follows: (i) for remain-
    27      ing base year and prior  school  years  obligations,  (ii)  for  the
    28      purposes  of  subdivision 4 of section 3602 of the education law for
    29      schools operated under articles 87 and 88 of the education law,  and
    30      (iii)   notwithstanding  any  inconsistent  provision  of  law,  for
    31      payments made pursuant to this appropriation for current school year
    32      obligations, provided, however, that such payments shall not  exceed
    33      70  percent of the state aid due for the sum of the approved tuition
    34      and maintenance rates and transportation expense provided for  here-
    35      in;  provided,  however,  that  payment  of eligible claims shall be
    36      payable in the order that such claims have been approved for payment
    37      by the commissioner of education, and provided further that no claim
    38      shall be set aside for insufficiency of funds  to  make  a  complete
    39      payment, but shall be eligible for a partial payment in one year and
    40      shall  retain its priority date status for subsequent appropriations
    41      designated  for  such  purposes.  Notwithstanding  any  inconsistent
    42      provision  of  law  to the contrary, funds appropriated herein shall
    43      only be available for liabilities incurred prior to  July  1,  2010,
    44      shall  be  used  to  pay  2008-09  school  year  claims in the first
    45      instance, and represent the maximum amount payable during the  2009-
    46      10  state  fiscal  year. Notwithstanding any provision of law to the
    47      contrary, funds appropriated herein shall be available  for  payment
    48      of  liabilities  heretofore  accrued  or  hereafter  to  accrue and,
    49      subject to the approval of the director of the  budget,  such  funds
    50      shall  be available to the department net of disallowances, refunds,
    51      reimbursements and credits; provided, however, that  the  amount  of

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     1      this appropriation available for expenditure and disbursement on and
     2      after  November  1,  2009  shall  be  reduced by 12.5 percent of the
     3      amount that was undisbursed as of November 1, 2009 .................
     4      260,400,000 ......................................... (re. $750,000)
 
     5  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2008:
     6    For  services  and  expenses  of  the health education program for the
     7      2008-09 school year. Funds appropriated herein  shall  be  available
     8      for  health-related  programs  including,  but not limited to, those
     9      providing  instruction  and  supportive  services  in  comprehensive
    10      health  education  and/or acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS)
    11      education, provided, however, that the amount of this  appropriation
    12      available for expenditure and disbursement on and after September 1,
    13      2008  shall  be reduced by six percent of the amount that was undis-
    14      bursed as of August 15, 2008 ... 735,000 ............ (re. $184,000)
    15    For academic intervention for nonpublic schools based on a plan to  be
    16      developed  by  the  commissioner  of  education  and approved by the
    17      director of the budget, provided, however, that the amount  of  this
    18      appropriation  available  for  expenditure  and  disbursement on and
    19      after September 1, 2008 shall be  reduced  by  six  percent  of  the
    20      amount that was undisbursed as of August 15, 2008 ..................
    21      980,000 ............................................. (re. $922,000)
 
    22  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2008, as amended by chapter 53,
    23      section 1, of the laws of 2012:
    24    For  July  and August programs for school-aged children with handicap-
    25      ping conditions pursuant to  section  4408  of  the  education  law.
    26      Moneys appropriated herein shall be used as follows: (i) for remain-
    27      ing  base  year  and  prior  school  years obligations, (ii) for the
    28      purposes of subdivision 4 of section 3602 of the education  law  for
    29      schools  operated under articles 87 and 88 of the education law, and
    30      (iii)  notwithstanding  any  inconsistent  provision  of  law,   for
    31      payments made pursuant to this appropriation for current school year
    32      obligations,  provided, however, that such payments shall not exceed
    33      70 percent of the state aid due for the sum of the approved  tuition
    34      and  maintenance rates and transportation expense provided for here-
    35      in; provided, however, that payment  of  eligible  claims  shall  be
    36      payable in the order that such claims have been approved for payment
    37      by the commissioner of education, and provided further that no claim
    38      shall  be  set  aside  for insufficiency of funds to make a complete
    39      payment, but shall be eligible for a partial payment in one year and
    40      shall retain its priority date status for subsequent  appropriations
    41      designated  for  such  purposes.    Notwithstanding any inconsistent
    42      provision of law to the contrary, funds  appropriated  herein  shall
    43      only  be  available  for liabilities incurred prior to July 1, 2009,
    44      shall be used to  pay  2007-08  school  year  claims  in  the  first
    45      instance,  and represent the maximum amount payable during the 2008-
    46      09 state fiscal year. Notwithstanding any provision of  law  to  the
    47      contrary,  funds  appropriated herein shall be available for payment
    48      of liabilities  heretofore  accrued  or  hereafter  to  accrue  and,
    49      subject  to  the  approval of the director of the budget, such funds

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     1      shall be available to the department net of disallowances,  refunds,
     2      reimbursements and credits ... 243,400,000 .......... (re. $844,000)
 
     3  By  chapter  53,  section  1, of the laws of 2008, as amended by chapter
     4      496, section 3, of the laws of 2008:
     5    For grants to schools for programs involving literacy and basic educa-
     6      tion for public assistance recipients for the  2008-09  school  year
     7      for  those  programs administered by the state education department,
     8      provided, however, that the amount of this  appropriation  available
     9      for  expenditure  and  disbursement  on  and after September 1, 2008
    10      shall be reduced by six percent of the amount that  was  undisbursed
    11      as of August 15, 2008 ... 1,960,000 ................. (re. $553,000)
    12    For  nonpublic  school  aid  for  the  2008-09  school  year  program.
    13      Notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law,  funds  appropri-
    14      ated herein shall be available for payment of aid heretofore accrued
    15      and hereafter to accrue provided that, notwithstanding any provision
    16      of  law,  rule or regulation to the contrary, reimbursement, and the
    17      State's liability for such reimbursement, shall be limited to  nine-
    18      ty-eight percent of the actual cost incurred by the nonpublic school
    19      as  approved by the commissioner of education; provided further that
    20      on and after September 1,  2008,  notwithstanding  any  inconsistent
    21      provision of law, rule or regulation, the amount of state reimburse-
    22      ment  and  liability  for  costs  and activities funded through this
    23      appropriation shall be  further  reduced  by  six  percent  of  such
    24      reduced  amount, and that the amount of this appropriation available
    25      for expenditure and disbursement on and after  such  date  shall  be
    26      reduced  by  six  percent  of  the amount that was undisbursed as of
    27      August 15, 2008 ... 85,750,000 .................... (re. $1,000,000)
    28    For aid payable for additional nonpublic school aid.   Notwithstanding
    29      any  inconsistent  provision of law, funds appropriated herein shall
    30      be available for payment of aid heretofore accrued and hereafter  to
    31      accrue  provided that, notwithstanding any provision of law, rule or
    32      regulation to the contrary, reimbursement, and the State's liability
    33      for such reimbursement, shall be limited to ninety-eight percent  of
    34      the  actual cost incurred by the nonpublic school as approved by the
    35      commissioner of  education;  provided  further  that  on  and  after
    36      September  1,  2008,  notwithstanding  any inconsistent provision of
    37      law, rule or regulation,  the  amount  of  state  reimbursement  and
    38      liability for costs and activities funded through this appropriation
    39      shall  be further reduced by six percent of such reduced amount, and
    40      that the amount of this appropriation available for expenditure  and
    41      disbursement  on and after such date shall be reduced by six percent
    42      of the amount that  was  undisbursed  as  of  August  15,  2008  ...
    43      47,295,000 ........................................ (re. $3,306,000)
 
    44  By  chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2008, as amended by chapter 1,
    45      section 2, of the laws of 2009:
    46    For services and  expenses  associated  with  math  and  science  high
    47      schools  for  the  2008-09  school year, provided, however, that the
    48      amount of this appropriation available for expenditure and disburse-
    49      ment on and after September 1, 2008 shall be reduced by six  percent

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     1      of the amount that was undisbursed as of August 15, 2008 ...........
     2      1,470,000 ........................................... (re. $461,000)
 
     3  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2007, as amended by chapter 53,
     4      section 1, of the laws of 2012:
     5    For services and expenses of the rural education advisory council ....
     6      175,000 .............................................. (re. $40,000)
     7    For services and expenses of a $30,200,000 2007-08 school year program
     8      for extended day and school violence prevention programs ...........
     9      30,200,000 ........................................ (re. $5,938,000)
    10    For  the state's share of preschool handicapped education costs pursu-
    11      ant to section 4410 of  the  education  law.    Notwithstanding  any
    12      inconsistent  provision of law to the contrary, the amount appropri-
    13      ated herein represents the maximum amount payable during the 2007-08
    14      state fiscal year and shall support a state share of preschool hand-
    15      icapped education costs for the 2006-07 school year limited to  59.5
    16      percent  of total expenditures, and furthermore, notwithstanding any
    17      other provision of law, local  claims  for  reimbursement  of  costs
    18      incurred prior to the 2005-06 school year and during the 2005-06 and
    19      2006-07  school  years  that  have  been approved for payment by the
    20      education department as of March 31, 2007 shall be the first  claims
    21      paid  from  this appropriation. Any local claims for which there may
    22      be insufficient appropriation authority for payment in  the  2007-08
    23      state fiscal year shall be considered as the first claim for payment
    24      against  all subsequent appropriations designated for such purposes.
    25      Notwithstanding any provision of law to the contrary,  funds  appro-
    26      priated herein shall be available for payment of liabilities hereto-
    27      fore  accrued or hereafter to accrue and, subject to the approval of
    28      the director of the budget, such funds shall  be  available  to  the
    29      department net of disallowances, refunds, reimbursements and credits
    30      ... 663,100,000 ...................................... (re. $48,000)
    31    For  allowances to private schools for the blind and the deaf, includ-
    32      ing state aid for blind and deaf pupils in certain  institutions  to
    33      be  paid for the purposes provided under article 85 of the education
    34      law for the education of deaf children under 3 years of age  includ-
    35      ing  transfers to the miscellaneous special revenue fund Rome school
    36      for the deaf account (339E6) pursuant to a plan to be  developed  by
    37      the  commissioner  and  approved  by  the  director  of  the budget.
    38      Notwithstanding any other inconsistent provisions of law, such funds
    39      appropriated herein shall be for the New York state pupils  approved
    40      to  attend  such schools and whose admissions, attendance and termi-
    41      nation therein is in accordance with rules and  regulations  of  the
    42      commissioner of education.
    43    Of the amounts appropriated herein, up to $6,651,000 shall be used for
    44      debt  service  on capital construction projects financed through the
    45      state dormitory authority and $111,449,000 shall  be  available  for
    46      allowances  to  schools for the blind and deaf.  Notwithstanding any
    47      provision of the law to  the  contrary,  funds  appropriated  herein
    48      shall  be available for payment of liabilities heretofore accrued or
    49      hereafter to accrue and, subject to the approval of the director  of
    50      the  budget,  such funds shall be available to the department net of

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     1      disallowances, refunds, reimbursements and credits .................
     2      118,100,000 ......................................... (re. $277,000)
     3    For the school lunch and breakfast program. Funds for the school lunch
     4      and breakfast program shall be expended subject to the limitation of
     5      funds  available and may be used to reimburse sponsors of non-profit
     6      school lunch, breakfast, or  other  school  child  feeding  programs
     7      based  upon  the  number  of  federally  reimbursable breakfasts and
     8      lunches served to students under  such  program  agreements  entered
     9      into by the state education department and such sponsors, in accord-
    10      ance  with  an  act  of Congress entitled the "National School Lunch
    11      Act," P.L. 79-396, as amended,  or  the  provisions  of  the  "Child
    12      Nutrition  Act  of  1966,"  P.L.  89-642, as amended, in the case of
    13      school breakfast programs to reimburse sponsors  in  excess  of  the
    14      federal rates of reimbursement. Notwithstanding any provision of law
    15      to  the contrary, the moneys hereby appropriated, or so much thereof
    16      as may be necessary, are to be available  for  the  purposes  herein
    17      specified  for obligations heretofore accrued or hereafter to accrue
    18      for the school years beginning July 1, 2005, July 1, 2006  and  July
    19      1, 2007 ... 31,700,000 .............................. (re. $130,000)
    20    For  academic intervention for nonpublic schools based on a plan to be
    21      developed by the commissioner  of  education  and  approved  by  the
    22      director of the budget ... 1,000,000 .............. (re. $1,000,000)
    23    For  nonpublic  school  aid  for  the  2007-08  school  year  program.
    24      Notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law,  funds  appropri-
    25      ated herein shall be available for payment of aid heretofore accrued
    26      and hereafter to accrue ... 87,500,000 ............ (re. $4,918,000)
    27    For  grants in aid to school districts, libraries, not for profits and
    28      educational institutions, notwithstanding any provision of law  this
    29      appropriation  shall  be  allocated  only pursuant to a plan setting
    30      forth an itemized list of grantees with the amount to be received by
    31      each, or the methodology for  allocating  such  appropriation.  Such
    32      plan  shall be subject to the approval of the temporary president of
    33      the senate and the director of the budget and  thereafter  shall  be
    34      included in a resolution calling for the expenditure of such monies,
    35      which  resolution must be approved by a majority vote of all members
    36      elected to the senate upon a roll call vote ........................
    37      250,000 ............................................. (re. $102,000)
    38    For additional grants in  aid  to  certain  school  districts,  public
    39      libraries  and  not-for-profit  institutions.  Such  funds  shall be
    40      apportioned pursuant to subdivision 5 of section  24  of  the  state
    41      finance law ... 12,995,000 .......................... (re. $530,000)
    42    For  services  and  expenses associated with the math and science high
    43      schools including Tech Valley high school, Bard College, and  Nazar-
    44      eth College for the 2007-08 school year ............................
    45      1,500,000 ........................................... (re. $254,000)
 
    46  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2006:
    47    For  academic intervention for nonpublic schools based on a plan to be
    48      developed by the commissioner  of  education  and  approved  by  the
    49      director of the budget ... 1,000,000 ................ (re. $642,000)
    50    For  nonpublic  school  aid  for  the  2006-07  school  year  program.
    51      Notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law,  funds  shall  be

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     1      available  for  payment  of  aid heretofore accrued and hereafter to
     2      accrue ... 87,500,000 ............................. (re. $7,514,000)
     3    For  services and expenses associated with three Math and Science High
     4      Schools, provided that one such high school shall be  located  in  a
     5      City  with  more  than one million inhabitants, one shall be located
     6      outside of a city with one million inhabitants, and one shall be the
     7      educational entity created by chapter 757 of the laws of 2005.  Each
     8      school shall be eligible for a grant up to $500,000 for the costs of
     9      providing an enhanced high school curriculum and/or capital improve-
    10      ment projects. Such grant may provide for up to twenty-five  percent
    11      of  the  operations  of  the  Math and Science High School.   School
    12      districts shall jointly submit an application with a New York  State
    13      college  or  university in order to be eligible for funding pursuant
    14      to this appropriation. Such joint application shall detail the coop-
    15      erative activities, that the school district and higher  educational
    16      institution  will  occur  at  the Math and Science High School.  The
    17      enhanced math and science curriculum to be provided  by  the  school
    18      located  in  a  city with more than one million inhabitants shall be
    19      provided by a school accredited to give its  graduates  both  a  New
    20      York  State  Regents  diploma  and an Associates of Arts degree with
    21      more than half of its faculty possessing terminal degrees  in  their
    22      subject  area,  and  all of the science and math classes provided to
    23      all of that school's third and fourth year students shall  be  given
    24      for  college  credit  and  taught  by faculty members who possess an
    25      advanced degree in their subject area. Provided  however,  that  the
    26      educational  entity created by chapter 757 of the laws of 2005 shall
    27      not be required to submit a joint application with a New York  State
    28      college or university ... 1,500,000 ................. (re. $313,000)
    29    For  additional  grants  in  aid  to  certain school districts, public
    30      libraries and not-for-profit institutions including seventy  percent
    31      of  a  $26,670,000 2006-07 school year teacher resource and computer
    32      training center program, seventy percent  of  a  $4,000,000  2006-07
    33      school  year  teacher  mentor  intern  program, and $500,000 for the
    34      national board for professional teaching standards program .........
    35      81,456,250 ....................................... (re. $10,603,000)
 
    36  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2005:
    37    For additional  grants-in-aid  to  certain  school  districts,  public
    38      libraries  and not for profit institutions including 50 percent of a
    39      $500,000 school year program for the 2005-06 NYC  peer  intervention
    40      program  and  50  percent  of a $500,000 school year program for the
    41      national board for professional teaching standards certification ...
    42      27,110,400 ........................................ (re. $7,151,000)
    43    For  nonpublic  school  aid  for  the  2005-06  school  year  program.
    44      Notwithstanding  any  inconsistent  provision of law, funds shall be
    45      available for payment of aid heretofore  accrued  and  hereafter  to
    46      accrue ... 87,500,000 ............................. (re. $5,303,000)
 
    47  By  chapter  53,  section  1, of the laws of 2003, as amended by chapter
    48      684, section 1, of the laws of 2003:
    49    For additional grants in  aid  to  certain  school  districts,  public
    50      libraries  and  not for profit educational institutions, in addition

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     1      to services and expenses  of  the  teacher  resources  and  computer
     2      training centers programs ... 41,498,700 .......... (re. $5,485,000)
 
     3  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2002:
     4    For  grants-in-aid  to  certain school districts, public libraries and
     5      not-for-profit educational institutions ............................
     6      9,587,300 ......................................... (re. $1,481,000)
 
     7  By chapter 382, part C, section 1, of the laws of 2001:
     8    For fiscal stabilization grants in aid of up to  $25,000,000  for  the
     9      2001-02  school  year  to certain school districts, public libraries
    10      and not-for-profit  educational  institutions.  Notwithstanding  any
    11      provision of law to the contrary, funds appropriated herein shall be
    12      available for payment of aid hereafter to accrue ...................
    13      25,000,000 ........................................... (re. $15,000)
 
    14    Special Revenue Funds - Federal
    15    Federal Education Fund
    16    Federal Department of Education Account - 25210

    17  By  chapter  53, section 1, of the laws of 2015, as added by chapter 61,
    18      section 1, of the laws of 2015:
    19    For grants to schools for specific programs including, but not limited
    20      to, grants for purposes under title I of the elementary and  second-
    21      ary  education  act.  Notwithstanding  any inconsistent provision of
    22      law, a portion of this appropriation may be  suballocated  to  other
    23      state  departments  and  agencies,  subject  to  the approval of the
    24      director of the budget, as needed to accomplish the intent  of  this
    25      appropriation (21740) ... 1,771,819,000 ....... (re. $1,771,819,000)
    26    For grants to schools and other eligible entities for state grants for
    27      improving  teacher  quality and mathematics and science partnerships
    28      pursuant to title II of the elementary and secondary education act.
    29    Notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law, a portion  of  this
    30      appropriation  may  be  suballocated  to other state departments and
    31      agencies, subject to the approval of the director of the budget,  as
    32      needed  to  accomplish  the intent of this appropriation (23418) ...
    33      242,841,000 ..................................... (re. $242,841,000)
    34    For grants to schools and other eligible entities for English language
    35      acquisition program pursuant to title  III  of  the  elementary  and
    36      secondary  education act. Notwithstanding any inconsistent provision
    37      of law, a portion of this appropriation may be suballocated to other
    38      state departments and agencies,  subject  to  the  approval  of  the
    39      director  of  the budget, as needed to accomplish the intent of this
    40      appropriation (23417) ... 61,000,000 ............. (re. $61,000,000)
    41    For grants to schools and other eligible entities for the 21st century
    42      community learning centers pursuant to title IV  of  the  elementary
    43      and   secondary  education  act.  Notwithstanding  any  inconsistent
    44      provision of law, a portion of this appropriation  may  be  suballo-
    45      cated  to  other  state  departments  and  agencies,  subject to the
    46      approval of the director of the budget, as needed to accomplish  the
    47      intent of this appropriation (23416) ...............................
    48      96,526,000 ....................................... (re. $96,526,000)

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     1    For  grants  to  schools  and  other eligible entities for the charter
     2      schools program pursuant to title V of the elementary and  secondary
     3      education  act. Notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law, a
     4      portion of this appropriation may be  suballocated  to  other  state
     5      departments and agencies, subject to the approval of the director of
     6      the budget, as needed to accomplish the intent of this appropriation
     7      (23415) ... 28,000,000 ........................... (re. $28,000,000)
     8    For grants to schools and other eligible entities for the rural educa-
     9      tion initiative pursuant to title VI of the elementary and secondary
    10      education  act. Notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law, a
    11      portion of this appropriation may be  suballocated  to  other  state
    12      departments and agencies, subject to the approval of the director of
    13      the budget, as needed to accomplish the intent of this appropriation
    14      (23414) ... 5,000,000 ............................. (re. $5,000,000)
    15    For  grants to schools and other eligible entities for homeless educa-
    16      tion program pursuant to title X of  the  elementary  and  secondary
    17      education  act. Notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law, a
    18      portion of this appropriation may be  suballocated  to  other  state
    19      departments and agencies, subject to the approval of the director of
    20      the budget, as needed to accomplish the intent of this appropriation
    21      (23413) ... 8,000,000 ............................. (re. $8,000,000)
    22    For  grants  to  schools  and  other  eligible  entities  for specific
    23      programs including, but not limited to, the Carl  D.  Perkins  voca-
    24      tional  and applied technology education act (VTEA). Notwithstanding
    25      any inconsistent provision of law, a portion of  this  appropriation
    26      may be suballocated to other state departments and agencies, subject
    27      to  the  approval of the director of the budget, as needed to accom-
    28      plish the intent of this appropriation (23477) .....................
    29      68,578,000 ....................................... (re. $68,126,000)
    30    For various grants to schools and other eligible entities.    Notwith-
    31      standing any inconsistent provision of law, a portion of this appro-
    32      priation  may  be  suballocated to other state departments and agen-
    33      cies, subject to the approval of the  director  of  the  budget,  as
    34      needed to accomplish the intent of this appropriation (23407) ......
    35      29,425,000 ....................................... (re. $29,425,000)
    36    For  the  education  of  individuals with disabilities including up to
    37      $3,000,000 for services and expenses of  early  childhood  direction
    38      centers  and  $500,000  for  services and expenses of the center for
    39      autism and related disabilities at the state university of New  York
    40      at  Albany.  Notwithstanding  any  inconsistent  provision of law, a
    41      portion of the funds appropriated herein shall be available, subject
    42      to a plan developed by the commissioner of education and approved by
    43      the director of the  budget,  for  grants  to  ensure  appropriately
    44      certified teachers in schools providing special services or programs
    45      as  defined  in paragraphs e, g, i and l of subdivision 2 of section
    46      4401 of the education law to children placed by school districts and
    47      in approved preschool programs that provide full and half-day educa-
    48      tional programs in accordance with section 4410 of the education law
    49      for children placed by school district. Provided  further  that,  in
    50      the  allocation  of funds, priority shall be given to those programs
    51      with a demonstrated need to increase the number of certified  teach-
    52      ers to comply with state and federal requirements.  Such funds shall

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     1      be  made available for such activities as certification preparation,
     2      training, assisting schools with personnel shortages and  supporting
     3      activities  that improve the delivery of services to improve results
     4      for  children with disabilities. Provided further that notwithstand-
     5      ing any inconsistent provision of law,  of  the  funds  appropriated
     6      herein:  (i)  $2,000,000  shall be available for payments to schools
     7      providing special services or programs as defined in  paragraphs  e,
     8      g, i, and l of subdivision 2 of section 4401 of the education law to
     9      help  prevent  excessive  instructional  staff  turnover  through  a
    10      targeted adjustment of compensation for  teachers  providing  direct
    11      instructional services to students at such schools. The commissioner
    12      of  education  shall  develop  an  allocation  plan,  subject to the
    13      approval of the director  of  the  budget,  that  distributes  funds
    14      appropriated  herein among eligible schools, as defined herein, that
    15      qualify based on the following criteria: eligible schools are  those
    16      that  have  complied  with  all applicable requirements for previous
    17      grants for this purpose and whose average teacher salary  are  below
    18      the  salary  provided  for  similarly  qualified  teachers in public
    19      schools in the region in which such eligible school is located.  The
    20      allocation  to  each  qualifying school shall be calculated based on
    21      the number of weighted full time equivalent (FTE) staff, as  defined
    22      herein,  in  the  per FTE award amount. The total number of weighted
    23      FTE shall be determined by multiplying  the  actual  number  of  FTE
    24      teachers  providing  classroom instruction at each school, as deter-
    25      mined by the commissioner, by: 1) a factor of 2.0 for those  schools
    26