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A08804 Summary:

BILL NOA08804D
 
SAME ASSAME AS UNI. S08304-D
 
SPONSORBudget
 
COSPNSR
 
MLTSPNSR
 
 
Makes appropriations for the support of government - Capital Projects Budget.
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A08804 Text:



 
                STATE OF NEW YORK
        ________________________________________________________________________
 
            S. 8304--D                                            A. 8804--D
 
                SENATE - ASSEMBLY
 
                                    January 16, 2024
                                       ___________
 
        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
 
                                  CAPITAL PROJECTS 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 capi-
     2  tal projects, or so much thereof as shall be necessary to accomplish the
     3  purpose  of  the  appropriations,  are  appropriated  by   comprehensive
     4  construction programs (hereinafter referred to by the abbreviation CCP),
     5  purposes,  and projects designated by the appropriations, and authorized
     6  to be made available as hereinafter provided to  the  respective  public
     7  officers;  such  appropriations  shall  be  deemed  to provide all costs
     8  necessary and pertinent to accomplish the intent of the appropriations
 
         EXPLANATION--Matter in italics (underscored) is new; matter in brackets
                              [ ] is old law to be omitted.
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     1  and are appropriated in accordance with the provisions of section 93  of
     2  the state finance law.
     3    b)  Any  amounts  specified  in  this chapter for advances for capital
     4  projects, or so much thereof as shall be  necessary  to  accomplish  the
     5  purpose   of  the  appropriations,  are  appropriated  by  comprehensive
     6  construction programs (hereinafter referred to by the abbreviation CCP),
     7  purposes and projects designated by the appropriations as advances  from
     8  the  capital projects fund in accordance with the provisions of sections
     9  40-a and 93 of the state finance law, and are authorized to be  paid  as
    10  hereinafter  provided  as  an  advance for a share, part or whole of the
    11  cost for such programs, purposes and projects hereinafter specified.
    12    c) The several amounts specified in this chapter as capital projects -
    13  reappropriations, or so much thereof as shall be  sufficient  to  accom-
    14  plish  the  purpose of the appropriations, as appropriated by comprehen-
    15  sive construction programs (hereinafter referred to by the  abbreviation
    16  CCP),  purposes,  and  projects, being the undisbursed and/or unexpended
    17  balances of the prior  year's  appropriations,  are  reappropriated  and
    18  unless  otherwise  amended  or repealed in part or total in this chapter
    19  shall continue to be available for the same purposes as the prior appro-
    20  priations or as otherwise amended for the fiscal year beginning April 1,
    21  2024.
    22    The capital projects reappropriations contained in this chapter may be
    23  amended by repealing the items set forth in brackets and by adding ther-
    24  eto the underscored material. Certain reappropriations in  this  chapter
    25  are  shown  using abbreviated text, with three leader dots (an ellipsis)
    26  followed by three spaces (...   ) used to indicate  where  existing  law
    27  that is being continued is not shown. However, unless a change is clear-
    28  ly  indicated  by  the use of brackets [ ] for deletions and underscores
    29  for additions, the  purpose,  amounts,  funding  source  and  all  other
    30  aspects  pertinent to each item of appropriation shall be as last appro-
    31  priated.
    32    For the purpose of complying with section 25 of the state finance law,
    33  the year, chapter and section of the last act reappropriating  a  former
    34  original  appropriation  or  any part thereof is, unless otherwise indi-
    35  cated, chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2023.
    36    d) No moneys appropriated by  this  chapter  shall  be  available  for
    37  payment  until a certificate of approval has been issued by the director
    38  of the budget, who shall file such certificate with  the  department  of
    39  audit  and  control, the chairperson of the senate finance committee and
    40  the chairperson of the assembly ways and means committee.
    41    e) The appropriations contained in this chapter shall be available for
    42  the fiscal year beginning on April 1, 2024 except as otherwise noted.

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                                 ADIRONDACK PARK AGENCY

                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1                                          APPROPRIATIONS  REAPPROPRIATIONS
 
     2    Capital Projects Funds - Other .....               0        30,000,000
     3    Special Revenue Funds - Other ......               0         1,500,000
     4                                        ----------------  ----------------
     5      All Funds ........................               0        31,500,000
     6                                        ================  ================
 
     7  MAINTENANCE AND IMPROVEMENTS OF EXISTING FACILITIES (CCP)
 
     8    Capital Projects Funds - Other
     9    Capital Projects Fund - 30000
    10    Preservation of Facilities Purpose
 
    11  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2022:
    12    For   services   and   expenses  related  to  the  rehabilitation  and
    13      construction of facilities, including but not limited to design  and
    14      construction, consultation, inspection and engineering, and personal
    15      service, fringe and indirect costs (13AB2203) (81010) ..............
    16      29,000,000 ....................................... (re. $29,000,000)
 
    17  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2020:
    18    For alterations, rehabilitations and other improvements to facilities,
    19      including  but not limited to design and construction, consultation,
    20      inspection and engineering costs (13AB2003) (81010) ................
    21      1,000,000 ......................................... (re. $1,000,000)
 
    22    Special Revenue Funds - Other
    23    Combined Expendable Trust Fund
    24    Miscellaneous Gifts Account - 20100
    25    Preservation of Facilities Purpose
 
    26  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2012:
    27    For alterations, rehabilitations and improvements of  various  facili-
    28      ties, including personal service and payment of liabilities incurred
    29      prior to April 1, 2012 (13GI1203) (81010) ..........................
    30      500,000 ............................................. (re. $500,000)
 
    31  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2011:
    32    For  alterations,  rehabilitations and improvements of various facili-
    33      ties, including personal service and payment of liabilities incurred
    34      prior to April 1, 2011 (13GI1103) (81010) ..........................
    35      500,000 ............................................. (re. $500,000)
 
    36  By chapter 55, section 1, of the laws of 2010:
    37    For alterations, rehabilitations and improvements of  various  facili-
    38      ties, including personal service and payment of liabilities incurred
    39      prior to April 1, 2010 (13GI1003) (81010) ..........................
    40      500,000 ............................................. (re. $500,000)

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                          DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE AND MARKETS
 
                               CAPITAL PROJECTS   2024-25
 
     1  For  the comprehensive construction programs, purposes and
     2    projects as herein  specified  in  accordance  with  the
     3    following:
 
     4                                          APPROPRIATIONS  REAPPROPRIATIONS
 
     5    Capital Projects Funds - Other .....      90,115,000       147,880,000
     6                                        ----------------  ----------------
     7      All Funds ........................      90,115,000       147,880,000
     8                                        ================  ================
 
     9  NEW FACILITIES PURPOSE (CCP) ................................ 71,700,000
    10                                                            --------------
 
    11    Capital Projects Funds - Other
    12    Capital Projects Fund - 30000
    13    New Facilities Purpose
 
    14  For  grants  to  municipal  and incorporated
    15    not-for-profit  pounds,  shelters,  humane
    16    societies,  and rescue facilities, exclud-
    17    ing rescues operating  from  a  residence.
    18    Use  of  the  grant funds is restricted to
    19    the costs of capital  projects  including,
    20    but  not  limited  to, construction, reno-
    21    vation,   rehabilitation,    installation,
    22    acquisition,  or  expansion  of buildings,
    23    equipment, or facilities necessary for the
    24    secure containment, health,  and  adequate
    25    care  of  sheltered  dogs  and cats. These
    26    grants shall be allocated by  the  commis-
    27    sioner  on  a competitive basis until such
    28    funds are extinguished in  an  amount  not
    29    less   than  $20,000  and  not  more  than
    30    $500,000, not to exceed ninety percent  of
    31    the  total  project  cost.  Not  less than
    32    $500,000 for projects in underserved muni-
    33    cipalities or regions,  for  such  pounds,
    34    shelters,   humane  societies,  or  rescue
    35    facilities,  excluding  rescues  operating
    36    from a residence, that are not operated by
    37    or under contract with one or more munici-
    38    palities  for  the  provision  of pound or
    39    shelter services but that  are  registered
    40    with  the  department  and can demonstrate
    41    providing   similar   pound   or   shelter
    42    services.  Up to five percent of the total
    43    appropriation amount may be made available
    44    for  the  services  and  expenses  of  the
    45    department  in  relation  to these grants,
    46    including  personal  service,  nonpersonal

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                          DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE AND MARKETS
 
                               CAPITAL PROJECTS   2024-25
 
     1    service,  fringe  benefits,  and  indirect
     2    costs (60AS2403) (11433) ..................... 5,000,000
     3  For  services,  expenses, and grants for the
     4    cost of construction,  renovation,  alter-
     5    ation,    rehabilitation,    improvements,
     6    installation,   acquisition,   repair   or
     7    replacement  of  buildings,  equipment, or
     8    permanent or temporary facilities for  the
     9    development  of  facilities to support the
    10    preparation and distribution of  New  York
    11    focused  meals for regional school infras-
    12    tructure,  such  as  aggregation,  storage
    13    hubs   and/or   commissary-type   kitchens
    14    (60SK2407) (11345) .......................... 10,000,000
    15  For  services  and   expenses   related   to
    16    projects  for alterations, rehabilitation,
    17    and improvements at the  New  York  feder-
    18    ation  of growers and processors agribusi-
    19    ness child development centers  (60AB2407)
    20    (11326) ...................................... 3,200,000
    21  For  services  and  expenses of the New York
    22    State  dairy  farm   modernization   grant
    23    program,  for  Farm  and Food Growth Fund,
    24    Inc. to provide grants to farms and  agri-
    25    cultural marketing cooperatives to be used
    26    for  the  services  and expenses to expand
    27    on-farm  milk  storage  capacity,  improve
    28    efficiencies,   invest  in  milk  transfer
    29    systems, cooling  technologies,  or  other
    30    purposes   deemed   necessary  to  further
    31    opportunities for dairy farmers to  trans-
    32    port  or  store  their products. Up to ten
    33    percent of the total appropriation  amount
    34    may be made available for the services and
    35    expenses  of  Farm  and  Food Growth Fund,
    36    Inc.  directly  related  to  the  adminis-
    37    tration  and delivery of the grant program
    38    (60BD2409) .................................. 24,000,000
    39  For services and expenses of  the  Statewide
    40    Cornell University Industrial Hemp program
    41    for  innovation  and  commercialization of
    42    biomaterial processing (60BE2407) ............ 5,000,000
    43  For services and  expenses  of  the  Peconic
    44    Land  Trust  for  the  administration of a
    45    grant   program   for    the    cost    of
    46    construction,    renovation,   alteration,
    47    rehabilitation,  improvements,   installa-
    48    tion,  acquisition,  repair or replacement
    49    of buildings, docks, equipment, or  perma-
    50    nent  or  temporary  facilities to support
    51    the preparation, packaging,  and  distrib-
    52    ution  of  Long Island shellfish and other

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                          DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE AND MARKETS
 
                               CAPITAL PROJECTS   2024-25
 
     1    aquaculture products.  Notwithstanding any
     2    other provision of law,  the  director  of
     3    the  budget is hereby authorized to trans-
     4    fer  up to $50,000 to state operations for
     5    a Long Island seafood processing feasibil-
     6    ity study. Up to fifteen  percent  of  the
     7    total  appropriation  amount  may  be made
     8    available for the services and expenses of
     9    such organization directly related to  the
    10    administration   of   the   grant  program
    11    (60BF2409) ................................... 5,000,000
    12  For services and  expenses  related  to  the
    13    expansion  or  rehabilitation  of  the New
    14    York state veterinary diagnostic laborato-
    15    ry and the animal health diagnostic center
    16    at Cornell University, including  but  not
    17    limited   to   alterations,  improvements,
    18    preventive    maintenance,    replacement,
    19    refurbishment, and construction ............. 19,500,000
 
    20  NEW YORK WORKS (CCP) ........................................ 14,715,000
    21                                                            --------------
 
    22    Capital Projects Funds - Other
    23    Capital Projects Fund - 30000
    24    Administrative Services Purpose
 
    25  For the purchase and replacement of vehicles
    26    and equipment (60VS24AS) (11420) ............... 600,000
    27  For  services  and  expenses  related to the
    28    purchase  or  replacement  of   laboratory
    29    equipment (60ES24AS) (11421) ................... 115,000
 
    30    Capital Projects Funds - Other
    31    Capital Projects Fund - 30000
    32    Preservation of Facilities Purpose
 
    33  For  services  and  expenses  related to New
    34    York  Works  Infrastructure  projects  for
    35    alterations, rehabilitation, improvements,
    36    and  land  acquisition  at the state fair,
    37    including personal service and the payment
    38    of liabilities incurred prior to April  1,
    39    2024. All or a portion of the funds appro-
    40    priated  hereby  may  be  suballocated  or
    41    transferred to any department,  agency  or
    42    public authority (60NY2403) (10300) .......... 5,000,000
    43  For  services  and  expenses  of  state fair
    44    projects, such costs may include but shall
    45    not  be  limited  to  personal   services,
    46    nonpersonal  services, fringe benefits and
    47    indirect costs, such projects may  include

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                          DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE AND MARKETS
 
                               CAPITAL PROJECTS   2024-25
 
     1    but  shall  not be limited to alterations,
     2    rehabilitation,  improvements,  preventive
     3    maintenance,  replacement,  refurbishment,
     4    and  construction including the payment of
     5    liabilities incurred  prior  to  April  1,
     6    2024 (60SF2403) (11422) ...................... 9,000,000
 
     7  STATE FAIR (CCP) ............................................. 3,700,000
     8                                                            --------------
 
     9    Capital Projects Funds - Other
    10    Capital Projects Fund - 30000
    11    Preservation of Facilities Purpose
 
    12  For  payment of the costs including personal
    13    services,  nonpersonal  services,   fringe
    14    benefits  and  indirect  costs,  of alter-
    15    ations,  rehabilitation  and  improvements
    16    including preventive maintenance, replace-
    17    ment,  refurbishment  and energy conserva-
    18    tion of various facilities, including  the
    19    payment  of  liabilities incurred prior to
    20    April 1, 2024 (60MN2403) (11493) ............. 1,700,000
 
    21    Capital Projects Funds - Other
    22    Miscellaneous Capital Projects Fund
    23    State Fair Capital Improvement Account - 32208
    24    Preservation of Facilities Purpose
 
    25  For payment of the costs including  personal
    26    services,   nonpersonal  services,  fringe
    27    benefits and  indirect  costs,  of  alter-
    28    ations,  rehabilitation  and  improvements
    29    including preventive maintenance, replace-
    30    ment, refurbishment and  energy  conserva-
    31    tion  of various facilities, including the
    32    payment of liabilities incurred  prior  to
    33    April 1, 2024 (60RI2403) (11493) ............. 2,000,000

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                          DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE AND MARKETS
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1  NEW FACILITIES PURPOSE (CCP)
 
     2    Capital Projects Funds - Other
     3    Capital Projects Fund - 30000
     4    New Facilities Purpose
 
     5  The appropriation made by chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2023, is
     6      hereby amended and reappropriated to read:
     7    For  grants to municipal and incorporated not-for-profit pounds, shel-
     8      ters, humane societies, and  rescue  facilities,  excluding  rescues
     9      operating  from a residence. Use of the grant funds is restricted to
    10      the costs  of  capital  projects  including,  but  not  limited  to,
    11      construction, renovation, rehabilitation, installation, acquisition,
    12      or  expansion  of  buildings, equipment, or facilities necessary for
    13      the secure containment, health, and adequate care of sheltered  dogs
    14      and  cats.  These grants shall be allocated by the commissioner on a
    15      competitive basis until such funds are extinguished as follows:  (a)
    16      In  municipalities  with  a population of less than two million, for
    17      such pounds,  shelters,  humane  societies,  or  rescue  facilities,
    18      excluding  rescues  operating from a residence, that are operated by
    19      or under contract for the provision of  pound  or  shelter  services
    20      with  one  or  more  municipalities:  projects serving an individual
    21      municipality, grants in amounts not less than $50,000 and  not  more
    22      than  $200,000,  not  to  exceed ninety percent of the total project
    23      cost; and for projects serving two or more municipalities, grants in
    24      amounts not less than $100,000 and not more than  $500,000,  not  to
    25      exceed  ninety  percent  of  the  total project cost; (b) In munici-
    26      palities with a population  of  more  than  two  million,  for  such
    27      pounds,  shelters, humane societies, or rescue facilities, excluding
    28      rescues operating from a residence, that are operated  by  or  under
    29      contract  for the provision of pound or shelter services with one or
    30      more municipalities, grants in amounts not less  than  $100,000  and
    31      not  more  than  $500,000, not to exceed ninety percent of the total
    32      project cost; and (c) not less than $500,000 for projects in  under-
    33      served  municipalities or regions, for such pounds, shelters, humane
    34      societies, or rescue facilities, excluding rescues operating from  a
    35      residence,  that  are  not operated by or under contract with one or
    36      more municipalities for the provision of pound or  shelter  services
    37      but  that  are  registered  with  the department and can demonstrate
    38      providing similar pound or shelter services, grants in  amounts  not
    39      less  than $50,000, and not more than $200,000, not to exceed ninety
    40      percent of the total project cost. Up to five percent of  the  total
    41      appropriation  amount  may  be  made  available for the services and
    42      expenses of the department in relation to  these  grants,  including
    43      personal service, nonpersonal service, fringe benefits, and indirect
    44      costs.
    45    For  grants to municipal and incorporated not-for-profit pounds, shel-
    46      ters, humane societies, and  rescue  facilities,  excluding  rescues
    47      operating from a residence, awarded after April 1, 2024.  Use of the
    48      grant  funds  is restricted to the costs of capital projects includ-
    49      ing, but not limited to, construction,  renovation,  rehabilitation,
    50      installation,  acquisition, or expansion of buildings, equipment, or

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                          DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE AND MARKETS
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1      facilities  necessary  for  the  secure  containment,  health,   and
     2      adequate  care  of  sheltered  dogs  and cats. These grants shall be
     3      allocated by the commissioner on  a  competitive  basis  until  such
     4      funds  are  extinguished  in an amount not less than $20,000 and not
     5      more than $500,000, not  to  exceed  ninety  percent  of  the  total
     6      project  cost.  Not  less  than $500,000 for projects in underserved
     7      municipalities or regions, for such pounds, shelters, humane  socie-
     8      ties, or rescue facilities, excluding rescues operating from a resi-
     9      dence,  that  are not operated by or under contract with one or more
    10      municipalities for the provision of pound or  shelter  services  but
    11      that  are registered with the department and can demonstrate provid-
    12      ing similar pound or shelter services. Up to  five  percent  of  the
    13      total  appropriation  amount  may be made available for the services
    14      and expenses of the department in relation to these grants,  includ-
    15      ing  personal  service,  nonpersonal  service,  fringe benefits, and
    16      indirect costs (60AS2303) (11433) ..................................
    17      5,000,000 ......................................... (re. $5,000,000)
    18    For the food access expansion grant  program,  to  provide  grants  to
    19      support  and  establish  food  access  infrastructure in underserved
    20      communities. All or a portion of the funds appropriated  hereby  may
    21      be  suballocated  or transferred to any department, agency or public
    22      authority (60CO2307) (11344) ... 10,000,000 ...... (re. $10,000,000)
    23    For services, expenses, and grants for the cost of construction, reno-
    24      vation,  alteration,  rehabilitation,  improvements,   installation,
    25      acquisition,  repair  or  replacement  of  buildings,  equipment, or
    26      permanent or temporary facilities for the development of  facilities
    27      to  support  the  preparation  and  distribution of New York focused
    28      meals for regional school infrastructure, such as aggregation, stor-
    29      age hubs and/or commissary-type kitchens (60SK2307) (11345) ........
    30      10,000,000 ....................................... (re. $10,000,000)
    31    For services and expenses related to projects for  alterations,  reha-
    32      bilitation,  and  improvements at the New York federation of growers
    33      and processors agribusiness  child  development  centers  (60AB2307)
    34      (11326) ... 3,200,000 ............................. (re. $3,200,000)
 
    35  The appropriation made by chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2022, is
    36      hereby amended and reappropriated to read:
    37    For  grants to municipal and incorporated not-for-profit pounds, shel-
    38      ters and humane societies. Use of the grant funds is  restricted  to
    39      the  costs  of  capital  projects  including,  but  not  limited to,
    40      construction, renovation, rehabilitation, installation, acquisition,
    41      or expansion of buildings, equipment, or  facilities  necessary  for
    42      the  secure containment, health, and adequate care of sheltered dogs
    43      and cats. These grants shall be allocated by the commissioner  on  a
    44      competitive  basis until such funds are extinguished as follows: (a)
    45      In municipalities with a population of less than  two  million,  for
    46      such  pounds,  shelters  or humane societies that are operated by or
    47      under contract for the provision of pound or shelter  services  with
    48      one  or  more municipalities: projects serving an individual munici-
    49      pality, grants in amounts not less than $50,000 and  not  more  than
    50      $200,000, not to exceed fifty percent of the total project cost; and
    51      for  projects  serving two or more municipalities, grants in amounts

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                          DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE AND MARKETS
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1      not less than $100,000 and not more than  $500,000,  not  to  exceed
     2      seventy-five  percent  of  the  total  project  cost; (b) In munici-
     3      palities with a population  of  more  than  two  million,  for  such
     4      pounds,  shelters  or humane societies that are operated by or under
     5      contract for the provision of pound or shelter services with one  or
     6      more  municipalities,  grants  in amounts not less than $100,000 and
     7      not more than $500,000, not to exceed seventy-five  percent  of  the
     8      total  project  cost; and (c) not less than $500,000 for projects in
     9      underserved municipalities or regions, for such pounds, shelters  or
    10      humane societies that are not operated by or under contract with one
    11      or  more  municipalities  for  the  provision  of  pound  or shelter
    12      services but that are registered with the department and can  demon-
    13      strate  providing  similar  pound  or  shelter  services,  grants in
    14      amounts not less than $50,000, and not more than  $200,000,  not  to
    15      exceed  fifty  percent of the total project cost. Up to five percent
    16      of the total appropriation amount may  be  made  available  for  the
    17      services and expenses of the department in relation to these grants,
    18      including  personal  service,  nonpersonal service, fringe benefits,
    19      and indirect costs.
    20    For grants to municipal and incorporated not-for-profit pounds,  shel-
    21      ters,  humane  societies,  and  rescue facilities, excluding rescues
    22      operating from a residence, awarded after April 1, 2024.  Use of the
    23      grant funds is restricted to the costs of capital  projects  includ-
    24      ing,  but  not limited to, construction, renovation, rehabilitation,
    25      installation, acquisition, or expansion of buildings, equipment,  or
    26      facilities   necessary  for  the  secure  containment,  health,  and
    27      adequate care of sheltered dogs and  cats.  These  grants  shall  be
    28      allocated  by  the  commissioner  on  a competitive basis until such
    29      funds are extinguished in an amount not less than  $20,000  and  not
    30      more  than  $500,000,  not  to  exceed  ninety  percent of the total
    31      project cost. Not less than $500,000  for  projects  in  underserved
    32      municipalities  or regions, for such pounds, shelters, humane socie-
    33      ties, or rescue facilities, excluding rescues operating from a resi-
    34      dence, that are not operated by or under contract with one  or  more
    35      municipalities  for  the  provision of pound or shelter services but
    36      that are registered with the department and can demonstrate  provid-
    37      ing  similar  pound  or  shelter services. Up to five percent of the
    38      total appropriation amount may be made available  for  the  services
    39      and  expenses of the department in relation to these grants, includ-
    40      ing personal service,  nonpersonal  service,  fringe  benefits,  and
    41      indirect costs (60AS2203) (11433) ..................................
    42      5,000,000 ......................................... (re. $4,814,000)
    43    For  additional  grants  to  municipal and incorporated not-for-profit
    44      pounds, shelters and humane societies. Use of  the  grant  funds  is
    45      restricted  to  the  costs  of  capital  projects including, but not
    46      limited to, construction, renovation, rehabilitation,  installation,
    47      acquisition,  or  expansion  of  buildings, equipment, or facilities
    48      necessary for the secure containment, health, and adequate  care  of
    49      sheltered  dogs  and  cats.  These  grants shall be allocated by the
    50      commissioner on a competitive basis  until  such  funds  are  extin-
    51      guished  as follows: (a) In municipalities with a population of less
    52      than two million, for such pounds, shelters or humane societies that

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                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1      are operated by or under contract for  the  provision  of  pound  or
     2      shelter  services  with one or more municipalities: projects serving
     3      an individual municipality, grants in amounts not less than  $50,000
     4      and not more than $200,000, not to exceed fifty percent of the total
     5      project  cost;  and for projects serving two or more municipalities,
     6      grants in amounts not less than $100,000 and not more than $500,000,
     7      not to exceed seventy-five percent of the total project cost; (b) In
     8      municipalities with a population of more than two million, for  such
     9      pounds,  shelters  or humane societies that are operated by or under
    10      contract for the provision of pound or shelter services with one  or
    11      more  municipalities,  grants  in amounts not less than $100,000 and
    12      not more than $500,000, not to exceed seventy-five  percent  of  the
    13      total  project  cost; and (c) not less than $500,000 for projects in
    14      underserved municipalities or regions, for such pounds, shelters  or
    15      humane societies that are not operated by or under contract with one
    16      or  more  municipalities  for  the  provision  of  pound  or shelter
    17      services but that are registered with the department and can  demon-
    18      strate  providing  similar  pound  or  shelter  services,  grants in
    19      amounts not less than $50,000, and not more than  $200,000,  not  to
    20      exceed  fifty  percent of the total project cost. Up to five percent
    21      of the total appropriation amount may  be  made  available  for  the
    22      services and expenses of the department in relation to these grants,
    23      including  personal  service,  nonpersonal service, fringe benefits,
    24      and indirect costs.
    25    For grants to municipal and incorporated not-for-profit pounds,  shel-
    26      ters,  humane  societies,  and  rescue facilities, excluding rescues
    27      operating from a residence, awarded after April 1, 2024.  Use of the
    28      grant funds is restricted to the costs of capital  projects  includ-
    29      ing,  but  not limited to, construction, renovation, rehabilitation,
    30      installation, acquisition, or expansion of buildings, equipment,  or
    31      facilities   necessary  for  the  secure  containment,  health,  and
    32      adequate care of sheltered dogs and  cats.  These  grants  shall  be
    33      allocated  by  the  commissioner  on  a competitive basis until such
    34      funds are extinguished in an amount not less than  $20,000  and  not
    35      more  than  $500,000,  not  to  exceed  ninety  percent of the total
    36      project cost. Not less than $500,000  for  projects  in  underserved
    37      municipalities  or regions, for such pounds, shelters, humane socie-
    38      ties, or rescue facilities, excluding rescues operating from a resi-
    39      dence, that are not operated by or under contract with one  or  more
    40      municipalities  for  the  provision of pound or shelter services but
    41      that are registered with the department and can demonstrate  provid-
    42      ing  similar  pound  or  shelter services. Up to five percent of the
    43      total appropriation amount may be made available  for  the  services
    44      and  expenses of the department in relation to these grants, includ-
    45      ing personal service,  nonpersonal  service,  fringe  benefits,  and
    46      indirect costs (60CA2203) (11339) ..................................
    47      3,000,000 ......................................... (re. $3,000,000)
    48    For  services  and expenses related to projects for alterations, reha-
    49      bilitation, and improvements at the New York federation  of  growers
    50      and  processors  agribusiness  child  development centers (60AB2207)
    51      (11326) ... 3,200,000 ............................. (re. $3,100,000)

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                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1    For payment to agricultural or horticultural corporations  and  county
     2      extension  service associations that are eligible to receive premium
     3      reimbursement pursuant to section 286 of the agriculture and markets
     4      law for: the costs of construction, renovation, alteration, rehabil-
     5      itation, improvements, installation, acquisition, repair or replace-
     6      ment  of  fairground  buildings, equipment or permanent or temporary
     7      facilities used to house or promote agriculture,  excluding  parking
     8      facilities  and  signage;  or  for  the costs of construction, reno-
     9      vation,  alteration,  rehabilitation,  improvements,   installation,
    10      acquisition,  repair,  or  replacement  of water systems, restrooms,
    11      septic systems, and/or storm water management systems on fairgrounds
    12      or in fairground buildings to be allocated by  the  commissioner  in
    13      amounts  not  to  exceed  $200,000 to such eligible agricultural and
    14      horticultural corporations or county extension services on a noncom-
    15      petitive basis until such funds are exhausted. Up to five percent of
    16      the total  appropriation  amount  may  be  made  available  for  the
    17      services and expenses of the department in relation to these grants,
    18      including  personal  service,  nonpersonal service, fringe benefits,
    19      and indirect costs (60LF2203) (11340) ..............................
    20      5,000,000 ......................................... (re. $5,000,000)
    21    For services and expenses of GrowNYC related to the  Bronx  Food  Hub.
    22      All  or  a  portion of the funds appropriated hereby may be suballo-
    23      cated or transferred to any department, agency or  public  authority
    24      (60GN2203) (11341) ... 4,000,000 .................. (re. $4,000,000)
 
    25  The appropriation made by chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2021, is
    26      hereby amended and reappropriated to read:
    27    For  grants to municipal and incorporated not-for-profit pounds, shel-
    28      ters and humane societies. Use of the grant funds is  restricted  to
    29      the  costs  of  capital  projects  including,  but  not  limited to,
    30      construction, renovation, rehabilitation, installation, acquisition,
    31      or expansion of buildings, equipment, or  facilities  necessary  for
    32      the  secure containment, health, and adequate care of sheltered dogs
    33      and cats. These grants shall be allocated by the commissioner  on  a
    34      competitive  basis until such funds are extinguished as follows: (a)
    35      In municipalities with a population of less than  two  million,  for
    36      such  pounds,  shelters  or humane societies that are operated by or
    37      under contract for the provision of pound or shelter  services  with
    38      one  or  more municipalities: projects serving an individual munici-
    39      pality, grants in amounts not less than $50,000 and  not  more  than
    40      $200,000, not to exceed fifty percent of the total project cost; and
    41      for  projects  serving two or more municipalities, grants in amounts
    42      not less than $100,000 and not more than  $500,000,  not  to  exceed
    43      seventy-five  percent  of  the  total  project  cost; (b) In munici-
    44      palities with a population  of  more  than  two  million,  for  such
    45      pounds,  shelters  or humane societies that are operated by or under
    46      contract for the provision of pound or shelter services with one  or
    47      more  municipalities,  grants  in amounts not less than $100,000 and
    48      not more than $500,000, not to exceed seventy-five  percent  of  the
    49      total  project  cost; and (c) not less than $500,000 for projects in
    50      underserved municipalities or regions, for such pounds, shelters  or
    51      humane societies that are not operated by or under contract with one

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                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1      or  more  municipalities  for  the  provision  of  pound  or shelter
     2      services but that are registered with the department and can  demon-
     3      strate  providing  similar  pound  or  shelter  services,  grants in
     4      amounts  not  less  than $50,000, and not more than $200,000, not to
     5      exceed fifty percent of the total project cost. Up to  five  percent
     6      of  the  total  appropriation  amount  may be made available for the
     7      services and expenses of the department in relation to these grants,
     8      including personal service, nonpersonal  service,  fringe  benefits,
     9      and indirect costs.
    10    For  grants to municipal and incorporated not-for-profit pounds, shel-
    11      ters, humane societies, and  rescue  facilities,  excluding  rescues
    12      operating from a residence, awarded after April 1, 2024.  Use of the
    13      grant  funds  is restricted to the costs of capital projects includ-
    14      ing, but not limited to, construction,  renovation,  rehabilitation,
    15      installation,  acquisition, or expansion of buildings, equipment, or
    16      facilities  necessary  for  the  secure  containment,  health,   and
    17      adequate  care  of  sheltered  dogs  and cats. These grants shall be
    18      allocated by the commissioner on  a  competitive  basis  until  such
    19      funds  are  extinguished  in an amount not less than $20,000 and not
    20      more than $500,000, not  to  exceed  ninety  percent  of  the  total
    21      project  cost.  Not  less  than $500,000 for projects in underserved
    22      municipalities or regions, for such pounds, shelters, humane  socie-
    23      ties, or rescue facilities, excluding rescues operating from a resi-
    24      dence,  that  are not operated by or under contract with one or more
    25      municipalities for the provision of pound or  shelter  services  but
    26      that  are registered with the department and can demonstrate provid-
    27      ing similar pound or shelter services. Up to  five  percent  of  the
    28      total  appropriation  amount  may be made available for the services
    29      and expenses of the department in relation to these grants,  includ-
    30      ing  personal  service,  nonpersonal  service,  fringe benefits, and
    31      indirect costs (60AS2103) (11433) ..................................
    32      5,000,000 ......................................... (re. $4,880,000)
 
    33  The appropriation made by chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2019, as
    34      added by chapter 314, section 1, of the  laws  of  2019,  is  hereby
    35      amended and reappropriated to read:
    36    For  payment  to agricultural or horticultural corporations and county
    37      extension service associations that are eligible to receive  premium
    38      reimbursement pursuant to section 286 of the agriculture and markets
    39      law for: the costs of construction, renovation, alteration, rehabil-
    40      itation, improvements, installation, acquisition, repair or replace-
    41      ment  of  fairground  buildings, equipment or permanent or temporary
    42      facilities used to house or promote agriculture,  excluding  parking
    43      facilities  and  signage;  or  for  the costs of construction, reno-
    44      vation,  alteration,  rehabilitation,  improvements,   installation,
    45      acquisition,  repair  or  replacement  of  water systems, restrooms,
    46      septic systems, and/or storm water management systems on fairgrounds
    47      or in fairground buildings to be allocated by  the  commissioner  in
    48      amounts  not  to  exceed  $200,000 to such eligible agricultural and
    49      horticultural corporations or county extension services on a noncom-
    50      petitive basis until such funds are exhausted (60LF1907) (11414) ...
    51      5,000,000 ......................................... (re. $4,832,000)

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                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1    For grants to municipal and incorporated not-for-profit pounds,  shel-
     2      ters  and  humane societies. Use of the grant funds is restricted to
     3      the costs  of  capital  projects  including,  but  not  limited  to,
     4      construction, renovation, rehabilitation, installation, acquisition,
     5      or  expansion  of  buildings, equipment, or facilities necessary for
     6      the secure containment, health, and adequate care of sheltered  dogs
     7      and  cats.  These grants shall be allocated by the commissioner on a
     8      competitive basis until such funds are extinguished as follows:  (a)
     9      In  municipalities  with  a population of less than two million, for
    10      such pounds, shelters or humane societies that are  operated  by  or
    11      under  contract  for the provision of pound or shelter services with
    12      one or more municipalities: projects serving an  individual  munici-
    13      pality,  grants  in  amounts not less than $50,000 and not more than
    14      $200,000, not to exceed fifty percent of the total project cost; and
    15      for projects serving two or more municipalities, grants  in  amounts
    16      not  less  than  $100,000  and not more than $500,000, not to exceed
    17      seventy-five percent of the  total  project  cost;  (b)  In  munici-
    18      palities  with  a  population  of  more  than  two million, for such
    19      pounds, shelters or humane societies that are operated by  or  under
    20      contract  for the provision of pound or shelter services with one or
    21      more municipalities, grants in amounts not less  than  $100,000  and
    22      not  more  than  $500,000, not to exceed seventy-five percent of the
    23      total project cost; and (c) to the extent such funds have  not  been
    24      extinguished, for projects in underserved municipalities or regions,
    25      for  such pounds, shelters or humane societies that are not operated
    26      by or under  contract  with  one  or  more  municipalities  for  the
    27      provision  of  pound or shelter services, grants in amounts not more
    28      than $50,000, not to exceed fifty percent of the total project cost.
    29      Up to five percent of the total appropriation  amount  may  be  made
    30      available  for  the  services  and  expenses  of  the  department in
    31      relation to these grants, including personal  service,  non-personal
    32      service, fringe benefits, and indirect costs.
    33    For  grants to municipal and incorporated not-for-profit pounds, shel-
    34      ters, humane societies, and  rescue  facilities,  excluding  rescues
    35      operating from a residence, awarded after April 1, 2024.  Use of the
    36      grant  funds  is restricted to the costs of capital projects includ-
    37      ing, but not limited to, construction,  renovation,  rehabilitation,
    38      installation,  acquisition, or expansion of buildings, equipment, or
    39      facilities  necessary  for  the  secure  containment,  health,   and
    40      adequate  care  of  sheltered  dogs  and cats. These grants shall be
    41      allocated by the commissioner on  a  competitive  basis  until  such
    42      funds  are  extinguished  in an amount not less than $20,000 and not
    43      more than $500,000, not  to  exceed  ninety  percent  of  the  total
    44      project  cost.  Not  less  than $500,000 for projects in underserved
    45      municipalities or regions, for such pounds, shelters, humane  socie-
    46      ties, or rescue facilities, excluding rescues operating from a resi-
    47      dence,  that  are not operated by or under contract with one or more
    48      municipalities for the provision of pound or  shelter  services  but
    49      that  are registered with the department and can demonstrate provid-
    50      ing similar pound or shelter services. Up to  five  percent  of  the
    51      total  appropriation  amount  may be made available for the services
    52      and expenses of the department in relation to these grants,  includ-

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                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1      ing  personal  service,  nonpersonal  service,  fringe benefits, and
     2      indirect costs (60AS1907) (11433) ..................................
     3      5,000,000 ......................................... (re. $3,326,000)
 
     4  The appropriation made by chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2018, is
     5      hereby amended and reappropriated to read:
     6    For  payment  to agricultural or horticultural corporations and county
     7      extension service associations that are eligible to receive  premium
     8      reimbursement pursuant to section 286 of the agriculture and markets
     9      law for: the costs of construction, renovation, alteration, rehabil-
    10      itation, improvements, installation, acquisition, repair or replace-
    11      ment  of  fairground  buildings, equipment or permanent or temporary
    12      facilities used to house or promote agriculture,  excluding  parking
    13      facilities  and  signage;  or  for  the costs of construction, reno-
    14      vation,  alteration,  rehabilitation,  improvements,   installation,
    15      acquisition,  repair  or  replacement  of  water systems, restrooms,
    16      septic systems, and/or storm water management systems on fairgrounds
    17      or in fairground buildings to be allocated by  the  commissioner  in
    18      amounts  not  to  exceed  $200,000 to such eligible agricultural and
    19      horticultural corporations or county extension services  on  a  non-
    20      competitive  basis until such funds are exhausted (60LF1807) (11414)
    21      ... 5,000,000 ..................................... (re. $3,405,000)
    22    For grants to municipal and incorporated not-for-profit pounds,  shel-
    23      ters  and  humane societies. Use of the grant funds is restricted to
    24      the costs  of  capital  projects  including,  but  not  limited  to,
    25      construction, renovation, rehabilitation, installation, acquisition,
    26      or  expansion  of  buildings, equipment, or facilities necessary for
    27      the secure containment, health, and adequate care of sheltered  dogs
    28      and  cats.  These grants shall be allocated by the commissioner on a
    29      competitive basis until such funds are extinguished as follows:  (a)
    30      In  municipalities  with  a population of less than two million, for
    31      such pounds, shelters or humane societies that are  operated  by  or
    32      under  contract  for the provision of pound or shelter services with
    33      one or more municipalities: projects serving an  individual  munici-
    34      pality,  grants  in  amounts not less than $50,000 and not more than
    35      $200,000, not to exceed fifty percent of the total project cost; and
    36      for projects serving two or more municipalities, grants  in  amounts
    37      not  less  than  $100,000  and not more than $500,000, not to exceed
    38      seventy-five percent of the  total  project  cost;  (b)  In  munici-
    39      palities  with  a  population  of  more  than  two million, for such
    40      pounds, shelters or humane societies that are operated by  or  under
    41      contract  for the provision of pound or shelter services with one or
    42      more municipalities, grants in amounts not less  than  $100,000  and
    43      not  more  than  $500,000, not to exceed seventy-five percent of the
    44      total project cost; and (c) to the extent such funds have  not  been
    45      extinguished, for projects in underserved municipalities or regions,
    46      for  such pounds, shelters or humane societies that are not operated
    47      by or under  contract  with  one  or  more  municipalities  for  the
    48      provision  of  pound or shelter services, grants in amounts not more
    49      than $50,000, not to exceed fifty percent of the total project cost.
    50      Up to five percent of the total appropriation  amount  may  be  made
    51      available  for  the  services  and  expenses  of  the  department in

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                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25

     1      relation to these grants, including personal  service,  non-personal
     2      service, fringe benefits, and indirect costs.
     3    For  grants to municipal and incorporated not-for-profit pounds, shel-
     4      ters, humane societies, and  rescue  facilities,  excluding  rescues
     5      operating from a residence, awarded after April 1, 2024.  Use of the
     6      grant  funds  is restricted to the costs of capital projects includ-
     7      ing, but not limited to, construction,  renovation,  rehabilitation,
     8      installation,  acquisition, or expansion of buildings, equipment, or
     9      facilities  necessary  for  the  secure  containment,  health,   and
    10      adequate  care  of  sheltered  dogs  and cats. These grants shall be
    11      allocated by the commissioner on  a  competitive  basis  until  such
    12      funds  are  extinguished  in an amount not less than $20,000 and not
    13      more than $500,000, not  to  exceed  ninety  percent  of  the  total
    14      project  cost.  Not  less  than $500,000 for projects in underserved
    15      municipalities or regions, for such pounds, shelters, humane  socie-
    16      ties, or rescue facilities, excluding rescues operating from a resi-
    17      dence,  that  are not operated by or under contract with one or more
    18      municipalities for the provision of pound or  shelter  services  but
    19      that  are registered with the department and can demonstrate provid-
    20      ing similar pound or shelter services. Up to  five  percent  of  the
    21      total  appropriation  amount  may be made available for the services
    22      and expenses of the department in relation to these grants,  includ-
    23      ing  personal  service,  nonpersonal  service,  fringe benefits, and
    24      indirect costs (60AS1807) (11433) ..................................
    25      5,000,000 ......................................... (re. $1,693,000)
 
    26  The appropriation made by chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2017, is
    27      hereby amended and reappropriated to read:
    28    For payment to agricultural or horticultural corporations  and  county
    29      extension  service associations that are eligible to receive premium
    30      reimbursement pursuant to section 286 of the agriculture and markets
    31      law for the costs of construction, renovation, alteration, rehabili-
    32      tation, improvements, installation, acquisition, repair or  replace-
    33      ment  of  fairground  buildings, equipment or permanent or temporary
    34      facilities used to house or promote agriculture,  excluding  parking
    35      facilities  and  signage,  to  be  allocated  by the commissioner in
    36      amounts not to exceed $200,000 to  such  eligible  agricultural  and
    37      horticultural  corporations  or  county extension services on a non-
    38      competitive basis until such funds are exhausted (60LF1707)  (11414)
    39      ... 5,000,000 ..................................... (re. $1,719,000)
    40    For  grants to municipal and incorporated not-for-profit pounds, shel-
    41      ters and humane societies. Use of the grant funds is  restricted  to
    42      the  costs  of  capital  projects  including,  but  not  limited to,
    43      construction, renovation, rehabilitation, installation, acquisition,
    44      or expansion of buildings, equipment, or  facilities  necessary  for
    45      the  secure containment, health, and adequate care of sheltered dogs
    46      and cats. These grants shall be allocated by the commissioner  on  a
    47      competitive  basis until such funds are extinguished as follows: (a)
    48      In municipalities with a population of less than  two  million,  for
    49      such  pounds,  shelters  or humane societies that are operated by or
    50      under contract for the provision of pound or shelter  services  with
    51      one  or  more municipalities: projects serving an individual munici-

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                          DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE AND MARKETS
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1      pality, grants in amounts not less than $50,000 and  not  more  than
     2      $200,000, not to exceed fifty percent of the total project cost; and
     3      for  projects  serving two or more municipalities, grants in amounts
     4      not  less  than  $100,000  and not more than $500,000, not to exceed
     5      seventy-five percent of the  total  project  cost;  (b)  In  munici-
     6      palities  with  a  population  of  more  than  two million, for such
     7      pounds, shelters or humane societies that are operated by  or  under
     8      contract  for the provision of pound or shelter services with one or
     9      more municipalities, grants in amounts not less  than  $100,000  and
    10      not  more  than  $500,000, not to exceed seventy-five percent of the
    11      total project cost; and (c) to the extent such funds have  not  been
    12      extinguished, for projects in underserved municipalities or regions,
    13      for  such pounds, shelters or humane societies that are not operated
    14      by or under  contract  with  one  or  more  municipalities  for  the
    15      provision  of  pound or shelter services, grants in amounts not more
    16      than $50,000, not to exceed fifty percent of the total project cost.
    17      Up to five percent of the total appropriation  amount  may  be  made
    18      available  for  the  services  and  expenses  of  the  Department in
    19      relation to these grants, including personal  service,  non-personal
    20      service, fringe benefits, and indirect costs.
    21    For  grants to municipal and incorporated not-for-profit pounds, shel-
    22      ters, humane societies, and  rescue  facilities,  excluding  rescues
    23      operating from a residence, awarded after April 1, 2024.  Use of the
    24      grant  funds  is restricted to the costs of capital projects includ-
    25      ing, but not limited to, construction,  renovation,  rehabilitation,
    26      installation,  acquisition, or expansion of buildings, equipment, or
    27      facilities  necessary  for  the  secure  containment,  health,   and
    28      adequate  care  of  sheltered  dogs  and cats. These grants shall be
    29      allocated by the commissioner on  a  competitive  basis  until  such
    30      funds  are  extinguished  in an amount not less than $20,000 and not
    31      more than $500,000, not  to  exceed  ninety  percent  of  the  total
    32      project  cost.  Not  less  than $500,000 for projects in underserved
    33      municipalities or regions, for such pounds, shelters, humane  socie-
    34      ties, or rescue facilities, excluding rescues operating from a resi-
    35      dence,  that  are not operated by or under contract with one or more
    36      municipalities for the provision of pound or  shelter  services  but
    37      that  are registered with the department and can demonstrate provid-
    38      ing similar pound or shelter services. Up to  five  percent  of  the
    39      total  appropriation  amount  may be made available for the services
    40      and expenses of the department in relation to these grants,  includ-
    41      ing  personal  service,  nonpersonal  service,  fringe benefits, and
    42      indirect costs (60AS1707) (11433) ..................................
    43      5,000,000 ........................................... (re. $431,000)
 
    44  By chapter 55, section 1, of the laws of 2016:
    45    For payment to agricultural or horticultural corporations  and  county
    46      extension  service associations that are eligible to receive premium
    47      reimbursement pursuant to section 286 of the agriculture and markets
    48      law for the costs of construction, renovation, alteration, rehabili-
    49      tation, improvements, installation, acquisition, repair or  replace-
    50      ment  of  fairground  buildings, equipment or permanent or temporary
    51      facilities used to house or promote agriculture,  excluding  parking

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                          DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE AND MARKETS
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1      facilities  and  signage,  to  be  allocated  by the commissioner in
     2      amounts not to exceed $200,000 to  such  eligible  agricultural  and
     3      horticultural  corporations  or  county extension services on a non-
     4      competitive  basis until such funds are exhausted (60LF1607) (11414)
     5      ... 5,000,000 ....................................... (re. $435,000)

     6  By chapter 55, section 1, of the laws of 2006, as amended by chapter 53,
     7      section 3, of the laws of 2006:
     8    For services and expenses related to the Fredonia Vineyard  Laboratory
     9      (60030607) (11491) ... 2,000,000 ..................... (re. $28,000)
 
    10    Capital Projects Funds - Other
    11    Capital Projects Fund - 30000
    12    Preservation of Facilities Purpose
 
    13  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2022:
    14    For services and expenses of Cornell University College of Agriculture
    15      and  Life  Sciences  climate  adaptive  research  farms  for applied
    16      infrastructure and demonstration projects (60CR2203) (11342) .......
    17      5,000,000 ......................................... (re. $5,000,000)
    18    For the New York State meat processing  expansion  grant  program,  to
    19      provide  grants  of at least $50,000 to be used for the expansion of
    20      existing plants,  creation  of  new  plants,  job  training,  safety
    21      upgrades,  or  other  purposes  deemed necessary to further opportu-
    22      nities for beef, pork and other meat farmers to process  their  meat
    23      within  the  state.  Up  to  five percent of the total appropriation
    24      amount may be made available for the services and  expenses  of  the
    25      department  in relation to these grants, including personal service,
    26      nonpersonal service, fringe benefits, and indirect costs  (60MP2207)
    27      (11343) ... 5,000,000 ............................. (re. $3,750,000)
 
    28  NEW YORK WORKS (CCP)
 
    29    Capital Projects Funds - Other
    30    Capital Projects Fund - 30000
    31    Administrative Services Purpose
 
    32  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2023:
    33    For  the purchase and replacement of vehicles and equipment (60VS23AS)
    34      (11420) ... 600,000 ................................. (re. $600,000)
    35    For services and expenses related to the purchase  or  replacement  of
    36      laboratory equipment (60ES23AS) (11421) ............................
    37      115,000 ............................................. (re. $115,000)
 
    38  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2022:
    39    For  the purchase and replacement of vehicles and equipment (60VS22AS)
    40      (11420) ... 600,000 ................................. (re. $600,000)
    41    For services and expenses related to the purchase  or  replacement  of
    42      laboratory equipment (60ES22AS) (11421) ............................
    43      115,000 ............................................. (re. $115,000)
 
    44  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2021:

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                          DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE AND MARKETS
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1    For  the purchase and replacement of vehicles and equipment (60VS21AS)
     2      (11420) ... 600,000 ................................. (re. $600,000)
     3    For  services  and  expenses related to the purchase or replacement of
     4      laboratory equipment (60ES21AS) (11421) ............................
     5      115,000 ............................................. (re. $115,000)
 
     6  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2020:
     7    For the purchase and replacement of vehicles and equipment  (60VS20AS)
     8      (11420) ... 600,000 ................................. (re. $600,000)
     9    For  services  and  expenses related to the purchase or replacement of
    10      laboratory equipment (60ES20AS) (11421) ............................
    11      115,000 .............................................. (re. $98,000)
 
    12  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2019:
    13    For the purchase and replacement of vehicles and equipment  (60VS19AS)
    14      (11420) ... 600,000 ................................. (re. $577,000)
    15    For  services  and  expenses related to the purchase or replacement of
    16      laboratory equipment (60ES19AS) (11421) ... 115,000 .. (re. $32,000)
 
    17  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2018:
    18    For the purchase and replacement of vehicles and equipment  (60VS18AS)
    19      (11420) ... 600,000 .................................. (re. $23,000)
 
    20    Capital Projects Funds - Other
    21    Capital Projects Fund - 30000
    22    Preservation of Facilities Purpose
 
    23  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2023:
    24    For  services  and  expenses  related to New York Works Infrastructure
    25      projects for alterations,  rehabilitation,  improvements,  and  land
    26      acquisition  at  the  state fair, including personal service and the
    27      payment of liabilities incurred prior to April 1,  2023.  All  or  a
    28      portion  of  the  funds  appropriated  hereby may be suballocated or
    29      transferred to any department, agency or public authority (60NY2303)
    30      (10300) ... 5,000,000 ............................. (re. $4,940,000)
    31    For services and expenses of  state  fair  projects,  such  costs  may
    32      include  but  shall not be limited to personal services, nonpersonal
    33      services, fringe benefits and  indirect  costs,  such  projects  may
    34      include  but  shall  not  be limited to alterations, rehabilitation,
    35      improvements, preventive  maintenance,  replacement,  refurbishment,
    36      and construction including the payment of liabilities incurred prior
    37      to April 1, 2023 (60SF2303) (11422) ................................
    38      9,000,000 ......................................... (re. $9,000,000)
 
    39  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2022:
    40    For  services  and  expenses  related to New York Works Infrastructure
    41      projects for alterations,  rehabilitation,  improvements,  and  land
    42      acquisition  at  the  state fair, including personal service and the
    43      payment of liabilities incurred prior to April 1,  2022.  All  or  a
    44      portion  of  the  funds  appropriated  hereby may be suballocated or
    45      transferred to any department, agency or public authority (60NY2203)
    46      (10300) ... 5,000,000 ............................. (re. $2,333,000)

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                          DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE AND MARKETS

                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1    For services and expenses of  state  fair  projects,  such  costs  may
     2      include  but  shall not be limited to personal services, nonpersonal
     3      services, fringe benefits and  indirect  costs,  such  projects  may
     4      include  but  shall  not  be limited to alterations, rehabilitation,
     5      improvements,  preventive  maintenance,  replacement, refurbishment,
     6      construction and energy conservation of various facilities,  includ-
     7      ing  the  payment  of  liabilities  incurred  prior to April 1, 2022
     8      (60SF2203) (11422) ... 28,000,000 ................ (re. $28,000,000)
 
     9  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2021, as amended by chapter 54,
    10      section 1, of the laws of 2023:
    11    For services and expenses related to  New  York  Works  Infrastructure
    12      projects  for  alterations,  rehabilitation,  improvements, and land
    13      acquisition at the state fair, including personal  service  and  the
    14      payment  of  liabilities  incurred  prior to April 1, 2021. All or a
    15      portion of the funds appropriated  hereby  may  be  suballocated  or
    16      transferred to any department, agency or public authority (60NY2103)
    17      (10300) ... 5,007,000 ............................. (re. $1,225,000)
 
    18  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2020:
    19    For  services  and  expenses  related to New York Works Infrastructure
    20      projects for alterations,  rehabilitation,  improvements,  and  land
    21      acquisition  at  the  state fair, including personal service and the
    22      payment of liabilities incurred prior to April 1,  2020.  All  or  a
    23      portion  of  the  funds  appropriated  hereby may be suballocated or
    24      transferred to any department, agency or public authority (60NY2003)
    25      (10300) ... 15,000,000 ........................... (re. $10,398,000)
 
    26  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2019:
    27    For services and expenses related to  New  York  Works  Infrastructure
    28      projects  for  alterations,  rehabilitation,  improvements, and land
    29      acquisition at the state fair, including personal  service  and  the
    30      payment  of  liabilities  incurred  prior to April 1, 2019. All or a
    31      portion of the funds appropriated  hereby  may  be  suballocated  or
    32      transferred to any department, agency or public authority (60NY1903)
    33      (10300) ... 5,000,000 ............................... (re. $101,000)
 
    34  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2018:
    35    For  services  and  expenses  related to New York Works Infrastructure
    36      projects for alterations, rehabilitation  and  improvements  at  the
    37      state  fair,  including  personal service and the payment of liabil-
    38      ities incurred prior to April 1, 2018. All or a portion of the funds
    39      appropriated hereby  may  be  suballocated  or  transferred  to  any
    40      department, agency or public authority (60NY1803) (10300) ..........
    41      2,500,000 ............................................ (re. $18,000)
 
    42  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2017:
    43    For  services  and  expenses  related to New York Works Infrastructure
    44      projects for alterations, rehabilitation and improvements to modern-
    45      ize the state fair, including personal service and  the  payment  of
    46      liabilities incurred prior to April 1, 2017. All or a portion of the
    47      funds  appropriated hereby may be suballocated or transferred to any

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                          DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE AND MARKETS
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1      department, agency or public authority (60SF1703) (11422) ..........
     2      50,000,000 .......................................... (re. $212,000)
 
     3  STATE FAIR (CCP)
 
     4    Capital Projects Funds - Other
     5    Capital Projects Fund - 30000
     6    Preservation of Facilities Purpose
 
     7  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2023:
     8    For  payment  of  the  costs  including personal services, nonpersonal
     9      services, fringe benefits and indirect costs, of alterations,  reha-
    10      bilitation   and   improvements  including  preventive  maintenance,
    11      replacement, refurbishment and energy conservation of various facil-
    12      ities, including the payment of liabilities incurred prior to  April
    13      1, 2023 (60MN2303) (11493) ... 1,700,000 .......... (re. $1,244,000)
 
    14    Capital Projects Funds - Other
    15    Miscellaneous Capital Projects Fund
    16    State Fair Capital Improvement Account - 32208
    17    Preservation of Facilities Purpose
 
    18  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2023:
    19    For  payment  of  the  costs  including personal services, nonpersonal
    20      services, fringe benefits and indirect costs, of alterations,  reha-
    21      bilitation   and   improvements  including  preventive  maintenance,
    22      replacement, refurbishment and energy conservation of various facil-
    23      ities, including the payment of liabilities incurred prior to  April
    24      1, 2023 (60RI2303) (11493) ... 2,000,000 .......... (re. $2,000,000)
 
    25  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2022:
    26    For  payment  of  the  costs  including personal services, nonpersonal
    27      services, fringe benefits and indirect costs, of alterations,  reha-
    28      bilitation   and   improvements  including  preventive  maintenance,
    29      replacement, refurbishment and energy conservation of various facil-
    30      ities, including the payment of liabilities incurred prior to  April
    31      1, 2022 (60RI2203) (11493) ... 2,000,000 .......... (re. $1,421,000)
 
    32  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2021:
    33    For  payment  of  the  costs  including personal services, nonpersonal
    34      services, fringe benefits and indirect costs, of alterations,  reha-
    35      bilitation   and   improvements  including  preventive  maintenance,
    36      replacement, refurbishment and energy conservation of various facil-
    37      ities, including the payment of liabilities incurred prior to  April
    38      1, 2021 (60RI2103) (11493) ... 2,000,000 .......... (re. $2,000,000)

    39  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2020:
    40    For  payment  of  the  costs  including personal services, nonpersonal
    41      services, fringe benefits and indirect costs, of alterations,  reha-
    42      bilitation   and   improvements  including  preventive  maintenance,
    43      replacement, refurbishment and energy conservation of various facil-

                                           22                         12654-10-4
 
                          DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE AND MARKETS
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1      ities, including the payment of liabilities incurred prior to  April
     2      1, 2020 (60RI2003) (11493) ... 2,000,000 .......... (re. $2,000,000)
 
     3  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2019:
     4    For  payment  of  the  costs  including personal services, nonpersonal
     5      services, fringe benefits and indirect costs, of alterations,  reha-
     6      bilitation   and   improvements  including  preventive  maintenance,
     7      replacement, refurbishment and energy conservation of various facil-
     8      ities, including the payment of liabilities incurred prior to  April
     9      1, 2019 (60RI1903) (11493) ... 2,000,000 .......... (re. $2,000,000)

                                           23                         12654-10-4
 
                                   COUNCIL ON THE ARTS
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1  For  the comprehensive construction programs, purposes and
     2    projects as herein  specified  in  accordance  with  the
     3    following:
 
     4                                          APPROPRIATIONS  REAPPROPRIATIONS
 
     5    Capital Projects Funds - Other .....               0        10,000,000
     6                                        ----------------  ----------------
     7      All Funds ........................               0        10,000,000
     8                                        ================  ================
 
     9  REGIONAL ARTS AND CULTURAL COUNCILS PROGRAM
 
    10    Capital Projects Fund - Other
    11    Capital Projects Fund - 30000
    12    Program Improvement/Change Purpose
 
    13  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2022:
    14    For  construction  and  rehabilitation  projects for Regional Arts and
    15      Cultural Councils outside of New York City (61RA2208) (12125) ......
    16      10,000,000 ....................................... (re. $10,000,000)

                                           24                         12654-10-4
 
                             DEPARTMENT OF AUDIT AND CONTROL
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25

     1  For  the comprehensive construction programs, purposes and
     2    projects as herein  specified  in  accordance  with  the
     3    following:
 
     4                                          APPROPRIATIONS  REAPPROPRIATIONS
 
     5    Capital Projects Funds - Other .....               0        35,683,000
     6                                        ----------------  ----------------
     7      All Funds ........................               0        35,683,000
     8                                        ================  ================
 
     9  IT INITIATIVE PROGRAM (CCP)
 
    10    Capital Projects Funds - Other
    11    Capital Projects Fund - 30000
    12    Program Improvement/Change Purpose
 
    13  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2023:
    14    For  services  and expenses related to the acquisition and development
    15      of technology, including but not limited to equipment, software  and
    16      services (OS012308) (51919) ... 2,836,000 ......... (re. $2,836,000)
 
    17  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2022:
    18    For  services  and expenses related to the acquisition and development
    19      of technology, including but not limited to equipment, software  and
    20      services (OS012208) (51919) ... 30,112,000 ....... (re. $24,717,000)
 
    21  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2020:
    22    For  services  and expenses related to the acquisition and development
    23      of technology, including but not limited to equipment, software  and
    24      services (OS012008) (51919) ... 10,100,000 ........ (re. $8,130,000)

                                           25                         12654-10-4
 
                               CITY UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK
                 (APPROPRIATED TO THE CITY UNIVERSITY CONSTRUCTION FUND)
                                     SENIOR COLLEGES

                               CAPITAL PROJECTS   2024-25
 
     1  For  the comprehensive construction programs, purposes and
     2    projects as herein  specified  in  accordance  with  the
     3    following:
 
     4                                          APPROPRIATIONS  REAPPROPRIATIONS
 
     5    Capital Projects Funds - Other......     481,164,000     4,214,172,000
     6                                        ----------------  ----------------
     7      All Funds ........................     481,164,000     4,214,172,000
     8                                        ================  ================
 
     9  GENERAL MAINTENANCE AND IMPROVEMENTS (CCP) ................. 284,222,000
    10                                                            --------------
    11    Capital Projects Funds - Other
    12    Capital Projects Fund - 30000
    13    Preservation of Facilities Purpose
 
    14  For  services and expenses related to alter-
    15    ations and improvements to existing facil-
    16    ities for capital  maintenance,  including
    17    but   not   limited   to  capital  design,
    18    construction,  reconstruction,   rehabili-
    19    tation,   and   equipment;   for   in-kind
    20    replacement of  buildings  and  facilities
    21    upon  demonstration,  through multi-factor
    22    benefit-cost analysis of capital costs and
    23    life-cycle   operating   costs   comparing
    24    existing facility, renovated facility, and
    25    new construction, that replacement is more
    26    cost-effective  and  energy-efficient than
    27    full renovation and does not exceed exist-
    28    ing  square  footage  except  incidentally
    29    where  necessary to provide accessibility,
    30    mechanical efficiency, or required  acces-
    31    sory  and  minor  support  structures; for
    32    health and safety, preservation of facili-
    33    ties,  program  improvement   or   program
    34    change,  environmental  protection, energy
    35    conservation,  accreditation,   facilities
    36    for  the physically disabled, preventative
    37    maintenance and related projects,  includ-
    38    ing  costs incurred prior to April 1, 2024
    39    and  subject  to  a  plan  developed   and
    40    submitted  annually by the city university
    41    of New York and approved by  the  director
    42    of  the budget, and which may include, but
    43    not be limited to, projects in the follow-
    44    ing schedule.  Notwithstanding  any  other
    45    law  to  the contrary, all or a portion of

                                           26                         12654-10-4
 
                               CITY UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK
                 (APPROPRIATED TO THE CITY UNIVERSITY CONSTRUCTION FUND)
                                     SENIOR COLLEGES

                               CAPITAL PROJECTS   2024-25
 
     1    the amounts  hereby  appropriated  may  be
     2    suballocated  or transferred to the dormi-
     3    tory  authority  of  the state of New York
     4    for such purpose (30032403) (15420) ........ 284,222,000
 
     5                       Project Schedule
     6  PROJECT                                             AMOUNT
     7  ----------------------------------------------------------
     8                                      (thousands of dollars)
     9  Baruch College
    10    Campus-wide maintenance to
    11      various facilities ............................. 3,379
    12  Brooklyn College
    13    Campus-wide maintenance to
    14      various facilities ............................. 7,638
    15  City College
    16    Campus-wide maintenance to
    17      various facilities ............................. 6,715
    18  Graduate School and University Center
    19    Campus-wide maintenance to
    20      various facilities ............................... 890
    21  Honors college
    22    Campus-wide maintenance to
    23      various facilities ................................ 89
    24  Hunter College
    25    Campus-wide maintenance to
    26      various facilities ............................. 6,331
    27  John Jay College of Criminal Justice
    28    Campus-wide maintenance to
    29      various facilities ............................. 1,359
    30  Lehman College
    31    Campus-wide maintenance to
    32      various facilities ............................. 3,796
    33  Medgar Evers College
    34    Campus-wide maintenance to
    35      various facilities ............................. 1,453
    36  New York City College of Technology
    37    Campus-wide maintenance to
    38      various facilities ............................. 1,874
    39  Queens College
    40    Campus-wide maintenance to
    41      various facilities ............................. 6,125
    42  College of Staten Island
    43    Campus-wide maintenance to
    44      various facilities ............................. 5,117
    45  York College
    46    Campus-wide maintenance to
    47      various facilities ............................. 2,099
    48  For university-wide maintenance or
    49    capital improvement costs at senior

                                           27                         12654-10-4
 
                               CITY UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK
                 (APPROPRIATED TO THE CITY UNIVERSITY CONSTRUCTION FUND)
                                     SENIOR COLLEGES
 
                               CAPITAL PROJECTS   2024-25
 
     1    colleges attributable to the findings of
     2    condition surveys for health and safety
     3    needs ............................................ 9,220
     4  For university-wide maintenance or
     5    capital improvement costs at senior
     6    colleges attributable to the findings of
     7    condition surveys for preservation of
     8    facilities needs ................................ 12,396
     9  For university-wide maintenance or
    10    capital improvement costs at senior
    11    colleges attributable to ADA needs ............... 6,147
    12  For university-wide maintenance or
    13    capital improvement costs at senior
    14    colleges attributable to mechanical and
    15    infrastructure needs ............................. 7,171
    16  For university-wide maintenance or
    17    capital improvement costs at senior
    18    colleges attributable to science and
    19    technology equipment needs ....................... 5,020
    20  For university-wide maintenance or
    21    capital improvement costs at senior
    22    colleges attributable to certificate of
    23    occupancy/public assembly needs .................. 2,049
    24  For university-wide maintenance or
    25    capital improvement costs at senior
    26    colleges attributable to energy
    27    conservation needs ............................... 4,098
    28  For university-wide maintenance or
    29    capital improvement costs at senior
    30    colleges attributable to science lab
    31    upgrade needs .................................... 2,049
    32  For university-wide maintenance or
    33    capital improvement costs at senior
    34    colleges attributable to educational
    35    technology initiative needs ...................... 6,659
    36  For university-wide maintenance or
    37    capital improvement costs at senior
    38    colleges attributable to bathroom
    39    facilities upgrade needs ......................... 1,026
    40  For university-wide maintenance or
    41    capital improvement costs at senior
    42    colleges attributable to CUNY TV
    43    renovation needs ................................... 300
    44  For university-wide priority capital
    45    maintenance or capital improvement
    46    projects to support the preservation
    47    of facilities .................................. 181,222
    48                                              --------------
    49      Total .......................................  284,222
    50                                              ==============

                                           28                         12654-10-4
 
                               CITY UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK
                 (APPROPRIATED TO THE CITY UNIVERSITY CONSTRUCTION FUND)
                                     SENIOR COLLEGES
 
                               CAPITAL PROJECTS   2024-25
 
     1  PROGRAM CHANGES - EXPANSION AND IMPROVEMENTS (CCP) ......... 140,000,000
     2                                                            --------------
 
     3    Capital Projects Funds - Other
     4    Capital Projects Fund - 30000
     5    Program Improvement or Program Change Purpose
 
     6  For  services and expenses related to alter-
     7    ations and improvements to various facili-
     8    ties including but not limited to  capital
     9    design,    construction,   reconstruction,
    10    rehabilitation, and equipment; for  health
    11    and  safety,  preservation  of facilities,
    12    program  improvement  or  program  change,
    13    environmental protection, energy conserva-
    14    tion,  accreditation,  facilities  for the
    15    physically disabled, preventative  mainte-
    16    nance  and  related  projects, acquisition
    17    and implementation of equipment, software,
    18    hardware and services in consultation with
    19    the  office  of   information   technology
    20    services,  including  costs incurred prior
    21    to April 1, 2024 and  subject  to  a  plan
    22    developed  and  submitted  annually by the
    23    city university of New York  and  approved
    24    by  the  director  of  the  budget.  Funds
    25    appropriated herein may be suballocated to
    26    the city university of New York  following
    27    approval  by  the  chancellor  of the city
    28    university of New York and the director of
    29    the budget (30A12408) (40811) .............. 100,000,000
    30  For additional services and expenses related
    31    to alterations and improvements to various
    32    facilities including but  not  limited  to
    33    capital   design,   construction,   recon-
    34    struction, rehabilitation, and  equipment;
    35    for  health  and  safety,  preservation of
    36    facilities, program improvement or program
    37    change, environmental  protection,  energy
    38    conservation,   accreditation,  facilities
    39    for the physically disabled,  preventative
    40    maintenance and related projects, acquisi-
    41    tion   and  implementation  of  equipment,
    42    software, hardware and services in consul-
    43    tation  with  the  office  of  information
    44    technology   services,   including   costs
    45    incurred  prior  to  April  1,  2024   and
    46    subject  to a plan developed and submitted
    47    annually by the  city  university  of  New
    48    York  and  approved by the director of the

                                           29                         12654-10-4
 
                               CITY UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK
                 (APPROPRIATED TO THE CITY UNIVERSITY CONSTRUCTION FUND)
                                     SENIOR COLLEGES
 
                               CAPITAL PROJECTS   2024-25

     1    budget. Funds appropriated herein  may  be
     2    suballocated to the city university of New
     3    York  following approval by the chancellor
     4    of the city university of New York and the
     5    director of the budget (30A42408)(40812) .... 40,000,000
 
     6  PROJECT ADMINISTRATION (CCP) ................................ 41,292,000
     7                                                            --------------
     8    Capital Projects Funds - Other
     9    Capital Projects Fund - 30000
    10    Administration Purpose
 
    11  For  payment  to  the dormitory authority of
    12    the state of New York,  for  services  and
    13    expenses   of  the  authority  related  to
    14    construction  activities  administered  by
    15    the authority for the state share of capi-
    16    tal projects of the city university of New
    17    York  which  are appropriated by the state
    18    and otherwise authorized by law (30DA2450)
    19    (15528) ..................................... 23,447,000
    20  For   payment   to   the   city   university
    21    construction   fund,   for   services  and
    22    expenses   of    the    city    university
    23    construction  fund related to construction
    24    activities  administered   by   the   city
    25    university construction fund for the state
    26    share  of  capital  projects  of  the city
    27    university of New York which are appropri-
    28    ated by the state and otherwise authorized
    29    by law (30CF2450) (40800) ................... 17,845,000

                                           30                         12654-10-4
 
                               CITY UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK
                 (APPROPRIATED TO THE CITY UNIVERSITY CONSTRUCTION FUND)
                                   COMMUNITY COLLEGES
 
                               CAPITAL PROJECTS   2024-25

     1  For the comprehensive construction programs,
     2    purposes  and projects as herein specified
     3    in accordance with the following:
 
     4  GENERAL MAINTENANCE AND IMPROVEMENTS (CCP) .................. 15,650,000
     5                                                            --------------
 
     6    Capital Projects Funds - Other
     7    Capital Projects Fund - 30000
     8    Preservation of Facilities Purpose
 
     9  For services  and  expenses  for  the  state
    10    share of financial assistance to community
    11    colleges  for alterations and improvements
    12    to various facilities, including  services
    13    and      expenses,     capital     design,
    14    construction,  reconstruction,   rehabili-
    15    tation and equipment; for health and safe-
    16    ty, preservation of facilities, new facil-
    17    ities,   program  improvement  or  program
    18    change, environmental  protection,  energy
    19    conservation,   accreditation,  facilities
    20    for the physically disabled,  and  related
    21    projects,  including  costs incurred prior
    22    to April 1, 2024 subject to an annual plan
    23    developed  by  the  city  university   and
    24    approved  by  the  state  director  of the
    25    budget. Notwithstanding any other  law  to
    26    the  contrary,  all  or  a  portion of the
    27    amounts hereby appropriated may be  subal-
    28    located  or  transferred  to the dormitory
    29    authority of the state  of  New  York  for
    30    such purpose (30CC2403) (81067) ............. 15,650,000

                                           31                         12654-10-4
 
                               CITY UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK
                 (APPROPRIATED TO THE CITY UNIVERSITY CONSTRUCTION FUND)
                                     SENIOR COLLEGES

                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1  GENERAL MAINTENANCE AND IMPROVEMENTS (CCP)
 
     2    Capital Projects Funds - Other
     3    Capital Projects Fund - 30000
     4    Administration Purpose
 
     5  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2017, as amended by chapter 54,
     6      section 1, of the laws of 2018:
     7    For  services  and expenses related to alterations and improvements to
     8      existing facilities  for  capital  maintenance,  including  but  not
     9      limited  to  capital design, construction, reconstruction, rehabili-
    10      tation, and equipment; for health and safety, preservation of facil-
    11      ities,  program  improvement  or   program   change,   environmental
    12      protection,  energy  conservation, accreditation, facilities for the
    13      physically disabled, preventative maintenance and related  projects,
    14      including  costs  incurred  prior  to April 1, 2017 and subject to a
    15      plan developed and submitted annually by the city university of  New
    16      York  and  approved  by  the  director  of the budget, and which may
    17      include, but not be limited to, projects in the following  schedule.
    18      Notwithstanding  any  other law to the contrary, all or a portion of
    19      the amounts hereby appropriated may be suballocated  or  transferred
    20      to the dormitory authority of the state of New York for such purpose
    21      (30031750) (15420) ... 224,222,000 ............... (re. $85,057,000)
 
    22                       Project Schedule
    23  PROJECT                                             AMOUNT
    24  ----------------------------------------------------------
    25                                      (thousands of dollars)
    26  Baruch College
    27    Campus-wide maintenance to
    28      various facilities ............................. 2,511
    29  Brooklyn College
    30    Campus-wide maintenance to
    31      various facilities ............................. 5,433
    32  City College
    33    Campus-wide maintenance to
    34      various facilities ............................. 8,136
    35  Graduate School and University Center
    36    Campus-wide maintenance to
    37      various facilities ................................ 25
    38  Honors college
    39    Campus-wide maintenance to
    40      various facilities ................................ 25
    41  Hunter College
    42    Campus-wide maintenance to
    43      various facilities ............................. 5,799
    44  John Jay College of Criminal Justice
    45    Campus-wide maintenance to
    46      various facilities ............................. 3,193
    47  Lehman College

                                           32                         12654-10-4
 
                               CITY UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK
                 (APPROPRIATED TO THE CITY UNIVERSITY CONSTRUCTION FUND)
                                     SENIOR COLLEGES
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1    Campus-wide maintenance to
     2      various facilities ............................. 2,438
     3  Medgar Evers College
     4    Campus-wide maintenance to
     5      various facilities ............................. 3,096
     6  New York City College of Technology
     7    Campus-wide maintenance to
     8      various facilities ............................. 3,485
     9  Queens College
    10    Campus-wide maintenance to
    11      various facilities ............................. 5,433
    12  College of Staten Island
    13    Campus-wide maintenance to
    14      various facilities ............................. 2,877
    15  York College
    16    Campus-wide maintenance to
    17      various facilities ............................. 3,899
    18  For university-wide maintenance or
    19    capital improvement costs at senior
    20    colleges attributable to the findings of
    21    condition surveys for health and safety
    22    needs ............................................ 9,270
    23  For university-wide maintenance or
    24    capital improvement costs at senior
    25    colleges attributable to the findings of
    26    condition surveys for preservation of
    27    facilities needs ................................ 12,463
    28  For university-wide maintenance or
    29    capital improvement costs at senior
    30    colleges attributable to mechanical and
    31    infrastructure needs ............................. 7,210
    32  For university-wide maintenance or
    33    capital improvement costs at senior
    34    colleges attributable to ADA needs ............... 6,180
    35  For university-wide maintenance or
    36    capital improvement costs at senior
    37    colleges attributable to certificate of
    38    occupancy/public assembly needs .................. 2,060
    39  For university-wide maintenance or
    40    capital improvement costs at senior
    41    colleges attributable to energy
    42    conservation needs ............................... 4,120
    43  For university-wide maintenance or
    44    capital improvement costs at senior
    45    colleges attributable to science lab
    46    upgrade needs .................................... 2,060
    47  For university-wide maintenance or
    48    capital improvement costs at senior
    49    colleges attributable to bathroom

                                           33                         12654-10-4
 
                               CITY UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK
                 (APPROPRIATED TO THE CITY UNIVERSITY CONSTRUCTION FUND)
                                     SENIOR COLLEGES
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1    facilities upgrade needs ......................... 1,030
     2  For university-wide maintenance or
     3    capital improvement costs at senior
     4    colleges attributable to educational
     5    technology initiative needs ...................... 6,695
     6  For university-wide maintenance or
     7    capital improvement costs at senior
     8    colleges attributable to science and
     9    technology equipment needs ....................... 5,047
    10  For university-wide maintenance or
    11    capital improvement costs at senior
    12    colleges attributable to CUNY TV
    13    renovation needs ................................... 515
    14  For university-wide priority capital
    15    maintenance or capital improvement
    16    projects to support the preservation
    17    of facilities .................................. 121,222
    18                                              --------------
    19      Total ........................................ 224,222
    20                                              ==============
 
    21    For  services  and expenses related to alterations and improvements to
    22      various facilities including but  not  limited  to  capital  design,
    23      construction,  reconstruction,  rehabilitation,  and  equipment; for
    24      health and safety, preservation of facilities,  program  improvement
    25      or  program  change,  environmental protection, energy conservation,
    26      accreditation, facilities for the physically disabled,  preventative
    27      maintenance  and related projects, including costs incurred prior to
    28      April 1, 2017 and subject to a plan developed and submitted annually
    29      by the city university of New York and approved by the  director  of
    30      the  budget,  and which may include, but not be limited to, projects
    31      in the following schedule. Notwithstanding  any  other  law  to  the
    32      contrary, all or a portion of the amounts hereby appropriated may be
    33      suballocated  or transferred to the dormitory authority of the state
    34      of New York for such purpose (30051750) (40804) ....................
    35      60,000,000 ....................................... (re. $29,217,000)
 
    36                       Project Schedule
    37  PROJECT                                             AMOUNT
    38  ----------------------------------------------------------
    39                                      (thousands of dollars)
    40  Baruch College
    41    Campus-wide projects ............................. 1,260
    42  Brooklyn College
    43    Campus-wide projects ............................. 8,460
    44  City College
    45    Campus-wide projects ............................ 15,120
    46  Graduate School and University Center
    47    Campus-wide projects ................................ 60
    48  Honors college

                                           34                         12654-10-4
 
                               CITY UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK
                 (APPROPRIATED TO THE CITY UNIVERSITY CONSTRUCTION FUND)
                                     SENIOR COLLEGES
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1    Campus-wide projects ................................ 60
     2  Hunter College
     3    Campus-wide projects ............................. 9,360
     4  John Jay College of Criminal Justice
     5    Campus-wide projects ............................. 2,940
     6  Lehman College
     7    Campus-wide projects ............................. 1,080
     8  Medgar Evers College
     9    Campus-wide projects ............................. 2,700
    10  New York City College of Technology
    11    Campus-wide projects ............................. 3,660
    12  Queens College
    13    Campus-wide projects ............................. 8,460
    14  College of Staten Island
    15    Campus-wide projects ............................. 2,160
    16  York College
    17    Campus-wide projects ............................. 4,680
    18                                              --------------
    19      Total ......................................... 60,000
    20                                              ==============
 
    21  By chapter 55, section 1, of the laws of 2016, as amended by chapter 54,
    22      section 1, of the laws of 2018:
    23    For  services  and expenses related to alterations and improvements to
    24      existing facilities  for  capital  maintenance,  including  but  not
    25      limited  to  capital design, construction, reconstruction, rehabili-
    26      tation, and equipment; for health and safety, preservation of facil-
    27      ities,  program  improvement  or   program   change,   environmental
    28      protection,  energy  conservation, accreditation, facilities for the
    29      physically disabled, preventative maintenance and related  projects,
    30      including  costs  incurred  prior  to April 1, 2016 and subject to a
    31      plan developed and submitted annually by the city university of  New
    32      York  and  approved  by  the  director  of the budget, and which may
    33      include, but not be limited to, projects in the following  schedule.
    34      Notwithstanding  any  other law to the contrary, all or a portion of
    35      the amounts hereby appropriated may be suballocated  or  transferred
    36      to the dormitory authority of the state of New York for such purpose
    37      (30031650) (15420) ... 103,000,000 ................ (re. $6,031,000)
 
    38                       Project Schedule
    39  PROJECT                                             AMOUNT
    40  ----------------------------------------------------------
    41                                      (thousands of dollars)
    42  Baruch College
    43    Campus-wide maintenance to
    44      various facilities ............................. 2,511
    45  Brooklyn College
    46    Campus-wide maintenance to
    47      various facilities ............................. 5,433
    48  City College

                                           35                         12654-10-4
 
                               CITY UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK
                 (APPROPRIATED TO THE CITY UNIVERSITY CONSTRUCTION FUND)
                                     SENIOR COLLEGES
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25

     1    Campus-wide maintenance to
     2      various facilities ............................. 8,136
     3  Graduate School and University Center
     4    Campus-wide maintenance to
     5      various facilities ................................ 25
     6  Honors college
     7    Campus-wide maintenance to
     8      various facilities ................................ 25
     9  Hunter College
    10    Campus-wide maintenance to
    11      various facilities ............................. 5,799
    12  John Jay College of Criminal Justice
    13    Campus-wide maintenance to
    14      various facilities ............................. 3,193
    15  Lehman College
    16    Campus-wide maintenance to
    17      various facilities ............................. 2,438
    18  Medgar Evers College
    19    Campus-wide maintenance to
    20      various facilities ............................. 3,096
    21  New York City College of Technology
    22    Campus-wide maintenance to
    23      various facilities ............................. 3,485
    24  Queens College
    25    Campus-wide maintenance to
    26      various facilities ............................. 5,433
    27  College of Staten Island
    28    Campus-wide maintenance to
    29      various facilities ............................. 2,877
    30  York College
    31    Campus-wide maintenance to
    32      various facilities ............................. 3,899
    33  For university-wide maintenance or
    34    capital improvement costs at senior
    35    colleges attributable to the findings of
    36    condition surveys for health and safety
    37    needs ............................................ 9,270
    38  For university-wide maintenance or
    39    capital improvement costs at senior
    40    colleges attributable to the findings of
    41    condition surveys for preservation of
    42    facilities needs ................................ 12,463
    43  For university-wide maintenance or
    44    capital improvement costs at senior
    45    colleges attributable to mechanical and
    46    infrastructure needs ............................. 7,210
    47  For university-wide maintenance or
    48    capital improvement costs at senior
    49    colleges attributable to ADA needs ............... 6,180
    50  For university-wide maintenance or

                                           36                         12654-10-4
 
                               CITY UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK
                 (APPROPRIATED TO THE CITY UNIVERSITY CONSTRUCTION FUND)
                                     SENIOR COLLEGES
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1    capital improvement costs at senior
     2    colleges attributable to certificate of
     3    occupancy/public assembly needs .................. 2,060
     4  For university-wide maintenance or
     5    capital improvement costs at senior
     6    colleges attributable to energy
     7    conservation needs ............................... 4,120
     8  For university-wide maintenance or
     9    capital improvement costs at senior
    10    colleges attributable to science lab
    11    upgrade needs .................................... 2,060
    12  For university-wide maintenance or
    13    capital improvement costs at senior
    14    colleges attributable to bathroom
    15    facilities upgrade needs ......................... 1,030
    16  For university-wide maintenance or
    17    capital improvement costs at senior
    18    colleges attributable to educational
    19    technology initiative needs ...................... 6,695
    20  For university-wide maintenance or
    21    capital improvement costs at senior
    22    colleges attributable to science and
    23    technology equipment needs ....................... 5,047
    24  For university-wide maintenance or
    25    capital improvement costs at senior
    26    colleges attributable to CUNY TV
    27    renovation needs ................................... 515
    28                                              --------------
    29      Total ........................................ 103,000
    30                                              ==============
 
    31    For  additional  services  and  expenses  related  to  alterations and
    32      improvements to existing facilities for capital maintenance, includ-
    33      ing but not limited to capital design, construction, reconstruction,
    34      rehabilitation, and equipment; for health and  safety,  preservation
    35      of  facilities, program improvement or program change, environmental
    36      protection, energy conservation, accreditation, facilities  for  the
    37      physically  disabled, preventative maintenance and related projects,
    38      including costs incurred prior to April 1, 2016  and  subject  to  a
    39      plan  developed and submitted annually by the city university of New
    40      York and approved by the director  of  the  budget,  and  which  may
    41      include,  but not be limited to, projects in the following schedule.
    42      Notwithstanding any other law to the contrary, all or a  portion  of
    43      the  amounts  hereby appropriated may be suballocated or transferred
    44      to the dormitory authority of the state of New York for such purpose
    45      (30041650) (40802) ... 40,000,000 ................ (re. $40,000,000)
 
    46                       Project Schedule
    47  PROJECT                                             AMOUNT
    48  ----------------------------------------------------------

                                           37                         12654-10-4

                               CITY UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK
                 (APPROPRIATED TO THE CITY UNIVERSITY CONSTRUCTION FUND)
                                     SENIOR COLLEGES
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1                                      (thousands of dollars)
     2  Baruch College
     3    Campus-wide maintenance to
     4      various facilities ............................... 378
     5  Brooklyn College
     6    Campus-wide maintenance to
     7      various facilities ............................. 2,538
     8  City College
     9    Campus-wide maintenance to
    10      various facilities ............................. 4,536
    11  Graduate School and University Center
    12    Campus-wide maintenance to
    13      various facilities ................................ 18
    14  Honors college
    15    Campus-wide maintenance to
    16      various facilities ................................ 18
    17  Hunter College
    18    Campus-wide maintenance to
    19      various facilities ............................. 2,808
    20  John Jay College of Criminal Justice
    21    Campus-wide maintenance to
    22      various facilities ............................... 882
    23  Lehman College
    24    Campus-wide maintenance to
    25      various facilities ............................... 324
    26  Medgar Evers College
    27    Campus-wide maintenance to
    28      various facilities ............................... 810
    29  New York City College of Technology
    30    Campus-wide maintenance to
    31      various facilities ............................. 1,098
    32  Queens College
    33    Campus-wide maintenance to
    34      various facilities ............................. 2,538
    35  College of Staten Island
    36    Campus-wide maintenance to
    37      various facilities ............................... 648
    38  York College
    39    Campus-wide maintenance to
    40      various facilities ............................. 1,404
    41  For university-wide maintenance or
    42    capital improvement costs at senior
    43    colleges attributable to the findings of
    44    condition surveys for health and safety
    45    needs ............................................ 3,600
    46  For university-wide maintenance or
    47    capital improvement costs at senior
    48    colleges attributable to the findings of
    49    condition surveys for preservation of

                                           38                         12654-10-4
 
                               CITY UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK
                 (APPROPRIATED TO THE CITY UNIVERSITY CONSTRUCTION FUND)
                                     SENIOR COLLEGES
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1    facilities needs ................................. 4,840
     2  For university-wide maintenance or
     3    capital improvement costs at senior
     4    colleges attributable to mechanical and
     5    infrastructure needs ............................. 2,800
     6  For university-wide maintenance or
     7    capital improvement costs at senior
     8    colleges attributable to ADA needs ............... 2,400
     9  For university-wide maintenance or
    10    capital improvement costs at senior
    11    colleges attributable to certificate of
    12    occupancy/public assembly needs .................... 800
    13  For university-wide maintenance or
    14    capital improvement costs at senior
    15    colleges attributable to energy
    16    conservation needs ............................... 1,600
    17  For university-wide maintenance or
    18    capital improvement costs at senior
    19    colleges attributable to science lab
    20    upgrade needs ...................................... 800
    21  For university-wide maintenance or
    22    capital improvement costs at senior
    23    colleges attributable to bathroom
    24    facilities upgrade needs ........................... 400
    25  For university-wide maintenance or
    26    capital improvement costs at senior
    27    colleges attributable to educational
    28    technology initiative needs ...................... 2,600
    29  For university-wide maintenance or
    30    capital improvement costs at senior
    31    colleges attributable to science and
    32    technology equipment needs ....................... 1,960
    33  For university-wide maintenance or
    34    capital improvement costs at senior
    35    colleges attributable to CUNY TV
    36    renovation needs ................................... 200
    37                                              --------------
    38      Total ......................................... 40,000
    39                                              ==============
 
    40  By chapter 55, section 1, of the laws of 2016, as amended by chapter 54,
    41      section 1, of the laws of 2018:
    42    For  additional  services  and  expenses  related  to  alterations and
    43      improvements to various facilities for capital  projects,  including
    44      but not limited to capital design, construction, acquisition, recon-
    45      struction,  rehabilitation,  and  equipment;  for health and safety,
    46      preservation of facilities, program improvement or  program  change,
    47      environmental protection, energy conservation, accreditation, facil-
    48      ities  for  the  physically  disabled,  preventative maintenance and
    49      related projects, including costs incurred prior to  April  1,  2016

                                           39                         12654-10-4

                               CITY UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK
                 (APPROPRIATED TO THE CITY UNIVERSITY CONSTRUCTION FUND)
                                     SENIOR COLLEGES
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1      and subject to a plan developed and submitted by the city university
     2      of  New  York  board of trustees and approved by the director of the
     3      budget. Notwithstanding any other law to  the  contrary,  all  or  a
     4      portion  of  the  amounts hereby appropriated may be suballocated or
     5      transferred to the dormitory authority of the state of New York  for
     6      such purpose (30051650) (40803) ... 20,000,000 .... (re. $7,297,000)
 
     7  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2015, as amended by chapter 54,
     8      section 1, of the laws of 2018:
     9    For  services  and expenses related to alterations and improvements to
    10      existing facilities  for  capital  maintenance,  including  but  not
    11      limited  to  capital design, construction, reconstruction, rehabili-
    12      tation, and equipment; for health and safety, preservation of facil-
    13      ities,  program  improvement  or   program   change,   environmental
    14      protection,  energy  conservation, accreditation, facilities for the
    15      physically disabled, preventative maintenance and related  projects,
    16      including  costs  incurred  prior  to April 1, 2015 and subject to a
    17      plan developed and submitted annually by the city university of  New
    18      York  and  approved  by  the  director  of the budget, and which may
    19      include, but not be limited to, projects in the following  schedule.
    20      Notwithstanding  any  other law to the contrary, all or a portion of
    21      the amounts hereby appropriated may be suballocated  or  transferred
    22      to the dormitory authority of the state of New York for such purpose
    23      (30031550) (15420) ... 103,000,000 ............... (re. $25,395,000)
 
    24                       Project Schedule
    25  PROJECT                                             AMOUNT
    26  ----------------------------------------------------------
    27                                      (thousands of dollars)
    28  Baruch College
    29    Campus-wide maintenance to
    30      various facilities ............................. 4,635
    31  Brooklyn College
    32    Campus-wide maintenance to
    33      various facilities ............................. 3,811
    34  City College
    35    Campus-wide maintenance to
    36      various facilities ............................. 5,665
    37  Graduate School and University Center
    38    Campus-wide maintenance to
    39      various facilities ............................. 1,030
    40  Honors college
    41    Campus-wide maintenance to
    42      various facilities ............................... 412
    43  Hunter College
    44    Campus-wide maintenance to
    45      various facilities ............................. 3,914
    46  John Jay College of Criminal Justice
    47    Campus-wide maintenance to

                                           40                         12654-10-4
 
                               CITY UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK
                 (APPROPRIATED TO THE CITY UNIVERSITY CONSTRUCTION FUND)
                                     SENIOR COLLEGES
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1      various facilities ............................. 2,163
     2  Lehman College
     3    Campus-wide maintenance to
     4      various facilities ............................. 3,811
     5  Medgar Evers College
     6    Campus-wide maintenance to
     7      various facilities ............................. 3,811
     8  New York City College of Technology
     9    Campus-wide maintenance to
    10      various facilities ............................. 3,811
    11  Queens College
    12    Campus-wide maintenance to
    13      various facilities ............................. 5,665
    14  College of Staten Island
    15    Campus-wide maintenance to
    16      various facilities ............................. 3,811
    17  York College
    18    Campus-wide maintenance to
    19      various facilities ............................. 3,811
    20  For university-wide maintenance or
    21    capital improvement costs at senior
    22    colleges attributable to the findings of
    23    condition surveys for health and safety
    24    needs ............................................ 8,755
    25  For university-wide maintenance or
    26    capital improvement costs at senior
    27    colleges attributable to the findings of
    28    condition surveys for preservation of
    29    facilities needs ................................ 10,815
    30  For university-wide maintenance or
    31    capital improvement costs at senior
    32    colleges attributable to mechanical and
    33    infrastructure needs ............................. 6,695
    34  For university-wide maintenance or
    35    capital improvement costs at senior
    36    colleges attributable to ADA needs ............... 5,150
    37  For university-wide maintenance or
    38    capital improvement costs at senior
    39    colleges attributable to certificate of
    40    occupancy/public assembly needs .................. 2,060
    41  For university-wide maintenance or
    42    capital improvement costs at senior
    43    colleges attributable to energy
    44    conservation needs ............................... 4,120
    45  For university-wide maintenance or
    46    capital improvement costs at senior
    47    colleges attributable to science lab
    48    upgrade needs .................................... 2,060
    49  For university-wide maintenance or
    50    capital improvement costs at senior

                                           41                         12654-10-4
 
                               CITY UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK
                 (APPROPRIATED TO THE CITY UNIVERSITY CONSTRUCTION FUND)
                                     SENIOR COLLEGES
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1    colleges attributable to bathroom
     2    facilities upgrade needs ......................... 1,030
     3  For university-wide maintenance or
     4    capital improvement costs at senior
     5    colleges attributable to asbestos
     6    abatement needs .................................. 1,030
     7  For university-wide maintenance or
     8    capital improvement costs at senior
     9    colleges attributable to educational
    10    technology initiative needs ...................... 6,695
    11  For university-wide maintenance or
    12    capital improvement costs at senior
    13    colleges attributable to science and
    14    technology equipment needs ....................... 7,210
    15  For university-wide maintenance or
    16    capital improvement costs at senior
    17    colleges attributable CUNY TV
    18    renovation needs ................................. 1,030
    19                                              --------------
    20      Total ........................................ 103,000
    21                                              ==============
 
    22  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2014, as amended by chapter 54,
    23      section 1, of the laws of 2018:
    24    Advances  for  alterations and improvements to existing facilities for
    25      capital critical maintenance, including but not limited  to  capital
    26      design, construction, reconstruction, rehabilitation, and equipment;
    27      for  health and safety, preservation of facilities, program improve-
    28      ment or program change, environmental protection,  energy  conserva-
    29      tion, accreditation, facilities for the physically disabled, preven-
    30      tative  maintenance  and  related projects, including costs incurred
    31      prior to April 1, 2014, and subject to a plan developed and  submit-
    32      ted  annually by the city university of New York and approved by the
    33      director of the budget, and which may include, but  not  be  limited
    34      to,  projects  in  the following schedule. Notwithstanding any other
    35      law to the contrary, all or a portion of the amounts  hereby  appro-
    36      priated may be suballocated or transferred to the dormitory authori-
    37      ty of the state of New York for such purpose (30031450) (15420) ....
    38      206,000,000 ...................................... (re. $86,844,000)
 
    39                       Project Schedule
    40  PROJECT                                             AMOUNT
    41  ----------------------------------------------------------
    42                                      (thousands of dollars)
    43  Baruch College
    44    Campus-wide critical maintenance to
    45    various facilities .............................. 14,000
    46  Brooklyn College
    47    Campus-wide critical maintenance to

                                           42                         12654-10-4
 
                               CITY UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK
                 (APPROPRIATED TO THE CITY UNIVERSITY CONSTRUCTION FUND)
                                     SENIOR COLLEGES
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25

     1    various facilities .............................. 12,500
     2  City College
     3    Campus-wide critical maintenance to
     4    various facilities .............................. 17,000
     5  Graduate School and University Center
     6    Campus-wide critical maintenance to
     7    various facilities ............................... 2,000
     8  Honors college
     9    Campus-wide critical maintenance to
    10    various facilities................................ 1,000
    11  Hunter College
    12    Campus-wide critical maintenance to
    13    various facilities ..............................  1,000
    14  John Jay College of Criminal Justice
    15    Campus-wide critical maintenance to
    16    various facilities ............................... 5,000
    17  Lehman College
    18    Campus-wide critical maintenance to
    19    various facilities .............................. 10,000
    20  Medgar Evers College
    21    Campus-wide critical maintenance to
    22    various facilities ...............................10,000
    23  New York City College of Technology
    24    Campus-wide critical maintenance to
    25    various facilities ..............................  8,000
    26  Queens College
    27    Campus-wide critical maintenance to
    28    various facilities .............................. 17,000
    29  College of Staten Island
    30    Campus-wide critical maintenance to
    31    various facilities ...............................10,000
    32  York College
    33    Campus-wide critical maintenance to
    34    various facilities .............................. 12,000
    35  For university-wide critical maintenance or
    36    capital improvement costs at senior
    37    colleges attributable to the findings of
    38    condition surveys for health and safety
    39    needs ........................................... 27,000
    40  For university-wide critical maintenance or
    41    capital improvement costs at senior
    42    colleges attributable to the findings of
    43    condition surveys for preservation of
    44    facilities needs ................................ 30,000
    45  For university-wide critical maintenance or
    46    capital improvement costs at senior
    47    colleges attributable to mechanical and
    48    infrastructure needs ............................ 20,500
    49  For university-wide critical maintenance or
    50    capital improvement costs at senior

                                           43                         12654-10-4
 
                               CITY UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK
                 (APPROPRIATED TO THE CITY UNIVERSITY CONSTRUCTION FUND)
                                     SENIOR COLLEGES
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1    colleges attributable to ADA needs ...............10,000
     2  For university-wide critical maintenance or
     3    capital improvement costs at senior
     4    colleges attributable to certificate of
     5    occupancy/public assembly needs .................  5,000
     6  For university-wide critical maintenance or
     7    capital improvement costs at senior
     8    colleges attributable to energy
     9    conservation needs .............................. 12,000
    10  For university-wide critical maintenance or
    11    capital improvement costs at senior
    12    colleges attributable to science lab
    13    upgrade needs .................................... 8,000
    14  For university-wide critical maintenance or
    15    capital improvement costs at senior
    16    colleges attributable to bathroom
    17    facilities upgrade needs ......................... 3,000
    18  For university-wide critical maintenance or
    19    capital improvement costs at senior
    20    colleges attributable to asbestos
    21    abatement needs .................................. 1,500
    22  For university-wide critical maintenance or
    23    capital improvement costs at senior
    24    colleges attributable to educational
    25    technology initiative needs ..................... 15,000
    26  For university-wide critical maintenance or
    27    capital improvement costs at senior
    28    colleges attributable to science and
    29    technology equipment needs ....................... 5,000
    30  For university-wide critical maintenance or
    31    capital improvement costs at senior
    32    colleges attributable CUNY TV
    33    renovation needs ................................. 1,500
    34  Less an amount to be allocated by the board
    35    of trustees ................................... (52,000)
    36                                              --------------
    37      Total ........................................ 206,000
    38                                              ==============
 
    39    Advances  for  alterations  and improvements to various facilities for
    40      capital strategic initiatives, including but not limited to  capital
    41      design,  construction,  acquisition, reconstruction, rehabilitation,
    42      and equipment; for health and safety,  preservation  of  facilities,
    43      new facilities, program improvement or program change, environmental
    44      protection,  energy  conservation, accreditation, facilities for the
    45      physically disabled, preventative maintenance and related  projects,
    46      including  costs  incurred  prior to April 1, 2014, and subject to a
    47      plan developed and submitted annually by the city university of  New
    48      York  and  approved  by  the  director  of the budget, and which may
    49      include, but not be limited to, projects in the following  schedule.

                                           44                         12654-10-4
 
                               CITY UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK
                 (APPROPRIATED TO THE CITY UNIVERSITY CONSTRUCTION FUND)
                                     SENIOR COLLEGES
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1      Notwithstanding  any  other law to the contrary, all or a portion of
     2      the amounts hereby appropriated may be suballocated  or  transferred
     3      to the dormitory authority of the state of New York for such purpose
     4      (30041450) (15511) ... 127,000,000 ............... (re. $90,791,000)
 
     5                       Project Schedule
     6  PROJECT                                             AMOUNT
     7  ----------------------------------------------------------
     8                                      (thousands of dollars)
     9  Baruch College
    10    17 Lex. Ave Building ............................ 30,000
    11  Brooklyn College
    12    Roosevelt Hall .................................. 35,000
    13  College of Staten Island
    14    Interdisciplinary High Performance
    15    Computational Center ............................ 10,000
    16  Lehman College
    17    Nursing Education ............................... 22,000
    18  York College
    19    Academic Village/Conference Center .............. 30,000
    20                                              --------------
    21      Total ........................................ 127,000
    22                                              ==============
 
    23    Notwithstanding any provision of law this appropriation shall be allo-
    24      cated  only  pursuant  to  a  plan setting forth an itemized list of
    25      projects with the amount to be received by each, or the  methodology
    26      for  allocating  such  appropriation.  Such plan shall be subject to
    27      theapproval of the temporary president of the senate and the  direc-
    28      tor  of  the budget and thereafter shall be included in a resolution
    29      calling for the expenditure of such monies, which resolution must be
    30      approved by a majority vote of all members  elected  to  the  senate
    31      upon a roll call vote.
    32    Notwithstanding any other law to the contrary, all or a portion of the
    33      amounts  hereby  appropriated  may be suballocated or transferred to
    34      the dormitory authority of the state of New York  for  such  purpose
    35      (30051450) (15529) ... 67,000,000 ................ (re. $50,907,000)
 
    36  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2012, as amended by chapter 54,
    37      section 1, of the laws of 2018:
    38    Advances  for  alterations  and improvements to various facilities for
    39      capital critical maintenance, including but not limited  to  capital
    40      design,  construction,  acquisition, reconstruction, rehabilitation,
    41      and equipment; for health and safety,  preservation  of  facilities,
    42      program  improvement  or  program  change, environmental protection,
    43      energy conservation, accreditation, facilities  for  the  physically
    44      disabled,  preventative  maintenance and related projects, including
    45      costs incurred prior to April 1, 2012, and subject to a plan  devel-
    46      oped  and  submitted annually by the city university of New York and
    47      approved by the director of the budget, and which may  include,  but

                                           45                         12654-10-4
 
                               CITY UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK
                 (APPROPRIATED TO THE CITY UNIVERSITY CONSTRUCTION FUND)
                                     SENIOR COLLEGES
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1      not  be  limited  to,  projects in the following schedule.  Notwith-
     2      standing any other law to the contrary, all  or  a  portion  of  the
     3      amounts  hereby  appropriated  may be suballocated or transferred to
     4      the  dormitory  authority  of the state of New York for such purpose
     5      (30031250) (15420) ... 284,222,000 ............... (re. $81,309,000)
 
     6                       Project Schedule
     7  PROJECT                                             AMOUNT
     8  ----------------------------------------------------------
     9                                      (thousands of dollars)
    10  Baruch College
    11    Campus-wide critical maintenance to
    12    various facilities .............................. 12,000
    13  Brooklyn College
    14    Campus-wide critical maintenance to
    15    various facilities .............................. 15,000
    16  City College
    17    Campus-wide critical maintenance to
    18    various facilities .............................. 12,000
    19  Graduate School and University Center
    20    Campus-wide critical maintenance to
    21    various facilities ............................... 3,000
    22  Hunter College
    23    Campus-wide critical maintenance to
    24    various facilities .............................. 10,000
    25  John Jay College of Criminal Justice
    26    Campus-wide critical maintenance to
    27    various facilities ............................... 9,922
    28  Lehman College
    29    Campus-wide critical maintenance to
    30    various facilities .............................. 10,000
    31  Medgar Evers College
    32    Campus-wide critical maintenance to
    33    various facilities ............................... 6,000
    34  New York City College of Technology
    35    Campus-wide critical maintenance to
    36    various facilities .............................. 15,000
    37  Queens College
    38    Campus-wide critical maintenance to
    39    various facilities .............................. 17,000
    40  College of Staten Island
    41    Campus-wide critical maintenance to
    42    various facilities ............................... 9,000
    43  York College
    44    Campus-wide critical maintenance to
    45    various facilities .............................. 10,000
    46  For university-wide critical maintenance or
    47    capital improvement costs at senior
    48    colleges attributable to the findings of
    49    condition surveys for health and safety

                                           46                         12654-10-4
 
                               CITY UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK
                 (APPROPRIATED TO THE CITY UNIVERSITY CONSTRUCTION FUND)
                                     SENIOR COLLEGES
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1    needs ........................................... 36,000
     2  For university-wide critical maintenance or
     3    capital improvement costs at senior
     4    colleges attributable to the findings of
     5    condition surveys for preservation of
     6    facilities needs ................................ 36,000
     7  For university-wide critical maintenance or
     8    capital improvement costs at senior
     9    colleges attributable to ADA needs ............... 3,000
    10  For university-wide critical maintenance or
    11    capital improvement costs at senior
    12    colleges attributable to certificate of
    13    occupancy/public assembly needs ................. 10,000
    14  For university-wide critical maintenance or
    15    capital improvement costs at senior
    16    colleges attributable to energy
    17    conservation needs .............................. 10,000
    18  For university-wide critical maintenance or
    19    capital improvement costs at senior
    20    colleges attributable to science and
    21    technology equipment needs ....................... 5,000
    22  For university-wide critical maintenance or
    23    capital improvement costs at senior
    24    colleges attributable to educational
    25    technology initiative needs ..................... 15,000
    26  For university-wide critical maintenance or
    27    capital improvement costs at senior
    28    colleges attributable to science lab
    29    upgrade needs ................................... 10,000
    30  For university-wide critical maintenance or
    31    capital improvement costs at senior
    32    colleges attributable to bathroom
    33    facilities upgrade needs ......................... 3,300
    34  For university-wide critical maintenance or
    35    capital improvement costs at senior
    36    colleges attributable to asbestos
    37    abatement needs .................................. 1,500
    38  For university-wide critical maintenance or
    39    capital improvement costs at senior
    40    colleges attributable to athletic
    41    facilities upgrade needs ......................... 1,000
    42  For university-wide critical maintenance or
    43    capital improvement costs at senior
    44    colleges attributable CUNY TV
    45    renovation needs ................................. 1,500
    46  For university-wide critical maintenance or
    47    capital improvement costs at senior
    48    colleges attributable to mechanical and
    49    infrastructure needs ............................ 23,000
    50                                              --------------

                                           47                         12654-10-4

                               CITY UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK
                 (APPROPRIATED TO THE CITY UNIVERSITY CONSTRUCTION FUND)
                                     SENIOR COLLEGES
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1      Total ........................................ 284,222
     2                                              ==============
 
     3  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2011, as amended by chapter 54,
     4      section 1, of the laws of 2018:
     5    Advances  for  alterations  and improvements to various facilities for
     6      capital critical maintenance, including but not limited  to  capital
     7      design,  construction,  acquisition, reconstruction, rehabilitation,
     8      and equipment; for health and safety,  preservation  of  facilities,
     9      program  improvement  or  program  change, environmental protection,
    10      energy conservation, accreditation, facilities  for  the  physically
    11      disabled,  preventative  maintenance and related projects, including
    12      costs incurred prior to April 1, 2011, and subject to a plan  devel-
    13      oped  and  submitted annually by the city university of New York and
    14      approved by the director of the budget, and which may  include,  but
    15      not  be  limited  to,  projects in the following schedule.  Notwith-
    16      standing any other law to the contrary, all  or  a  portion  of  the
    17      amounts  hereby  appropriated  may be suballocated or transferred to
    18      the dormitory authority of the state of New York  for  such  purpose
    19      (30031150) (15420) ... 284,222,000 ............... (re. $23,144,000)
 
    20                       Project Schedule
    21  PROJECT                                             AMOUNT
    22  ----------------------------------------------------------
    23                                      (thousands of dollars)
    24  Baruch College
    25    Campus-wide critical maintenance to
    26    various facilities ............................... 5,000
    27  Brooklyn College
    28    Campus-wide critical maintenance to
    29    various facilities ............................... 7,500
    30  City College
    31    Campus-wide critical maintenance to
    32    various facilities ............................... 6,000
    33  Hunter College
    34    Campus-wide critical maintenance to
    35    various facilities ............................... 7,000
    36  John Jay College of Criminal Justice
    37    Campus-wide critical maintenance to
    38    various facilities ............................... 3,500
    39  Lehman College
    40    Campus-wide critical maintenance to
    41    various facilities ............................... 3,500
    42  Medgar Evers College
    43    Campus-wide critical maintenance to
    44    various facilities ............................... 8,000
    45  New York City College of Technology
    46    Campus-wide critical maintenance to
    47    various facilities .............................. 10,000
    48  Queens College

                                           48                         12654-10-4
 
                               CITY UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK
                 (APPROPRIATED TO THE CITY UNIVERSITY CONSTRUCTION FUND)
                                     SENIOR COLLEGES
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1    Campus-wide critical maintenance to
     2    various facilities .............................. 12,500
     3  College of Staten Island
     4    Campus-wide critical maintenance to
     5    various facilities ............................... 5,000
     6  York College
     7    Campus-wide critical maintenance to
     8    various facilities ............................... 5,000
     9  For university-wide critical maintenance or
    10    capital improvement costs at senior
    11    colleges attributable to the findings of
    12    condition surveys for health and safety
    13    needs ........................................... 56,000
    14  For university-wide critical maintenance or
    15    capital improvement costs at senior
    16    colleges attributable to the findings of
    17    condition surveys for preservation of
    18    facilities needs ................................ 60,000
    19  For university-wide critical maintenance or
    20    capital improvement costs at senior
    21    colleges attributable to ADA needs ............... 1,800
    22  For university-wide critical maintenance or
    23    capital improvement costs at senior
    24    colleges attributable to certificate of
    25    occupancy/public assembly needs ................. 10,000
    26  For university-wide critical maintenance or
    27    capital improvement costs at senior
    28    colleges attributable to energy
    29    conservation needs .............................. 10,000
    30  For university-wide critical maintenance or
    31    capital improvement costs at senior
    32    colleges attributable to science and
    33    technology equipment needs ....................... 5,000
    34  For university-wide critical maintenance or
    35    capital improvement costs at senior
    36    colleges attributable to educational
    37    technology initiative needs ..................... 12,000
    38  For university-wide critical maintenance or
    39    capital improvement costs at senior
    40    colleges attributable to science lab
    41    upgrade needs .................................... 8,600
    42  For university-wide critical maintenance or
    43    capital improvement costs at senior
    44    colleges attributable to bathroom
    45    facilities upgrade needs ......................... 1,700
    46  For university-wide critical maintenance or
    47    capital improvement costs at senior
    48    colleges attributable to asbestos
    49    abatement needs .................................. 1,700
    50  For university-wide critical maintenance or

                                           49                         12654-10-4
 
                               CITY UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK
                 (APPROPRIATED TO THE CITY UNIVERSITY CONSTRUCTION FUND)
                                     SENIOR COLLEGES
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1    capital improvement costs at senior
     2    colleges attributable to athletic
     3    facilities upgrade needs ......................... 2,000
     4  For university-wide critical maintenance or
     5    capital improvement costs at senior
     6    colleges attributable CUNY TV
     7    renovation needs ................................. 2,422
     8  For university-wide critical maintenance or
     9    capital improvement costs at senior
    10    colleges attributable to mechanical and
    11    infrastructure needs ............................ 40,000
    12                                              --------------
    13      Total ........................................ 284,222
    14                                              ==============
 
    15  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2010, as amended by chapter 54,
    16      section 1, of the laws of 2018:
    17    Advances  for  alterations  and improvements to various facilities for
    18      capital critical maintenance, including but not limited  to  capital
    19      design,  construction,  acquisition, reconstruction, rehabilitation,
    20      and equipment; for health and safety,  preservation  of  facilities,
    21      program  improvement  or  program  change, environmental protection,
    22      energy conservation, accreditation, facilities  for  the  physically
    23      disabled,  preventative  maintenance and related projects, including
    24      costs incurred prior to April 1, 2010, and subject to a plan  devel-
    25      oped  and  submitted annually by the city university of New York and
    26      approved by the director of the budget, and which may  include,  but
    27      not  be  limited  to,  projects in the following schedule.  Notwith-
    28      standing any other law to the contrary, all  or  a  portion  of  the
    29      amounts  hereby  appropriated  may be suballocated or transferred to
    30      the dormitory authority of the state of New York  for  such  purpose
    31      (30031050) (15420) ... 284,222,000 ............... (re. $21,235,000)
 
    32                       Project Schedule
    33  PROJECT                                             AMOUNT
    34  ----------------------------------------------------------
    35                                      (thousands of dollars)
    36  Baruch College
    37    Campus-wide critical maintenance to
    38    various facilities ............................... 9,400
    39  Brooklyn College
    40    Campus-wide critical maintenance to
    41    various facilities .............................. 14,542
    42  City College
    43    Campus-wide critical maintenance to
    44    various facilities .............................. 22,900
    45  Graduate School and University Center
    46    Campus-wide critical maintenance to
    47    various facilities ............................... 1,500
    48  Hunter College

                                           50                         12654-10-4
 
                               CITY UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK
                 (APPROPRIATED TO THE CITY UNIVERSITY CONSTRUCTION FUND)
                                     SENIOR COLLEGES
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1    Campus-wide critical maintenance to
     2    various facilities .............................. 18,000
     3  John Jay College of Criminal Justice
     4    Campus-wide critical maintenance to
     5    various facilities .............................. 11,000
     6  Lehman College
     7    Campus-wide critical maintenance to
     8    various facilities ............................... 7,000
     9  Medgar Evers College
    10    Campus-wide critical maintenance to
    11    various facilities .............................. 14,630
    12  New York City College of Technology
    13    Campus-wide critical maintenance to
    14    various facilities .............................. 19,800
    15  Queens College
    16    Campus-wide critical maintenance to
    17    various facilities .............................. 11,550
    18  College of Staten Island
    19    Campus-wide critical maintenance to
    20    various facilities ............................... 8,100
    21  York College
    22    Campus-wide critical maintenance to
    23    various facilities ............................... 6,500
    24  For university-wide critical maintenance or
    25    capital improvement costs at senior
    26    colleges attributable to the findings of
    27    condition surveys for health and safety
    28    needs ........................................... 35,000
    29  For university-wide critical maintenance or
    30    capital improvement costs at senior
    31    colleges attributable to the findings of
    32    condition surveys for preservation of
    33    facilities needs ................................ 30,000
    34  For university-wide critical maintenance or
    35    capital improvement costs at senior
    36    colleges attributable to ADA needs ............... 1,800
    37  For university-wide critical maintenance or
    38    capital improvement costs at senior
    39    colleges attributable to certificate of
    40    occupancy/public assembly needs ................. 10,000
    41  For university-wide critical maintenance or
    42    capital improvement costs at senior
    43    colleges attributable to energy
    44    conservation needs .............................. 17,000
    45  For university-wide critical maintenance or
    46    capital improvement costs at senior
    47    colleges attributable to science and
    48    technology equipment needs ....................... 5,000
    49  For university-wide critical maintenance or
    50    capital improvement costs at senior

                                           51                         12654-10-4
 
                               CITY UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK
                 (APPROPRIATED TO THE CITY UNIVERSITY CONSTRUCTION FUND)
                                     SENIOR COLLEGES
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1    colleges attributable to educational
     2    technology initiative needs ...................... 5,000
     3  For university-wide critical maintenance or
     4    capital improvement costs at senior
     5    colleges attributable to science lab
     6    upgrade needs .................................... 8,600
     7  For university-wide critical maintenance or
     8    capital improvement costs at senior
     9    colleges attributable to bathroom
    10    facilities upgrade needs ......................... 1,700
    11  For university-wide critical maintenance or
    12    capital improvement costs at senior
    13    colleges attributable to asbestos
    14    abatement needs .................................. 1,700
    15  For university-wide critical maintenance or
    16    capital improvement costs at senior
    17    colleges attributable to athletic
    18    facilities upgrade needs ......................... 2,000
    19  For university-wide critical maintenance or
    20    capital improvement costs at senior
    21    colleges attributable CUNY TV
    22    renovation needs ................................. 1,500
    23  For university-wide critical maintenance or
    24    capital improvement costs at senior
    25    colleges attributable to mechanical and
    26    infrastructure needs ............................ 20,000
    27                                              --------------
    28      Total ........................................ 284,222
    29                                              ==============
 
    30  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2009, as amended by chapter 54,
    31      section 1, of the laws of 2018:
    32    Advances  for  alterations  and improvements to various facilities for
    33      capital critical maintenance, including but not limited  to  capital
    34      design,  construction,  acquisition, reconstruction, rehabilitation,
    35      and equipment; for health and safety,  preservation  of  facilities,
    36      program  improvement  or  program  change, environmental protection,
    37      energy conservation, accreditation, facilities  for  the  physically
    38      disabled,  preventative  maintenance and related projects, including
    39      costs incurred prior to April 1, 2009, and subject to a plan  devel-
    40      oped  and  submitted annually by the city university of New York and
    41      approved by the director of the budget, and which may  include,  but
    42      not  be  limited  to,  projects in the following schedule.  Notwith-
    43      standing any other law to the contrary, all  or  a  portion  of  the
    44      amounts  hereby  appropriated  may be suballocated or transferred to
    45      the dormitory authority of the state of New York  for  such  purpose
    46      (30020950) (15420) ... 284,222,000 ............... (re. $16,278,000)

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                                     SENIOR COLLEGES
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1                       Project Schedule
     2  PROJECT                                             AMOUNT
     3  ----------------------------------------------------------
     4                                      (thousands of dollars)
     5  Baruch College
     6    Campus-wide critical maintenance to
     7      various facilities ............................. 2,705
     8  Brooklyn College
     9    Campus-wide critical maintenance to
    10      various facilities ............................. 3,661
    11  City College
    12    Campus-wide critical maintenance to
    13      various facilities ............................ 27,407
    14  Hunter College
    15    Campus-wide critical maintenance to
    16      various facilities ............................ 14,482
    17  John Jay College of Criminal Justice
    18    Campus-wide critical maintenance to
    19      various facilities ............................. 5,681
    20  Lehman College
    21    Campus-wide critical maintenance to
    22      various facilities ............................ 30,000
    23  New York City College of Technology
    24    Campus-wide critical maintenance to
    25      various facilities ............................. 9,400
    26  Queens College
    27    Campus-wide critical maintenance to
    28      various facilities ............................ 35,567
    29  College of Staten Island
    30    Campus-wide critical maintenance to
    31      various facilities ............................. 9,565
    32  York College
    33    Campus-wide critical maintenance to
    34      various facilities ............................. 7,954
    35  For university-wide critical maintenance or
    36    capital improvement costs at senior
    37    colleges attributable to the findings of
    38    condition surveys for health and safety
    39    needs ........................................... 35,000
    40  For university-wide critical maintenance or
    41    capital improvement costs at senior
    42    colleges attributable to the findings of
    43    condition surveys for preservation of
    44    facilities needs ................................ 30,000
    45  For university-wide critical maintenance or
    46    capital improvement costs at senior
    47    colleges attributable to ADA needs ............... 1,800
    48  For university-wide critical maintenance or
    49    capital improvement costs at senior
    50    colleges attributable to certificate of

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                                     SENIOR COLLEGES
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1    occupancy/public assembly needs ................. 10,000
     2  For university-wide critical maintenance or
     3    capital improvement costs at senior
     4    colleges attributable to energy
     5    conservation needs .............................. 17,000
     6  For university-wide critical maintenance or
     7    capital improvement costs at senior
     8    colleges attributable to science and
     9    technology equipment needs ....................... 5,000
    10  For university-wide critical maintenance or
    11    capital improvement costs at senior
    12    colleges attributable to educational
    13    technology initiative needs ...................... 5,000
    14  For university-wide critical maintenance or
    15    capital improvement costs at senior
    16    colleges attributable to science lab
    17    upgrade needs .................................... 8,600
    18  For university-wide critical maintenance or
    19    capital improvement costs at senior
    20    colleges attributable to bathroom
    21    facilities upgrade needs ......................... 1,700
    22  For university-wide critical maintenance or
    23    capital improvement costs at senior
    24    colleges attributable to asbestos
    25    abatement needs .................................. 1,700
    26  For university-wide critical maintenance or
    27    capital improvement costs at senior
    28    colleges attributable to athletic
    29    facilities upgrade needs ......................... 2,000
    30  For university-wide critical maintenance or
    31    capital improvement costs at senior
    32    colleges attributable to mechanical and
    33    infrastructure needs ............................ 20,000
    34                                              --------------
    35      Total ........................................ 284,222
    36                                              ==============
 
    37  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2008:
    38    Alterations and improvements to various facilities for minor rehabili-
    39      tation,  including  but not limited to capital design, construction,
    40      acquisition,  reconstruction,  rehabilitation,  and  equipment;  for
    41      health  and  safety, preservation of facilities, program improvement
    42      or program change, environmental  protection,  energy  conservation,
    43      accreditation,  facilities for the physically disabled, preventative
    44      maintenance and related projects, including costs incurred prior  to
    45      April  1, 2008, and subject to a plan submitted annually by the city
    46      university of New York and approved by the director  of  the  budget
    47      (30080850) (15502) ... 23,232,000 ................. (re. $2,732,000)

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                                     SENIOR COLLEGES
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2008, as amended by chapter 54,
     2      section 1, of the laws of 2018:
     3    Advances  for  alterations  and improvements to various facilities for
     4      capital critical maintenance, including but not limited  to  capital
     5      design,  construction,  acquisition, reconstruction, rehabilitation,
     6      and equipment; for health and safety,  preservation  of  facilities,
     7      program  improvement  or  program  change, environmental protection,
     8      energy conservation, accreditation, facilities  for  the  physically
     9      disabled,  preventative  maintenance and related projects, including
    10      costs incurred prior to April 1, 2008, and subject to a plan  devel-
    11      oped  and  submitted annually by the city university of New York and
    12      approved by the director of the budget, and which may  include,  but
    13      not  be  limited  to,  projects in the following schedule.  Notwith-
    14      standing any other law to the contrary, all  or  a  portion  of  the
    15      amounts  hereby  appropriated  may be suballocated or transferred to
    16      the dormitory authority of the state of New York  for  such  purpose
    17      (30010850) (15420) ... 284,222,000 ............... (re. $15,662,000)
 
    18                       Project Schedule
    19  PROJECT                                             AMOUNT
    20  ----------------------------------------------------------
    21                                      (thousands of dollars)
    22  Baruch College
    23    Campus-wide critical maintenance
    24    to various facilities ............................ 6,746
    25  Brooklyn College
    26    Campus-wide critical maintenance
    27    to various facilities ........................... 10,811
    28  City College
    29    Campus-wide critical maintenance
    30    to various facilities ........................... 23,466
    31  Graduate School and University Center
    32    Campus-wide critical maintenance
    33    to various facilities .............................. 300
    34  Hunter College
    35    Campus-wide critical maintenance
    36    to various facilities ............................ 3,176
    37  John Jay College of Criminal Justice
    38    Campus-wide critical maintenance
    39    to various facilities ............................ 6,873
    40  Lehman College
    41    Campus-wide critical maintenance
    42    to various facilities ........................... 15,941
    43  New York City College of Technology
    44    Campus-wide critical maintenance
    45    to various facilities ........................... 10,800
    46  Queens College
    47    Campus-wide critical maintenance
    48    to various facilities ........................... 21,117
    49  College of Staten Island

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                                     SENIOR COLLEGES
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1    Campus-wide critical maintenance
     2    to various facilities ........................... 18,125
     3  York College
     4    Campus-wide critical maintenance
     5    to various facilities ........................... 15,223
     6  For university-wide critical
     7    maintenance or capital
     8    improvement costs at senior
     9    colleges attributable to the
    10    findings of condition surveys
    11    for health and safety needs ..................... 33,154
    12  For university-wide critical
    13    maintenance or capital
    14    improvement costs at senior
    15    colleges attributable to the
    16    findings of condition surveys
    17    for preservation of facilities
    18    needs ........................................... 40,001
    19  For university-wide critical
    20    maintenance or capital
    21    improvement costs at senior
    22    colleges attributable to ADA
    23    needs ............................................ 1,989
    24  For university-wide critical
    25    maintenance or capital
    26    improvement costs at senior
    27    colleges attributable to science
    28    and technology equipment needs ................... 5,000
    29  For university-wide critical
    30    maintenance or capital
    31    improvement costs at senior
    32    colleges attributable to
    33    certificate of occupancy/public
    34    assembly needs ................................... 8,000
    35  For university-wide critical
    36    maintenance or capital
    37    improvement costs at senior
    38    colleges attributable to energy
    39    conservation needs .............................. 18,787
    40  For university-wide critical
    41    maintenance or capital
    42    improvement costs at senior
    43    colleges attributable to science
    44    lab upgrade needs ................................ 9,504
    45  For university-wide critical
    46    maintenance or capital
    47    improvement costs at senior
    48    colleges attributable to
    49    educational technology initiative

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                 (APPROPRIATED TO THE CITY UNIVERSITY CONSTRUCTION FUND)
                                     SENIOR COLLEGES
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1    needs ........................................... 10,000
     2  For university-wide critical
     3    maintenance or capital
     4    improvement costs at senior
     5    colleges attributable to bathroom
     6    facilities upgrade needs ......................... 1,879
     7  For university-wide critical
     8    maintenance or capital improvement
     9    costs at senior colleges
    10    attributable to asbestos
    11    abatement needs .................................. 1,879
    12  For university-wide critical
    13    maintenance or capital improvement
    14    costs at senior colleges
    15    attributable to CUNY TV
    16    renovations needs ................................ 1,450
    17  For university-wide critical
    18    maintenance or capital improvement
    19    costs at senior colleges
    20    attributable to mechanical and
    21    infrastructure needs ............................ 20,000
    22                                              --------------
    23    Total .......................................... 284,222
    24                                              ==============
 
    25  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2008, as amended by chapter 54,
    26      section 1, of the laws of 2018:
    27    Advances  for  alterations  and improvements to various facilities for
    28      capital strategic initiatives, including but not limited to  capital
    29      design,  construction,  acquisition, reconstruction, rehabilitation,
    30      and equipment; for health and safety,  preservation  of  facilities,
    31      new facilities, program improvement or program change, environmental
    32      protection,  energy  conservation, accreditation, facilities for the
    33      physically disabled, preventative maintenance and related  projects,
    34      including  costs  incurred  prior to April 1, 2008, and subject to a
    35      plan developed and submitted annually by the city university of  New
    36      York  and  approved  by  the  director  of the budget, and which may
    37      include, but not be limited to, projects in the following  schedule.
    38      Notwithstanding  any  other law to the contrary, all or a portion of
    39      the amounts hereby appropriated may be suballocated  or  transferred
    40      to the dormitory authority of the state of New York for such purpose
    41      (30060850) (15511) ... 1,311,732,000 ............. (re. $81,252,000)
 
    42                Project Schedule
    43  PROJECT                               AMOUNT
    44  --------------------------------------------
    45                        (thousands of dollars)
    46  Baruch College
    47    17 Lexington Ave. Building
    48    Renovation/Field Building

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                                     SENIOR COLLEGES
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1    Renovation ........................ 40,000
     2  Brooklyn College
     3    West Quad Building ................ 22,782
     4    Roosevelt Hall Science
     5    Facility .......................... 52,000
     6    Performing Arts Center ............ 29,000
     7    Fire Alarm and Security
     8    Project ............................ 9,834
     9  City College
    10    New Science Facility .............. 70,334
    11    Marshak Building Interior ......... 10,000
    12    School of Architecture
    13    Renovation ........................ 10,000
    14    Central Plant Expansion and
    15    Distribution ...................... 37,727
    16  Hunter College
    17    School of Social Work ............. 84,318
    18    New Science Lab Building,
    19    Phase I ........................... 74,682
    20  John Jay College of Criminal Justice
    21    John Jay College Building
    22    Expansion ........................ 125,000
    23  CUNY School of Law
    24    New Facility ...................... 50,000
    25  Lehman College
    26    New Science Facility,
    27    Phase II .......................... 20,000
    28    Swing Space for New Science
    29    Facility .......................... 20,000
    30    Media Production Center & Virtual
    31    Small Business Assistance Center ... 2,217
    32  New York City College of Technology
    33    Academic Building I .............. 100,000
    34    Educational Technology Initiative .... 250
    35  Queens College
    36    Louis Armstrong Center ............. 5,000
    37    Tennis Courts ...................... 1,500
    38  College of Staten Island
    39    Center for Computational
    40    Science ............................ 6,500
    41    Sports and Recreation Center
    42    Upgrades ........................... 1,000
    43    Campus-wide Site Security & Lighting,
    44    Phase II .......................... 12,988
    45  York College
    46    Student Services Center/Classroom
    47    Building ........................... 5,000
    48  University-wide
    49    CUNY ERP (CUNY FIRST) ............ 142,000
    50    Advanced Science Research Center,

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                                     SENIOR COLLEGES
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1    Phase I, and CCNY New Science
     2    Facility ......................... 207,878
     3    Project Administration ............ 61,722
     4    Operational Changes .............. 110,000
     5                                --------------
     6      Total ........................ 1,311,732
     7                                ==============
 
     8  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2007, as amended by chapter 54,
     9      section 1, of the laws of 2018:
    10    An  advance  for  alterations  and  improvements to various facilities
    11      including  services  and  expenses,  capital  design,  construction,
    12      acquisition, reconstruction, rehabilitation and equipment; including
    13      but  not  limited  to health and safety, preservation of facilities,
    14      new facilities, program improvement or program change, environmental
    15      protection, energy conservation, accreditation, facilities  for  the
    16      physically  disabled,  preventive  maintenance and related projects,
    17      including costs incurred prior to April 1, 2007, and  subject  to  a
    18      plan  to  be developed and submitted annually by the city university
    19      of New York and approved by the state director of  the  budget,  and
    20      which  may include, but not be limited to, projects in the following
    21      schedule. Notwithstanding any other law to the contrary,  all  or  a
    22      portion  of  the  amounts hereby appropriated may be suballocated or
    23      transferred to the dormitory authority of the state of New York  for
    24      such purpose (30670750) (15529) ....................................
    25      225,000,000 ...................................... (re. $52,418,000)
 
    26                       Project Schedule
    27                                                      AMOUNT
    28  ----------------------------------------------------------
    29                                      (thousands of dollars)
    30  For  the   City  College  Marshak  Building,
    31    provided however that subdivision  (b)  of
    32    section  6281 of  the  education  law,  as
    33    amended by  chapter 1081  of  the laws  of
    34    1969, shall apply to the dormitory author-
    35    ity   and/or     the    city    university
    36    construction fund, as the  letting agency,
    37    unless, in its  discretion,  it determines
    38    to utilize a  project labor  agreement for
    39    all work performed  in  the  renovation of
    40    the Marshak  science  building,  the  city
    41    college  science  facility   and   the new
    42    science research  center at  city college,
    43    which means a  prehire collective bargain-
    44    ing agreement  between  the  agency  and a
    45    labor organization establishing  the labor
    46    organization as the  collective bargaining
    47    representative  for  all  persons who will
    48    perform work pursuant to all contracts for

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                                     SENIOR COLLEGES
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1    the construction, reconstruction, rehabil-
     2    itation or improvement of facilities,  and
     3    which  provides that only  contractors and
     4    subcontractors  who  sign a  prenegotiated
     5    agreement with  the labor organization can
     6    perform  project  work,  when  the  record
     7    supporting the decision to enter into such
     8    an agreement establishes that it is justi-
     9    fied  by  the  interests  underlying   the
    10    competitive bidding laws ........................ 30,000
    11  For  the  City  College  Science   Facility,
    12    provided  however  that subdivision (b) of
    13    section 6281  of  the  education  law,  as
    14    amended  by  chapter  1081  of the laws of
    15    1969, shall apply to the dormitory author-
    16    ity    and/or    the    city    university
    17    construction  fund, as the letting agency,
    18    unless, in its discretion,  it  determines
    19    to  utilize  a project labor agreement for
    20    all work performed in  the  renovation  of
    21    the  Marshak  science  building,  the city
    22    college  science  facility  and  the   new
    23    science  research  center at city college,
    24    which means a prehire collective  bargain-
    25    ing  agreement  between  the  agency and a
    26    labor organization establishing the  labor
    27    organization  as the collective bargaining
    28    representative for all  persons  who  will
    29    perform work pursuant to all contracts for
    30    the construction, reconstruction, rehabil-
    31    itation  or improvement of facilities, and
    32    which provides that only  contractors  and
    33    subcontractors  who  sign  a prenegotiated
    34    agreement with the labor organization  can
    35    perform  project  work,  when  the  record
    36    supporting the decision to enter into such
    37    an agreement establishes that it is justi-
    38    fied  by  the  interests  underlying   the
    39    competitive bidding laws ........................ 55,300
    40  For  the Advanced Science Research Center at
    41    City College .................................... 14,500
    42  For  Central  Utilities  Plan  Expansion  at
    43    Lehman College .................................. 11,100
    44  For the Voorhees Building facade at New York
    45    City College of Technology ...................... 14,100
    46  For  structural  repairs at the Pearl Street
    47    Building at New York City College of Tech-
    48    nology ........................................... 5,000
    49  For expansion of the Central Plant  at  City

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                                     SENIOR COLLEGES
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1    College ......................................... 30,000
     2  For  university-wide critical maintenance or
     3    capital  improvement   costs   at   senior
     4    colleges  attributable  to the findings of
     5    condition surveys for  health  and  safety
     6    needs ........................................... 20,000
     7  For  university-wide critical maintenance or
     8    capital  improvement   costs   at   senior
     9    colleges  attributable  to the findings of
    10    condition  surveys  for  preservation   of
    11    facilities needs ................................ 30,000
    12  For  university-wide critical maintenance or
    13    capital  improvement   costs   at   senior
    14    colleges  to  correct  deficiencies in the
    15    mechanical,   electrical   and    plumbing
    16    infrastructure .................................. 15,000
    17                                              --------------
    18    Total .......................................... 225,000
    19                                              ==============
 
    20  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2006, as amended by chapter 54,
    21      section 1, of the laws of 2018:
    22    An  additional  advance  for  alterations  and improvements to various
    23      facilities including services and expenses, service contracts, memo-
    24      randum of understanding, capital design, construction,  acquisition,
    25      reconstruction, rehabilitation and equipment; for health and safety,
    26      preservation  of  facilities, new facilities, program improvement or
    27      program change, technology, environmental protection, energy conser-
    28      vation, accreditation, facilities for the  physically  disabled  and
    29      related  projects  including  costs  incurred prior to April 1, 2006
    30      subject to an annual plan developed by the city  university  of  New
    31      York  which  shall  include  projects  in  the  following  schedule.
    32      Notwithstanding any other law to the contrary, all or a  portion  of
    33      the  amounts  hereby appropriated may be suballocated or transferred
    34      to the dormitory authority of the state of New York for such purpose
    35      (30670650) (15529) ... 235,500,000 ................ (re. $2,475,000)
 
    36                       Project Schedule
    37  PROJECT                                             AMOUNT
    38  ----------------------------------------------------------
    39                                      (thousands of dollars)
    40  Brooklyn College
    41    The West Quad Project ........................... 12,000
    42    Roosevelt Hall .................................. 11,000
    43    The Performing Arts Center ...................... 15,000
    44  City College
    45    School of Architecture (SAUDLA) .................. 8,000
    46    Marshak Building ................................ 13,800
    47    Science Facility ................................ 57,700
    48  College of Staten Island

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                                     SENIOR COLLEGES
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1    2M Building ...................................... 5,000
     2    Upgrades, Renovations, Equipment -
     3    Various .......................................... 4,000
     4  CUNY Law
     5    Law Building Renovation, Phase I ................... 500
     6  Hunter College
     7    Roosevelt House Renovation ....................... 1,000
     8    New Science Lab Building ........................ 10,000
     9  John Jay
    10    Building Expansion .............................. 15,000
    11  Lehman College
    12    Consolidated Computer Center Phase II ............ 1,000
    13    New Science Facility Phase II ................... 10,000
    14  Queens College
    15    Science Upgrades Phase II ........................ 6,000
    16    Louis Armstrong Center ........................... 5,000
    17  School of Journalism
    18    School of Journalism ............................ 10,000
    19  York College
    20    Student Services Center .......................... 6,000
    21  Campus-wide Site Improvements ...................... 7,000
    22    An  advance for alterations and improvements
    23      to various facilities  including  services
    24      and  expenses, service contracts, memoran-
    25      dum  of  understanding,  capital   design,
    26      construction, acquisition, reconstruction,
    27      rehabilitation  and  equipment; for health
    28      and safety,  preservation  of  facilities,
    29      new  facilities,  program  improvement  or
    30      program change, technology,  environmental
    31      protection,  energy conservation, accredi-
    32      tation,  facilities  for  the   physically
    33      disabled   and  related  projects,  to  be
    34      developed by the city  university  of  New
    35      York   in  consultation  with  the  senate
    36      majority leader and approved by the direc-
    37      tor of budget ................................. 28,500
    38  University-wide
    39    For health and safety projects ................... 9,000
    40                                              --------------
    41      Total ........................................ 235,500
    42                                              ==============
 
    43  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2005, as amended by chapter 54,
    44      section 1, of the laws of 2018:
    45    An  advance  for  alterations  and  improvements to various facilities
    46      including  services  and  expenses,  capital  design,  construction,
    47      acquisition, reconstruction, rehabilitation and equipment; including
    48      but  not  limited  to health and safety, preservation of facilities,
    49      new facilities, program improvement or program change, environmental

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                                     SENIOR COLLEGES
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25

     1      protection, energy conservation, accreditation, facilities  for  the
     2      physically  disabled,  preventive  maintenance and related projects,
     3      including costs incurred prior to April 1, 2005, and  subject  to  a
     4      plan  to  be developed and submitted annually by the city university
     5      of New York and approved by the state director of  the  budget,  and
     6      which  may include, but not be limited to, projects in the following
     7      schedule. Notwithstanding any other law to the contrary,  all  or  a
     8      portion  of  the  amounts hereby appropriated may be suballocated or
     9      transferred to the dormitory authority of the state of New York  for
    10      such purpose (30560550) (15529) ... 69,000,000 ... (re. $19,152,000)
 
    11                Project Schedule
    12                                        AMOUNT
    13  --------------------------------------------
    14                        (thousands of dollars)
    15  For preliminary planning for
    16    the renovation of Brooklyn
    17    College's Roosevelt Hall ........... 2,500
    18  For  the  City  College  Marshak
    19    Building,   provided   however
    20    that   subdivision   (b)    of
    21    section  6281 of the education
    22    law,  as  amended  by  chapter
    23    1081  of  the  laws  of  1969,
    24    shall apply to  the  dormitory
    25    authority   and/or   the  city
    26    university construction  fund,
    27    as the letting agency, unless,
    28    in  its  discretion, it deter-
    29    mines  to  utilize  a  project
    30    labor  agreement  for all work
    31    performed in the renovation of
    32    the Marshak science  building,
    33    the   city   college   science
    34    facility and the  new  science
    35    research    center   at   City
    36    College, which means a prehire
    37    collective  bargaining  agree-
    38    ment  between the agency and a
    39    labor  organization establish-
    40    ing the labor organization  as
    41    the    collective   bargaining
    42    representative for all persons
    43    who will perform work pursuant
    44    to  all  contracts   for   the
    45    construction,  reconstruction,
    46    rehabilitation or  improvement
    47    of   facilities,   and   which
    48    provides that only contractors
    49    and subcontractors who sign  a

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     1    prenegotiated  agreement  with
     2    the  labor  organization   can
     3    perform project work, when the
     4    record supporting the decision
     5    to  enter  into such an agree-
     6    ment establishes  that  it  is
     7    justified   by  the  interests
     8    underlying   the   competitive
     9    bidding laws ...................... 10,000
    10  For matching grants for
    11    Governors Island .................. 15,000
    12  For   university-wide   critical
    13    maintenance     or     capital
    14    improvement  costs  at  senior
    15    and community colleges includ-
    16    ing but not limited to:  costs
    17    attributable  to  the findings
    18    of   condition   surveys   for
    19    health  and  safety; preserva-
    20    tion of facilities and  access
    21    for  the  physically disabled;
    22    code compliance;  emergencies;
    23    asbestos    removal;    energy
    24    conservation;   fire   alarms,
    25    sprinklers,         electrical
    26    distribution and  heating  and
    27    cooling  system  requirements;
    28    and other similar  campus-wide
    29    and systemwide needs, provided
    30    however  that  subdivision (b)
    31    of section 6281 of the  educa-
    32    tion  law, as amended by chap-
    33    ter 1081 of the laws of  1969,
    34    shall  apply  to the dormitory
    35    authority  and/or   the   city
    36    university  construction fund,
    37    as the letting agency, unless,
    38    in its discretion,  it  deter-
    39    mines  to  utilize  a  project
    40    labor agreement for  all  work
    41    performed in the renovation of
    42    the  Marshak science building,
    43    the   city   college   science
    44    facility  and  the new science
    45    research   center   at    City
    46    College, which means a prehire
    47    collective  bargaining  agree-
    48    ment  between the agency and a
    49    labor organization  establish-
    50    ing  the labor organization as

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     1    the   collective    bargaining
     2    representative for all persons
     3    who will perform work pursuant
     4    to   all   contracts  for  the
     5    construction,  reconstruction,
     6    rehabilitation  or improvement
     7    of   facilities,   and   which
     8    provides that only contractors
     9    and  subcontractors who sign a
    10    prenegotiated  agreement  with
    11    the   labor  organization  can
    12    perform project work, when the
    13    record supporting the decision
    14    to enter into such  an  agree-
    15    ment  establishes  that  it is
    16    justified  by  the   interests
    17    underlying   the   competitive
    18    bidding laws ...................... 41,500
    19                                --------------
    20    Total ............................. 69,000
    21                                ==============
 
    22  By  chapter  53, section 1, of the laws of 2004, as added by chapter 55,
    23      section 4, of the laws of 2004:
    24    Alterations and improvements to various facilities including  services
    25      and  expenses,  capital  design,  construction,  acquisition, recon-
    26      struction, rehabilitation and  equipment;  for  health  and  safety,
    27      preservation  of  facilities, new facilities, program improvement or
    28      program  change,  environmental  protection,  energy   conservation,
    29      accreditation,  facilities  for  the physically disabled, preventive
    30      maintenance and related projects, including costs incurred prior  to
    31      April  1, 2004, and subject to a plan submitted annually by the city
    32      university of New York and approved by the director  of  the  budget
    33      (30060450) (15502) ... 20,000,000 ................. (re. $3,012,000)
 
    34  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2004, as amended by chapter 54,
    35      section 1, of the laws of 2018:
    36    An  advance  for  alterations  and  improvements to various facilities
    37      including  services  and  expenses,  capital  design,  construction,
    38      acquisition,   reconstruction,  rehabilitation  and  equipment;  for
    39      health and  safety,  preservation  of  facilities,  new  facilities,
    40      program  improvement  or  program  change, environmental protection,
    41      energy conservation, accreditation, facilities  for  the  physically
    42      disabled,  and  related  projects, including costs incurred prior to
    43      April 1, 2004, and  which  may  include,  but  not  be  limited  to,
    44      projects in the following schedule. Notwithstanding any other law to
    45      the  contrary,  all  or a portion of the amounts hereby appropriated
    46      may be suballocated or transferred to the dormitory authority of the
    47      state of New York for such purpose (30030450) (15529) ..............
    48      1,095,000,000 .................................... (re. $83,633,000)

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                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1                Project Schedule
     2                                        AMOUNT
     3  --------------------------------------------
     4                        (thousands of dollars)
     5  Brooklyn College .................... 23,600
     6    -West Quad Building
     7  City College ....................... 108,000
     8    -Science Facility,  provided
     9      however  that  subdivision
    10      (b) of section 6281 of the
    11      education law, as  amended
    12      by  chapter  1081  of  the
    13      laws of 1969, shall  apply
    14      to the dormitory authority
    15      and/or the city university
    16      construction  fund, as the
    17      letting agency, unless, in
    18      its discretion, it  deter-
    19      mines to utilize a project
    20      labor  agreement  for  all
    21      work  performed   in   the
    22      renovation  of the Marshak
    23      science building, the city
    24      college  science  facility
    25      and    the   new   science
    26      research  center  at  City
    27      College,   which  means  a
    28      prehire         collective
    29      bargaining       agreement
    30      between the agency  and  a
    31      labor  organization estab-
    32      lishing the  labor  organ-
    33      ization  as the collective
    34      bargaining  representative
    35      for  all  persons who will
    36      perform work  pursuant  to
    37      all   contracts   for  the
    38      construction,       recon-
    39      struction,  rehabilitation
    40      or improvement of  facili-
    41      ties,  and  which provides
    42      that only contractors  and
    43      subcontractors  who sign a
    44      prenegotiated    agreement
    45      with  the  labor organiza-
    46      tion can  perform  project
    47      work,   when   the  record
    48      supporting the decision to
    49      enter into such an  agree-
    50      ment  establishes  that it

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                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1      is justified by the inter-
     2      ests    underlying     the
     3      competitive bidding laws
     4    -School of Architecture (Phase I)
     5  Hunter College ...................... 95,000
     6    -Science Lab Building (Phase I)
     7    -Roosevelt House Rehabilitation
     8    -Visual and Performing Arts Complex
     9  John Jay College ................... 130,000
    10    -Academic Facility (Phase II)
    11  Lehman College ...................... 60,000
    12    -Science Facility
    13  New York City College
    14      of Technology ................... 86,000
    15    -Academic Complex I
    16  Queens College ...................... 30,000
    17    -Science Upgrades (Phase I),
    18      including $15 million in
    19      bond proceeds issued
    20      pursuant to a capital
    21      appropriation for Queens
    22      College in chapter 53 of
    23      the laws of 1998
    24  Universitywide
    25    -For   a   science  research
    26      center,  excluding  furni-
    27      ture and equipment   which
    28      shall   be   secured  from
    29      private  or   other   non-
    30      state   sources,  provided
    31      however  that  subdivision
    32      (b) of section 6281 of the
    33      education  law, as amended
    34      by  chapter  1081  of  the
    35      laws  of 1969, shall apply
    36      to the dormitory authority
    37      and/or the city university
    38      construction  fund, as the
    39      letting agency, unless, in
    40      its discretion, it  deter-
    41      mines to utilize a project
    42      labor  agreement  for  all
    43      work  performed   in   the
    44      renovation  of the Marshak
    45      science building, the city
    46      college  science  facility
    47      and    the   new   science
    48      research  center  at  City
    49      College,   which  means  a
    50      prehire         collective

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                                     SENIOR COLLEGES
 
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     1      bargaining       agreement
     2      between the agency  and  a
     3      labor  organization estab-
     4      lishing the  labor  organ-
     5      ization  as the collective
     6      bargaining  representative
     7      for  all  persons who will
     8      perform work  pursuant  to
     9      all   contracts   for  the
    10      construction,       recon-
    11      struction,  rehabilitation
    12      or improvement of  facili-
    13      ties,  and  which provides
    14      that only contractors  and
    15      subcontractors  who sign a
    16      prenegotiated    agreement
    17      with  the  labor organiza-
    18      tion can  perform  project
    19      work,   when   the  record
    20      supporting the decision to
    21      enter into such an  agree-
    22      ment  establishes  that it
    23      is justified by the inter-
    24      ests    underlying     the
    25      competitive bidding laws ....... 176,000
    26    -For science laboratory
    27      upgrades ......................... 7,000
    28    -For condition survey-
    29      related health and safety
    30      projects ........................ 75,000
    31    -For condition survey-
    32      related preservation of
    33      facilities projects ............. 60,000
    34    -For condition survey-
    35      related projects related
    36      to the americans with dis-
    37      abilities act ................... 13,000
    38    -For asbestos abatement ............ 7,000
    39      -For capital staff .............. 41,400
    40    -For  network infrastructure
    41      and telecommunications .......... 40,000
    42    -For universitywide critical
    43      maintenance or capital im-
    44      provement costs for code
    45      compliance; emergencies;
    46      energy conservation; fire
    47      alarms, sprinklers, elec-
    48      trical distribution and
    49      heating and cooling system
    50      requirements; and other

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     1      similar campuswide and
     2      systemwide needs, includ-
     3      ing Governors Island ........... 143,000
     4                                --------------
     5      Total ........................ 1,095,000
     6                                ==============
 
     7  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 1998, as amended by chapter 53,
     8      section 1, of the laws of 1999, for:
     9    Alterations  and  improvements  to  provide a parent resource/day care
    10      facility in the 17  Lexington  Avenue  Building  at  Baruch  College
    11      (302198C1) (15503) ... 1,000,000 .................... (re. $796,000)
    12    Alterations  and improvements to CUNY Libraries (302198C1) (15504) ...
    13      10,800,000 ........................................ (re. $4,190,000)
 
    14    Capital Projects Funds - Other
    15    Capital Projects Fund - 30000
    16    Facilities for the Physically Disabled Purpose
 
    17  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 1995, for:
    18    Alterations and improvements to  make  facilities  accessible  to  the
    19      physically disabled (30149504) (15507) ...   .......................
    20      1,257,000 ........................................... (re. $577,000)
 
    21  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 1987, as amended by chapter 54,
    22      section 3, of the laws of 1992, for:
    23    Alterations  and  improvements  to  make  facilities accessible to the
    24      physically disabled (30048704) (15507) ...   .......................
    25      1,206,000 ............................................. (re. $1,000)
 
    26    Capital Projects Funds - Other
    27    Capital Projects Fund - 30000
    28    Health and Safety Purpose
 
    29  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 1993, for:
    30    Alterations and improvements for health and safety pursuant to a plan,
    31      based on the results of building condition surveys, to be  submitted
    32      for  approval  to  the  director  of the budget on or before July 1,
    33      1993. No funds shall be made available until such plan  is  approved
    34      by the director of the budget (30029301) (15505) ...................
    35      2,750,000 ........................................... (re. $853,000)
 
    36  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 1992, for:
    37    Alterations  and  improvements for facilities for the physically disa-
    38      bled (30A29201) (15523) ...   ..... 1,128,000 ........ (re. $43,000)
 
    39  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 1987, as amended by chapter 54,
    40      section 3, of the laws of 1995, for:
    41    Alterations  and  improvements  for  health  and   safety   (30018701)
    42      (15505) ...   ..... 8,507,000 ......................... (re. $1,000)

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                                     SENIOR COLLEGES
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1    Capital Projects Funds - Other
     2    Capital Projects Fund - 30000
     3    Preservation of Facilities Purpose
 
     4  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2023:
     5    For  services  and expenses related to alterations and improvements to
     6      existing facilities  for  capital  maintenance,  including  but  not
     7      limited  to  capital design, construction, reconstruction, rehabili-
     8      tation, and equipment; for  in-kind  replacement  of  buildings  and
     9      facilities  upon  demonstration,  through  multi-factor benefit-cost
    10      analysis of capital costs and life-cycle operating  costs  comparing
    11      existing  facility,  renovated  facility, and new construction, that
    12      replacement is more cost-effective and  energy-efficient  than  full
    13      renovation  and does not exceed existing square footage except inci-
    14      dentally where necessary to provide accessibility, mechanical  effi-
    15      ciency,  or  required  accessory  and  minor support structures; for
    16      health and safety, preservation of facilities,  program  improvement
    17      or  program  change,  environmental protection, energy conservation,
    18      accreditation, facilities for the physically disabled,  preventative
    19      maintenance  and related projects, including costs incurred prior to
    20      April 1, 2023 and subject to a plan developed and submitted annually
    21      by the city university of New York and approved by the  director  of
    22      the  budget,  and which may include, but not be limited to, projects
    23      in the following schedule. Notwithstanding  any  other  law  to  the
    24      contrary, all or a portion of the amounts hereby appropriated may be
    25      suballocated  or transferred to the dormitory authority of the state
    26      of New York for such purpose (30032303) (15420) ....................
    27      384,222,000 ..................................... (re. $384,222,000)
 
    28                       Project Schedule
    29  PROJECT                                             AMOUNT
    30  ----------------------------------------------------------
    31                                      (thousands of dollars)
    32  Baruch College
    33    Campus-wide maintenance to
    34      various facilities ............................. 4,568
    35  Brooklyn College
    36    Campus-wide maintenance to
    37      various facilities ............................ 10,325
    38  City College
    39    Campus-wide maintenance to
    40      various facilities ............................. 9,078
    41  Graduate School and University Center
    42    Campus-wide maintenance to
    43      various facilities ............................. 1,203
    44  Honors college
    45    Campus-wide maintenance to
    46      various facilities ............................... 120
    47  Hunter College
    48    Campus-wide maintenance to

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                                     SENIOR COLLEGES

                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1      various facilities ............................. 8,558
     2  John Jay College of Criminal Justice
     3    Campus-wide maintenance to
     4      various facilities ............................. 1,837
     5  Lehman College
     6    Campus-wide maintenance to
     7      various facilities ............................. 5,132
     8  Medgar Evers College
     9    Campus-wide maintenance to
    10      various facilities ............................. 1,964
    11  New York City College of Technology
    12    Campus-wide maintenance to
    13      various facilities ............................. 2,533
    14  Queens College
    15    Campus-wide maintenance to
    16      various facilities ............................. 8,280
    17  College of Staten Island
    18    Campus-wide maintenance to
    19      various facilities ............................. 6,917
    20  York College
    21    Campus-wide maintenance to
    22      various facilities ............................. 2,838
    23  For university-wide maintenance or
    24    capital improvement costs at senior
    25    colleges attributable to the findings of
    26    condition surveys for health and safety
    27    needs ........................................... 12,464
    28  For university-wide maintenance or
    29    capital improvement costs at senior
    30    colleges attributable to the findings of
    31    condition surveys for preservation of
    32    facilities needs ................................ 16,757
    33  For university-wide maintenance or
    34    capital improvement costs at senior
    35    colleges attributable to ADA needs ............... 8,310
    36  For university-wide maintenance or
    37    capital improvement costs at senior
    38    colleges attributable to mechanical and
    39    infrastructure needs ............................. 9,694
    40  For university-wide maintenance or
    41    capital improvement costs at senior
    42    colleges attributable to science and
    43    technology equipment needs ....................... 6,786
    44  For university-wide maintenance or
    45    capital improvement costs at senior
    46    colleges attributable to certificate of
    47    occupancy/public assembly needs .................. 2,770
    48  For university-wide maintenance or
    49    capital improvement costs at senior
    50    colleges attributable to energy

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                                     SENIOR COLLEGES
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1    conservation needs ............................... 5,540
     2  For university-wide maintenance or
     3    capital improvement costs at senior
     4    colleges attributable to science lab
     5    upgrade needs .................................... 2,770
     6  For university-wide maintenance or
     7    capital improvement costs at senior
     8    colleges attributable to educational
     9    technology initiative needs ...................... 9,002
    10  For university-wide maintenance or
    11    capital improvement costs at senior
    12    colleges attributable to bathroom
    13    facilities upgrade needs ......................... 1,387
    14  For university-wide maintenance or
    15    capital improvement costs at senior
    16    colleges attributable to CUNY TV
    17    renovation needs ................................... 406
    18  For university-wide priority capital
    19    maintenance or capital improvement
    20    projects to support the preservation
    21    of facilities .................................. 244,983
    22                                              --------------
    23      Total ........................................ 354,222
    24                                              ==============
 
    25  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2022:
    26    For  services  and expenses related to alterations and improvements to
    27      existing facilities  for  capital  maintenance,  including  but  not
    28      limited  to  capital design, construction, reconstruction, rehabili-
    29      tation, and equipment; for health and safety, preservation of facil-
    30      ities,  program  improvement  or   program   change,   environmental
    31      protection,  energy  conservation, accreditation, facilities for the
    32      physically disabled, preventative maintenance and related  projects,
    33      including  costs  incurred  prior  to April 1, 2022 and subject to a
    34      plan developed and submitted annually by the city university of  New
    35      York  and  approved  by  the  director  of the budget, and which may
    36      include, but not be limited to, projects in the following  schedule.
    37      Notwithstanding  any  other law to the contrary, all or a portion of
    38      the amounts hereby appropriated may be suballocated  or  transferred
    39      to the dormitory authority of the state of New York for such purpose
    40      (30032203) (15420) ... 284,222,000 .............. (re. $277,563,000)
 
    41                       Project Schedule
    42  PROJECT                                             AMOUNT
    43  ----------------------------------------------------------
    44                                      (thousands of dollars)
    45  Baruch College
    46    Campus-wide maintenance to
    47      various facilities ............................. 3,379
    48  Brooklyn College

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                                     SENIOR COLLEGES
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1    Campus-wide maintenance to
     2      various facilities ............................. 7,638
     3  City College
     4    Campus-wide maintenance to
     5      various facilities ............................. 6,715
     6  Graduate School and University Center
     7    Campus-wide maintenance to
     8      various facilities ............................... 890
     9  Honors college
    10    Campus-wide maintenance to
    11      various facilities ................................ 89
    12  Hunter College
    13    Campus-wide maintenance to
    14      various facilities ............................. 6,331
    15  John Jay College of Criminal Justice
    16    Campus-wide maintenance to
    17      various facilities ............................. 1,359
    18  Lehman College
    19    Campus-wide maintenance to
    20      various facilities ............................. 3,796
    21  Medgar Evers College
    22    Campus-wide maintenance to
    23      various facilities ............................. 1,453
    24  New York City College of Technology
    25    Campus-wide maintenance to
    26      various facilities ............................. 1,874
    27  Queens College
    28    Campus-wide maintenance to
    29      various facilities ............................. 6,125
    30  College of Staten Island
    31    Campus-wide maintenance to
    32      various facilities ............................. 5,117
    33  York College
    34    Campus-wide maintenance to
    35      various facilities ............................. 2,099
    36  For university-wide maintenance or
    37    capital improvement costs at senior
    38    colleges attributable to the findings of
    39    condition surveys for health and safety
    40    needs ............................................ 9,220
    41  For university-wide maintenance or
    42    capital improvement costs at senior
    43    colleges attributable to the findings of
    44    condition surveys for preservation of
    45    facilities needs ................................ 12,396
    46  For university-wide maintenance or
    47    capital improvement costs at senior
    48    colleges attributable to ADA needs ............... 6,147
    49  For university-wide maintenance or
    50    capital improvement costs at senior

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                                     SENIOR COLLEGES
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1    colleges attributable to mechanical and
     2    infrastructure needs ............................. 7,171
     3  For university-wide maintenance or
     4    capital improvement costs at senior
     5    colleges attributable to science and
     6    technology equipment needs ....................... 5,020
     7  For university-wide maintenance or
     8    capital improvement costs at senior
     9    colleges attributable to certificate of
    10    occupancy/public assembly needs .................. 2,049
    11  For university-wide maintenance or
    12    capital improvement costs at senior
    13    colleges attributable to energy
    14    conservation needs ............................... 4,098
    15  For university-wide maintenance or
    16    capital improvement costs at senior
    17    colleges attributable to science lab
    18    upgrade needs .................................... 2,049
    19  For university-wide maintenance or
    20    capital improvement costs at senior
    21    colleges attributable to educational
    22    technology initiative needs ...................... 6,659
    23  For university-wide maintenance or
    24    capital improvement costs at senior
    25    colleges attributable to bathroom
    26    facilities upgrade needs ......................... 1,026
    27  For university-wide maintenance or
    28    capital improvement costs at senior
    29    colleges attributable to CUNY TV
    30    renovation needs ................................... 300
    31  For university-wide priority capital
    32    maintenance or capital improvement
    33    projects to support the preservation
    34    of facilities .................................. 181,222
    35                                              --------------
    36      Total .......................................  284,222
    37                                              ==============
 
    38    For  additional  services  and  expenses  related  to  alterations and
    39      improvements to existing facilities for capital maintenance, includ-
    40      ing but not limited to capital design, construction, reconstruction,
    41      rehabilitation, and equipment; for health and  safety,  preservation
    42      of  facilities, program improvement or program change, environmental
    43      protection, energy conservation, accreditation, facilities  for  the
    44      physically  disabled, preventative maintenance and related projects,
    45      including costs incurred prior to April 1, 2022  and  subject  to  a
    46      plan  developed and submitted annually by the city university of New
    47      York and approved by the director of the budget. Notwithstanding any
    48      other law to the contrary, all or a portion of  the  amounts  hereby
    49      appropriated  may  be  suballocated  or transferred to the dormitory

                                           74                         12654-10-4
 
                               CITY UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK
                 (APPROPRIATED TO THE CITY UNIVERSITY CONSTRUCTION FUND)
                                     SENIOR COLLEGES
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1      authority of the state of  New  York  for  such  purpose  (30A22208)
     2      (40802) ... 60,000,000 ........................... (re. $60,000,000)
 
     3  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2021:
     4    For  services  and expenses related to alterations and improvements to
     5      existing facilities  for  capital  maintenance,  including  but  not
     6      limited  to  capital design, construction, reconstruction, rehabili-
     7      tation, and equipment; for health and safety, preservation of facil-
     8      ities,  program  improvement  or   program   change,   environmental
     9      protection,  energy  conservation, accreditation, facilities for the
    10      physically disabled, preventative maintenance and related  projects,
    11      including  costs  incurred  prior  to April 1, 2021 and subject to a
    12      plan developed and submitted annually by the city university of  New
    13      York  and  approved  by  the  director  of the budget, and which may
    14      include, but not be limited to, projects in the following schedule.
    15    Notwithstanding any other law to the contrary, all or a portion of the
    16      amounts hereby appropriated may be suballocated  or  transferred  to
    17      the  dormitory  authority  of the state of New York for such purpose
    18      (30032103) (15420) ... 284,222,000 .............. (re. $247,069,000)
 
    19                       Project Schedule
    20  PROJECT                                             AMOUNT
    21  ----------------------------------------------------------
    22                                      (thousands of dollars)
    23  Baruch College
    24    Campus-wide maintenance to
    25      various facilities ............................. 3,379
    26  Brooklyn College
    27    Campus-wide maintenance to
    28      various facilities ............................. 7,638
    29  City College
    30    Campus-wide maintenance to
    31      various facilities ............................. 6,715
    32  Graduate School and University Center
    33    Campus-wide maintenance to
    34      various facilities ............................... 890
    35  Honors college
    36    Campus-wide maintenance to
    37      various facilities ................................ 89
    38  Hunter College
    39    Campus-wide maintenance to
    40      various facilities ............................. 6,331
    41  John Jay College of Criminal Justice
    42    Campus-wide maintenance to
    43      various facilities ............................. 1,359
    44  Lehman College
    45    Campus-wide maintenance to
    46      various facilities ............................. 3,796
    47  Medgar Evers College
    48    Campus-wide maintenance to

                                           75                         12654-10-4
 
                               CITY UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK
                 (APPROPRIATED TO THE CITY UNIVERSITY CONSTRUCTION FUND)
                                     SENIOR COLLEGES
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25

     1      various facilities ............................. 1,453
     2  New York City College of Technology
     3    Campus-wide maintenance to
     4      various facilities ............................. 1,874
     5  Queens College
     6    Campus-wide maintenance to
     7      various facilities ............................. 6,125
     8  College of Staten Island
     9    Campus-wide maintenance to
    10      various facilities ............................. 5,117
    11  York College
    12    Campus-wide maintenance to
    13      various facilities ............................. 2,099
    14  For university-wide maintenance or
    15    capital improvement costs at senior
    16    colleges attributable to the findings of
    17    condition surveys for health and safety
    18    needs ............................................ 9,220
    19  For university-wide maintenance or
    20    capital improvement costs at senior
    21    colleges attributable to the findings of
    22    condition surveys for preservation of
    23    facilities needs ................................ 12,396
    24  For university-wide maintenance or
    25    capital improvement costs at senior
    26    colleges attributable to ADA needs ............... 6,147
    27  For university-wide maintenance or
    28    capital improvement costs at senior
    29    colleges attributable to mechanical and
    30    infrastructure needs ............................. 7,171
    31  For university-wide maintenance or
    32    capital improvement costs at senior
    33    colleges attributable to science and
    34    technology equipment needs ....................... 5,020
    35  For university-wide maintenance or
    36    capital improvement costs at senior
    37    colleges attributable to certificate of
    38    occupancy/public assembly needs .................. 2,049
    39  For university-wide maintenance or
    40    capital improvement costs at senior
    41    colleges attributable to energy
    42    conservation needs ............................... 4,098
    43  For university-wide maintenance or
    44    capital improvement costs at senior
    45    colleges attributable to science lab
    46    upgrade needs .................................... 2,049
    47  For university-wide maintenance or
    48    capital improvement costs at senior
    49    colleges attributable to educational

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                               CITY UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK
                 (APPROPRIATED TO THE CITY UNIVERSITY CONSTRUCTION FUND)
                                     SENIOR COLLEGES
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1    technology initiative needs ...................... 6,659
     2  For university-wide maintenance or
     3    capital improvement costs at senior
     4    colleges attributable to bathroom
     5    facilities upgrade needs ......................... 1,026
     6  For university-wide maintenance or
     7    capital improvement costs at senior
     8    colleges attributable to CUNY TV
     9    renovation needs ................................... 300
    10  For university-wide priority capital
    11    maintenance or capital improvement
    12    projects to support the preservation
    13    of facilities .................................. 181,222
    14                                              --------------
    15      Total .......................................  284,222
    16                                              ==============
 
    17  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2020:
    18    For  services  and expenses related to alterations and improvements to
    19      existing facilities  for  capital  maintenance,  including  but  not
    20      limited  to  capital design, construction, reconstruction, rehabili-
    21      tation, and equipment; for health and safety, preservation of facil-
    22      ities,  program  improvement  or   program   change,   environmental
    23      protection,  energy  conservation, accreditation, facilities for the
    24      physically disabled, preventative maintenance and related  projects,
    25      including  costs  incurred  prior  to April 1, 2020 and subject to a
    26      plan developed and submitted annually by the city university of  New
    27      York  and  approved  by  the  director  of the budget, and which may
    28      include, but not be limited to, projects in the following schedule.
    29    Notwithstanding any other law to the contrary, all or a portion of the
    30      amounts hereby appropriated may be suballocated  or  transferred  to
    31      the  dormitory  authority  of the state of New York for such purpose
    32      (30032003) (15420) ... 284,222,000 .............. (re. $195,818,000)
 
    33                       Project Schedule
    34  PROJECT                                             AMOUNT
    35  ----------------------------------------------------------
    36                                      (thousands of dollars)
    37  Baruch College
    38    Campus-wide maintenance to
    39      various facilities ............................. 3,370
    40  Brooklyn College
    41    Campus-wide maintenance to
    42      various facilities ............................. 7,640
    43  City College
    44    Campus-wide maintenance to
    45      various facilities ............................. 6,700
    46  Graduate School and University Center
    47    Campus-wide maintenance to

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                               CITY UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK
                 (APPROPRIATED TO THE CITY UNIVERSITY CONSTRUCTION FUND)
                                     SENIOR COLLEGES
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1      various facilities ............................... 890
     2  Honors college
     3    Campus-wide maintenance to
     4      various facilities ................................ 90
     5  Hunter College
     6    Campus-wide maintenance to
     7      various facilities ............................. 6,330
     8  John Jay College of Criminal Justice
     9    Campus-wide maintenance to
    10      various facilities ............................. 1,360
    11  Lehman College
    12    Campus-wide maintenance to
    13      various facilities ............................. 3,800
    14  Medgar Evers College
    15    Campus-wide maintenance to
    16      various facilities ............................. 1,450
    17  New York City College of Technology
    18    Campus-wide maintenance to
    19      various facilities ............................. 1,870
    20  Queens College
    21    Campus-wide maintenance to
    22      various facilities ............................. 6,140
    23  College of Staten Island
    24    Campus-wide maintenance to
    25      various facilities ............................. 5,110
    26  York College
    27    Campus-wide maintenance to
    28      various facilities ............................. 2,110
    29  For university-wide maintenance or
    30    capital improvement costs at senior
    31    colleges attributable to the findings of
    32    condition surveys for health and safety
    33    needs ............................................ 9,210
    34  For university-wide maintenance or
    35    capital improvement costs at senior
    36    colleges attributable to the findings of
    37    condition surveys for preservation of
    38    facilities needs ................................ 12,400
    39  For university-wide maintenance or
    40    capital improvement costs at senior
    41    colleges attributable to ADA needs ............... 6,140
    42  For university-wide maintenance or
    43    capital improvement costs at senior
    44    colleges attributable to mechanical and
    45    infrastructure needs ............................. 7,150
    46  For university-wide maintenance or
    47    capital improvement costs at senior
    48    colleges attributable to science and
    49    technology equipment needs ....................... 5,030
    50  For university-wide maintenance or

                                           78                         12654-10-4
 
                               CITY UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK
                 (APPROPRIATED TO THE CITY UNIVERSITY CONSTRUCTION FUND)
                                     SENIOR COLLEGES

                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1    capital improvement costs at senior
     2    colleges attributable to certificate of
     3    occupancy/public assembly needs .................. 2,070
     4  For university-wide maintenance or
     5    capital improvement costs at senior
     6    colleges attributable to energy
     7    conservation needs ............................... 4,080
     8  For university-wide maintenance or
     9    capital improvement costs at senior
    10    colleges attributable to science lab
    11    upgrade needs .................................... 2,070
    12  For university-wide maintenance or
    13    capital improvement costs at senior
    14    colleges attributable to educational
    15    technology initiative needs ...................... 6,640
    16  For university-wide maintenance or
    17    capital improvement costs at senior
    18    colleges attributable to bathroom
    19    facilities upgrade needs ......................... 1,050
    20  For university-wide maintenance or
    21    capital improvement costs at senior
    22    colleges attributable to CUNY TV
    23    renovation needs ................................... 300
    24  For university-wide priority capital
    25    maintenance or capital improvement
    26    projects to support the preservation
    27    of facilities .................................. 181,222
    28                                              --------------
    29      Total ........................................ 284,222
    30                                              ==============
 
    31  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2019:
    32    For  services  and expenses related to alterations and improvements to
    33      existing facilities  for  capital  maintenance,  including  but  not
    34      limited  to  capital design, construction, reconstruction, rehabili-
    35      tation, and equipment; for health and safety, preservation of facil-
    36      ities,  program  improvement  or   program   change,   environmental
    37      protection,  energy  conservation, accreditation, facilities for the
    38      physically disabled, preventative maintenance and related  projects,
    39      including  costs  incurred  prior  to April 1, 2019 and subject to a
    40      plan developed and submitted annually by the city university of  New
    41      York  and  approved  by  the  director  of the budget, and which may
    42      include, but not be limited to, projects in the following schedule.
    43    Notwithstanding any other law to the contrary, all or a portion of the
    44      amounts hereby appropriated may be suballocated  or  transferred  to
    45      the  dormitory  authority  of the state of New York for such purpose
    46      (30031903) (15420) ... 284,222,000 .............. (re. $191,378,000)

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                               CITY UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK
                 (APPROPRIATED TO THE CITY UNIVERSITY CONSTRUCTION FUND)
                                     SENIOR COLLEGES
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1                       Project Schedule
     2  PROJECT                                             AMOUNT
     3  ----------------------------------------------------------
     4                                      (thousands of dollars)
     5  Baruch College
     6    Campus-wide maintenance to
     7      various facilities ............................. 3,379
     8  Brooklyn College
     9    Campus-wide maintenance to
    10      various facilities ............................. 8,005
    11  City College
    12    Campus-wide maintenance to
    13      various facilities ............................. 6,716
    14  Graduate School and University Center
    15    Campus-wide maintenance to
    16      various facilities ............................. 1,373
    17  Honors college
    18    Campus-wide maintenance to
    19      various facilities ................................ 98
    20  Hunter College
    21    Campus-wide maintenance to
    22      various facilities ............................. 6,331
    23  John Jay College of Criminal Justice
    24    Campus-wide maintenance to
    25      various facilities ............................... 848
    26  Lehman College
    27    Campus-wide maintenance to
    28      various facilities ............................. 4,166
    29  Medgar Evers College
    30    Campus-wide maintenance to
    31      various facilities ............................... 703
    32  New York City College of Technology
    33    Campus-wide maintenance to
    34      various facilities ............................. 1,903
    35  Queens College
    36    Campus-wide maintenance to
    37      various facilities ............................. 6,125
    38  College of Staten Island
    39    Campus-wide maintenance to
    40      various facilities ............................. 5,118
    41  York College
    42    Campus-wide maintenance to
    43      various facilities ............................. 2,100
    44  For university-wide maintenance or
    45    capital improvement costs at senior
    46    colleges attributable to the findings of
    47    condition surveys for health and safety
    48    needs ............................................ 9,220
    49  For university-wide maintenance or
    50    capital improvement costs at senior

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                               CITY UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK
                 (APPROPRIATED TO THE CITY UNIVERSITY CONSTRUCTION FUND)
                                     SENIOR COLLEGES
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1    colleges attributable to the findings of
     2    condition surveys for preservation of
     3    facilities needs ................................ 12,396
     4  For university-wide maintenance or
     5    capital improvement costs at senior
     6    colleges attributable to ADA needs ............... 6,147
     7  For university-wide maintenance or
     8    capital improvement costs at senior
     9    colleges attributable to mechanical and
    10    infrastructure needs ............................. 7,171
    11  For university-wide maintenance or
    12    capital improvement costs at senior
    13    colleges attributable to science and
    14    technology equipment needs ....................... 5,020
    15  For university-wide maintenance or
    16    capital improvement costs at senior
    17    colleges attributable to certificate of
    18    occupancy/public assembly needs .................. 2,049
    19  For university-wide maintenance or
    20    capital improvement costs at senior
    21    colleges attributable to energy
    22    conservation needs ............................... 4,098
    23  For university-wide maintenance or
    24    capital improvement costs at senior
    25    colleges attributable to science lab
    26    upgrade needs .................................... 2,049
    27  For university-wide maintenance or
    28    capital improvement costs at senior
    29    colleges attributable to educational
    30    technology initiative needs ...................... 6,659
    31  For university-wide maintenance or
    32    capital improvement costs at senior
    33    colleges attributable to bathroom
    34    facilities upgrade needs ......................... 1,024
    35  For university-wide maintenance or
    36    capital improvement costs at senior
    37    colleges attributable to CUNY TV
    38    renovation needs ................................... 300
    39  For university-wide priority capital
    40    maintenance or capital improvement
    41    projects to support the preservation
    42    of facilities .................................. 181,222
    43                                              --------------
    44      Total ........................................ 284,222
    45                                              ==============
 
    46  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2018:
    47    For  services  and expenses related to alterations and improvements to
    48      existing facilities  for  capital  maintenance,  including  but  not
    49      limited  to  capital design, construction, reconstruction, rehabili-

                                           81                         12654-10-4
 
                               CITY UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK
                 (APPROPRIATED TO THE CITY UNIVERSITY CONSTRUCTION FUND)
                                     SENIOR COLLEGES
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1      tation, and equipment; for health and safety, preservation of facil-
     2      ities,  program  improvement  or   program   change,   environmental
     3      protection,  energy  conservation, accreditation, facilities for the
     4      physically  disabled, preventative maintenance and related projects,
     5      including costs incurred prior to April 1, 2018  and  subject  to  a
     6      plan  developed and submitted annually by the city university of New
     7      York and approved by the director  of  the  budget,  and  which  may
     8      include, but not be limited to, projects in the following schedule.
     9    Notwithstanding any other law to the contrary, all or a portion of the
    10      amounts  hereby  appropriated  may be suballocated or transferred to
    11      the dormitory authority of the state of New York  for  such  purpose
    12      (30031803) (15420) ... 284,222,000 .............. (re. $127,823,000)
 
    13                       Project Schedule
    14  PROJECT                                             AMOUNT
    15  ----------------------------------------------------------
    16                                      (thousands of dollars)
    17  Baruch College
    18    Campus-wide maintenance to
    19      various facilities ............................. 2,511
    20  Brooklyn College
    21    Campus-wide maintenance to
    22      various facilities ............................. 5,433
    23  City College
    24    Campus-wide maintenance to
    25      various facilities ............................. 8,136
    26  Graduate School and University Center
    27    Campus-wide maintenance to
    28      various facilities ................................ 25
    29  Honors college
    30    Campus-wide maintenance to
    31      various facilities ................................ 25
    32  Hunter College
    33    Campus-wide maintenance to
    34      various facilities ............................. 5,799
    35  John Jay College of Criminal Justice
    36    Campus-wide maintenance to
    37      various facilities ............................. 3,193
    38  Lehman College
    39    Campus-wide maintenance to
    40      various facilities ............................. 2,438
    41  Medgar Evers College
    42    Campus-wide maintenance to
    43      various facilities ............................. 3,096
    44  New York City College of Technology
    45    Campus-wide maintenance to
    46      various facilities ............................. 3,485
    47  Queens College
    48    Campus-wide maintenance to

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                               CITY UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK
                 (APPROPRIATED TO THE CITY UNIVERSITY CONSTRUCTION FUND)
                                     SENIOR COLLEGES
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1      various facilities ............................. 5,433
     2  College of Staten Island
     3    Campus-wide maintenance to
     4      various facilities ............................. 2,877
     5  York College
     6    Campus-wide maintenance to
     7      various facilities ............................. 3,899
     8  For university-wide maintenance or
     9    capital improvement costs at senior
    10    colleges attributable to the findings of
    11    condition surveys for health and safety
    12    needs ............................................ 9,270
    13  For university-wide maintenance or
    14    capital improvement costs at senior
    15    colleges attributable to the findings of
    16    condition surveys for preservation of
    17    facilities needs ................................ 12,463
    18  For university-wide maintenance or
    19    capital improvement costs at senior
    20    colleges attributable to mechanical and
    21    infrastructure needs ............................. 7,210
    22  For university-wide maintenance or
    23    capital improvement costs at senior
    24    colleges attributable to ADA needs ................6,180
    25  For university-wide maintenance or
    26    capital improvement costs at senior
    27    colleges attributable to certificate of
    28    occupancy/public assembly needs .................. 2,060
    29  For university-wide maintenance or
    30    capital improvement costs at senior
    31    colleges attributable to energy
    32    conservation needs ............................... 4,120
    33  For university-wide maintenance or
    34    capital improvement costs at senior
    35    colleges attributable to science lab
    36    upgrade needs .................................... 2,060
    37  For university-wide maintenance or
    38    capital improvement costs at senior
    39    colleges attributable to bathroom
    40    facilities upgrade needs ......................... 1,030
    41  For university-wide maintenance or
    42    capital improvement costs at senior
    43    colleges attributable to educational
    44    technology initiative needs ...................... 6,695
    45  For university-wide maintenance or
    46    capital improvement costs at senior
    47    colleges attributable to science and
    48    technology equipment needs ....................... 5,047
    49  For university-wide maintenance or
    50    capital improvement costs at senior

                                           83                         12654-10-4
 
                               CITY UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK
                 (APPROPRIATED TO THE CITY UNIVERSITY CONSTRUCTION FUND)
                                     SENIOR COLLEGES
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1    colleges attributable to CUNY TV
     2    renovation needs ................................... 515
     3  For university-wide priority capital
     4    maintenance or capital improvement
     5    projects to support the preservation
     6    of facilities .................................. 181,222
     7                                              --------------
     8      Total ........................................ 284,222
     9                                              ==============
 
    10  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 1997:
    11    Alterations and improvements for preservation of facilities (30039703)
    12      (15506) ...   ..... 3,300,000 ..................... (re. $2,241,000)
 
    13  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 1996, for:
    14    Alterations and improvements to roofs on various buildings at Brooklyn
    15      College (30299603) (15524) ... 300,000 .............. (re. $300,000)
 
    16  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 1995, for:
    17    Alterations  and improvements to roofs on various buildings (30239503)
    18      (15524) ...   ..... 5,933,000 ..................... (re. $2,524,000)
 
    19  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 1994, for:
    20    Alterations and improvements to roofs (30039403) (15524) .............
    21      5,579,000 ........................................... (re. $236,000)
 
    22  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 1990, as amended by chapter 54,
    23      section 3, of the laws of 1992, for:
    24    Alterations and improvements for preservation of facilities (30A39003)
    25      (15506) ...   ..... 9,947,000 ....................... (re. $255,000)
 
    26    Capital Projects Funds - Other
    27    Capital Projects Fund - 30000
    28    Program Improvement or Program Change Purpose
 
    29  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 1995, for:
    30    Alterations and  improvements  to  child  care  facilities  (30289508)
    31      (15509) ...   ..... 1,306,000 ....................... (re. $736,000)
 
    32  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 1994, for:
    33    Planning  for master plans, including telecommunications and predesign
    34      project estimates (30389408) (15525) ...   .........................
    35      1,000,000 ........................................... (re. $398,000)
 
    36    PROGRAM CHANGES - EXPANSION AND IMPROVEMENTS (CCP)
 
    37    Capital Projects Funds - Other
    38    Capital Projects Fund - 30000
    39    Program Improvement or Program Change Purpose

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                               CITY UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK
                 (APPROPRIATED TO THE CITY UNIVERSITY CONSTRUCTION FUND)
                                     SENIOR COLLEGES
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2023:
     2    For  services  and expenses related to alterations and improvements to
     3      various facilities including but  not  limited  to  capital  design,
     4      construction,  reconstruction,  rehabilitation,  and  equipment; for
     5      health and safety, preservation of facilities,  program  improvement
     6      or  program  change,  environmental protection, energy conservation,
     7      accreditation, facilities for the physically disabled,  preventative
     8      maintenance  and related projects, acquisition and implementation of
     9      equipment, software, hardware and services in consultation with  the
    10      office  of information technology services, including costs incurred
    11      prior to April 1, 2023 and subject to a plan developed and submitted
    12      annually by the city university of New  York  and  approved  by  the
    13      director  of  the  budget. Funds appropriated herein may be suballo-
    14      cated to the city university of New York following approval  by  the
    15      chancellor  of  the  city university of New York and the director of
    16      the budget (30A12308) (40811) ......................................
    17      100,000,000 ..................................... (re. $100,000,000)
    18    For additional  services  and  expenses  related  to  alterations  and
    19      improvements  to  various  facilities  including  but not limited to
    20      capital design, construction,  reconstruction,  rehabilitation,  and
    21      equipment;  for  health  and  safety,  preservation  of  facilities,
    22      program improvement or  program  change,  environmental  protection,
    23      energy  conservation,  accreditation,  facilities for the physically
    24      disabled, preventative maintenance and related projects, acquisition
    25      and implementation of equipment, software, hardware and services  in
    26      consultation  with  the  office  of information technology services,
    27      including costs incurred prior to April 1, 2023  and  subject  to  a
    28      plan  developed and submitted annually by the city university of New
    29      York and approved by the director of the budget. Funds  appropriated
    30      herein  may  be  suballocated  to  the  city  university of New York
    31      following approval by the chancellor of the city university  of  New
    32      York and the director of the budget (30A42308) [(40811)] (40812) ...
    33      435,000,000 ..................................... (re. $435,000,000)
 
    34  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2022:
    35    For  services  and expenses related to alterations and improvements to
    36      various facilities including but  not  limited  to  capital  design,
    37      construction,  reconstruction,  rehabilitation,  and  equipment; for
    38      health and safety, preservation of facilities,  program  improvement
    39      or  program  change,  environmental protection, energy conservation,
    40      accreditation, facilities for the physically disabled,  preventative
    41      maintenance  and related projects, including costs incurred prior to
    42      April 1, 2022 and subject to a plan developed and submitted annually
    43      by the city university of New York and approved by the  director  of
    44      the budget (30A12208) (40811) ... 425,000,000 ... (re. $425,000,000)
    45    For  additional  services  and  expenses  related  to  alterations and
    46      improvements to various facilities  including  but  not  limited  to
    47      capital  design,  construction,  reconstruction, rehabilitation, and
    48      equipment;  for  health  and  safety,  preservation  of  facilities,
    49      program  improvement  or  program  change, environmental protection,

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                 (APPROPRIATED TO THE CITY UNIVERSITY CONSTRUCTION FUND)
                                     SENIOR COLLEGES
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1      energy conservation, accreditation, facilities  for  the  physically
     2      disabled,  preventative  maintenance and related projects, including
     3      costs incurred prior to April 1, 2022 and subject to a  plan  devel-
     4      oped  and  submitted annually by the city university of New York and
     5      approved by the  director  of  the  budget  (30A42208)  (40812)  ...
     6      110,000,000 ..................................... (re. $110,000,000)
     7    For  services  and expenses related to alterations and improvements to
     8      facilities and capital maintenance for the CUNY School of Labor  and
     9      Urban Studies (30A32208) (40813) ... 3,000,000 .... (re. $3,000,000)
 
    10  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2021:
    11    For the capital costs of training and educational programs in offshore
    12      wind  power,  wind  power,  and other green energy fields (30GE2108)
    13      (40810) ... 10,000,000 ............................ (re. $9,232,000)
    14    For services and expenses related to alterations and  improvements  to
    15      various  facilities  including  but  not  limited to capital design,
    16      construction, reconstruction,  rehabilitation,  and  equipment;  for
    17      health  and  safety, preservation of facilities, program improvement
    18      or program change, environmental  protection,  energy  conservation,
    19      accreditation,  facilities for the physically disabled, preventative
    20      maintenance and related projects, including costs incurred prior  to
    21      April 1, 2021 and subject to a plan developed and submitted annually
    22      by  the  city university of New York and approved by the director of
    23      the budget (30A12108) (40811) ... 100,000,000 .... (re. $98,999,000)
 
    24    Capital Projects Funds - Other
    25    City University Capital Projects Fund - 32250
    26    Program Improvement/Change Purpose

    27  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2020, as amended by chapter 54,
    28      section 1, of the laws of 2022:
    29    For services and expenses of capital improvements, available  to  city
    30      university of New York senior colleges as defined in section 6203 of
    31      the  education law subject to a plan approved by the Director of the
    32      Budget. Funding from this appropriation shall be available for,  but
    33      not limited to, service contracts, memoranda of understanding, capi-
    34      tal  design,  construction,  acquisition,  reconstruction, rehabili-
    35      tation,  equipment  and  personal  service  costs  including   costs
    36      incurred prior to April 1, 2020 (30MB2008) (40807) .................
    37      100,000,000 ..................................... (re. $100,000,000)

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                 (APPROPRIATED TO THE CITY UNIVERSITY CONSTRUCTION FUND)
                                   COMMUNITY COLLEGES
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1  GENERAL MAINTENANCE AND IMPROVEMENTS (CCP)
 
     2    Capital Projects Funds - Other
     3    Capital Projects Fund - 30000
     4    Administration Purpose
 
     5  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2017, as amended by chapter 54,
     6      section 1, of the laws of 2018:
     7    For  services and expenses for state financial assistance to community
     8      colleges for alterations  and  improvements  to  various  facilities
     9      including  services  and  expenses,  capital  design,  construction,
    10      reconstruction, rehabilitation and equipment; for health and safety,
    11      preservation of facilities, new facilities  program  improvement  or
    12      program   change,  environmental  protection,  energy  conservation,
    13      accreditation, facilities for the physically disabled,  and  related
    14      projects, including costs incurred prior to April 1, 2017 subject to
    15      an  annual plan developed by the city university and approved by the
    16      state director of the budget, and which  may  include,  but  not  be
    17      limited  to, projects in the following schedule. Notwithstanding any
    18      other law to the contrary, all or a portion of  the  amounts  hereby
    19      appropriated  may  be  suballocated  or transferred to the dormitory
    20      authority of the state of  New  York  for  such  purpose  (30CC1750)
    21      (81067) ... 80,353,000 ........................... (re. $30,359,000)
 
    22                       Project Schedule
    23                                     ESTIMATED     ESTIMATED
    24                                   TOTAL STATE    50 PERCENT
    25                                 & LOCAL SHARE   STATE SHARE
    26  ----------------------------------------------------------
    27                                      (thousands of dollars)
    28  Bronx Community College
    29    Critical Maintenance ...........    42,000        21,000
    30    Student Success Center .........    14,000         7,000
    31    STEM Resource Center ...........       300           150
    32  Borough Manhattan Community College
    33    Cooling Tower Rehab ............     3,600         1,800
    34    Gymnasium Light Replacement ....       700           350
    35  Hostos Community College
    36    One Stop Student Services Center     7,700         3,850
    37  Kingsborough Community College
    38    Roof Replacements ..............     2,000         1,000
    39    Marina Upgrades ................       500           250
    40    Science Equipment ..............       454           227
    41  LaGuardia Community College
    42    Center for Career and Employment
    43    Training .......................     6,774         3,387
    44  Queensborough Community College
    45    Roof Repairs ...................     2,400         1,200
    46    Kitchen and Cafeteria Renovation     5,600         2,800
    47  For university-wide community college

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                 (APPROPRIATED TO THE CITY UNIVERSITY CONSTRUCTION FUND)
                                   COMMUNITY COLLEGES
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1    critical maintenance or capital
     2    improvement costs attributable to
     3    preservation of facilities .....    60,678        30,339
     4  For university-wide community college
     5    critical maintenance or capital
     6    improvement costs attributable to
     7    facilities which support ASAP
     8    programs .......................    14,000         7,000
     9                                       -------        ------
    10      Total ........................   160,706        80,353
    11                                       =======        ======
 
    12  By chapter 55, section 1, of the laws of 2016, as amended by chapter 54,
    13      section 1, of the laws of 2018:
    14    For  services and expenses for state financial assistance to community
    15      colleges for alterations  and  improvements  to  various  facilities
    16      including  services  and  expenses,  capital  design,  construction,
    17      reconstruction, rehabilitation and equipment; for health and safety,
    18      preservation of facilities, new facilities  program  improvement  or
    19      program   change,  environmental  protection,  energy  conservation,
    20      accreditation, facilities for the physically disabled,  and  related
    21      projects, including costs incurred prior to April 1, 2016 subject to
    22      an  annual plan developed by the city university and approved by the
    23      state director of the budget, and which  may  include,  but  not  be
    24      limited  to, projects in the following schedule. Notwithstanding any
    25      other law to the contrary, all or a portion of  the  amounts  hereby
    26      appropriated  may  be  suballocated  or transferred to the dormitory
    27      authority of the state of  New  York  for  such  purpose  (30CC1650)
    28      (81067) ... 61,640,000 ........................... (re. $11,358,000)
 
    29                       Project Schedule
    30                                     ESTIMATED     ESTIMATED
    31                                   TOTAL STATE    50 PERCENT
    32                                 & LOCAL SHARE   STATE SHARE
    33  ----------------------------------------------------------
    34                                      (thousands of dollars)
    35  Bronx Community College
    36    Alumni Locker Room Accessibility       500           250
    37    EOC Headquarter Renovation .....     1,000           500
    38    Campus Utility Upgrade .........     8,000         4,000
    39    Gould Library Rotunda Staircase      1,330           665
    40    Fire Alarm Upgrades ............     2,908         1,454
    41    Lowe Hall ADA Improvements .....       500           250
    42  Borough Manhattan Community College
    43    Lighting Controls and Sensors ..     1,552           776
    44    Variable Frequency Drives ......     1,934           967
    45    Community Room HVAC ............     2,700         1,350
    46    Perimeter Security Lighting ....       600           300
    47    199 Chambers Upgrade ...........     4,596         2,298
    48  Hostos Community College

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                 (APPROPRIATED TO THE CITY UNIVERSITY CONSTRUCTION FUND)
                                   COMMUNITY COLLEGES
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1    Summer Boiler ..................       206           103
     2    Technology Upgrades ............       430           215
     3  Kingsborough Community College
     4    Pool Renovations ...............     2,000         1,000
     5    Marina Reconstruction ..........     1,500           750
     6  LaGuardia Community College
     7    Staircase Lighting .............       160            80
     8    Center 3 Infrastructure Upgrades    20,000        10,000
     9    Business and Entrepreneurial
    10      Training Center ..............     6,800         3,400
    11    M Building Boiler Replacement ..       546           273
    12    E and C Building Cooling Towers        688           344
    13    Chiller Plant ..................    17,964         8,982
    14  Queensborough Community College
    15    Upgrade Research Labs ..........     3,200         1,600
    16    Central Chiller Plant ..........     2,000         1,000
    17    Electrical System Upgrade ......     7,980         3,990
    18    Kitchen and Cafeteria Renovation     2,000         1,000
    19  For university-wide community college
    20    critical maintenance or capital
    21    improvement costs attributable to
    22    health and safety ..............    14,524         7,262
    23  For university-wide community college
    24    critical maintenance or capital
    25    improvement costs attributable to
    26    preservation of facilities .....    17,462         8,731
    27  For university-wide community college
    28    critical maintenance or capital
    29    improvement costs attributable to
    30    assistive technology ...........       200           100
    31                                       -------        ------
    32      Total ........................   123,280        61,640
    33                                       =======        ======
 
    34  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2015, as amended by chapter 54,
    35      section 1, of the laws of 2018:
    36    For  services and expenses for state financial assistance to community
    37      colleges for alterations  and  improvements  to  various  facilities
    38      including  services  and  expenses,  capital  design,  construction,
    39      reconstruction, rehabilitation and equipment; for health and safety,
    40      preservation of facilities, new facilities  program  improvement  or
    41      program   change,  environmental  protection,  energy  conservation,
    42      accreditation, facilities for the physically disabled,  and  related
    43      projects, including costs incurred prior to April 1, 2015 subject to
    44      an  annual plan developed by the city university and approved by the
    45      state director of the budget, and which  may  include,  but  not  be
    46      limited  to, projects in the following schedule. Notwithstanding any
    47      other law to the contrary, all or a portion of  the  amounts  hereby
    48      appropriated  may  be  suballocated  or transferred to the dormitory

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                 (APPROPRIATED TO THE CITY UNIVERSITY CONSTRUCTION FUND)
                                   COMMUNITY COLLEGES
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25

     1      authority of the state of  New  York  for  such  purpose  (30C11550)
     2      (40801) ... 4,503,000 ............................. (re. $4,503,000)
 
     3                       Project Schedule
     4                                     ESTIMATED     ESTIMATED
     5                                   TOTAL STATE    50 PERCENT
     6                                 & LOCAL SHARE   STATE SHARE
     7  ----------------------------------------------------------
     8                                      (thousands of dollars)
     9  Hostos Community College
    10    Allied Health and Sciences
    11      Building Complex .............     9,006         4,503
    12                                       -------        ------
    13      Total ........................     9,006         4,503
    14                                       =======        ======
    15    For  services and expenses for state financial assistance to community
    16      colleges for alterations  and  improvements  to  various  facilities
    17      including  services  and  expenses,  capital  design,  construction,
    18      acquisition,  reconstruction,  rehabilitation  and  equipment;   for
    19      health  and  safety,  preservation  of  facilities,  new facilities,
    20      program improvement or  program  change,  environmental  protection,
    21      energy  conservation,  accreditation,  facilities for the physically
    22      disabled, and related projects, including costs  incurred  prior  to
    23      April  1,  2015  subject  to  an  annual  plan developed by the city
    24      university and approved by the state director  of  the  budget,  and
    25      which  may include, but not be limited to, projects in the following
    26      schedule. Notwithstanding any other law to the contrary,  all  or  a
    27      portion  of  the  amounts hereby appropriated may be suballocated or
    28      transferred to the dormitory authority of the state of New York  for
    29      such purpose (30CC1550) (81067) ... 16,422,000 ... (re. $11,245,000)
 
    30                       Project Schedule
    31                                     ESTIMATED     ESTIMATED
    32                                   TOTAL STATE    50 PERCENT
    33                                 & LOCAL SHARE   STATE SHARE
    34  ----------------------------------------------------------
    35                                      (thousands of dollars)
    36  Bronx Community College
    37    Ohio Track and Field Restoration       750           375
    38    Monument Hill Restoration ......       400           200
    39    Gould Memorial Library Windows .       900           450
    40    Bliss Hall ADA Improvements ....       600           300
    41    Computer and Lab Upgrades ......        70            35
    42  Hostos Community College
    43    475 Grand Concourse HVAC Upgrades    3,000         1,500
    44  Kingsborough Community College
    45    Pool Upgrades ..................     2,000         1,000
    46    Science and Resiliency Institute    10,000         5,000
    47  LaGuardia Community College
    48    Faculty Offices and Training Center  1,500           750

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                 (APPROPRIATED TO THE CITY UNIVERSITY CONSTRUCTION FUND)
                                   COMMUNITY COLLEGES
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1    Tech Center ....................       200           100
     2  Queensborough Community College
     3    Roof Repairs ...................     1,700           850
     4    Central Kitchen and
     5    Cafeteria Renovation ...........     1,100           550
     6  For university-wide community college
     7    critical maintenance or capital
     8    improvement costs attributable to
     9    the preservation of facilities .     4,064         2,032
    10  For university-wide community college
    11    critical maintenance or capital
    12    improvement costs attributable to
    13    accelerated conservation and
    14    efficiency projects ............     6,560         3,280
    15                                       -------        ------
    16      Total ........................    32,844        16,422
    17                                       =======        ======
 
    18  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2014, as amended by chapter 54,
    19      section 1, of the laws of 2018:
    20    An  advance  for  state financial assistance to community colleges for
    21      alterations  and  improvements  to  existing  facilities   including
    22      services and expenses, capital design, construction, reconstruction,
    23      rehabilitation and equipment; for health and safety, preservation of
    24      facilities,  program  improvement  or  program change, environmental
    25      protection, energy conservation, accreditation, facilities  for  the
    26      physically  disabled, and related projects, including costs incurred
    27      prior to April 1, 2014 subject to an annual plan  developed  by  the
    28      city  university  and  approved by the state director of the budget,
    29      and which may include, but  not  be  limited  to,  projects  in  the
    30      following  schedule.  Notwithstanding any other law to the contrary,
    31      all or a portion of the amounts hereby appropriated may be  suballo-
    32      cated  or transferred to the dormitory authority of the state of New
    33      York for such purpose (30CC1450) (81067) ...........................
    34      15,628,000 ........................................ (re. $4,860,000)
 
    35                       Project Schedule
    36                                     ESTIMATED     ESTIMATED
    37                                   TOTAL STATE    50 PERCENT
    38                                 & LOCAL SHARE   STATE SHARE
    39  ----------------------------------------------------------
    40                                      (thousands of dollars)
    41  Borough of Manhattan Community
    42    College
    43    Campus-wide critical maintenance
    44    to various facilities ..........     3,500         1,750
    45  Bronx Community College
    46    Campus-wide critical maintenance
    47    to various facilities ..........     2,200         1,100
    48  Kingsborough Community College

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                 (APPROPRIATED TO THE CITY UNIVERSITY CONSTRUCTION FUND)
                                   COMMUNITY COLLEGES
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1    Campus-wide critical maintenance
     2    to various facilities ..........     3,000         1,500
     3  LaGuardia Community College
     4    Campus-wide critical maintenance
     5    to various facilities ..........     6,000         3,000
     6  Queensborough Community College
     7    Campus-wide critical maintenance
     8    to various facilities ..........     5,500         2,750
     9  For university-wide community college
    10    critical maintenance or capital
    11    improvement costs attributable to
    12    the preservation of facilities .     5,456         2,728
    13  For university-wide community college
    14    critical maintenance or capital
    15    improvement costs attributable to
    16    accelerated conservation and
    17    efficiency projects ............     5,600         2,800
    18                                       -------        ------
    19      Total ........................    31,256        15,628
    20                                       =======        ======
 
    21  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2013, as amended by chapter 54,
    22      section 1, of the laws of 2018:
    23    An  advance  for  state financial assistance to community colleges for
    24      alterations  and  improvements  to  various   facilities   including
    25      services  and  expenses,  capital design, construction, acquisition,
    26      reconstruction, rehabilitation and equipment; for health and safety,
    27      preservation of facilities, new facilities, program  improvement  or
    28      program   change,  environmental  protection,  energy  conservation,
    29      accreditation, facilities for the physically disabled,  and  related
    30      projects, including costs incurred prior to April 1, 2013 subject to
    31      an  annual plan developed by the city university and approved by the
    32      state director of the budget, and which  may  include,  but  not  be
    33      limited  to, projects in the following schedule. Notwithstanding any
    34      other law to the contrary, all or a portion of  the  amounts  hereby
    35      appropriated  may  be  suballocated  or transferred to the dormitory
    36      authority of the state of  New  York  for  such  purpose  (30CC1350)
    37      (81067) ... 8,100,000 ............................. (re. $1,235,000)
 
    38                       Project Schedule
    39                                     ESTIMATED     ESTIMATED
    40                                   TOTAL STATE    50 PERCENT
    41                                 & LOCAL SHARE   STATE SHARE
    42  ----------------------------------------------------------
    43                                      (thousands of dollars)
    44  Borough of Manhattan Community
    45    College
    46    Campus-wide critical maintenance
    47    to various facilities ..........     2,000         1,000
    48  Bronx Community College

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                                   COMMUNITY COLLEGES
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1    Campus-wide critical maintenance
     2    to various facilities ..........     2,850         1,425
     3  Hostos Community College
     4    Campus-wide critical maintenance
     5    to various facilities ..........     3,500         1,750
     6  Kingsborough Community College
     7    Campus-wide critical maintenance
     8    to various facilities ..........     1,650           825
     9  LaGuardia Community College
    10    Campus-wide critical maintenance
    11    to various facilities ..........     2,000         1,000
    12  Queensborough Community College
    13    Campus-wide critical maintenance
    14    to various facilities ..........     4,200         2,100
    15                                       -------        ------
    16      Total ........................    16,200         8,100
    17                                       =======        ======
 
    18  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2012, as amended by chapter 54,
    19      section 1, of the laws of 2018:
    20    An  advance  for  state financial assistance to community colleges for
    21      alterations  and  improvements  to  various   facilities   including
    22      services  and  expenses,  capital design, construction, acquisition,
    23      reconstruction, rehabilitation and equipment; for health and safety,
    24      preservation of facilities, new facilities, program  improvement  or
    25      program   change,  environmental  protection,  energy  conservation,
    26      accreditation, facilities for the physically disabled,  and  related
    27      projects, including costs incurred prior to April 1, 2012 subject to
    28      an  annual plan developed by the city university and approved by the
    29      state director of the budget, and which  may  include,  but  not  be
    30      limited  to, projects in the following schedule. Notwithstanding any
    31      other law to the contrary, all or a portion of  the  amounts  hereby
    32      appropriated  may  be  suballocated  or transferred to the dormitory
    33      authority of the state of  New  York  for  such  purpose  (30CC1250)
    34      (81067) ... 26,704,000 ........................... (re. $18,055,000)

    35                       Project Schedule
    36                                     ESTIMATED     ESTIMATED
    37                                   TOTAL STATE    50 PERCENT
    38                                 & LOCAL SHARE   STATE SHARE
    39  ----------------------------------------------------------
    40                                      (thousands of dollars)
    41  Borough of Manhattan Community
    42    College
    43    Campus-wide critical maintenance
    44    to various facilities ..........    14,400         7,200
    45  Bronx Community College
    46    Campus-wide critical maintenance
    47    to various facilities ..........     6,000         3,000
    48  Kingsborough Community College

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                 (APPROPRIATED TO THE CITY UNIVERSITY CONSTRUCTION FUND)
                                   COMMUNITY COLLEGES
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1    Campus-wide critical maintenance
     2    to various facilities ..........     7,500         3,750
     3    Health Technologies Education
     4    Center .........................     4,908         2,454
     5  LaGuardia Community College
     6    Center 3 Facade Replacement ....     3,800         1,900
     7    Campus-wide critical maintenance
     8    to various facilities ..........     6,800         3,400
     9  Queensborough Community College
    10    Central Kitchen/Cafeteria ......     2,400         1,200
    11    Campus-wide critical maintenance
    12    to various facilities ..........     7,600         3,800
    13                                       -------        ------
    14      Total ........................    55,408        26,704
    15                                       =======        ======

    16  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2011, as amended by chapter 54,
    17      section 1, of the laws of 2018:
    18    An  advance  for  state financial assistance to community colleges for
    19      alterations  and  improvements  to  various   facilities   including
    20      services  and  expenses,  capital design, construction, acquisition,
    21      reconstruction, rehabilitation and equipment; for health and safety,
    22      preservation of facilities, new facilities, program  improvement  or
    23      program   change,  environmental  protection,  energy  conservation,
    24      accreditation, facilities for the physically disabled,  and  related
    25      projects, including costs incurred prior to April 1, 2011 subject to
    26      an  annual plan developed by the city university and approved by the
    27      state director of the budget which shall  include  projects  in  the
    28      following  schedule.  Notwithstanding any other law to the contrary,
    29      all or a portion of the amounts hereby appropriated may be  suballo-
    30      cated  or transferred to the dormitory authority of the state of New
    31      York for such purpose (30CC1150) (81067) ...........................
    32      31,239,000 ....................................... (re. $19,775,000)
 
    33                       Project Schedule
    34                                     ESTIMATED     ESTIMATED
    35                                   TOTAL STATE    50 PERCENT
    36                                 & LOCAL SHARE   STATE SHARE
    37  ----------------------------------------------------------
    38                                      (thousands of dollars)
    39  Borough of Manhattan Community
    40    College
    41      Theater Upgrades and
    42    Equipment ......................     3,400         1,700
    43  Bronx Community College
    44    Campus-wide Roofing,
    45    Ph. I ..........................     4,068         2,034
    46  Kingsborough Community College
    47    Theater Upgrades and Sciences Bldg-
    48    Infrastructure .................     5,150         2,575

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                               CITY UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK
                 (APPROPRIATED TO THE CITY UNIVERSITY CONSTRUCTION FUND)
                                   COMMUNITY COLLEGES
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1    T2 Building Upgrades ...........     7,200         3,600
     2  LaGuardia Community College
     3    Center 3 Facade, Ph. I .........     5,000         2,500
     4    Center 3 Upgrades ..............     1,000           500
     5    Campus Improvements ............    10,000         5,000
     6  Queensborough Community College
     7    Central Kitchen/Dining Hall
     8    Renovation .....................     8,660         4,330
     9    Upgrade Campus-wide Electrical
    10    System, Ph. II .................    18,000         9,000
    11                                       -------        ------
    12      Total ........................    62,478        31,239
    13                                       =======        ======
 
    14  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2010, as amended by chapter 54,
    15      section 1, of the laws of 2018:
    16    An  advance  for  state financial assistance to community colleges for
    17      alterations  and  improvements  to  various   facilities   including
    18      services  and  expenses,  capital design, construction, acquisition,
    19      reconstruction, rehabilitation and equipment; for health and safety,
    20      preservation of facilities, new facilities, program  improvement  or
    21      program   change,  environmental  protection,  energy  conservation,
    22      accreditation, facilities for the physically disabled,  and  related
    23      projects, including costs incurred prior to April 1, 2010 subject to
    24      an  annual plan developed by the city university and approved by the
    25      state director of the budget which shall  include  projects  in  the
    26      following  schedule.  Notwithstanding any other law to the contrary,
    27      all or a portion of the amounts hereby appropriated may be  suballo-
    28      cated  or transferred to the dormitory authority of the state of New
    29      York for such purpose (30CC1050) (81067) ...........................
    30      34,563,000 ........................................ (re. $5,502,000)
 
    31                       Project Schedule
    32                                     ESTIMATED     ESTIMATED
    33                                   TOTAL STATE    50 PERCENT
    34                                 & LOCAL SHARE   STATE SHARE
    35  ----------------------------------------------------------
    36                                      (thousands of dollars)
    37  Borough of Manhattan Community
    38    College
    39      Central Plant Upgrades,
    40      199 Chambers Street ..........    14,000         7,000
    41  Bronx Community College
    42    Campus-wide Utility Upgrades,
    43      Ph. I ........................    18,626         9,313
    44  Kingsborough Community College
    45    Mechanical and Infrastructure
    46    Improvements ...................     4,000         2,000
    47  LaGuardia Community College
    48    Conference Facility Space ......     2,000         1,000

                                           95                         12654-10-4
 
                               CITY UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK
                 (APPROPRIATED TO THE CITY UNIVERSITY CONSTRUCTION FUND)
                                   COMMUNITY COLLEGES
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1    Center 3 Office Space and
     2      Elevators ....................     2,500         1,250
     3    Facility Upgrades ..............    10,000         5,000
     4  Queensborough Community College
     5    Upgrade Campus-wide Electrical
     6      System, Ph. I ................    18,000         9,000
     7                                       -------        ------
     8      Total ........................    69,126        34,563
     9                                       =======        ======
 
    10  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2008:
    11    State  financial  assistance to community colleges for alterations and
    12      improvements to various facilities for minor rehabilitation, includ-
    13      ing but not limited to capital  design,  construction,  acquisition,
    14      reconstruction,  rehabilitation, and equipment; for health and safe-
    15      ty, preservation  of  facilities,  program  improvement  or  program
    16      change,  environmental  protection,  energy  conservation,  accredi-
    17      tation, facilities for the physically disabled, preventative mainte-
    18      nance and related projects, including costs incurred prior to  April
    19      1,  2008,  and  subject  to  a  plan  submitted annually by the city
    20      university of New York and approved by the director  of  the  budget
    21      (30110850) (15514) ... 2,750,000 .................. (re. $2,750,000)
 
    22  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2008, as amended by chapter 54,
    23      section 1, of the laws of 2018:
    24    Advances  for  alterations  and improvements to various facilities for
    25      capital critical maintenance and  strategic  initiatives,  including
    26      but not limited to capital design, construction, acquisition, recon-
    27      struction,  rehabilitation,  and  equipment;  for health and safety,
    28      preservation of facilities, new facilities, program  improvement  or
    29      program   change,  environmental  protection,  energy  conservation,
    30      accreditation, facilities for the physically disabled,  preventative
    31      maintenance  and related projects, including costs incurred prior to
    32      April 1, 2008, and subject to a plan developed and submitted annual-
    33      ly by the city university of New York and approved by  the  director
    34      of  the  budget,  and  which  may  include,  but  not be limited to,
    35      projects in the following schedule. Notwithstanding any other law to
    36      the contrary, all or a portion of the  amounts  hereby  appropriated
    37      may be suballocated or transferred to the dormitory authority of the
    38      state of New York for such purpose (30090850) (15518) ..............
    39      206,908,000 ...................................... (re. $40,477,000)
 
    40                       Project Schedule
    41                                     ESTIMATED     ESTIMATED
    42                                   TOTAL STATE    50 PERCENT
    43                                 & LOCAL SHARE   STATE SHARE
    44  ----------------------------------------------------------
    45                                      (thousands of dollars)
    46  Borough of Manhattan Community
    47    College

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                 (APPROPRIATED TO THE CITY UNIVERSITY CONSTRUCTION FUND)
                                   COMMUNITY COLLEGES

                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1    Fiterman Hall ..................   102,200        51,100
     2  Bronx Community College
     3    North Instructional Building ...    24,762        12,381
     4    Backflow Prevention Devices ....     3,400         1,700
     5    Campus-wide Roof Replacement ...     1,932           966
     6  Hostos Community College
     7    500 Grand Concourse ............    18,446         9,223
     8  Kingsborough Community College
     9    Laboratories and Mechanical
    10    Infrastructure Upgrade Phase I .     5,000         2,500
    11  Medgar Evers College
    12    Academic Building I ............    68,346        34,173
    13    Carroll Street Building ........    12,000         6,000
    14  University-wide
    15    CUNY ERP (CUNY FIRST) ..........    27,600        13,800
    16    Project Administration .........    15,430         7,715
    17  For university-wide critical main-
    18    tenance or capital improvement
    19    costs at community colleges
    20    attributable to the findings
    21    of condition surveys for health
    22    and safety needs ...............    35,000        17,500
    23  For university-wide critical main-
    24    tenance or capital improvement
    25    costs at community colleges
    26    attributable to the findings
    27    of condition surveys for
    28    preservation of facilities needs    35,000        17,500
    29  For university-wide critical main-
    30    tenance or capital improvement
    31    costs at community colleges
    32    attributable to ADA needs ......    15,000         7,500
    33  For university-wide critical main-
    34    tenance or capital improvement
    35    costs at community colleges
    36    attributable to certificate of
    37    occupancy/public assembly needs     18,000         9,000
    38  For university-wide critical main-
    39    tenance or capital improvement
    40    costs at community colleges
    41    attributable to energy
    42    conservation needs .............    18,000         9,000
    43  For university-wide critical main-
    44    tenance or capital improvement
    45    costs at community colleges
    46    attributable to science lab
    47    upgrade needs ..................     7,200         3,600
    48  For university-wide critical main-
    49    tenance or capital improvement
    50    costs at community colleges

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                 (APPROPRIATED TO THE CITY UNIVERSITY CONSTRUCTION FUND)
                                   COMMUNITY COLLEGES
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1    attributable to educational
     2    technology initiative needs ....     4,000         2,000
     3  For university-wide critical main-
     4    tenance or capital improvement
     5    costs at community colleges
     6    attributable to athletic
     7    facilities upgrade needs .......     2,500         1,250
     8                                  ------------  ------------
     9    Total ..........................   413,816       206,908
    10                                  ============  ============
 
    11  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2007, as amended by chapter 54,
    12      section 1, of the laws of 2018:
    13    An  advance  for  state financial assistance to community colleges for
    14      alterations  and  improvements  to  various   facilities   including
    15      services  and  expenses,  capital design, construction, acquisition,
    16      reconstruction, rehabilitation and equipment; for health and safety,
    17      preservation of facilities, new facilities, program  improvement  or
    18      program   change,  environmental  protection,  energy  conservation,
    19      accreditation, facilities for the physically disabled,  and  related
    20      projects, including costs incurred prior to April 1, 2007 subject to
    21      an  annual plan developed by the city university and approved by the
    22      state director of the budget which shall  include  projects  in  the
    23      following  schedule.  Notwithstanding any other law to the contrary,
    24      all or a portion of the amounts hereby appropriated may be  suballo-
    25      cated  or transferred to the dormitory authority of the state of New
    26      York for such purpose (30660750) (81067) ...........................
    27      40,800,000 ........................................ (re. $2,697,000)
 
    28                       Project Schedule
    29                                     ESTIMATED     ESTIMATED
    30                                   TOTAL STATE    50 PERCENT
    31                                 & LOCAL SHARE   STATE SHARE
    32  ----------------------------------------------------------
    33                                      (thousands of dollars)
    34  Borough of Manhattan Community College
    35    Fiterman Hall Replacement ......    40,000        20,000
    36  Bronx Community College
    37    Mechanical Systems Upgrades ....     1,800           900
    38  Medgar Evers
    39    Academic Building I ............    22,000        11,000
    40  For University-wide critical
    41    maintenance or capital im-
    42    provement costs at community
    43    colleges attributable to the
    44    findings of condition sur-
    45    veys for health and safety
    46    needs ..........................     4,800         2,400
    47  For university-wide critical
    48    maintenance or capital im-

                                           98                         12654-10-4

                               CITY UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK
                 (APPROPRIATED TO THE CITY UNIVERSITY CONSTRUCTION FUND)
                                   COMMUNITY COLLEGES
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1    provement costs at community
     2    colleges attributable to the
     3    findings of condition sur-
     4    veys for preservation of
     5    facilities needs ...............     3,000         1,500
     6  For university-wide critical
     7    maintenance or capital im-
     8    provement costs at community
     9    colleges to correct defic-
    10    iencies in the mechanical,
    11    electrical and plumbing
    12    infrastructure .................    10,000         5,000
    13                                       -------       -------
    14    Total ..........................    81,600        40,800
    15                                       =======       =======

    16  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2006, as amended by chapter 54,
    17      section 1, of the laws of 2018:
    18    An  advance  for  state financial assistance to community colleges for
    19      alterations  and  improvements  to  various   facilities   including
    20      services  and  expenses,  capital design, construction, acquisition,
    21      reconstruction, rehabilitation and equipment; for health and safety,
    22      preservation of facilities, new facilities, program  improvement  or
    23      program   change,  environmental  protection,  energy  conservation,
    24      accreditation, facilities for the physically disabled,  and  related
    25      projects, including costs incurred prior to April 1, 2006 subject to
    26      an  annual plan developed by the city university which shall include
    27      projects in the following schedule. Notwithstanding any other law to
    28      the contrary, all or a portion of the  amounts  hereby  appropriated
    29      may be suballocated or transferred to the dormitory authority of the
    30      state of New York for such purpose (30660650) (81067) ..............
    31      8,769,000 ......................................... (re. $1,468,000)
 
    32                       Project Schedule
    33                                     ESTIMATED     ESTIMATED
    34                                   TOTAL STATE    50 PERCENT
    35                                 & LOCAL SHARE   STATE SHARE
    36  ----------------------------------------------------------
    37                                      (thousands of dollars)
    38  Medgar Evers College
    39    Theater ........................     3,450         1,725
    40    Auditorium .....................    14,088         7,044
    41                                       -------        ------
    42    Total ..........................    17,538         8,769
    43                                       =======        ======
 
    44  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2006, as amended by chapter 54,
    45      section 1, of the laws of 2018:
    46    Additional   advance  for  state  financial  assistance  to  community
    47      colleges for alterations  and  improvements  to  various  facilities

                                           99                         12654-10-4
 
                               CITY UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK
                 (APPROPRIATED TO THE CITY UNIVERSITY CONSTRUCTION FUND)
                                   COMMUNITY COLLEGES
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1      including capital design, construction, acquisition, reconstruction,
     2      rehabilitation, equipment and personal service costs; for health and
     3      safety, preservation of facilities, new facilities, program improve-
     4      ment  or  program change, environmental protection, energy conserva-
     5      tion, accreditation, facilities  for  the  physically  disabled  and
     6      related  projects  including  costs incurred prior to April 1, 2006.
     7      Notwithstanding any other law to the contrary, all or a  portion  of
     8      the  amounts  hereby appropriated may be suballocated or transferred
     9      to the dormitory authority of the state of New York for such purpose
    10      (30660650) (81067) ... 66,580,000 ................ (re. $21,116,000)
 
    11                       Project Schedule
    12                                     ESTIMATED     ESTIMATED
    13                                   TOTAL STATE    50 PERCENT
    14                                 & LOCAL SHARE   STATE SHARE
    15  ----------------------------------------------------------
    16                                      (thousands of dollars)
    17  Borough of Manhattan Community
    18      College
    19    Fiterman Hall Replacement ......    15,000         7,500
    20    Chambers Street Renovations
    21    Phase II .......................    14,000         7,000
    22  Bronx Community College
    23    Mechanical System Upgrades .....     6,000         3,000
    24  Hostos Community College
    25    Renovations in 475 Grand Concourse   6,000         3,000
    26  Kings Borough Community College
    27    Air conditioning T5 ............       218           109
    28    Renovation of former auditorium T2
    29    building as learning resource
    30    center .........................     2,000         1,000
    31    Air conditioning T4 ............       942           471
    32    Mechanical System Upgrades .....     6,000         3,000
    33  Laguardia Community College
    34    Renovations of Center 3 ........    14,000         7,000
    35  Acquisition and Renovation
    36    of an Additional Educational
    37    Building .......................    55,000        27,500
    38  Medgar Evers
    39    Academic I .....................     8,000         4,000
    40  Queensborough Community College
    41    Renovation of Science Building .     6,000         3,000
    42                                      --------      --------
    43      Total ........................   133,160        66,580
    44                                      ========      ========
 
    45  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2005, as amended by chapter 54,
    46      section 1, of the laws of 2018:
    47    An advance for state financial assistance to  community  colleges  for
    48      alterations   and   improvements  to  various  facilities  including

                                           100                        12654-10-4

                               CITY UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK
                 (APPROPRIATED TO THE CITY UNIVERSITY CONSTRUCTION FUND)
                                   COMMUNITY COLLEGES
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1      services and expenses, capital  design,  construction,  acquisition,
     2      reconstruction, rehabilitation and equipment; for health and safety,
     3      preservation  of  facilities, new facilities, program improvement or
     4      program   change,  environmental  protection,  energy  conservation,
     5      accreditation, facilities for the physically disabled,  and  related
     6      projects, including costs incurred prior to April 1, 2005 subject to
     7      an  annual plan developed by the city university which shall include
     8      projects in the following schedule. Notwithstanding any other law to
     9      the contrary, all or a portion of the  amounts  hereby  appropriated
    10      may be suballocated or transferred to the dormitory authority of the
    11      state of New York for such purpose (30590550) (81067) ..............
    12      105,849,000 ....................................... (re. $5,441,000)
 
    13                       Project Schedule
    14                                     ESTIMATED     ESTIMATED
    15                                   TOTAL STATE    50 PERCENT
    16                                 & LOCAL SHARE   STATE SHARE
    17  ----------------------------------------------------------
    18                                      (thousands of dollars)
    19  Queensborough Community College
    20    Holocaust Resource Center ......... 3,000          1,500
    21    Instruction Building Planning
    22    and Design Costs .................. 4,948          2,474
    23    Upgrade Campus Wide Electric
    24    System ............................ 1,000            500
    25    Upgrade Campus Wide Drainage
    26    System ............................ 1,000            500
    27  Kingsborough Community College
    28    Roof Replacement .................. 3,000          1,500
    29    Additional Roof Replacement ....... 3,000          1,500
    30    Fire Alarm Rehab .................. 6,256          3,128
    31    Gymnasium ......................... 6,060          3,030
    32    Marine/Academic Center ............ 5,050          2,525
    33    Primary Arts Center ................. 850            425
    34  Hostos Community College
    35    475 Grand Concourse Renovation .... 4,948          2,474
    36    Site Acquisition .................... 750            375
    37  LaGuardia Community College
    38    Center 3 Renovations, Phase II .... 5,346          2,673
    39    Department of Humanities
    40    Renovation ....................... 17,012          8,506
    41    Department of Computer Information
    42    Systems .......................... 21,000         10,500
    43  Medgar Evers College
    44    Athletic Fields ................... 1,960            980
    45  Bronx Community College
    46    North Instructional Building ..... 60,962         30,481
    47    Mechanical Systems &
    48    Infrastructure Upgrade Phase 1 .... 4,074          2,037
    49  Borough Manhattan Community College

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                 (APPROPRIATED TO THE CITY UNIVERSITY CONSTRUCTION FUND)
                                   COMMUNITY COLLEGES
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1    Training Program for Emergency
     2    First Response ................... 21,400         10,700
     3    North campus building ............. 2,000          1,000
     4    Chambers Street Renovation Phase
     5    II ................................ 5,506          2,753
     6  Universitywide
     7    For condition assessment: Health
     8    and Safety ........................ 9,762          4,881
     9    For condition assessment:
    10    Facilities Preservation ........... 3,994          1,997
    11    For condition assessment: ADA ..... 3,820          1,910
    12    For construction, acquisition,
    13    renovation or rehabilitation of
    14    facilities including equipment and
    15    other necessary incidental costs
    16    related to the CUNY Incubator
    17    Network .......................... 15,000          7,500
    18                                      -------        -------
    19      Total ......................... 211,698        105,849
    20                                      =======        =======
 
    21  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2003:
    22    State  financial  assistance to community colleges for alterations and
    23      improvements to various facilities including services and  expenses,
    24      capital design, construction, acquisition, reconstruction, rehabili-
    25      tation and equipment; for health and safety, preservation of facili-
    26      ties,  new  facilities, program improvement or program change, envi-
    27      ronmental protection, energy conservation, accreditation, facilities
    28      for the physically  disabled,  preventive  maintenance  and  related
    29      projects,  including  costs  incurred  prior  to  April 1, 2003, and
    30      subject to a plan submitted annually by the city university  of  New
    31      York  and  approved  by  the state director of the budget (30020350)
    32      (15514) ... 5,000,000 ............................. (re. $3,711,000)
 
    33  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2003, as amended by chapter 54,
    34      section 1, of the laws of 2018:
    35    An advance for state financial assistance to  community  colleges  for
    36      alterations   and   improvements  to  various  facilities  including
    37      services and expenses, capital  design,  construction,  acquisition,
    38      reconstruction, rehabilitation and equipment; for health and safety,
    39      preservation  of  facilities, new facilities, program improvement or
    40      program  change,  environmental  protection,  energy   conservation,
    41      accreditation,  facilities  for the physically disabled, and related
    42      projects, including costs incurred prior to April 1,  2003,  subject
    43      to  an  annual plan developed by the city university and approved by
    44      the state director of the budget, and which may include, but not  be
    45      limited  to, projects in the following schedule. Notwithstanding any
    46      other law to the contrary, all or a portion of  the  amounts  hereby
    47      appropriated  may  be  suballocated  or transferred to the dormitory

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                               CITY UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK
                 (APPROPRIATED TO THE CITY UNIVERSITY CONSTRUCTION FUND)
                                   COMMUNITY COLLEGES
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1      authority of the state of  New  York  for  such  purpose  (30050350)
     2      (81067) ... 50,000,000 ........................... (re. $45,250,000)
 
     3                Project Schedule
     4                                        AMOUNT
     5  --------------------------------------------
     6                        (thousands of dollars)
     7  Medgar Evers College ................ 19,400
     8    -Academic Building I
     9  University-wide ..................... 30,600
    10    -For  university-wide  crit-
    11      ical  maintenance or capi-
    12      tal   improvement    costs
    13      attributable  to the find-
    14      ings of condition  surveys
    15      for   health  and  safety,
    16      preservation of facilities
    17      and access for  the  phys-
    18      ically    disabled;   code
    19      compliance;       asbestos
    20      removal;      emergencies;
    21      energy conservation needs;
    22      fire  alarms,  sprinklers,
    23      electrical    distribution
    24      and  heating  and  cooling
    25      system  requirements;  and
    26      other similar  campus-wide
    27      and system-wide needs
    28                                  ------------
    29      Total ........................... 50,000
    30                                  ============
 
    31  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 1998, as amended by chapter 54,
    32      section 1, of the laws of 2018:
    33    An  advance  for  state financial assistance to community colleges for
    34      alterations and improvements to various facilities including capital
    35      design, construction,  acquisition,  reconstruction,  rehabilitation
    36      and  equipment;  for  health and safety, preservation of facilities,
    37      new facilities, program improvement or program change, environmental
    38      protection, energy conservation, accreditation, facilities  for  the
    39      physically disabled, and related projects according to the following
    40      project schedule. Notwithstanding any other law to the contrary, all
    41      or  a portion of the amounts hereby appropriated may be suballocated
    42      or transferred to the dormitory authority of the state of  New  York
    43      for such purpose (303198C1) (81067) ................................
    44      109,700,000 ...................................... (re. $12,416,000)

    45                Project Schedule
    46                                        AMOUNT
    47  --------------------------------------------

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                 (APPROPRIATED TO THE CITY UNIVERSITY CONSTRUCTION FUND)
                                   COMMUNITY COLLEGES
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1                        (thousands of dollars)
     2    For payment of up to one-
     3      half of the total capital
     4      costs for community
     5      colleges for health and
     6      safety projects based on
     7      the results of building
     8      condition surveys ............... 1,500
     9    For payment of up to one-
    10      half of the total capital
    11      costs for community
    12      colleges for asbestos
    13      removal and abatement ........... 1,000
    14    For payment of up to one-
    15      half of the total capital
    16      costs for community
    17      colleges for preservation
    18      of facilities projects
    19      based on the results of
    20      building condition surveys ...... 2,000
    21    For payment of up to one-
    22      half of the total capital
    23      costs for community
    24      colleges for making
    25      facilities accessible to the
    26      physically disabled based
    27      on the results of building
    28      condition surveys ............... 1,000
    29    For payment of up to one-
    30      half of the total capital
    31      costs for community
    32      colleges for the
    33      telecommunications initiative ... 2,000
    34    For payment of up to one-
    35      half of the total capital
    36      costs for community
    37      colleges for energy
    38      conservation .................... 1,000
    39    For payment of up to one-
    40      half of the total capital
    41      costs for community
    42      colleges for the
    43      educational technology
    44      equipment initiative ............ 1,500
    45    An additional advance for
    46      state financial assistance
    47      to community colleges for
    48      alterations and
    49      improvements to various
    50      facilities including capital

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                               CITY UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK
                 (APPROPRIATED TO THE CITY UNIVERSITY CONSTRUCTION FUND)
                                   COMMUNITY COLLEGES
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1      design, construction,
     2      acquisition, reconstruction,
     3      rehabilitation and
     4      equipment; for health and
     5      safety, preservation of
     6      facilities, new facilities,
     7      program improvement or
     8      program change, environ-
     9      mental protection, energy
    10      conservation, accredita-
    11      tion, facilities for the
    12      physically disabled, and
    13      related projects according
    14      to the following project
    15      schedule (303198C1) ............ 99,700
    16                               --------------
    17      Total ......................... 109,700
    18                               ==============
 
    19    Capital Projects Funds - Other
    20    Capital Projects Fund - 30000
    21    Preservation of Facilities Purpose
 
    22  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2023:
    23    For  services and expenses for the state share of financial assistance
    24      to community colleges for alterations and  improvements  to  various
    25      facilities,   including   services  and  expenses,  capital  design,
    26      construction,  reconstruction,  rehabilitation  and  equipment;  for
    27      health  and  safety,  preservation  of  facilities,  new facilities,
    28      program improvement or  program  change,  environmental  protection,
    29      energy  conservation,  accreditation,  facilities for the physically
    30      disabled, and related projects, including costs  incurred  prior  to
    31      April  1,  2023  subject  to  an  annual  plan developed by the city
    32      university and  approved  by  the  state  director  of  the  budget.
    33      Notwithstanding  any  other law to the contrary, all or a portion of
    34      the amounts hereby appropriated may be suballocated  or  transferred
    35      to the dormitory authority of the state of New York for such purpose
    36      (30CC2303) (81067) ... 119,667,000 .............. (re. $119,667,000)

    37  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2022:
    38    For  services and expenses for the state share of financial assistance
    39      to community colleges for alterations and  improvements  to  various
    40      facilities,   including   services  and  expenses,  capital  design,
    41      construction,  reconstruction,  rehabilitation  and  equipment;  for
    42      health  and  safety,  preservation  of  facilities,  new facilities,
    43      program improvement or  program  change,  environmental  protection,
    44      energy  conservation,  accreditation,  facilities for the physically
    45      disabled, and related projects, including costs  incurred  prior  to
    46      April  1,  2022  subject  to  an  annual  plan developed by the city
    47      university and  approved  by  the  state  director  of  the  budget.

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                               CITY UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK
                 (APPROPRIATED TO THE CITY UNIVERSITY CONSTRUCTION FUND)
                                   COMMUNITY COLLEGES
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1      Notwithstanding  any  other law to the contrary, all or a portion of
     2      the amounts hereby appropriated may be suballocated  or  transferred
     3      to the dormitory authority of the state of New York for such purpose
     4      (30CC2203) (81067) ... 44,793,000 ................ (re. $44,793,000)
 
     5  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2021:
     6    For  services and expenses for state financial assistance to community
     7      colleges for alterations  and  improvements  to  various  facilities
     8      including  services  and  expenses,  capital  design,  construction,
     9      reconstruction, rehabilitation and equipment; for health and safety,
    10      preservation of facilities, new facilities  program  improvement  or
    11      program   change,  environmental  protection,  energy  conservation,
    12      accreditation, facilities for the physically disabled,  and  related
    13      projects, including costs incurred prior to April 1, 2021 subject to
    14      an  annual plan developed by the city university and approved by the
    15      state director of the budget. Notwithstanding any other law  to  the
    16      contrary, all or a portion of the amounts hereby appropriated may be
    17      suballocated  or transferred to the dormitory authority of the state
    18      of New York for such purpose (30CC2103) (81067) ....................
    19      35,482,000 ....................................... (re. $35,482,000)
 
    20  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2020:
    21    For services and expenses for state financial assistance to  community
    22      colleges  for  alterations  and  improvements  to various facilities
    23      including  services  and  expenses,  capital  design,  construction,
    24      reconstruction, rehabilitation and equipment; for health and safety,
    25      preservation  of  facilities,  new facilities program improvement or
    26      program  change,  environmental  protection,  energy   conservation,
    27      accreditation,  facilities  for the physically disabled, and related
    28      projects, including costs incurred prior to April 1, 2020 subject to
    29      an annual plan developed by the city university and approved by  the
    30      state  director  of the budget. Notwithstanding any other law to the
    31      contrary, all or a portion of the amounts hereby appropriated may be
    32      suballocated or transferred to the dormitory authority of the  state
    33      of New York for such purpose (30CC2003) (81067) ....................
    34      64,254,000 ....................................... (re. $64,254,000)
 
    35  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2019:
    36    For  services and expenses for state financial assistance to community
    37      colleges for alterations  and  improvements  to  various  facilities
    38      including  services  and  expenses,  capital  design,  construction,
    39      reconstruction, rehabilitation and equipment; for health and safety,
    40      preservation of facilities, new facilities  program  improvement  or
    41      program   change,  environmental  protection,  energy  conservation,
    42      accreditation, facilities for the physically disabled,  and  related
    43      projects, including costs incurred prior to April 1, 2019 subject to
    44      an  annual plan developed by the city university and approved by the
    45      state director of the budget, and which  may  include,  but  not  be
    46      limited  to, projects in the following schedule. Notwithstanding any
    47      other law to the contrary, all or a portion of  the  amounts  hereby

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                               CITY UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK
                 (APPROPRIATED TO THE CITY UNIVERSITY CONSTRUCTION FUND)
                                   COMMUNITY COLLEGES
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1      appropriated  may  be  suballocated  or transferred to the dormitory
     2      authority of the state of  New  York  for  such  purpose  (30CC1903)
     3      (81067) ... 68,293,000 ........................... (re. $64,157,000)
 
     4                       Project Schedule
     5                                     ESTIMATED     ESTIMATED
     6                                   TOTAL STATE    50 PERCENT
     7                                 & LOCAL SHARE   STATE SHARE
     8  ----------------------------------------------------------
     9                                      (thousands of dollars)
    10  Borough Manhattan Community College
    11    Childhood Center HVAC Upgrades ...   2,176         1,088
    12    Door and Access Upgrades .........   1,850           925
    13  Bronx Community College
    14    Alumni Gym HVAC and ADA Upgrades..   6,000         3,000
    15    Meister Hall Lab and Classroom
    16      Upgrades .......................     800           400
    17  Hostos Community College
    18    Classroom Upgrades ...............   3,000         1,500
    19    500 Grand Concourse Upgrades .....   4,000         2,000
    20  Kingsborough Community College
    21    Performing Arts Center Upgrades ..   4,000         2,000
    22  LaGuardia Community College
    23    Center 3 Infrastructure and
    24      Program Upgrades ...............  62,000        31,000
    25    Student Tutoring Hub .............   8,200         4,100
    26    Library Upgrades Ph. II ..........     300           150
    27  Queensborough Community College
    28    ASAP Facility Upgrades ...........   2,700         1,350
    29  For university-wide community college
    30    critical maintenance or capital
    31    improvement costs attributable to
    32    preservation of facilities .......  34,284        17,142
    33  For university-wide community college
    34    critical maintenance or capital
    35    improvement costs attributable to
    36    the accelerated conservation and
    37    efficiency program ...............   1,196           598
    38  For university-wide community college
    39    critical maintenance or capital
    40    improvement costs attributable to
    41    facilities which support the CUNY
    42    in the Heights programs ..........   6,080         3,040
    43                                       -------        ------
    44      Total .......................... 136,586        68,293
    45                                       =======        ======
 
    46  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2018:
    47    For  services and expenses for state financial assistance to community
    48      colleges for alterations  and  improvements  to  various  facilities

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                               CITY UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK
                 (APPROPRIATED TO THE CITY UNIVERSITY CONSTRUCTION FUND)
                                   COMMUNITY COLLEGES
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1      including  services  and  expenses,  capital  design,  construction,
     2      reconstruction, rehabilitation and equipment; for health and safety,
     3      preservation of facilities, new facilities  program  improvement  or
     4      program   change,  environmental  protection,  energy  conservation,
     5      accreditation, facilities for the physically disabled,  and  related
     6      projects, including costs incurred prior to April 1, 2018 subject to
     7      an  annual plan developed by the city university and approved by the
     8      state director of the budget, and which  may  include,  but  not  be
     9      limited  to, projects in the following schedule. Notwithstanding any
    10      other law to the contrary, all or a portion of  the  amounts  hereby
    11      appropriated  may  be  suballocated  or transferred to the dormitory
    12      authority of the state of  New  York  for  such  purpose  (30CC1803)
    13      (81067) ... 48,483,000 ........................... (re. $41,505,000)
 
    14                       Project Schedule
    15                                     ESTIMATED     ESTIMATED
    16                                   TOTAL STATE    50 PERCENT
    17                                 & LOCAL SHARE   STATE SHARE
    18  ----------------------------------------------------------
    19                                      (thousands of dollars)
    20  Borough Manhattan Community College
    21    Lighting Upgrades ..............     2,650         1,325
    22    Pedestrian Walkway Upgrades ....     1,800           900
    23  Bronx Community College
    24    Student Center Exterior Renovation   1,000           500
    25    Goud Memorial Library Restoration.   4,000         2,000
    26    Community Hall Renovation ......     1,000           500
    27    Student Center ADA Upgrades ....       800           400
    28  Hostos Community College
    29    Lighting Upgrade ...............       750           375
    30    Electrical System Upgrades .....       500           250
    31  Kingsborough Community College
    32    Marina Upgrades ................     3,000         1,500
    33    Roadway Upgrades ...............     1,500           750
    34  LaGuardia Community College
    35    Science Lab Renovations ........    10,200         5,100
    36  Queensborough Community College
    37    Theater Upgrades ...............     2,200         1,100
    38    Kitchen and Cafeteria Renovation     6,400         3,200
    39  For university-wide community college
    40    critical maintenance or capital
    41    improvement costs attributable to
    42    preservation of facilities .....    58,166        29,083
    43  For university-wide community college
    44    critical maintenance or capital
    45    improvement costs attributable to
    46    facilities which support ASAP
    47    programs .......................     3,000         1,500
    48                                       -------        ------
    49      Total ........................    96,966        48,483

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                               CITY UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK
                 (APPROPRIATED TO THE CITY UNIVERSITY CONSTRUCTION FUND)
                                   COMMUNITY COLLEGES
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1                                       =======        ======

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                   DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY SUPERVISION
 
                               CAPITAL PROJECTS   2024-25
 
     1  For  the comprehensive construction programs, purposes and
     2    projects as herein  specified  in  accordance  with  the
     3    following:
 
     4                                          APPROPRIATIONS  REAPPROPRIATIONS
 
     5    Capital Projects Funds - Other .....     563,427,000     1,241,955,000
     6                                        ----------------  ----------------
     7      All Funds ........................     563,427,000     1,241,955,000
     8                                        ================  ================
 
     9  FACILITIES MAINTENANCE AND OPERATIONS (CCP) ................ 111,427,000
    10                                                            --------------
 
    11    Capital Projects Funds - Other
    12    Correctional Facilities Capital Improvement Fund
    13    DOCS Rehabilitation Projects Account - 32352
    14    Maintenance and Operations Purpose
 
    15  For the maintenance and operation of various
    16    facilities  and systems including personal
    17    services,  fringe  benefits  and  indirect
    18    costs.  Notwithstanding  any  other law to
    19    the contrary, all  or  a  portion  of  the
    20    funds  appropriated herein may be suballo-
    21    cated or transferred  to  any  department,
    22    agency,  or  public  authority  (10FM24MO)
    23    (81107) .................................... 111,427,000
 
    24  MAINTENANCE AND IMPROVEMENT OF EXISTING FACILITIES (CCP) ... 452,000,000
    25                                                            --------------
 
    26    Capital Projects Funds - Other
    27    Correctional Facilities Capital Improvement Fund
    28    DOCS Rehabilitation Projects Account - 32352
    29    Administration Purpose
 
    30  For the preparation  and  review  of  plans,
    31    specifications,  estimates, studies, plant
    32    evaluations, inspections,  appraisals  and
    33    surveys,  and  legal  claims  relating  to
    34    existing or  proposed  facilities  of  the
    35    department  of  corrections  and community
    36    supervision,  and  payment   of   personal
    37    service and nonpersonal service, including
    38    fringe  benefits,  related to the adminis-
    39    tration and security of  capital  projects
    40    provided  by the department of corrections
    41    and  community  supervision  for  new  and
    42    reappropriated projects (10502450) (81065) .. 27,000,000
 
    43    Capital Projects Funds - Other

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                   DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY SUPERVISION
 
                               CAPITAL PROJECTS   2024-25
 
     1    Correctional Facilities Capital Improvement Fund
     2    DOCS Rehabilitation Projects Account - 32352
     3    Environmental Protection or Improvements Purpose
 
     4  Alterations   and   improvements,  including
     5    related departmental administrative costs,
     6    for environmental protection  or  improve-
     7    ments including liabilities incurred prior
     8    to April 1, 2024 (10062406) (81062) ......... 20,851,000

     9    Capital Projects Funds - Other
    10    Correctional Facilities Capital Improvement Fund
    11    DOCS Rehabilitation Projects Account - 32352
    12    Health and Safety Purpose
 
    13  Alterations   and   improvements,  including
    14    related departmental administrative costs,
    15    for health and  safety  including  liabil-
    16    ities  incurred  prior  to  April  1, 2024
    17    (10012401) (81028) .......................... 11,473,000
 
    18    Capital Projects Funds - Other
    19    Correctional Facilities Capital Improvement Fund
    20    DOCS Rehabilitation Projects Account - 32352
    21    Preservation of Facilities Purpose
 
    22  Alterations  and   improvements,   including
    23    related departmental administrative costs,
    24    for the preservation of facilities includ-
    25    ing liabilities incurred prior to April 1,
    26    2024 (10032403) (81010) .................... 281,460,000
    27  Alterations   and   improvements,  including
    28    related departmental administrative costs,
    29    for  preventative  maintenance  that  will
    30    prolong  the useful life of assets includ-
    31    ing liabilities incurred prior to April 1,
    32    2024 (10M32403) (81091) ..................... 15,000,000
 
    33    Capital Projects Funds - Other
    34    Correctional Facilities Capital Improvement Fund
    35    DOCS Rehabilitation Projects Account - 32352
    36    Program Improvement or Program Change Purpose
 
    37  Alterations  and   improvements,   including
    38    related departmental administrative costs,
    39    for  program improvement or program change
    40    including liabilities  incurred  prior  to
    41    April 1, 2024 (10082408) (81063) ............ 93,216,000
    42  Alterations   and  improvements  within  the
    43    correctional industries program, including
    44    related departmental administrative costs,
    45    for program improvement or program  change

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                               CAPITAL PROJECTS   2024-25
 
     1    including  liabilities  incurred  prior to
     2    April 1, 2024 (10IN2408) (19701) ............. 3,000,000

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                   DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY SUPERVISION
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1  FACILITIES MAINTENANCE AND OPERATIONS (CCP)
 
     2    Capital Projects Funds - Other
     3    Correctional Facilities Capital Improvement Fund
     4    DOCS Rehabilitation Projects Account - 32352
     5    Maintenance and Operations Purpose

     6  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2023:
     7    For  the  maintenance  and operation of various facilities and systems
     8      including personal services, fringe  benefits  and  indirect  costs.
     9      Notwithstanding  any  other law to the contrary, all or a portion of
    10      the funds appropriated herein may be suballocated or transferred  to
    11      any department, agency, or public authority (10FM23MO) (81107) .....
    12      109,242,000 ..................................... (re. $109,242,000)
 
    13  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2022:
    14    For  the  maintenance  and operation of various facilities and systems
    15      including personal services, fringe  benefits  and  indirect  costs.
    16      Notwithstanding  any  other law to the contrary, all or a portion of
    17      the funds appropriated herein may be suballocated or transferred  to
    18      any department, agency, or public authority (10FM22MO) (81107) .....
    19      107,100,000 ...................................... (re. $25,504,000)
 
    20  MAINTENANCE AND IMPROVEMENT OF EXISTING FACILITIES (CCP)
 
    21    Capital Projects Funds - Other
    22    Correctional Facilities Capital Improvement Fund
    23    DOCS Rehabilitation Projects Account - 32352
    24    Administration Purpose
 
    25  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2023:
    26    For  the  preparation  and review of plans, specifications, estimates,
    27      studies, plant evaluations, inspections, appraisals and surveys, and
    28      legal claims relating to existing  or  proposed  facilities  of  the
    29      department  of corrections and community supervision, and payment of
    30      personal service and nonpersonal service, including fringe benefits,
    31      related to the  administration  and  security  of  capital  projects
    32      provided  by the department of corrections and community supervision
    33      for new and reappropriated projects (10502350) (81065) .............
    34      16,000,000 ....................................... (re. $11,854,000)
 
    35  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2022:
    36    For the preparation and review of  plans,  specifications,  estimates,
    37      studies, plant evaluations, inspections, appraisals and surveys, and
    38      legal  claims  relating  to  existing  or proposed facilities of the
    39      department of corrections and community supervision, and payment  of
    40      personal service and nonpersonal service, including fringe benefits,
    41      related  to  the  administration  and  security  of capital projects
    42      provided by the department of corrections and community  supervision
    43      for new and reappropriated projects (10502250) (81065) .............
    44      16,000,000 ........................................ (re. $1,803,000)

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                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1    Capital Projects Funds - Other
     2    Correctional Facilities Capital Improvement Fund
     3    DOCS Rehabilitation Projects Account - 32352
     4    Environmental Protection or Improvements Purpose
 
     5  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2023:
     6    Alterations  and improvements, including related departmental adminis-
     7      trative costs, for environmental protection or improvements  includ-
     8      ing  liabilities  incurred prior to April 1, 2023 (10062306) (81062)
     9      ... 23,000,000 ................................... (re. $23,000,000)
 
    10  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2022:
    11    Alterations and improvements, including related departmental  adminis-
    12      trative  costs, for environmental protection or improvements includ-
    13      ing liabilities incurred prior to April 1, 2022  (10062206)  (81062)
    14      ... 23,000,000 ................................... (re. $19,444,000)
 
    15  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2021:
    16    Alterations  and improvements, including related departmental adminis-
    17      trative costs, for environmental protection or improvements  includ-
    18      ing  liabilities  incurred prior to April 1, 2021 (10062106) (81062)
    19      ... 23,000,000 ................................... (re. $10,341,000)
 
    20  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2020:
    21    Alterations and improvements, including related departmental  adminis-
    22      trative  costs, for environmental protection or improvements includ-
    23      ing liabilities incurred prior to April 1, 2020  (10062006)  (81062)
    24      ... 23,000,000 .................................... (re. $5,875,000)
 
    25  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2019:
    26    Alterations  and improvements, including related departmental adminis-
    27      trative costs, for environmental protection or improvements  includ-
    28      ing  liabilities  incurred prior to April 1, 2019 (10061906) (81062)
    29      ... 24,000,000 .................................... (re. $1,861,000)
 
    30  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2018:
    31    Alterations and improvements, including related departmental  adminis-
    32      trative  costs, for environmental protection or improvements includ-
    33      ing liabilities incurred prior to April 1, 2018  (10061806)  (81062)
    34      ... 24,000,000 ........................................ (re. $6,000)
 
    35  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2017:
    36    Alterations  and improvements, including related departmental adminis-
    37      trative costs, for environmental protection or improvements  includ-
    38      ing  liabilities  incurred prior to April 1, 2017 (10061706) (81062)
    39      ... 24,000,000 ...................................... (re. $291,000)
 
    40  By chapter 55, section 1, of the laws of 2016:
    41    Alterations and improvements, including related departmental  adminis-
    42      trative  costs, for environmental protection or improvements includ-
    43      ing liabilities incurred prior to April 1, 2016  (10061606)  (81062)
    44      ... 62,000,000 .................................... (re. $7,593,000)

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                   DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY SUPERVISION
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25

     1  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2013:
     2    Alterations  and improvements, including related departmental adminis-
     3      trative costs, for environmental protection or improvements  includ-
     4      ing  liabilities  incurred prior to April 1, 2013 (10061306) (81062)
     5      ... 28,000,000 ....................................... (re. $20,000)
 
     6  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2012:
     7    Alterations and improvements, including related departmental  adminis-
     8      trative  costs, for environmental protection or improvements includ-
     9      ing liabilities incurred prior to April 1, 2012  (10061206)  (81062)
    10      ... 24,000,000 ....................................... (re. $26,000)
 
    11  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2011:
    12    Alterations  and improvements, including related departmental adminis-
    13      trative costs, for environmental protection or improvements  includ-
    14      ing  liabilities  incurred prior to April 1, 2011 (10061106) (81062)
    15      ... 24,000,000 ........................................ (re. $3,000)
 
    16    Capital Projects Funds - Other
    17    Correctional Facilities Capital Improvement Fund
    18    DOCS Rehabilitation Projects Account - 32352
    19    Facilities for the Physically Disabled Purpose
 
    20  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2000:
    21    Alterations and improvements, including related departmental  adminis-
    22      trative  costs,  of facilities for the physically disabled including
    23      liabilities incurred prior to April 1, 2000 (10A40004)  (81061)  ...
    24      2,000,000 ............................................ (re. $31,000)
 
    25    Capital Projects Funds - Other
    26    Correctional Facilities Capital Improvement Fund
    27    DOCS Rehabilitation Projects Account - 32352
    28    Health and Safety Purpose

    29  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2023:
    30    Alterations  and improvements, including related departmental adminis-
    31      trative costs, for health and safety including liabilities  incurred
    32      prior to April 1, 2023 (10012301) (81028) ..........................
    33      23,000,000 ....................................... (re. $23,000,000)
 
    34  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2022:
    35    Alterations  and improvements, including related departmental adminis-
    36      trative costs, for health and safety including liabilities  incurred
    37      prior to April 1, 2022 (10012201) (81028) ..........................
    38      23,000,000 ....................................... (re. $22,980,000)
 
    39  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2021:
    40    Alterations  and improvements, including related departmental adminis-
    41      trative costs, for health and safety including liabilities  incurred
    42      prior to April 1, 2021 (10012101) (81028) ..........................
    43      23,000,000 ....................................... (re. $20,906,000)

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                   DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS AND COMMUNITY SUPERVISION
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2020:
     2    Alterations  and improvements, including related departmental adminis-
     3      trative costs, for health and safety including liabilities  incurred
     4      prior to April 1, 2020 (10012001) (81028) ..........................
     5      23,000,000 ....................................... (re. $15,669,000)
 
     6  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2019:
     7    Alterations  and improvements, including related departmental adminis-
     8      trative costs, for health and safety including liabilities  incurred
     9      prior to April 1, 2019 (10011901) (81028) ..........................
    10      15,000,000 ....................................... (re. $10,073,000)
 
    11  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2018:
    12    Alterations  and improvements, including related departmental adminis-
    13      trative costs, for health and safety including liabilities  incurred
    14      prior to April 1, 2018 (10011801) (81028) ..........................
    15      15,000,000 ........................................ (re. $8,221,000)
 
    16  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2017:
    17    Alterations  and improvements, including related departmental adminis-
    18      trative costs, for health and safety including liabilities  incurred
    19      prior to April 1, 2017 (10011701) (81028) ..........................
    20      15,000,000 ........................................ (re. $2,130,000)
 
    21  By chapter 55, section 1, of the laws of 2016:
    22    Alterations  and improvements, including related departmental adminis-
    23      trative costs, for health and safety including liabilities  incurred
    24      prior to April 1, 2016 (10011601) (81028) ..........................
    25      23,000,000 ........................................... (re. $34,000)
 
    26  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2011:
    27    Alterations  and improvements, including related departmental adminis-
    28      trative costs, for health and safety including liabilities  incurred
    29      prior to April 1, 2011 (10011101) (81028) ..........................
    30      16,000,000 ............................................ (re. $3,000)
 
    31  By chapter 50, section 1, of the laws of 2009:
    32    Alterations  and improvements, including related departmental adminis-
    33      trative costs, for health and safety including liabilities  incurred
    34      prior to April 1, 2009 (10010901) (81028) ..........................
    35      16,000,000 ............................................ (re. $3,000)
 
    36  By chapter 50, section 1, of the laws of 2007:
    37    Alterations  and improvements, including related departmental adminis-
    38      trative costs, for health and safety including liabilities  incurred
    39      prior to April 1, 2007 (10010701) (81028) ..........................
    40      20,000,000 ............................................ (re. $3,000)
 
    41  By chapter 50, section 1, of the laws of 2005:
    42    Alterations  and improvements, including related departmental adminis-
    43      trative costs, for health and safety including liabilities  incurred

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                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1      prior to April 1, 2005 (10010501) (81028) ..........................
     2      30,000,000 ............................................ (re. $1,000)
 
     3  By chapter 50, section 1, of the laws of 2004:
     4    Alterations  and improvements, including related departmental adminis-
     5      trative costs, for health and safety including liabilities  incurred
     6      prior to April 1, 2004 (10010401) (81028) ..........................
     7      30,000,000 ........................................... (re. $26,000)
 
     8    Capital Projects Funds - Other
     9    Correctional Facilities Capital Improvement Fund
    10    DOCS Rehabilitation Projects Account - 32352
    11    Preservation of Facilities Purpose
 
    12  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2023:
    13    Alterations  and improvements, including related departmental adminis-
    14      trative costs, for the preservation of facilities including  liabil-
    15      ities incurred prior to April 1, 2023 (10032303) (81010) ...........
    16      205,000,000 ..................................... (re. $205,000,000)
    17    Alterations  and improvements, including related departmental adminis-
    18      trative costs, for preventative maintenance that  will  prolong  the
    19      useful  life of assets including liabilities incurred prior to April
    20      1, 2023 (10M32303) (81091) .........................................
    21      15,000,000 ....................................... (re. $14,999,000)
 
    22  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2022:
    23    Alterations and improvements, including related departmental  adminis-
    24      trative  costs, for the preservation of facilities including liabil-
    25      ities incurred prior to April 1, 2022 (10032203) (81010) ...........
    26      205,000,000 ..................................... (re. $138,562,000)
    27    Alterations and improvements, including related departmental  adminis-
    28      trative  costs,  for  preventative maintenance that will prolong the
    29      useful life of assets including liabilities incurred prior to  April
    30      1, 2022 (10M32203) (81091) ... 15,000,000 ........ (re. $14,542,000)
 
    31  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2021:
    32    Alterations  and improvements, including related departmental adminis-
    33      trative costs, for the preservation of facilities including  liabil-
    34      ities incurred prior to April 1, 2021 (10032103) (81010) ...........
    35      165,000,000 ...................................... (re. $84,042,000)
    36    Alterations  and improvements, including related departmental adminis-
    37      trative costs, for preventative maintenance that  will  prolong  the
    38      useful  life of assets including liabilities incurred prior to April
    39      1, 2021 (10M32103) (81091) ... 15,000,000 ........ (re. $14,761,000)
 
    40  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2020:
    41    Alterations and improvements, including related departmental  adminis-
    42      trative  costs, for the preservation of facilities including liabil-
    43      ities incurred prior to April 1, 2020 (10032003) (81010) ...........
    44      165,000,000 ...................................... (re. $46,896,000)
    45    Alterations and improvements, including related departmental  adminis-
    46      trative  costs,  for  preventative maintenance that will prolong the

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                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1      useful life of assets including liabilities incurred prior to  April
     2      1, 2020 (10M32003) (81091) ... 15,000,000 ......... (re. $4,877,000)
 
     3  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2019:
     4    Alterations  and improvements, including related departmental adminis-
     5      trative costs, for the preservation of facilities including  liabil-
     6      ities incurred prior to April 1, 2019 (10031903) (81010) ...........
     7      166,000,000 ...................................... (re. $44,151,000)
     8    Alterations  and improvements, including related departmental adminis-
     9      trative costs, for preventative maintenance that  will  prolong  the
    10      useful  life of assets including liabilities incurred prior to April
    11      1, 2019 (10M31903) (81091) ... 15,000,000 ......... (re. $2,731,000)
 
    12  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2018:
    13    Alterations and improvements, including related departmental  adminis-
    14      trative  costs, for the preservation of facilities including liabil-
    15      ities incurred prior to April 1, 2018 (10031803) (81010) ...........
    16      166,000,000 ...................................... (re. $10,290,000)
    17    Alterations and improvements, including related departmental  adminis-
    18      trative  costs,  for  preventative maintenance that will prolong the
    19      useful life of assets including liabilities incurred prior to  April
    20      1, 2018 (10M31803) (81091) ... 15,000,000 ........... (re. $248,000)
 
    21  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2017:
    22    Alterations  and improvements, including related departmental adminis-
    23      trative costs, for the preservation of facilities including  liabil-
    24      ities incurred prior to April 1, 2017 (10031703) (81010) ...........
    25      141,000,000 ...................................... (re. $15,877,000)
    26    Alterations  and improvements, including related departmental adminis-
    27      trative costs, for preventative maintenance that  will  prolong  the
    28      useful  life of assets including liabilities incurred prior to April
    29      1, 2017 (10M31703) (81091) ... 15,000,000 ........... (re. $622,000)
 
    30  By chapter 55, section 1, of the laws of 2016:
    31    Alterations and improvements, including related departmental  adminis-
    32      trative  costs, for the preservation of facilities including liabil-
    33      ities incurred prior to April 1, 2016 (10031603) (81010) ...........
    34      92,000,000 ........................................ (re. $1,315,000)
 
    35  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2013:
    36    Alterations and improvements, including related departmental  adminis-
    37      trative  costs, for the preservation of facilities including liabil-
    38      ities incurred prior to April 1, 2013 (10031303) (81010) ...........
    39      186,000,000 ....................................... (re. $1,115,000)
    40    Alterations and improvements, including related departmental  adminis-
    41      trative  costs,  for  preventative maintenance that will prolong the
    42      useful life of assets including liabilities incurred prior to  April
    43      1, 2013 (10M31303) (81091) ... 13,000,000 ........... (re. $131,000)
 
    44  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2012:
    45    Alterations  and improvements, including related departmental adminis-
    46      trative costs, for the preservation of facilities including  liabil-

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                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1      ities incurred prior to April 1, 2012 (10031203) (81010) ...........
     2      174,000,000 ......................................... (re. $626,000)
     3    Alterations  and improvements, including related departmental adminis-
     4      trative costs, for preventative maintenance that  will  prolong  the
     5      useful  life of assets including liabilities incurred prior to April
     6      1, 2012 (10M31203) (81091) ... 15,000,000 ........... (re. $102,000)
 
     7  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2011:
     8    Alterations and improvements, including related departmental  adminis-
     9      trative  costs, for the preservation of facilities including liabil-
    10      ities incurred prior to April 1, 2011 (10031103) (81010) ...........
    11      174,000,000 ......................................... (re. $389,000)
 
    12  By chapter 50, section 1, of the laws of 2010:
    13    Alterations and improvements, including related departmental  adminis-
    14      trative  costs, for the preservation of facilities including liabil-
    15      ities incurred prior to April 1, 2010 (10031003) (81010) ...........
    16      174,000,000 .......................................... (re. $27,000)
 
    17  By chapter 50, section 1, of the laws of 2009:
    18    Alterations and improvements, including related departmental  adminis-
    19      trative  costs, for the preservation of facilities including liabil-
    20      ities incurred prior to April 1, 2009 (10030903) (81010) ...........
    21      165,000,000 ........................................... (re. $3,000)
 
    22  By chapter 50, section 1, of the laws of 2008:
    23    Alterations and improvements, including related departmental  adminis-
    24      trative  costs, for the preservation of facilities including liabil-
    25      ities incurred prior to April 1, 2008 (10030803) (81010) ...........
    26      170,000,000 .......................................... (re. $22,000)
    27    Alterations and improvements, including related departmental  adminis-
    28      trative  costs,  for  preventative maintenance that will prolong the
    29      useful life of assets including liabilities incurred prior to  April
    30      1, 2008 (10M30803) (81091) ... 15,000,000 ............. (re. $1,000)
 
    31  By chapter 50, section 1, of the laws of 2007:
    32    Alterations  and improvements, including related departmental adminis-
    33      trative costs, for the preservation of facilities including  liabil-
    34      ities incurred prior to April 1, 2007 (10030703) (81010) ...........
    35      147,000,000 ......................................... (re. $113,000)
 
    36  By chapter 50, section 1, of the laws of 2006:
    37    Alterations  and improvements, including related departmental adminis-
    38      trative costs, for the preservation of facilities including  liabil-
    39      ities incurred prior to April 1, 2006 (10030603) (81010) ...........
    40      137,000,000 ........................................... (re. $2,000)
    41    Alterations  and improvements, including related departmental adminis-
    42      trative costs, for preventative maintenance that  will  prolong  the
    43      useful  life of assets including liabilities incurred prior to April
    44      1, 2006 (10M30603) (81091) ... 15,000,000 ............. (re. $1,000)
 
    45    Capital Projects Funds - Other

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                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25

     1    Correctional Facilities Capital Improvement Fund
     2    DOCS Rehabilitation Projects Account - 32352
     3    Program Improvement or Program Change Purpose
 
     4  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2023:
     5    Alterations  and improvements, including related departmental adminis-
     6      trative costs, for program improvement or program  change  including
     7      liabilities  incurred  prior to April 1, 2023 (10082308) (81063) ...
     8      87,000,000 ....................................... (re. $86,995,000)
     9    Alterations  and  improvements  within  the  correctional   industries
    10      program,  including  related  departmental administrative costs, for
    11      program improvement or program change including liabilities incurred
    12      prior to April 1, 2023 (10IN2308) (19701) ..........................
    13      3,000,000 ......................................... (re. $3,000,000)

    14  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2022:
    15    Alterations and improvements, including related departmental  adminis-
    16      trative  costs,  for program improvement or program change including
    17      liabilities incurred prior to April 1, 2022 (10082208) (81063) .....
    18      87,000,000 ....................................... (re. $86,913,000)
    19    Alterations  and  improvements  within  the  correctional   industries
    20      program,  including  related  departmental administrative costs, for
    21      program improvement or program change including liabilities incurred
    22      prior to April 1, 2022 (10IN2208) (19701) ..........................
    23      3,000,000 ......................................... (re. $3,000,000)
 
    24  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2021:
    25    Alterations and improvements, including related departmental  adminis-
    26      trative  costs,  for program improvement or program change including
    27      liabilities incurred prior to April 1, 2021 (10082108) (81063) .....
    28      87,000,000 ....................................... (re. $70,839,000)
    29    Alterations  and  improvements  within  the  correctional   industries
    30      program,  including  related  departmental administrative costs, for
    31      program improvement or program change including liabilities incurred
    32      prior to April 1, 2021 (10IN2108) (19701) ..........................
    33      3,000,000 ......................................... (re. $3,000,000)
 
    34  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2020:
    35    Alterations and improvements, including related departmental  adminis-
    36      trative  costs,  for program improvement or program change including
    37      liabilities incurred prior to April 1, 2020 (10082008) (81063) .....
    38      87,000,000 ....................................... (re. $45,351,000)
    39    Alterations  and  improvements  within  the  correctional   industries
    40      program,  including  related  departmental administrative costs, for
    41      program improvement or program change including liabilities incurred
    42      prior to April 1, 2020 (10IN2008) (19701) ..........................
    43      3,000,000 ......................................... (re. $3,000,000)
 
    44  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2019:
    45    Alterations and improvements, including related departmental  adminis-
    46      trative  costs,  for program improvement or program change including

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                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25

     1      liabilities incurred prior to April 1, 2019 (10081908) (81063) .....
     2      164,000,000 ....................................... (re. $7,617,000)
     3    Alterations   and  improvements  within  the  correctional  industries
     4      program, including related departmental  administrative  costs,  for
     5      program improvement or program change including liabilities incurred
     6      prior to April 1, 2019 (10IN1908) (19701) ..........................
     7      3,000,000 ......................................... (re. $3,000,000)
 
     8  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2018:
     9    Alterations  and improvements, including related departmental adminis-
    10      trative costs, for program improvement or program  change  including
    11      liabilities incurred prior to April 1, 2018 (10081808) (81063) .....
    12      95,000,000 ........................................ (re. $2,186,000)
    13    Alterations   and  improvements  within  the  correctional  industries
    14      program, including related departmental  administrative  costs,  for
    15      program improvement or program change including liabilities incurred
    16      prior to April 1, 2018 (10IN1808) (19701) ..........................
    17      3,000,000 ......................................... (re. $1,905,000)
 
    18  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2017:
    19    Alterations  and improvements, including related departmental adminis-
    20      trative costs, for program improvement or program  change  including
    21      liabilities incurred prior to April 1, 2017 (10081708) (81063) .....
    22      95,000,000 ........................................ (re. $1,308,000)
    23    Alterations   and  improvements  within  the  correctional  industries
    24      program, including related departmental  administrative  costs,  for
    25      program improvement or program change including liabilities incurred
    26      prior to April 1, 2017 (10IN1708) (19701) ..........................
    27      3,000,000 ............................................ (re. $16,000)
 
    28  By chapter 55, section 1, of the laws of 2016:
    29    Alterations  and improvements, including related departmental adminis-
    30      trative costs, for program improvement or program  change  including
    31      liabilities incurred prior to April 1, 2016 (10081608) (81063) .....
    32      69,000,000 ........................................... (re. $33,000)
 
    33  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2013:
    34    Alterations  and improvements, including related departmental adminis-
    35      trative costs, for program improvement or program  change  including
    36      liabilities incurred prior to April 1, 2013 (10081308) (81063) .....
    37      46,000,000 ........................................ (re. $1,698,000)
 
    38  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2012:
    39    Alterations  and improvements, including related departmental adminis-
    40      trative costs, for program improvement or program  change  including
    41      liabilities incurred prior to April 1, 2012 (10081208) (81063) .....
    42      56,000,000 ............................................ (re. $7,000)
 
    43  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2011:
    44    Alterations  and improvements, including related departmental adminis-
    45      trative costs, for program improvement or program  change  including

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                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25

     1      liabilities incurred prior to April 1, 2011 (10081108) (81063) .....
     2      76,000,000 ........................................... (re. $15,000)
 
     3  By chapter 50, section 1, of the laws of 2009:
     4    Alterations  and improvements, including related departmental adminis-
     5      trative costs, for program improvement or program  change  including
     6      liabilities incurred prior to April 1, 2009 (10080908) (81063) .....
     7      90,000,000 .......................................... (re. $622,000)
 
     8  By chapter 50, section 1, of the laws of 2008:
     9    Alterations  and improvements, including related departmental adminis-
    10      trative costs, for program improvement or program  change  including
    11      liabilities incurred prior to April 1, 2008 (10080808) (81063) .....
    12      85,000,000 ........................................... (re. $61,000)
 
    13  By chapter 50, section 1, of the laws of 2006:
    14    Alterations  and improvements, including related departmental adminis-
    15      trative costs, for program improvement or program  change  including
    16      liabilities incurred prior to April 1, 2006 (10080608) (81063) .....
    17      44,000,000 ............................................ (re. $1,000)

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                          DIVISION OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE SERVICES
 
                               CAPITAL PROJECTS   2024-25
 
     1  For  the comprehensive construction programs, purposes and
     2    projects as herein  specified  in  accordance  with  the
     3    following:
 
     4                                          APPROPRIATIONS  REAPPROPRIATIONS
 
     5    Capital Projects Funds - Other .....      85,000,000       311,781,000
     6                                        ----------------  ----------------
     7      All Funds ........................      85,000,000       311,781,000
     8                                        ================  ================
 
     9  SAFETY AND SECURITY PROJECTS FOR AT RISK FACILITIES (CCP) ... 85,000,000
    10                                                            --------------
 
    11    Capital Projects Funds - Other
    12    Capital Projects Fund - 30000
    13    Program Improvement/Change Purpose
 
    14  For  grants  to  provide safety and security
    15    projects  at  nonprofit  organizations  at
    16    risk  of hate crimes or attacks including,
    17    but not limited to, at a facility,  virtu-
    18    ally  or  on the internet because of their
    19    ideology, beliefs or  mission.    Provided
    20    that  an  assessment of facilities at risk
    21    may  include,  but  not  be  limited   to,
    22    considerations  of  the vulnerabilities of
    23    the organization based on its location and
    24    membership, and the potential consequences
    25    of a hate crime or attack at the facility.
    26    Recipients of such grants shall  be  enti-
    27    tled to use such funds to purchase commod-
    28    ities,  services,  and  technology through
    29    centralized contracts established  by  the
    30    office  of  general services under section
    31    163 of the state  finance  law,  and  such
    32    recipients   shall   be  deemed  for  such
    33    purpose to be authorized users within  the
    34    meaning of paragraph k of subdivision 1 of
    35    section  163 of the state finance law. All
    36    or a portion  of  the  funds  appropriated
    37    herein  may be suballocated to any depart-
    38    ment or agency (CJSS2408) (55970) ........... 35,000,000
    39  For grants to  support  capital  investments
    40    related   to   innovative  crime-reduction
    41    strategies in communities affected by  gun
    42    violence.  Recipients of such grants shall
    43    be entitled to use such funds to  purchase
    44    commodities,   services,   and  technology
    45    through centralized contracts  established
    46    by  the  office  of general services under
    47    section 163 of the state finance law,  and

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                               CAPITAL PROJECTS   2024-25
 
     1    such  recipients  shall be deemed for such
     2    purpose to be authorized users within  the
     3    meaning of paragraph k of subdivision 1 of
     4    section  163 of the state finance law. All
     5    or a portion  of  the  funds  appropriated
     6    herein  may be suballocated to any depart-
     7    ment or agency (CJGV2408) (60175) ........... 50,000,000

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                          DIVISION OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE SERVICES
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1  ADMINISTRATION (CCP)
 
     2    Capital Projects Funds - Other
     3    Capital Projects Fund - 30000
     4    Program Improvement/Change Purpose
 
     5  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2023:
     6    For  services  and expenses related to the acquisition and development
     7      of technology, including but not limited to equipment, software, and
     8      services. Funds appropriated herein may be suballocated to any other
     9      state department  to  achieve  the  purpose  of  this  appropriation
    10      (CJSF2308) (60190) ... 18,000,000 ................ (re. $18,000,000)
 
    11  DISCOVERY IMPLEMENTATION AND PRETRIAL SERVICES (CCP)
 
    12    Capital Projects Funds - Other
    13    Capital Projects Fund - 30000
    14    Program Improvement/Change Purpose
 
    15  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2023:
    16    For  services,  expenses  and  grants  related  to the acquisition and
    17      development of technology to support discovery,  including  but  not
    18      limited  to, equipment, software, hardware, and consulting services.
    19      Funding from this appropriation shall only be  distributed  pursuant
    20      to  a  plan prepared by the commissioner of the division of criminal
    21      justice services and approved by the director of the budget.  Eligi-
    22      ble entities shall include cities with a population greater than one
    23      million. Notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law, all or a
    24      portion  of  these  funds  may be suballocated or transferred to any
    25      department, agency, public authority or the judiciary (CJDC2308) ...
    26      50,000,000 ....................................... (re. $50,000,000)

    27  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2022:
    28    To support capital investments related to  statewide  discovery  data-
    29      base,  including  but  not  limited  to  equipment,  and  technology
    30      enhancements. All or a portion of the funds appropriated herein  may
    31      be  transferred  or suballocated to any state department, agency, or
    32      the judiciary (CJDI2208) (60187) ... 25,000,000 .. (re. $24,683,000)
    33    For payments to counties and nonprofit organizations to support  capi-
    34      tal  investments  related  to pretrial, alternative to incarceration
    35      services and reentry programs, including but not limited  to  equip-
    36      ment,  technology,  and  facility  renovations.  Funding  under this
    37      appropriation shall be pursuant to a plan developed by  the  commis-
    38      sioner  of division of criminal justice services and approved by the
    39      director of the budget. All or a portion of the  funds  appropriated
    40      herein  may  be  suballocated to any department or agency (CJPS2208)
    41      (60188) ... 10,000,000 ........................... (re. $10,000,000)
 
    42  SAFETY AND SECURITY PROJECTS FOR AT RISK FACILITIES (CCP)
 
    43    Capital Projects Funds - Other
    44    Capital Projects Fund - 30000

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                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1    Program Improvement/Change Purpose
 
     2  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2023:
     3    For  competitive  grants  to  provide  safety and security projects at
     4      nonprofit organizations at risk of hate crimes or attacks including,
     5      but not limited to, at a facility,  virtually  or  on  the  internet
     6      because  of  their  ideology,  beliefs  or  mission,  provided  that
     7      $10,000,000 be made available for not-for-profit reproductive health
     8      centers. Provided that an  assessment  of  facilities  at  risk  may
     9      include,  but  not be limited to, considerations of the vulnerabili-
    10      ties of the organization based on its location and  membership,  and
    11      the  potential consequences of a hate crime or attack at the facili-
    12      ty. Recipients of such grants shall be entitled to use such funds to
    13      purchase commodities, services, and technology  through  centralized
    14      contracts  established  by  the  office  of  general  services under
    15      section 163 of the state finance law, and such recipients  shall  be
    16      deemed for such purpose to be authorized users within the meaning of
    17      paragraph  k  of  subdivision  1 of section 163 of the state finance
    18      law. All or a portion of the funds appropriated herein may be subal-
    19      located to any department or agency (CJSS2308) (55970) .............
    20      35,000,000 ....................................... (re. $35,000,000)
    21    For grants to support capital investments related to innovative crime-
    22      reduction  strategies  in  communities  affected  by  gun  violence.
    23      Recipients  of  such  grants  shall be entitled to use such funds to
    24      purchase commodities, services, and technology  through  centralized
    25      contracts  established  by  the  office  of  general  services under
    26      section 163 of the state finance law, and such recipients  shall  be
    27      deemed for such purpose to be authorized users within the meaning of
    28      paragraph  k  of  subdivision  1 of section 163 of the state finance
    29      law. All or a portion of the funds appropriated herein may be subal-
    30      located to any department or agency (CJGV2308) (60175) .............
    31      50,000,000 ....................................... (re. $50,000,000)
 
    32  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2022:
    33    For competitive grants to provide  safety  and  security  projects  at
    34      nonprofit organizations at risk of hate crimes or attacks including,
    35      but  not  limited  to,  at  a facility, virtually or on the internet
    36      because of their ideology, beliefs  or  mission.  Provided  that  an
    37      assessment of facilities at risk may include, but not be limited to,
    38      considerations  of  the vulnerabilities of the organization based on
    39      its location and membership, and the  potential  consequences  of  a
    40      hate  crime  or  attack  at  the facility. Recipients of such grants
    41      shall be  entitled  to  use  such  funds  to  purchase  commodities,
    42      services,  and  technology through centralized contracts established
    43      by the office of general services under section  163  of  the  state
    44      finance law, and such recipients shall be deemed for such purpose to
    45      be authorized users within the meaning of paragraph k of subdivision
    46      1  of  section 163 of the state finance law. All or a portion of the
    47      funds appropriated herein may be suballocated to any  department  or
    48      agency (CJSS2208) (55970) ... 25,000,000 ......... (re. $25,000,000)

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                          DIVISION OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE SERVICES
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1  The appropriation made by chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2022, is
     2      hereby amended and reappropriated to read:
     3    For  [competitive]  grants  to  support capital investments related to
     4      innovative crime-reduction strategies in communities affected by gun
     5      violence. Recipients of such grants shall be entitled  to  use  such
     6      funds  to  purchase  commodities,  services,  and technology through
     7      centralized contracts established by the office of general  services
     8      under  section  163  of  the  state finance law, and such recipients
     9      shall be deemed for such purpose to be authorized users  within  the
    10      meaning  of paragraph k of subdivision 1 of section 163 of the state
    11      finance law. All or a portion of the funds appropriated  herein  may
    12      be suballocated to any department or agency (CJGV2208) (60175) .....
    13      50,000,000 ....................................... (re. $50,000,000)
 
    14  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2021:
    15    For  competitive  grants  to  provide  safety and security projects at
    16      nonprofit organizations at risk of hate crimes or attacks including,
    17      but not limited to, at a facility,  virtually  or  on  the  internet
    18      because  of  their  ideology,  beliefs  or mission. Provided that an
    19      assessment of facilities at risk may include, but not be limited to,
    20      considerations of the vulnerabilities of the organization  based  on
    21      its  location  and  membership,  and the potential consequences of a
    22      hate crime or attack at the  facility.  Recipients  of  such  grants
    23      shall  be  entitled  to  use  such  funds  to  purchase commodities,
    24      services, and technology through centralized  contracts  established
    25      by  the  office  of  general services under section 163 of the state
    26      finance law, and such recipients shall be deemed for such purpose to
    27      be authorized users within the meaning of paragraph k of subdivision
    28      1 of section 163 of the state finance law. All or a portion  of  the
    29      funds  appropriated  herein may be suballocated to any department or
    30      agency (CJSS2108) (55970) ... 25,000,000 ......... (re. $25,000,000)
 
    31  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2020:
    32    For competitive grants to provide  safety  and  security  projects  at
    33      nonprofit organizations at risk of hate crimes or attacks because of
    34      their  ideology,  beliefs or mission. Provided that an assessment of
    35      facilities at risk may include, but not  be  limited  to,  consider-
    36      ations  of  the  vulnerabilities  of  the  organization based on its
    37      location and membership, and the potential consequences  of  a  hate
    38      crime  or attack at the facility. Recipients of such grants shall be
    39      entitled to use such funds to purchase  commodities,  services,  and
    40      technology  through  centralized contracts established by the office
    41      of general services under section 163 of the state finance law,  and
    42      such  recipients  shall  be deemed for such purpose to be authorized
    43      users within the meaning of paragraph k of subdivision 1 of  section
    44      163  of  the state finance law. All or a portion of the funds appro-
    45      priated herein may be  suballocated  to  any  department  or  agency
    46      (CJSS2008) (55970) ... 25,000,000 ................ (re. $24,098,000)

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                                  EDUCATION DEPARTMENT
 
                               CAPITAL PROJECTS   2024-25
 
     1  For  the comprehensive construction programs, purposes and
     2    projects as herein  specified  in  accordance  with  the
     3    following:
 
     4                                          APPROPRIATIONS  REAPPROPRIATIONS
 
     5    Capital Projects Funds - Other .....     189,163,000     3,322,902,000
     6                                        ----------------  ----------------
     7      All Funds ........................     189,163,000     3,322,902,000
     8                                        ================  ================
 
     9  ADMINISTRATION (CCP) ......................................... 7,600,000
    10                                                            --------------
 
    11    Capital Projects Funds - Other
    12    Capital Projects Fund - 30000
    13    Preservation of Facilities Purpose
 
    14  For various minor rehabilitation projects to
    15    keep facilities in a safe operating condi-
    16    tion  subject  to  a plan developed by the
    17    education department and approved  by  the
    18    director of the budget (11MR2403) (21860) .... 3,400,000
    19  For the maintenance and operation of various
    20    facilities  and systems including personal
    21    services,  fringe  benefits  and  indirect
    22    costs.  Notwithstanding  any  other law to
    23    the contrary, all  or  a  portion  of  the
    24    funds  appropriated herein may be suballo-
    25    cated or transferred  to  any  department,
    26    agency,  or  public  authority  (11PS2403)
    27    (23304) ...................................... 4,200,000
 
    28  LIBRARY CONSTRUCTION (CCP) .................................. 44,000,000
    29                                                            --------------
 
    30    Capital Projects Funds - Other
    31    Capital Projects Fund - 30000
    32    Program Improvement/Change Purpose
 
    33  For total approved project costs pursuant to
    34    section 273-a of the  education  law,  for
    35    approved  projects,  excluding feasibility
    36    studies, plans or similar activities,  for
    37    the  acquisition  of  vacant  land and the
    38    acquisition, construction,  renovation  or
    39    rehabilitation,     including    leasehold
    40    improvements,  of  buildings   of   public
    41    libraries and library systems chartered by
    42    the  regents  of  the state of New York or
    43    established by an act of the  legislature,

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                                  EDUCATION DEPARTMENT
 
                               CAPITAL PROJECTS   2024-25
 
     1    subject   to  distribution  provisions  in
     2    subdivision 5  of  section  273-a  of  the
     3    education  law on and upon approval by the
     4    commissioner (11LC2408) (23486) ............. 34,000,000
     5  For additional total approved project  costs
     6    pursuant to section 273-a of the education
     7    law,   for  approved  projects,  excluding
     8    feasibility  studies,  plans  or   similar
     9    activities,  for the acquisition of vacant
    10    land and  the  acquisition,  construction,
    11    renovation  or  rehabilitation,  including
    12    projects related to health and safety  and
    13    the  Americans  with  Disabilities  Act of
    14    1990 and leasehold improvements, of build-
    15    ings  of  public  libraries  and   library
    16    systems  chartered  by  the regents of the
    17    state of New York or established by an act
    18    of the legislature,  subject  to  distrib-
    19    ution   provisions  in  subdivision  5  of
    20    section 273-a of the education law on  and
    21    upon approval by the commissioner ........... 10,000,000
 
    22  NON-PUBLIC SCHOOL HEALTH AND SAFETY PROJECTS (CCP) .......... 70,000,000
    23                                                            --------------
 
    24    Capital Projects Funds - Other
    25    Capital Projects Fund - 30000
    26    Health and Safety Purpose
 
    27  For  services  and  expenses  for  nonpublic
    28    schools of health  and  safety  equipment,
    29    security  personnel,  related  assessments
    30    and training needs, remediation of hazard-
    31    ous conditions, and the repair and mainte-
    32    nance of buildings,  facilities,  appurte-
    33    nances,  equipment and systems to maintain
    34    the health and safety of  school  building
    35    occupants,  utilizing competitive and non-
    36    competitive  grants  pursuant  to  a  plan
    37    developed by the commissioner of education
    38    and approved by the director of the budget
    39    (11SE2401) (55990) .......................... 45,000,000
    40  For  additional  services  and  expenses for
    41    nonpublic schools  of  health  and  safety
    42    equipment,   security  personnel,  related
    43    assessments and  training  needs,  remedi-
    44    ation  of  hazardous  conditions,  and the
    45    repair  and  maintenance   of   buildings,
    46    facilities,  appurtenances,  equipment and
    47    systems to maintain the health and  safety
    48    of  school  building  occupants, utilizing

                                           129                        12654-10-4
 
                                  EDUCATION DEPARTMENT
 
                               CAPITAL PROJECTS   2024-25
 
     1    competitive  and  non-competitive   grants
     2    pursuant   to  a  plan  developed  by  the
     3    commissioner  of education and approved by
     4    the director of the budget .................. 25,000,000
 
     5  SCHOOLS FOR NATIVE AMERICAN RESERVATIONS (CCP) .............. 20,099,000
     6                                                            --------------
 
     7    Capital Projects Funds - Other
     8    Capital Projects Fund - 30000
     9    Program Improvement/Change Purpose
 
    10  For various  rehabilitation  and  renovation
    11    projects  to keep facilities at the state-
    12    owned St. Regis Mohawk School, the Ononda-
    13    ga Nation School, and the Tuscarora Nation
    14    School in a safe and satisfactory  operat-
    15    ing condition, subject to a plan developed
    16    by  the  education department and approved
    17    by the director of the  budget  (11NA2408)
    18    (23368) ..................................... 20,099,000
 
    19  SCHOOL FOR THE BLIND (CCP) ................................... 4,470,000
    20                                                            --------------
 
    21    Capital Projects Funds - Other
    22    Capital Projects Fund - 30000
    23    Program Improvement/Change Purpose

    24  For  various  rehabilitation  and renovation
    25    projects to keep facilities at the  School
    26    for  the  Blind in a safe and satisfactory
    27    operating  condition  subject  to  a  plan
    28    developed  by the education department and
    29    approved by the  director  of  the  budget
    30    (11BB2408) (23369) ........................... 4,470,000
 
    31  SCHOOL FOR THE DEAF (CCP) .................................... 2,994,000
    32                                                            --------------
 
    33    Capital Projects Funds - Other
    34    Capital Projects Fund - 30000
    35    Program Improvement/Change Purpose
 
    36  For  various  rehabilitation  and renovation
    37    projects to keep facilities at the  School
    38    for  the  Deaf  in a safe and satisfactory
    39    operating  condition  subject  to  a  plan
    40    developed  by the education department and
    41    approved by the  director  of  the  budget
    42    (11RD2408) (23370) ........................... 2,994,000

                                           130                        12654-10-4
 
                                  EDUCATION DEPARTMENT
 
                               CAPITAL PROJECTS   2024-25
 
     1  STATE SUPPORTED SCHOOLS FOR THE BLIND AND DEAF (CCP) ........ 30,000,000
     2                                                            --------------
 
     3    Capital Projects Funds - Other
     4    Capital Projects Fund - 30000
     5    Health and Safety Purpose
 
     6  For  alteration, rehabilitation and improve-
     7    ment of various facilities operated by the
     8    state-supported schools for the blind  and
     9    deaf  authorized  under  article 85 of the
    10    education law, provided  that  such  funds
    11    shall be prioritized for health and safety
    12    needs  and  apportioned  based  on  a plan
    13    developed by the education department  and
    14    approved by the director of the budget ...... 30,000,000
 
    15  NEW YORK STATE MUSEUM, LIBRARY AND ARCHIVES (CCP) ........... 10,000,000
    16                                                            --------------
 
    17    Capital Projects Funds - Other
    18    Capital Projects Fund - 30000
    19    Program Improvement/Change Purpose
 
    20  For  projects  to  preserve  and improve the
    21    facilities of the state  museum,  library,
    22    and  archives  pursuant to a plan approved
    23    by the director of the budget ............... 10,000,000

                                           131                        12654-10-4
 
                                  EDUCATION DEPARTMENT
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1  ADMINISTRATION (CCP)
 
     2    Capital Projects Funds - Other
     3    Capital Projects Fund - 30000
     4    Preservation of Facilities Purpose
 
     5  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2023:
     6    For various minor rehabilitation projects to keep facilities in a safe
     7      operating  condition  subject  to  a plan developed by the education
     8      department and approved by the director  of  the  budget  (11MR2303)
     9      (21860) ... 3,400,000 ............................. (re. $3,400,000)
    10    For  the  maintenance  and operation of various facilities and systems
    11      including personal services, fringe  benefits  and  indirect  costs.
    12      Notwithstanding  any  other law to the contrary, all or a portion of
    13      the funds appropriated herein may be suballocated or transferred  to
    14      any department, agency, or public authority (11PS2303) (23304) .....
    15      4,200,000 ......................................... (re. $2,760,000)
 
    16  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2022:
    17    For various minor rehabilitation projects to keep facilities in a safe
    18      operating  condition  subject  to  a plan developed by the education
    19      department and approved by the director  of  the  budget  (11MR2203)
    20      (21860) ... 6,000,000 ............................. (re. $5,182,000)
    21    For  the  maintenance  and operation of various facilities and systems
    22      including personal services, fringe  benefits  and  indirect  costs.
    23      Notwithstanding  any  other law to the contrary, all or a portion of
    24      the funds appropriated herein may be suballocated or transferred  to
    25      any department, agency, or public authority (11PS2203) (23304) .....
    26      4,200,000 ............................................ (re. $27,000)
 
    27  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2021:
    28    For various minor rehabilitation projects to keep facilities in a safe
    29      operating  condition  subject  to  a plan developed by the education
    30      department and approved by the director  of  the  budget  (11MR2103)
    31      (21860) ... 3,400,000 ............................. (re. $2,103,000)
    32    For  the  maintenance  and operation of various facilities and systems
    33      including personal services, fringe  benefits  and  indirect  costs.
    34      Notwithstanding  any  other law to the contrary, all or a portion of
    35      the funds appropriated herein may be suballocated or transferred  to
    36      any department, agency, or public authority (11PS2103) (23304) .....
    37      4,200,000 ......................................... (re. $1,486,000)
 
    38  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2020:
    39    For various minor rehabilitation projects to keep facilities in a safe
    40      operating  condition  subject  to  a plan developed by the education
    41      department and approved by the director  of  the  budget  (11MR2003)
    42      (21860) ... 3,400,000 ............................. (re. $1,912,000)
 
    43  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2019:
    44    For various minor rehabilitation projects to keep facilities in a safe
    45      operating  condition  subject  to  a plan developed by the education

                                           132                        12654-10-4
 
                                  EDUCATION DEPARTMENT
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1      department and approved by the director  of  the  budget  (11021903)
     2      (21860) ... 3,400,000 ............................. (re. $2,226,000)
     3    For  the  maintenance  and operation of various facilities and systems
     4      including personal services, fringe  benefits  and  indirect  costs.
     5      Notwithstanding  any  other law to the contrary, all or a portion of
     6      the funds appropriated herein may be suballocated or transferred  to
     7      any department, agency, or public authority (11PS1903) (23304) .....
     8      4,100,000 ........................................... (re. $278,000)
 
     9  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2018:
    10    For various minor rehabilitation projects to keep facilities in a safe
    11      operating  condition  subject  to  a plan developed by the education
    12      department and approved by the director  of  the  budget  (11021803)
    13      (21860) ... 3,400,000 ............................. (re. $1,144,000)
 
    14  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2017:
    15    For various minor rehabilitation projects to keep facilities in a safe
    16      operating  condition  subject  to  a plan developed by the education
    17      department and approved by the director  of  the  budget  (11021703)
    18      (21860) ... 3,400,000 ............................... (re. $865,000)
 
    19  By chapter 55, section 1, of the laws of 2016:
    20    For various minor rehabilitation projects to keep facilities in a safe
    21      operating  condition  subject  to  a plan developed by the education
    22      department and approved by the director  of  the  budget  (11021603)
    23      (21860) ... 3,400,000 ................................ (re. $11,000)
 
    24  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2015:
    25    For various minor rehabilitation projects to keep facilities in a safe
    26      operating  condition  subject  to  a plan developed by the education
    27      department and approved by the director  of  the  budget  (11021503)
    28      (21860) ... 3,400,000 ............................... (re. $320,000)
 
    29  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2013:
    30    For various minor rehabilitation projects to keep facilities in a safe
    31      operating  condition, including but not limited to fire alarm system
    32      and security system upgrades at the School for the Blind at Batavia,
    33      subject to a plan developed by the education department and approved
    34      by the director of the budget (11021303) (21860) ...................
    35      3,400,000 ............................................ (re. $85,000)
 
    36    Capital Projects Funds - Other
    37    Capital Projects Fund - 30000
    38    Program Improvement/Change Purpose
 
    39  By chapter 100, section 2, of the laws of 2010, as  amended  by  chapter
    40      54, section 1, of the laws of 2011:
    41    For services and expenses related to implementing a state longitudinal
    42      data  system  including  but  not  limited  to  the  development and
    43      purchase of computer hardware, software, and related equipment, such
    44      amount shall include expenses to be made by the State University  of
    45      New  York  and  the  City  University  of New York provided that the

                                           133                        12654-10-4
 
                                  EDUCATION DEPARTMENT
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1      amount appropriated herein shall be subject to a plan  developed  by
     2      the education department and approved by the director of the budget.
     3    Notwithstanding any other provision of law to the contrary and subject
     4      to  the  approval  of  the  director of the budget, a portion of the
     5      funds appropriated herein may be transferred to the State University
     6      of New York and City  University  of  New  York  to  carry  out  the
     7      purposes of this appropriation (11031008) (21861) ..................
     8      20,400,000 ....................................... (re. $10,220,000)
 
     9  BREAKFAST AFTER THE BELL EQUIPMENT GRANTS (CCP)
 
    10    Capital Projects Funds - Other
    11    Capital Projects Fund - 30000
    12    Program Improvement/Change Purpose
 
    13  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2018:
    14    For  grants  to  public  elementary  or  secondary schools required to
    15      implement the breakfast after  the  bell  school  breakfast  program
    16      beginning  in  the  2018-19 school year pursuant to a chapter of the
    17      laws of 2018 for equipment purchases, provided, however,  that  such
    18      grants shall be limited to no more than $5,000 per school, and shall
    19      be  awarded based on an application developed by the state education
    20      department. Eligible equipment purchases shall include, but  not  be
    21      limited  to,  equipment  used  for  the  storage,  preservation,  or
    22      distribution of food (11BB1808) (55988) ............................
    23      7,000,000 ......................................... (re. $2,114,000)
 
    24  CULTURAL EDUCATION CENTER (CCP)
 
    25    Capital Projects Funds - Other
    26    Capital Projects Fund - 30000
    27    Health and Safety Purpose
 
    28  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2008:
    29    For the construction of an alternate emergency exit  in  the  cultural
    30      education center (11010801) (21862) ... 2,250,000 .... (re. $17,000)
    31    For fire safety system upgrades, environmental controls, and the reno-
    32      vation  of  restrooms  in  the  cultural education center (11030801)
    33      (21864) ... 2,500,000 ............................... (re. $628,000)
 
    34    Capital Projects Funds - Other
    35    Capital Projects Fund - 30000
    36    Preservation of Facilities Purpose
 
    37  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2004, as amended by chapter 62,
    38      section 3, of the laws of 2005:
    39    For minor rehabilitation projects to keep facilities in a safe operat-
    40      ing condition subject to a plan developed by the  education  depart-
    41      ment  and  approved by the director of the budget (11020403) (21865)
    42      ... 1,000,000 ........................................ (re. $37,000)

                                           134                        12654-10-4
 
                                  EDUCATION DEPARTMENT
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2002, as amended by chapter 55,
     2      section 1, of the laws of 2016:
     3    For  renovation  projects  to  preserve and revamp the collections and
     4      exhibits of the state museum, library and archives subject to a plan
     5      approved by the director of the budget (11030203) (23456) ..........
     6      5,000,000 ......................................... (re. $4,475,000)
 
     7    Capital Projects Funds - Other
     8    Capital Projects Fund - 30000
     9    Program Improvement/Change Purpose
 
    10  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2008:
    11    An  advance  for  projects  to  enhance  the  public  display  of  the
    12      collections  and exhibits of the state museum, library and archives,
    13      subject to a plan jointly submitted by the  board  of  the  cultural
    14      education  trust  and the state education department and approved by
    15      the director of the budget (11020808) (21868) ......................
    16      15,000,000 ....................................... (re. $11,150,000)
    17    For preservation and stewardship of collections in the cultural educa-
    18      tion center, including environmental controls, the  preservation  of
    19      records, and the purchase and installment of map and microform cabi-
    20      nets, compact shelving, and museum cabinetry (11060808) (21866) ....
    21      4,325,000 ........................................... (re. $540,000)
 
    22  CULTURAL EDUCATION STORAGE FACILITY (CCP)
 
    23    Capital Projects Funds - Other
    24    Capital Projects Fund - 30000
    25    New Facilities Purpose
 
    26  The appropriation made by chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2007, as
    27      amended  by  chapter  55,  section 1, of the laws of 2016, is hereby
    28      amended and reappropriated to read:
    29    Cultural education storage facility. For  costs  of  a  [new]  storage
    30      facility  for  the  collections  of  the  state  museum, library and
    31      archives, subject to a plan [jointly] submitted by the [board of the
    32      cultural education trust  and  the  cultural  education  department]
    33      commissioner  and  approved  by the division of the budget provided,
    34      however, that a portion of the funds appropriated herein may be used
    35      to conduct a feasibility study [and  a  land  review  prior  to  the
    36      submission  of  such  plan].  For any additional project using these
    37      funds which would create new storage space outside the  confines  of
    38      the state museum, the commissioner shall conduct a land review prior
    39      to the submission of a plan (11010707) (21878) .....................
    40      60,000,000 ....................................... (re. $59,736,000)
 
    41  EDUCATION BUILDING (CCP)
 
    42    Capital Projects Funds - Other
    43    Capital Projects Fund - 30000
    44    Preservation of Facilities Purpose

                                           135                        12654-10-4
 
                                  EDUCATION DEPARTMENT
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2006:
     2    For  partial  roof replacement of the education building and education
     3      building addition to keep facilities in a safe  operating  condition
     4      subject to a plan developed by the education department and approved
     5      by the director of the budget (11030603) (23454) ...................
     6      1,700,000 ........................................... (re. $160,000)
 
     7  LIBRARY CONSTRUCTION (CCP)
 
     8    Capital Projects Funds - Other
     9    Capital Projects Fund - 30000
    10    Program Improvement/Change Purpose
 
    11  The appropriation made by chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2023, as
    12      supplemented  by a transfer in accordance with state finance law, is
    13      hereby amended and reappropriated to read:
    14    For total approved project costs pursuant  to  section  273-a  of  the
    15      education law, for approved projects, excluding feasibility studies,
    16      plans  or similar activities, for the acquisition of vacant land and
    17      the acquisition, construction, renovation or rehabilitation, includ-
    18      ing projects related to health and safety  and  the  Americans  with
    19      Disabilities Act of 1990 and leasehold improvements, of buildings of
    20      public libraries and library systems chartered by the regents of the
    21      state  of  New  York  or  established  by an act of the legislature,
    22      subject to distribution provisions in subdivision 5 of section 273-a
    23      of the education law  on  and  upon  approval  by  the  commissioner
    24      (11LC2308) (23486) .................................................
    25      [14,000,000] 34,000,000 .......................... (re. $34,000,000)
 
    26  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2022, as amended by chapter 54,
    27      section 1, of the laws of 2023:
    28    For  total  approved  project  costs  pursuant to section 273-a of the
    29      education law, for approved projects, excluding feasibility studies,
    30      plans or similar activities, for the acquisition of vacant land  and
    31      the acquisition, construction, renovation or rehabilitation, includ-
    32      ing  leasehold  improvements,  of  buildings of public libraries and
    33      library systems chartered by the regents of the state of New York or
    34      established by an act of the legislature,  subject  to  distribution
    35      provisions in subdivision 5 of section 273-a of the education law on
    36      and upon approval by the commissioner (11LC2208) (23486) ...........
    37      34,000,000 ....................................... (re. $31,388,000)
 
    38  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2021, as amended by chapter 54,
    39      section 1, of the laws of 2023:
    40    For  total  approved  project  costs  pursuant to section 273-a of the
    41      education law, for approved projects, excluding feasibility studies,
    42      plans or similar activities, for the acquisition of vacant land  and
    43      the acquisition, construction, renovation or rehabilitation, includ-
    44      ing  leasehold  improvements,  of  buildings of public libraries and
    45      library systems chartered by the regents of the state of New York or
    46      established by an act of the legislature,  subject  to  distribution
    47      provisions in subdivision 5 of section 273-a of the education law on

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                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1      and upon approval by the commissioner (11LC2108) (23486) ...........
     2      34,000,000 ........................................ (re. $3,046,000)
 
     3  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2020:
     4    For  total  approved  project  costs  pursuant to section 273-a of the
     5      education law, for approved projects, excluding feasibility studies,
     6      plans or similar activities, for the acquisition of vacant land  and
     7      the acquisition, construction, renovation or rehabilitation, includ-
     8      ing  leasehold  improvements,  of  buildings of public libraries and
     9      library systems chartered by the regents of the state of New York or
    10      established by an act of the legislature,  subject  to  distribution
    11      provisions in subdivision 5 of section 273-a of the education law on
    12      and upon approval by the commissioner (11LC2008) (23486) ...........
    13      14,000,000 ........................................ (re. $1,041,000)
 
    14  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2019, as amended by chapter 54,
    15      section 1, of the laws of 2021:
    16    For  total  approved  project  costs  pursuant to section 273-a of the
    17      education law, for approved projects, excluding feasibility studies,
    18      plans or similar activities, for the acquisition of vacant land  and
    19      the acquisition, construction, renovation or rehabilitation, includ-
    20      ing  leasehold  improvements,  of  buildings of public libraries and
    21      library systems chartered by the regents of the state of New York or
    22      established by an act of the legislature,  subject  to  distribution
    23      provisions in subdivision 5 of section 273-a of the education law on
    24      and upon approval by the commissioner (11011908) (23486) ...........
    25      34,000,000 ........................................ (re. $1,513,000)
 
    26  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2018, as amended by chapter 54,
    27      section 1, of the laws of 2020:
    28    For  total  approved  project  costs  pursuant to section 273-a of the
    29      education law, for approved projects, excluding feasibility studies,
    30      plans or similar activities, for the acquisition of vacant land  and
    31      the acquisition, construction, renovation or rehabilitation, includ-
    32      ing  leasehold  improvements,  of  buildings of public libraries and
    33      library systems chartered by the regents of the state of New York or
    34      established by an act of the legislature,  subject  to  distribution
    35      provisions in subdivision 5 of section 273-a of the education law on
    36      and upon approval by the commissioner (11001808) (23486) ...........
    37      34,000,000 .......................................... (re. $570,000)
 
    38  NON-PUBLIC SCHOOL HEALTH AND SAFETY PROJECTS (CCP)
 
    39    Capital Projects Funds - Other
    40    Capital Projects Fund - 30000
    41    Health and Safety Purpose
 
    42  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2023:
    43    For  services  and expenses for nonpublic schools of health and safety
    44      equipment, security  personnel,  related  assessments  and  training
    45      needs, remediation of hazardous conditions, and the repair and main-
    46      tenance  of  buildings,  facilities,  appurtenances,  equipment  and

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                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25

     1      systems to maintain the health and safety of school  building  occu-
     2      pants, utilizing competitive and noncompetitive grants pursuant to a
     3      plan  developed by the commissioner of education and approved by the
     4      director of the budget (11SE2301) (55990) ..........................
     5      45,000,000 ....................................... (re. $45,000,000)
 
     6  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2022:
     7    For  services  and expenses for nonpublic schools of health and safety
     8      equipment, security  personnel,  related  assessments  and  training
     9      needs, remediation of hazardous conditions, and the repair and main-
    10      tenance  of  buildings,  facilities,  appurtenances,  equipment  and
    11      systems to maintain the health and safety of school  building  occu-
    12      pants, utilizing competitive and noncompetitive grants pursuant to a
    13      plan  developed by the commissioner of education and approved by the
    14      director of the budget (11SE2201) (55990) ..........................
    15      45,000,000 ....................................... (re. $45,000,000)
 
    16  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2021:
    17    For services and expenses of health  and  safety  equipment,  security
    18      personnel  and  related assessments and training needs for Nonpublic
    19      Schools, provided, however, that no  more  than  $4,500,000  of  the
    20      funds  appropriated herein shall be made available prior to April 1,
    21      2022 (11SE2101) (55990) ... 15,000,000 ........... (re. $14,655,000)
 
    22  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2020:
    23    For services and expenses of health  and  safety  equipment,  security
    24      personnel  and  related assessments and training needs for Nonpublic
    25      Schools, provided, however, that no  more  than  $4,500,000  of  the
    26      funds  appropriated herein shall be made available prior to April 1,
    27      2021 (11SE2001) (55990) ... 15,000,000 ............ (re. $9,688,000)
 
    28  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2019:
    29    For services and expenses of health  and  safety  equipment,  security
    30      personnel  and  related assessments and training needs for Nonpublic
    31      Schools, provided, however, that no  more  than  $4,500,000  of  the
    32      funds  appropriated herein shall be made available prior to April 1,
    33      2020 (11SE1901) (55990) ... 15,000,000 ............ (re. $7,373,000)
 
    34  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2018:
    35    For services and expenses of health  and  safety  equipment,  security
    36      personnel  and  related assessments and training needs for Nonpublic
    37      Schools, provided, however, that no  more  than  $4,500,000  of  the
    38      funds  appropriated herein shall be made available prior to April 1,
    39      2019 (11SE1801) (55990) ... 15,000,000 ............ (re. $5,811,000)
 
    40  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2017, as transferred by chapter
    41      54, section 1, of the laws of 2018:
    42    For services and expenses of health  and  safety  equipment,  security
    43      personnel  and  related assessments and training needs for Nonpublic
    44      Schools, provided, however, that no  more  than  $4,500,000  of  the
    45      funds  appropriated herein shall be made available prior to April 1,
    46      2018 (11SE1701) (55990) ... 15,000,000 ............ (re. $3,722,000)

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                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2016, as amended by chapter 54,
     2      section 1, of the laws of 2019:
     3    For  services  and  expenses  of health and safety equipment, security
     4      personnel and related assessments and training needs  for  Nonpublic
     5      Schools,  provided,  however,  that  no  more than $4,500,000 of the
     6      funds appropriated herein shall be made available prior to April  1,
     7      2017 (11SE1601) (55990) ... 10,768,000 ............ (re. $2,444,000)
 
     8  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2015, as amended by chapter 54,
     9      section 1, of the laws of 2019:
    10    For  services  and  expenses of Safety Equipment for Nonpublic Schools
    11      (11SE1501) (55990) ... 1,383,000 .................... (re. $387,000)
 
    12  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2014, as amended by chapter 54,
    13      section 1, of the laws of 2019:
    14    For services and expenses of Safety Equipment  for  Nonpublic  Schools
    15      (11SE1401) (55990) ... 1,325,000 .................... (re. $491,000)
 
    16  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2013, as amended by chapter 54,
    17      section 1, of the laws of 2019:
    18    For  services  and  expenses of Safety Equipment for Nonpublic Schools
    19      (11SE1301) (55990) ... 806,000 ...................... (re. $498,000)
 
    20  NON-PUBLIC SCHOOL TECHNOLOGY PROJECTS (CCP)
 
    21    Capital Projects Funds - Other
    22    Capital Projects Fund - 30000
    23    Program Improvement/Change Purpose
 
    24  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2017:
    25    For payment of the costs of  capital  projects  undertaken  by  or  on
    26      behalf  of  school  districts  for  the acquisition of smart schools
    27      classroom technology to be loaned to children attending a  nonpublic
    28      school  located in the school district, except a nonpublic school to
    29      which tuition is paid under articles 85 or 89 of the education  law,
    30      in  accordance with the requirements of section 755 of the education
    31      law and guidelines developed by the commissioner  of  education,  in
    32      connection  with  the smart schools investment plans first submitted
    33      to the education department prior to April 15, 2017 and approved  by
    34      the smart schools review board pursuant to subdivision 16 of section
    35      3641 of the education law.
    36    Each  school  district shall be eligible to receive an allocation from
    37      the funds appropriated herein equal to the product of the enrollment
    38      of all such nonpublic schools in the 2014-15 school year  multiplied
    39      by  the  per  pupil amount, provided that the liability of the state
    40      and the amount to be distributed or otherwise expended by the  state
    41      to  provide  such  loans shall be limited to the amount appropriated
    42      herein. The per pupil amount shall equal the  quotient  of  (i)  the
    43      amount  budgeted  by  such  school  district  in  its approved smart
    44      schools investment plan for  servers,  wireless  access  points  and
    45      other  portable  connectivity  devices  to  be acquired as part of a
    46      school connectivity project, divided by (ii) the  total  public  and

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                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1      nonpublic  school  enrollment in such school district in the 2014-15
     2      school year.
     3    Provided  further that no school district shall be eligible to receive
     4      an allocation to support the loan of smart schools  classroom  tech-
     5      nology  in  an  aggregate amount greater than $250 multiplied by the
     6      nonpublic school enrollment in the 2014-15 school year.
     7    Notwithstanding paragraph b of subdivision 16 of section 3641  of  the
     8      education  law, the commissioner of education shall distribute funds
     9      appropriated pursuant to this paragraph upon approval of an applica-
    10      tion made by the school district. Requests to  the  school  district
    11      for  loan  of smart schools classroom technology to be acquired with
    12      the funds appropriated herein shall be made in accordance  with  the
    13      requirements  of  subdivision  3 of section 755 of the education law
    14      (11NP1708) (55959) ... 25,000,000 ................ (re. $21,117,000)

    15  OFFICE OF THE PROFESSIONS ELECTRONIC LICENSING SYSTEM (CCP)
 
    16    Capital Projects Fund - Other
    17    Miscellaneous Capital Projects Fund
    18    Office of the Professions Electronic Licensing Account - 32222
    19    Program Improvement/Change Purpose
 
    20  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2023:
    21    For services and expenses related to the development of an  electronic
    22      licensing  system  for  the office of the professions, including but
    23      not limited to equipment, software, hardware and  services,  subject
    24      to  a plan developed by the education department in conjunction with
    25      the office of information technology services and  approved  by  the
    26      director of the budget.
    27    Funds  appropriated  herein  may  be  suballocated  to any other state
    28      department, agency, or public benefit corporation,  to  achieve  the
    29      purpose of this appropriation (11EL2308) (55992) ...................
    30      5,160,000 ......................................... (re. $5,160,000)
 
    31  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2022:
    32    For  services and expenses related to the development of an electronic
    33      licensing system for the office of the  professions,  including  but
    34      not  limited  to equipment, software, hardware and services, subject
    35      to a plan developed by the education department in conjunction  with
    36      the  office  of  information technology services and approved by the
    37      director of the budget.
    38    Funds appropriated herein may  be  suballocated  to  any  other  state
    39      department,  agency,  or  public benefit corporation, to achieve the
    40      purpose of this appropriation (11EL2208) (55992) ...................
    41      7,790,000 ......................................... (re. $5,416,000)

    42  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2021:
    43    For services and expenses related to the development of an  electronic
    44      licensing  system  for  the office of the professions, including but
    45      not limited to equipment, software, hardware and  services,  subject
    46      to  a plan developed by the education department in conjunction with

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                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1      the office of information technology services and  approved  by  the
     2      director of the budget.
     3    Funds  appropriated  herein  may  be  suballocated  to any other state
     4      department, agency, or public benefit corporation,  to  achieve  the
     5      purpose of this appropriation (11EL2108) (55992) ...................
     6      7,850,000 ............................................ (re. $18,000)
 
     7  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2020:
     8    For  services and expenses related to the development of an electronic
     9      licensing system for the office of the  professions,  including  but
    10      not  limited  to equipment, software, hardware and services, subject
    11      to a plan developed by the education department in conjunction  with
    12      the  office  of  information technology services and approved by the
    13      director of the budget. Funds appropriated herein  may  be  suballo-
    14      cated  to  any  other  state  department,  agency, or public benefit
    15      corporation, to achieve the purpose of this appropriation (11EL2008)
    16      (55992) ... 25,390,000 ........................... (re. $16,727,000)
 
    17  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2019:
    18    For services and expenses related to the development of an  electronic
    19      licensing  system  for  the office of the professions, including but
    20      not limited to equipment, software, hardware and  services,  subject
    21      to  a plan developed by the education department in conjunction with
    22      the office of information technology services and  approved  by  the
    23      director  of  the  budget. Funds appropriated herein may be suballo-
    24      cated to any other  state  department,  agency,  or  public  benefit
    25      corporation, to achieve the purpose of this appropriation (11EL1908)
    26      (55992) ... 7,200,000 ............................... (re. $174,000)
 
    27  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2018:
    28    For  services and expenses related to the development of an electronic
    29      licensing system for the office of the  professions,  including  but
    30      not  limited  to equipment, software, hardware and services, subject
    31      to a plan developed by the education department in conjunction  with
    32      the  office  of  information technology services and approved by the
    33      director of the budget. Funds appropriated herein  may  be  suballo-
    34      cated  to  any  other  state  department,  agency, or public benefit
    35      corporation, to achieve the purpose of this appropriation (11EL1808)
    36      (55992) ... 4,300,000 ............................... (re. $789,000)
 
    37  SAFETY AND SECURITY PROJECTS FOR AT RISK FACILITIES (CCP)
 
    38    Capital Projects Funds - Other
    39    Capital Project Fund - 30000
    40    Program Improvement/Change Purpose
 
    41  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2019, as amended by chapter 54,
    42      section 1, of the laws of 2020:
    43    For a  competitive  grant  program  to  provide  safety  and  security
    44      projects  at  nonpublic schools and day camps at risk of hate crimes
    45      or attacks because of their ideology, beliefs or  mission.  Provided
    46      that  an  assessment  of  facilities at risk may include, but not be

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                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1      limited to, considerations of the vulnerabilities of  the  organiza-
     2      tion  based on its location and membership, and the potential conse-
     3      quences of a hate crime or attack at the facility. Provided  further
     4      that  recipients  of such grants may be required to commit to under-
     5      take matching safety and security projects in an amount  established
     6      in  the  request  for  applications  for  such  grants, and provided
     7      further that recipients of such grants shall be entitled to use such
     8      funds to purchase  commodities,  services,  and  technology  through
     9      centralized  contracts established by the office of general services
    10      under section 163 of the state  finance  law,  and  such  recipients
    11      shall  be  deemed  for such purposes to be "authorized users" within
    12      the meaning of paragraph k of subdivision 1 of section  163  of  the
    13      state  finance  law. Notwithstanding section 93 of the state finance
    14      law or any provision of law to the contrary, the amount appropriated
    15      herein may be transferred or suballocated to the division  of  home-
    16      land  security  and  emergency  services to accomplish the intent of
    17      this appropriation or  interchanged  with  any  other  appropriation
    18      within  the safety and security for at-risk facilities comprehensive
    19      construction program (11MG1908) ... 20,000,000 ... (re. $17,804,000)
    20    For competitive grants to provide  safety  and  security  projects  at
    21      nonpublic  schools,  community  centers,  residential camps, and day
    22      care facilities at risk of hate crimes or attacks because  of  their
    23      ideology, beliefs or mission. Provided that an assessment of facili-
    24      ties  at  risk may include, but not be limited to, considerations of
    25      the vulnerabilities of the organization based on  its  location  and
    26      membership, and the potential consequences of a hate crime or attack
    27      at the facility, and provided further that recipients of such grants
    28      shall  be  entitled  to  use  such  funds  to  purchase commodities,
    29      services, and technology through centralized  contracts  established
    30      by  the  office  of  general services under section 163 of the state
    31      finance law, and such recipients shall be deemed for  such  purposes
    32      to be "authorized users" within the meaning of paragraph k of subdi-
    33      vision  1  of  section 163 of the state finance law. Notwithstanding
    34      section 93 of the state finance law or any provision of law  to  the
    35      contrary,  the  amount  appropriated  herein  may  be transferred or
    36      suballocated to the division  of  homeland  security  and  emergency
    37      services  to  accomplish  the intent of this appropriation or inter-
    38      changed with any other appropriation within the safety and  security
    39      for at-risk facilities comprehensive construction program (11HS1908)
    40      (55970) ... 25,000,000 ........................... (re. $21,385,000)
 
    41  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2017, as amended by chapter 54,
    42      section 1, of the laws of 2020:
    43    For  competitive  grants  to  provide  safety and security projects at
    44      nonpublic schools, community centers and day care facilities at risk
    45      of hate crimes or attacks because  of  their  ideology,  beliefs  or
    46      mission.  Provided  that  an  assessment  of  facilities at risk may
    47      include, but not be limited to, considerations of  the  vulnerabili-
    48      ties  of  the organization based on its location and membership, and
    49      the potential consequences of a hate crime or attack at the  facili-
    50      ty,  and  provided  further  that recipients of such grants shall be
    51      entitled to use such funds to purchase  commodities,  services,  and

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                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25

     1      technology  through  centralized contracts established by the office
     2      of general services under section 163 of the state finance law,  and
     3      such  recipients shall be deemed for such purposes to be "authorized
     4      users" within the meaning of paragraph k of subdivision 1 of section
     5      163  of the state finance law. The amount appropriated herein may be
     6      transferred or suballocated to the division of homeland security and
     7      emergency services to accomplish the intent  of  this  appropriation
     8      (11HS1708) (55970) ... 25,000,000 ................. (re. $5,564,000)
 
     9  SCHOOLS FOR NATIVE AMERICAN RESERVATIONS (CCP)
 
    10    Capital Projects Funds - Other
    11    Capital Projects Fund - 30000
    12    Health and Safety Purpose
 
    13  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2009:
    14    For  various rehabilitation and renovation projects to keep facilities
    15      at the St. Regis Mohawk Elementary School in a safe operating condi-
    16      tion subject to a plan developed by  the  education  department  and
    17      approved by the director of the budget (11020901) (23464) ..........
    18      4,000,000 ............................................ (re. $88,000)
 
    19    Capital Projects Funds - Other
    20    Capital Projects Fund - 30000
    21    Preservation of Facilities Purpose
 
    22  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2004:
    23    For  various rehabilitation and renovation projects to keep facilities
    24      at the St. Regis Mohawk Elementary School in a safe operating condi-
    25      tion subject to a plan developed by  the  education  department  and
    26      approved by the director of the budget (11040403) (21876) ..........
    27      4,500,000 ............................................. (re. $2,000)
 
    28    Capital Projects Funds - Other
    29    Capital Projects Fund - 30000
    30    Program Improvement/Change Purpose
 
    31  The appropriation made by chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2023, is
    32      hereby amended and reappropriated to read:
    33    For  various rehabilitation and renovation projects to keep facilities
    34      at the [stateowned] state-owned St. Regis Mohawk School, the Ononda-
    35      ga Nation School, and the Tuscarora Nation  School  in  a  safe  and
    36      satisfactory operating condition, and for a study of the feasibility
    37      of construction of new school facilities where necessary, subject to
    38      a  plan  developed  by  the education department and approved by the
    39      director of the budget (11NA2308) (23368) ..........................
    40      20,099,000 ....................................... (re. $20,099,000)
 
    41  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2022:
    42    For various rehabilitation and renovation projects to keep  facilities
    43      at  the  state-owned  St.  Regis  Mohawk School, the Onondaga Nation
    44      School, and the Tuscarora Nation School in a safe  and  satisfactory

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                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1      operating  condition  subject  to  a plan developed by the education
     2      department and approved by the director  of  the  budget  (11NA2208)
     3      (23368) ... 35,700,000 ........................... (re. $35,322,000)
 
     4  SCHOOL FOR THE BLIND (CCP)
 
     5    Capital Projects Funds - Other
     6    Capital Projects Fund - 30000
     7    Program Improvement/Change Purpose
 
     8  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2023:
     9    For  various rehabilitation and renovation projects to keep facilities
    10      at the School for the Blind in a  safe  and  satisfactory  operating
    11      condition  subject  to  a plan developed by the education department
    12      and approved by the director of the budget (11BB2308) (23369) ......
    13      4,470,000 ......................................... (re. $4,470,000)
 
    14  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2022:
    15    For various rehabilitation and renovation projects to keep  facilities
    16      at  the  School  for  the Blind in a safe and satisfactory operating
    17      condition subject to a plan developed by  the  education  department
    18      and approved by the director of the budget (11BB2208) (23468) ......
    19      3,200,000 ......................................... (re. $3,144,000)
 
    20  SCHOOL FOR THE BLIND - BATAVIA (CCP)
 
    21    Capital Projects Funds - Other
    22    Capital Projects Fund - 30000
    23    Health and Safety Purpose

    24  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2009:
    25    For  various rehabilitation and renovation projects to keep facilities
    26      at the School for the Blind in a safe operating condition subject to
    27      a plan developed by the education department  and  approved  by  the
    28      director of the budget (11030901) (23468) ... 800,000 . (re. $1,000)
 
    29  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2008:
    30    For  security  and fire alarm system upgrades, physical plant improve-
    31      ments to infrastructure around  Severne  Hall,  backflow  prevention
    32      devices,  and  roof  replacement  on  Knight  Hall and Hamilton Hall
    33      (11050801) (21870) ... 2,330,000 .................... (re. $662,000)
 
    34  SCHOOL FOR THE DEAF (CCP)
 
    35    Capital Projects Funds - Other
    36    Capital Projects Fund - 30000
    37    Program Improvement/Change Purpose
 
    38  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2023:
    39    For various rehabilitation and renovation projects to keep  facilities
    40      at  the  School  for  the  Deaf in a safe and satisfactory operating
    41      condition subject to a plan developed by  the  education  department

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                                  EDUCATION DEPARTMENT
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1      and approved by the director of the budget (11RD2308) (23370) ......
     2      2,994,000 ......................................... (re. $2,994,000)
 
     3  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2022:
     4    For  various rehabilitation and renovation projects to keep facilities
     5      at the School for the Deaf in  a  safe  and  satisfactory  operating
     6      condition  subject  to  a plan developed by the education department
     7      and approved by the director of the budget (11RD2208) (23468) ......
     8      1,800,000 ......................................... (re. $1,796,000)
 
     9  SCHOOL FOR THE DEAF - ROME (CCP)
 
    10    Capital Projects Funds - Other
    11    Capital Projects Fund - 30000
    12    Health and Safety Purpose
 
    13  By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2008:
    14    For dormitory environmental controls  and  the  replacement  of  paver
    15      stones, manhole covers and catch basins (11040801) (21871) .........
    16      650,000 ............................................. (re. $138,000)
 
    17  SMART SCHOOLS BOND ACT (CCP)
 
    18    Capital Projects Funds - Other
    19    Smart Schools Bond Fund
    20    Smart Schools Bond Fund Account - 30710
    21    Bond Proceeds Purpose
 
    22  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2014:
    23    The  sum of $2,000,000,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary and
    24      available, is hereby appropriated from the smart schools  bond  fund
    25      as  established  by  section  97-oooo  of  the  state finance law in
    26      accordance with the provisions of such section, for payment  to  the
    27      capital  projects fund in order to reimburse such fund for disburse-
    28      ments certified by the  state  comptroller  as  bondable  under  the
    29      provisions of the smart schools bond act of 2014.
    30    The  director  of  the budget is hereby authorized to designate to the
    31      state comptroller specific  appropriations  made  from  the  capital
    32      projects fund for purposes for which smart schools bond fund expend-
    33      itures  are authorized. The state comptroller shall at the commence-
    34      ment of each month certify to the director of the budget, the chair-
    35      man of the  senate  finance  committee,  and  the  chairman  of  the
    36      assembly  ways  and  means committee, the amounts disbursed from the
    37      appropriations so designated by the director of the budget from  the
    38      capital projects fund for such purposes for the month preceding such
    39      certification and such certifications shall not exceed in the aggre-
    40      gate the moneys hereby appropriated. A copy of each such certificate
    41      shall also be delivered to departments, agencies and public authori-
    42      ties  to  which  such  capital projects fund appropriations are made
    43      available.
    44    Notwithstanding the provisions of  any  general  or  special  law,  no
    45      moneys  shall  be available from the smart schools bond fund until a

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                                  EDUCATION DEPARTMENT
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25

     1      certificate of approval of availability shall have  been  issued  by
     2      the  director  of  the  budget,  and  a  copy of such certificate of
     3      approval filed with the  state  comptroller,  the  chairman  of  the
     4      senate  finance  committee and the chairman of the assembly ways and
     5      means committee. Such certificate may be amended from time  to  time
     6      by  the  director  of  the budget, and a copy of each such amendment
     7      shall be filed with the  state  comptroller,  the  chairman  of  the
     8      senate  finance  committee and the chairman of the assembly ways and
     9      means committee (11SS1410) (80912) .................................
    10      2,000,000,000 ................................. (re. $1,597,482,000)
 
    11  SMART SCHOOLS IMPLEMENTATION (CCP)
 
    12    Capital Projects Funds - Other
    13    Capital Projects Fund - Smart Schools (Bondable) - 30000
    14    Educational Purpose

    15  The appropriation made by chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2014, is
    16      hereby amended and reappropriated to read:
    17    For payment of the costs of  capital  projects  undertaken  by  or  on
    18      behalf  of  school districts as part of such school districts' smart
    19      schools investment plans [as approved by the  smart  schools  review
    20      board],  pursuant to the smart schools bond act of 2014 and subdivi-
    21      sion 16 of section 3641 of the education law,[both enacted as legis-
    22      lation submitted by the governor pursuant to article VII of the  New
    23      York  constitution,]  to  be  reimbursed from bond fund proceeds for
    24      acquisition or installation of educational technology  equipment  or
    25      for design, planning, site acquisition, construction, reconstruction
    26      or rehabilitation of pre-kindergarten classroom space; instructional
    27      space  to  replace  transportable  classroom units, or for high-tech
    28      school safety and security projects.
    29    Costs of such smart schools projects may include but not be limited to
    30      interactive  whiteboards;  computer  servers;  desktop,  laptop  and
    31      tablet  computers;  grants  for  high-speed  broadband  and wireless
    32      internet connectivity for schools and communities within the  school
    33      district  for  enhanced  educational opportunity; classroom space to
    34      accommodate  pre-kindergarten  programs;  instructional   space   to
    35      replace  transportable  classroom units; and high-tech school safety
    36      and security projects. Pursuant to school districts' approved  smart
    37      schools investment plans, all or a portion of the funds appropriated
    38      hereby may be suballocated or transferred to any department, agency,
    39      or public authority.
    40    No  part  of  this  appropriation  shall  be  made  available prior to
    41      approval of the smart schools bond act of 2014 by the voters at  the
    42      general  election  to be held in November of 2014 (11SR14ED) (56144)
    43      ... 2,000,000,000 ............................. (re. $1,153,012,000)
 
    44  SMART SCHOOLS SPECIAL EDUCATION PROJECTS (CCP)
 
    45    Capital Projects Funds - Other
    46    Capital Projects Fund - 30000
    47    Educational Purpose

                                           146                        12654-10-4
 
                                  EDUCATION DEPARTMENT
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1  The appropriation made by chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2014, is
     2      hereby amended and reappropriated to read:
     3    For  payment  of  the  costs  of  capital projects undertaken by or on
     4      behalf of special act school districts, state-supported schools  for
     5      the  blind and deaf and approved private special education schools[,
     6      pursuant to investment plans approved by the  smart  schools  review
     7      board established by subdivision 16 of section 3641 of the education
     8      law,]  for  acquisition  or  installation  of educational technology
     9      equipment. Costs of such projects may include but not be limited  to
    10      interactive  whiteboards;  computer  servers;  desktop,  laptop  and
    11      tablet computers; and high-speed  broadband  and  wireless  Internet
    12      connectivity;  design,  planning,  site  acquisition,  construction,
    13      reconstruction or rehabilitation of instructional space  to  replace
    14      transportable classroom units; and high-tech school safety and secu-
    15      rity  projects.  This  appropriation  shall be made available to the
    16      same extent as funds are authorized and made available  pursuant  to
    17      the smart schools bond act of 2014 (110014ED) (56156) ..............
    18      5,000,000 ......................................... (re. $2,479,000)
 
    19  STATE AID DATA SYSTEM (CCP)
 
    20    Capital Projects Fund - Other
    21    Capital Projects Fund - 30000
    22    Program Improvement/Change Purpose
 
    23  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2021:
    24    For  services  and expenses related to the development of a modernized
    25      state aid data system, including but not limited to equipment, soft-
    26      ware, hardware and services, subject to  a  plan  developed  by  the
    27      education  department  in conjunction with the office of information
    28      technology services and approved by the director of the budget.
    29    Funds appropriated herein may  be  suballocated  to  any  other  state
    30      department,  agency,  or  public benefit corporation, to achieve the
    31      purpose of this appropriation subject to approval by the director of
    32      the budget (11SA2108) (23343) ... 41,000,000 ..... (re. $40,098,000)
 
    33  STATE SUPPORTED SCHOOLS FOR THE BLIND AND DEAF (CCP)
 
    34    Capital Projects Funds - Other
    35    Capital Projects Fund - 30000
    36    Health and Safety Purpose
 
    37  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2021:
    38    For alteration, rehabilitation and improvement of  various  facilities
    39      operated  by  the  state-supported  schools  for  the blind and deaf
    40      authorized under article 85 of the education law, provided that such
    41      funds shall be prioritized for health and safety  needs  and  appor-
    42      tioned  based  on  a  plan developed by the education department and
    43      approved by the director of the budget (11422101) (23303) ..........
    44      30,000,000 ....................................... (re. $30,000,000)
 
    45  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2019:

                                           147                        12654-10-4
 
                                  EDUCATION DEPARTMENT
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1    For alteration, rehabilitation and improvement of  various  facilities
     2      operated  by  the  state-supported  schools  for  the blind and deaf
     3      authorized under article 85 of the education law, provided that such
     4      funds shall be prioritized for health and safety  needs  and  appor-
     5      tioned  based  on  a  plan developed by the education department and
     6      approved by the director of the budget (11421901) (23303) ..........
     7      30,000,000 ....................................... (re. $24,009,000)

                                           148                        12654-10-4
 
                                STATE BOARD OF ELECTIONS
 
                               CAPITAL PROJECTS   2024-25
 
     1                                          APPROPRIATIONS  REAPPROPRIATIONS
 
     2    Capital Projects Funds - Other .....      14,700,000        41,671,000
     3                                        ----------------  ----------------
     4      All Funds ........................      14,700,000        41,671,000
     5                                        ================  ================
 
     6  PROGRAM IMPROVEMENTS OR CHANGE (CCP) ........................ 14,700,000
     7                                                            --------------

     8    Capital Projects Funds - Other
     9    Capital Projects Fund - 30000
    10    Program Improvement/Change Purpose
 
    11  The  amounts  appropriated  herein, shall be
    12    made  available   to   local   boards   of
    13    elections,  including  the  New  York city
    14    board of elections for  the  reimbursement
    15    of  eligible costs related to the purchase
    16    of electronic poll books. The state  board
    17    of  elections shall develop a plan for the
    18    distribution of such funds to local boards
    19    of elections for reimbursement of eligible
    20    costs,  including,  but  not  limited  to,
    21    electronic  poll  books,  associated soft-
    22    ware,  and  on-demand   ballot   printers,
    23    provided  that such reimbursement shall be
    24    apportioned based on the number of  regis-
    25    tered  voters in a county.  The plan shall
    26    include a listing of allowable  costs  and
    27    details  of the reimbursement claims proc-
    28    ess and timeframes,  provided  that  local
    29    boards  of  election  claims shall include
    30    such information as necessary  to  support
    31    state financing mechanisms. A copy of such
    32    plan  shall  be  sent  to  the director of
    33    budget, the senate finance committee,  and
    34    the  assembly  ways  and  means  committee
    35    (EL012408)(23523) ........................... 14,700,000
    36                                              --------------

                                           149                        12654-10-4
 
                                STATE BOARD OF ELECTIONS
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1  PROGRAM IMPROVEMENTS OR CHANGE (CCP)
 
     2    Capital Project Funds - Other
     3    Capital Projects Fund - 30000
     4    Program Improvement/Change Purpose

     5  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2023:
     6    The  amounts  appropriated  herein,  shall  be made available to local
     7      boards of elections for  technology  upgrades  and  equipment.  Such
     8      funds  shall  be  made  available  to  local boards of elections for
     9      reimbursement of eligible costs, including, but not limited to,  the
    10      replacement  of  voting systems and equipment, absentee ballot scan-
    11      ners, mail processing equipment, and infrastructure to  protect  the
    12      connectivity  and security of county elections software, pursuant to
    13      a plan developed by the state board of elections.  A  copy  of  such
    14      plan  shall  be  sent to the director of the division of budget, the
    15      senate finance committee, and the assembly ways and means  committee
    16      (EL012308)(23527) ... 15,000,000 ................. (re. $15,000,000)

    17  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2021:
    18    The  amounts appropriated herein, shall be made available to the state
    19      and local boards of elections, including the New York city board  of
    20      elections  for  software  and technology upgrades and equipment. The
    21      state board of elections shall develop a plan for  the  distribution
    22      of  such  funds  which may include up to $5,000,000 needed for state
    23      board of elections  capital  costs  and  implementation  costs.  The
    24      remaining  funds, of at least $20,000,000 shall be made available to
    25      local boards of  elections  for  reimbursement  of  eligible  costs,
    26      including, but not limited to, the replacement of voting systems and
    27      equipment,  absentee ballot scanners, mail processing equipment, and
    28      infrastructure to protect the connectivity and  security  of  county
    29      elections  software,  including  assistance  for  areas unserved and
    30      underserved by broadband service, provided that  such  reimbursement
    31      shall  be  apportioned based on the number of registered voters in a
    32      county (EL012108) (23527) ... 25,000,000 ......... (re. $11,041,000)
 
    33  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2020:
    34    For services and expenses related to the acquisition  and  development
    35      of  technology, including but not limited to equipment, software and
    36      services, which will support the implementation of the voter enfran-
    37      chisement modernization act of 2019, including costs incurred  prior
    38      to  April 1, 2020. A portion of these funds shall be used, as allow-
    39      able, to satisfy the state match requirement  of  the  2020  federal
    40      HAVA  funding.  Funds appropriated herein may be suballocated to any
    41      other state department, agency, or public  benefit  corporation,  to
    42      achieve this purpose (EL012008) (23523) ............................
    43      16,000,000 ....................................... (re. $14,909,000)
 
    44  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2019:
    45    The  amounts appropriated herein, shall be made available to the state
    46      and local boards of elections, including the New York city board  of
    47      elections  for  initial technology costs of electronic poll books as

                                           150                        12654-10-4
 
                                STATE BOARD OF ELECTIONS
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1      authorized in 2019 voter reform  legislation.  The  state  board  of
     2      elections  shall  develop  a plan for the distribution of such funds
     3      which may include amounts needed for state board of elections imple-
     4      mentation  costs.  The  remaining  funds  shall be made available to
     5      local boards of  elections  for  reimbursement  of  eligible  costs,
     6      including,  but not limited to, electronic poll books and associated
     7      software, on-demand ballot  printers  and  cyber  security  software
     8      required  to implement early voting provided that such reimbursement
     9      shall be apportioned based on the number of registered voters  in  a
    10      county.  The  plan  shall  include  a listing of allowable costs and
    11      details of the reimbursement claims process and timeframes, provided
    12      that local boards of election claims shall include such  information
    13      as  necessary to support state financing mechanisms. Notwithstanding
    14      any other law to the contrary, all or a portion of the amounts here-
    15      by appropriated may be suballocated or transferred  to  any  depart-
    16      ment, agency or public authority (EL011908) (23523) ................
    17      14,700,000 .......................................... (re. $721,000)

                                           151                        12654-10-4
 
                        ENERGY RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY
 
                               CAPITAL PROJECTS   2024-25
 
     1  For  the comprehensive construction programs, purposes and
     2    projects as herein  specified  in  accordance  with  the
     3    following:
 
     4                                          APPROPRIATIONS  REAPPROPRIATIONS
 
     5    Capital Projects Funds - Other .....      25,800,000       232,959,000
     6                                        ----------------  ----------------
     7      All Funds ........................      25,800,000       232,959,000
     8                                        ================  ================
 
     9  WESTERN NEW YORK NUCLEAR SERVICE CENTER PROGRAM (CCP) ....... 25,800,000
    10                                                            --------------
 
    11    Capital Projects Funds - Other
    12    Capital Projects Fund - 30000
    13    Western New York Nuclear Service Center Program Purpose
 
    14  For  services  and expenses required to meet
    15    the New York  state  energy  research  and
    16    development  authority obligations for the
    17    western New York nuclear  service  center,
    18    including obligations pursuant to the West
    19    Valley  demonstration project act (Pub. L.
    20    96-368)(03WV24G6) (44406) ................... 25,800,000

                                           152                        12654-10-4
 
                        ENERGY RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY

                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1  CLEANER, GREENER COMMUNITIES PROGRAM (CCP)
 
     2    Capital Projects Funds - Other
     3    Capital Projects Fund - 30000
     4    Environmental Protection Purpose
 
     5  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2013:
     6    For  capital  grants  for  the  cleaner,  greener  communities program
     7      (03CG1306) (44408) ... 25,000,000 ................. (re. $7,159,000)
 
     8  EMPOWER PLUS PROGRAM (CCP)
 
     9    Capital Projects Funds - Other
    10    Capital Projects Fund - 30000
    11    EmPower Plus Program Purpose
 
    12  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2023:
    13    The sum of  $200,000,000  is  hereby  appropriated  for  services  and
    14      expenses,  loans,  grants,  and  other costs related to clean energy
    15      projects, including but not limited to the  New  York  state  energy
    16      research  and development authority's EmPower Plus Program for resi-
    17      dential low income energy efficiency, heating  and  cooling,  health
    18      and  safety  and  other  related  energy  improvements and expenses,
    19      including administrative expenses needed  to  support  the  program.
    20      Notwithstanding  any  other  law to the contrary, a portion of these
    21      funds appropriated herein may be  suballocated  to  any  department,
    22      agency, or public authority (03EM23EM) (58019) .....................
    23      200,000,000 ..................................... (re. $200,000,000)
 
    24  WESTERN NEW YORK NUCLEAR SERVICE CENTER PROGRAM (CCP)
 
    25    Capital Projects Funds - Other
    26    Capital Projects Fund - 30000
    27    Western New York Nuclear Service Center Program Purpose
 
    28  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2023:
    29    For  services  and expenses required to meet the New York state energy
    30      research and development authority obligations for the  western  New
    31      York  nuclear  service center, including obligations pursuant to the
    32      West Valley demonstration project  act  (Pub.  L.  96-368)(03WV23G6)
    33      (44406) ... 25,800,000 ........................... (re. $25,800,000)

                                           153                        12654-10-4
 
                        DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
 
                               CAPITAL PROJECTS   2024-25
 
     1  For  the comprehensive construction programs, purposes and
     2    projects as herein  specified  in  accordance  with  the
     3    following:
 
     4                                          APPROPRIATIONS  REAPPROPRIATIONS
 
     5    Capital Projects Funds - Other .....   1,380,650,000    16,315,903,000
     6    Capital Projects Funds - Federal ...     525,000,000     1,281,626,000
     7    Special Revenue Funds - Other ......               0            97,000
     8                                        ----------------  ----------------
     9      All Funds ........................   1,905,650,000    17,597,626,000
    10                                        ================  ================
 
    11  ADMINISTRATION (CCP) ....................................... 105,000,000
    12                                                            --------------
 
    13    Capital Projects Funds - Other
    14    Capital Projects Fund - 30000
    15    Administration Purpose
 
    16  For  employee  fringe  benefits and indirect
    17    costs  related  to  employees  paid   from
    18    department   capital  projects  funds  and
    19    capital accounts (09FG2450) (25729) ......... 20,000,000
    20  For services and  expenses  related  to  the
    21    acquisition and development of technology,
    22    including  but  not  limited to equipment,
    23    software, and services. Funds appropriated
    24    herein may be suballocated  to  any  other
    25    state department to achieve the purpose of
    26    this appropriation (09CS2450) (24807) ........ 5,000,000
    27  For  services  and  expenses  related to the
    28    support of the Department of Environmental
    29    Conservation, including but not limited to
    30    personal  service,  nonpersonal   service,
    31    fringe  benefits  and indirect costs. This
    32    appropriation is  available  for  payments
    33    for  state  operations, aid to localities,
    34    or capital purposes (09TS2450) .............. 10,000,000
 
    35    Capital Projects Funds - Federal
    36    Federal Capital Projects Fund - 31364
    37    ENCON Federal Infrastructure and Jobs Act
    38    Administration Projects Purpose

    39  For the expenditure of federal funds includ-
    40    ing  but  not  limited  to   those   funds
    41    provided for in the Infrastructure Invest-
    42    ment  and  Jobs  Act made available to the
    43    department of environmental  conservation,
    44    from  any federal agency under any federal
    45    programs,   for   environmental   purposes

                                           154                        12654-10-4
 
                        DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
 
                               CAPITAL PROJECTS   2024-25
 
     1    including but not limited to construction,
     2    reconstruction,  preservation, and operat-
     3    ing costs. Any portion of  this  appropri-
     4    ation  may  be  transferred to state oper-
     5    ations    and    aid    to     localities.
     6    Notwithstanding   any  other  inconsistent
     7    provisions of  law,  funding  appropriated
     8    herein  is authorized for suballocation or
     9    transfer to other state departments, agen-
    10    cies, and authorities, and may  be  trans-
    11    ferred  or interchanged within the depart-
    12    ment  of  environmental  conservation,  as
    13    necessary   to   accomplish  the  intended
    14    purpose of the  federal  funds  (09IJ2450)
    15    (62014) ..................................... 70,000,000
 
    16  AIR RESOURCES (CCP) .......................................... 1,000,000
    17                                                            --------------
 
    18    Capital Projects Funds - Federal
    19    Federal Capital Projects Fund
    20    ENCON Federal Capital Account - 31364
    21    Air Resources Purpose
 
    22  For  the  federal  share of capital projects
    23    undertaken  pursuant  to   air   resources
    24    purposes  including suballocation to other
    25    state departments and agencies (09AF2455) .... 1,000,000

    26  ENVIRONMENT AND RECREATION (CCP) ........................... 400,000,000
    27                                                            --------------
 
    28    Capital Projects Funds - Other
    29    Environmental Protection Fund
    30    Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation Account - 30455
    31    Environment and Recreation Purpose
 
    32  For services and expenses  of  projects  and
    33    purposes authorized by section 92-s of the
    34    state  finance law to receive funding from
    35    the climate change mitigation and  adapta-
    36    tion account in accordance with a program-
    37    matic and financial plan to be approved by
    38    the  director  of  the  budget,  including
    39    suballocation to other  state  departments
    40    and agencies, according to the following:
    41  Notwithstanding  any law to the contrary, to
    42    address greenhouse gas  emissions  outside
    43    of  the  power  sector  including  but not
    44    limited to the  development  of  statewide
    45    greenhouse  gas inventories, demonstration
    46    projects, community engagement and applied

                                           155                        12654-10-4
 
                        DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
 
                               CAPITAL PROJECTS   2024-25
 
     1    research  related  to  the  transportation
     2    sector  or  methane  and other short-lived
     3    climate pollutant sources; including up to
     4    (a)  $500,000  for the regenerate NY grant
     5    program; (b) $500,000 to the North  Ameri-
     6    can  Sustainable Refrigeration Council for
     7    the  purpose  of  establishing  a  natural
     8    refrigeration  demonstration  project in a
     9    disadvantaged   community;   (c)   up   to
    10    $500,000  for grants to municipalities for
    11    acquisition    of    community     forests
    12    (09GG24ER) (25706) ........................... 2,400,000
    13  Notwithstanding any law to the contrary, (a)
    14    for   the   department   of  environmental
    15    conservation to enter into a  contract  or
    16    contracts  for  the  development  of local
    17    climate resiliency  plans  and  adaptation
    18    projects,  and  (b)  up to $200,000 to the
    19    department of agriculture and markets  for
    20    services and expenses of the wood products
    21    development  council,  including  suballo-
    22    cation  to  other  state  departments  and
    23    agencies; (c) $2,000,000 for climate coor-
    24    dinators,   including   for  disadvantaged
    25    communities; (d) $500,000 for a resiliency
    26    planting  program;  (e)  $25,000  to   the
    27    Nature  Conservancy in New York to support
    28    the Staying Connected Initiative; (f)  and
    29    $1,500,000  to the State University of New
    30    York College of Environmental Science  and
    31    Forestry,  directly or through its Climate
    32    and Applied Forestry  Research  Institute,
    33    and  Cornell's  College of Agriculture and
    34    Life Sciences,  to  support  research  and
    35    development   of   forestry   and   forest
    36    products;  (g)  $1,250,000  to  the  State
    37    University of New York College of Environ-
    38    mental   Science   and  Forestry  for  the
    39    Timbuctoo  pipeline  summer  climate   and
    40    careers institute (09SV24ER) (25711) ......... 7,025,000
    41  Notwithstanding  any  law  to  the contrary,
    42    smart  growth  program  state   assistance
    43    payments, provided on a competitive basis,
    44    to counties, cities, towns, or villages to
    45    establish,  update or implement comprehen-
    46    sive plans in  a  manner  consistent  with
    47    smart  growth;  provided, however, that up
    48    to 25 percent  of  such  payments  may  be
    49    awarded  to  not-for-profit  organizations
    50    for such purposes (09SG24ER) (24824) ......... 3,800,000
    51  Notwithstanding any law to the contrary  for
    52    the  New York state soil and water conser-

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                        DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
 
                               CAPITAL PROJECTS   2024-25
 
     1    vation committee in conjunction  with  the
     2    department  of  agriculture and markets to
     3    develop a pilot  climate  resilient  farms
     4    program  consistent  with  agriculture and
     5    markets law article 11-A and  11-B,  agri-
     6    cultural  environmental management program
     7    including  (a)  up  to  $500,000  for  the
     8    Cornell  Soil  Health Program for research
     9    and education to improve  soil  resiliency
    10    to  climate variations and mitigate green-
    11    house gas emissions by  carbon  sequestra-
    12    tion,  and  (b) up to $500,000 to maintain
    13    forests and woodlands located on  agricul-
    14    tural  land  for  the  purpose  of  carbon
    15    sequestration and to  promote  sustainable
    16    and  resilient  agriculture  and  forestry
    17    (09CR24ER) (25718) .......................... 15,250,000
    18  Climate smart communities projects  pursuant
    19    to  title 15 of article 54 of the environ-
    20    mental conservation  law  including  clean
    21    vehicle projects (09CS24ER) (25701) ......... 12,500,000
    22  For  services,  expenses, and grants related
    23    to the farmers'  market  resiliency  grant
    24    program,  including but not limited to the
    25    increasing  farmers'  markets   resiliency
    26    through the development and enhancement of
    27    farmers' market infrastructure and on-line
    28    sales and delivery capabilities across the
    29    state (09FM24ER) ............................... 700,000
 
    30    Capital Projects Funds - Other
    31    Environmental Protection Fund
    32    Open Space Account - 30454
    33    Environment and Recreation Purpose
 
    34  For  services  and  expenses of projects and
    35    purposes authorized by section 92-s of the
    36    state finance law to receive funding  from
    37    the  open space account in accordance with
    38    a programmatic and financial  plan  to  be
    39    approved  by  the  director of the budget,
    40    including  suballocation  to  other  state
    41    departments and agencies, according to the
    42    following:
    43  Costs  related  to  the  acquisition  of the
    44    following properties: Atlantic Coast, Long
    45    Island  Sound,  Long  Island  South  Shore
    46    Estuary  Reserve,  Peconic Pinelands Mari-
    47    time  Reserve   Projects,   Central   Pine
    48    Barrens,    Shoreham    Parcel,    Western
    49    Suffolk/Nassau     Special     Groundwater
    50    Protection  Areas,  Mott Haven-Port Morris

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                        DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
 
                               CAPITAL PROJECTS   2024-25
 
     1    Waterfront, Bronx  River  Greenway,  Inner
     2    City/Underserved   Community  Parks,  Long
     3    Pond,  Staten  Island  Greenbelt,   Staten
     4    Island  Bluebelt, Staten Island Wet Woods,
     5    Great Swamp, Plutarch/Black Creek Wetlands
     6    Complex, New  York  Highlands,  Shawangunk
     7    Mountains  Region,  Delaware  River  High-
     8    lands, Hudson River Corridor/Hudson  River
     9    Estuary  and  Greenway  Trail/Hudson River
    10    School Art Trail, Hudson  Valley/New  York
    11    City   Foodshed,   Catskill   Unfragmented
    12    Forest, Catskill River and Road Corridors,
    13    New York  City  Watershed  Lands,  Taconic
    14    Ridge/Harlem  Valley,  Albany  Pine  Bush,
    15    Five   Rivers   Environmental    Education
    16    Center,  Lake George watershed, Lake Cham-
    17    plain  watershed,   Boeselager   forestry,
    18    Rensselaer   Plateau,  Oomsdale  Farm  and
    19    Surrounding Landscape, Turtle Conservation
    20    Sites,  Region  4  Rail  Trail   Projects,
    21    Susquehanna River Valley Corridor, Sarato-
    22    ga County, Hudson River Projects, Follens-
    23    by  Park,  Washington  County,  Rome  Sand
    24    Plains, Black Creek  Watershed,  Tug  Hill
    25    Core Forests and Headwater Streams, Nelson
    26    Swamp,   State  Park  Battlefields,  Genny
    27    Green Trail/Link Trail,  Onondaga  Escarp-
    28    ment, State Parks Greenbelt/Tompkins Coun-
    29    ty,  Cattaraugus  Creek  and  tributaries,
    30    Northern Montezuma Wetlands, Genesee River
    31    Corridor, Seneca Army  Depot  Conservation
    32    Area,  Lake Erie Tributary Gorges, Buffalo
    33    River Watershed, Catharine Valley Complex,
    34    High-Tor/Bristol  Hills/Bare  Hill   State
    35    Unique  Area,  Lake  Ontario and Lake Erie
    36    Shorelines,  Islands  and  Niagara  River,
    37    Long  Island  Trails  and Greenways, Bronx
    38    Harlem Greenway,  Harbor  Herons  Wildlife
    39    Complex,    Schunnemunk    Mountain/Moodna
    40    Creek/Woodcock  Mountain/Hudson  Highlands
    41    Connectivity   Project,  Helderbergs,  and
    42    Finger  Lakes  Shorelines   and   Riparian
    43    Zones,   Hand  Hollow  Conservation  Area,
    44    Northern Flow River Corridors, Black River
    45    Valley Corridor, Fort Drum Army Compatible
    46    Use   Buffer   Project,   Herkimer    Home
    47    Viewshed,  Inman  Gulf,  Massawepie  Mire,
    48    Moose River Corridor, St.  Lawrence  River
    49    Islands,  Shoreline and Wetlands, Southern
    50    Skaneateles  Lake  Forest  and  Shoreline,
    51    Salmon  River  Corridor, Emerald Necklace,
    52    Riparian Buffers,  Coastline  and  Wetland

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                        DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
 
                               CAPITAL PROJECTS   2024-25
 
     1    Protection  Projects Aimed at Reducing the
     2    Impacts of Storms, Storm Surges and Flood-
     3    ing on Human and Natural Communities, Long
     4    Distance  Trail Corridors, Statewide Small
     5    Projects, State Forest, Unique Area  Wild-
     6    life  Management  Area Protection, Working
     7    Forest Lands, State Park and State Histor-
     8    ic Site  Protection,  (a)  notwithstanding
     9    any  law  to the contrary, $3,200,000 from
    10    the land acquisition allocation for  urban
    11    forestry  projects  provided  that no less
    12    than $500,000 shall be made available  for
    13    such  programs  in  cities  and towns with
    14    populations of 65,000 or more, and includ-
    15    ing up to $200,000  for  municipal  grants
    16    for  re-treeing  public  lands impacted by
    17    the invasive species; (b)  notwithstanding
    18    any  law  to the contrary, $3,000,000 from
    19    the land  acquisition  allocation  to  the
    20    land  trust  alliance  for  the purpose of
    21    awarding grants on a competitive basis  to
    22    local land trusts, provided that up to ten
    23    percent  of such amount may be made avail-
    24    able for administrative costs and/or tech-
    25    nical assistance; (c) notwithstanding  any
    26    law   to   the  contrary,  not  less  than
    27    $4,000,000 for land acquisition in depart-
    28    ment of environmental conservation regions
    29    1, 2 and 3; and (d) $1,500,000 to the land
    30    trust alliance for the purpose of awarding
    31    grants on a  competitive  basis  to  local
    32    land trusts to purchase conservation ease-
    33    ments,  provided that up to ten percent of
    34    such amount  may  be  made  available  for
    35    administrative   costs   and/or  technical
    36    assistance (09LA24ER) (24703) ............... 39,500,000
    37  Albany   Pine   Bush   Preserve   Commission
    38    (09AP24ER) (24828) ........................... 3,000,000
    39  Long  Island  Central  Pine Barrens Planning
    40    (09LP24ER) (24829) ........................... 2,500,000
    41  Long  Island  South  Shore  Estuary  Reserve
    42    (09SE24ER) (24831) ........................... 2,000,000
    43  Agricultural  non-point source abatement and
    44    control projects, notwithstanding any  law
    45    to  the  contrary,  including  projects to
    46    combat harmful algal blooms; (a)  $500,000
    47    shall  be  made  available  to the Cornell
    48    Cooperative Extension  of  Suffolk  County
    49    for   nutrient   management  planning  and
    50    implementation   activities;    and    (b)
    51    $250,000   shall   be  made  available  to
    52    Cornell  for  the   pesticide   management

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                        DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
 
                               CAPITAL PROJECTS   2024-25
 
     1    education  program to support training and
     2    certification (09AN24ER) (24832) ............ 17,500,000
     3  Non-agricultural  non-point source abatement
     4    and control projects  notwithstanding  any
     5    law  to  the  contrary, $1,000,000 of such
     6    amount shall be made available for Cornell
     7    community   integrated   pest   management
     8    (09NP24ER) (24833) ........................... 6,000,000
     9  Agriculture  and  farmland protection activ-
    10    ities,  notwithstanding  any  law  to  the
    11    contrary, (a) up to $500,000 shall be made
    12    available  to  the  tug hill tomorrow land
    13    trust  for  army  compatible  use   buffer
    14    program projects around Fort Drum, and (b)
    15    up  to $106,000 shall be made available to
    16    Cornell  University   for   services   and
    17    expenses  of land classification, agricul-
    18    ture district mapping and master  list  of
    19    soils (09FP24ER) (24825) .................... 21,000,000
    20  Biodiversity   stewardship   and   research;
    21    including  funding  for  public  New  York
    22    universities  to conduct field studies and
    23    research on biodiversity issues and (a) up
    24    to $500,000  of  this  amount  to  support
    25    pollinator  diversity,  up  to $300,000 of
    26    which may be allocated to Cornell  Univer-
    27    sity,  including  research  related to the
    28    potential adverse  impacts  of  pesticides
    29    such  as  neonicitinoids,  pursuant  to  a
    30    contract with the department  of  agricul-
    31    ture  and  markets, including the develop-
    32    ment  of  bee  husbandry  best  management
    33    practices   such   as  pest  and  pathogen
    34    controls; creating diversity of pollinator
    35    habitats; research to understand,  prevent
    36    and  recover  from  pollinator losses; and
    37    outreach  and  education;  (b)   including
    38    $180,000 for the Cary Institute of Ecosys-
    39    tem  Studies to support the Catskill envi-
    40    ronmental research and monitoring program;
    41    (c) $100,000 to Paul Smith's  College  for
    42    the  Adirondack  Watershed  Institute; and
    43    (d) $100,000 to the  State  University  of
    44    New  York  at  Albany  for the Atmospheric
    45    Sciences   Research   Center    (09BD24ER)
    46    (24827) ...................................... 1,850,000
    47  Notwithstanding any law to the contrary, for
    48    the  Hudson  River Estuary Management Plan
    49    prepared pursuant to  section  11-0306  of
    50    the    environmental   conservation   law,
    51    including projects to combat harmful algal
    52    blooms some or all of which may  be  allo-

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                        DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
 
                               CAPITAL PROJECTS   2024-25
 
     1    cated  to the New England Interstate Water
     2    Pollution Control  Commission  or  Cornell
     3    water resources institute or department of
     4    natural  resources  for  the  purposes  of
     5    implementing  the  Hudson  River   Estuary
     6    Action  agenda,  $1,000,000 of which shall
     7    be  for  the  Mohawk  river  action   plan
     8    (09HE24ER) (24836) ........................... 7,500,000
     9  Notwithstanding any law to the contrary, for
    10    the  Finger  Lakes-Lake  Ontario Watershed
    11    Protection Alliance (09FL24ER) (24835) ....... 3,500,000
    12  Notwithstanding any law to the contrary,  to
    13    the  Erie  County Soil and Water Conserva-
    14    tion District for the Lake Erie  Watershed
    15    Protection Alliance (09LE24ER) (25764) ......... 250,000
    16  Notwithstanding any law to the contrary, for
    17    the  state  share  of  costs of wastewater
    18    treatment improvement projects  undertaken
    19    by  municipalities  to  upgrade  municipal
    20    systems to meet stormwater, combined sewer
    21    overflow,  sanitary  sewer  overflow   and
    22    wastewater  treatment  discharge  require-
    23    ments with priority given to systems  that
    24    are  in violation of title 8 of article 17
    25    of the environmental conservation law  and
    26    aquatic   habitat   restoration   projects
    27    undertaken by municipalities and  not-for-
    28    profit  corporations  for  aquatic habitat
    29    restoration projects as defined in  subdi-
    30    vision  1  of section 56-0101 of the envi-
    31    ronmental conservation law  and  including
    32    projects  to  combat harmful algal blooms;
    33    (a) including up to $3,000,000 to  Suffolk
    34    county to provide a 50 percent match for a
    35    program developed in consultation with the
    36    department  for  research, development and
    37    pilot projects to develop  cost  effective
    38    methods  to  address nitrogen and pathogen
    39    loading from  septic  system  or  cesspool
    40    effluent  or  other  sources or to support
    41    such efforts without a match at the  state
    42    university  of  Stony  Brook  directly  or
    43    through  its   research   foundation   and
    44    $1,500,000  for  Suffolk  county for sewer
    45    improvement   projects;   (b)    including
    46    $5,000,000  for  Nassau county for the Bay
    47    park wastewater  treatment  plant  outfall
    48    pipe,   associated   conveyance   systems,
    49    nitrogen abatement treatment works,  ocean
    50    outfall  and/or  connections,  and/or  for
    51    costs incurred by Nassau  County  for  the
    52    project  to  connect  the Long Beach waste

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                        DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION

                               CAPITAL PROJECTS   2024-25
 
     1    water treatment plant collection system to
     2    the Bay Park  wastewater  treatment  plant
     3    and including $250,000 from such amount to
     4    the  Long Island regional planning council
     5    for services and expenses related  to  the
     6    Long  Island  Nitrogen  Action  Plan;  (c)
     7    including  $5,000,000  to  update   source
     8    water assessment plans and develop associ-
     9    ated water protection programs some or all
    10    of  which  may  be allocated to the United
    11    States  Geological  Survey  or   the   New
    12    England Interstate Water Pollution Control
    13    Commission;  (d) $150,000 for the Chautau-
    14    qua Lake Association; (e) $95,000 for  the
    15    Chautauqua     Lake    Partnership;    (f)
    16    $1,000,000 to the State University of  New
    17    York  at  Stony  Brook directly or through
    18    its  research   foundation,   to   support
    19    research  development  and  any associated
    20    testing or pilot projects towards improved
    21    septic and wastewater treatment systems to
    22    remove phosphorus; (g) $1,200,000 for  the
    23    eastern   finger   lakes  watershed  basin
    24    program; (h) $1,000,000 for the  Allegheny
    25    River  watershed  program, including Chau-
    26    tauqua Lake projects; (i)  $1,300,000  for
    27    the   Lake  Erie-Niagara  River  watershed
    28    basin program; and (j)  $200,000  to  Save
    29    the Great South Bay, Inc. for the restora-
    30    tion  of  the  Great  South Bay (09WQ24ER)
    31    (24837) ..................................... 22,250,000
    32  Notwithstanding any law to the contrary  for
    33    New  York  ocean and Great Lakes ecosystem
    34    conservation projects, consistent with the
    35    policy articulated in article  14  of  the
    36    environmental  conservation  law including
    37    projects to combat harmful  algal  blooms;
    38    including $750,000 for the Peconic Estuary
    39    Partnership (09GL24ER)(24830) ............... 22,500,000
    40  Notwithstanding any law to the contrary, for
    41    the  implementation of the recommendations
    42    of  the  invasive   species   task   force
    43    prepared  pursuant  to  chapter 324 of the
    44    laws of 2003  and  for  the  purposes  set
    45    forth  in chapter 674 of the laws of 2007,
    46    (a) including not less than  $120,000  for
    47    Cornell  University  for the plant certif-
    48    ication program,  (b)  provided  that  not
    49    less than $5,750,000 be made available for
    50    invasive  species  eradication,  including
    51    but not limited to southern  pine  beetle,
    52    (c)  including  up  to $500,000 to Cornell

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                        DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
 
                               CAPITAL PROJECTS   2024-25
 
     1    University  for  the  control  of  hemlock
     2    wooly   adelgid,   and   including  grants
     3    related to the control and  management  of
     4    invasive  species,  and  (d)  $500,000  to
     5    address the southern pine beetle including
     6    up to $250,000 to the Central Pine Barrens
     7    Joint Planning and Policy  Commission  for
     8    the implementation and administration of a
     9    prescribed  fire program. Such funding for
    10    grants shall be provided on a  competitive
    11    basis  in  consultation  with the New York
    12    Invasive   Species   Council    (09IS24ER)
    13    (24704) ..................................... 18,550,000
    14  Notwithstanding any law to the contrary, for
    15    Soil   and   Water  Conservation  District
    16    activities as authorized for reimbursement
    17    and funding in section 11-a  of  the  soil
    18    and   water   conservation  districts  law
    19    including projects to combat harmful algal
    20    blooms (09SW24ER) (24834) ................... 17,250,000
    21  Notwithstanding any law to the contrary, for
    22    Agricultural  Waste  Management  projects,
    23    including   up   to  $700,000  to  Cornell
    24    University,  in  consultation   with   the
    25    department,  to  continue implementing the
    26    dairy  acceleration   program   (09AW24ER)
    27    (24826) ...................................... 1,900,000
    28  Lake   George   Park  Commission  (09LG24ER)
    29    (62038) ........................................ 900,000
    30  For services, expenses, and  grants  related
    31    to  the  urban farms and community gardens
    32    grant program, including but  not  limited
    33    to  up  to $325,000 for Cornell University
    34    (09UF24ER) ................................... 2,325,000
 
    35    Capital Projects Funds - Other
    36    Environmental Protection Fund
    37    Parks, Recreation and Historic  Preservation  Account  -
    38      30453
    39    Environment and Recreation Purpose
 
    40  For  services  and  expenses of projects and
    41    purposes authorized by section 92-s of the
    42    state finance law to receive funding  from
    43    the parks, recreation and historic preser-
    44    vation   account   in  accordance  with  a
    45    programmatic  and  financial  plan  to  be
    46    approved  by  the  director of the budget,
    47    including  suballocation  to  other  state
    48    departments and agencies, according to the
    49    following:

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                        DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
 
                               CAPITAL PROJECTS   2024-25
 
     1  Local  waterfront  revitalization  programs,
     2    notwithstanding any law to  the  contrary,
     3    (a)  not  less than $10,500,000 for water-
     4    front revitalization projects which are in
     5    or primarily serve areas where demographic
     6    and  other  relevant  data  for such areas
     7    demonstrate that  the  areas  are  densely
     8    populated   and  have  sustained  physical
     9    deterioration, decay, neglect,  or  disin-
    10    vestment,  or  where a substantial propor-
    11    tion of the residential population  is  of
    12    low  income  or is otherwise disadvantaged
    13    and is underserved  with  respect  to  the
    14    existing recreational opportunities in the
    15    area;  (b)  including up to $2,000,000 for
    16    updates to existing local waterfront revi-
    17    talization  program  plans   to   mitigate
    18    future  physical  climate  risks;  and (c)
    19    $300,000 for the  Niagara  River  greenway
    20    commission (09WR24ER) (24700) ............... 14,275,000
    21  Parks,  recreation and historic preservation
    22    projects, notwithstanding any law  to  the
    23    contrary,  (a)  not less than, $13,000,000
    24    for municipal parks projects which are  in
    25    or primarily serve areas where demographic
    26    and  other  relevant  data  for such areas
    27    demonstrate that  the  areas  are  densely
    28    populated   and  have  sustained  physical
    29    deterioration, decay,  neglect  or  disin-
    30    vestment or where a substantial proportion
    31    of  the  residential  population is of low
    32    income or is otherwise  disadvantaged  and
    33    is  underserved with respect to the exist-
    34    ing  recreational  opportunities  in   the
    35    area;  (b)  including  $250,000 for Tivoli
    36    Park; (c)  $500,000  suballocated  to  the
    37    Hudson River Valley Greenway Authority for
    38    the  Hudson River Valley Trail Grants; (d)
    39    $250,000 to the State  University  of  New
    40    York  college of environmental science and
    41    forestry; (e)  $250,000  to  Paul  Smith's
    42    College  for the support of the Adirondack
    43    Park interpretive centers; (f) $250,000 to
    44    the Catskill Center for  conservation  and
    45    development  for  the support of the Cats-
    46    kill Visitors Center; and (g) $250,000  to
    47    the  Westchester Parks Foundation for Camp
    48    Morty (09MP24ER) (24701) .................... 26,000,000
    49  Notwithstanding any law to the contrary, for
    50    state parks and land and easement  infras-
    51    tructure,  access and stewardship projects
    52    which shall include capital projects:  (a)

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                        DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
 
                               CAPITAL PROJECTS   2024-25
 
     1    on state parks and state lands pursuant to
     2    sections  54-0303 and 56-0307 of the envi-
     3    ronmental conservation law; (b)  on  state
     4    parks  or  state owned lands and easements
     5    under the jurisdiction of  the  department
     6    of   environmental   conservation  or  the
     7    office of parks, recreation  and  historic
     8    preservation  for access opportunities for
     9    people with disabilities;  access  to  the
    10    State  Forest  Preserve,  State reforesta-
    11    tion,  Wildlife   Management   areas   and
    12    conservation  easement lands; recreational
    13    trail   construction   and    maintenance:
    14    including  but  not limited to sustainable
    15    trail crews or other activities related to
    16    sustainable use of the forest preserve and
    17    other state lands that are  threatened  by
    18    overuse;   Catskill  and  Adirondack  camp
    19    ground improvements to public  access  and
    20    sanitation    facilities;    environmental
    21    education; facility improvements;  archeo-
    22    logical,  historic,  cultural  and natural
    23    resource surveys, forest  health  surveys,
    24    interpretation,   and   inventories,   and
    25    response to forest pests including  south-
    26    ern pine beetle; Forest Preserve and state
    27    forest  unit management planning; invasive
    28    species management; conservation  easement
    29    public recreation planning; habitat resto-
    30    ration  and enhancement; state fish hatch-
    31    ery  improvements;  state   tree   nursery
    32    improvements;   safety   equipment;  water
    33    access facilities and safety improvements;
    34    public  beach  facility  development   and
    35    improvement; public access improvements at
    36    day use areas; state historic site exteri-
    37    or restoration; and cabin area and camping
    38    facility   development,   restoration  and
    39    reconstruction; (c)  $2,000,000  from  the
    40    public  access  and stewardship allocation
    41    to Parks & Trails New York for the purpose
    42    of awarding grants on a competitive  basis
    43    to  local parks and department of environ-
    44    mental   conservation   friends    groups,
    45    provided  that  up  to ten percent of such
    46    amount may be made available for  adminis-
    47    trative costs and/or technical assistance;
    48    (d)   public   protection   and  emergency
    49    preparedness purposes; (e) $18,000 to  New
    50    York  Natural  Heritage  to update the New
    51    York   Protected   Areas   Database;   (f)
    52    $10,000,000  for  Adirondack  and Catskill

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                        DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
 
                               CAPITAL PROJECTS   2024-25
 
     1    visitor safety and  wilderness  protection
     2    activities  to  address issues relating to
     3    overuse, including $250,000 to the Adiron-
     4    dack  Mountain  Club  for visitor centers,
     5    and $2,000,000 to the Ausable River  Asso-
     6    ciation  and their academic partners for a
     7    climate change and Adirondack lake ecosys-
     8    tem  survey;  (g)  and  $500,000  to   the
     9    Adirondack  Architectural  Heritage  for a
    10    fire safety system at the  Camp  Santanoni
    11    Historic Area (09ST24ER) (24702) ............ 47,000,000
    12  Notwithstanding  subdivision  7  of  section
    13    92-s of the state finance law or any other
    14    law to  the  contrary,  for  services  and
    15    expenses  of  the  Hudson River Park Trust
    16    for projects related to the development of
    17    the  Hudson  River  Park  consistent  with
    18    provisions  of  chapter 592 of the laws of
    19    1998, including but not limited to utility
    20    infrastructure   improvements;   provided,
    21    however, such funds shall not be available
    22    for  suballocation  to  any public benefit
    23    corporation or public authority  with  the
    24    exception  of  the Hudson River Park Trust
    25    and shall  be  available  solely  for  the
    26    liabilities  incurred  by the Hudson River
    27    Park Trust or by other  state  departments
    28    or  agencies on behalf of the Hudson River
    29    Park Trust on  or  after  April  1,  1999.
    30    Provided  further that, the comptroller is
    31    hereby authorized and directed to  release
    32    monies  to  the Hudson River Park Trust in
    33    amounts set forth in a  schedule  approved
    34    by  the  director of the budget (09HR24ER)
    35    (24820) ...................................... 4,400,000
    36  Notwithstanding any law to the contrary, for
    37    zoos,  botanical   gardens   and   aquaria
    38    program (09ZB24ER) (24823) .................. 20,000,000
    39  Notwithstanding any other provisions of law,
    40    for  the administration of the programs of
    41    section  79-b  of   the   navigation   law
    42    (09NV24ER) (25719) ........................... 2,300,000
 
    43    Capital Projects Funds - Other
    44    Environmental Protection Fund
    45    Solid Waste Account - 30452
    46    Environment and Recreation Purpose
 
    47  For  services  and  expenses of projects and
    48    purposes authorized by section 92-s of the
    49    state finance law to receive funding  from
    50    the solid waste account in accordance with

                                           166                        12654-10-4
 
                        DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
 
                               CAPITAL PROJECTS   2024-25
 
     1    a  programmatic  and  financial plan to be
     2    approved by the director  of  the  budget,
     3    including  suballocation  to  other  state
     4    departments and agencies, according to the
     5    following:
     6  Non-hazardous   landfill   closure  projects
     7    (09LC24ER) (24813) ............................. 300,000
     8  Municipal  waste  reduction   or   recycling
     9    projects,  including  developing secondary
    10    recycling markets in New York  state,  and
    11    $2,500,000  of  such  amount shall be made
    12    available for municipalities and  not-for-
    13    profit  food  banks  for projects for food
    14    donation and the recycling of food  scraps
    15    (09MR24ER) (24814) .......................... 19,000,000
    16  Secondary   materials   regional   marketing
    17    assistance (09SM24ER) (24816) .................. 650,000
    18  Pesticide program, not less than $200,000 of
    19    which shall be for activities  related  to
    20    Long Island pesticide pollution prevention
    21    (09PD24ER) (24818) ........................... 1,500,000
    22  Notwithstanding any law to the contrary, for
    23    the  payment  of the costs associated with
    24    environmental   justice    projects    and
    25    programs,  including  but  not limited to:
    26    monitoring of air quality;  education  and
    27    outreach;  (a)  $3,000,000 for the connect
    28    kids program,  including  the  payment  of
    29    transportation  costs  to swim instruction
    30    programs in the State at facilities  oper-
    31    ated  by State, municipal and not-for-pro-
    32    fit organizations,  and  for  facilitating
    33    access  in title 1 school districts, muni-
    34    cipalities, and  not-for-profit  organiza-
    35    tions  to outdoor recreational activities,
    36    public lands and parks providing  environ-
    37    mental education opportunities in environ-
    38    mental justice, inner city and underserved
    39    communities; (b) $4,000,000 of such amount
    40    shall  be  made  available  for  community
    41    impact and job training grants;  including
    42    $500,000  of  such  amount  shall  be made
    43    available to a not-for-profit organization
    44    for the purpose of awarding  grants  on  a
    45    competitive  basis  to community groups to
    46    build  the  capacity   of   such   groups,
    47    provided  that  up  to  ten percent may be
    48    made available  for  administrative  costs
    49    and/or   technical  assistance.  Community
    50    impact and job training grants shall be in
    51    or affecting environmental justice  commu-
    52    nities  in an amount of up to $100,000 for

                                           167                        12654-10-4
 
                        DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
 
                               CAPITAL PROJECTS   2024-25
 
     1    community groups for projects that address
     2    an environmental justice community's expo-
     3    sure to multiple environmental  harms  and
     4    risks,  including  lead exposure and shall
     5    include implementation, studies, including
     6    air monitoring, to investigate  the  envi-
     7    ronment,  or  related public health issues
     8    of the community, research  that  will  be
     9    used  to  expand  the  knowledge or under-
    10    standing of  the  affected  community  and
    11    ways  to  improve  the  resiliency  of the
    12    affected community.  The  results  of  the
    13    investigation  shall  be  disseminated  to
    14    members of the affected community.  Commu-
    15    nity  groups  eligible  for  funding  must
    16    provide services within the same community
    17    as the environmental and/or related public
    18    health  issues  to  be  addressed  by  the
    19    project.  Such  groups  shall be primarily
    20    focused on  addressing  the  environmental
    21    and/or related public health issues of the
    22    residents  of  the  affected community and
    23    shall be comprised primarily of members of
    24    the affected community; and (c) $1,142,000
    25    for the college of  environmental  science
    26    and forestry center for native peoples and
    27    the environment (09EJ24ER) (24713) .......... 13,000,000
    28  Notwithstanding any law to the contrary, for
    29    assessment  and  recovery  of  any natural
    30    resource damages (09RD24ER) (24817) .......... 1,775,000
    31  Notwithstanding any law to the contrary, for
    32    the pollution  prevention  institute,  and
    33    including  $250,000  for the department to
    34    contract with the Northeast waste  manage-
    35    ment officials' association for the Inter-
    36    state  Chemicals Clearing house (09PP24ER)
    37    (24815) ...................................... 4,600,000
    38  Environmental health for assessments,  test-
    39    ing  and actions including but not limited
    40    to abatement to  address  suspected  human
    41    exposure  to chemical, physical and micro-
    42    biological agents, including  contaminants
    43    in  drinking  water, including projects to
    44    combat  harmful  algal  blooms,  including
    45    vector  control  for  tick-borne illnesses
    46    such as lyme disease; (a) including up  to
    47    $500,000 for the CleanSweepNY program; (b)
    48    $4,000,000  for  children's  environmental
    49    health  centers,  including   school   and
    50    community  childhood lead exposure assess-
    51    ment conducted by such  centers;  (c)  not
    52    more   than  $3,850,000  for  programs  to

                                           168                        12654-10-4
 
                        DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
 
                               CAPITAL PROJECTS   2024-25
 
     1    expand and improve access to local, fresh,
     2    nutritional food to  nutritionally  under-
     3    served  neighborhoods,  including  but not
     4    limited   to  the  New  York  State  Fresh
     5    Connect  Program,  expanded   Supplemental
     6    Nutrition   Assistance   Program   access,
     7    expanded community  supported  agriculture
     8    program  benefits,  and the development of
     9    expanded technological  access  for  these
    10    communities;  and  (d)  $1,000,000  to the
    11    State University  of  New  York  at  Stony
    12    Brook  directly  or  through  its research
    13    foundation, to support  research  develop-
    14    ment  and  any associated testing or pilot
    15    projects towards the treatment of water to
    16    remove contaminants  of  emerging  concern
    17    (09EH24ER) (25703) .......................... 11,250,000
    18  Brownfield   opportunity   area   grants  as
    19    authorized pursuant to  section  970-r  of
    20    the   general   municipal  law  (09BO24ER)
    21    (25702) ...................................... 2,000,000
 
    22  FACILITIES MAINTENANCE AND OPERATIONS (CCP) .................. 9,500,000
    23                                                            --------------
 
    24    Capital Projects Funds - Other
    25    Capital Projects Fund - 30000
    26    Maintenance and Operations Purpose
 
    27  For the maintenance and operation of various
    28    facilities and systems including  personal
    29    services,  fringe  benefits  and  indirect
    30    costs (09FM24MO) (81107) ..................... 9,500,000
 
    31  FISH AND WILDLIFE (CCP) ...................................... 8,000,000
    32                                                            --------------
 
    33    Capital Projects Funds - Other
    34    Miscellaneous Capital Projects Fund
    35    Habitat Conservation and Access Account - 32217
    36    Fish and Wildlife Purpose
 
    37  For   services   and   expenses,   including
    38    personal   service,  nonpersonal  service,
    39    fringe benefits and indirect costs related
    40    to management, protection and  restoration
    41    fish and wildlife habitat, and improvement
    42    and  development of public access for fish
    43    and wildlife related recreation (09HC2454)
    44    (24718) ...................................... 2,000,000
 
    45    Capital Projects Fund - Other

                                           169                        12654-10-4
 
                        DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
 
                               CAPITAL PROJECTS   2024-25
 
     1    Capital Projects Fund - 30000
     2    Fish and Wildlife Purpose
 
     3  For  the  purchase  of capital equipment and
     4    for  the  renovation,  rehabilitation  and
     5    reconstruction  of the department of envi-
     6    ronmental conservation's  fish  hatcheries
     7    including  personal  service, fringe bene-
     8    fits and indirect costs (09HE2454) (24839) ... 1,000,000
 
     9    Capital Projects Funds - Other
    10    Miscellaneous Capital Projects Fund
    11    Endangered and Threatened Species Mitigation Bank Fund -
    12      32228
    13    Fish and Wildlife Purpose
 
    14  For services and expenses,  related  to  the
    15    projects  undertaken  to  facilitate a net
    16    conservation  benefit  to  endangered  and
    17    threatened species potentially impacted by
    18    a  major  renewable energy facility as put
    19    forth in  section  11-0535-c  of  environ-
    20    mental  conservation law, including subal-
    21    location to other  state  departments  and
    22    agencies (09ES2454) (62034) .................. 5,000,000
 
    23  LANDS AND FORESTS (CCP) ..................................... 21,000,000
    24                                                            --------------
 
    25    Capital Projects Funds - Other
    26    Capital Projects Fund - 30000
    27    Lands and Forests Purpose
 
    28  For   services   and   expenses,   including
    29    personal  service,  nonpersonal   service,
    30    indirect costs and fringe benefits related
    31    to  the  stewardship of newly acquired and
    32    existing state lands, for the  implementa-
    33    tion   of  Unit  Management  Plans,  costs
    34    related  to  invasive  species  management
    35    activities  and  for  the  development and
    36    implementation of Green Certification  for
    37    state  forests, including suballocation to
    38    other  state  departments   and   agencies
    39    (09LF2453) (25766) ........................... 4,000,000
    40  For  the  purchase and replacement of equip-
    41    ment and facility improvements,  including
    42    air  monitoring, maintenance of facilities
    43    and  emergency  response  in  support   of
    44    public    safety,    including    personal
    45    services,  fringe  benefits  and  indirect
    46    costs (09PS2453) (24846) ..................... 1,000,000

                                           170                        12654-10-4

                        DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
 
                               CAPITAL PROJECTS   2024-25
 
     1  For services and expenses, including but not
     2    limited  to personal service, fringe bene-
     3    fits, and non-personal services,  for  the
     4    purpose  of  awarding  grants on a compet-
     5    itive  basis  for tree planting in support
     6    of  resilient  reforestation   and   urban
     7    forests,  including  but  not  limited  to
     8    not-for-profit organizations  and  munici-
     9    palities (09TP2457) ......................... 15,000,000
 
    10    Capital Projects Funds - Federal
    11    Federal Capital Projects Fund
    12    ENCON Federal Capital Account - 31364
    13    Lands and Forests Purpose
 
    14  For  the  federal  share of capital projects
    15    pursuant to lands  and  forests  resources
    16    purposes  including  the  costs associated
    17    with the acquisition of  lands  under  the
    18    forest  legacy program, including suballo-
    19    cation  to  other  state  departments  and
    20    agencies (09FL2453) (24847) .................. 1,000,000
 
    21  MARINE RESOURCES (CCP) ....................................... 1,000,000
    22                                                            --------------
 
    23    Capital Projects Funds - Federal
    24    Federal Capital Projects Fund
    25    ENCON Federal Capital Account - 31364
    26    Marine Projects Purpose
 
    27  For  the  federal  share of capital projects
    28    undertaken pursuant to fish  and  wildlife
    29    and  marine  resources  purposes including
    30    the  acquisition  of  property   including
    31    suballocation  to  other state departments
    32    and agencies (09MR24A1) (24708) .............. 1,000,000
 
    33  NEW YORK WORKS (CCP) ........................................ 90,000,000
    34                                                            --------------
 
    35    Capital Projects Funds - Other
    36    Capital Projects Fund - 30000
    37    Operational Services Purpose
 
    38  For services, expenses, and  indirect  costs
    39    related to New York Works projects includ-
    40    ing  but  not  limited  to  air monitoring
    41    infrastructure investments; remediation of
    42    legacy    environmental     contamination;
    43    investments in information technology; dam
    44    safety  projects  and  the  demolition  of

                                           171                        12654-10-4
 
                        DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
 
                               CAPITAL PROJECTS   2024-25
 
     1    unsafe  structures  on  state-owned  land;
     2    state-owned   flood  protection  projects;
     3    shore  protection  projects;  state   land
     4    stewardship,  public  access  and environ-
     5    mental   and   recreation   infrastructure
     6    projects,  vehicles  and  equipment; water
     7    quality improvement projects, fish  hatch-
     8    eries;  rehabilitation and improvements of
     9    various department facilities and systems;
    10    and well plugging; up to  $20,000,000  for
    11    the  Conklingville,  Sixth  Lake  and  Old
    12    Forge Dams; notwithstanding any law to the
    13    contrary, up to $1,500,000 to the Town  of
    14    North  Elba  for  the  Adirondack Loj Road
    15    resurfacing  project;  including  personal
    16    service,  nonpersonal  service  and fringe
    17    benefits, including suballocation  to  any
    18    other  state  department,  agency,  public
    19    authority or  public  benefit  corporation
    20    (09NY2451) (25768) .......................... 90,000,000
 
    21  OPERATIONS (CCP) ............................................ 46,700,000
    22                                                            --------------
 
    23    Capital Projects Funds - Other
    24    Capital Projects Fund - 30000
    25    Operational Services Purpose
 
    26  For rehabilitation and improvements of vari-
    27    ous  facilities and systems; including but
    28    not limited to services  and  expenses  of
    29    the  Department  for  payment  of  various
    30    liabilities accrued heretofore  and  here-
    31    after  to accrue, pursuant to Articles 15,
    32    17, and 27 of the Environmental  Conserva-
    33    tion  Law;  including personal service and
    34    fringe  benefits  and  indirect  costs  in
    35    accordance  with a programmatic and finan-
    36    cial plan to be approved by  the  director
    37    of  the  budget including suballocation to
    38    other  state  departments   and   agencies
    39    (09RI2451) (24855) .......................... 41,000,000
    40  For   services   and   expenses,   including
    41    personal  service,  fringe  benefits,  and
    42    non-personal  services necessary for reme-
    43    dial activities to plug  or  replug  aban-
    44    doned  oil  and  gas  wells  including the
    45    surface restoration of the  affected  land
    46    pursuant  to  article  23  of the environ-
    47    mental conservation law (09OG2451) (25767) ..... 500,000
    48  For replacement of vehicles and  heavy  duty
    49    construction equipment (09EQ2451) (24856) .... 1,200,000

                                           172                        12654-10-4
 
                        DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
 
                               CAPITAL PROJECTS   2024-25
 
     1  For services and expenses, including but not
     2    limited  to personal service, fringe bene-
     3    fits, and non-personal services related to
     4    adaptation and resiliency planning. All or
     5    a  portion  of  the  appropriation  may be
     6    suballocated to other  state  departments,
     7    agencies, or authorities (09RP2451) .......... 3,000,000
 
     8    Capital Projects Funds - Federal
     9    Federal Capital Projects Fund
    10    ENCON Federal Capital Account - 31364
    11    Operational Services Purpose
 
    12  For  the  federal  share of capital projects
    13    undertaken   pursuant    to    Operational
    14    Services  purposes including suballocation
    15    to other state  departments  and  agencies
    16    (09OF2451) (62035) ........................... 1,000,000
 
    17  SOLID AND HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGEMENT (CCP) ................. 130,000,000
    18                                                            --------------
 
    19    Capital Projects Funds - Other
    20    Capital Projects Fund - 30000
    21    Hazardous Waste Purpose

    22  For  payment  by the state, as reimbursement
    23    or as an advance from responsible  parties
    24    or  volunteers for remedial and monitoring
    25    work at sites contaminated with  hazardous
    26    waste.  No  portion  of this appropriation
    27    shall be available for expenditure until a
    28    party or parties either responsible for  a
    29    site  or  volunteering  to  cleanup a site
    30    have entered into an  agreement  with  the
    31    commissioner of the department of environ-
    32    mental  conservation or the commissioner's
    33    designee, and which agreement is  approved
    34    by  the  director of the budget, providing
    35    for repayment to the state  of  an  amount
    36    equal  to  the  amount disbursed from this
    37    appropriation. A copy  of  such  agreement
    38    shall be filed with the state comptroller,
    39    the chairman of the senate finance commit-
    40    tee  and chairman of the assembly ways and
    41    means committee.
    42  Notwithstanding any other provision  of  law
    43    to   the   contrary,  the  comptroller  is
    44    authorized   to   repay   settlements   or
    45    advances  for specified remedial and moni-
    46    toring projects from this fund with monies
    47    of  the  hazardous  waste  remedial   fund

                                           173                        12654-10-4
 
                        DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
 
                               CAPITAL PROJECTS   2024-25
 
     1    received  for  such  projects  pursuant to
     2    consent orders and agreements  to  address
     3    sites contaminated with hazardous waste.
     4  The  director of the budget shall certify to
     5    the comptroller the specific  portions  of
     6    this  appropriation  for which monies have
     7    been received  pursuant  to  such  consent
     8    orders and agreements (09AD24F7) (24868) .... 20,000,000
 
     9    Capital Projects Funds - Other
    10    Hazardous Waste Remedial Fund
    11    Hazardous Waste Cleanup Account - 31506
    12    Hazardous Waste Purpose
 
    13  For  payment of the state share of the costs
    14    of  hazardous   waste   site   remediation
    15    projects,  in  accordance with title 13 of
    16    article 27 of the environmental  conserva-
    17    tion  law  and  section  97-b of the state
    18    finance law, for projects, and for payment
    19    of state costs associated with the remedi-
    20    ation of offsite contamination at  signif-
    21    icant  threat  sites  as  provided  for in
    22    section  27-1411  of   the   environmental
    23    conservation   law,   including   personal
    24    service and fringe benefits of the depart-
    25    ments   of   environmental   conservation,
    26    health  and  law  and  including  suballo-
    27    cations to the departments of  health  and
    28    law  and  including  costs  incidental and
    29    appurtenant  thereto,  provided   that   a
    30    portion  of  such  amount may be available
    31    for environmental restoration projects  in
    32    accordance  with  title 5 of article 56 of
    33    the environmental conservation  law.  None
    34    of  this appropriation may be expended for
    35    any purposes authorized  in  title  12  of
    36    article  27 of the environmental conserva-
    37    tion law (09HB24F7) (24863) ................ 100,000,000
 
    38    Capital Projects Funds - Other
    39    Hazardous Waste Remedial Fund
    40    Hazardous Waste  Remediation  Oversight  and  Assistance
    41      Account - 31505
    42    Hazardous Waste Purpose
 
    43  For  the  personal services and fringe bene-
    44    fits of the  department  of  environmental
    45    conservation  including  suballocation  to
    46    the department of health  related  to  the
    47    brownfield  cleanup  program  pursuant  to

                                           174                        12654-10-4
 
                        DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
 
                               CAPITAL PROJECTS   2024-25
 
     1    title 14 of article  27  of  the  environ-
     2    mental  conservation law and the voluntary
     3    cleanup  program  including costs incurred
     4    prior to April 1, 2024 (09BC24F7) (24867) ... 10,000,000
 
     5  SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT (CCP) ................................ 26,700,000
     6                                                            --------------
 
     7    Capital Projects Funds - Other
     8    Capital Projects Fund - 30000
     9    Solid Waste Management Purpose
 
    10  For services and capital expenses related to
    11    the waste management and  cleanup  program
    12    as  put  forth in section 27-1915 of envi-
    13    ronmental  conservation   law,   including
    14    suballocation  to  other state departments
    15    and agencies (09WT2456) (25730) .............. 3,000,000
    16  For pre-closure and post-closure costs asso-
    17    ciated with Adirondack landfills  pursuant
    18    to agreements with Essex county (09EX2456)
    19    (24872) ........................................ 500,000
 
    20    Capital Projects Funds - Other
    21    Miscellaneous Capital Projects Fund
    22    New  York Environmental Protection and Spill Remediation
    23      Account - 32219
    24    Solid Waste Management Purpose
 
    25  For services and capital expenses associated
    26    with costs incurred under  Article  12  of
    27    the   Navigation  Law,  and  for  cleanup,
    28    investigation, and  removal  of  petroleum
    29    spills,  including  prior year liabilities
    30    (09OS2456) (25720) .......................... 21,200,000
 
    31    Capital Projects Funds - Federal
    32    Federal Capital Projects Fund
    33    ENCON Federal Capital Account - 31364
    34    Hazardous Waste Purpose
 
    35  For the federal  share  of  the  cleanup  of
    36    hazardous  waste  sites  pursuant  to  the
    37    provision  of  the  federal  comprehensive
    38    environmental  response,  compensation and
    39    liability act of 1980  reauthorization  or
    40    amendments thereto including suballocation
    41    to  other  state  departments and agencies
    42    (09FS24F7) (24873) ........................... 1,000,000
 
    43    Capital Projects Funds - Federal
    44    Federal Capital Projects Fund

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                        DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION

                               CAPITAL PROJECTS   2024-25
 
     1    ENCON Federal Capital Account - 31364
     2    Solid Waste Management Purpose
 
     3  For  the  federal  share of capital projects
     4    undertaken pursuant to  materials  manage-
     5    ment resources purposes including suballo-
     6    cation  to  other  state  departments  and
     7    agencies (09MF2456) (62036) .................. 1,000,000
 
     8  WATER RESOURCES (CCP) .................................... 1,066,750,000
     9                                                            --------------
 
    10    Capital Projects Funds - Other
    11    Capital Projects Fund - 30000
    12    Flood Control Purpose
 
    13  For the  state's  share  including  personal
    14    service, nonpersonal service, fringe bene-
    15    fits  and  indirect costs of various shore
    16    protection  projects  including   suballo-
    17    cation  to  other  state  departments  and
    18    agencies (09W12463) (24880) .................. 1,700,000
    19  For   various   new   and   existing   flood
    20    protection  projects  including  the state
    21    share of federal sponsored  flood  control
    22    projects,  and the maintenance of existing
    23    flood  control   projects;   for   coastal
    24    erosion hazard area mapping of the state's
    25    Atlantic  Ocean and Great Lakes coastlines
    26    and the state share  of  costs  associated
    27    with  matching  federal funds for a state-
    28    wide   flood   plain   map   modernization
    29    program;  for  the  state  share  of costs
    30    associated with  the  installation  and/or
    31    reinstallation,  upgrade,  monitoring  and
    32    maintenance  of  a  statewide  network  of
    33    stream  flow  gauges,  including  personal
    34    service, nonpersonal service, fringe bene-
    35    fits and indirect costs, including  subal-
    36    location  to  other  state departments and
    37    agencies (09FL2463) (24881) ................. 11,000,000
    38  For an advance payment by the state for  the
    39    local  costs  of  various shore protection
    40    projects. No portion of this appropriation
    41    shall be available  until  the  respective
    42    municipality has entered into an agreement
    43    with the commissioner of the department of
    44    environmental   conservation,   and   such
    45    agreement is approved by the  director  of
    46    the budget (09AD2463) (24887) ................ 5,000,000
    47  For  the  state's share of the Army Corps of

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                        DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
 
                               CAPITAL PROJECTS   2024-25
 
     1    Engineers Mamaroneck Sheldrake Flood  Risk
     2    Management Project (09MA2463) ............... 10,850,000
 
     3    Capital Projects Funds - Other
     4    Capital Projects Fund - 30000
     5    Water Resources Purpose
 
     6  An  advance  for  costs incurred relating to
     7    work required for the safety of  dams  and
     8    other  structures  impounding water, to be
     9    reimbursed  in  accordance  with   section
    10    15-0507  of the environmental conservation
    11    law (09DA2457) (24878) ......................... 500,000
    12  For payment of  a  portion  of  the  state's
    13    match  for  federal  capitalization grants
    14    for the water pollution control  revolving
    15    fund (09RF2457) (24874) ..................... 85,000,000
    16  For services and expenses including personal
    17    service,  fringe benefits, and nonpersonal
    18    service for the  water  pollution  control
    19    revolving  fund  and related water quality
    20    activities  including   suballocation   to
    21    other   state   departments  and  agencies
    22    (09SR2457) (25707) ........................... 3,500,000
    23  For services and expenses including personal
    24    service, fringe benefits, and  nonpersonal
    25    service  for  the  Excelsior  Conservation
    26    Corps program including  suballocation  to
    27    other   state   departments  and  agencies
    28    (09CC2457) (25708) ............................. 200,000
    29  The sum of $500,000,000 is hereby  appropri-
    30    ated  for the costs of clean water infras-
    31    tructure  projects,  including   services,
    32    expenses,  and  indirect  costs, including
    33    but not limited to the following: projects
    34    as authorized by the New York state  water
    35    infrastructure  improvement  act  of 2017;
    36    for New York  state  intermunicipal  water
    37    infrastructure    projects   pursuant   to
    38    section 1285-s of the  public  authorities
    39    law;   for   water   quality   improvement
    40    projects,    including     nonagricultural
    41    nonpoint   source  abatement  and  control
    42    projects, municipal  wastewater  treatment
    43    projects,  and  municipal  separate  storm
    44    sewer system projects, and for the  proper
    45    management of road salt; for green infras-
    46    tructure  projects;  for  land acquisition
    47    projects, including  projects  for  source
    48    water  protection  pursuant to title 33 of
    49    article 15 of the environmental  conserva-
    50    tion  law;  for state assistance payments,

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                        DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
 
                               CAPITAL PROJECTS   2024-25
 
     1    services, and expenses to soil  and  water
     2    conservation  districts  for  the  cost of
     3    water quality protection projects  awarded
     4    on a competitive basis prioritizing finan-
     5    cial need and hardship, intended to assist
     6    concentrated  animal  feeding  operations;
     7    for the remediation  of  sites,  including
     8    for  investigation, mitigation and remedi-
     9    ation of solid waste  sites,  pursuant  to
    10    titles  12  and  13  of  article 27 of the
    11    environmental   conservation    law    and
    12    consistent  with the provisions of section
    13    97-b of the state  finance  law,  provided
    14    however  that  no  more than $5,000,000 of
    15    such appropriation  may  be  expended  for
    16    investigation,  mitigation and remediation
    17    of solid waste sites; for  replacement  of
    18    lead drinking water service lines pursuant
    19    to  section 1114 of the public health law;
    20    for  New  York  City  for  water   quality
    21    projects  located within the New York City
    22    watershed; for a  program  to  upgrade  or
    23    replace   septic   systems  and  cesspools
    24    pursuant to section 1285-u of  the  public
    25    authorities  law; for water infrastructure
    26    emergency assistance pursuant  to  section
    27    1285-t  of  the public authorities law; to
    28    support municipal  water  quality  infras-
    29    tructure  programs which may otherwise not
    30    qualify for state support, or may  require
    31    additional state support; for the develop-
    32    ment  of  information  technology  systems
    33    related  to  water  quality  pursuant   to
    34    section   3-0315   of   the  environmental
    35    conservation law. All or a portion of  the
    36    appropriation may be provided to the envi-
    37    ronmental facilities corporation or subal-
    38    located  to  any  other  state department,
    39    agency, public authority, or public  bene-
    40    fit corporation (09CW2457) (25722) ......... 500,000,000
 
    41    Capital Projects Funds - Federal
    42    Federal Capital Projects Fund
    43    SRF Capitalization Grants Account - 31359
    44    Water Resources Purpose
 
    45  For  federal  capitalization  grants for the
    46    water  pollution  control  revolving  fund
    47    (09SF2457) (24876) ......................... 448,000,000
 
    48    Capital Projects Funds - Federal
    49    Federal Capital Projects Fund

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                        DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
 
                               CAPITAL PROJECTS   2024-25
 
     1    ENCON Federal Capital Account - 31364
     2    Water Resources Purpose
 
     3  For  the  federal  share of capital projects
     4    undertaken  pursuant  to  water  resources
     5    purposes  including suballocation to other
     6    state departments and agencies  (09WF2457)
     7    (62037) ...................................... 1,000,000

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                        DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1  ADMINISTRATION (CCP)
 
     2    Capital Projects Funds - Other
     3    Capital Projects Fund - 30000
     4    Administration Purpose
 
     5  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2023:
     6    For  employee  fringe benefits and indirect costs related to employees
     7      paid from department capital projects  funds  and  capital  accounts
     8      (09FG2350) (25729) ... 20,000,000 ................ (re. $19,445,000)
 
     9  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2022:
    10    For  employee  fringe benefits and indirect costs related to employees
    11      paid from department capital projects  funds  and  capital  accounts
    12      (09FG2250) (25729) ... 20,000,000 ................. (re. $4,201,000)
    13    For  services  and expenses related to the acquisition and development
    14      of technology, including but not limited to equipment, software, and
    15      services. Funds appropriated herein may be suballocated to any other
    16      state department  to  achieve  the  purpose  of  this  appropriation
    17      (09CS2250) (24807) ... 18,000,000 ................ (re. $13,883,000)
 
    18  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2021:
    19    For  employee  fringe benefits and indirect costs related to employees
    20      paid from department capital projects  funds  and  capital  accounts
    21      (09FG2150) (25729) ... 24,700,000 ................. (re. $9,407,000)

    22  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2020:
    23    For  employee  fringe benefits and indirect costs related to employees
    24      paid from department capital projects  funds  and  capital  accounts
    25      (09FG2050) (25729) ... 24,700,000 ................. (re. $9,776,000)
 
    26  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2017:
    27    For  alterations,  rehabilitation  and improvements at education camps
    28      and centers including personal service, fringe benefits and indirect
    29      costs (09ED1750) (24806) ... 500,000 ................ (re. $500,000)
 
    30  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2014, as amended by chapter 54,
    31      section 1, of the laws of 2015:
    32    For services and expenses including personal service, fringe  benefits
    33      and  indirect  costs  relating to the maintenance and upgrade of the
    34      department's information technology  infrastructure,  including  but
    35      not  limited  to  the  improved  resiliency of the existing computer
    36      systems environment, business continuance, equipment and infrastruc-
    37      ture related to the DEC  automated  licensing  system  (DECALS)  and
    38      improvements  necessary for compliance with statewide cyber security
    39      requirements including suballocation to other state departments  and
    40      agencies (09CS1450) (24807) ... 2,000,000 ......... (re. $2,000,000)
 
    41  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2013:
    42    For  alterations,  rehabilitation  and improvements at education camps
    43      and centers including personal service, fringe benefits and indirect
    44      costs (09ED1350) (24806) ... 1,000,000 .............. (re. $363,000)

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                        DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION

                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2013, as amended by chapter 54,
     2      section 1, of the laws of 2015:
     3    For  services and expenses including personal service, fringe benefits
     4      and indirect costs relating to the maintenance and  upgrade  of  the
     5      department's  information  technology  infrastructure, including but
     6      not limited to the improved  resiliency  of  the  existing  computer
     7      systems environment, business continuance, equipment and infrastruc-
     8      ture  related  to  the  DEC  automated licensing system (DECALS) and
     9      improvements necessary for compliance with statewide cyber  security
    10      requirements  including suballocation to other state departments and
    11      agencies (09CS1350) (24807) ... 4,000,000 ......... (re. $4,000,000)

    12  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2012, as amended by chapter 54,
    13      section 1, of the laws of 2015:
    14    For services and expenses including personal service, fringe  benefits
    15      and  indirect  costs  relating to the maintenance and upgrade of the
    16      department's information technology  infrastructure,  including  but
    17      not  limited  to  the  improved  resiliency of the existing computer
    18      systems environment, business continuance, equipment and infrastruc-
    19      ture related to the DEC  automated  licensing  system  (DECALS)  and
    20      improvements  necessary for compliance with statewide cyber security
    21      requirements including suballocation to other state departments  and
    22      agencies (09CS1250) (24807) ... 1,000,000 ......... (re. $1,000,000)
 
    23  By chapter 55, section 1, of the laws of 2009, as amended by chapter 54,
    24      section 1, of the laws of 2015:
    25    For services and expenses including personal services and fringe bene-
    26      fits  and  indirect costs relating to the maintenance and upgrade of
    27      the department's information  technology  infrastructure,  including
    28      but  not limited to the improved resiliency of the existing computer
    29      systems environment, business continuance, equipment and infrastruc-
    30      ture related to the DEC  automated  licensing  system  (DECALS)  and
    31      improvements  necessary for compliance with statewide cyber security
    32      requirements including suballocation to other state departments  and
    33      agencies (09CS0950) (24807) ... 3,500,000 ......... (re. $1,734,000)
 
    34    Capital Projects Funds - Federal
    35    Federal Capital Projects Fund - 31364
    36    ENCON Federal Infrastructure and Jobs Act
    37    Administration Projects Purpose
 
    38  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2023:
    39    For  the  expenditure  of  federal  funds including but not limited to
    40      those funds provided for in the Infrastructure Investment  and  Jobs
    41      Act  made available to the department of environmental conservation,
    42      from any federal agency under any  federal  programs,  for  environ-
    43      mental  purposes  including  but not limited to construction, recon-
    44      struction, preservation, and operating costs. Any  portion  of  this
    45      appropriation  may  be  transferred  to  state operations and aid to
    46      localities. Notwithstanding any  other  inconsistent  provisions  of
    47      law,  funding appropriated herein is authorized for suballocation or
    48      transfer to other state departments, agencies, and authorities,  and

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                        DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION

                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1      may be transferred or interchanged within the department of environ-
     2      mental conservation, as necessary to accomplish the intended purpose
     3      of the federal funds (09IJ2350) (62014) ............................
     4      70,000,000 ....................................... (re. $70,000,000)
 
     5  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2022:
     6    For  the  expenditure  of  federal  funds including but not limited to
     7      those funds provided for in the Infrastructure Investment  and  Jobs
     8      Act  made available to the department of environmental conservation,
     9      from any federal agency under any  federal  programs,  for  environ-
    10      mental  purposes  including  but not limited to construction, recon-
    11      struction, preservation, and operating costs. Any  portion  of  this
    12      appropriation  may  be  transferred  to  state operations and aid to
    13      localities. Notwithstanding any  other  inconsistent  provisions  of
    14      law,  funding appropriated herein is authorized for suballocation or
    15      transfer to other state departments, agencies, and authorities,  and
    16      may be transferred or interchanged within the department of environ-
    17      mental conservation, as necessary to accomplish the intended purpose
    18      of the federal funds (09IJ2250) (62014) ............................
    19      50,000,000 ....................................... (re. $25,000,000)
 
    20    Capital Projects Funds - Other
    21    Miscellaneous Capital Projects Fund
    22    ENCON Capital Miscellaneous Gifts Account - 32224
    23    Operational Services Purposes
 
    24  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2023:
    25    For  services and expenses for projects in support of the department's
    26      mission in accordance  with  section  3-0321  of  the  environmental
    27      conservation law (09GI2351) (25613) ................................
    28      5,000,000 ......................................... (re. $5,000,000)
 
    29  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2020:
    30    For  services and expenses for projects in support of the department's
    31      mission in accordance  with  section  3-0321  of  the  environmental
    32      conservation law (09GI2051) (25613) ... 1,000,000 ... (re. $936,000)
 
    33  AIR RESOURCES (CCP)
 
    34    Special Revenue Funds - Other
    35    Clean Air Fund
    36    Mobile Source Account
    37    Air Resources Purpose
 
    38  By chapter 55, section 1, of the laws of 1999:
    39    For  services and expenses relating to the implementation and adminis-
    40      tration of the clean air mobile source  program  (09MO9955)  (24808)
    41      ... 3,000,000 ........................................ (re. $97,000)
 
    42  AIR RESOURCES - CLEAN WATER/CLEAN AIR (CCP)
 
    43    Capital Projects Funds - Other

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                        DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1    Capital Projects Fund - 30000
     2    Air Resources Purpose
 
     3                      Air Quality Improvement Projects
 
     4  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2002:
     5    For  state assistance payments for the state share of the costs of air
     6      quality/green growth projects in accordance with the  provisions  of
     7      title  6  of  article  56  of the environmental conservation law for
     8      project costs, including costs incidental  and  appurtenant  thereto
     9      and  for  payment  of  reimbursements  to  the clean water/clean air
    10      implementation fund for services and expenses of  state  departments
    11      and  agencies, including fringe benefits, hereinafter referred to as
    12      "Air Quality Project Disbursements". The moneys appropriated  herein
    13      may  be  suballocated  to  any  state department or agency. Further,
    14      moneys herein  appropriated  may  be  suballocated  only  to  public
    15      authorities  and public benefit corporations specifically authorized
    16      by title 6 of article 56 of the environmental  conservation  law  to
    17      enter  into  contracts  for  state assistance payments for the state
    18      share of costs for air  quality  projects,  provided  however,  that
    19      moneys  herein  appropriated  pursuant  to  subdivision 1 of section
    20      56-0603 of the environmental conservation law for state clean-fueled
    21      vehicles projects may be suballocated to  any  public  authority  or
    22      public  benefit  corporation and moneys herein appropriated pursuant
    23      to section 56-0607 of the environmental conservation law  for  other
    24      air quality projects may be suballocated to the environmental facil-
    25      ities corporation. Notwithstanding any other provision of law to the
    26      contrary,  the  moneys  hereby  appropriated  shall be available for
    27      state air quality improvement projects in accordance with title 6 of
    28      article 56 of the environmental conservation law upon  the  issuance
    29      of  a certificate of approval of availability by the director of the
    30      division of the budget. The state comptroller shall at the commence-
    31      ment of each month certify to the director of the  division  of  the
    32      budget, the commissioner of environmental conservation, the chairman
    33      of  the  senate  finance committee, and the chairman of the assembly
    34      ways and means committee, the amounts disbursed from this  appropri-
    35      ation  for  "Air  Quality  Improvement  Disbursements" for the month
    36      preceding such certification (09BA0255) (24809) ....................
    37      6,000,000 ......................................... (re. $1,588,000)
 
    38               Project Schedule
    39  PROJECT                               AMOUNT
    40  --------------------------------------------
    41                        (thousands of dollars)
    42  Clean-fueled buses projects .......... 4,000
    43  State  clean-fueled   vehicles
    44    projects ........................... 2,000
    45                                --------------
    46      Total ............................ 6,000
    47                                ==============
 
    48  By chapter 55, section 1, of the laws of 2000:

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                        DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1    For state assistance payments for the state share of the costs of  air
     2      quality/green  growth  projects in accordance with the provisions of
     3      title 6 of article 56 of  the  environmental  conservation  law  for
     4      project  costs,  including  costs incidental and appurtenant thereto
     5      and  for  payment  of  reimbursements  to  the clean water/clean air
     6      implementation fund for services and expenses of  state  departments
     7      and  agencies, including fringe benefits, hereinafter referred to as
     8      "Air Quality Project Disbursements". The moneys appropriated  herein
     9      may  be  suballocated  to  any  state department or agency. Further,
    10      moneys herein  appropriated  may  be  suballocated  only  to  public
    11      authorities  and public benefit corporations specifically authorized
    12      by title 6 of article 56 of the environmental  conservation  law  to
    13      enter  into  contracts  for  state assistance payments for the state
    14      share of costs for air  quality  projects,  provided  however,  that
    15      moneys  herein  appropriated  pursuant  to  subdivision 1 of section
    16      56-0603 of the environmental conservation law for state clean-fueled
    17      vehicles projects may be suballocated to  any  public  authority  or
    18      public  benefit  corporation and moneys herein appropriated pursuant
    19      to section 56-0607 of the environmental conservation law  for  other
    20      air quality projects may be suballocated to the environmental facil-
    21      ities corporation. Notwithstanding any other provision of law to the
    22      contrary,  the  moneys  hereby  appropriated  shall be available for
    23      state air quality improvement projects in accordance with title 6 of
    24      article 56 of the environmental conservation law upon  the  issuance
    25      of  a certificate of approval of availability by the director of the
    26      division of the budget. The state comptroller shall at the commence-
    27      ment of each month certify to the director of the  division  of  the
    28      budget, the commissioner of environmental conservation, the chairman
    29      of  the  senate  finance committee, and the chairman of the assembly
    30      ways and means committee, the amounts disbursed from this  appropri-
    31      ation  for  "Air  Quality  Improvement  Disbursements" for the month
    32      preceding such certification (09BA0055) (24809) ....................
    33      26,000,000 .......................................... (re. $102,000)

    34               Project Schedule
    35  PROJECT                               AMOUNT
    36  --------------------------------------------
    37                        (thousands of dollars)
    38  State  clean-fueled   vehicles
    39    projects ........................... 2,000
    40  Clean-fueled buses projects .......... 4,000
    41  Clean air for schools projects ...... 20,000
    42                                --------------
    43    Total ............................. 26,000
    44                                ==============
 
    45  By chapter 55, section 1, of the laws of 1999:
    46    For state assistance payments for the state share of the costs of  air
    47      quality/green  growth  projects in accordance with the provisions of
    48      title 6 of article 56 of  the  environmental  conservation  law  for
    49      project  costs,  including  costs incidental and appurtenant thereto
    50      and for payment of  reimbursements  to  the  clean  water/clean  air

                                           184                        12654-10-4
 
                        DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1      implementation  fund  for services and expenses of state departments
     2      and agencies, including fringe benefits, hereinafter referred to  as
     3      "Air  Quality Project Disbursements". The moneys appropriated herein
     4      may  be  suballocated  to  any  state department or agency. Further,
     5      moneys herein  appropriated  may  be  suballocated  only  to  public
     6      authorities  and public benefit corporations specifically authorized
     7      by title 6 of article 56 of the environmental  conservation  law  to
     8      enter  into  contracts  for  state assistance payments for the state
     9      share of costs for air  quality  projects,  provided  however,  that
    10      moneys  herein  appropriated  pursuant  to  subdivision 1 of section
    11      56-0603 of the environmental conservation law for state clean-fueled
    12      vehicles projects may be suballocated to  any  public  authority  or
    13      public  benefit  corporation and moneys herein appropriated pursuant
    14      to section 56-0607 of the environmental conservation law  for  other
    15      air quality projects may be suballocated to the environmental facil-
    16      ities corporation. Notwithstanding any other provision of law to the
    17      contrary,  the  moneys  hereby  appropriated  shall be available for
    18      state air quality improvement projects in accordance with title 6 of
    19      article 56 of the environmental conservation law upon  the  issuance
    20      of  a certificate of approval of availability by the director of the
    21      division of the budget. The state comptroller shall at the commence-
    22      ment of each month certify to the director of the  division  of  the
    23      budget, the commissioner of environmental conservation, the chairman
    24      of  the  senate  finance committee, and the chairman of the assembly
    25      ways and means committee, the amounts disbursed from this  appropri-
    26      ation  for  "Air  Quality  Improvement  Disbursements" for the month
    27      preceding such certification (09BA9955) (24809) ....................
    28      37,000,000 ........................................... (re. $38,000)
 
    29               Project Schedule
    30  PROJECT                               AMOUNT
    31   -------------------------------------------
    32                        (thousands of dollars)
    33  State  clean-fueled   vehicles
    34    projects ........................... 4,000
    35  Clean-fueled buses projects .......... 8,000
    36  Clean air for schools projects ...... 25,000
    37                                --------------
    38    Total ............................. 37,000
    39                                ==============
 
    40  By chapter 55, section 1, of the laws of 1998:
    41    For state assistance payments for the state share of the costs of  air
    42      quality/green  growth  projects in accordance with the provisions of
    43      title 6 of article 56 of  the  environmental  conservation  law  for
    44      project  costs,  including  costs incidental and appurtenant thereto
    45      and for payment of  reimbursements  to  the  clean  water/clean  air
    46      implementation  fund  for services and expenses of state departments
    47      and agencies, including fringe benefits, hereinafter referred to  as
    48      "Air  Quality Project Disbursements". The moneys appropriated herein
    49      may be suballocated to any  state  department  or  agency.  Further,
    50      moneys  herein  appropriated  may  be  suballocated  only  to public

                                           185                        12654-10-4
 
                        DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1      authorities and public benefit corporations specifically  authorized
     2      by  title  6  of article 56 of the environmental conservation law to
     3      enter into contracts for state assistance  payments  for  the  state
     4      share  of  costs  for  air  quality projects, provided however, that
     5      moneys herein appropriated pursuant  to  paragraph  one  of  section
     6      56-0603 of the environmental conservation law for state clean-fueled
     7      vehicles  projects  may  be  suballocated to any public authority or
     8      public benefit corporation and moneys herein  appropriated  pursuant
     9      to  section  56-0607 of the environmental conservation law for other
    10      air quality projects may be suballocated to the environmental facil-
    11      ities corporation. Notwithstanding the provisions of any general  or
    12      special  law,  the moneys hereby appropriated shall be available for
    13      state air quality improvement projects in accordance with title 6 of
    14      article 56 of the environmental conservation law upon  the  issuance
    15      of  a certificate of approval of availability by the director of the
    16      division of the budget. The state comptroller shall at the commence-
    17      ment of each month certify to the director of the  division  of  the
    18      budget, the commissioner of environmental conservation, the chairman
    19      of  the  senate  finance committee, and the chairman of the assembly
    20      ways and means committee the amounts disbursed from  this  appropri-
    21      ation  for  "Air  Quality  Improvement  Disbursements" for the month
    22      preceding such certification (09BA9855) (24809) ....................
    23      44,000,000 ........................................ (re. $2,899,000)
 
    24               project schedule
    25  PROJECT                               AMOUNT
    26  --------------------------------------------
    27                        (thousands of dollars)
    28  State   clean-fueled  vehicles
    29    projects ........................... 6,000
    30  Clean-fueled buses projects ......... 10,000
    31  Other air quality projects ........... 3,000
    32  Clean air for schools projects ...... 10,000
    33  Clean air for schools projects ...... 15,000
    34                                --------------
    35    Total ............................. 44,000
    36                                ==============
 
    37  By chapter 55, section 1, of the laws of 1997:
    38    For state assistance payments for the state share of the costs of  air
    39      quality/green  growth  projects in accordance with the provisions of
    40      title 6 of article 56 of  the  environmental  conservation  law  for
    41      project  costs,  including  costs incidental and appurtenant thereto
    42      and for payment of  reimbursements  to  the  clean  water/clean  air
    43      implementation  fund  for services and expenses of state departments
    44      and agencies, including fringe benefits, hereinafter referred to  as
    45      "Air  Quality Project Disbursements". The moneys appropriated herein
    46      may be suballocated to any  state  department  or  agency.  Further,
    47      moneys  herein  appropriated  may  be  suballocated  only  to public
    48      authorities and public benefit corporations specifically  authorized
    49      by  title  6  of article 56 of the environmental conservation law to
    50      enter into contracts for state assistance  payments  for  the  state

                                           186                        12654-10-4
 
                        DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1      share  of  costs  for  air  quality projects, provided however, that
     2      moneys herein appropriated pursuant  to  paragraph  one  of  section
     3      56-0603 of the environmental conservation law for state clean-fueled
     4      vehicles  projects  may  be  suballocated to any public authority or
     5      public benefit corporation and moneys herein  appropriated  pursuant
     6      to  section  56-0607 of the environmental conservation law for other
     7      air quality projects may be suballocated to the environmental facil-
     8      ities corporation. Notwithstanding the provisions of any general  or
     9      special  law,  the moneys hereby appropriated shall be available for
    10      state air quality improvement projects in accordance with title 6 of
    11      article 56 of the environmental conservation law upon  the  issuance
    12      of  a certificate of approval of availability by the director of the
    13      division of the budget. The state comptroller shall at the commence-
    14      ment of each month certify to the director of the  division  of  the
    15      budget, the commissioner of environmental conservation, the chairman
    16      of  the  senate  finance committee, and the chairman of the assembly
    17      ways and means committee the amounts disbursed from  this  appropri-
    18      ation  for  "Air  Quality  Improvement  Disbursements" for the month
    19      preceding such certification (09BA9755) (24809) ....................
    20      80,000,000 ....................................... (re. $22,568,000)

    21               project schedule
    22  PROJECT                               AMOUNT
    23  --------------------------------------------
    24                        (thousands of dollars)
    25  State  clean-fueled   vehicles
    26    projects ........................... 4,000
    27  Clean-fueled buses projects .......... 4,000
    28  Other air quality projects .......... 17,000
    29  Clean air for schools projects ...... 25,000
    30  Environmental       compliance
    31    assistance  projects  -  air
    32    quality ..........................  30,000
    33                                --------------
    34    Total ............................  80,000
    35                                ==============
 
    36  AIR RESOURCES - EQBA (CCP)
 
    37    Capital Projects Funds - Other
    38    Capital Projects Fund - EQBA (Bondable) - 30000
    39    Air Resources Purpose
 
    40                 Municipal Air Quality Improvement Projects

    41  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2002, as amended by chapter 55,
    42      section 1, of the laws of 2003:
    43    For payment of the costs of state  air  quality  improvement  projects
    44      including  suballocation  to  other  state  departments and agencies
    45      (09720255) (24810) ... 5,810,000 .................. (re. $5,782,000)

                                           187                        12654-10-4
 
                        DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 1983, as amended by chapter 55,
     2      section 1, of the laws of 1996:
     3    For  the  state share of the cost of municipal air quality improvement
     4      projects, including the payment of  liabilities  incurred  prior  to
     5      April  one,  nineteen  hundred  eighty-three  (02878655) (24810) ...
     6      15,689,000 ............................................ (re. $8,000)
 
     7  By chapter 54, section 3, of the laws of 1981, as amended by chapter 54,
     8      section 3, of the laws of 1993:
     9    For the state share of the cost of municipal air  quality  improvement
    10      projects,  including  the  payment  of liabilities incurred prior to
    11      April 1, 1981 (00333755) (24810) ...   .............................
    12      20,222,000 ............................................ (re. $2,000)
 
    13  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 1975, as amended by chapter 54,
    14      section 3, of the laws of 1982, for: The state share of the cost  of
    15      municipal air quality improvement projects, including the payment of
    16      liabilities  incurred  prior  to  April  1,  1975 (00320655) (24810)
    17      ...   ................................................. (re. $2,000)

    18  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 1974, as amended by chapter 54,
    19      section 3, of the laws of 1988, for: The state share of the cost  of
    20      municipal  air quality improvement projects including the payment of
    21      liabilities incurred prior  to  April  1,  1974  (00319455)  (24810)
    22      ...   ..... 15,483,930 ................................ (re. $1,000)
 
    23  By  chapter  673,  section 4, of the laws of 1973, as amended by chapter
    24      54, section 3, of the laws of 1989, for: The state share of the cost
    25      of municipal air quality  improvement  projects  (00319055)  (24810)
    26      ...   ..... 15,230,931 .............................. (re. $342,000)
 
    27                   State Air Quality Improvement Projects
 
    28  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 1987:
    29    For  payment  of  the  cost of State air quality improvement projects,
    30      including the payment of liabilities incurred prior to April 1, 1987
    31      (09A18755) (24811) .................................................
    32      2,588,000 ........................................... (re. $528,000)
 
    33  CLEAN WATER/CLEAN AIR BOND FUND (CCP)
 
    34    Capital Projects Funds - Other
    35    Clean Water/Clean Air Bond Fund
    36    Clean Water/Clean Air Bond Fund Account - 30690
    37    Bond Proceeds Purpose
 
    38  By chapter 55, section 1, of the laws of 1997:
    39    The sum of $1,475,000,000 or so much thereof as may  be  necessary  is
    40      hereby  appropriated  from  the  clean  water/clean air bond fund as
    41      established by section 97-aaa of the state finance law  for  payment
    42      to  the  capital  projects  fund for disbursements from such fund as
    43      certified by the state comptroller as: "Safe Drinking Water  Project

                                           188                        12654-10-4
 
                        DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1      Disbursements",  "Clean  Water  Project Disbursements", "Solid Waste
     2      Project Disbursements", "Environmental Restoration Project Disburse-
     3      ments", and "Air Quality Project Disbursements".
     4    The  director  of  the budget shall designate to the state comptroller
     5      appropriations made from the capital projects fund which are  eligi-
     6      ble  for reimbursement from the clean air/clean water bond fund. The
     7      state comptroller shall at the commencement of each month certify to
     8      the director of the budget,  the  chairman  of  the  senate  finance
     9      committee,  and  the chairman of the assembly ways and means commit-
    10      tee, the amounts disbursed from such appropriations.
    11    No moneys shall be available from the clean water/clean air bond  fund
    12      until  a  certificate  of  approval  of availability shall have been
    13      issued by the director of the budget, and a copy of such certificate
    14      of approval filed with the chairman of the senate finance  committee
    15      and the chairman of the assembly ways and means committee (09019710)
    16      (80913) ... 1,475,000,000 ....................... (re. $105,531,000)
 
    17  CLEAN WATER/CLEAN AIR IMPLEMENTATION (CCP)
 
    18    Capital Projects Funds - Other
    19    Clean Water/Clean Air Implementation Fund
    20    Clean Water/Clean Air Implementation-DEC Account - 30501
    21    Clean Water/Clean Air Implementation Purpose
 
    22  By chapter 55, section 1, of the laws of 2009:
    23    For services and expenses including personal services and fringe bene-
    24      fits  necessary  to  implement  the  clean  water/clean air bond act
    25      (09BA09WI) (81044) ... 1,050,000 .................. (re. $1,050,000)
 
    26  By chapter 55, section 1, of the laws of 2008:
    27    For services and expenses including personal services and fringe bene-
    28      fits necessary to implement  the  clean  water/clean  air  bond  act
    29      (09BA08WI) (81044) ... 1,050,000 .................. (re. $1,050,000)
 
    30  By chapter 55, section 1, of the laws of 2007:
    31    For services and expenses including personal services and fringe bene-
    32      fits  necessary  to  implement  the  clean  water/clean air bond act
    33      (09BA07WI) (81044) ... 1,050,000 .................. (re. $1,050,000)
 
    34  By chapter 55, section 1, of the laws of 2006:
    35    For services and expenses including personal services and fringe bene-
    36      fits necessary to implement  the  clean  water/clean  air  bond  act
    37      (09BA06WI) (81044) ... 1,050,000 .................... (re. $348,000)

    38  By chapter 55, section 1, of the laws of 2005:
    39    For services and expenses including personal services and fringe bene-
    40      fits  necessary  to  implement  the  clean  water/clean air bond act
    41      (09BA05WI) (81044) ... 1,050,000 .................. (re. $1,050,000)
 
    42  By chapter 55, section 1, of the laws of 2004:
    43    For services and expenses including personal services and fringe bene-
    44      fits necessary to implement the clean water/clean air  bond  act  in

                                           189                        12654-10-4
 
                        DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1      accordance with the purpose included in the following project sched-
     2      ule (09BA04WI) (81044) ... 2,527,000 .............. (re. $1,857,000)
 
     3               Project Schedule
     4  PROJECT                               AMOUNT
     5  --------------------------------------------
     6                        (thousands of dollars)
     7  Clean Water .......................... 1,071
     8  Environmental Restoration ............ 1,138
     9  Solid Waste ............................ 318
    10                                --------------
    11     Total ............................. 2,527
    12                                ==============
 
    13  CLEAN WATER, CLEAN AIR, AND GREEN JOBS ENVIRONMENTAL BOND ACT (CCP)
 
    14    Capital Projects Fund - Other
    15    Capital  Projects  Fund - Clean Water, Clean Air, And Green Jobs Envi-
    16      ronmental Bond Act (Bondable) - 30000
    17    Clean Water, Clean Air, And Green Jobs Environmental Bond Act Purpose
 
    18  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2022:
    19    For the payment of the costs of  capital  projects,  pursuant  to  the
    20      environmental  bond  act of 2022 and section 58-0303 of the environ-
    21      mental conservation law, to be reimbursed  from  bond  proceeds  for
    22      capital projects for restoration and flood risk reduction, including
    23      not  more  than  $250,000,000  for a voluntary real property buy-out
    24      program, not less than $100,000,000 for  shoreline  protection,  and
    25      not  less than $100,000,000 for inland flooding and the local water-
    26      front revitalization program.
    27    Costs of such projects may include but not be  limited  to  appraisal,
    28      surveying,  planning,  engineering and architectural services, plans
    29      and specifications, consultation and legal services,  site  prepara-
    30      tion,  demolition,  construction, and other direct expenses incident
    31      to such project, including personal services, fringe  benefits,  and
    32      indirect costs necessary for implementation. All or a portion of the
    33      funds  appropriated herein may be suballocated or transferred to any
    34      department, agency, or public authority including but not limited to
    35      the environmental facilities corporation and New York  state  energy
    36      research and development authority.
    37    No  part  of  this  appropriation shall be made available prior to the
    38      approval of the environmental bond act of 2022 by the voters at  the
    39      general  election  to be held in November of 2022 (09FR22RM) (62016)
    40      ... 1,100,000,000 ............................. (re. $1,100,000,000)
    41    For the payment of the costs of  capital  projects,  pursuant  to  the
    42      environmental  bond  act of 2022 and section 58-0503 of the environ-
    43      mental conservation law, to be reimbursed  from  bond  proceeds  for
    44      capital  projects  for  open  space land conservation and recreation
    45      including not more than $75,000,000 for fish  hatcheries,  not  less
    46      than $300,000,000 for open space, and not less than $150,000,000 for
    47      farmland protection.

                                           190                        12654-10-4
 
                        DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1    Costs  of  such  projects may include but not be limited to appraisal,
     2      surveying, planning, engineering and architectural  services,  plans
     3      and  specifications,  consultation and legal services, site prepara-
     4      tion, demolition, construction, and other direct  expenses  incident
     5      to  such  project, including personal services, fringe benefits, and
     6      indirect costs necessary for implementation. All or a portion of the
     7      funds appropriated herein may be suballocated or transferred to  any
     8      department, agency, or public authority including but not limited to
     9      the  environmental  facilities corporation and New York state energy
    10      research and development authority.
    11    No part of this appropriation shall be made  available  prior  to  the
    12      approval  of the environmental bond act of 2022 by the voters at the
    13      general election to be held in November of 2022  (09OP22RM)  (62017)
    14      ... 650,000,000 ................................. (re. $650,000,000)
    15    For  the  payment  of  the  costs of capital projects, pursuant to the
    16      environmental bond act of 2022 and section 58-0703 of  the  environ-
    17      mental  conservation  law,  to  be reimbursed from bond proceeds for
    18      capital projects for climate change mitigation, including  not  less
    19      than  $400,000,000  for  green buildings, not less than $500,000,000
    20      for zero emission transportation, including the purchase or  conver-
    21      sion  of  zero emission school buses, and supporting infrastructure,
    22      not less than $100,000,000 for  climate  adaptation  and  mitigation
    23      projects,  and not less than $200,000,000 for disbursement to reduce
    24      or eliminate water pollution or air  pollution  affecting  disadvan-
    25      taged communities.
    26    Costs  of  such  projects may include but not be limited to appraisal,
    27      surveying, planning, engineering and architectural  services,  plans
    28      and  specifications,  consultation and legal services, site prepara-
    29      tion, demolition, construction, and other direct  expenses  incident
    30      to  such  project, including personal services, fringe benefits, and
    31      indirect costs necessary for implementation. All or a portion of the
    32      funds appropriated herein may be suballocated or transferred to  any
    33      department, agency, or public authority including but not limited to
    34      the  environmental  facilities corporation and New York state energy
    35      research and development authority.
    36    No part of this appropriation shall be made  available  prior  to  the
    37      approval  of the environmental bond act of 2022 by the voters at the
    38      general election to be held in November of 2022  (09CC22RM)  (62018)
    39      ... 1,500,000,000 ............................. (re. $1,500,000,000)
    40    For  the  payment  of  the  costs of capital projects, pursuant to the
    41      environmental bond act of 2022 and section 58-0903 of  the  environ-
    42      mental  conservation  law,  to  be reimbursed from bond proceeds for
    43      capital projects for water quality improvement and resilient infras-
    44      tructure, including not less than $200,000,000 for water infrastruc-
    45      ture improvement act projects and not  less  than  $250,000,000  for
    46      municipal stormwater grants.
    47    Costs  of  such  projects may include but not be limited to appraisal,
    48      surveying, planning, engineering and architectural  services,  plans
    49      and  specifications,  consultation and legal services, site prepara-
    50      tion, demolition, construction, and other direct  expenses  incident
    51      to  such  project, including personal services, fringe benefits, and
    52      indirect costs necessary for implementation. All or a portion of the

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                        DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1      funds appropriated herein may be suballocated or transferred to  any
     2      department, agency, or public authority including but not limited to
     3      the  environmental  facilities corporation and New York state energy
     4      research and development authority.
     5    No  part  of  this  appropriation shall be made available prior to the
     6      approval of the environmental bond act of 2022 by the voters at  the
     7      general  election  to be held in November of 2022 (09WQ22RM) (62019)
     8      ... 650,000,000 ................................. (re. $650,000,000)
     9    For the payment of the costs of  capital  projects,  pursuant  to  the
    10      environmental  bond  act  of  2022  and article 58 the environmental
    11      conservation law, to be reimbursed from bond  proceeds  for  capital
    12      projects  that  preserve,  enhance,  and  restore New York's natural
    13      resources and reduce the impact of climate change.
    14    Costs of such projects may include but not be  limited  to  appraisal,
    15      surveying,  planning,  engineering and architectural services, plans
    16      and specifications, consultation and legal services,  site  prepara-
    17      tion,  demolition,  construction, and other direct expenses incident
    18      to such project, including personal services, fringe  benefits,  and
    19      indirect costs necessary for implementation. All or a portion of the
    20      funds  appropriated herein may be suballocated or transferred to any
    21      department, agency, or public authority including but not limited to
    22      the environmental facilities corporation and New York  state  energy
    23      research and development authority.
    24    No  part  of  this  appropriation shall be made available prior to the
    25      approval of the environmental bond act of 2022 by the voters at  the
    26      general  election  to be held in November of 2022 (09RS22RM) (62020)
    27      ... 300,000,000 ................................. (re. $300,000,000)
 
    28    Capital Projects Fund - Other
    29    Clean Water, Clean Air, and Green Jobs  Environmental  Bond  Act  Bond
    30      Fund
    31    Clean  Water,  Clean  Air,  and Green Jobs Environmental Bond Act Bond
    32      Fund Account - 30720
    33    Bond Proceeds Purpose
 
    34  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2022:
    35    The sum of $4,200,000,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary  and
    36      available,  is  hereby appropriated from the clean water, clean air,
    37      and green jobs environmental bond act bond fund  as  established  by
    38      section  97-tttt  of  the  state  finance law in accordance with the
    39      provisions of such section, as added by a chapter  of  the  laws  of
    40      2022, for payment to the capital projects fund in order to reimburse
    41      such  fund  for  disbursements certified by the state comptroller as
    42      bondable under the provisions of the environmental bond act of  2022
    43      "clean water, clean air, and green jobs environmental bond act".
    44    The  director  of  the budget is hereby authorized to designate to the
    45      state comptroller specific  appropriations  made  from  the  capital
    46      projects  fund  for  purposes  for which clean water, clean air, and
    47      green jobs environmental bond act expenditures are  authorized.  The
    48      state comptroller shall at the commencement of each month certify to
    49      the  director  of  the  budget,  the  chairman of the senate finance
    50      committee, and the chairman of the assembly ways and  means  commit-

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                        DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1      tee,  the amounts disbursed from the appropriations so designated by
     2      the director of the budget from the capital projects fund  for  such
     3      purposes for the month preceding such certification and such certif-
     4      ication  shall  not exceed in the aggregate the moneys hereby appro-
     5      priated. A copy of each such certificate shall also be delivered  to
     6      departments,  agencies, and public authorities to which such capital
     7      project fund appropriations are made available.
     8    Notwithstanding the provisions of  any  general  or  special  law,  no
     9      moneys shall be available from the clean water, clean air, and green
    10      jobs  environmental  bond  act  bond  fund  until  a  certificate of
    11      approval of availability shall have been issued by the  director  of
    12      the  budget,  and  a copy of such certificate of approval filed with
    13      the state comptroller, the chairman of the senate finance committee,
    14      and the chairman of the assembly  ways  and  means  committee.  Such
    15      certificate  may be amended from time to time by the director of the
    16      budget, and a copy of each such amendment shall be  filed  with  the
    17      state comptroller, the chairman of the senate finance committee, and
    18      the  chairman  of  the  assembly ways and means committee (09RM2210)
    19      (62021) ... 4,200,000,000 ..................... (re. $4,200,000,000)
 
    20  ENVIRONMENT AND RECREATION (CCP)
 
    21    Capital Projects Funds - Other
    22    Environmental Protection Fund
    23    Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation Account - 30455
    24    Environment and Recreation Purpose
 
    25  The appropriation made by chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2023, is
    26      hereby amended and reappropriated to read:
    27    For services and expenses  of  projects  and  purposes  authorized  by
    28      section  92-s  of  the state finance law to receive funding from the
    29      climate change mitigation and adaptation account in accordance  with
    30      a  programmatic and financial plan to be approved by the director of
    31      the budget, including suballocation to other state  departments  and
    32      agencies, according to the following:
    33    Notwithstanding  any  law  to  the contrary, to address greenhouse gas
    34      emissions outside of the power sector including but not  limited  to
    35      the  development  of  statewide  greenhouse  gas inventories, demon-
    36      stration projects, community engagement and applied research related
    37      to the transportation sector or methane and other shortlived climate
    38      pollutant sources; including up to $500,000 for  the  regenerate  NY
    39      grant  program; $500,000 to the North American Sustainable Refriger-
    40      ation Council for the purpose of establishing  a  natural  refriger-
    41      ation  demonstration  project  in  a  disadvantaged community; up to
    42      $1,000,000 for: grants to municipalities for acquisition of communi-
    43      ty forests (09GG23ER) (25706) ......................................
    44      2,900,000 ......................................... (re. $2,900,000)
    45    Notwithstanding any law to the contrary, (a)  for  the  department  of
    46      environmental conservation to enter into a contract or contracts for
    47      the  development  of  local  climate resiliency plans and adaptation
    48      projects, and (b) up to $200,000 to the  department  of  agriculture
    49      and  markets for services and expenses of the wood products develop-

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                        DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1      ment council, including suballocation to other state departments and
     2      agencies; $2,000,000 for climate coordinators, including for  disad-
     3      vantaged  communities; and $2,100,000 to the State University of New
     4      York College of Environmental Science and Forestry for the Timbuctoo
     5      pipeline  summer climate and careers institute; $500,000 for a resi-
     6      liency planting program; $25,000 to the Nature  Conservancy  in  New
     7      York  to  support  the  Staying  Connected  Initiative; $500,000 for
     8      [public television stations]the Association of  Public  Broadcasting
     9      Stations  of  New  York,  Inc.  for the creation and distribution of
    10      climate change digital teaching  tools,  in  consultation  with  the
    11      department  of  environmental  conservation;  and  $1,000,000 to the
    12      State University of New York College of  Environmental  Science  and
    13      Forestry,  directly  or  through  its  Climate  and Applied Forestry
    14      Research Institute, to support research and development of  forestry
    15      and forest products (09SV23ER) (25711) .............................
    16      7,925,000 ......................................... (re. $7,925,000)
    17    Notwithstanding  any  law  to the contrary, smart growth program state
    18      assistance payments, provided on a competitive basis,  to  counties,
    19      cities, towns, or villages to establish, update or implement compre-
    20      hensive  plans  in  a manner consistent with smart growth; provided,
    21      however, that up to 25 percent of such payments may  be  awarded  to
    22      not-for-profit  organizations  for  such purposes (09SG23ER) (24824)
    23      ... 3,650,000 ..................................... (re. $3,650,000)
    24    Notwithstanding any law to the contrary for the New  York  state  soil
    25      and  water conservation committee in conjunction with the department
    26      of agriculture and markets to  develop  a  pilot  climate  resilient
    27      farms  program  consistent  with agriculture and markets law article
    28      11-A and 11-B, agricultural environmental management program includ-
    29      ing up to $500,000 for the Cornell Soil Health Program for  research
    30      and  education  to improve soil resiliency to climate variations and
    31      mitigate greenhouse  gas  emissions  by  carbon  sequestration;  and
    32      including  up  to $500,000 to maintain forests and woodlands located
    33      on agricultural land for the purpose of carbon sequestration and  to
    34      promote   sustainable   and   resilient   agriculture  and  forestry
    35      (09CR23ER) (25718) ... 15,250,000 ... ............ (re. $15,250,000)
    36    Climate smart communities projects pursuant to title 15 of article  54
    37      of  the  environmental  conservation  law  including  clean  vehicle
    38      projects; and $1,000,000 for municipal pilot programs  for  publicly
    39      accessible  electric  vehicle  fast  chargers installed on municipal
    40      infrastructure including for curbside charging  stations  (09CS23ER)
    41      (25701) ... 13,500,000 ........................... (re. $13,500,000)
 
    42  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2022:
    43    For  services  and  expenses  of  projects  and purposes authorized by
    44      section 92-s of the state finance law to receive  funding  from  the
    45      climate  change mitigation and adaptation account in accordance with
    46      a programmatic and financial plan to be approved by the director  of
    47      the  budget,  including suballocation to other state departments and
    48      agencies, according to the following:
    49    Notwithstanding any law to the contrary,  to  address  greenhouse  gas
    50      emissions  outside  of the power sector including but not limited to
    51      the development of  statewide  greenhouse  gas  inventories,  demon-

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                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25

     1      stration projects, community engagement and applied research related
     2      to the transportation sector or methane and other shortlived climate
     3      pollutant  sources;  including  up to $500,000 for the regenerate NY
     4      grant  program; $250,000 to the North American Sustainable Refriger-
     5      ation Council for the purpose of establishing  a  natural  refriger-
     6      ation  demonstration project in a disadvantaged community (09GG22ER)
     7      (25706) ... 2,500,000 ............................. (re. $2,500,000)
     8    Notwithstanding any law to the contrary, (a)  for  the  department  of
     9      environmental conservation to enter into a contract or contracts for
    10      the  development  of  local  climate resiliency plans and adaptation
    11      projects, and (b) up to $200,000 to the  department  of  agriculture
    12      and  markets for services and expenses of the wood products develop-
    13      ment council, including suballocation to other state departments and
    14      agencies; $1,750,000 for climate coordinators; and $2,100,000 to the
    15      State University of New York College of  Environmental  Science  and
    16      Forestry  for  the  Timbuctoo  pipeline  summer  climate and careers
    17      institute; and $500,000 to the State University of New York  College
    18      of  Environmental  Science  and  Forestry,  directly  or through its
    19      Climate and Applied Forestry Research Institute, to support research
    20      and development of forestry and forest products  (09SV22ER)  (25711)
    21      ... 5,300,000 ..................................... (re. $3,125,000)
    22    Notwithstanding  any  law  to the contrary, smart growth program state
    23      assistance payments, provided on a competitive basis,  to  counties,
    24      cities, towns, or villages to establish, update or implement compre-
    25      hensive  plans  in  a manner consistent with smart growth; provided,
    26      however, that up to 25 percent of such payments may  be  awarded  to
    27      not-for-profit  organizations  for  such purposes (09SG22ER) (24824)
    28      ... 3,000,000 ..................................... (re. $3,000,000)
    29    Notwithstanding any law to the contrary for the New  York  state  soil
    30      and  water conservation committee in conjunction with the department
    31      of agriculture and markets to  develop  a  pilot  climate  resilient
    32      farms  program  consistent  with agriculture and markets law article
    33      11-A and 11-B, agricultural environmental management program includ-
    34      ing up to $500,000 for the Cornell Soil Health Program for  research
    35      and  education  to improve soil resiliency to climate variations and
    36      mitigate greenhouse gas emissions by carbon sequestration (09CR22ER)
    37      (25718) ... 16,750,000 ........................... (re. $16,750,000)
    38    Climate smart communities projects pursuant to title 15 of article  54
    39      of  the  environmental  conservation  law  including  clean  vehicle
    40      projects;  notwithstanding  any  law  to  the  contrary,   including
    41      $500,000  for  a  resiliency  planting  program; up to $500,000 for:
    42      grants to  municipalities  for  acquisition  of  community  forests;
    43      $1,000,000  for  municipal  pilot  programs  for publicly accessible
    44      electric vehicle fast chargers installed on municipal infrastructure
    45      including for curbside charging stations (09CS22ER) (25701) ........
    46      15,000,000 ....................................... (re. $15,000,000)
 
    47  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2021:
    48    For services and expenses  of  projects  and  purposes  authorized  by
    49      section  92-s  of  the state finance law to receive funding from the
    50      climate change mitigation and adaptation account in accordance  with
    51      a  programmatic and financial plan to be approved by the director of

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                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1      the budget, including suballocation to other state  departments  and
     2      agencies, according to the following:
     3    Notwithstanding  any  law  to  the contrary, to address greenhouse gas
     4      emissions outside of the power sector including but not  limited  to
     5      the  development  of  statewide  greenhouse  gas inventories, demon-
     6      stration projects, community engagement and applied research related
     7      to the  transportation  sector  or  methane  and  other  short-lived
     8      climate pollutant sources; including up to $500,000 for the regener-
     9      ate NY grant program (09GG21ER) (25706) ............................
    10      1,500,000 ......................................... (re. $1,485,000)
    11    Notwithstanding  any  law  to  the contrary, (a) for the department of
    12      environmental conservation to enter into a contract or contracts for
    13      the development of local climate  resiliency  plans  and  adaptation
    14      projects,  and  (b)  up to $200,000 to the department of agriculture
    15      and markets for services and expenses of the wood products  develop-
    16      ment council, including suballocation to other state departments and
    17      agencies (09SV21ER) (25711) ... 800,000 ............. (re. $800,000)
    18    Notwithstanding  any  law  to the contrary, smart growth program state
    19      assistance payments, provided on a competitive basis,  to  counties,
    20      cities, towns, or villages to establish, update or implement compre-
    21      hensive  plans  in  a manner consistent with smart growth; provided,
    22      however, that up to 25 percent of such payments may  be  awarded  to
    23      not-for-profit  organizations  for  such purposes (09SG21ER) (24824)
    24      ... 2,000,000 ..................................... (re. $2,000,000)
    25    Notwithstanding any law to the contrary for the New  York  state  soil
    26      and  water conservation committee in conjunction with the department
    27      of agriculture and markets to  develop  a  pilot  climate  resilient
    28      farms  program  consistent  with agriculture and markets law article
    29      11-A, agricultural environmental management program including up  to
    30      $200,000 for the Cornell Soil Health Program for research and educa-
    31      tion  to  improve soil resiliency to climate variations and mitigate
    32      greenhouse gas emissions by carbon sequestration (09CR21ER)  (25718)
    33      ... 4,500,000 ..................................... (re. $4,101,000)
    34    Climate  smart communities projects pursuant to title 15 of article 54
    35      of  the  environmental  conservation  law  including  clean  vehicle
    36      projects;   notwithstanding  any  law  to  the  contrary,  including
    37      $500,000 for a resiliency planting  program;  up  to  $500,000  for:
    38      grants  to  municipalities for acquisition of community forests; and
    39      not less than $1,000,000 for municipal pilot programs  for  publicly
    40      accessible  electric  vehicle  fast  chargers installed on municipal
    41      infrastructure (09CS21ER) (25701) ..................................
    42      10,300,000 ....................................... (re. $10,280,000)

    43  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2020:
    44    For services and expenses  of  projects  and  purposes  authorized  by
    45      section  92-s  of  the state finance law to receive funding from the
    46      climate change mitigation and adaptation account in accordance  with
    47      a  programmatic and financial plan to be approved by the director of
    48      the budget, including suballocation to other state  departments  and
    49      agencies, according to the following:
    50    Notwithstanding  any  law  to  the contrary, to address greenhouse gas
    51      emissions outside of the power sector including but not  limited  to

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                        DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25

     1      the  development  of  statewide  greenhouse  gas inventories, demon-
     2      stration projects, community engagement and applied research related
     3      to the  transportation  sector  or  methane  and  other  short-lived
     4      climate pollutant sources; including up to $500,000 for the regener-
     5      ate NY grant program (09GG20ER) (25706) ............................
     6      1,500,000 ......................................... (re. $1,326,000)
     7    Notwithstanding  any  law  to  the contrary, (a) for the department of
     8      environmental conservation to enter into a contract or contracts for
     9      the development of local climate  resiliency  plans  and  adaptation
    10      projects,  and  (b)  up to $200,000 to the department of agriculture
    11      and markets for services and expenses of the wood products  develop-
    12      ment council, including suballocation to other state departments and
    13      agencies (09SV20ER) (25711) ... 1,000,000 ......... (re. $1,000,000)
    14    Notwithstanding  any  law  to the contrary, smart growth program state
    15      assistance payments, provided on a competitive basis,  to  counties,
    16      cities, towns, or villages to establish, update or implement compre-
    17      hensive  plans  in  a manner consistent with smart growth; provided,
    18      however, that up to 25 percent of such payments may  be  awarded  to
    19      not-for-profit  organizations  for  such purposes (09SG20ER) (24824)
    20      ... 2,000,000 ..................................... (re. $2,000,000)
    21    Notwithstanding any law to the contrary for the New  York  state  soil
    22      and  water conservation committee in conjunction with the department
    23      of agriculture and markets to  develop  a  pilot  climate  resilient
    24      farms  program  consistent  with agriculture and markets law article
    25      11-a, agricultural environmental management program including up  to
    26      $200,000 for the Cornell Soil Health Program for research and educa-
    27      tion  to  improve soil resiliency to climate variations and mitigate
    28      greenhouse gas emissions by carbon sequestration (09CR20ER)  (25718)
    29      ... 4,500,000 ..................................... (re. $4,188,000)
    30    Climate  smart communities projects pursuant to title 15 of article 54
    31      of  the  environmental  conservation  law  including  clean  vehicle
    32      projects;   notwithstanding  any  law  to  the  contrary,  including
    33      $500,000 for a resiliency planting program;  $50,000  to  Groundwork
    34      Hudson  Valley; and up to $500,000 for: grants to municipalities for
    35      aquisition of community forests (09CS20ER) (25701) .................
    36      10,150,000 ........................................ (re. $9,800,000)

    37  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2019:
    38    For services and expenses  of  projects  and  purposes  authorized  by
    39      section  92-s  of  the state finance law to receive funding from the
    40      climate change mitigation and adaptation account in accordance  with
    41      a  programmatic and financial plan to be approved by the director of
    42      the budget, including suballocation to other state  departments  and
    43      agencies, according to the following:
    44    Notwithstanding  any  law  to  the contrary, to address greenhouse gas
    45      emissions outside of the power sector including but not  limited  to
    46      the  development  of  statewide  greenhouse  gas inventories, demon-
    47      stration projects, community engagement and applied research related
    48      to the  transportation  sector  or  methane  and  other  short-lived
    49      climate  pollutant sources; (a) up to $500,000 for the regenerate NY
    50      grant program; and (b) up to $500,000 for Cornell  for  the  natural

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                        DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1      working lands agricultural inventory (09GG19ER) (25706) ............
     2      1,500,000 ......................................... (re. $1,089,000)
     3    Notwithstanding  any  law  to  the contrary, (a) for the department of
     4      environmental conservation to enter into a contract or contracts for
     5      the development of local climate  resiliency  plans  and  adaptation
     6      projects,  and  (b)  up to $200,000 to the department of agriculture
     7      and markets for services and expenses of the wood products  develop-
     8      ment council, including suballocation to other state departments and
     9      agencies (09SV19ER) (25711) ... 2,000,000 ......... (re. $1,796,000)
    10    Notwithstanding  any  law  to the contrary, smart growth program state
    11      assistance payments, provided on a competitive basis,  to  counties,
    12      cities, towns, or villages to establish, update or implement compre-
    13      hensive  plans  in  a manner consistent with smart growth; provided,
    14      however, that up to 25 percent of such payments may  be  awarded  to
    15      not-for-profit  organizations  for  such purposes (09SG19ER) (24824)
    16      ... 2,000,000 ..................................... (re. $1,751,000)
    17    Notwithstanding any law to the contrary for the New  York  state  soil
    18      and  water conservation committee in conjunction with the department
    19      of agriculture and markets to  develop  a  pilot  climate  resilient
    20      farms  program  consistent  with agriculture and markets law article
    21      11-a, agricultural environmental management program including up  to
    22      $200,000 for the Cornell Soil Health Program for research and educa-
    23      tion  to  improve soil resiliency to climate variations and mitigate
    24      greenhouse gas emissions by carbon sequestration, and up to $400,000
    25      for the Dutchess county soil  and  water  conservation  district  to
    26      implement  a Hudson Valley Carbon Farming Pilot project to study the
    27      carbon and other greenhouse gas sequestration potential  of  on-farm
    28      best  management practices in cooperation with the Columbia, Ulster,
    29      Sullivan, and Orange county soil and water  conservation  districts.
    30      Such  study shall consist of no less than eight commercial farms and
    31      orchards, and shall be no longer than two years  in  duration,  with
    32      soil  testing  for  carbon content and water holding capacity at six
    33      month intervals (09CR19ER) (25718) ... 4,500,000 .. (re. $2,405,000)
    34    Climate smart communities projects pursuant to title 15 of article  54
    35      of  the  environmental  conservation  law  including  clean  vehicle
    36      projects;  notwithstanding  any  law  to  the  contrary,   including
    37      $500,000 for a resiliency planting program (09CS19ER) (25701) ......
    38      10,650,000 ........................................ (re. $9,227,000)
 
    39  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2018:
    40    For  services  and  expenses  of  projects  and purposes authorized by
    41      section 92-s of the state finance law to receive  funding  from  the
    42      climate  change mitigation and adaptation account in accordance with
    43      a programmatic and financial plan to be approved by the director  of
    44      the  budget,  including suballocation to other state departments and
    45      agencies, according to the following:
    46    Notwithstanding any law to the contrary,  to  address  greenhouse  gas
    47      emissions  outside  of the power sector including but not limited to
    48      the development of  statewide  greenhouse  gas  inventories,  demon-
    49      stration projects, community engagement and applied research related
    50      to  the  transportation  sector  or  methane  and  other short-lived

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                        DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1      climate pollutant sources (09GG18ER) (25706) .......................
     2      1,000,000 ........................................... (re. $775,000)
     3    Notwithstanding  any  law to the contrary, for the department of envi-
     4      ronmental conservation to enter into a contract or contracts for the
     5      development  of  local  climate  resiliency  plans  and   adaptation
     6      projects (09SV18ER) (25711) ... 3,000,000 ......... (re. $1,501,000)
     7    Notwithstanding  any  law  to the contrary, smart growth program state
     8      assistance payments, provided on a competitive basis,  to  counties,
     9      cities, towns, or villages to establish, update or implement compre-
    10      hensive  plans  in  a manner consistent with smart growth; provided,
    11      however, that up to 25 percent of such payments may  be  awarded  to
    12      not-for-profit  organizations  for  such purposes (09SG18ER) (24824)
    13      ... 2,000,000 ..................................... (re. $1,224,000)
    14    Notwithstanding any law to the contrary for the New  York  state  soil
    15      and  water conservation committee in conjunction with the department
    16      of agriculture and markets to  develop  a  pilot  climate  resilient
    17      farms  program  consistent  with agriculture and markets law article
    18      11-a, agricultural environmental management program including up  to
    19      $200,000 for the Cornell Soil Health Program for research and educa-
    20      tion  to  improve soil resiliency to climate variations and mitigate
    21      greenhouse gas emissions by carbon sequestration (09CR18ER)  (25718)
    22      ... 2,500,000 ..................................... (re. $1,086,000)
    23    Climate  smart communities projects pursuant to title 15 of article 54
    24      of  the  environmental  conservation  law  including  clean  vehicle
    25      projects;   notwithstanding  any  law  to  the  contrary,  including
    26      $500,000 for a resiliency planting program (09CS18ER) (25701) ......
    27      10,650,000 ........................................ (re. $9,421,000)
 
    28  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2017:
    29    For services and expenses  of  projects  and  purposes  authorized  by
    30      section  92-s  of  the state finance law to receive funding from the
    31      climate change mitigation and adaptation account in accordance  with
    32      a  programmatic and financial plan to be approved by the director of
    33      the budget, including suballocation to other state  departments  and
    34      agencies, according to the following:
    35    Notwithstanding  any  law  to  the contrary, to address greenhouse gas
    36      emissions outside of the power sector including but not  limited  to
    37      the  development  of  statewide  greenhouse  gas inventories, demon-
    38      stration projects, community engagement and applied research related
    39      to the  transportation  sector  or  methane  and  other  short-lived
    40      climate pollutant sources (09GG17ER) (25706) .......................
    41      1,700,000 ......................................... (re. $1,261,000)
    42    Notwithstanding  any  law to the contrary, for the department of envi-
    43      ronmental conservation to fund climate adaptation  projects  and  to
    44      provide  up  to  $750,000 to support municipalities incorporation of
    45      guidance developed under the community risk and resiliency act  into
    46      their local planning and ordinances (09SV17ER) (25711) .............
    47      750,000 ............................................. (re. $378,000)
    48    Notwithstanding  any  law  to the contrary, smart growth program state
    49      assistance payments, provided on a competitive basis,  to  counties,
    50      cities, towns, or villages to establish, update or implement compre-
    51      hensive  plans  in  a manner consistent with smart growth; provided,

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                        DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1      however, that up to 25 percent of such payments may  be  awarded  to
     2      not-for-profit  organizations  for  such purposes (09SG17ER) (24824)
     3      ... 2,000,000 ....................................... (re. $820,000)
     4    Notwithstanding  any  law  to the contrary for the New York state soil
     5      and water conservation committee in conjunction with the  department
     6      of  agriculture  and  markets  to  develop a pilot climate resilient
     7      farms program consistent with agriculture and  markets  law  article
     8      11-a,  agricultural environmental management program including up to
     9      $400,000 for the Cornell Soil Health Program for research and educa-
    10      tion to improve soil resiliency to climate variations  and  mitigate
    11      greenhouse  gas emissions by carbon sequestration; and up to $50,000
    12      in consultation with the department of  taxation  and  finance,  the
    13      department  of agriculture and markets and the empire state develop-
    14      ment corporation, for the study of incentives for carbon  sequester-
    15      ing  farming  practices which may include tax credits and grants and
    16      systems or methods of  quantifying  carbon  sequestration  for  such
    17      incentives (09CR17ER) (25718) ... 2,500,000 ......... (re. $576,000)
    18    Climate  smart communities projects pursuant to title 15 of article 54
    19      of  the  environmental  conservation  law  including  clean  vehicle
    20      projects;   notwithstanding  any  law  to  the  contrary,  including
    21      $500,000 for a resiliency planting program; and  including  $500,000
    22      to  implement easily replicated renewable energy projects, including
    23      solar arrays, heat pumps, and wind  turbines  across  the  state  in
    24      public  low  income housing in suburban, urban, and rural areas with
    25      the goal  of  advancing  employment  opportunities  for  individuals
    26      living in environmental justice communities and individuals who have
    27      been  discharged  from  state correctional facilities or local jails
    28      (09CS17ER) (25701) ... 12,000,000 ................. (re. $8,676,000)
 
    29  By chapter 55, section 1, of the laws of 2016:
    30    For services and expenses  of  projects  and  purposes  authorized  by
    31      section  92-s  of  the state finance law to receive funding from the
    32      climate change mitigation and adaptation account in accordance  with
    33      a  programmatic and financial plan to be approved by the director of
    34      the budget, including suballocation to other state  departments  and
    35      agencies, according to the following:
    36    Notwithstanding  any  law  to  the contrary, to address greenhouse gas
    37      emissions outside of the power sector including but not  limited  to
    38      the  development  of inventories, demonstration projects and applied
    39      research related to the transportation  sector  or  methane  sources
    40      (09GG16ER) (25706) ... 1,000,000 .................... (re. $119,000)
    41    Notwithstanding  any  law  to the contrary, smart growth program state
    42      assistance payments, provided on a competitive basis,  to  counties,
    43      cities, towns, or villages to establish, update or implement compre-
    44      hensive  plans  in  a manner consistent with smart growth; provided,
    45      however, that up to 25 percent of such payments may  be  awarded  to
    46      not-for-profit  organizations  for  such purposes (09SG16ER) (24824)
    47      ... 2,000,000 ....................................... (re. $746,000)
    48    Notwithstanding any law to the contrary for the New  York  state  soil
    49      and  water conservation committee in conjunction with the department
    50      of agriculture and markets to  develop  a  pilot  climate  resilient
    51      farms  program  consistent  with agriculture and markets law article

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                        DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1      11-a,  agricultural  environmental  management  program   (09CR16ER)
     2      (25718) ... 2,500,000 ............................... (re. $462,000)
     3    Climate  smart communities projects pursuant to title 15 of article 54
     4      of the environmental conservation law (09CS16ER) (25701) ...........
     5      14,000,000 ........................................ (re. $3,045,000)
 
     6  By chapter 55, section 1, of the laws of 2016, as amended by chapter 54,
     7      section 1, of the laws of 2017:
     8    Notwithstanding any law to the contrary, to conduct state vulnerabili-
     9      ty assessments (09SV16ER) (25711) ... 2,500,000 ... (re. $1,538,000)
 
    10    Capital Projects Funds - Other
    11    Environmental Protection Fund
    12    Open Space Account - 30454
    13    Environment and Recreation Purpose
 
    14  The appropriation made by chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2023, is
    15      hereby amended and reappropriated to read:
    16    For services and expenses  of  projects  and  purposes  authorized  by
    17      section  92-s  of  the state finance law to receive funding from the
    18      open space account in accordance with a programmatic  and  financial
    19      plan  to be approved by the director of the budget, including subal-
    20      location to other state departments and agencies, according  to  the
    21      following:
    22    Costs related to the acquisition of the following properties: Atlantic
    23      Coast,  Long  Island Sound, Long Island South Shore Estuary Reserve,
    24      Peconic Pinelands Maritime Reserve Projects, Central  Pine  Barrens,
    25      Shoreham   Parcel,   Western   Suffolk/Nassau   Special  Groundwater
    26      Protection Areas, Mott Haven-Port  Morris  Waterfront,  Bronx  River
    27      Greenway,  Inner City/Underserved Community Parks, Long Pond, Staten
    28      Island Greenbelt, Staten Island Bluebelt, Staten Island  Wet  Woods,
    29      Great  Swamp,  Plutarch/Black Creek Wetlands Complex, New York High-
    30      lands, Shawangunk Mountains Region, Delaware River Highlands, Hudson
    31      River Corridor/Hudson River Estuary and Greenway Trail/Hudson  River
    32      School  Art  Trail,  Hudson  Valley/New York City Foodshed, Catskill
    33      Unfragmented Forest, Catskill River and  Road  Corridors,  New  York
    34      City Watershed Lands, Taconic Ridge/Harlem Valley, Albany Pine Bush,
    35      Five  Rivers  Environmental Education Center, Lake George watershed,
    36      Lake Champlain watershed, Boeselager forestry,  Rensselaer  Plateau,
    37      Oomsdale  Farm and Surrounding Landscape, Turtle Conservation Sites,
    38      Region 4 Rail Trail Projects,  Susquehanna  River  Valley  Corridor,
    39      Saratoga  County,  Hudson River Projects, Follensby Park, Washington
    40      County, Rome Sand Plains,  Black  Creek  Watershed,  Tug  Hill  Core
    41      Forests  and  Headwater  Streams,  Nelson  Swamp, State Park Battle-
    42      fields, Genny Green Trail/Link  Trail,  Onondaga  Escarpment,  State
    43      Parks  Greenbelt/Tompkins County, Cattaraugus Creek and tributaries,
    44      Northern Montezuma Wetlands, Genesee  River  Corridor,  Seneca  Army
    45      Depot  Conservation  Area, Lake Erie Tributary Gorges, Buffalo River
    46      Watershed, Catharine  Valley  Complex,  High-Tor/Bristol  Hills/Bare
    47      Hill  State  Unique  Area,  Lake  Ontario  and Lake Erie Shorelines,
    48      Islands and Niagara River, Long Island Trails and  Greenways,  Bronx
    49      Harlem   Greenway,   Harbor  Herons  Wildlife  Complex,  Schunnemunk

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                        DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1      Mountain/Moodna Creek/Woodcock Mountain/Hudson Highlands Connectivi-
     2      ty Project, Helderbergs, and Finger Lakes  Shorelines  and  Riparian
     3      Zones, Hand Hollow Conservation Area, Northern Flow River Corridors,
     4      Black  River  Valley  Corridor, Fort Drum Army Compatible Use Buffer
     5      Project, Herkimer Home Viewshed, Inman Gulf, Massawepie Mire,  Moose
     6      River  Corridor, St. Lawrence River Islands, Shoreline and Wetlands,
     7      Southern Skaneateles Lake Forest and Shoreline, Salmon River  Corri-
     8      dor,  Emerald  Necklace,  Riparian  Buffers,  Coastline  and Wetland
     9      Protection Projects Aimed at Reducing the Impacts of  Storms,  Storm
    10      Surges  and Flooding on Human and Natural Communities, Long Distance
    11      Trail Corridors, Statewide Small Projects, State Forest, Unique Area
    12      Wildlife Management Area Protection,  Working  Forest  Lands,  State
    13      Park and State Historic Site Protection, (a) notwithstanding any law
    14      to the contrary, $3,200,000 from the land acquisition allocation for
    15      urban forestry projects provided that no less than $500,000 shall be
    16      made  available  for  such  programs  in cities and towns with popu-
    17      lations of 65,000 or more, and including up to $200,000 for  munici-
    18      pal  grants  for  re-treeing  public  lands impacted by the invasive
    19      species; (b) notwithstanding any law  to  the  contrary,  $3,000,000
    20      from  the land acquisition allocation to the land trust alliance for
    21      the purpose of awarding grants on a competitive basis to local  land
    22      trusts,  provided  that up to ten percent of such amount may be made
    23      available for administrative costs and/or technical assistance;  (c)
    24      notwithstanding  any  law  to the contrary, not less than $4,000,000
    25      for land acquisition in  department  of  environmental  conservation
    26      regions  1,  2  and 3; (d) $1,500,000 to the land trust alliance for
    27      the purpose of awarding grants on a competitive basis to local  land
    28      trusts  to  purchase conservation easements, provided that up to ten
    29      percent of such amount may  be  made  available  for  administrative
    30      costs  and/or  technical assistance; and (e) Notwithstanding any law
    31      to the contrary, up to $300,000 to the Village of  Lake  Placid  for
    32      the purchase of land associated with the Adirondack rail trail park-
    33      ing  area[; and (f) for the office of parks, recreation and historic
    34      preservation to provide up to $1,000,000 to Saratoga  PLAN  for  the
    35      acquisition of Snake Hill in Saratoga County] (09LA23ER) (24703) ...
    36      38,900,000 ....................................... (re. $38,900,000)
    37    Albany Pine Bush Preserve Commission (09AP23ER) (24828) ..............
    38      3,000,000 ......................................... (re. $3,000,000)
    39    Long Island Central Pine Barrens Planning (09LP23ER) (24829) .........
    40      2,500,000 ......................................... (re. $2,500,000)
    41    Long  Island  South  Shore  Estuary  Reserve  (09SE23ER)  (24831)  ...
    42      2,000,000 ......................................... (re. $2,000,000)
    43    Agricultural non-point source abatement and control projects, notwith-
    44      standing any law to the contrary, including projects to combat harm-
    45      ful algal  blooms;  (a)  $2,000,000  shall  be  made  available  for
    46      services  and  expenses  of  the  Cornell University Integrated Pest
    47      Management program; (b) $500,000 shall  be  made  available  to  the
    48      Cornell Cooperative Extension of Suffolk County for nutrient manage-
    49      ment  planning and implementation activities; and (c) $250,000 shall
    50      be made available to Cornell for the pesticide management  education
    51      program to support training and certification (09AN23ER) (24832) ...
    52      19,500,000 ....................................... (re. $19,500,000)

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                        DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1    Non-agricultural  non-point  source  abatement  and  control  projects
     2      notwithstanding any law to the contrary, $1,000,000 of  such  amount
     3      shall  be  made  available  for  Cornell  community  integrated pest
     4      management (09NP23ER) (24833) ... 6,200,000 ....... (re. $6,200,000)
     5    Agriculture  and  farmland  protection activities, notwithstanding any
     6      law to the contrary, up to $1,000,000 shall be made available to the
     7      tug hill tomorrow land trust for army compatible use buffer  program
     8      projects around Fort Drum, and up to $97,000 shall be made available
     9      to  Cornell University for services and expenses of land classifica-
    10      tion,  agriculture  district  mapping  and  master  list  of   soils
    11      (09FP23ER) (24825) ... 21,000,000 ................ (re. $21,000,000)
    12    Biodiversity  stewardship  and  research; including funding for public
    13      New York universities to  conduct  field  studies  and  research  on
    14      biodiversity  issues  and  up  to $500,000 of this amount to support
    15      pollinator diversity, up to $300,000 of which may  be  allocated  to
    16      Cornell  University,  including  research  related  to the potential
    17      adverse impacts of pesticides such as neonicitinoids, pursuant to  a
    18      contract  with  the department of agriculture and markets, including
    19      the development of bee husbandry best management practices  such  as
    20      pest  and  pathogen controls; creating diversity of pollinator habi-
    21      tats; research to understand, prevent and  recover  from  pollinator
    22      losses;  and  outreach and education; and including $100,000 for the
    23      Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies to support the Catskill environ-
    24      mental  research  and  monitoring  program  (09BD23ER)  (24827)  ...
    25      1,850,000 ......................................... (re. $1,850,000)
    26    Notwithstanding  any law to the contrary, for the Hudson River Estuary
    27      Management Plan prepared pursuant to section 11-0306 of the environ-
    28      mental conservation law, including projects to combat harmful  algal
    29      blooms  some  or  all  of  which may be allocated to the New England
    30      Interstate Water  Pollution  Control  Commission  or  Cornell  water
    31      resources  institute  or  department  of  natural  resources for the
    32      purposes of implementing the Hudson  River  Estuary  Action  agenda,
    33      $1,000,000  of  which  shall  be  for  the  Mohawk river action plan
    34      (09HE23ER) (24836) ... 7,500,000 .................. (re. $7,500,000)
    35    Notwithstanding any law to the contrary,  for  the  Finger  Lakes-Lake
    36      Ontario Watershed Protection Alliance (09FL23ER) (24835) ...........
    37      2,750,000 ......................................... (re. $2,750,000)
    38    Notwithstanding  any  law to the contrary, to the Erie County Soil and
    39      Water Conservation District for the Lake Erie  Watershed  Protection
    40      Alliance (09LE23ER) (25764) ... 250,000 ............. (re. $250,000)
    41    Notwithstanding  any law to the contrary, for the state share of costs
    42      of wastewater treatment improvement projects undertaken  by  munici-
    43      palities  to  upgrade municipal systems to meet stormwater, combined
    44      sewer overflow, sanitary sewer  overflow  and  wastewater  treatment
    45      discharge  requirements  with  priority given to systems that are in
    46      violation of title 8 of article 17 of the environmental conservation
    47      law and aquatic habitat restoration projects undertaken  by  munici-
    48      palities  and not-for-profit corporations for aquatic habitat resto-
    49      ration projects as defined in subdivision 1 of  section  56-0101  of
    50      the  environmental conservation law and including projects to combat
    51      harmful algal blooms; including up to $3,000,000 to  Suffolk  county
    52      to  provide  a 50 percent match for a program developed in consulta-

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                        DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25

     1      tion  with  the  department  for  research,  development  and  pilot
     2      projects  to  develop cost effective methods to address nitrogen and
     3      pathogen loading from septic system or cesspool  effluent  or  other
     4      sources  or  to  support  such  efforts without a match at the state
     5      university of Stony Brook directly or through its  research  founda-
     6      tion  and  $1,500,000  for  Suffolk  county  for  sewer  improvement
     7      projects; and including $5,000,000 for Nassau  county  for  the  Bay
     8      park  wastewater treatment plant outfall pipe, associated conveyance
     9      systems, nitrogen abatement treatment works,  ocean  outfall  and/or
    10      connections,  and/or  for  costs  incurred  by Nassau County for the
    11      project to connect  the  Long  Beach  waste  water  treatment  plant
    12      collection  system  to  the  Bay Park wastewater treatment plant and
    13      including $250,000 from such amount  to  the  Long  Island  regional
    14      planning  council  for  services  and  expenses  related to the Long
    15      Island Nitrogen Action Plan;  and  including  $5,000,000  to  update
    16      source   water   assessment   plans  and  develop  associated  water
    17      protection programs some or all of which may  be  allocated  to  the
    18      United  States Geological Survey or the New England Interstate Water
    19      Pollution Control Commission; $150,000 for the Chautauqua Lake Asso-
    20      ciation; $95,000 for the Chautauqua Lake Partnership; $1,000,000  to
    21      the  State University of New York at Stony Brook directly or through
    22      its research foundation, to support  research  development  and  any
    23      associated  testing  or  pilot  projects towards improved septic and
    24      wastewater treatment systems to remove phosphorus;  $25,000  to  the
    25      Ossi  Sport Club, Inc. for the restoration of Lake Ossi; $500,000 to
    26      Save the Great South Bay, Inc. for  the  restoration  of  the  Great
    27      South Bay; and $100,000 to the Town of Southeast for the restoration
    28      of Peach Lake Brook (09WQ23ER) (24837) .............................
    29      22,000,000 ....................................... (re. $22,000,000)
    30    Notwithstanding  any  law to the contrary for New York ocean and Great
    31      Lakes ecosystem conservation projects, consistent  with  the  policy
    32      articulated  in  article  14  of  the environmental conservation law
    33      including  projects  to  combat  harmful  algal  blooms;   including
    34      $550,000  for  the  Peconic Estuary Partnership; and $500,000 to the
    35      Billion Oyster Project, Inc. for the construction of the Head of Bay
    36      Oyster Reef (09GL23ER) (24830) ... 22,500,000 .... (re. $22,496,000)
    37    Notwithstanding any law to the contrary, for the implementation of the
    38      recommendations of the invasive species task force prepared pursuant
    39      to chapter 324 of the laws of 2003 and for the purposes set forth in
    40      chapter 674 of the laws of 2007, including not  less  than  $120,000
    41      for Cornell University for the plant certification program, provided
    42      that not less than $5,750,000 be made available for invasive species
    43      eradication,  including  but  not  limited  to southern pine beetle,
    44      including up to $500,000 to Cornell University for  the  control  of
    45      hemlock  wooly  adelgid, and including grants related to the control
    46      and management of invasive species,  and  $500,000  to  address  the
    47      southern  pine  beetle  including up to $250,000 to the Central Pine
    48      Barrens Joint Planning and Policy Commission for the  implementation
    49      and  administration  of  a prescribed fire program. Such funding for
    50      grants shall be provided on a competitive basis in consultation with
    51      the New York Invasive Species Council (09IS23ER) (24704) ...........
    52      18,550,000 ....................................... (re. $18,550,000)

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                        DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1    Notwithstanding any law to the contrary, for Soil and Water  Conserva-
     2      tion District activities as authorized for reimbursement and funding
     3      in  section  11-a  of  the soil and water conservation districts law
     4      including projects to combat harmful algal blooms (09SW23ER) (24834)
     5      ... 16,000,000 ................................... (re. $16,000,000)
     6    Notwithstanding  any  law  to  the  contrary,  for  Agricultural Waste
     7      Management projects, including up to $700,000 to Cornell University,
     8      in consultation with the department, to  continue  implementing  the
     9      dairy acceleration program (09AW23ER) (24826) ......................
    10      1,500,000 ......................................... (re. $1,500,000)
    11    Lake George Park Commission (09LG23ER) ... 900,000 .... (re. $900,000)
 
    12  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2022:
    13    For  services  and  expenses  of  projects  and purposes authorized by
    14      section 92-s of the state finance law to receive  funding  from  the
    15      open  space  account in accordance with a programmatic and financial
    16      plan to be approved by the director of the budget, including  subal-
    17      location  to  other state departments and agencies, according to the
    18      following:
    19    Costs related to the acquisition of the following properties: Atlantic
    20      Coast, Long Island Sound, Long Island South Shore  Estuary  Reserve,
    21      Peconic  Pinelands  Maritime Reserve Projects, Central Pine Barrens,
    22      Shoreham  Parcel,   Western   Suffolk/Nassau   Special   Groundwater
    23      Protection  Areas,  Mott  Haven-Port  Morris Waterfront, Bronx River
    24      Greenway, Inner City/Underserved Community Parks, Long Pond,  Staten
    25      Island  Greenbelt,  Staten Island Bluebelt, Staten Island Wet Woods,
    26      Great Swamp, Plutarch/Black Creek Wetlands Complex, New  York  High-
    27      lands, Shawangunk Mountains Region, Delaware River Highlands, Hudson
    28      River  Corridor/Hudson River Estuary and Greenway Trail/Hudson River
    29      School Art Trail, Hudson Valley/New  York  City  Foodshed,  Catskill
    30      Unfragmented  Forest,  Catskill  River  and Road Corridors, New York
    31      City Watershed Lands, Taconic Ridge/Harlem Valley, Albany Pine Bush,
    32      Five Rivers Environmental Education Center, Lake  George  watershed,
    33      Lake  Champlain  watershed, Boeselager forestry, Rensselaer Plateau,
    34      Oomsdale Farm and Surrounding Landscape, Turtle Conservation  Sites,
    35      Region  4  Rail  Trail  Projects, Susquehanna River Valley Corridor,
    36      Saratoga County, Hudson River Projects, Follensby  Park,  Washington
    37      County,  Rome  Sand  Plains,  Black  Creek  Watershed, Tug Hill Core
    38      Forests and Headwater Streams,  Nelson  Swamp,  State  Park  Battle-
    39      fields,  Genny  Green  Trail/Link  Trail, Onondaga Escarpment, State
    40      Parks Greenbelt/Tompkins County, Cattaraugus Creek and  tributaries,
    41      Northern  Montezuma  Wetlands,  Genesee  River Corridor, Seneca Army
    42      Depot Conservation Area, Lake Erie Tributary Gorges,  Buffalo  River
    43      Watershed, Catharine Valley Complex, HighTor/Bristol Hills/Bare Hill
    44      State  Unique  Area,  Lake Ontario and Lake Erie Shorelines, Islands
    45      and Niagara River, Long Island Trails and  Greenways,  Bronx  Harlem
    46      Greenway,    Harbor    Herons    Wildlife    Complex,    Schunnemunk
    47      Mountain/Moodna Creek/Woodcock Mountain/Hudson Highlands Connectivi-
    48      ty Project, Helderbergs, and Finger Lakes  Shorelines  and  Riparian
    49      Zones, Hand Hollow Conservation Area, Northern Flow River Corridors,
    50      Black  River  Valley  Corridor, Fort Drum Army Compatible Use Buffer
    51      Project, Herkimer Home Viewshed, Inman Gulf, Massawepie Mire,  Moose

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                        DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25

     1      River  Corridor, St. Lawrence River Islands, Shoreline and Wetlands,
     2      Southern Skaneateles Lake Forest and Shoreline, Salmon River  Corri-
     3      dor,  Emerald  Necklace,  Riparian  Buffers,  Coastline  and Wetland
     4      Protection  Projects  Aimed at Reducing the Impacts of Storms, Storm
     5      Surges and Flooding on Human and Natural Communities, Long  Distance
     6      Trail Corridors, Statewide Small Projects, State Forest, Unique Area
     7      Wildlife  Management  Area  Protection,  Working Forest Lands, State
     8      Park and State Historic Site Protection, (a) notwithstanding any law
     9      to the contrary, $3,200,000 from the land acquisition allocation for
    10      urban forestry projects provided that no less than $500,000 shall be
    11      made available for such programs in  cities  and  towns  with  popu-
    12      lations  of 65,000 or more, and including up to $200,000 for munici-
    13      pal grants for retreeing public lands impacted by invasive  species;
    14      (b)  notwithstanding  any  law  to the contrary, $3,000,000 from the
    15      land acquisition allocation to  the  land  trust  alliance  for  the
    16      purpose  of  awarding  grants  on  a competitive basis to local land
    17      trusts, provided that up to ten percent of such amount may  be  made
    18      available  for administrative costs and/or technical assistance; (c)
    19      notwithstanding any law to the contrary, not  less  than  $4,000,000
    20      for  land  acquisition  in  department of environmental conservation
    21      regions 1, 2 and 3; (d) $1,500,000 to the land  trust  alliance  for
    22      the  purpose of awarding grants on a competitive basis to local land
    23      trusts to purchase conservation easements, provided that up  to  ten
    24      percent  of  such  amount  may  be made available for administrative
    25      costs and/or technical assistance (09LA22ER) (24703) ...............
    26      40,000,000 ....................................... (re. $39,425,000)
    27    Albany Pine Bush Preserve Commission (09AP22ER) (24828) ..............
    28      3,000,000 ......................................... (re. $1,029,000)
    29    Long Island Central Pine Barrens Planning (09LP22ER) (24829) .........
    30      2,500,000 ........................................... (re. $944,000)
    31    Notwithstanding any law to the contrary, for services and expenses  of
    32      the  following  commissions:  $259,000  for  Susquehanna river basin
    33      commission;  $359,500  for  the  Delaware  river  basin  commission;
    34      $14,100  for the Ohio river basin commission; $41,600 for the Inter-
    35      state environmental commission; and  $38,000  for  the  New  England
    36      Interstate commission; and $373,000 for the college of environmental
    37      science  and  forestry center for native peoples and the environment
    38      (09EC22ER) (25705) ... 1,085,200 .................... (re. $374,000)
    39    Long Island South Shore Estuary Reserve (09SE22ER) (24831) ...........
    40      1,000,000 ........................................... (re. $980,000)
    41    Agricultural non-point source abatement and control projects, notwith-
    42      standing any law to the contrary, including projects to combat harm-
    43      ful algal  blooms;  (a)  $2,000,000  shall  be  made  available  for
    44      services  and  expenses  of  the  Cornell University Integrated Pest
    45      Management program; (b) $500,000 shall  be  made  available  to  the
    46      Cornell Cooperative Extension of Suffolk County for nutrient manage-
    47      ment  planning and implementation activities; and (c) $250,000 shall
    48      be made available to Cornell for the pesticide management  education
    49      program to support training and certification (09AN22ER) (24832) ...
    50      20,000,000 ....................................... (re. $20,000,000)
    51    Non-agricultural  non-point  source  abatement  and  control  projects
    52      notwithstanding any law to the contrary, $1,000,000 of  such  amount

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                        DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1      shall  be  made  available  for  Cornell  community  integrated pest
     2      management (09NP22ER) (24833) ... 6,200,000 ....... (re. $5,594,000)
     3    Agriculture  and  farmland  protection activities, notwithstanding any
     4      law to the contrary, up to $1,000,000 shall be made available to the
     5      tug hill tomorrow land trust for army compatible use buffer  program
     6      projects around Fort Drum, and up to $96,000 shall be made available
     7      to  Cornell University for services and expenses of land classifica-
     8      tion,  agriculture  district  mapping  and  master  list  of   soils
     9      (09FP22ER) (24825) ... 21,000,000 ................ (re. $19,623,000)
    10    Biodiversity  stewardship  and  research; including funding for public
    11      New York universities to  conduct  field  studies  and  research  on
    12      biodiversity  issues  and  up  to $500,000 of this amount to support
    13      pollinator diversity, up to $300,000 of which may  be  allocated  to
    14      Cornell  University,  including  research  related  to the potential
    15      adverse impacts of pesticides such as neonicitinoids, pursuant to  a
    16      contract  with  the department of agriculture and markets, including
    17      the development of bee husbandry best management practices  such  as
    18      pest  and  pathogen controls; creating diversity of pollinator habi-
    19      tats; research to understand, prevent and  recover  from  pollinator
    20      losses;  and  outreach and education; and including $100,000 for the
    21      Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies to support the Catskill environ-
    22      mental  research  and  monitoring  program  (09BD22ER)  (24827)  ...
    23      1,750,000 ......................................... (re. $1,666,000)
    24    Notwithstanding  any law to the contrary, for the Hudson River Estuary
    25      Management Plan prepared pursuant to section 11-0306 of the environ-
    26      mental conservation law, including projects to combat harmful  algal
    27      blooms  some  or  all  of  which may be allocated to the New England
    28      Interstate Water  Pollution  Control  Commission  or  Cornell  water
    29      resources  institute  or  department  of  natural  resources for the
    30      purposes of implementing the Hudson  River  Estuary  Action  agenda,
    31      $1,000,000  of  which  shall  be  for  the  Mohawk river action plan
    32      (09HE22ER) (24836) ... 7,500,000 .................. (re. $6,430,000)
    33    Notwithstanding any law to the contrary,  for  the  Finger  Lakes-Lake
    34      Ontario Watershed Protection Alliance (09FL22ER) (24835) ...........
    35      2,500,000 ......................................... (re. $2,500,000)
    36    Notwithstanding  any law to the contrary, for the Friends of the Upper
    37      Delware River to implement  the  Delaware  River  Basin  Restoration
    38      Program,   including   up   to  $100,000  for  operational  expenses
    39      (09UD22ER) (62028) ... 300,000 ...................... (re. $300,000)
    40    Notwithstanding any law to the contrary, to the Erie County  Soil  and
    41      Water  Conservation  District for the Lake Erie Watershed Protection
    42      Alliance (09LE22ER) (25764) ... 250,000 ............. (re. $250,000)
    43    Notwithstanding any law to the contrary, for the state share of  costs
    44      of  wastewater  treatment improvement projects undertaken by munici-
    45      palities to upgrade municipal systems to meet  stormwater,  combined
    46      sewer  overflow,  sanitary  sewer  overflow and wastewater treatment
    47      discharge requirements with priority given to systems  that  are  in
    48      violation of title 8 of article 17 of the environmental conservation
    49      law  and  aquatic habitat restoration projects undertaken by munici-
    50      palities and not-for-profit corporations for aquatic habitat  resto-
    51      ration  projects  as  defined in subdivision 1 of section 56-0101 of
    52      the environmental conservation law and including projects to  combat

                                           207                        12654-10-4
 
                        DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1      harmful  algal  blooms; including up to $3,000,000 to Suffolk county
     2      to provide a 50 percent match for a program developed  in  consulta-
     3      tion  with  the  department  for  research,  development  and  pilot
     4      projects  to  develop cost effective methods to address nitrogen and
     5      pathogen loading from septic system or cesspool  effluent  or  other
     6      sources  or  to  support  such  efforts without a match at the state
     7      university of Stony Brook directly or through its  research  founda-
     8      tion  and  $1,500,000  for  Suffolk  county  for  sewer  improvement
     9      projects; and including $5,000,000 for Nassau  county  for  the  Bay
    10      park  wastewater treatment plant outfall pipe, associated conveyance
    11      systems, nitrogen abatement treatment works,  ocean  outfall  and/or
    12      connections,  and/or  for  costs  incurred  by Nassau County for the
    13      project to connect  the  Long  Beach  waste  water  treatment  plant
    14      collection  system  to  the  Bay Park wastewater treatment plant and
    15      including $250,000 from such amount  to  the  Long  Island  regional
    16      planning  council  for  services  and  expenses  related to the Long
    17      Island Nitrogen Action Plan;  and  including  $5,000,000  to  update
    18      source   water   assessment   plans  and  develop  associated  water
    19      protection programs some or all of which may  be  allocated  to  the
    20      United  States Geological Survey or the New England Interstate Water
    21      Pollution Control Commission; $150,000 for the Chautauqua Lake Asso-
    22      ciation; $95,000 for the Chautauqua Lake Partnership; and $1,000,000
    23      to the State University of New  York  at  Stony  Brook  directly  or
    24      through its research foundation, to support research development and
    25      any associated testing or pilot projects towards improved septic and
    26      wastewater  treatment  systems to remove phosphorus; and $500,000 to
    27      the City of Long Beach for a salt storage  dome  (09WQ22ER)  (24837)
    28      ... 22,000,000 ... ............................... (re. $21,850,000)
    29    Notwithstanding  any  law to the contrary for New York ocean and Great
    30      Lakes ecosystem conservation projects, consistent  with  the  policy
    31      articulated  in  article  14  of  the environmental conservation law
    32      including  projects  to  combat  harmful  algal  blooms;   including
    33      $450,000  for the Peconic Estuary Partnership, including $60,000 for
    34      the Great Lakes commission (09GL22ER) (24830) ......................
    35      22,500,000 ....................................... (re. $21,118,000)
    36    Notwithstanding any law to the contrary, for the implementation of the
    37      recommendations of the invasive species task force prepared pursuant
    38      to chapter 324 of the laws of 2003 and for the purposes set forth in
    39      chapter 674 of the laws of 2007 including not less than $900,000 for
    40      Lake George, including not less than $120,000 for Cornell University
    41      for the plant certification program, provided  that  not  less  than
    42      $5,750,000  be  made  available  for  invasive  species eradication,
    43      including but not limited to southern pine beetle, including  up  to
    44      $500,000  to  Cornell  University  for  the control of hemlock wooly
    45      adelgid, and including grants related to the control and  management
    46      of  invasive  species,  and  $500,000  to  address the southern pine
    47      beetle including up to $250,000 to the Central  Pine  Barrens  Joint
    48      Planning  and  Policy Commission for the implementation and adminis-
    49      tration of a prescribed fire program; and $100,000 to Onondaga Coun-
    50      ty for the mitigation and eradication of the  water  chestnut.  Such
    51      funding  for  grants  shall  be  provided  on a competitive basis in

                                           208                        12654-10-4
 
                        DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1      consultation with the New York Invasive Species  Council  (09IS22ER)
     2      (24704) ... 17,000,000 ........................... (re. $15,744,000)
     3    Notwithstanding  any  law  to  the  contrary,  for  Agricultural Waste
     4      Management projects, including up to $700,000 to Cornell University,
     5      in consultation with the department, to  continue  implementing  the
     6      dairy acceleration program (09AW22ER) (24826) ......................
     7      1,500,000 ......................................... (re. $1,500,000)
 
     8  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2021, as amended by chapter 54,
     9      section 1, of the laws of 2022:
    10    For  services  and  expenses  of  projects  and purposes authorized by
    11      section 92-s of the state finance law to receive  funding  from  the
    12      open  space  account in accordance with a programmatic and financial
    13      plan to be approved by the director of the budget, including  subal-
    14      location  to  other state departments and agencies, according to the
    15      following:
    16    Costs related to the acquisition of the following properties: Atlantic
    17      Coast, Long Island Sound, Long Island South Shore  Estuary  Reserve,
    18      Peconic  Pinelands  Maritime Reserve Projects, Central Pine Barrens,
    19      Shoreham  Parcel,   Western   Suffolk/Nassau   Special   Groundwater
    20      Protection  Areas,  Mott  Haven-Port  Morris Waterfront, Bronx River
    21      Greenway, Inner City/Underserved Community Parks, Long Pond,  Staten
    22      Island  Greenbelt,  Staten Island Bluebelt, Staten Island Wet Woods,
    23      Great Swamp, Plutarch/Black Creek Wetlands Complex, New  York  High-
    24      lands, Shawangunk Mountains Region, Delaware River Highlands, Hudson
    25      River  Corridor/Hudson River Estuary and Greenway Trail/Hudson River
    26      School Art Trail, Hudson Valley/New  York  City  Foodshed,  Catskill
    27      Unfragmented  Forest,  Catskill  River  and Road Corridors, New York
    28      City Watershed Lands, Taconic Ridge/Harlem Valley, Albany Pine Bush,
    29      Five Rivers Environmental Education Center, Lake  George  watershed,
    30      Lake  Champlain  watershed, Boeselager forestry, Rensselaer Plateau,
    31      Oomsdale Farm and Surrounding Landscape, Turtle Conservation  Sites,
    32      Region  4  Rail  Trail  Projects, Susquehanna River Valley Corridor,
    33      Saratoga County, Hudson River Projects, Follensby  Park,  Washington
    34      County,  Rome  Sand  Plains,  Black  Creek  Watershed, Tug Hill Core
    35      Forests and Headwater Streams,  Nelson  Swamp,  State  Park  Battle-
    36      fields,  Genny  Green  Trail/Link  Trail, Onondaga Escarpment, State
    37      Parks Greenbelt/Tompkins County, Cattaraugus Creek and  tributaries,
    38      Northern  Montezuma  Wetlands,  Genesee  River Corridor, Seneca Army
    39      Depot Conservation Area, Lake Erie Tributary Gorges,  Buffalo  River
    40      Watershed,  Catharine  Valley  Complex,  High-Tor/Bristol Hills/Bare
    41      Hill State Unique Area,  Lake  Ontario  and  Lake  Erie  Shorelines,
    42      Islands  and  Niagara River, Long Island Trails and Greenways, Bronx
    43      Harlem  Greenway,  Harbor  Herons  Wildlife   Complex,   Schunnemunk
    44      Mountain/Moodna Creek/Woodcock Mountain/Hudson Highlands Connectivi-
    45      ty  Project,  Helderbergs,  and Finger Lakes Shorelines and Riparian
    46      Zones, Hand Hollow Conservation Area, Northern Flow River Corridors,
    47      Black River Valley Corridor, Fort Drum Army  Compatible  Use  Buffer
    48      Project,  Herkimer Home Viewshed, Inman Gulf, Massawepie Mire, Moose
    49      River Corridor, St. Lawrence River Islands, Shoreline and  Wetlands,
    50      Southern  Skaneateles Lake Forest and Shoreline, Salmon River Corri-
    51      dor, Emerald  Necklace,  Riparian  Buffers,  Coastline  and  Wetland

                                           209                        12654-10-4
 
                        DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1      Protection  Projects  Aimed at Reducing the Impacts of Storms, Storm
     2      Surges and Flooding on Human and Natural Communities, Long  Distance
     3      Trail Corridors, Statewide Small Projects, State Forest, Unique Area
     4      Wildlife  Management  Area  Protection,  Working Forest Lands, State
     5      Park and State Historic Site Protection, (a) notwithstanding any law
     6      to the contrary, $1,000,000 from the land acquisition allocation for
     7      urban forestry projects provided that no less than $500,000 shall be
     8      made available for such programs in  cities  and  towns  with  popu-
     9      lations  of  65,000  or  more;  (b)  notwithstanding  any law to the
    10      contrary, $2,500,000 from the land  acquisition  allocation  to  the
    11      land  trust alliance for the purpose of awarding grants on a compet-
    12      itive basis to local land trusts, provided that up to ten percent of
    13      such amount may be made available for  administrative  costs  and/or
    14      technical  assistance;  (c) notwithstanding any law to the contrary,
    15      not less than $1,500,000 for land acquisition in department of envi-
    16      ronmental conservation regions 1, 2 and 3;  (d)  $1,500,000  to  the
    17      land  trust alliance for the purpose of awarding grants on a compet-
    18      itive basis to local land trusts to purchase conservation easements,
    19      provided that up to ten percent of such amount may be made available
    20      for administrative costs and/or technical assistance;  (e)  $100,000
    21      for  land  acquisition  in  department of environmental conservation
    22      region 9 pursuant to chapter 55 of the laws of 2021 related to ease-
    23      ments on state forest land (09LA21ER) (24703) ......................
    24      30,000,000 ....................................... (re. $26,457,000)
    25    Notwithstanding any law to the contrary, for services and expenses  of
    26      the  following  commissions:  $259,000  for  Susquehanna river basin
    27      commission;  $359,500  for  the  Delaware  river  basin  commission;
    28      $14,100  for the Ohio river basin commission; $41,600 for the Inter-
    29      state environmental commission; and  $38,000  for  the  New  England
    30      Interstate commission; and $373,000 for the college of environmental
    31      science  and  forestry center for native peoples and the environment
    32      (09EC21ER) (25705) ... 1,085,200 .................... (re. $373,000)
    33    Long Island South Shore Estuary Reserve (09SE21ER) (24831) ...........
    34      900,000 ............................................. (re. $900,000)
    35    Agricultural non-point source abatement and control projects, notwith-
    36      standing any law to the contrary, including projects to combat harm-
    37      ful algal  blooms;  (a)  $1,000,000  shall  be  made  available  for
    38      services  and  expenses  of  the  Cornell University Integrated Pest
    39      Management program; (b) $500,000 shall  be  made  available  to  the
    40      Cornell Cooperative Extension of Suffolk County for nutrient manage-
    41      ment  planning and implementation activities; and (c) $250,000 shall
    42      be made available to Cornell for the pesticide management  education
    43      program to support training and certification (09AN21ER) (24832) ...
    44      18,000,000 ....................................... (re. $15,983,000)
    45    Non-agricultural  non-point  source  abatement  and  control  projects
    46      notwithstanding any law to the contrary,  $550,000  of  such  amount
    47      shall  be  made  available  for  Cornell  community  integrated pest
    48      management (09NP21ER) (24833) ... 5,750,000 ....... (re. $4,935,000)
    49    Agriculture and farmland protection  activities,  notwithstanding  any
    50      law to the contrary, up to $1,000,000 shall be made available to the
    51      tug  hill tomorrow land trust for army compatible use buffer program
    52      projects around Fort Drum, and up to $95,000 shall be made available

                                           210                        12654-10-4
 
                        DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1      to Cornell University for services and expenses of land  classifica-
     2      tion,   agriculture  district  mapping  and  master  list  of  soils
     3      (09FP21ER) (24825) ... 18,000,000 ................ (re. $17,743,000)
     4    Biodiversity  stewardship  and  research; including funding for public
     5      New York universities to  conduct  field  studies  and  research  on
     6      biodiversity  issues  and  up  to $500,000 of this amount to support
     7      pollinator diversity, up to $300,000 of which may  be  allocated  to
     8      Cornell  University,  including  research  related  to the potential
     9      adverse impacts of pesticides such as neonicitinoids, pursuant to  a
    10      contract  with  the department of agriculture and markets, including
    11      the development of bee husbandry best management practices  such  as
    12      pest  and  pathogen controls; creating diversity of pollinator habi-
    13      tats; research to understand, prevent and  recover  from  pollinator
    14      losses;  and  outreach and education; and including $100,000 for the
    15      Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies to support the Catskill environ-
    16      mental research and monitoring program (09BD21ER) (24827) ..........
    17      1,350,000 ........................................... (re. $809,000)
    18    Notwithstanding any law to the contrary, for the Hudson River  Estuary
    19      Management Plan prepared pursuant to section 11-0306 of the environ-
    20      mental  conservation law, including projects to combat harmful algal
    21      blooms some or all of which may be  allocated  to  the  New  England
    22      Interstate  Water  Pollution  Control  Commission  or  Cornell water
    23      resources institute or  department  of  natural  resources  for  the
    24      purposes  of  implementing  the  Hudson River Estuary Action agenda,
    25      $1,000,000 of which shall  be  for  the  Mohawk  river  action  plan
    26      (09HE21ER) (24836) ... 6,500,000 .................. (re. $3,380,000)
    27    Notwithstanding  any  law to the contrary, to the Erie County Soil and
    28      Water Conservation District for the Lake Erie  Watershed  Protection
    29      Alliance (09LE21ER) (25764) ... 250,000 ............. (re. $125,000)
    30    Notwithstanding  any law to the contrary, for the state share of costs
    31      of wastewater treatment improvement projects undertaken  by  munici-
    32      palities  to  upgrade municipal systems to meet stormwater, combined
    33      sewer overflow, sanitary sewer  overflow  and  wastewater  treatment
    34      discharge  requirements  with  priority given to systems that are in
    35      violation of title 8 of article 17 of the environmental conservation
    36      law and aquatic habitat restoration projects undertaken  by  munici-
    37      palities  and not-for-profit corporations for aquatic habitat resto-
    38      ration projects as defined in subdivision 1 of  section  56-0101  of
    39      the  environmental conservation law and including projects to combat
    40      harmful algal blooms; including up to $4,500,000 to  Suffolk  county
    41      to  provide  a 50 percent match for a program developed in consulta-
    42      tion  with  the  department  for  research,  development  and  pilot
    43      projects  to  develop cost effective methods to address nitrogen and
    44      pathogen loading from septic system or cesspool  effluent  or  other
    45      sources  or  to  support  such  efforts without a match at the state
    46      university of Stony Brook directly or through its  research  founda-
    47      tion  and  $1,500,000  for  Suffolk  county  for  sewer  improvement
    48      projects; and including $5,000,000 for Nassau  county  for  the  Bay
    49      park  wastewater treatment plant outfall pipe, associated conveyance
    50      systems, nitrogen abatement treatment works,  ocean  outfall  and/or
    51      connections,  and  including  $250,000  from such amount to the Long
    52      Island regional planning council for services and  expenses  related

                                           211                        12654-10-4
 
                        DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1      to the Long Island Nitrogen Action Plan; and including $5,000,000 to
     2      update  source  water  assessment plans and develop associated water
     3      protection programs some or all of which may  be  allocated  to  the
     4      United  States Geological Survey or the New England Interstate Water
     5      Pollution Control Commission; $150,000 for the Chautauqua Lake Asso-
     6      ciation; $95,000 for the Chautauqua Lake Partnership;  $500,000  for
     7      the  City of Long Beach for water quality projects; and $150,000 for
     8      the East of Hudson Watershed Corporation (09WQ21ER) (24837) ........
     9      18,000,000 ....................................... (re. $16,420,000)
    10    Notwithstanding any law to the contrary for New York ocean  and  Great
    11      Lakes  ecosystem  conservation  projects, consistent with the policy
    12      articulated in article 14  of  the  environmental  conservation  law
    13      including   projects  to  combat  harmful  algal  blooms;  including
    14      $450,000 for the Peconic Estuary Partnership, including $60,000  for
    15      the Great Lakes commission (09GL21ER) (24830) ......................
    16      18,500,000 ....................................... (re. $13,613,000)
    17    Notwithstanding any law to the contrary, for the implementation of the
    18      recommendations of the invasive species task force prepared pursuant
    19      to chapter 324 of the laws of 2003 and for the purposes set forth in
    20      chapter 674 of the laws of 2007 including not less than $450,000 for
    21      Lake George, including not less than $120,000 for Cornell University
    22      for  the  plant  certification  program, provided that not less than
    23      $5,750,000 be  made  available  for  invasive  species  eradication,
    24      including  but  not limited to southern pine beetle, including up to
    25      $500,000 to Cornell University for  the  control  of  hemlock  wooly
    26      adelgid,  and including grants related to the control and management
    27      of invasive species, and  $500,000  to  address  the  southern  pine
    28      beetle  including  up  to $250,000 to the Central Pine Barrens Joint
    29      Planning and Policy Commission for the implementation  and  adminis-
    30      tration  of a prescribed fire program. Such funding for grants shall
    31      be provided on a competitive basis in consultation with the New York
    32      Invasive Species Council (09IS21ER) (24704) ........................
    33      13,238,000 ........................................ (re. $9,337,000)
    34    Notwithstanding any  law  to  the  contrary,  for  Agricultural  Waste
    35      Management projects, including up to $700,000 to Cornell University,
    36      in  consultation  with  the department, to continue implementing the
    37      dairy acceleration program (09AW21ER) (24826) ......................
    38      1,500,000 ......................................... (re. $1,500,000)
 
    39  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2020:
    40    For services and expenses  of  projects  and  purposes  authorized  by
    41      section  92-s  of  the state finance law to receive funding from the
    42      open space account in accordance with a programmatic  and  financial
    43      plan  to be approved by the director of the budget, including subal-
    44      location to other state departments and agencies, according  to  the
    45      following:
    46    Costs related to the acquisition of the following properties: Atlantic
    47      Coast,  Long  Island Sound, Long Island South Shore Estuary Reserve,
    48      Peconic Pinelands Maritime Reserve Projects, Central  Pine  Barrens,
    49      Shoreham   Parcel,   Western   Suffolk/Nassau   Special  Groundwater
    50      Protection Areas, Mott Haven-Port  Morris  Waterfront,  Bronx  River
    51      Greenway,  Inner City/Underserved Community Parks, Long Pond, Staten

                                           212                        12654-10-4
 
                        DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1      Island Greenbelt, Staten Island Bluebelt, Staten Island  Wet  Woods,
     2      Great  Swamp,  Plutarch/Black Creek Wetlands Complex, New York High-
     3      lands, Shawangunk Mountains Region, Delaware River Highlands, Hudson
     4      River  Corridor/Hudson River Estuary and Greenway Trail/Hudson River
     5      School Art Trail, Hudson Valley/New  York  City  Foodshed,  Catskill
     6      Unfragmented  Forest,  Catskill  River  and Road Corridors, New York
     7      City Watershed Lands, Taconic Ridge/Harlem Valley, Albany Pine Bush,
     8      Five Rivers Environmental Education Center, Lake  George  watershed,
     9      Lake  Champlain  watershed, Boeselager forestry, Rensselaer Plateau,
    10      Oomsdale Farm and Surrounding Landscape, Turtle Conservation  Sites,
    11      Region  4  Rail  Trail  Projects, Susquehanna River Valley Corridor,
    12      Saratoga County, Hudson River Projects, Follensby  Park,  Washington
    13      County,  Rome  Sand  Plains,  Black  Creek  Watershed, Tug Hill Core
    14      Forests and Headwater Streams,  Nelson  Swamp,  State  Park  Battle-
    15      fields,  Genny  Green  Trail/Link  Trail, Onondaga Escarpment, State
    16      Parks Greenbelt/Tompkins County, Cattaraugus Creek and  tributaries,
    17      Northern  Montezuma  Wetlands,  Genesee  River Corridor, Seneca Army
    18      Depot Conservation Area, Lake Erie Tributary Gorges,  Buffalo  River
    19      Watershed,  Catharine  Valley  Complex,  High-Tor/Bristol Hills/Bare
    20      Hill State Unique Area,  Lake  Ontario  and  Lake  Erie  Shorelines,
    21      Islands  and  Niagara River, Long Island Trails and Greenways, Bronx
    22      Harlem  Greenway,  Harbor  Herons  Wildlife   Complex,   Schunnemunk
    23      Mountain/Moodna Creek/Woodcock Mountain/Hudson Highlands Connectivi-
    24      ty  Project,  Helderbergs,  and Finger Lakes Shorelines and Riparian
    25      Zones, Hand Hollow Conservation Area, Northern Flow River Corridors,
    26      Black River Valley Corridor, Fort Drum Army  Compatible  Use  Buffer
    27      Project,  Herkimer Home Viewshed, Inman Gulf, Massawepie Mire, Moose
    28      River Corridor, St. Lawrence River Islands, Shoreline and  Wetlands,
    29      Southern  Skaneateles Lake Forest and Shoreline, Salmon River Corri-
    30      dor, Emerald  Necklace,  Riparian  Buffers,  Coastline  and  Wetland
    31      Protection  Projects  Aimed at Reducing the Impacts of Storms, Storm
    32      Surges and Flooding on Human and Natural Communities, Long  Distance
    33      Trail Corridors, Statewide Small Projects, State Forest, Unique Area
    34      Wildlife  Management  Area  Protection,  Working Forest Lands, State
    35      Park and State Historic Site Protection, (a) notwithstanding any law
    36      to the contrary, $1,000,000 from the land acquisition allocation for
    37      urban forestry projects provided that no less than $500,000 shall be
    38      made available for such programs in  cities  and  towns  with  popu-
    39      lations  of  65,000  or  more;  (b)  notwithstanding  any law to the
    40      contrary, $2,500,000 from the land  acquisition  allocation  to  the
    41      land  trust alliance for the purpose of awarding grants on a compet-
    42      itive basis to local land trusts, provided that up to ten percent of
    43      such amount may be made available for  administrative  costs  and/or
    44      technical  assistance;  (c) notwithstanding any law to the contrary,
    45      not less than $3,000,000 for land acquisition in department of envi-
    46      ronmental conservation regions 1, 2 and 3; (d) $200,000 for the Lake
    47      George Park Commission for facilities construction and upgrades; and
    48      (e) $1,500,000 to the land trust alliance for the purpose of  award-
    49      ing  grants  on a competitive basis to local land trusts to purchase
    50      conservation easements, provided that up  to  ten  percent  of  such
    51      amount may be made available for administrative costs and/or techni-

                                           213                        12654-10-4
 
                        DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1      cal assistance (09LA20ER) (24703) ..................................
     2      31,000,000 ....................................... (re. $25,029,000)
     3    Notwithstanding  any  law to the contrary, for service and expenses of
     4      the following commissions:  $259,000  for  Susquehanna  river  basin
     5      commission;  $359,500  for  the  Delaware  river  basin  commission;
     6      $14,100 for the Ohio river basin commission; $41,600 for the  Inter-
     7      state  environmental  commission;  and  $38,000  for the New England
     8      Interstate commission; and $373,000 for the college of environmental
     9      science and forestry center for native peoples and  the  environment
    10      (09EC20ER) (25705) ... 1,086,000 .................... (re. $374,000)
    11    Long Island South Shore Estuary Reserve (09SE20ER) (24831) ...........
    12      900,000 ............................................. (re. $725,000)
    13    Agricultural non-point source abatement and control projects, notwith-
    14      standing any law to the contrary, including projects to combat harm-
    15      ful  algal  blooms;  (a)  $1,000,000  shall  be  made  available for
    16      services and expenses of  the  Cornell  University  Integrated  Pest
    17      Management  program;  (b)  $500,000  shall  be made available to the
    18      Cornell Cooperative Extension of Suffolk County for nutrient manage-
    19      ment planning and implementation activities; and (c) $250,000  shall
    20      be  made available to Cornell for the pesticide management education
    21      program to support training and certification (09AN20ER) (24832) ...
    22      18,000,000 ....................................... (re. $10,121,000)
    23    Non-agricultural  non-point  source  abatement  and  control  projects
    24      notwithstanding  any  law  to  the contrary, $550,000 of such amount
    25      shall be  made  available  for  Cornell  community  integrated  pest
    26      management (09NP20ER) (24833) ... 6,000,000 ....... (re. $5,290,000)
    27    Agriculture  and  farmland  protection activities, notwithstanding any
    28      law to the contrary, up to $1,000,000 shall be made available to the
    29      tug hill tomorrow land trust for army compatible use buffer  program
    30      projects around Fort Drum, and up to $95,000 shall be made available
    31      to  Cornell University for services and expenses of land classifica-
    32      tion,  agriculture  district  mapping  and  master  list  of   soils
    33      (09FP20ER) (24825) ... 18,000,000 ................ (re. $12,000,000)
    34    Biodiversity  stewardship  and  research; including funding for public
    35      New York universities to  conduct  field  studies  and  research  on
    36      biodiversity  issues  and  up  to $500,000 of this amount to support
    37      pollinator diversity, up to $300,000 of which may  be  allocated  to
    38      Cornell  University,  including  research  related  to the potential
    39      adverse impacts of pesticides such as neonicitinoids, pursuant to  a
    40      contract  with  the department of agriculture and markets, including
    41      the development of bee husbandry best management practices  such  as
    42      pest  and  pathogen controls; creating diversity of pollinator habi-
    43      tats; research to understand, prevent and  recover  from  pollinator
    44      losses;  and  outreach and education; and including $100,000 for the
    45      Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies to support the Catskill environ-
    46      mental research and monitoring program (09BD20ER) (24827) ..........
    47      1,350,000 ........................................... (re. $450,000)
    48    Notwithstanding any law to the contrary, for the Hudson River  Estuary
    49      Management Plan prepared pursuant to section 11-0306 of the environ-
    50      mental  conservation law, including projects to combat harmful algal
    51      blooms some or all of which may be  allocated  to  the  New  England
    52      Interstate  Water  Pollution  Control  Commission  or  Cornell water

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                        DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25

     1      resources institute or  department  of  natural  resources  for  the
     2      purposes  of  implementing  the  Hudson River Estuary Action agenda,
     3      $1,000,000 of which shall  be  for  the  Mohawk  river  action  plan
     4      (09HE20ER) (24836) ... 6,500,000 .................... (re. $771,000)
     5    Notwithstanding  any  law to the contrary, to the Erie County Soil and
     6      Water Conservation District for the Lake Erie  Watershed  Protection
     7      Alliance (09LE20ER) (25764) ... 250,000 .............. (re. $50,000)
     8    Notwithstanding  any law to the contrary, for the state share of costs
     9      of wastewater treatment improvement projects undertaken  by  munici-
    10      palities  to  upgrade municipal systems to meet stormwater, combined
    11      sewer overflow, sanitary sewer  overflow  and  wastewater  treatment
    12      discharge  requirements  with  priority given to systems that are in
    13      violation of title 8 of article 17 of the environmental conservation
    14      law and aquatic habitat restoration projects undertaken  by  munici-
    15      palities  and not-for-profit corporations for aquatic habitat resto-
    16      ration projects as defined in subdivision 1 of  section  56-0101  of
    17      the  environmental conservation law and including projects to combat
    18      harmful algal blooms; including up to $3,000,000 to  Suffolk  county
    19      to  provide  a 50 percent match for a program developed in consulta-
    20      tion  with  the  department  for  research,  development  and  pilot
    21      projects  to  develop cost effective methods to address nitrogen and
    22      pathogen loading from septic system or cesspool  effluent  or  other
    23      sources  or  to  support  such  efforts without a match at the state
    24      university of Stony Brook directly or through its  research  founda-
    25      tion  and  $1,500,000  for  Suffolk  county  for  sewer  improvement
    26      projects; and including $5,000,000 for Nassau  county  for  the  Bay
    27      park  wastewater treatment plant outfall pipe, associated conveyance
    28      systems, nitrogen abatement treatment works,  ocean  outfall  and/or
    29      connections,  and  including  $250,000  from such amount to the Long
    30      Island regional planning council for services and  expenses  related
    31      to the Long Island Nitrogen Action Plan; and including $5,000,000 to
    32      update  source  water  assessment plans and develop associated water
    33      protection programs some or all of which may  be  allocated  to  the
    34      United  States Geological Survey or the New England Interstate Water
    35      Pollution Control Commission; $350,000 for the  costs  of  rehabili-
    36      tation  and improvements to the Town of Hempstead Marine laboratory;
    37      $1,000,000 for activities  related  to  the  cleanup  of  Scajaquada
    38      Creek; $150,000 for the Chautauqua Lake Association; and $95,000 for
    39      the Chautauqua Lake Partnership (09WQ20ER) (24837) .................
    40      18,600,000 ........................................ (re. $9,537,000)
    41    Notwithstanding  any  law to the contrary for New York ocean and Great
    42      Lakes ecosystem conservation projects, consistent  with  the  policy
    43      articulated  in  article  14  of  the environmental conservation law
    44      including  projects  to  combat  harmful  algal  blooms;   including
    45      $200,000  to  Suffolk  county  for  the Peconic Bay Estuary Program,
    46      including $60,000 for the Great Lakes commission (09GL20ER)  (24830)
    47      ... 18,750,000 ................................... (re. $11,563,000)
    48    Notwithstanding any law to the contrary, for the implementation of the
    49      recommendations of the invasive species task force prepared pursuant
    50      to chapter 324 of the laws of 2003 and for the purposes set forth in
    51      chapter 674 of the laws of 2007 including not less than $450,000 for
    52      Lake George, including not less than $120,000 for Cornell University

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                        DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1      for  the  plant  certification  program, provided that not less than
     2      $5,750,000 be  made  available  for  invasive  species  eradication,
     3      including  but  not limited to southern pine beetle, including up to
     4      $500,000  to  Cornell  University  for  the control of hemlock wooly
     5      adelgid, and including grants related to the control and  management
     6      of  invasive  species,  and  $500,000  to  address the southern pine
     7      beetle including up to $250,000 to the Central  Pine  Barrens  Joint
     8      Planning  and  Policy Commission for the implementation and adminis-
     9      tration of a prescribed fire program, and $300,000 to the county  of
    10      Nassau  for  the purchase of an aquatic weed harvester. Such funding
    11      for grants shall be provided on a competitive basis in  consultation
    12      with the New York Invasive Species Council (09IS20ER) (24704) ......
    13      13,238,000 ........................................ (re. $9,775,000)
    14    Notwithstanding  any  law  to  the  contrary,  for  Agricultural Waste
    15      Management projects, including up to $700,000 to Cornell University,
    16      in consultation with the department, to  continue  implementing  the
    17      dairy acceleration program (09AW20ER) (24826) ......................
    18      1,500,000 ......................................... (re. $1,316,000)
 
    19  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2019:
    20    For  services  and  expenses  of  projects  and purposes authorized by
    21      section 92-s of the state finance law to receive  funding  from  the
    22      open  space  account in accordance with a programmatic and financial
    23      plan to be approved by the director of the budget, including  subal-
    24      location  to  other state departments and agencies, according to the
    25      following:
    26    Costs related to the acquisition of the following properties: Atlantic
    27      Coast, Long Island Sound, Long Island South Shore  Estuary  Reserve,
    28      Peconic  Pinelands  Maritime Reserve Projects, Central Pine Barrens,
    29      Shoreham  Parcel,   Western   Suffolk/Nassau   Special   Groundwater
    30      Protection  Areas,  Mott  Haven-Port  Morris Waterfront, Bronx River
    31      Greenway, Inner City/Underserved Community Parks, Long Pond,  Staten
    32      Island  Greenbelt,  Staten Island Bluebelt, Staten Island Wet Woods,
    33      Great Swamp, Plutarch/Black Creek Wetlands Complex, New  York  High-
    34      lands, Shawangunk Mountains Region, Delaware River Highlands, Hudson
    35      River  Corridor/Hudson River Estuary and Greenway Trail/Hudson River
    36      School Art Trail, Hudson Valley/New  York  City  Foodshed,  Catskill
    37      Unfragmented  Forest,  Catskill  River  and Road Corridors, New York
    38      City Watershed Lands, Taconic Ridge/Harlem Valley, Albany Pine Bush,
    39      Five Rivers Environmental Education Center, Lake  George  watershed,
    40      Lake  Champlain  watershed, Boeselager forestry, Rensselaer Plateau,
    41      Oomsdale Farm and Surrounding Landscape, Turtle Conservation  Sites,
    42      Region  4  Rail  Trail  Projects, Susquehanna River Valley Corridor,
    43      Saratoga County, Hudson River Projects, Follensby  Park,  Washington
    44      County,  Rome  Sand  Plains,  Black  Creek  Watershed, Tug Hill Core
    45      Forests and Headwater Streams,  Nelson  Swamp,  State  Park  Battle-
    46      fields,  Genny  Green  Trail/Link  Trail, Onondaga Escarpment, State
    47      Parks Greenbelt/Tompkins County, Cattaraugus Creek and  tributaries,
    48      Northern  Montezuma  Wetlands,  Genesee  River Corridor, Seneca Army
    49      Depot Conservation Area, Lake Erie Tributary Gorges,  Buffalo  River
    50      Watershed,  Catharine  Valley  Complex,  High-Tor/Bristol Hills/Bare
    51      Hill State Unique Area,  Lake  Ontario  and  Lake  Erie  Shorelines,

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                        DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25

     1      Islands  and  Niagara River, Long Island Trails and Greenways, Bronx
     2      Harlem  Greenway,  Harbor  Herons  Wildlife   Complex,   Schunnemunk
     3      Mountain/Moodna Creek/Woodcock Mountain/Hudson Highlands Connectivi-
     4      ty  Project,  Helderbergs,  and Finger Lakes Shorelines and Riparian
     5      Zones, Hand Hollow Conservation Area, Northern Flow River Corridors,
     6      Black River Valley Corridor, Fort Drum Army  Compatible  Use  Buffer
     7      Project,  Herkimer Home Viewshed, Inman Gulf, Massawepie Mire, Moose
     8      River Corridor, St. Lawrence River Islands, Shoreline and  Wetlands,
     9      Southern  Skaneateles Lake Forest and Shoreline, Salmon River Corri-
    10      dor, Emerald  Necklace,  Riparian  Buffers,  Coastline  and  Wetland
    11      Protection  Projects  Aimed at Reducing the Impacts of Storms, Storm
    12      Surges and Flooding on Human and Natural Communities, Long  Distance
    13      Trail Corridors, Statewide Small Projects, State Forest, Unique Area
    14      Wildlife  Management  Area  Protection,  Working Forest Lands, State
    15      Park and State Historic Site Protection, (a) notwithstanding any law
    16      to the contrary, $1,000,000 from the land acquisition allocation for
    17      urban forestry projects provided that no less than $500,000 shall be
    18      made available for such programs in  cities  and  towns  with  popu-
    19      lations  of  65,000  or  more;  (b)  notwithstanding  any law to the
    20      contrary, $2,500,000 from the land  acquisition  allocation  to  the
    21      land  trust alliance for the purpose of awarding grants on a compet-
    22      itive basis to local land trusts, provided that up to ten percent of
    23      such amount may be made available for  administrative  costs  and/or
    24      technical  assistance;  (c) notwithstanding any law to the contrary,
    25      not less than $3,000,000 for land acquisition in department of envi-
    26      ronmental conservation regions 1, 2 and 3; and (d) $200,000 for  the
    27      Lake  George  Park Commission for facilities construction (09LA19ER)
    28      (24703) ... 33,087,000 ........................... (re. $15,289,000)
    29    Notwithstanding any law to the contrary, for service and  expenses  of
    30      the  following  commissions:  $259,000  for  Susquehanna river basin
    31      commission;  $359,500  for  the  Delaware  river  basin  commission;
    32      $14,100  for the Ohio river basin commission; $41,600 for the Inter-
    33      state environmental commission; and  $38,000  for  the  New  England
    34      Interstate commission; and $350,000 for the college of environmental
    35      science  and  forestry center for native peoples and the environment
    36      (09EC19ER) (25705) ... 1,063,000 .................... (re. $176,000)
    37    Long Island South Shore Estuary Reserve (09SE19ER) (24831) ...........
    38      900,000 ............................................. (re. $757,000)
    39    Agricultural non-point source abatement and control projects, notwith-
    40      standing any law to the contrary, including projects to combat harm-
    41      ful algal  blooms;  (a)  $1,000,000  shall  be  made  available  for
    42      services  and  expenses  of  the  Cornell University Integrated Pest
    43      Management program; (b) $500,000 shall  be  made  available  to  the
    44      Cornell Cooperative Extension of Suffolk County for nutrient manage-
    45      ment  planning and implementation activities; and (c) $250,000 shall
    46      be made available to Cornell for the pesticide management  education
    47      program to support training and certification (09AN19ER) (24832) ...
    48      18,000,000 ........................................ (re. $8,493,000)
    49    Non-agricultural  non-point  source  abatement  and  control  projects
    50      notwithstanding any law to the contrary,  $550,000  of  such  amount
    51      shall  be  made  available  for  Cornell  community  integrated pest
    52      management (09NP19ER) (24833) ... 7,000,000 ....... (re. $5,568,000)

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                        DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1    Agriculture and farmland protection  activities,  notwithstanding  any
     2      law to the contrary, up to $1,000,000 shall be made available to the
     3      tug  hill tomorrow land trust for army compatible use buffer program
     4      projects around Fort Drum, and up to $95,000 shall be made available
     5      to  Cornell University for services and expenses of land classifica-
     6      tion,  agriculture  district  mapping  and  master  list  of   soils
     7      (09FP19ER) (24825) ... 18,000,000 ................ (re. $15,932,000)
     8    Biodiversity  stewardship  and  research; including funding for public
     9      New York universities to  conduct  field  studies  and  research  on
    10      biodiversity  issues  and  up  to $500,000 of this amount to support
    11      pollinator diversity, up to $300,000 of which may  be  allocated  to
    12      Cornell  University,  including  research  related  to the potential
    13      adverse impacts of pesticides such as neonicitinoids, pursuant to  a
    14      contract  with  the department of agriculture and markets, including
    15      the development of bee husbandry best management practices  such  as
    16      pest  and  pathogen controls; creating diversity of pollinator habi-
    17      tats; research to understand, prevent and  recover  from  pollinator
    18      losses;  and  outreach and education; and including $100,000 for the
    19      Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies to support the Catskill environ-
    20      mental research and monitoring program (09BD19ER) (24827) ..........
    21      1,350,000 ............................................. (re. $1,000)
    22    Notwithstanding any law to the contrary, for the Hudson River  Estuary
    23      Management Plan prepared pursuant to section 11-0306 of the environ-
    24      mental  conservation law, including projects to combat harmful algal
    25      blooms some or all of which may be  allocated  to  the  New  England
    26      Interstate  Water  Pollution  Control  Commission  or  Cornell water
    27      resources institute or  department  of  natural  resources  for  the
    28      purposes  of  implementing  the  Hudson River Estuary Action agenda,
    29      $1,000,000 of which shall  be  for  the  Mohawk  river  action  plan
    30      (09HE19ER) (24836) ... 6,500,000 .................. (re. $1,430,000)
    31    Notwithstanding  any law to the contrary, for the state share of costs
    32      of wastewater treatment improvement projects undertaken  by  munici-
    33      palities  to  upgrade municipal systems to meet stormwater, combined
    34      sewer overflow, sanitary sewer  overflow  and  wastewater  treatment
    35      discharge  requirements  with  priority given to systems that are in
    36      violation of title 8 of article 17 of the environmental conservation
    37      law and aquatic habitat restoration projects undertaken  by  munici-
    38      palities  and not-for-profit corporations for aquatic habitat resto-
    39      ration projects as defined in subdivision 1 of  section  56-0101  of
    40      the  environmental conservation law and including projects to combat
    41      harmful algal blooms; including up to $3,000,000 to  Suffolk  county
    42      to  provide  a 50 percent match for a program developed in consulta-
    43      tion  with  the  department  for  research,  development  and  pilot
    44      projects  to  develop cost effective methods to address nitrogen and
    45      pathogen loading from septic system or cesspool  effluent  or  other
    46      sources  or  to  support  such  efforts without a match at the state
    47      university of Stony Brook directly or through its  research  founda-
    48      tion  and  $1,500,000  for  Suffolk  county  for  sewer  improvement
    49      projects; and including $5,000,000 for Nassau  county  for  the  Bay
    50      park  wastewater treatment plant outfall pipe, associated conveyance
    51      systems, nitrogen abatement treatment works,  ocean  outfall  and/or
    52      connections,  and  including  $250,000  from such amount to the Long

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                        DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1      Island regional planning council for services and  expenses  related
     2      to the Long Island Nitrogen Action Plan; and including $5,000,000 to
     3      update  source  water  assessment plans and develop associated water
     4      protection  programs  some  or  all of which may be allocated to the
     5      United States Geological Survey or the New England Interstate  Water
     6      Pollution  Control  Commission; and including up to $100,000 for the
     7      removal and appropriate disposal  of  firefighting  foam  containing
     8      regulated perfluoronated compounds from municipal fire and emergency
     9      response  departments;  $350,000 for the costs of rehabilitation and
    10      improvements to the Town of Hempstead Marine  laboratory  (09WQ19ER)
    11      (24837) ... 17,750,000 ............................ (re. $6,305,000)
    12    Notwithstanding  any  law to the contrary for New York ocean and Great
    13      Lakes ecosystem conservation projects, consistent  with  the  policy
    14      articulated  in  article  14  of  the environmental conservation law
    15      including  projects  to  combat  harmful  algal  blooms;   including
    16      $200,000  to  Suffolk  county  for  the Peconic Bay Estuary Program,
    17      including $60,000 for the Great Lakes commission (09GL19ER)  (24830)
    18      ... 17,250,000 .................................... (re. $5,828,000)
    19    Notwithstanding any law to the contrary, for the implementation of the
    20      recommendations of the invasive species task force prepared pursuant
    21      to chapter 324 of the laws of 2003 and for the purposes set forth in
    22      chapter 674 of the laws of 2007 including not less than $450,000 for
    23      Lake George, including not less than $120,000 for Cornell University
    24      for  the  plant  certification  program, provided that not less than
    25      $6,050,000 be  made  available  for  invasive  species  eradication,
    26      including  but  not limited to southern pine beetle, including up to
    27      $500,000 to Cornell University for  the  control  of  hemlock  wooly
    28      adelgid,  and including grants related to the control and management
    29      of invasive species, and  $500,000  to  address  the  southern  pine
    30      beetle  including  up  to $250,000 to the Central Pine Barrens Joint
    31      Planning and Policy Commission for the implementation  and  adminis-
    32      tration  of a prescribed fire program. Such funding for grants shall
    33      be provided on a competitive basis in consultation with the New York
    34      Invasive Species Council (09IS19ER) (24704) ........................
    35      13,300,000 ........................................ (re. $1,711,000)
    36    Notwithstanding any  law  to  the  contrary,  for  Agricultural  Waste
    37      Management projects, including up to $700,000 to Cornell University,
    38      in  consultation  with  the department, to continue implementing the
    39      dairy acceleration program (09AW19ER) (24826) ......................
    40      1,500,000 ........................................... (re. $316,000)
 
    41  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2018:
    42    For services and expenses  of  projects  and  purposes  authorized  by
    43      section  92-s  of  the state finance law to receive funding from the
    44      open space account in accordance with a programmatic  and  financial
    45      plan  to be approved by the director of the budget, including subal-
    46      location to other state departments and agencies, according  to  the
    47      following:
    48    Costs  related to the acquisition of the following properties:  Atlan-
    49      tic Coast, Long  Island  Sound,  Long  Island  South  Shore  Estuary
    50      Reserve,  Peconic  Pinelands Maritime Reserve Projects, Central Pine
    51      Barrens,  Western  Suffolk/Nassau  Special  Groundwater   Protection

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                        DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1      Areas,  Mott  Haven-Port  Morris  Waterfront,  Bronx River Greenway,
     2      Inner City/Underserved Community Parks,  Long  Pond,  Staten  Island
     3      Greenbelt,  Staten  Island  Bluebelt, Staten Island Wet Woods, Great
     4      Swamp,  Plutarch/Black  Creek  Wetlands Complex, New York Highlands,
     5      Shawangunk Mountains Region, Delaware River Highlands, Hudson  River
     6      Corridor/Hudson  River  Estuary  and  Greenway  Trail/  Hudson River
     7      School Art Trail, Hudson Valley/New  York  City  Foodshed,  Catskill
     8      Unfragmented  Forest,  Catskill  River  and Road Corridors, New York
     9      City Watershed Lands, Taconic Ridge/Harlem Valley, Albany Pine Bush,
    10      Five Rivers Environmental Education Center, Lake  George  watershed,
    11      Lake  Champlain  watershed, Boeselager forestry, Rensselaer Plateau,
    12      Oomsdale Farm and Surrounding Landscape, Turtle Conservation  Sites,
    13      Region  4  Rail  Trail  Projects, Susquehanna River Valley Corridor,
    14      Saratoga County, Hudson River Projects, Follensby  Park,  Washington
    15      County,  Rome  Sand  Plains,  Black  Creek  Watershed, Tug Hill Core
    16      Forests and Headwater Streams,  Nelson  Swamp,  State  Park  Battle-
    17      fields,  Genny  Green  Trail/Link  Trail, Onondaga Escarpment, State
    18      Parks Greenbelt/Tompkins County, Cattaraugus Creek and  tributaries,
    19      Northern  Montezuma  Wetlands,  Genesee  River Corridor, Seneca Army
    20      Depot Conservation Area, Lake Erie Tributary Gorges,  Buffalo  River
    21      Watershed,  Catharine  Valley  Complex,  High-Tor/Bristol Hills/Bare
    22      Hill State Unique Area,  Lake  Ontario  and  Lake  Erie  Shorelines,
    23      Islands  and  Niagara River, Long Island Trails and Greenways, Bronx
    24      Harlem  Greenway,  Harbor  Herons  Wildlife   Complex,   Schunnemunk
    25      Mountain/Moodna Creek/Woodcock Mountain/Hudson Highlands Connectivi-
    26      ty  Project,  Helderbergs,  and Finger Lakes Shorelines and Riparian
    27      Zones, Hand Hollow Conservation Area, Northern Flow River Corridors,
    28      Black River Valley Corridor, Fort Drum Army  Compatible  Use  Buffer
    29      Project,  Herkimer Home Viewshed, Inman Gulf, Massawepie Mire, Moose
    30      River Corridor, St. Lawrence River Islands, Shoreline and  Wetlands,
    31      Southern  Skaneateles Lake Forest and Shoreline, Salmon River Corri-
    32      dor, Emerald  Necklace,  Riparian  Buffers,  Coastline  and  Wetland
    33      Protection  Projects  Aimed at Reducing the Impacts of Storms, Storm
    34      Surges and Flooding on Human and Natural Communities, Long  Distance
    35      Trail Corridors, Statewide Small Projects, State Forest, Unique Area
    36      Wildlife  Management  Area  Protection,  Working Forest Lands, State
    37      Park and State Historic Site Protection, (a) notwithstanding any law
    38      to the contrary, $1,000,000 from the land acquisition allocation for
    39      urban forestry projects provided that no less than $500,000 shall be
    40      made available for such programs in  cities  and  towns  with  popu-
    41      lations  of  65,000  or  more;  (b)  notwithstanding  any law to the
    42      contrary, $2,500,000 from the land  acquisition  allocation  to  the
    43      land  trust alliance for the purpose of awarding grants on a compet-
    44      itive basis to local land trusts, provided that up to ten percent of
    45      such amount may be made available for  administrative  costs  and/or
    46      technical  assistance;  (c) notwithstanding any law to the contrary,
    47      not less than $3,000,000 for land acquisition in department of envi-
    48      ronmental conservation regions 1, 2 and 3; (d) including  $1,000,000
    49      for Adirondack infrastructure and environmental improvements for the
    50      towns of Long Lake, North Hudson, Minerva, Indian Lake, and Newcomb;
    51      and  (e) $700,000 for the Lake George Park Commission for facilities
    52      construction (09LA18ER) (24703) ... 35,000,000 .... (re. $7,462,000)

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                        DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1    Long Island South Shore Estuary Reserve (09SE18ER) (24831) ...........
     2      900,000 ............................................. (re. $262,000)
     3    Agricultural non-point source abatement and control projects, notwith-
     4      standing any law to the contrary, including projects to combat harm-
     5      ful  algal  blooms;  (a)  $1,000,000  shall  be  made  available for
     6      services and expenses of  the  Cornell  University  Integrated  Pest
     7      Management  program;  (b)  $500,000  shall  be made available to the
     8      Cornell Cooperative Extension of Suffolk County for nutrient manage-
     9      ment planning and implementation activities; and (c) $250,000  shall
    10      be  made available to Cornell for the pesticide management education
    11      program to support training and certification (09AN18ER) (24832) ...
    12      17,000,000 ........................................ (re. $4,541,000)
    13    Non-agricultural  non-point  source  abatement  and  control  projects
    14      notwithstanding  any  law  to  the contrary, $550,000 of such amount
    15      shall be  made  available  for  Cornell  community  integrated  pest
    16      management (09NP18ER) (24833) ... 7,000,000 ....... (re. $3,994,000)
    17    Agriculture  and  farmland  protection activities, notwithstanding any
    18      law to the contrary, up to $1,000,000 shall be made available to the
    19      tug hill tomorrow land trust for army compatible use buffer  program
    20      projects around Fort Drum, and up to $90,000 shall be made available
    21      to  Cornell University for services and expenses of land classifica-
    22      tion,  agriculture  district  mapping  and  master  list  of   soils
    23      (09FP18ER) (24825) ... 18,000,000 ................ (re. $10,409,000)
    24    Notwithstanding  any law to the contrary, for the Hudson River Estuary
    25      Management Plan prepared pursuant to section 11-0306 of the environ-
    26      mental conservation law, including projects to combat harmful  algal
    27      blooms  some  or  all  of  which may be allocated to the New England
    28      Interstate Water  Pollution  Control  Commission  or  Cornell  water
    29      resources  institute  or  department  of  natural  resources for the
    30      purposes of implementing the Hudson  River  Estuary  Action  agenda,
    31      $1,000,000  of  which  shall  be  for  the  Mohawk river action plan
    32      (09HE18ER) (24836) ... 6,500,000 .................. (re. $1,105,000)
    33    Notwithstanding any law to the contrary, for the state share of  costs
    34      of  wastewater  treatment improvement projects undertaken by munici-
    35      palities to upgrade municipal systems to meet  stormwater,  combined
    36      sewer  overflow,  sanitary  sewer  overflow and wastewater treatment
    37      discharge requirements with priority given to systems  that  are  in
    38      violation of title 8 of article 17 of the environmental conservation
    39      law  and  aquatic habitat restoration projects undertaken by munici-
    40      palities and not-for-profit corporations for aquatic habitat  resto-
    41      ration  projects  as  defined in subdivision 1 of section 56-0101 of
    42      the environmental conservation law and including projects to  combat
    43      harmful  algal  blooms; including up to $3,000,000 to Suffolk county
    44      to provide a 50 percent match for a program developed  in  consulta-
    45      tion  with  the  department  for  research,  development  and  pilot
    46      projects to develop cost effective methods to address  nitrogen  and
    47      pathogen  loading  from  septic system or cesspool effluent or other
    48      sources or to support such efforts without  a  match  at  the  state
    49      university  of  Stony Brook directly or through its research founda-
    50      tion  and  $1,500,000  for  Suffolk  county  for  sewer  improvement
    51      projects;  and  including  $5,000,000  for Nassau county for the Bay
    52      park wastewater treatment plant outfall pipe, associated  conveyance

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                        DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1      systems,  nitrogen  abatement  treatment works, ocean outfall and/or
     2      connections, including up to $400,000 from such amount  for  testing
     3      of  monitoring  wells  in  Nassau County and including $250,000 from
     4      such  amount  to  the  Long  Island  regional  planning  council for
     5      services and expenses related to the  Long  Island  Nitrogen  Action
     6      Plan;  and including $1,000,000 to maximize the availability of drug
     7      collection programs for communities throughout the state,  including
     8      for  the  purchase  and distribution of tamper proof drug collection
     9      boxes,  and  other  federally  approved  drug  collection   programs
    10      provided  that  participating  in  the  department  of environmental
    11      conservation's self-audit program shall not be required; and includ-
    12      ing $5,000,000 to update source water assessment plans  and  develop
    13      associated  water  protection  programs  some or all of which may be
    14      allocated to the United States Geological Survey or the New  England
    15      Interstate  Water  Pollution Control Commission; and including up to
    16      $100,000 for the removal and appropriate  disposal  of  firefighting
    17      foam  containing  regulated  perfluoronated compounds from municipal
    18      fire and emergency response departments (09WQ18ER) (24837) .........
    19      20,250,000 ........................................ (re. $6,750,000)
    20    Notwithstanding any law to the contrary for New York ocean  and  Great
    21      Lakes  ecosystem  conservation  projects, consistent with the policy
    22      articulated in article 14  of  the  environmental  conservation  law
    23      including   projects  to  combat  harmful  algal  blooms;  including
    24      $200,000 to Suffolk county for  the  Peconic  Bay  Estuary  Program,
    25      including  $60,000  for  the  Great  Lakes commission, and including
    26      $50,000 for the State University of New York at Brockport for  resi-
    27      liency  monitoring,  and including $250,000 for the State University
    28      of New York Stony Brook for  a  study  of  the  feasibility,  costs,
    29      location,  and  impacts of a seagate to act as a storm surge barrier
    30      for the south shore of Long Island (09GL18ER) (24830) ..............
    31      17,250,000 ........................................ (re. $3,936,000)
    32    Notwithstanding any law to the contrary, for the implementation of the
    33      recommendations of the invasive species task force prepared pursuant
    34      to chapter 324 of the laws of 2003 and for the purposes set forth in
    35      chapter 674 of the laws of 2007 including not less than $450,000 for
    36      Lake George, including not less than $120,000 for Cornell University
    37      for the plant certification program, provided  that  not  less  than
    38      $6,050,000  be  made  available  for  invasive  species eradication,
    39      including but not limited to southern pine beetle, including  up  to
    40      $500,000  to  Cornell  University  for  the control of hemlock wooly
    41      adelgid, and including grants related to the control and  management
    42      of  invasive  species,  and  $500,000  to  address the southern pine
    43      beetle including up to $250,000 to the Central  Pine  Barrens  Joint
    44      Planning  and  Policy Commission for the implementation and adminis-
    45      tration of a prescribed fire program. Such funding for grants  shall
    46      be provided on a competitive basis in consultation with the New York
    47      Invasive Species Council (09IS18ER) (24704) ........................
    48      13,300,000 ........................................ (re. $1,387,000)
    49    Notwithstanding  any law to the contrary, for Soil and Water Conserva-
    50      tion District activities as authorized for reimbursement and funding
    51      in section 11-a of the soil and  water  conservation  districts  law
    52      including  projects  to combat harmful algal blooms; including up to

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                        DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1      $270,000 for the Schuyler and Chemung County  SWCD  Shared  Services
     2      Infrastructure; and up to $85,000 for the Steuben County SWCD Public
     3      Education Outreach and Policy (09SW18ER) (24834) ...................
     4      10,000,000 ........................................... (re. $64,000)
     5    Notwithstanding  any  law  to  the  contrary,  for  Agricultural Waste
     6      Management projects, including up to $700,000 to Cornell University,
     7      in consultation with the department, to  continue  implementing  the
     8      dairy acceleration program (09AW18ER) (24826) ......................
     9      1,500,000 ........................................... (re. $269,000)
 
    10  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2017:
    11    For  services  and  expenses  of  projects  and purposes authorized by
    12      section 92-s of the state finance law to receive  funding  from  the
    13      open  space  account in accordance with a programmatic and financial
    14      plan to be approved by the director of the budget, including  subal-
    15      location  to  other state departments and agencies, according to the
    16      following:
    17    Costs related to the acquisition of the following properties:   Atlan-
    18      tic  Coast,  Long  Island  Sound,  Long  Island  South Shore Estuary
    19      Reserve, Peconic Pinelands Maritime Reserve Projects,  Central  Pine
    20      Barrens,   Western  Suffolk/Nassau  Special  Groundwater  Protection
    21      Areas, Mott Haven-Port  Morris  Waterfront,  Bronx  River  Greenway,
    22      Inner  City/Underserved  Community  Parks,  Long Pond, Staten Island
    23      Greenbelt, Staten Island Bluebelt, Staten Island  Wet  Woods,  Great
    24      Swamp,  Plutarch/Black  Creek  Wetlands Complex, New York Highlands,
    25      Shawangunk Mountains Region, Delaware River Highlands, Hudson  River
    26      Corridor/Hudson  River  Estuary  and  Greenway  Trail/  Hudson River
    27      School Art Trail, Hudson Valley/New  York  City  Foodshed,  Catskill
    28      Unfragmented  Forest,  Catskill  River  and Road Corridors, New York
    29      City Watershed Lands, Taconic Ridge/Harlem Valley, Albany Pine Bush,
    30      Five Rivers Environmental Education Center, Lake  George  watershed,
    31      Lake  Champlain  watershed, Boeselager forestry, Rensselaer Plateau,
    32      Oomsdale Farm and Surrounding Landscape, Turtle Conservation  Sites,
    33      Region  4  Rail  Trail  Projects, Susquehanna River Valley Corridor,
    34      Saratoga County, Hudson River Projects, Follensby  Park,  Washington
    35      County,  Rome  Sand  Plains,  Black  Creek  Watershed, Tug Hill Core
    36      Forests and Headwater Streams,  Nelson  Swamp,  State  Park  Battle-
    37      fields,  Genny  Green  Trail/Link  Trail, Onondaga Escarpment, State
    38      Parks Greenbelt/Tompkins County, Cattaraugus Creek and  tributaries,
    39      Northern  Montezuma  Wetlands,  Genesee  River Corridor, Seneca Army
    40      Depot Conservation Area, Lake Erie Tributary Gorges,  Buffalo  River
    41      Watershed,  Catharine  Valley  Complex,  High-Tor/Bristol Hills/Bare
    42      Hill State Unique Area,  Lake  Ontario  and  Lake  Erie  Shorelines,
    43      Islands  and  Niagara River, Long Island Trails and Greenways, Bronx
    44      Harlem  Greenway,  Harbor  Herons  Wildlife   Complex,   Schunnemunk
    45      Mountain/Moodna Creek/Woodcock Mountain/Hudson Highlands Connectivi-
    46      ty  Project,  Helderbergs,  and Finger Lakes Shorelines and Riparian
    47      Zones, Hand Hollow Conservation Area, Northern Flow River Corridors,
    48      Black River Valley Corridor, Fort Drum Army  Compatible  Use  Buffer
    49      Project,  Herkimer Home Viewshed, Inman Gulf, Massawepie Mire, Moose
    50      River Corridor, St. Lawrence River Islands, Shoreline and  Wetlands,
    51      Southern  Skaneateles Lake Forest and Shoreline, Salmon River Corri-

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                        DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1      dor, Emerald  Necklace,  Riparian  Buffers,  Coastline  and  Wetland
     2      Protection  Projects  Aimed at Reducing the Impacts of Storms, Storm
     3      Surges and Flooding on Human and Natural Communities, Long  Distance
     4      Trail Corridors, Statewide Small Projects, State Forest, Unique Area
     5      Wildlife  Management  Area  Protection,  Working Forest Lands, State
     6      Park and State Historic Site Protection, (a) notwithstanding any law
     7      to the contrary, $1,000,000 from the land acquisition allocation for
     8      urban forestry projects provided that no less than $500,000 shall be
     9      made available for such programs in  cities  and  towns  with  popu-
    10      lations  of  65,000  or  more;  (b)  notwithstanding  any law to the
    11      contrary, $2,500,000 from the land  acquisition  allocation  to  the
    12      land  trust alliance for the purpose of awarding grants on a compet-
    13      itive basis to local land trusts, provided that up to ten percent of
    14      such amount may be made available for  administrative  costs  and/or
    15      technical  assistance;  (c) notwithstanding any law to the contrary,
    16      not less than $3,000,000 for land acquisition in department of envi-
    17      ronmental conservation regions 1, 2 and 3 (09LA17ER) (24703) .......
    18      36,349,000 ........................................ (re. $7,343,000)
    19    Agricultural non-point source abatement and control projects, notwith-
    20      standing any law to the  contrary,  (a)  $1,000,000  shall  be  made
    21      available  for services and expenses of the Cornell University Inte-
    22      grated Pest Management program;  and  (b)  $500,000  shall  be  made
    23      available to the Cornell Cooperative Extension of Suffolk County for
    24      nutrient   management   planning   and   implementation   activities
    25      (09AN17ER) (24832) ... 17,000,000 ................. (re. $3,332,000)
    26    Non-agricultural  non-point  source  abatement  and  control  projects
    27      notwithstanding  any  law  to  the contrary, $550,000 of such amount
    28      shall be  made  available  for  Cornell  community  integrated  pest
    29      management (09NP17ER) (24833) ... 7,000,000 ....... (re. $1,179,000)
    30    Agriculture  and  farmland  protection activities, notwithstanding any
    31      law to the contrary, up to $1,000,000 shall be made available to the
    32      tug hill tomorrow land trust for army compatible use buffer  program
    33      projects around Fort Drum, and up to $87,000 shall be made available
    34      to  Cornell University for services and expenses of land classifica-
    35      tion,  agriculture  district  mapping  and  master  list  of   soils
    36      (09FP17ER) (24825) ... 20,000,000 ................ (re. $18,371,000)
    37    Biodiversity  stewardship  and  research; including funding for public
    38      New York universities to conduct field studies and research on bidi-
    39      versity issues and up to $500,000 of this amount to support pollina-
    40      tor diversity, up to $300,000 of which may be allocated  to  Cornell
    41      University,  including  research  related  to  the potential adverse
    42      impacts of pesticides such as neonicitinoids, pursuant to a contract
    43      with the department of agriculture and markets, including the devel-
    44      opment of bee husbandry best management practices such as  pest  and
    45      pathogen   controls;  creating  diversity  of  pollinator  habitats;
    46      research to understand, prevent and recover from pollinator  losses;
    47      and outreach and education (09BD17ER) (24827) ......................
    48      1,000,000 ............................................ (re. $54,000)
    49    Notwithstanding  any law to the contrary, for the Hudson River Estuary
    50      Management Plan prepared pursuant to section 11-0306 of the environ-
    51      mental conservation law, $1,000,000 of which shall be for the Mohawk

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                        DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1      river action plan (09HE17ER) (24836) ...............................
     2      5,500,000 ........................................... (re. $467,000)
     3    Notwithstanding  any law to the contrary, for the state share of costs
     4      of wastewater treatment improvement projects undertaken  by  munici-
     5      palities  to  upgrade municipal systems to meet stormwater, combined
     6      sewer overflow, sanitary sewer  overflow  and  wastewater  treatment
     7      discharge  requirements  with  priority given to systems that are in
     8      violation of title 8 of article 17 of the environmental conservation
     9      law and aquatic habitat restoration projects undertaken  by  munici-
    10      palities  and not-for-profit corporations for aquatic habitat resto-
    11      ration projects as defined in subdivision 1 of  section  56-0101  of
    12      the  environmental  conservation  law; including up to $3,000,000 to
    13      Suffolk county to provide a 50 percent match for a program developed
    14      in consultation with the department for  research,  development  and
    15      pilot projects to develop cost effective methods to address nitrogen
    16      and  pathogen  loading  from  septic  system or cesspool effluent or
    17      other sources or to support such efforts  without  a  match  at  the
    18      state  university  of  Stony  Brook directly or through its research
    19      foundation and $1,500,000 for Suffolk county for  sewer  improvement
    20      projects;  and  including  $5,000,000  for Nassau county for the Bay
    21      park wastewater treatment plant outfall pipe, associated  conveyance
    22      systems,  nitrogen  abatement  treatment works, ocean outfall and/or
    23      connections, including up to $400,000 from such amount  for  testing
    24      of  monitoring  wells  in  Nassau County and including $250,000 from
    25      such amount  to  the  Long  Island  regional  planning  council  for
    26      services  and  expenses  related  to the Long Island Nitrogen Action
    27      Plan; and including $1,000,000 to maximize the availability of  drug
    28      collection  programs for communities throughout the state, including
    29      for the purchase and distribution of tamper  proof  drug  collection
    30      boxes,   and  other  federally  approved  drug  collection  programs
    31      provided that  participating  in  the  department  of  environmental
    32      conservation's self-audit program shall not be required; and includ-
    33      ing  $5,000,000  to update source water assessment plans and develop
    34      associated water protection programs some or all  of  which  may  be
    35      allocated  to the United States Geological Survey or the New England
    36      Interstate Water Pollution Control Commission; and including  up  to
    37      $500,000  for  the  removal and appropriate disposal of firefighting
    38      foam containing regulated perfluoronated  compounds  from  municipal
    39      fire  and  emergency response departments; and $1,000,000 for activ-
    40      ities related to the cleanup of Scajaquada Creek (09WQ17ER)  (24837)
    41      ... 20,250,000 .................................... (re. $6,411,000)
    42    Notwithstanding  any  law to the contrary for New York ocean and Great
    43      Lakes ecosystem conservation projects, consistent  with  the  policy
    44      articulated  in  article  14  of the environmental conservation law;
    45      including $200,000 to Suffolk county for  the  Peconic  Bay  Estuary
    46      Program  and  including  $60,000 for the Great Lakes commission; and
    47      including $250,000  for  the  Long  Island  Commission  for  aquifer
    48      protection (09GL17ER) (24830) ... 15,000,000 ...... (re. $2,207,000)
    49    Notwithstanding any law to the contrary, for the implementation of the
    50      recommendations of the invasive species task force prepared pursuant
    51      to chapter 324 of the laws of 2003 and for the purposes set forth in
    52      chapter 674 of the laws of 2007 including not less than $450,000 for

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                        DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25

     1      Lake  George,  provided that not less than $6,050,000 be made avail-
     2      able for invasive species eradication, including but not limited  to
     3      southern pine beetle, including up to $500,000 to Cornell University
     4      for  the  control  of  hemlock  wooly  adelgid  and including grants
     5      related to the control and  management  of  invasive  species.  Such
     6      funding  for  grants  shall  be  provided  on a competitive basis in
     7      consultation with the New York Invasive Species  Council  (09IS17ER)
     8      (24704) ... 13,000,000 ............................ (re. $1,625,000)
     9    Notwithstanding  any  law  to  the  contrary,  for  Agricultural Waste
    10      Management projects, including up to $700,000 to Cornell University,
    11      in consultation with the department, to  continue  implementing  the
    12      dairy acceleration program (09AW17ER) (24826) ......................
    13      1,500,000 ........................................... (re. $418,000)
 
    14  By chapter 55, section 1, of the laws of 2016:
    15    For  services  and  expenses  of  projects  and purposes authorized by
    16      section 92-s of the state finance law to receive  funding  from  the
    17      open  space  account in accordance with a programmatic and financial
    18      plan to be approved by the director of the budget, including  subal-
    19      location  to  other state departments and agencies, according to the
    20      following:
    21    Costs related to the acquisition of the following properties:   Atlan-
    22      tic  Coast,  Long Island Sound Coastal Area, Long Island South Shore
    23      Estuary  Reserve,  Peconic  Pinelands  Maritime  Reserve   Projects,
    24      Central  Pine Barrens, Hudson River projects, Western Suffolk/Nassau
    25      Special Groundwater Protection Areas, Mott Haven-Port Morris  Water-
    26      front, Bronx River Greenway, Inner City/Underserved Community Parks,
    27      Long Pond/Butler Woods, Staten Island Greenbelt, Staten Island Blue-
    28      belt,  Staten  Island  Wet  Woods, Great Swamp, Neversink Highlands,
    29      Plutarch/Black Creek Wetlands Complex, New York Highlands,  Northern
    30      Putnam  Greenway,  Shawangunk Mountains, Catskill Mountain/ Delaware
    31      River Region, Beaverkill/ Willowemoc, Hudson River  Estuary/Greenway
    32      Trail/Quadricentennial  Legacy Trail Corridor, Catskill Unfragmented
    33      Forest, Catskill River and Road Corridors, Long Path, New York  City
    34      Watershed Lands, Taconic Ridge/Harlem Valley, Albany Pine Bush, Five
    35      Rivers Environmental Education Center, Batten Kill Watershed-Sarato-
    36      ga  National Historic Park View shed, Washington County Agricultural
    37      Lands-Saratoga  National  Historic  Park  View  shed,  Lake   George
    38      watershed, Lake Champlain watershed, Boeselager forestry, Rensselaer
    39      plateau,  Oomsdale  Farm  and  Surrounding  Landscape,  Hudson River
    40      Gorge, Susquehanna River Valley Corridor, Lake  Champlain  Shoreline
    41      and  Wetlands, Saratoga County, State Forest and Wildlife Management
    42      Area Protection, Follensby  Park,  Undeveloped  Lake  George  Shore,
    43      Whitney  Park, Finch Woodlands, Washington County, Washington County
    44      Grasslands, Recreational Trail  Linkages  and  Networks,  Rome  Sand
    45      Plains,  Black  Creek  Watershed,  Portaferry  Lake,  Tug  Hill Core
    46      Forests and Headwater  Streams,  Tioga  County  Park  Opportunities,
    47      Nelson   Swamp,   Clark   Reservation   State   Park,   State  Parks
    48      Greenbelt/Tompkins County, Cattaraugus Creek and tributaries, North-
    49      ern Montezuma Wetlands, Seneca Army Depot  Conservation  Area,  Lake
    50      Erie   Tributary  Gorges,  Two  Rivers  State  Park,  Buffalo  River
    51      Watershed,  Braddock  Bay,   Catharine   Valley   Complex,   Genesee

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                        DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1      Greenway/Recreationway,  Hi  Tor/Bristol Hills, Allegany State Park,
     2      Great Lakes Shorelines and Niagara  River,  Long  Island  Trail  and
     3      Greenway  System,  Bronx  Harlem  Greenway,  Harbor  Herons Wildlife
     4      Complex,  Schunnemunk Mountain/Moodna Creek/Woodcock Mountain, Held-
     5      erberg Escarpment,  and  Western  Finger  Lakes:  Conesus,  Hemlock,
     6      Canadice  &  Honeoye,  Hand  Hollow Conservation Area, Northern Flow
     7      River Corridors, Black River Valley Corridor, Fort Drum Conservation
     8      Partnership Project, Herkimer Home Viewshed, Inman Gulf,  Massawepie
     9      Mire,  Moose  River  Corridor, St. Lawrence River Islands, Shoreline
    10      and Wetlands, Carpenter  Falls/Bear  Swamp  Creek  Corridor,  Salmon
    11      River  Corridor,  Emerald  Necklace,  Finger  Lakes Shorelines, Long
    12      Distance Trail Corridors, Statewide Small Projects,  Working  Forest
    13      Lands,  State  Park and State Historic Site Protection, (a) notwith-
    14      standing any law to the contrary, $1,000,000 from the land  acquisi-
    15      tion  allocation  for  urban forestry projects provided that no less
    16      than $500,000 shall be made available for such  programs  in  cities
    17      and  towns  with  populations of 65,000 or more; (b) notwithstanding
    18      any law to the contrary, $2,000,000 from the land acquisition  allo-
    19      cation to the land trust alliance for the purpose of awarding grants
    20      on a competitive basis to local land trusts, provided that up to ten
    21      percent  of  such  amount  may  be made available for administrative
    22      costs and/or technical assistance; (c) notwithstanding  any  law  to
    23      the  contrary,  not  less  than  $3,000,000  for land acquisition in
    24      department  of  environmental  conservation  regions  1,  2  and  3;
    25      $500,000 for a resiliency planting program (09LA16ER) (24703) ......
    26      40,000,000 ....................................... (re. $20,060,000)
    27    Albany  Pine  Bush  Preserve  Commission,  with $50,000 to the city of
    28      Schenectady for the Woodlawn Preserve (09AP16ER) (24828) ...........
    29      2,675,000 ............................................. (re. $2,000)
    30    Agricultural non-point source abatement and control projects, notwith-
    31      standing any law to the  contrary,  (a)  $1,000,000  shall  be  made
    32      available  for services and expenses of the Cornell University Inte-
    33      grated Pest Management program;  and  (b)  $500,000  shall  be  made
    34      available to the Cornell Cooperative Extension of Suffolk County for
    35      nutrient   management   planning   and   implementation   activities
    36      (09AN16ER) (24832) ... 19,000,000 ................. (re. $5,364,000)
    37    Non-agricultural  non-point  source  abatement  and  control  projects
    38      notwithstanding  any  law  to  the contrary, $550,000 of such amount
    39      shall be  made  available  for  Cornell  community  integrated  pest
    40      management  and including $250,000 to the county of Rockland for the
    41      development of a long-term water  conservation  strategy  (09NP16ER)
    42      (24833) ... 8,000,000 ............................. (re. $3,191,000)
    43    Agriculture  and  farmland  protection activities, notwithstanding any
    44      law to the contrary, $1,000,000 shall be made available to  the  tug
    45      hill  tomorrow  land  trust  for  army compatible use buffer program
    46      projects around Fort Drum, and $70,000 shall be  made  available  to
    47      Cornell  University for services and expenses of land classification
    48      and master list of soils (09FP16ER) (24825) ........................
    49      20,000,000 ....................................... (re. $12,668,000)
    50    Biodiversity stewardship and research; notwithstanding any law to  the
    51      contrary,  any  or all of this amount shall be used for the New York
    52      state landowner incentive program  to  offer  grants  awarded  on  a

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                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25

     1      competitive  basis  to  landowners for the implementation of habitat
     2      conservation plans and up to $500,000  of  this  amount  to  support
     3      pollinator  diversity,  including  the  development of bee husbandry
     4      best management practices such as pest and pathogen controls; creat-
     5      ing  diversity  of  pollinator  habitats;  research  to  understand,
     6      prevent and recover from pollinator losses; and outreach and  educa-
     7      tion (09BD16ER) (24827) ... 1,000,000 ................. (re. $7,000)
     8    Notwithstanding  any law to the contrary, for the Hudson River Estuary
     9      Management Plan prepared pursuant to section 11-0306 of the environ-
    10      mental conservation law, $800,000 of which shall be for  the  Mohawk
    11      river action plan (09HE16ER) (24836) ... 5,000,000 .. (re. $384,000)
    12    Notwithstanding  any  law to the contrary, to the Erie County Soil and
    13      Water Conservation District for the Lake Erie  Watershed  Protection
    14      Alliance (09LE16ER) (25764) ... 250,000 ............. (re. $200,000)
    15    Notwithstanding  any law to the contrary, for the state share of costs
    16      of wastewater treatment improvement projects undertaken  by  munici-
    17      palities  to  upgrade municipal systems to meet stormwater, combined
    18      sewer overflow, sanitary sewer  overflow  and  wastewater  treatment
    19      discharge  requirements  with  priority given to systems that are in
    20      violation of title 8 of article 17 of the environmental conservation
    21      law and aquatic habitat restoration projects undertaken  by  munici-
    22      palities  and not-for-profit corporations for aquatic habitat resto-
    23      ration projects as defined in subdivision 1 of  section  56-0101  of
    24      the  environmental  conservation  law; including up to $3,000,000 to
    25      Suffolk county to provide a 50 percent match for a program developed
    26      in consultation with the department for  research,  development  and
    27      pilot projects to develop cost effective methods to address nitrogen
    28      and  pathogen  loading  from  septic  system or cesspool effluent or
    29      other sources or to support such efforts  without  a  match  at  the
    30      state  university  of  Stony  Brook directly or through its research
    31      foundation and $1,500,000 for Suffolk county for  sewer  improvement
    32      projects;  and  including  $5,000,000  for Nassau county for the Bay
    33      park wastewater treatment plant outfall pipe, associated  conveyance
    34      systems,  nitrogen  abatement  treatment works, ocean outfall and/or
    35      connections; including $1,000,000 to maximize  the  availability  of
    36      drug  collection  programs  for  communities  throughout  the state,
    37      including to local law enforcement agencies  for  the  purchase  and
    38      distribution of tamper proof drug collection boxes, and other feder-
    39      ally  approved  drug collection programs, and including $750,000 for
    40      the city of Corning Denison Park stormwater outfall pipe  (09WQ16ER)
    41      (24837) ... 20,000,000 ............................ (re. $4,007,000)
    42    Notwithstanding  any  law to the contrary for New York ocean and Great
    43      Lakes ecosystem conservation projects, consistent  with  the  policy
    44      articulated  in  article  14  of the environmental conservation law;
    45      including $200,000 to Suffolk county for  the  Peconic  Bay  Estuary
    46      Program (09GL16ER) (24830) ... 15,000,000 ......... (re. $2,681,000)
    47    Notwithstanding any law to the contrary, for the implementation of the
    48      recommendations of the invasive species task force prepared pursuant
    49      to chapter 324 of the laws of 2003 and for the purposes set forth in
    50      chapter 674 of the laws of 2007 including not less than $450,000 for
    51      Lake  George,  provided that not less than $5,550,000 be made avail-
    52      able for invasive species eradication, including but not limited  to

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                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1      southern  pine beetle, emerald ash borer, and hydrilla and including
     2      grants related to the control and management of invasive species.
     3    Such  funding  for  grants shall be provided on a competitive basis in
     4      consultation with the New York Invasive Species  Council  (09IS16ER)
     5      (24704) ... 12,000,000 ............................ (re. $1,032,000)
     6    Notwithstanding  any  law  to  the  contrary,  for  Agricultural Waste
     7      Management projects (09AW16ER) (24826) .............................
     8      1,500,000 ............................................. (re. $8,000)
     9    Notwithstanding any law to the contrary, for a public waterway  recon-
    10      struction  program to be established and administered by the depart-
    11      ment of state, at the request of any county, city, town, village  or
    12      other governmental entity, for projects to dredge, clear, and repair
    13      public waterways, according to best practices, that allow for proac-
    14      tively  managing  public  waterways. Funds appropriated herein shall
    15      provide fifty percent reimbursement to such localities  for  author-
    16      ized expenditures (09DR16ER) (25704) ...............................
    17      1,000,000 ......................................... (re. $1,000,000)
    18    Notwithstanding  any law to the contrary, and within amounts appropri-
    19      ated, for a free water testing pilot program to be  established  and
    20      administered  by  the department of health, or pursuant to contracts
    21      with laboratories, within one hundred and twenty  days  whereby,  at
    22      the  request  of  any  individual,  public  water  system, or school
    23      district, the department shall cause to be provided to such individ-
    24      ual, public water system, or school district a container or contain-
    25      ers for the collection of a sample of drinking water and  the  means
    26      to  forward  such  sample  to  a laboratory to be tested for contam-
    27      inants. The results of such test shall be forwarded to the  individ-
    28      ual,  public  water  system, or school district by the laboratory as
    29      soon as practicable (09WT16ER) (25710) .............................
    30      1,500,000 ........................................... (re. $732,000)
 
    31  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2015:
    32    For services and expenses  of  projects  and  purposes  authorized  by
    33      section  92-s  of  the state finance law to receive funding from the
    34      open space account in accordance with a programmatic  and  financial
    35      plan  to be approved by the director of the budget, including subal-
    36      location to other state departments and agencies, according  to  the
    37      following:
    38    Costs  related to the acquisition of the following properties:  Atlan-
    39      tic Coast, Long Island Sound Coastal Area, Long Island  South  Shore
    40      Estuary   Reserve,  Peconic  Pinelands  Maritime  Reserve  Projects,
    41      Central Pine Barrens, Hudson River projects, Western  Suffolk/Nassau
    42      Special  Groundwater Protection Areas, Mott Haven-Port Morris Water-
    43      front, Bronx River Greenway, Inner City/Underserved Community Parks,
    44      Long Pond/Butler Woods, Staten Island Greenbelt, Staten Island Blue-
    45      belt, Staten Island Wet Woods,  Great  Swamp,  Neversink  Highlands,
    46      Plutarch/Black  Creek Wetlands Complex, New York Highlands, Northern
    47      Putnam Greenway, Shawangunk Mountains, Catskill  Mountain/  Delaware
    48      River  Region, Beaverkill/ Willowemoc, Hudson River Estuary/Greenway
    49      Trail/Quadricentennial Legacy Trail Corridor, Catskill  Unfragmented
    50      Forest,  Catskill River and Road Corridors, Long Path, New York City
    51      Watershed Lands, Taconic Ridge/Harlem Valley, Albany Pine Bush, Five

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                        DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25

     1      Rivers Environmental Education Center, Batten Kill Watershed-Sarato-
     2      ga National Historic Park View shed, Washington County  Agricultural
     3      Lands-Saratoga   National  Historic  Park  View  shed,  Lake  George
     4      watershed, Lake Champlain watershed, Boeselager forestry, Rensselaer
     5      plateau,  Oomsdale  Farm  and  Surrounding  Landscape,  Hudson River
     6      Gorge, Susquehanna River Valley Corridor, Lake  Champlain  Shoreline
     7      and  Wetlands, Saratoga County, State Forest and Wildlife Management
     8      Area Protection, Follensby  Park,  Undeveloped  Lake  George  Shore,
     9      Whitney  Park, Finch Woodlands, Washington County, Washington County
    10      Grasslands, Recreational Trail  Linkages  and  Networks,  Rome  Sand
    11      Plains,  Black  Creek  Watershed,  Portaferry  Lake,  Tug  Hill Core
    12      Forests and Headwater  Streams,  Tioga  County  Park  Opportunities,
    13      Nelson   Swamp,   Clark   Reservation   State   Park,   State  Parks
    14      Greenbelt/Tompkins County, Cattaraugus Creek and tributaries, North-
    15      ern Montezuma Wetlands, Seneca Army Depot  Conservation  Area,  Lake
    16      Erie   Tributary  Gorges,  Two  Rivers  State  Park,  Buffalo  River
    17      Watershed,  Braddock  Bay,   Catharine   Valley   Complex,   Genesee
    18      Greenway/Recreationway,  Hi  Tor/Bristol Hills, Allegany State Park,
    19      Great Lakes Shorelines and Niagara  River,  Long  Island  Trail  and
    20      Greenway  System,  Bronx  Harlem  Greenway,  Harbor  Herons Wildlife
    21      Complex, Schunnemunk Mountain/Moodna Creek/Woodcock Mountain,  Held-
    22      erberg  Escarpment,  and  Western  Finger  Lakes:  Conesus, Hemlock,
    23      Canadice & Honeoye, Long Distance Trail Corridors,  Statewide  Small
    24      Projects,  Working  Forest Lands, State Park and State Historic Site
    25      Protection, (a) notwithstanding any law to the contrary,  $1,000,000
    26      from  the  land  acquisition  allocation for urban forestry projects
    27      provided that no less than $500,000 shall be made available for such
    28      programs in cities and towns with populations of 65,000 or more; (b)
    29      notwithstanding any law to the contrary, $2,000,000  from  the  land
    30      acquisition allocation to the land trust alliance for the purpose of
    31      awarding  grants  on  a  competitive  basis  to  local  land trusts,
    32      provided that up to ten percent of such amount may be made available
    33      for administrative costs and/or technical assistance;  (c)  $250,000
    34      for  a  resiliency planting program; and, notwithstanding any law to
    35      the contrary, not less  than  $1,000,000  for  land  acquisition  in
    36      department   of  environmental  conservation  regions  1,  2  and  3
    37      (09LA15ER) (24703) ... 26,550,000 ................. (re. $3,548,000)
    38    Agricultural  non-point  source   abatement   and   control   projects
    39      (09AN15ER) (24832) ... 14,200,000 ................. (re. $4,746,000)
    40    Non-agricultural  non-point  source  abatement  and  control  projects
    41      (09NP15ER) (24833) ... 4,800,000 .................... (re. $873,000)
    42    Agriculture and farmland protection  activities,  notwithstanding  any
    43      law  to  the contrary, $1,000,000 shall be made available to the tug
    44      hill tomorrow land trust for  army  compatible  use  buffer  program
    45      projects around Fort Drum (09FP15ER) (24825) .......................
    46      15,000,000 ........................................ (re. $4,329,000)
    47    Notwithstanding  any law to the contrary, for the Hudson River Estuary
    48      Management Plan prepared pursuant to section 11-0306 of the environ-
    49      mental conservation law, $800,000 of which shall be for  the  Mohawk
    50      river action plan and $200,000 of which shall be for the Peconic Bay
    51      Estuary Program (09HE15ER) (24836) ... 4,700,000 .... (re. $433,000)

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                        DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1    Notwithstanding   any  law  to  the  contrary,  for  state  assistance
     2      payments, pursuant to a smart growth program, provided on a  compet-
     3      itive  basis,  to counties, cities, towns, or villages to establish,
     4      update or implement comprehensive plans in a manner consistent  with
     5      smart  growth;  provided,  however,  that  up  to 25 percent of such
     6      payments may be awarded to  not-for-profit  organizations  for  such
     7      purposes (09SG15ER) (24824) ... 600,000 ............. (re. $300,000)
     8    Notwithstanding  any law to the contrary, for the state share of costs
     9      of wastewater treatment improvement projects undertaken  by  munici-
    10      palities  to  upgrade municipal systems to meet stormwater, combined
    11      sewer overflow, sanitary sewer  overflow  and  wastewater  treatment
    12      discharge  requirements  with  priority given to systems that are in
    13      violation of title 8 of article 17 of the environmental conservation
    14      law and aquatic habitat restoration projects undertaken  by  munici-
    15      palities  and not-for-profit corporations for aquatic habitat resto-
    16      ration projects as defined in subdivision 1 of  section  56-0101  of
    17      the  environmental  conservation  law; including up to $3,000,000 to
    18      Suffolk county to provide a 50 percent match for a program developed
    19      in consultation with the department for  research,  development  and
    20      pilot projects to develop cost effective methods to address nitrogen
    21      and  pathogen  loading  from  septic  system or cesspool effluent or
    22      other sources or to support such efforts  without  a  match  at  the
    23      state  university  of  Stony  Brook directly or through its research
    24      foundation (09WQ15ER) (24837) ... 8,000,000 ......... (re. $121,000)
    25    Notwithstanding any law to the contrary for New York ocean  and  Great
    26      Lakes  ecosystem  conservation  projects, consistent with the policy
    27      articulated in article 14  of  the  environmental  conservation  law
    28      (09GL15ER) (24830) ... 6,050,000 .................. (re. $1,039,000)
    29    Notwithstanding any law to the contrary, for the implementation of the
    30      recommendations of the invasive species task force prepared pursuant
    31      to chapter 324 of the laws of 2003 and for the purposes set forth in
    32      chapter 674 of the laws of 2007 including not less than $450,000 for
    33      Lake  George,  provided that not less than $1,000,000 be made avail-
    34      able for invasive species eradication, and including grants  related
    35      to  the control and management of invasive species. Such funding for
    36      grants shall be provided on a competitive basis in consultation with
    37      the New York Invasive Species Council (09IS15ER) (24704) ...........
    38      5,850,000 ........................................... (re. $174,000)
    39    Notwithstanding any  law  to  the  contrary,  for  Agricultural  Waste
    40      Management projects (09AW15ER) (24826) .............................
    41      1,500,000 ............................................ (re. $25,000)
 
    42  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2014:
    43    For  services  and  expenses  of  projects  and purposes authorized by
    44      section 92-s of the state finance law to receive  funding  from  the
    45      open  space  account in accordance with a programmatic and financial
    46      plan to be approved by the director of the budget, including  subal-
    47      location  to  other state departments and agencies, according to the
    48      following:
    49    Costs related to the acquisition of the following properties:   Atlan-
    50      tic  Coast,  Long Island Sound Coastal Area, Long Island South Shore
    51      Estuary  Reserve,  Peconic  Pinelands  Maritime  Reserve   Projects,

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                        DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25

     1      Central  Pine Barrens, Hudson River projects, Western Suffolk/Nassau
     2      Special Groundwater Protection Areas, Inner City/Underserved  Commu-
     3      nity  Parks, Long Pond/Butler Woods, Staten Island Greenbelt, Staten
     4      Island  Bluebelt,  Staten  Island  Wet Woods, Great Swamp, Neversink
     5      Highlands, Plutarch/Black Creek Wetlands  Complex,  New  York  High-
     6      lands,  Northern  Putnam  Greenway,  Shawangunk  Mountains, Catskill
     7      Mountain/ Delaware  River  Region,  Beaverkill/  Willowemoc,  Hudson
     8      River Estuary/Greenway Trail/Quadricentennial Legacy Trail Corridor,
     9      Catskill  Unfragmented  Forest,  Catskill  River and Road Corridors,
    10      Long Path, New  York  City  Watershed  Lands,  Taconic  Ridge/Harlem
    11      Valley,  Albany  Pine  Bush,  Five  Rivers  Environmental  Education
    12      Center, Batten Kill Watershed-Saratoga National Historic  Park  View
    13      shed, Washington County Agricultural Lands-Saratoga National Histor-
    14      ic  Park View shed, Lake George watershed, Lake Champlain watershed,
    15      Boeselager forestry, Rensselaer plateau, Oomsdale Farm and Surround-
    16      ing Landscape, Hudson River Gorge, Susquehanna River  Valley  Corri-
    17      dor,  Lake  Champlain Shoreline and Wetlands, Saratoga County, State
    18      Forest and Wildlife  Management  Area  Protection,  Follensby  Park,
    19      Undeveloped  Lake George Shore, Whitney Park, Finch Woodlands, Wash-
    20      ington County,  Washington  County  Grasslands,  Recreational  Trail
    21      Linkages  and  Networks,  Rome  Sand  Plains, Black Creek Watershed,
    22      Portaferry Lake, Tug Hill Core Forests and Headwater Streams,  Tioga
    23      County  Park  Opportunities,  Nelson  Swamp, Clark Reservation State
    24      Park, State Parks Greenbelt/Tompkins County, Cattaraugus  Creek  and
    25      tributaries,  Northern Montezuma Wetlands, Lake Erie Tributary Gorg-
    26      es, Two Rivers State Park, Buffalo River  Watershed,  Braddock  Bay,
    27      Catharine   Valley   Complex,   Genesee  Greenway/Recreationway,  Hi
    28      Tor/Bristol Hills, Allegany State Park, Great Lakes  Shorelines  and
    29      Niagara  River,  Long Island Trail and Greenway System, Bronx Harlem
    30      Greenway,    Harbor    Herons    Wildlife    Complex,    Schunnemunk
    31      Mountain/Moodna  Creek/Woodcock Mountain, Helderberg Escarpment, and
    32      Western Finger Lakes: Conesus, Hemlock,  Canadice  &  Honeoye,  Long
    33      Distance  Trail  Corridors, Statewide Small Projects, Working Forest
    34      Lands, State Park and State Historic Site Protection,  (a)  notwith-
    35      standing  any law to the contrary, $1,000,000 from the land acquisi-
    36      tion allocation for urban forestry projects provided  that  no  less
    37      than  $250,000  shall  be made available for such programs in cities
    38      and towns with populations of 65,000 or  more;  (b)  notwithstanding
    39      any  law to the contrary, $2,000,000 from the land acquisition allo-
    40      cation to the land trust alliance for the purpose of awarding grants
    41      on a competitive basis to local land trusts, provided that up to ten
    42      percent of such amount may  be  made  available  for  administrative
    43      costs  and/or  technical  assistance;  (c) $250,000 for a resiliency
    44      planting program; (d)  notwithstanding  any  law  to  the  contrary,
    45      $1,500,000  for  land  acquisition  in  Department  of Environmental
    46      Conservation Regions 1, 2 and 3 (09LA14ER) (24703) .................
    47      21,650,000 .......................................... (re. $893,000)
    48    Agricultural  non-point  source   abatement   and   control   projects
    49      (09AN14ER) (24832) ... 14,200,000 ................. (re. $2,597,000)
    50    Non-agricultural  non-point  source  abatement  and  control  projects
    51      (09NP14ER) (24833) ... 4,500,000 .................... (re. $498,000)

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                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1    Agriculture and farmland protection  activities,  notwithstanding  any
     2      law  to  the contrary, not less than $1,000,000 shall be made avail-
     3      able to the tug hill tomorrow land trust  for  army  compatible  use
     4      buffer program projects around Fort Drum (09FP14ER) (24825) ........
     5      14,000,000 ........................................ (re. $5,302,000)
     6    Notwithstanding  any law to the contrary, for the state share of costs
     7      of wastewater treatment improvement projects undertaken  by  munici-
     8      palities  to  upgrade municipal systems to meet stormwater, combined
     9      sewer overflow, sanitary sewer  overflow  and  wastewater  treatment
    10      discharge  requirements  with  priority given to systems that are in
    11      violation of title 8 of article 17 of the environmental conservation
    12      law and aquatic habitat restoration projects undertaken  by  munici-
    13      palities  and not-for-profit corporations for aquatic habitat resto-
    14      ration projects as defined in subdivision 1 of  section  56-0101  of
    15      the environmental conservation law; including up to $3,000,000 to be
    16      allocated  to  Suffolk  county  to  provide a 50 percent match for a
    17      program developed in consultation with the department for  research,
    18      development  and pilot projects to develop cost effective methods to
    19      address nitrogen and pathogen loading from septic system or cesspool
    20      effluent or other sources and the county may transfer a  portion  of
    21      such  funds  to  the  town of Southampton or the state university of
    22      Stonybrook (09WQ14ER) (24837) ... 7,800,000 ......... (re. $309,000)
    23    Notwithstanding any law to the contrary for New York ocean  and  Great
    24      Lakes  ecosystem  conservation  projects, consistent with the policy
    25      articulated in article 14  of  the  environmental  conservation  law
    26      (09GL14ER) (24830) ... 5,050,000 .................... (re. $247,000)
    27    Notwithstanding any law to the contrary, for the implementation of the
    28      recommendations of the invasive species task force prepared pursuant
    29      to chapter 324 of the laws of 2003 and for the purposes set forth in
    30      chapter 674 of the laws of 2007 including not less than $550,000 for
    31      Lake  George,  provided that not less than $1,000,000 be made avail-
    32      able for invasive species eradication, and including grants  related
    33      to  the control and management of invasive species. Such funding for
    34      grants shall be provided on a competitive basis in consultation with
    35      the New York Invasive Species Council (09IS14ER) (24704) ...........
    36      4,700,000 ............................................ (re. $98,000)
 
    37  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2013:
    38    For services and expenses  of  projects  and  purposes  authorized  by
    39      section  92-s  of  the state finance law to receive funding from the
    40      open space account in accordance with a programmatic  and  financial
    41      plan  to be approved by the director of the budget, including subal-
    42      location to other state departments and agencies, according  to  the
    43      following:
    44    Agricultural   non-point   source   abatement   and  control  projects
    45      (09AN13ER) (24832) ... 14,200,000 ................. (re. $4,119,000)
    46    Non-agricultural  non-point  source  abatement  and  control  projects
    47      (09NP13ER) (24833) ... 4,500,000 .................. (re. $1,297,000)
    48    Agriculture  and farmland protection activities (09FP13ER) (24825) ...
    49      13,000,000 ........................................ (re. $3,296,000)
    50    Notwithstanding any law to the contrary, for the Hudson River  Estuary
    51      Management Plan prepared pursuant to section 11-0306 of the environ-

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                        DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1      mental  conservation  law, $800,000 of which shall be for the Mohawk
     2      river action plan (09HE13ER) (24836) ... 3,800,000 .... (re. $6,000)
     3    Notwithstanding  any law to the contrary, for the state share of costs
     4      of wastewater treatment improvement projects undertaken  by  munici-
     5      palities  to  upgrade municipal systems to meet stormwater, combined
     6      sewer overflow, sanitary sewer  overflow  and  wastewater  treatment
     7      discharge  requirements  with  priority given to systems that are in
     8      violation of title 8 of article 17 of the environmental conservation
     9      law and aquatic habitat restoration projects undertaken  by  munici-
    10      palities  and not-for-profit corporations for aquatic habitat resto-
    11      ration projects as defined in subdivision 1 of  section  56-0101  of
    12      the  environmental  conservation  law;  including  $4,000,000  to be
    13      distributed to municipalities pursuant to a competitive grants proc-
    14      ess for natural infrastructure projects  designed  to  mitigate  the
    15      impacts  of floods, storm surge, and other effects of climate change
    16      (09WQ13ER) (24837) ... 6,945,000 .................... (re. $681,000)
    17    Notwithstanding any law to the contrary for New York ocean  and  Great
    18      Lakes  ecosystem  conservation  projects, consistent with the policy
    19      articulated in article 14  of  the  environmental  conservation  law
    20      (09GL13ER) (24830) ... 4,750,000 .................... (re. $294,000)
    21    Notwithstanding any law to the contrary, for the implementation of the
    22      recommendations of the invasive species task force prepared pursuant
    23      to chapter 324 of the laws of 2003 and for the purposes set forth in
    24      chapter 674 of the laws of 2007 including not less than $100,000 for
    25      Lake  George,  provided that not less than $1,000,000 be made avail-
    26      able for invasive species eradication, and including grants  related
    27      to  the control and management of invasive species. Such funding for
    28      grants shall be provided on a competitive basis in consultation with
    29      the New York Invasive Species Council (09IS13ER) (24704) ...........
    30      4,600,000 ........................................... (re. $292,000)
 
    31  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2012:
    32    For services and expenses  of  projects  and  purposes  authorized  by
    33      section  92-s  of  the state finance law to receive funding from the
    34      open space account in accordance with a programmatic  and  financial
    35      plan  to be approved by the director of the budget, including subal-
    36      location to other state departments and agencies, according  to  the
    37      following:
    38    Agricultural   non-point   source   abatement   and  control  projects
    39      (09AN12ER) (24832) ... 13,000,000 ................. (re. $1,138,000)
    40    Non-agricultural  non-point  source  abatement  and  control  projects
    41      (09NP12ER) (24833) ... 4,000,000 .................. (re. $1,094,000)
    42    Agriculture  and farmland protection activities (09FP12ER) (24825) ...
    43      12,000,000 ........................................ (re. $2,831,000)
    44    Notwithstanding any law to the contrary, for the state share of  costs
    45      of  wastewater  treatment improvement projects undertaken by munici-
    46      palities to upgrade municipal systems to meet  stormwater,  combined
    47      sewer  overflow,  sanitary  sewer  overflow and wastewater treatment
    48      discharge requirements with priority given to systems  that  are  in
    49      violation of title 8 of article 17 of the environmental conservation
    50      law  and  aquatic habitat restoration projects undertaken by munici-
    51      palities and not-for-profit corporations for aquatic habitat  resto-

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                        DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1      ration  projects  as  defined in subdivision 1 of section 56-0101 of
     2      the environmental conservation law and not less than $300,000 for  a
     3      total  maximum  daily  load  study for the Western Bays in the South
     4      Shore Estuary Reserve (09WQ12ER) (24837) ...........................
     5      2,932,000 ........................................... (re. $990,000)
     6    Notwithstanding  any  law to the contrary for New York ocean and Great
     7      Lakes ecosystem conservation projects, consistent  with  the  policy
     8      articulated  in  article  14  of  the environmental conservation law
     9      (09GL12ER) (24830) ... 4,728,000 ..................... (re. $69,000)
 
    10  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2011:
    11    For services and expenses  of  projects  and  purposes  authorized  by
    12      section  92-s  of  the state finance law to receive funding from the
    13      open space account in accordance with a programmatic  and  financial
    14      plan  to be approved by the director of the budget, including subal-
    15      location to other state departments and agencies, according  to  the
    16      following:
    17    Costs  related to the acquisition of the following properties:  Atlan-
    18      tic Coast, Long Island Sound Coastal Area, Long Island  South  Shore
    19      Estuary   Reserve,  Peconic  Pinelands  Maritime  Reserve  Projects,
    20      Central Pine Barrens, Hudson River projects, Western  Suffolk/Nassau
    21      Special  Groundwater Protection Areas, Inner City/Underserved Commu-
    22      nity Parks, Long Pond/Butler Woods, Staten Island Greenbelt,  Staten
    23      Island  Bluebelt,  Staten  Island  Wet Woods, Great Swamp, Neversink
    24      Highlands, Plutarch/Black Creek Wetlands  Complex,  New  York  High-
    25      lands,  Northern  Putnam  Greenway,  Shawangunk  Mountains, Catskill
    26      Mountain/Delaware River Region, Beaverkill/Willowemoc, Hudson  River
    27      Estuary/Greenway Trail/Quadricentennial Legacy Trail Corridor, Cats-
    28      kill  Unfragmented  Forest,  Catskill River and Road Corridors, Long
    29      Path, New York City Watershed Lands,  Taconic  Ridge/Harlem  Valley,
    30      Albany Pine Bush, Five Rivers Environmental Education Center, Batten
    31      Kill Watershed-Saratoga National Historic Park View shed, Washington
    32      County Agricultural Lands-Saratoga National Historic Park View shed,
    33      Lake  George  watershed, Lake Champlain watershed, Boeselager fores-
    34      try, Catskill River and Road corridor,  Rensselaer  plateau,  Hudson
    35      River  Gorge,  Susquehanna  River  Valley  Corridor,  Lake Champlain
    36      Shoreline and Wetlands, Saratoga County, State Forest  and  Wildlife
    37      Management  Area Protection, Follensby Park, Undeveloped Lake George
    38      Shore, Whitney Park, Finch Woodlands, Washington County,  Washington
    39      County  Grasslands,  Recreational  Trail Linkages and Networks, Rome
    40      Sand Plains, Portaferry Lake, Tug Hill Core  Forests  and  Headwater
    41      Streams, Tioga County Park Opportunities, Nelson Swamp, Clark Reser-
    42      vation  State Park, State Parks Greenbelt/Tompkins County, Cattarau-
    43      gus Creek and tributaries, Lake Erie Tributary  Gorges,  Two  Rivers
    44      State  Park, Buffalo River Watershed, Braddock Bay, Catharine Valley
    45      Complex, Genesee Greenway/Recreationway, Allegany State Park,  Great
    46      Lakes  Shorelines  and Niagara River, Long Distance Trail Corridors,
    47      Statewide Small Projects, Working Forest Lands, State Park and State
    48      Historic Site Protection, (a) notwithstanding any law to the contra-
    49      ry, $500,000 from the land acquisition allocation for urban forestry
    50      projects provided that no less than $250,000 shall be made available
    51      for such programs in cities with populations of 65,000 or more;  (b)

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                        DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1      notwithstanding  any  law  to the contrary, $1,575,000 from the land
     2      acquisition allocation to the land trust alliance for the purpose of
     3      awarding grants  on  a  competitive  basis  to  local  land  trusts,
     4      provided that up to ten percent of such amount may be made available
     5      for  administrative  costs  and/or  technical  assistance (09LA11ER)
     6      (24703) ... 17,500,000 ............................... (re. $46,000)
     7    Agricultural  non-point  source   abatement   and   control   projects
     8      (09AN11ER) (24832) ... 13,000,000 ................. (re. $1,810,000)
     9    Non-agricultural  non-point  source  abatement  and  control  projects
    10      (09NP11ER) (24833) ... 4,000,000 .................... (re. $152,000)
    11    Agriculture and farmland protection activities (09FP11ER) (24825)  ...
    12      12,000,000 ........................................ (re. $5,130,000)
    13    Notwithstanding   any  law  to  the  contrary,  for  state  assistance
    14      payments, pursuant to a smart growth program, provided on a  compet-
    15      itive  basis,  to counties, cities, towns, or villages to establish,
    16      update or implement comprehensive plans in a manner consistent  with
    17      smart  growth;  provided,  however,  that  up  to 25 percent of such
    18      payments may be awarded to  not-for-profit  organizations  for  such
    19      purposes (09SG11ER) (24824) ... 300,000 ............. (re. $300,000)
    20    Notwithstanding  any law to the contrary, for the state share of costs
    21      of wastewater treatment improvement projects undertaken  by  munici-
    22      palities  to  upgrade municipal systems to meet stormwater, combined
    23      sewer overflow, sanitary sewer  overflow  and  wastewater  treatment
    24      discharge  requirements  with  priority given to systems that are in
    25      violation of title 8 of article 17 of the environmental conservation
    26      law and aquatic habitat restoration projects undertaken  by  munici-
    27      palities  and not-for-profit corporations for aquatic habitat resto-
    28      ration projects as defined in subdivision 1 of  section  56-0101  of
    29      the environmental conservation law (09WQ11ER) (24837) ..............
    30      2,932,000 ......................................... (re. $1,117,000)
    31    Notwithstanding  any  law to the contrary for New York ocean and Great
    32      Lakes ecosystem conservation projects, consistent  with  the  policy
    33      articulated  in  article  14  of  the environmental conservation law
    34      (09GL11ER) (24830) ... 5,000,000 .................... (re. $238,000)
    35    Notwithstanding any law to the contrary, for the implementation of the
    36      recommendations of the invasive species task force prepared pursuant
    37      to chapter 324 of the laws of 2003 and for the purposes set forth in
    38      chapter 674 of the laws of 2007 including not less than $95,000  for
    39      Lake  George,  provided that not less than $1,000,000 be made avail-
    40      able for invasive species eradication, and including grants  related
    41      to  the control and management of invasive species. Such funding for
    42      grants shall be provided on a competitive basis in consultation with
    43      the New York Invasive Species Council (09IS11ER) (24704) ...........
    44      3,800,000 ........................................... (re. $127,000)
 
    45  By chapter 99, section 1, of the laws of 2010:
    46    For services and expenses  of  projects  and  purposes  authorized  by
    47      section  92-s  of  the state finance law to receive funding from the
    48      open space account in accordance with a programmatic  and  financial
    49      plan  to be approved by the director of the budget, including subal-
    50      location to other state departments and agencies, according  to  the
    51      following:

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                        DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1    Agricultural   non-point   source   abatement   and  control  projects
     2      (09AN10ER) (24832) ... 13,297,000 .................... (re. $76,000)
     3    Non-agricultural  non-point  source  abatement  and  control  projects
     4      (09NP10ER) (24833) ... 3,703,000 .................... (re. $148,000)
     5    Agriculture and farmland protection activities (09FP10ER) (24825)  ...
     6      10,750,000 ........................................ (re. $1,748,000)
     7    Biodiversity  stewardship and research, and notwithstanding any law to
     8      the contrary, $75,000 for Cayuga Island (09BD10ER) (24827) .........
     9      500,000 ............................................. (re. $194,000)
    10    Notwithstanding  any  law  to  the  contrary,  for  state   assistance
    11      payments,  pursuant to a smart growth program, provided on a compet-
    12      itive basis, to counties, cities, towns, or villages  to  establish,
    13      update  or implement comprehensive plans in a manner consistent with
    14      smart growth; provided, however, that  up  to  25  percent  of  such
    15      payments  may  be  awarded  to not-for-profit organizations for such
    16      purposes (09SG10ER) (24824) ... 300,000 ............. (re. $300,000)
    17    Notwithstanding any law to the contrary for New York ocean  and  Great
    18      Lakes  ecosystem  conservation  projects, consistent with the policy
    19      articulated in article 14  of  the  environmental  conservation  law
    20      (09GL10ER) (24830) ... 5,000,000 ..................... (re. $31,000)
 
    21  By chapter 55, section 1, of the laws of 2009:
    22    For  services  and  expenses  of  projects  and purposes authorized by
    23      section 92-s of the state finance law to receive  funding  from  the
    24      open  space  account in accordance with a programmatic and financial
    25      plan to be approved by the director of the budget, including  subal-
    26      location  to  other state departments and agencies, according to the
    27      following:
    28    Non-agricultural  non-point  source  abatement  and  control  projects
    29      (09NP09ER) (24833) ... 5,600,000 .................... (re. $506,000)
    30    Biodiversity  stewardship and research, and notwithstanding any law to
    31      the contrary, $100,000 for Cayuga Island (09BD09ER) (24827) ........
    32      500,000 ............................................. (re. $100,000)
 
    33  By chapter 55, section 1, of the laws of 2009,  as  amended  by  chapter
    34      502, section 5, of the laws of 2009:
    35    Agricultural   non-point   source   abatement   and  control  projects
    36      (09AN09ER) (24832) ... 11,468,000 .................... (re. $66,000)
    37    Notwithstanding  any  law  to  the  contrary,  for  state   assistance
    38      payments,  pursuant to a smart growth program, provided on a compet-
    39      itive basis, to counties, cities, towns, or villages  to  establish,
    40      update  or implement comprehensive plans in a manner consistent with
    41      smart growth; provided, however, that  up  to  25  percent  of  such
    42      payments  may  be  awarded  to not-for-profit organizations for such
    43      purposes (09SG09ER) (24824) ... 400,000 .............. (re. $59,000)
    44    Agriculture and farmland protection activities (09FP09ER) (24825)  ...
    45      22,054,000 ........................................ (re. $1,233,000)
    46    Notwithstanding  any law to the contrary, for the state share of costs
    47      of wastewater treatment improvement projects undertaken  by  munici-
    48      palities  to  upgrade municipal systems to meet stormwater, combined
    49      sewer overflow, sanitary sewer  overflow  and  wastewater  treatment
    50      discharge  requirements  with  priority given to systems that are in

                                           237                        12654-10-4
 
                        DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1      violation of title 8 of article 17 of the environmental conservation
     2      law and aquatic habitat restoration projects undertaken  by  munici-
     3      palities  and not-for-profit corporations for aquatic habitat resto-
     4      ration  projects  as  defined in subdivision 1 of section 56-0101 of
     5      the environmental conservation law (09WQ09ER) (24837) ..............
     6      8,900,000 ........................................... (re. $221,000)
     7    Notwithstanding any law to the contrary for New York ocean  and  Great
     8      Lakes  ecosystem  conservation  projects, consistent with the policy
     9      articulated in article 14  of  the  environmental  conservation  law
    10      (09GL09ER) (24830) ... 5,953,000 ..................... (re. $39,000)
    11    Notwithstanding any law to the contrary, for the implementation of the
    12      recommendations of the invasive species task force prepared pursuant
    13      to chapter 324 of the laws of 2003 and for the purposes set forth in
    14      chapter  674 of the laws of 2007 including not less than $96,000 for
    15      Lake George, provided that not less than $1,000,000 be  made  avail-
    16      able  for invasive species eradication, and including grants related
    17      to the control and management of invasive species. Such funding  for
    18      grants shall be provided on a competitive basis in consultation with
    19      the New York Invasive Species Council (09IS09ER) (24704) ...........
    20      4,794,000 ............................................ (re. $26,000)
 
    21  By  chapter 55, section 1, of the laws of 2008, as amended by chapter 1,
    22      section 4, of the laws of 2009:
    23    Agricultural  non-point  source   abatement   and   control   projects
    24      (09AN08ER) (24832) ... 9,500,000 .................... (re. $334,000)
    25    Non-agricultural  non-point  source  abatement  and  control  projects
    26      (09NP08ER) (24833) ... 4,750,000 .................... (re. $853,000)
    27    Agriculture and farmland protection activities (09FP08ER) (24825)  ...
    28      23,000,000 .......................................... (re. $628,000)
    29    Notwithstanding  any law to the contrary, for the Hudson River Estuary
    30      Management Plan prepared pursuant to section 11-0306 of the environ-
    31      mental  conservation  law  provided  however  that  no   more   than
    32      $1,000,000 shall be used for Hudson-Fulton Champlain Quadricentenni-
    33      al celebrations, projects and programs (09HE08ER) (24836) ..........
    34      5,000,000 ............................................ (re. $11,000)
    35    Notwithstanding   any  law  to  the  contrary,  for  state  assistance
    36      payments, pursuant to a smart growth program, provided on a  compet-
    37      itive  basis,  to counties, cities, towns, or villages to establish,
    38      update or implement comprehensive plans in a manner consistent  with
    39      smart  growth;  provided,  however,  that  up  to 25 percent of such
    40      payments may be awarded to  not-for-profit  organizations  for  such
    41      purposes (09SG08ER) (24824) ... 1,000,000 ............. (re. $4,000)
    42    Notwithstanding  any law to the contrary, for the state share of costs
    43      of wastewater treatment improvement projects undertaken  by  munici-
    44      palities  to  upgrade municipal systems to meet stormwater, combined
    45      sewer overflow, sanitary sewer  overflow  and  wastewater  treatment
    46      discharge  requirements  with  priority given to systems that are in
    47      violation of title 8 of article 17 of the environmental conservation
    48      law and aquatic habitat restoration projects undertaken  by  munici-
    49      palities  and not-for-profit corporations for aquatic habitat resto-
    50      ration projects as defined in subdivision 1 of  section  56-0101  of

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                        DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25

     1      the environmental conservation law (09WQ08ER) (24837) ..............
     2      9,000,000 ........................................... (re. $344,000)
     3    Notwithstanding any law to the contrary, for the implementation of the
     4      recommendations of the invasive species task force prepared pursuant
     5      to chapter 324 of the laws of 2003 and for the purposes set forth in
     6      chapter  674  of  the  laws  of  2007  provided  that  not less than
     7      $1,000,000 be made available for invasive species  eradication,  and
     8      including  grants  related to the control and management of invasive
     9      species. Such funding for grants shall be provided on a  competitive
    10      basis  in  consultation  with  the New York Invasive Species Council
    11      (09IS08ER) (24704) ... 4,000,000 ..................... (re. $49,000)
 
    12  By chapter 55, section 1, of the laws of 2007:
    13    Agriculture and farmland protection activities (09FP07ER) (24825)  ...
    14      28,000,000 ........................................ (re. $1,190,000)
    15    Non-agricultural  non-point  source  abatement  and  control  projects
    16      (09NP07ER) (24833) ... 6,417,000 ..................... (re. $66,000)
    17    Notwithstanding any law to the contrary for New York ocean  and  Great
    18      Lakes  ecosystem  conservation  projects, consistent with the policy
    19      articulated in article 14  of  the  environmental  conservation  law
    20      (09GL07ER) (24830) ... 4,000,000 .................... (re. $442,000)
 
    21  By chapter 55, section 1, of the laws of 2007, as amended by chapter 55,
    22      section 1, of the laws of 2008:
    23    Notwithstanding  any law to the contrary, for the state share of costs
    24      of wastewater treatment improvement projects undertaken  by  munici-
    25      palities  to  upgrade municipal systems to meet stormwater, combined
    26      sewer overflow, sanitary sewer  overflow  and  wastewater  treatment
    27      discharge  requirements  with  priority given to systems that are in
    28      violation of title 8 of article 17 of the environmental conservation
    29      law and aquatic habitat restoration projects undertaken  by  munici-
    30      palities  and not-for-profit corporations for aquatic habitat resto-
    31      ration projects as defined in subdivision 1 of  section  56-0101  of
    32      the environmental conservation law (09WQ07ER) (24837) ..............
    33      10,000,000 ........................................... (re. $39,000)
 
    34  By chapter 55, section 1, of the laws of 2006, as amended by chapter 55,
    35      section 1, of the laws of 2007:
    36    For  services  and  expenses  of  projects  and purposes authorized by
    37      section 92-s of the state finance law to receive  funding  from  the
    38      open  space  account in accordance with a programmatic and financial
    39      plan to be approved by the director of the budget, including  subal-
    40      location  to  other  state departments and agencies, including costs
    41      related to the acquisition of the following properties: Long  Island
    42      Sound Coastal Area, Long Island South Shore Estuary Reserve, Peconic
    43      Pinelands  Maritime  Reserve  Projects, Pine Barrens Core Compatible
    44      Growth Area  and  Critical  Resource  Area,  Western  Suffolk/Nassau
    45      Special Groundwater Protection Area, Inner City/Underserved Communi-
    46      ty  Parks,  Long  Pond/Butler  Wood, Staten Island Greenbelt, Staten
    47      Island Wet Woods, Fahnestock  State  Park,  Great  Swamp,  Neversink
    48      Highlands, Plutarch/Black Creek Wetlands Complex, Highlands Greenway
    49      Corridor,  Mongaup  Valley Wildlife Management Area, Northern Putnam

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                        DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1      Greenway, Schunnemunk Mountain/Moodna Creek/Woodcock Mountain, Ster-
     2      ling Forest,  Shawangunk  Mountains,  Westchester  Marine  Corridor,
     3      Rockland  County Highlands, Catskill Mountain/Delaware River Region,
     4      Beaverkill/Willowemoc, Hudson River Corridor Estuary/Greenway Trail,
     5      Catskill  Unfragmented  Forest,  Long  Path, New York City Watershed
     6      Lands-Croton, Taconic Ridge/Harlem Valley, Albany  Pine  Bush,  Five
     7      Rivers  Environmental  Education Center, Helderberg Escarpment, Pine
     8      Bush-Hudson River Link/Tivoli  Preserve,  Westmere  Woods,  Interna-
     9      tional  Paper  Fee  Lands,  Lake  George  watershed,  Lake Champlain
    10      watershed, Boeselager  forestry,  Domtar/Lyme  Fee  Lands,  Catskill
    11      River and Road corridor, Rensselaer plateau, Franklinton Vlaie Wild-
    12      life  Management  area,  Black  Creek  Marsh/Vly Swamp, Mohawk River
    13      Valley Corridor/Erie Canal, Oomsdale farm and surrounding landscape,
    14      Susquehanna River Valley Corridor, Pilot Knob, Floodwood Camp,  Lake
    15      Champlain Shoreline and Wetlands, Wilton Wildlife Preserve and Park,
    16      Follensby  Park,  National  Lead/Tahawus,  Undeveloped  Lake  George
    17      Shore, Whitney Park, Northern  Flow  River  Corridors,  Recreational
    18      Trail  Linkages  and  Networks,  Bog  River/Beaver  River  Headwater
    19      Complex, Maumee Swamp, Moose River Corridor, Rome Sand Plains, Saint
    20      Lawrence River Islands, Shorelines and Wetlands, Eastern Lake Ontar-
    21      io Shoreline and  Islands,  Tug  Hill  Core  Forests  and  Headwater
    22      Streams,  Tioga County Park Opportunities, Nelson Swamp, Genny-Green
    23      Trail/Link Trail, Clark Reservation State Park, Salmon River  Corri-
    24      dor,  Cattaraugus  Creek and tributaries, Carpenter Falls/Bear Swamp
    25      Creek Corridor, Junius Ponds State Forest  and  Wildlife  Management
    26      Area  Protection,  Tonawanda Creek Watershed, Two Rivers State Park,
    27      Finger Lakes Shoreline, Buffalo/Niagara  River  Corridors,  Northern
    28      Montezuma  Wetlands,  HiTor/Bristol  Hills,  Braddock Bay, Catharine
    29      Valley Complex, Sonnenberg Gardens, Western Finger  Lakes:  Conesus,
    30      Hemlock, Canadice and Honeoye, Genesee Greenway/Recreationway, Alle-
    31      gany  State  Park,  Alder  Bottom Pond/French Creek, Great Lakes and
    32      Niagara River Access Shore Lands and Vistas, Chautauqua Lake Access,
    33      Shore Lands and Vistas, Randolph Swamp, Eighteen Mile  Creek/Hampton
    34      Brook  Woods,  Statewide  Small  Projects, Working Forest Lands, and
    35      State Park  and  State  Historic  Site  Protection,  including:  (a)
    36      notwithstanding  any  law to the contrary, $5,000,000 for the Hudson
    37      River Estuary Management Plan prepared pursuant to  section  11-0306
    38      of  the  environmental conservation law; (b) notwithstanding any law
    39      to the  contrary,  $2,000,000  for  the  Finger  Lakes-Lake  Ontario
    40      Watershed  Protection  Alliance;  (c) notwithstanding any law to the
    41      contrary, $3,000,000 for Soil and Water Conservation District activ-
    42      ities as authorized for reimbursement in section 11-a  of  the  soil
    43      and water conservation districts law; (d) notwithstanding any law to
    44      the  contrary,  $500,000  from  the  land acquisition allocation for
    45      urban forestry projects provided that no less than $250,000 shall be
    46      made available for such  programs  in  cities  with  populations  of
    47      65,000  or  more;  (e)  notwithstanding  any  law  to  the contrary,
    48      $500,000 from the land acquisition  allocation  to  the  land  trust
    49      alliance  for  the purpose of awarding grants on a competitive basis
    50      to local land trusts, provided that up to ten percent of such amount
    51      shall be made available for administrative costs; (f)  notwithstand-
    52      ing  any law to the contrary, $3,000,000 for reimbursement of eligi-

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                        DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1      ble costs related to the New York state quality communities program;
     2      (g) notwithstanding any law to  the  contrary,  $7,000,000  for  the
     3      state  share  costs  of  wastewater  treatment  improvement projects
     4      undertaken  by  municipalities  to upgrade municipal systems to meet
     5      stormwater discharge requirements with  priority  given  to  systems
     6      that  are in violation of title 8 of article 17 of the environmental
     7      conservation law and aquatic habitat restoration projects undertaken
     8      by municipalities and not-for-profit corporations for aquatic  habi-
     9      tat  restoration  projects  as  defined  in subdivision 1 of section
    10      56-0101 of the environmental conservation law;  (h)  notwithstanding
    11      any  law  to  the  contrary  $3,000,000 for New York ocean and Great
    12      Lakes ecosystem conservation projects, consistent  with  the  policy
    13      articulated in article 14 of the environmental conservation law; (i)
    14      notwithstanding  any  law to the contrary, $3,250,000 for the imple-
    15      mentation of the recommendations of the invasive species task  force
    16      prepared  pursuant  to chapter 324 of the laws of 2003 including not
    17      less than $250,000 for Lake George,  provided  that  not  less  than
    18      $1,000,000 be made available for invasive species eradication. Fund-
    19      ing  shall be limited to the preparation of a comprehensive invasive
    20      species management plan, and grants  for  projects  related  to  the
    21      control  and  management of invasive species, education and outreach
    22      efforts,  and  for  projects  aimed  at  the  early  detection   and
    23      prevention  of  invasive  species.  Such funding for grants shall be
    24      provided on a competitive basis in consultation with  the  New  York
    25      State  Invasive  Species Task Force; and (j) notwithstanding any law
    26      to the contrary, $16,505,000  for  non-point  source  abatement  and
    27      control  projects  provided  that  no less than $11,003,000 shall be
    28      made  available  for  agricultural  nonpoint  source  abatement  and
    29      control projects and no less than $5,502,000 shall be made available
    30      for non-agricultural non-point source abatement and control projects
    31      (09E606ER) (24753) ... 121,259,500 .................. (re. $783,000)
 
    32                Project Schedule
    33  PROJECT                               AMOUNT
    34  --------------------------------------------
    35                        (thousands of dollars)
    36  Land acquisition .................... 50,000
    37  Hudson River  Estuary  Manage-
    38    ment Plan .......................... 5,000
    39  Biodiversity  stewardship  and
    40    research ........................... 1,500
    41  County agriculture  and  farm-
    42    land protection activities ........ 23,000
    43  Agricultural non-point source
    44    abatement   and     control
    45    projects .......................... 11,003
    46  Non-agricultural    non-point
    47    source abatement and
    48    control projects ................... 5,502
    49  Soil  and  water  conservation
    50    districts .......................... 3,000
    51  Finger    Lakes-Lake   Ontario

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                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1    Watershed  Protection  Alli-
     2    ance ............................... 2,000
     3  Albany   Pine   Bush  Preserve
     4    Commission ......................... 1,500
     5  Long   Island   Central   Pine
     6    Barrens Planning ................... 1,100
     7  Long  Island South Shore  Estu-
     8    ary Reserve .......................... 900
     9  Quality Communities Projects ......... 3,000
    10  Invasive Species Projects ............ 3,250
    11  Water   Quality    Improvement
    12    Projects ........................... 7,000
    13  New York ocean and Great Lakes
    14    Ecosystem conservation ............. 3,000
    15                                --------------
    16    Total ............................ 120,755
    17                                ==============
 
    18  By chapter 55, section 1, of the laws of 2005, as amended by chapter 55,
    19      section 1, of the laws of 2007:
    20    For  services  and  expenses  of  projects  and purposes authorized by
    21      section 92-s of the state finance law to receive  funding  from  the
    22      open  space  account in accordance with a programmatic and financial
    23      plan to be approved by the director of the budget, including  subal-
    24      location  to  other  state departments and agencies, including costs
    25      related to the acquisition of the following properties: Long  Island
    26      Sound Coastal Area, Long Island South Shore Estuary Reserve, Peconic
    27      Pinelands  Maritime  Reserve  Projects, Pine Barrens Core Compatible
    28      Growth Area  and  Critical  Resource  Area,  Western  Suffolk/Nassau
    29      Special Groundwater Protection Area, Inner City/Underserved Communi-
    30      ty  Parks,  Long  Pond/Butler  Wood, Staten Island Greenbelt, Staten
    31      Island Wet Woods, Fahnestock  State  Park,  Great  Swamp,  Neversink
    32      Highlands, Plutarch/Black Creek Wetlands Complex, Highlands Greenway
    33      Corridor,  Mongaup  Valley Wildlife Management Area, Northern Putnam
    34      Greenway, Schunnemunk Mountain/Moodna Creek/Woodcock Mountain, Ster-
    35      ling Forest,  Shawangunk  Mountains,  Westchester  Marine  Corridor,
    36      Rockland  County Highlands, Catskill Mountain/Delaware River Region,
    37      Beaverkill/Willowemoc, Hudson River Corridor Estuary/Greenway Train,
    38      Catskill Unfragmented Forest, Long Path,  New  York  City  Watershed
    39      Lands-Croton,  Taconic  Ridge/Harlem  Valley, Albany Pine Bush, Five
    40      Rivers Environmental Education Center, Helderberg  Escarpment,  Pine
    41      Bush-Hudson  River Link/Tivoli Preserve, Westmere Woods, Black Creek
    42      Marsh/Vly Swamp, Mohawk River Valley Corridor/Erie Canal, Susquehan-
    43      na River Valley Corridor, Pilot Knob, Floodwood Camp, Lake Champlain
    44      Shoreline and Wetlands, Wilton Wildlife Preserve and Park,  National
    45      Lead/Tahawus,  Undeveloped Lake George Shore, Whitney Park, Northern
    46      Flow River Corridors, Recreational Trail Linkages and Networks,  Bog
    47      River/Beaver  River  Headwater  Complex,  Maumee  Swamp, Moose River
    48      Corridor, Rome Sand Plains, Saint Lawrence River Islands, Shorelines
    49      and Wetlands, Eastern Lake Ontario Shoreline and Islands,  Tug  Hill
    50      Core Forests and Headwater Streams, Tioga County Park Opportunities,
    51      Nelson  Swamp, Genny-Green Trail/Link Trail, Clark Reservation State

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                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1      Park,  Salmon   River   Corridor,   Northern   Montezuma   Wetlands,
     2      HiTor/Bristol Hills, Braddock Bay, Catharine Valley Complex, Sonnen-
     3      berg  Gardens,  Western Finger Lakes: Conesus, Hemlock, Canadice and
     4      Honeoye,  Genesee Greenway/Recreationway, Allegany State Park, Alder
     5      Bottom Pond/French Creek, Great Lakes and Niagara River Access Shore
     6      Lands and Vistas, Chautauqua Lake Access, Shore  Lands  and  Vistas,
     7      Randolph  Swamp,  Eighteen Mile Creek/Hampton Brook Woods, Statewide
     8      Small Projects, Working Forest  Lands,  and  State  Park  and  State
     9      Historic  Site Protection, including: (a) notwithstanding any law to
    10      the contrary, $5,000,000 for the  Hudson  River  Estuary  Management
    11      Plan  prepared  pursuant  to  section  11-0306  of the environmental
    12      conservation law; (b)  notwithstanding  any  law  to  the  contrary,
    13      $1,500,000  for  the  Finger Lakes-Lake Ontario Watershed Protection
    14      Alliance; (c) notwithstanding any law to  the  contrary,  $1,860,000
    15      for  Soil  and  Water Conservation District activities as authorized
    16      for reimbursement in section 11-a of the soil and water conservation
    17      districts law; (d) notwithstanding any law to the contrary, $500,000
    18      from the land acquisition allocation  for  urban  forestry  projects
    19      provided that no less than $250,000 shall be made available for such
    20      programs  in cities with populations of 65,000 or more; (e) notwith-
    21      standing any law to the contrary, $500,000 from the land acquisition
    22      allocation to the land trust alliance for the  purpose  of  awarding
    23      grants on a competitive basis to local land trusts, provided that up
    24      to  ten  percent of such amount shall be made available for adminis-
    25      trative costs; and (f) notwithstanding  any  law  to  the  contrary,
    26      $3,000,000  for  reimbursement  of eligible costs related to the New
    27      York state quality communities program pursuant to chapter 62 of the
    28      laws of 2005 (09E605ER) (24753) ... 84,435,000 ...... (re. $242,000)
 
    29                PROJECT SCHEDULE
    30  PROJECT                               AMOUNT
    31  --------------------------------------------
    32                        (thousands of dollars)
    33  Land acquisition .................... 40,000
    34  Hudson River  Estuary  Manage-
    35    ment Plan .......................... 5,000
    36  Biodiversity  stewardship  and
    37    research ........................... 1,000
    38  County agriculture  and  farm-
    39    land protection activities ........ 16,000
    40  Non-point source abatement and
    41    control projects .................. 11,700
    42  Soil  and  water  conservation
    43    districts .......................... 1,860
    44  Finger   Lakes-Lake    Ontario
    45    Watershed  Protection  Alli-
    46    ance ............................... 1,500
    47  Albany  Pine   Bush   Preserve
    48    Commission ........................... 800
    49  Long   Island   Central   Pine
    50    Barrens Planning ..................... 950

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                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1  Long Island South Shore  Estu-
     2    ary Reserve .......................... 600
     3  Quality Communities Projects ......... 3,000
     4                                --------------
     5    Total ............................. 82,410
     6                                ==============
 
     7  By  chapter 55, section 1, of the laws of 2003, as added by chapter 684,
     8      section 2, of the laws of 2003:
     9    For services and expenses  of  projects  and  purposes  authorized  by
    10      section  92-s  of  the state finance law to receive funding from the
    11      open space account in accordance with a programmatic  and  financial
    12      plan  to be approved by the director of the budget, including subal-
    13      location to other state departments  and  agencies  including  costs
    14      related  to the acquisition of the following properties: Long Island
    15      Sound Coastal Area; Long Island South Shore Estuary Reserve; Peconic
    16      Pinelands Maritime Reserve Projects; Pine Barrens  Core,  Compatible
    17      Growth  Area  and  Critical  Resource  Area;  Western Suffolk/Nassau
    18      Special Groundwater Protection Area; Inner City/Underserved Communi-
    19      ty Parks; Staten Island Greenbelt; Staten Island Wet Woods;  Fahnes-
    20      tock  State  Park;  Great Swamp; Neversink Highlands; Plutarch/Black
    21      Creek Wetland Complex; Highlands Greenway Corridor;  Mongaup  Valley
    22      Wildlife  Management  Area; Catskill Mountain/Delaware River Region;
    23      Schunnemunk  Mountain/Moodna   Creek/Woodcock   Mountain;   Sterling
    24      Forest;    Sawangunk   Mountains;   Westchester   Marine   Corridor;
    25      Beaverkill/Willowemoc; Hudson River Corridor Estuary/Greenway Trail;
    26      Catskill Unfragmented Forest; Long Path;  New  York  City  Watershed
    27      Lands-Croton;  Taconic  Ridge/Harlem  Valley; Albany Pine Bush; Five
    28      Rivers Environmental Education Center; Pine Bush-Hudson River/Tivoli
    29      Preserve; Westmere Woods; Pilot  Knob;  Floodwood  Camp;  McLenitahn
    30      Property;  Lake  Champlain  Shoreline  and Wetlands; Wilton Wildlife
    31      Preserve and Park; National Lead/Hahawus;  Undeveloped  Lake  George
    32      Shore;  Whitney Park; Roden Property; Northern Flow River Corridors;
    33      Recreational Trail Linkages and  Networks;  Bog  River/Beaver  River
    34      Headwater  Complex;  Eastern  Lake  Ontario  Shoreline  and Islands;
    35      Maumee Swamp; Moose River Corridor; Tug Hill Core Forests and  Head-
    36      water   Streams;   Rome   Sand   Plains;   Nelson   Swamp;   Genesee
    37      Greenway/Recreationway;  Genny-Green  Trail/Link   Trail;   Northern
    38      Montezuma  Wetlands;  HiTor/Bristol  Hills;  Western  Finger  Lakes:
    39      Conesus, Hemlock, Canadice, and Honeoye; Allegany State Park;  Alder
    40      Bottom  Pond/French  Creek;  Great  Lakes  and Niagara River Access,
    41      Shore Lands and Vistas; Salmon River Corridor; Braddock Bay;  Catha-
    42      rine  Valley  Complex; Clark Reservation State Park; Chautauqua Lake
    43      Access, Shore  Lands  and  Vistas;  Randolph  Swamp;  Eighteen  Mile
    44      Creek/Hampton  Brook Woods; Statewide Small Projects; Working Forest
    45      Lands; State Park and State Historic Site Protection;  and  Northern
    46      Putnam Greenway (09E603ER) (24753) ... 62,410,000 .... (re. $32,000)
 
    47                Project Schedule
    48  PROJECT                               AMOUNT
    49  --------------------------------------------

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                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1                        (thousands of dollars)
     2  Land acquisition .................... 30,000
     3  Hudson River  Estuary  Manage-
     4    ment Plan .......................... 5,000
     5  Biodiversity  stewardship  and
     6    research ............................. 700
     7  County agriculture  and  farm-
     8    land protection activities ........ 12,000
     9  Non-point source abatement and
    10    control projects .................. 10,100
    11  Soil  and  water  conservation
    12    districts .......................... 1,860
    13  Finger   Lakes-Lake    Ontario
    14    Watershed  Protection  Alli-
    15    ance ............................... 1,300
    16  Albany  Pine   Bush   Preserve
    17    Commission ........................... 400
    18  Long   Island   Central   Pine
    19    Barrens Planning ..................... 700
    20  Long Island South Shore  Estu-
    21    ary Reserve .......................... 350
    22                                --------------
    23    Total ............................. 62,410
    24                                ==============
 
    25  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2002:
    26    For  services  and  expenses  of  projects  and purposes authorized by
    27      section 92-s of the state finance law to receive  funding  from  the
    28      open  space  account in accordance with a programmatic and financial
    29      plan to be approved by the director of the budget, including  subal-
    30      location  to  other  state  departments and agencies including costs
    31      related to the acquisition of the following properties: Long  Island
    32      Sound  Coastal Area including Held Property, Long Island South Shore
    33      Estuary Reserve, Peconic Pinelands Maritime Reserve  Projects,  Pine
    34      Barrens  Core  Compatible  Growth  Area  and Critical Resource Area,
    35      Western Suffolk/Nassau Special Groundwater Protection Area  Undhill,
    36      Inner  City/Underserved  Community Parks - including Bushwick Inlet,
    37      Mount Loretto, Staten Island Greenbelt,  Staten  Island  Wet  Woods,
    38      Fahnestock  State  Park,  Great Swamp, Lundy Estate, Neversink High-
    39      lands, Highlands Greenway Corridor, Mongaup Valley Wildlife  Manage-
    40      ment  Area,  Schunnemunk  Mountain/Moodna  Creek/Woodcock  Mountain,
    41      Sterling Forest, Shawangunk Mountains, Westchester Marine  Corridor,
    42      Beaverkill/Willowemoc, Hudson River Corridor Estuary/Greenway Trail,
    43      Catskill  Unfragmented  Forest,  Long  Path, New York City Watershed
    44      Lands-Croton, Taconic Ridge/Harlem Valley, Albany Pine  Bush,  Olana
    45      Viewshed,   Five   Rivers  Environmental  Education  Center,  Tivoli
    46      Preserve, Cedarlands, Pilot Knob,  Floodwood  Camp,  Lake  Champlain
    47      Shoreline  and Wetlands, Wilton Wildlife Preserve and Park, National
    48      Lead/Tahawus, Undeveloped Lake George Shore, Whitney Park,  Northern
    49      Flow  River Corridors, Recreational Trail Linkages and Networks, Bog
    50      River/Beaver River Headwater Complex, Eastern Lake Ontario Shoreline
    51      and Islands, Minnehaha Tract, Maumee Swamp,  Moose  River  Corridor,

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                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1      Tug  Hill  Core  Forests  and  Headwater  Streams, Rome Sand Plains,
     2      Nelson Swamp, Genesee Greenway/Recreationway, Genny-Green Trail/Link
     3      Trail, Northern Montezuma Wetlands, Hemlock/Canadice/Honeoye  Lakes,
     4      Allegany  State  Park,  Alder  Bottom/French  Creek,  Great  Lakes &
     5      Niagara River Access, Shore Lands & Vistas, Salmon  River  Corridor,
     6      Braddock  Bay, Clark Reservation State park, Chautauqua Lake Access,
     7      Shore Lands and Vistas, Randolf Swamp, Eighteen  Mile  Creek/Hampton
     8      Brook  Woods,  Delaware  River Tailwaters, Statewide Small Projects,
     9      Working  Forest   Lands/Conservation   Easements,   Working   Forest
    10      Lands/Conservation   Easements,  Working  Forest  Lands/Conservation
    11      Easements-Domtar Inc., Working Forest Lands/Conservation  Easements-
    12      Boeselager  Forestry,  and  Working  Forest Lands/Conservation Ease-
    13      ments-Clerical Medical Forestry (09E402ER) (24753) .................
    14      62,630,000 .......................................... (re. $289,000)
 
    15               Project Schedule
    16  PROJECT                               AMOUNT
    17  --------------------------------------------
    18                        (thousands of dollars)
    19  Land acquisition .................... 38,000
    20  Hudson  River  Estuary Manage-
    21    ment Plan .......................... 5,800
    22  Biodiversity  stewardship  and
    23    research ............................. 750
    24  County  agriculture  and farm-
    25    land protection activities ......... 8,000
    26  Non-point source abatement and
    27    control projects ................... 5,500
    28  Soil  and  water  conservation
    29    districts .......................... 1,860
    30  Finger    Lakes-Lake   Ontario
    31    Watershed  Protection  Alli-
    32    ance ............................... 1,300
    33  Albany   Pine   Bush  Preserve
    34    Commission ........................... 370
    35  Long   Island   Central   Pine
    36    Barrens Planning ..................... 700
    37  Long  Island South Shore Estu-
    38    ary Reserve .......................... 350
    39                                --------------
    40    Total ............................. 62,630
    41                                ==============
 
    42  By chapter 55, section 1, of the laws of 1998:
    43    For services and expenses  of  projects  and  purposes  authorized  by
    44      section  92-s  of  the state finance law to receive funding from the
    45      open space account in accordance with a programmatic  and  financial
    46      plan  to  be approved by the director of the budget, including subal
    47      location to other state departments  and  agencies  including  costs
    48      related  to  the  acquisition  of  the following properties: Peconic
    49      Pinelands Maritime Reserve Projects; Pine Barrens Core and  Critical
    50      Resource Areas; Fahnestock State Park; Hudson River Estuary/Greenway

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                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1      Trail; Sterling Forest; New York City Reservoirs-Croton; Albany Pine
     2      Bush;  Genny-Green  Trail;  Whitney Park; Northern Flow River Corri-
     3      dors; Minnehaha Tract;  Blue  Mountain  Lake;  Taconic  Ridge/Harlem
     4      Valley;  Inner  City/Underserved Community Park-Graniteville Quarry;
     5      Chautauqua Lake Access; Working Forest Lands; Bear  Pen/Vly/Roundtop
     6      Mountains;  Shawangunk  Ridge/Minnewaska  State Park Preserve; Mount
     7      Loretto; Floodwood (Boy Scout  Camp);  National  Lead/Tahawus;  Rome
     8      Sand  Plains;  Eastern  Ontario Shoreline; Nelson Swamp; Irondequoit
     9      Bay; Alder Bottom Pond/French Creek; Wilton  Wildlife  Preserve  and
    10      Park; Taughannock Falls State Park; Ess Kay Farm; Watkins Glen State
    11      Park; Mongaup Valley Wildlife Management Area; Five Rivers Education
    12      Center;  Pilot  Knob;  Randolph  Swamp; Olana Viewshed and statewide
    13      small projects (09E498ER) (24753) ... 44,725,000 .. (re. $1,015,000)
 
    14               project schedule
    15  PROJECT                               AMOUNT
    16  --------------------------------------------
    17                        (thousands of dollars)
    18  Land acquisition .................... 32,000
    19  Biodiversity  stewardship  and
    20    research ............................. 300
    21  County  agriculture  and farm-
    22    land protection activities ......... 5,000
    23  Non-point source abatement and
    24    control projects,  including
    25    $1,300,000  which  shall  be
    26    made available to the Finger
    27    Lakes-Lake Ontario Watershed
    28    Protection Alliance ................ 6,300
    29  Albany  Pine   Bush   Preserve
    30    Commission ........................... 220
    31  Long   Island   Central   Pine
    32    Barrens Planning ..................... 630
    33  Long Island South Shore  Estu-
    34    ary Reserve .......................... 275
    35                                --------------
    36    Total ............................. 44,725
    37                                ==============
 
    38  By chapter 55, section 1, of the laws of 1997, as amended by chapter 55,
    39      section 1, of the laws of 2007:
    40    For services and expenses  of  projects  and  purposes  authorized  by
    41      section  92-s  of  the state finance law to receive funding from the
    42      open space account in accordance with a programmatic  and  financial
    43      plan  to be approved by the director of the budget, including subal-
    44      location to other state departments  and  agencies  including  costs
    45      related  to the acquisition of the following properties: Albany Pine
    46      Bush, Northern Flow River Corridors, Alder Bottom Pond/French Creek,
    47      Rome Sand Plains,  Hudson  River  Greenway/Trail,  Fahnestock  State
    48      Park-Hubbard Perkins Conservation Area, Taconic Ridge/Harlem Valley,
    49      Eastern  Ontario Shoreline, Sterling Forest, Staten Island Greenbelt
    50      - St. Francis Seminary, Peconic Pinelands Maritime Reserve Projects,

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                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1      Massawepie Mire, Plateau Mountain, Chautauqua Lake Access, New  York
     2      City  reservoirs-Croton, Ganondagan Historic Site, Moreau Lake state
     3      park, Olana  Viewshed,  Hudson  Valley  Winery,  Staten  Island  Wet
     4      Woods/Paw-Paw  Hybrid Oak Woods, Nelson Swamp, Rockland County High-
     5      lands,   Whitney   Park,   Mt.   Loretto,   Green    Lakes,    Inner
     6      City/Underserved Community Park-Graniteville Quarry, Irondequoit Bay
     7      and Statewide small projects (09E497ER) (24753) ....................
     8      47,090,000 ........................................... (re. $13,000)
 
     9               project schedule
    10  PROJECT                               AMOUNT
    11  --------------------------------------------
    12                        (thousands of dollars)
    13  Land acquisition .................... 36,000
    14  Biodiversity  stewardship  and
    15    research ............................. 275
    16  County  agriculture  and farm-
    17    land protection activities ......... 4,000
    18  Non-point source abatement and
    19    control  projects  including
    20    $653,000 which shall be made
    21    available to county soil and
    22    water conservation districts
    23    and  $1,300,000  which shall
    24    be  made  available  to  the
    25    Finger   Lakes-Lake  Ontario
    26    Watershed  Protection  Alli-
    27    ance ............................... 5,400
    28  Albany   Pine   Bush  Preserve
    29    Commission ........................... 200
    30  Long   Island   Central   Pine
    31    Barrens Planning ..................... 615
    32  Long  Island South Shore Estu-
    33    ary Reserve .......................... 225
    34                                --------------
    35    Total ............................. 46,715
    36                                ==============
 
    37    Capital Projects Funds - Other
    38    Environmental Protection Fund
    39    Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation Account - 30453
    40    Environment and Recreation Purpose
 
    41  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2023:
    42    For  services  and  expenses  of  projects  and purposes authorized by
    43      section 92-s of the state finance law to receive  funding  from  the
    44      parks,  recreation  and  historic preservation account in accordance
    45      with a programmatic and financial plan to be approved by the  direc-
    46      tor  of  the  budget, including suballocation to other state depart-
    47      ments and agencies, according to the following:
    48    Local waterfront revitalization programs, notwithstanding any  law  to
    49      the  contrary, not less than, $10,500,000 for waterfront revitaliza-

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                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1      tion projects which are in or primarily serve areas where demograph-
     2      ic and other relevant data for such areas demonstrate that the areas
     3      are densely populated and  have  sustained  physical  deterioration,
     4      decay,  neglect, or disinvestment, or where a substantial proportion
     5      of the residential population is  of  low  income  or  is  otherwise
     6      disadvantaged and is underserved with respect to the existing recre-
     7      ational  opportunities  in  the  area including up to $2,000,000 for
     8      updates to existing local waterfront revitalization program plans to
     9      mitigate future physical climate risks; and $300,000 for the Niagara
    10      River greenway commission (09WR23ER) (24700) .......................
    11      14,275,000 ....................................... (re. $14,250,000)
    12    Parks, recreation and historic preservation projects,  notwithstanding
    13      any  law  to  the contrary, not less than, $13,000,000 for municipal
    14      parks projects which are in or primarily  serve  areas  where  demo-
    15      graphic  and other relevant data for such areas demonstrate that the
    16      areas are densely populated  and  have  sustained  physical  deteri-
    17      oration,  decay,  neglect  or  disinvestment  or where a substantial
    18      proportion of the residential population is  of  low  income  or  is
    19      otherwise  disadvantaged  and  is  underserved  with  respect to the
    20      existing recreational  opportunities  in  the  area;  and  including
    21      $250,000 for Tivoli Park; $500,000 for the Hudson River Valley Trail
    22      Grants;  $250,000  to  the  State  University of New York college of
    23      environmental science and forestry; $250,000 to Paul Smith's College
    24      for  the  support  of  the  Adirondack  Park  interpretive  centers;
    25      $200,000 to the Catskill Center for conservation and development for
    26      the support of the Catskill Visitors Center; $225,000 to the Western
    27      New  York  Land  Conservancy  for The Riverline; and $250,000 to the
    28      Town of Amherst for a splash pad (09MP23ER) (24701) ................
    29      26,000,000 ....................................... (re. $25,500,000)
    30    Notwithstanding subdivision 7 of section 92-s of the state finance law
    31      or any other law to the contrary, for services and expenses  of  the
    32      Hudson  River  Park Trust for projects related to the development of
    33      the Hudson River Park consistent with provisions of chapter  592  of
    34      the  laws  of 1998, including but not limited to utility infrastruc-
    35      ture improvements; provided, however, such funds shall not be avail-
    36      able for suballocation to any public benefit corporation  or  public
    37      authority  with  the  exception  of  the Hudson River Park Trust and
    38      shall be available solely for the liabilities incurred by the Hudson
    39      River Park Trust or by other state departments or agencies on behalf
    40      of the Hudson River Park Trust on or after April 1, 1999.   Provided
    41      further  that,  the comptroller is hereby authorized and directed to
    42      release monies to the Hudson River Park Trust in amounts  set  forth
    43      in  a  schedule  approved  by  the director of the budget (09HR23ER)
    44      (24820) ... 4,200,000 ............................. (re. $4,200,000)
    45    Notwithstanding any law to the contrary, for zoos,  botanical  gardens
    46      and aquaria program (09ZB23ER) (24823) .............................
    47      20,000,000 ....................................... (re. $20,000,000)
    48    Notwithstanding any other provisions of law, for the administration of
    49      the  programs  of  section  79-b  of  the  navigation law (09NV23ER)
    50      (25719) ... 2,300,000 ............................. (re. $2,300,000)

                                           249                        12654-10-4
 
                        DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1  The appropriation made by chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2023, is
     2      hereby amended and reappropriated to read:
     3    Notwithstanding  any law to the contrary, for state parks and land and
     4      easement infrastructure, access and stewardship projects which shall
     5      include capital projects: (i) on state parks and state lands  pursu-
     6      ant  to  sections 54-0303 and 56-0307 of the environmental conserva-
     7      tion law; (ii) on state parks or state  owned  lands  and  easements
     8      under  the jurisdiction of the department of environmental conserva-
     9      tion or the office of parks, recreation  and  historic  preservation
    10      for access opportunities for people with disabilities; access to the
    11      State  Forest  Preserve,  State  reforestation,  Wildlife Management
    12      areas  and   conservation   easement   lands;   recreational   trail
    13      construction and maintenance: including but not limited to sustaina-
    14      ble  trail  crews  or other activities related to sustainable use of
    15      the forest preserve and other state lands  that  are  threatened  by
    16      overuse;  Catskill and Adirondack camp ground improvements to public
    17      access and sanitation facilities; environmental education;  facility
    18      improvements; archeological, historic, cultural and natural resource
    19      surveys, forest health surveys, interpretation, and inventories, and
    20      response  to  forest  pests  including  southern pine beetle; Forest
    21      Preserve and state forest unit management planning; invasive species
    22      management; conservation easement public recreation planning;  habi-
    23      tat  restoration  and enhancement; state fish hatchery improvements;
    24      state tree nursery  improvements;  safety  equipment;  water  access
    25      facilities  and  safety improvements; public beach facility develop-
    26      ment and improvement; public access improvements at day  use  areas;
    27      state historic site exterior restoration; and cabin area and camping
    28      facility   development,   restoration   and   reconstruction;  (iii)
    29      $1,000,000  for  Belleayre  Mountain  ski  center   projects;   (iv)
    30      $2,000,000  from  the  public  access  and stewardship allocation to
    31      Parks & Trails New York for the purpose  of  awarding  grants  on  a
    32      competitive  basis  to  local  parks and department of environmental
    33      conservation friends groups, provided that up to ten percent of such
    34      amount may be made available for administrative costs and/or techni-
    35      cal assistance; (v) public  protection  and  emergency  preparedness
    36      purposes;  (vi)  $18,000  to New York Natural Heritage to update the
    37      New York Protected Areas Database; (vii) $8,000,000  for  Adirondack
    38      and  Catskill visitor safety and wilderness protection activities to
    39      address issues relating to overuse; (viii) $100,000 to  the  Adiron-
    40      dack  Mountain  Club  for  the  High  Peaks Information Center; (ix)
    41      $500,000 to the Adirondack Architectural Heritage for a fire  safety
    42      system  at  the  Camp Santanoni Historic Area; and (x) $2,000,000 to
    43      the Ausable River Association and their [acdemic] academic  partners
    44      for a climate change and Adirondack lake ecosystem survey (09ST23ER)
    45      (24702) ... 47,525,000 ........................... (re. $47,525,000)
 
    46  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2022:
    47    For  services  and  expenses  of  projects  and purposes authorized by
    48      section 92-s of the state finance law to receive  funding  from  the
    49      parks,  recreation  and  historic preservation account in accordance
    50      with a programmatic and financial plan to be approved by the  direc-

                                           250                        12654-10-4
 
                        DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1      tor  of  the  budget, including suballocation to other state depart-
     2      ments and agencies, according to the following:
     3    Local  waterfront  revitalization programs, notwithstanding any law to
     4      the contrary, not less than, $10,500,000 for waterfront  revitaliza-
     5      tion projects which are in or primarily serve areas where demograph-
     6      ic and other relevant data for such areas demonstrate that the areas
     7      are  densely  populated  and  have sustained physical deterioration,
     8      decay, neglect, or disinvestment, or where a substantial  proportion
     9      of  the  residential  population  is  of  low income or is otherwise
    10      disadvantaged and is underserved with respect to the existing recre-
    11      ational opportunities in the area including  up  to  $2,000,000  for
    12      updates to existing local waterfront revitalization program plans to
    13      mitigate future physical climate risks; and $200,000 for the Niagara
    14      River greenway commission (09WR22ER) (24700) .......................
    15      16,500,000 ....................................... (re. $16,299,000)
    16    Parks,  recreation and historic preservation projects, notwithstanding
    17      any law to the contrary, not less than,  $13,000,000  for  municipal
    18      parks  projects  which  are  in or primarily serve areas where demo-
    19      graphic and other relevant data for such areas demonstrate that  the
    20      areas  are  densely  populated  and  have sustained physical deteri-
    21      oration, decay, neglect or  disinvestment  or  where  a  substantial
    22      proportion  of  the  residential  population  is of low income or is
    23      otherwise disadvantaged and  is  underserved  with  respect  to  the
    24      existing  recreational  opportunities  in  the  area;  and including
    25      $250,000 for Tivoli Park; $500,000 for the Hudson River Valley Trail
    26      Grants; $150,000 to the State University  of  New  York  college  of
    27      environmental science and forestry; $225,000 to Paul Smith's College
    28      for  the  support  of  the  Adirondack  Park  interpretive  centers;
    29      $150,000 to the Catskill Center for conservation and development for
    30      the support of the  Catskill  Visitors  Center;  and  $3,500,000  to
    31      Scenic  Hudson,  Inc. for the Westchester RiverWalk; and $350,000 to
    32      the Buffalo Museum of Science for the Tifft Nature Preserve accessi-
    33      bilty trail (09MP22ER) (24701) .....................................
    34      26,000,000 ....................................... (re. $25,035,000)
    35    Notwithstanding any law to the contrary, for state parks and land  and
    36      easement infrastructure, access and stewardship projects which shall
    37      include  capital projects: (i) on state parks and state lands pursu-
    38      ant to sections 54-0303 and 56-0307 of the  environmental  conserva-
    39      tion  law;  (ii)  on  state parks or state owned lands and easements
    40      under the jurisdiction of the department of environmental  conserva-
    41      tion  or  the  office of parks, recreation and historic preservation
    42      for access opportunities for people with disabilities; access to the
    43      State Forest  Preserve,  State  reforestation,  Wildlife  Management
    44      areas   and   conservation   easement   lands;   recreational  trail
    45      construction and maintenance: including but not limited to sustaina-
    46      ble trail crews or other activities related to  sustainable  use  of
    47      the  forest  preserve  and  other state lands that are threatened by
    48      overuse; Catskill and Adirondack camp ground improvements to  public
    49      access  and sanitation facilities; environmental education; facility
    50      improvements; archeological, historic, cultural and natural resource
    51      surveys, forest health surveys, interpretation, and inventories, and
    52      response to forest pests  including  southern  pine  beetle;  Forest

                                           251                        12654-10-4
 
                        DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1      Preserve and state forest unit management planning; invasive species
     2      management;  conservation easement public recreation planning; habi-
     3      tat restoration and enhancement; state fish  hatchery  improvements;
     4      state  tree  nursery  improvements;  safety  equipment; water access
     5      facilities and safety improvements; public beach  facility  develop-
     6      ment  and  improvement; public access improvements at day use areas;
     7      state historic site exterior restoration; and cabin area and camping
     8      facility  development,   restoration   and   reconstruction;   (iii)
     9      $1,000,000   for   Belleayre  Mountain  ski  center  projects;  (iv)
    10      $2,000,000 from the public  access  and  stewardship  allocation  to
    11      Parks  &  Trails  New  York  for the purpose of awarding grants on a
    12      competitive basis to local parks  and  department  of  environmental
    13      conservation friends groups, provided that up to ten percent of such
    14      amount may be made available for administrative costs and/or techni-
    15      cal  assistance;  (v)  public  protection and emergency preparedness
    16      purposes; and (vi) $18,000 to New York Natural  Heritage  to  update
    17      the  New York Protected Areas Database, (vii) $8,000,000 for Adiron-
    18      dack and Catskill visitor safety and  wilderness  protection  activ-
    19      ities  to  address  issues  relating  to  overuse;  (viii) and up to
    20      $600,000 to the Department of Environmental Conservation to initiate
    21      a procurement for a Visitor Use Management Framework that will serve
    22      as a tool to guide future management and stewarship  decision-making
    23      for  the  Adirondack  and  Catskill  Parks; (ix) and $500,000 to the
    24      Adirondack Architectural Heritage for the  management  of  the  Camp
    25      Santanoni Historic Area (09ST22ER) (24702) .........................
    26      48,689,800 ....................................... (re. $40,495,000)
    27    Notwithstanding subdivision 7 of section 92-s of the state finance law
    28      or  any  other law to the contrary, for services and expenses of the
    29      Hudson River Park Trust for projects related to the  development  of
    30      the  Hudson  River Park consistent with provisions of chapter 592 of
    31      the laws of 1998, including but not limited to  utility  infrastruc-
    32      ture improvements; provided, however, such funds shall not be avail-
    33      able  for  suballocation to any public benefit corporation or public
    34      authority with the exception of the  Hudson  River  Park  Trust  and
    35      shall be available solely for the liabilities incurred by the Hudson
    36      River Park Trust or by other state departments or agencies on behalf
    37      of  the  Hudson River Park Trust on or after April 1, 1999. Provided
    38      further that, the comptroller is hereby authorized and  directed  to
    39      release  monies  to the Hudson River Park Trust in amounts set forth
    40      in a schedule approved by the  director  of  the  budget  (09HR22ER)
    41      (24820) ... 4,800,000 ............................... (re. $603,000)
    42    Notwithstanding  any  law to the contrary, for zoos, botanical gardens
    43      and aquaria program (09ZB22ER) (24823) .............................
    44      20,000,000 ....................................... (re. $18,138,000)
 
    45  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2021:
    46    For services and expenses  of  projects  and  purposes  authorized  by
    47      section  92-s  of  the state finance law to receive funding from the
    48      parks, recreation and historic preservation  account  in  accordance
    49      with  a programmatic and financial plan to be approved by the direc-
    50      tor of the budget, including suballocation to  other  state  depart-
    51      ments and agencies, according to the following:

                                           252                        12654-10-4
 
                        DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25

     1    Local  waterfront  revitalization programs, notwithstanding any law to
     2      the contrary, not less than, $9,000,000 for  waterfront  revitaliza-
     3      tion projects which are in or primarily serve areas where demograph-
     4      ic and other relevant data for such areas demonstrate that the areas
     5      are  densely  populated  and  have sustained physical deterioration,
     6      decay, neglect, or disinvestment, or where a substantial  proportion
     7      of  the  residential  population  is  of  low income or is otherwise
     8      disadvantaged and is underserved with respect to the existing recre-
     9      ational opportunities in the area including  up  to  $2,000,000  for
    10      updates to existing local waterfront revitalization program plans to
    11      mitigate future physical climate risks; and $200,000 for the Niagara
    12      River greenway commission (09WR21ER) (24700) .......................
    13      14,150,000 ....................................... (re. $13,950,000)
    14    Parks,  recreation and historic preservation projects, notwithstanding
    15      any law to the contrary, not less than,  $10,000,000  for  municipal
    16      parks  projects  which  are  in or primarily serve areas where demo-
    17      graphic and other relevant data for such areas demonstrate that  the
    18      areas  are  densely  populated  and  have sustained physical deteri-
    19      oration, decay, neglect or  disinvestment  or  where  a  substantial
    20      proportion  of  the  residential  population  is of low income or is
    21      otherwise disadvantaged and  is  underserved  with  respect  to  the
    22      existing  recreational  opportunities  in  the  area;  and including
    23      $250,000 for Tivoli Park; $500,000 for the Hudson River Valley Trail
    24      Grants; $120,000 to the State University  of  New  York  college  of
    25      environmental science and forestry; $180,000 to Paul Smith's College
    26      for  the  support  of  the  Adirondack  Park  interpretive  centers;
    27      $150,000 to the Catskill Center for Conservation and Development for
    28      the support of the Catskill Visitors Center; and $1,000,000  to  the
    29      city  of  New  York  for  the East River Esplanade 107th Street Pier
    30      (09MP21ER) (24701) ... 19,500,000 ................ (re. $17,374,000)
    31    Notwithstanding any law to the contrary, for state parks and land  and
    32      easement infrastructure, access and stewardship projects which shall
    33      include  capital projects: (i) on state parks and state lands pursu-
    34      ant to sections 54-0303 and 56-0307 of the  environmental  conserva-
    35      tion  law;  (ii)  on  state parks or state owned lands and easements
    36      under the jurisdiction of the department of environmental  conserva-
    37      tion  or  the  office of parks, recreation and historic preservation
    38      for access opportunities for people with disabilities; access to the
    39      State Forest  Preserve,  State  reforestation,  Wildlife  Management
    40      areas   and   conservation   easement   lands;   recreational  trail
    41      construction and maintenance: including but not limited to sustaina-
    42      ble trail crews or other activities related to  sustainable  use  of
    43      the  forest  preserve  and  other state lands that are threatened by
    44      overuse; Catskill and Adirondack camp ground improvements to  public
    45      access  and sanitation facilities; environmental education; facility
    46      improvements; archeological, historic, cultural and natural resource
    47      surveys, forest health surveys, interpretation, and inventories, and
    48      response to forest pests  including  southern  pine  beetle;  Forest
    49      Preserve and state forest unit management planning; invasive species
    50      management;  conservation easement public recreation planning; habi-
    51      tat restoration and enhancement; state fish  hatchery  improvements;
    52      state  tree  nursery  improvements;  safety  equipment; water access

                                           253                        12654-10-4
 
                        DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1      facilities and safety improvements; public beach  facility  develop-
     2      ment  and  improvement; public access improvements at day use areas;
     3      state historic site exterior restoration; and cabin area and camping
     4      facility   development,   restoration   and   reconstruction;  (iii)
     5      $1,000,000  for  Belleayre  Mountain  ski  center   projects;   (iv)
     6      $1,000,000  from  the  public  access  and stewardship allocation to
     7      Parks & Trails New York for the purpose  of  awarding  grants  on  a
     8      competitive  basis  to  local  parks and department of environmental
     9      conservation friends groups, provided that up to ten percent of such
    10      amount may be made available for administrative costs and/or techni-
    11      cal assistance; (v) public  protection  and  emergency  preparedness
    12      purposes;  (vi)  $18,000  to New York Natural Heritage to update the
    13      New York Protected Areas Database; (vii) $1,550,000  for  Adirondack
    14      and  Catskill visitor safety and wilderness protection activities to
    15      address issues relating to overuse including up to $800,000 to Essex
    16      County  to  address  issues  of  overuse  in  the  Adirondack   Park
    17      (09ST21ER) (24702) ... 34,451,800 ................ (re. $21,160,000)
    18    Notwithstanding  any  law to the contrary, for zoos, botanical gardens
    19      and aquaria program (09ZB21ER) (24823) .............................
    20      16,000,000 ........................................ (re. $1,422,000)
 
    21  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2020:
    22    For services and expenses  of  projects  and  purposes  authorized  by
    23      section  92-s  of  the state finance law to receive funding from the
    24      parks, recreation and historic preservation  account  in  accordance
    25      with  a programmatic and financial plan to be approved by the direc-
    26      tor of the budget, including suballocation to  other  state  depart-
    27      ments and agencies, according to the following:
    28    Local  waterfront  revitalization programs, notwithstanding any law to
    29      the contrary, not less than, $9,000,000 for  waterfront  revitaliza-
    30      tion projects which are in or primarily serve areas where demograph-
    31      ic and other relevant data for such areas demonstrate that the areas
    32      are  densely  populated  and  have sustained physical deterioration,
    33      decay, neglect, or disinvestment, or where a substantial  proportion
    34      of  the  residential  population  is  of  low income or is otherwise
    35      disadvantaged and is underserved with respect to the existing recre-
    36      ational opportunities in the area including  up  to  $2,000,000  for
    37      updates to existing local waterfront revitalization program plans to
    38      mitigate future physical climate risks; and $200,000 for the Niagara
    39      River greenway commission (09WR20ER) (24700) .......................
    40      14,000,000 ....................................... (re. $13,800,000)
    41    Parks,  recreation and historic preservation projects, notwithstanding
    42      any law to the contrary, not less than,  $10,000,000  for  municipal
    43      parks  projects  which  are  in or primarily serve areas where demo-
    44      graphic and other relevant data for such areas demonstrate that  the
    45      areas  are  densely  populated  and  have sustained physical deteri-
    46      oration, decay, neglect or  disinvestment  or  where  a  substantial
    47      proportion  of  the  residential  population  is of low income or is
    48      otherwise disadvantaged and  is  underserved  with  respect  to  the
    49      existing  recreational  opportunities  in  the  area;  and including
    50      $250,000 for Tivoli Park; $500,000 for the Hudson River Valley Trail
    51      Grants; $120,000 to the State University  of  New  York  college  of

                                           254                        12654-10-4
 
                        DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION

                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1      environmental science and forestry; $180,000 to Paul Smith's College
     2      for  the  support  of  the Adirondack Park interpretive centers; and
     3      $150,000 to the Catskill Center for Conservation and Development for
     4      the  support  of the Catskill Visitors Center; and $1,000,000 to the
     5      city of New York for the East  River  Esplanade  107th  Street  Pier
     6      (09MP20ER) (24701) ... 19,500,000 ................ (re. $18,069,000)
     7    Notwithstanding  any law to the contrary, for state parks and land and
     8      easement infrastructure, access and stewardship projects which shall
     9      include capital projects: (i) on state parks and state lands  pursu-
    10      ant  to  sections 54-0303 and 56-0307 of the environmental conserva-
    11      tion law; (ii) on state parks or state  owned  lands  and  easements
    12      under  the jurisdiction of the department of environmental conserva-
    13      tion or the office of parks, recreation  and  historic  preservation
    14      for access opportunities for people with disabilities; access to the
    15      State  Forest  Preserve,  State  reforestation,  Wildlife Management
    16      areas  and   conservation   easement   lands;   recreational   trail
    17      construction and maintenance: including but not limited to sustaina-
    18      ble  trail  crews  or other activities related to sustainable use of
    19      the forest preserve and other state lands  that  are  threatened  by
    20      overuse;  Catskill and Adirondack camp ground improvements to public
    21      access and sanitation facilities; environmental education;  facility
    22      improvements; archeological, historic, cultural and natural resource
    23      surveys, forest health surveys, interpretation, and inventories, and
    24      response  to  forest  pests  including  southern pine beetle; Forest
    25      Preserve and state forest unit management planning; invasive species
    26      management; conservation easement public recreation planning;  habi-
    27      tat  restoration  and enhancement; state fish hatchery improvements;
    28      state tree nursery  improvements;  safety  equipment;  water  access
    29      facilities  and  safety improvements; public beach facility develop-
    30      ment and improvement; public access improvements at day  use  areas;
    31      state historic site exterior restoration; and cabin area and camping
    32      facility   development,   restoration   and   reconstruction;  (iii)
    33      $1,000,000  for  Belleayre  Mountain  ski  center   projects;   (iv)
    34      $1,000,000  from  the  public  access  and stewardship allocation to
    35      Parks & Trails New York for the purpose  of  awarding  grants  on  a
    36      competitive  basis  to  local  parks and department of environmental
    37      conservation friends groups, provided that up to ten percent of such
    38      amount may be made available for administrative costs and/or techni-
    39      cal assistance; (v) public  protection  and  emergency  preparedness
    40      purposes;  (vi)  $250,000  to  Adirondack Architectural Heritage for
    41      restoration projects at Camp Santanoni Historic Area; (vii)  $55,000
    42      to  New York Natural Heritage to update the New York Protected Areas
    43      Database; (viii) up to $1,200,000 to Essex County to address  issues
    44      of overuse in the Adirondack Park (09ST20ER) (24702) ...............
    45      34,400,000 ....................................... (re. $15,507,000)
    46    Notwithstanding  any  law to the contrary, for zoos, botanical gardens
    47      and aquaria program (09ZB20ER) (24823) .............................
    48      16,000,000 ........................................ (re. $1,898,000)
 
    49  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2019:
    50    For services and expenses  of  projects  and  purposes  authorized  by
    51      section  92-s  of  the state finance law to receive funding from the

                                           255                        12654-10-4
 
                        DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1      parks, recreation and historic preservation  account  in  accordance
     2      with  a programmatic and financial plan to be approved by the direc-
     3      tor of the budget, including suballocation to  other  state  depart-
     4      ments and agencies, according to the following:
     5    Local  waterfront  revitalization programs, notwithstanding any law to
     6      the contrary, not less than, $9,000,000 for  waterfront  revitaliza-
     7      tion projects which are in or primarily serve areas where demograph-
     8      ic and other relevant data for such areas demonstrate that the areas
     9      are  densely  populated  and  have sustained physical deterioration,
    10      decay, neglect, or disinvestment, or where a substantial  proportion
    11      of  the  residential  population  is  of  low income or is otherwise
    12      disadvantaged and is underserved with respect to the existing recre-
    13      ational opportunities in the area including  up  to  $2,000,000  for
    14      updates to existing local waterfront revitalization program plans to
    15      mitigate future physical climate risks; and $200,000 for the Niagara
    16      River greenway commission (09WR19ER) (24700) .......................
    17      14,500,000 ....................................... (re. $14,300,000)
    18    Parks,  recreation and historic preservation projects, notwithstanding
    19      any law to the contrary, not less than,  $10,000,000  for  municipal
    20      parks  projects  which  are  in or primarily serve areas where demo-
    21      graphic and other relevant data for such areas demonstrate that  the
    22      areas  are  densely  populated  and  have sustained physical deteri-
    23      oration, decay, neglect or  disinvestment  or  where  a  substantial
    24      proportion  of  the  residential  population  is of low income or is
    25      otherwise disadvantaged and  is  underserved  with  respect  to  the
    26      existing  recreational  opportunities  in  the  area;  and including
    27      $250,000 for Tivoli Park; $500,000 for the Hudson River Valley Trail
    28      Grants; $120,000 to the State University  of  New  York  college  of
    29      environmental  science  and  forestry  and  $180,000 to Paul Smith's
    30      College for the support of the Adirondack Park interpretive centers,
    31      $1,000,000 to the city of New York  for  the  East  River  Esplanade
    32      107th Street Pier (09MP19ER) (24701) ...............................
    33      19,500,000 ........................................ (re. $9,777,000)
    34    Notwithstanding  any law to the contrary, for state parks and land and
    35      easement infrastructure, access and stewardship projects which shall
    36      include capital projects: (i) on state parks and state lands  pursu-
    37      ant  to  sections 54-0303 and 56-0307 of the environmental conserva-
    38      tion law; (ii) on state parks or state  owned  lands  and  easements
    39      under  the jurisdiction of the department of environmental conserva-
    40      tion or the office of parks, recreation  and  historic  preservation
    41      for access opportunities for people with disabilities; access to the
    42      State  Forest  Preserve,  State  reforestation,  Wildlife Management
    43      areas  and   conservation   easement   lands;   recreational   trail
    44      construction  and  maintenance;  Catskill and Adirondack camp ground
    45      improvements to public access and  sanitation  facilities;  environ-
    46      mental  education;  facility  improvements; archeological, historic,
    47      cultural and natural resource surveys, forest health surveys, inter-
    48      pretation, and inventories, and response to forest  pests  including
    49      southern  pine beetle; Forest Preserve and state forest unit manage-
    50      ment planning; invasive species  management;  conservation  easement
    51      public  recreation  planning;  habitat  restoration and enhancement;
    52      state fish hatchery improvements; state tree  nursery  improvements;

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                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1      safety  equipment;  water access facilities and safety improvements;
     2      public beach facility development  and  improvement;  public  access
     3      improvements at day use areas; state historic site exterior restora-
     4      tion;  and  cabin area and camping facility development, restoration
     5      and reconstruction; (iii)  $1,000,000  for  Belleayre  Mountain  ski
     6      center projects; (iv) $1,000,000 from the public access and steward-
     7      ship allocation to Parks & Trails New York for the purpose of award-
     8      ing  grants  on a competitive basis to local parks and department of
     9      environmental conservation friends groups, provided that up  to  ten
    10      percent  of  such  amount  may  be made available for administrative
    11      costs and/or technical assistance; (v) public protection  and  emer-
    12      gency preparedness purposes (09ST19ER) (24702) .....................
    13      33,000,000 ........................................ (re. $6,878,000)
 
    14  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2018:
    15    For  services  and  expenses  of  projects  and purposes authorized by
    16      section 92-s of the state finance law to receive  funding  from  the
    17      parks,  recreation  and  historic preservation account in accordance
    18      with a programmatic and financial plan to be approved by the  direc-
    19      tor  of  the  budget, including suballocation to other state depart-
    20      ments and agencies, according to the following:
    21    Local waterfront revitalization programs, notwithstanding any  law  to
    22      the  contrary,  not less than, $9,000,000 for waterfront revitaliza-
    23      tion projects which are in or primarily serve areas where demograph-
    24      ic and other relevant data for such areas demonstrate that the areas
    25      are densely populated and  have  sustained  physical  deterioration,
    26      decay,  neglect, or disinvestment, or where a substantial proportion
    27      of the residential population is  of  low  income  or  is  otherwise
    28      disadvantaged and is underserved with respect to the existing recre-
    29      ational  opportunities  in  the  area including up to $2,000,000 for
    30      updates to existing local waterfront revitalization program plans to
    31      mitigate future physical climate risks; and $200,000 for the Niagara
    32      River greenway commission (09WR18ER) (24700) .......................
    33      14,000,000 ....................................... (re. $13,800,000)
    34    Parks, recreation and historic preservation projects,  notwithstanding
    35      any  law  to  the contrary, not less than, $10,000,000 for municipal
    36      parks projects which are in or primarily  serve  areas  where  demo-
    37      graphic  and other relevant data for such areas demonstrate that the
    38      areas are densely populated  and  have  sustained  physical  deteri-
    39      oration,  decay,  neglect  or  disinvestment  or where a substantial
    40      proportion of the residential population is  of  low  income  or  is
    41      otherwise  disadvantaged  and  is  underserved  with  respect to the
    42      existing recreational  opportunities  in  the  area;  and  including
    43      $250,000 for Tivoli Park; $500,000 for the Hudson River Valley Trail
    44      Grants;  $120,000  to  the  State  University of New York college of
    45      environmental science and forestry  and  $180,000  to  Paul  Smith's
    46      College for the support of the Adirondack Park interpretive centers,
    47      $500,000  to the city of New York for the East River Esplanade 107th
    48      Street Pier, and $1,000,000 to the Wildlife Conservation Society for
    49      the Bronx Zoo (09MP18ER) (24701) ... 19,500,000 ... (re. $9,627,000)
    50    Notwithstanding any law to the contrary, for state parks and land  and
    51      easement infrastructure, access and stewardship projects which shall

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                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1      include  capital projects: (i) on state parks and state lands pursu-
     2      ant to sections 54-0303 and 56-0307 of the  environmental  conserva-
     3      tion  law;  (ii)  on  state parks or state owned lands and easements
     4      under  the jurisdiction of the department of environmental conserva-
     5      tion or the office of parks, recreation  and  historic  preservation
     6      for access opportunities for people with disabilities; access to the
     7      State  Forest  Preserve,  State  reforestation,  Wildlife Management
     8      areas  and   conservation   easement   lands;   recreational   trail
     9      construction  and  maintenance;  Catskill and Adirondack camp ground
    10      improvements to public access and  sanitation  facilities;  environ-
    11      mental  education;  facility  improvements; archeological, historic,
    12      cultural and natural resource surveys, forest health surveys, inter-
    13      pretation, and inventories, and response to forest  pests  including
    14      southern  pine beetle; Forest Preserve and state forest unit manage-
    15      ment planning; invasive species  management;  conservation  easement
    16      public  recreation  planning;  habitat  restoration and enhancement;
    17      state fish hatchery improvements; state tree  nursery  improvements;
    18      safety  equipment;  water access facilities and safety improvements;
    19      public beach facility development  and  improvement;  public  access
    20      improvements at day use areas; state historic site exterior restora-
    21      tion;  and  cabin area and camping facility development, restoration
    22      and reconstruction; (iii)  $1,000,000  for  Belleayre  Mountain  ski
    23      center  projects;  (iv) $500,000 from the public access and steward-
    24      ship allocation to Parks & Trails New York for the purpose of award-
    25      ing grants on a competitive basis to local parks and  department  of
    26      environmental  conservation  friends groups, provided that up to ten
    27      percent of such amount may  be  made  available  for  administrative
    28      costs  and/or  technical assistance; (v) public protection and emer-
    29      gency preparedness purposes; and (vi) up  to  $50,000  for  Earl  W.
    30      Brydges  Artpark  State  Park improvements; and (vii) up to $150,000
    31      for Old Fort Niagara  State  Park  Improvements  (09ST18ER)  (24702)
    32      32,638,000 ........................................ (re. $6,093,000)
 
    33  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2017:
    34    For  services  and  expenses  of  projects  and purposes authorized by
    35      section 92-s of the state finance law to receive  funding  from  the
    36      parks,  recreation  and  historic preservation account in accordance
    37      with a programmatic and financial plan to be approved by the  direc-
    38      tor  of  the  budget, including suballocation to other state depart-
    39      ments and agencies, according to the following:
    40    Local waterfront revitalization programs, notwithstanding any  law  to
    41      the  contrary, not less than, $10,000,000 for waterfront revitaliza-
    42      tion projects which are in or primarily serve areas where demograph-
    43      ic and other relevant data for such areas demonstrate that the areas
    44      are densely populated and  have  sustained  physical  deterioration,
    45      decay,  neglect, or disinvestment, or where a substantial proportion
    46      of the residential population is  of  low  income  or  is  otherwise
    47      disadvantaged and is underserved with respect to the existing recre-
    48      ational  opportunities  in  the  area including up to $2,000,000 for
    49      updates to existing local waterfront revitalization program plans to
    50      mitigate future physical climate risks; and including  $660,000  for
    51      Adirondack  infrastructure  and  environmental  improvements for the

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                        DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1      towns of Minerva, Indian Lake  and  Newcomb  and  $200,000  for  the
     2      Niagara River greenway commission (09WR17ER) (24700) ...............
     3      16,000,000 ....................................... (re. $15,278,000)
     4    Parks,  recreation and historic preservation projects, notwithstanding
     5      any law to the contrary, not less than,  $10,000,000  for  municipal
     6      parks  projects  which  are  in or primarily serve areas where demo-
     7      graphic and other relevant data for such areas demonstrate that  the
     8      areas  are  densely  populated  and  have sustained physical deteri-
     9      oration, decay, neglect or  disinvestment  or  where  a  substantial
    10      proportion  of  the  residential  population  is of low income or is
    11      otherwise disadvantaged and  is  underserved  with  respect  to  the
    12      existing  recreational  opportunities  in  the  area;  and including
    13      $250,000 for Tivoli Park, $1,000,000  for  the  Ulster  County  rail
    14      trail  pursuant  to  initiation  of  a  public planning process; and
    15      $1,000,000 to the city of New York  for  the  East  River  Esplanade
    16      107th Street Pier (09MP17ER) (24701) ...............................
    17      20,000,000 ........................................ (re. $8,500,000)
    18    Notwithstanding  any law to the contrary, for state parks and land and
    19      easement infrastructure, access and stewardship projects which shall
    20      include capital projects: (i) on state parks and state lands  pursu-
    21      ant  to  sections 54-0303 and 56-0307 of the environmental conserva-
    22      tion law; (ii) on state parks or state  owned  lands  and  easements
    23      under  the jurisdiction of the department of environmental conserva-
    24      tion or the office of parks, recreation  and  historic  preservation
    25      for access opportunities for people with disabilities; access to the
    26      State  Forest  Preserve,  State  reforestation,  Wildlife Management
    27      areas  and   conservation   easement   lands;   recreational   trail
    28      construction  and  maintenance;  Catskill and Adirondack camp ground
    29      improvements to public access and  sanitation  facilities;  environ-
    30      mental  education;  facility  improvements; archeological, historic,
    31      cultural and natural resource surveys, forest health surveys, inter-
    32      pretation, and inventories, and response to forest  pests  including
    33      southern  pine beetle; Forest Preserve and state forest unit manage-
    34      ment planning; invasive species  management;  conservation  easement
    35      public  recreation  planning;  habitat  restoration and enhancement;
    36      state fish hatchery improvements; state tree  nursery  improvements;
    37      water access facilities and safety improvements; public beach facil-
    38      ity  development  and improvement; public access improvements at day
    39      use areas; state historic site exterior restoration; and cabin  area
    40      and  camping  facility  development, restoration and reconstruction;
    41      (iii) $1,000,000 for Belleayre Mountain ski  center  projects;  (iv)
    42      $500,000  from the public access and stewardship allocation to Parks
    43      & Trails New York for the purpose of awarding grants  on  a  compet-
    44      itive basis to local parks and department of environmental conserva-
    45      tion  friends groups, provided that up to ten percent of such amount
    46      may be made available  for  administrative  costs  and/or  technical
    47      assistance;  and  $250,000  for the Hudson River Valley Trail Grants
    48      (09ST17ER) (24702) ... 30,000,000 ................. (re. $2,232,000)
 
    49  By chapter 55, section 1, of the laws of 2016:
    50    For services and expenses  of  projects  and  purposes  authorized  by
    51      section  92-s  of  the state finance law to receive funding from the

                                           259                        12654-10-4
 
                        DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1      parks, recreation and historic preservation  account  in  accordance
     2      with  a programmatic and financial plan to be approved by the direc-
     3      tor of the budget, including suballocation to  other  state  depart-
     4      ments and agencies, according to the following:
     5    Local  waterfront  revitalization programs, notwithstanding any law to
     6      the contrary, not less than, $10,000,000 for waterfront  revitaliza-
     7      tion projects which are in or primarily serve areas where demograph-
     8      ic and other relevant data for such areas demonstrate that the areas
     9      are  densely  populated  and  have sustained physical deterioration,
    10      decay, neglect, or disinvestment, or where a substantial  proportion
    11      of  the  residential  population  is  of  low income or is otherwise
    12      disadvantaged and is underserved with respect to the existing recre-
    13      ational opportunities in the area including  up  to  $2,000,000  for
    14      updates to existing local waterfront revitalization program plans to
    15      mitigate  future  physical climate risks; and including $660,000 for
    16      Adirondack infrastructure and  environmental  improvements  for  the
    17      towns  of  Minerva,  Indian  Lake  and  Newcomb and $200,000 for the
    18      Niagara  River  greenway  commission  and  including  $150,000   for
    19      Hammonds  Cove  dredging projects; and $1,000,000 to the city of New
    20      York for the East  River  Esplanade  107th  Street  pier  (09WR16ER)
    21      (24700) ... 16,000,000 ........................... (re. $14,988,000)
    22    Parks,  recreation and historic preservation projects, notwithstanding
    23      any law to the contrary, not less than,  $10,000,000  for  municipal
    24      parks  projects  which  are  in or primarily serve areas where demo-
    25      graphic and other relevant data for such areas demonstrate that  the
    26      areas  are  densely  populated  and  have sustained physical deteri-
    27      oration, decay, neglect or  disinvestment  or  where  a  substantial
    28      proportion  of  the  residential  population  is of low income or is
    29      otherwise disadvantaged and  is  underserved  with  respect  to  the
    30      existing  recreational  opportunities  in  the  area;  and including
    31      $250,000 for Tivoli Park, $300,000 for the Ulster County rail trail,
    32      pursuant to initiation of a public planning process,  and  including
    33      $100,000  for  Old  Westbury Gardens to rehabilitate property barns,
    34      and including  $150,000  for  Udall's  Cove  land  acquisition,  and
    35      including  $100,000 to the Town of Middlesex Vine Valley Public Park
    36      (09MP16ER) (24701) ... 20,000,000 ................. (re. $6,388,000)
    37    Notwithstanding any law to the contrary, for state parks and land  and
    38      easement infrastructure, access and stewardship projects which shall
    39      include  capital projects: (i) on state parks and state lands pursu-
    40      ant to sections 54-0303 and 56-0307 of the  environmental  conserva-
    41      tion  law;  (ii)  on  state parks or state owned lands and easements
    42      under the jurisdiction of the department of environmental  conserva-
    43      tion  or  the  office of parks, recreation and historic preservation
    44      for access opportunities for people with disabilities; access to the
    45      State Forest  Preserve,  State  reforestation,  Wildlife  Management
    46      areas   and   conservation   easement   lands;   recreational  trail
    47      construction and maintenance; Catskill and  Adirondack  camp  ground
    48      improvements  to  public  access and sanitation facilities; environ-
    49      mental education; facility  improvements;  archeological,  historic,
    50      cultural and natural resource surveys, forest health surveys, inter-
    51      pretation,  and  inventories,  and  response to forest pests; Forest
    52      Preserve and state forest unit management planning; invasive species

                                           260                        12654-10-4
 
                        DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1      management; conservation easement public recreation planning;  habi-
     2      tat  restoration  and enhancement; state fish hatchery improvements;
     3      state tree nursery improvements; water access facilities and  safety
     4      improvements;  public  beach  facility  development and improvement;
     5      public access improvements at day use  areas;  state  historic  site
     6      exterior  restoration;  and cabin area and camping facility develop-
     7      ment, restoration and reconstruction; (iii) $500,000  for  Belleayre
     8      Mountain  ski  center projects; (iv) $500,000 from the public access
     9      and stewardship allocation to  Parks  &  Trails  New  York  for  the
    10      purpose  of  awarding  grants on a competitive basis to local parks'
    11      friends groups, provided that up to ten percent of such  amount  may
    12      be  made available for administrative costs and/or technical assist-
    13      ance; and $250,000 for the Hudson River Valley Trail Grants  Program
    14      and  including $200,000 to SUNY ESF for an updated assessment of the
    15      state's deer population (09ST16ER) (24702) .........................
    16      28,000,000 .......................................... (re. $772,000)
 
    17  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2015:
    18    For services and expenses  of  projects  and  purposes  authorized  by
    19      section  92-s  of  the state finance law to receive funding from the
    20      parks, recreation and historic preservation  account  in  accordance
    21      with  a programmatic and financial plan to be approved by the direc-
    22      tor of the budget, including suballocation to  other  state  depart-
    23      ments and agencies, according to the following:
    24    Local  waterfront  revitalization programs, notwithstanding any law to
    25      the contrary, not less than, $6,250,000 for  waterfront  revitaliza-
    26      tion projects which are in or primarily serve areas where demograph-
    27      ic and other relevant data for such areas demonstrate that the areas
    28      are  densely  populated  and  have sustained physical deterioration,
    29      decay, neglect, or disinvestment, or where a substantial  proportion
    30      of  the  residential  population  is  of  low income or is otherwise
    31      disadvantaged and is underserved with respect to the existing recre-
    32      ational opportunities in the area; and provided further this  appro-
    33      priation  shall  not  be  construed to restrict the use of any addi-
    34      tional monies for such projects including $250,000 for  Flood  Smart
    35      communities, and $250,000 for Schuyler County Soil and Water Conser-
    36      vation District (09WR15ER) (24700) .................................
    37      12,500,000 ........................................ (re. $7,996,000)
    38    Parks,  recreation and historic preservation projects, notwithstanding
    39      any law to the contrary, not less  than,  $7,875,000  for  municipal
    40      parks  projects  which  are  in or primarily serve areas where demo-
    41      graphic and other relevant data for such areas demonstrate that  the
    42      areas  are  densely  populated  and  have sustained physical deteri-
    43      oration, decay, neglect or  disinvestment  or  where  a  substantial
    44      proportion  of  the  residential  population  is of low income or is
    45      otherwise disadvantaged and  is  underserved  with  respect  to  the
    46      existing  recreational opportunities in the area; including $250,000
    47      for Tivoli Park; $500,000 for Clute Park;  and  $150,000  for  Yates
    48      County SWCD Keuka Outlet Trail (09MP15ER) (24701) ..................
    49      15,750,000 ........................................ (re. $2,624,000)
    50    Notwithstanding  any law to the contrary, for state parks and land and
    51      easement infrastructure, access and stewardship projects which shall

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                        DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1      include capital projects: (i) on state parks and state  owned  lands
     2      acquired  pursuant  to  sections 54-0303 and 56-0307 of the environ-
     3      mental conservation law; (ii) on state parks or  state  owned  lands
     4      and  easements  under the jurisdiction of the department of environ-
     5      mental conservation or the office of parks, recreation and  historic
     6      preservation  for access opportunities for people with disabilities;
     7      access to the State Forest Preserve, State  reforestation,  Wildlife
     8      Management areas and conservation easement lands; recreational trail
     9      construction  and  maintenance;  Catskill  and Adirondack campground
    10      improvements to public access and  sanitation  facilities;  environ-
    11      mental  education;  conservation  education  facility  improvements;
    12      archeological, historic,  cultural  and  natural  resource  surveys,
    13      forest health surveys, interpretation, and inventories, and response
    14      to  forest  pests;  Forest Preserve and state forest unit management
    15      planning; conservation easement public recreation planning;  habitat
    16      restoration and enhancement; state fish hatchery improvements; state
    17      tree  nursery  improvements;  water  access  facilities  and  safety
    18      improvements; public beach  facility  development  and  improvement;
    19      public  access  improvements  at  day use areas; state historic site
    20      exterior restoration; and cabin area and camping  facility  develop-
    21      ment,  restoration  and reconstruction; (iii) $500,000 for Belleayre
    22      Mountain ski center projects; (iv) $500,000 from the  public  access
    23      and  stewardship  allocation  to  Parks  &  Trails  New York for the
    24      purpose of awarding grants on a competitive basis  to  local  parks'
    25      friends  groups,  provided that up to ten percent of such amount may
    26      be made available for administrative costs and/or technical  assist-
    27      ance;  and $100,000 for the Hudson River Valley Trail Grants Program
    28      (09ST15ER) (24702) ... 18,500,000 ................... (re. $131,000)
 
    29  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2014:
    30    For services and expenses  of  projects  and  purposes  authorized  by
    31      section  92-s  of  the state finance law to receive funding from the
    32      parks, recreation and historic preservation  account  in  accordance
    33      with  a programmatic and financial plan to be approved by the direc-
    34      tor of the budget, including suballocation to  other  state  depart-
    35      ments and agencies, according to the following:
    36    Local  waterfront  revitalization programs, notwithstanding any law to
    37      the contrary, not less than, $6,250,000 for  waterfront  revitaliza-
    38      tion projects which are in or primarily serve areas where demograph-
    39      ic and other relevant data for such areas demonstrate that the areas
    40      are  densely  populated  and  have sustained physical deterioration,
    41      decay, neglect, or disinvestment, or where a substantial  proportion
    42      of  the  residential  population  is  of  low income or is otherwise
    43      disadvantaged and is underserved with respect to the existing recre-
    44      ational opportunities in the area; and provided further this  appro-
    45      priation  shall  not  be  construed to restrict the use of any addi-
    46      tional monies for such projects; including $200,000 for the Town  of
    47      Tonawanda; $75,000 for the Town of Evans; $125,000 for Hamburg Water
    48      Rescue  Unit;  $50,000 for the village of Orchard Park; and $300,000
    49      for the Beacon Institute (09WR14ER) (24700) ........................
    50      12,500,000 ............................................ (re. $4,000)

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                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1    Parks, recreation and historic preservation projects,  notwithstanding
     2      any  law  to  the  contrary, not less than, $7,750,000 for municipal
     3      parks projects which are in or primarily  serve  areas  where  demo-
     4      graphic  and other relevant data for such areas demonstrate that the
     5      areas  are  densely  populated  and  have sustained physical deteri-
     6      oration, decay, neglect or  disinvestment  or  where  a  substantial
     7      proportion  of  the  residential  population  is of low income or is
     8      otherwise disadvantaged and  is  underserved  with  respect  to  the
     9      existing  recreational  opportunities in the area; including $50,000
    10      for Yaddo Artists' Community; including $50,000 for Green Lake  Dam;
    11      including  $150,000  for  Greek Lakes Center; including $180,000 for
    12      Joseph Rodman Drake Park; including $20,000 for  Udall's  Cove;  and
    13      including $200,000 for Chestnut Ridge Conservancy (09MP14ER) (24701)
    14      ... 15,500,000 .................................... (re. $3,152,000)
    15    Notwithstanding  any law to the contrary, for state parks and land and
    16      easement infrastructure, access and stewardship projects which shall
    17      include capital projects: (i) on state parks and state  owned  lands
    18      acquired  pursuant  to  sections 54-0303 and 56-0307 of the environ-
    19      mental conservation law; (ii) on state parks or  state  owned  lands
    20      and  easements  under the jurisdiction of the department of environ-
    21      mental conservation or the office of parks, recreation and  historic
    22      preservation  for access opportunities for people with disabilities;
    23      access to the State Forest Preserve; State  reforestation,  Wildlife
    24      Management areas and conservation easement lands; recreational trail
    25      construction  and  maintenance;  Catskill  and Adirondack campground
    26      improvements to public access and  sanitation  facilities;  environ-
    27      mental  education;  conservation  education  facility  improvements;
    28      archeological, historic,  cultural  and  natural  resource  surveys,
    29      forest  health  surveys,  interpretation,  and  inventories;  Forest
    30      Preserve and state forest  unit  management  planning;  conservation
    31      easement   public   recreation  planning;  habitat  restoration  and
    32      enhancement; state fish hatchery improvements; water access  facili-
    33      ties  and safety improvements; public beach facility development and
    34      improvement; public access improvements  at  day  use  areas;  state
    35      historic  site  exterior  restoration;  and  cabin  area and camping
    36      facility development,  restoration  and  reconstruction;  and  (iii)
    37      $500,000  for  Belleayre  Mountain  ski  center  projects (09ST14ER)
    38      (24702) ... 17,350,000 ............................... (re. $23,000)
 
    39  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2013:
    40    For services and expenses  of  projects  and  purposes  authorized  by
    41      section  92-s  of  the state finance law to receive funding from the
    42      parks, recreation and historic preservation  account  in  accordance
    43      with  a programmatic and financial plan to be approved by the direc-
    44      tor of the budget, including suballocation to  other  state  depart-
    45      ments and agencies, according to the following:
    46    Parks,  recreation and historic preservation projects, notwithstanding
    47      any law to the contrary, not less  than,  $7,750,000  for  municipal
    48      parks  projects  which  are  in or primarily serve areas where demo-
    49      graphic and other relevant data for such areas demonstrate that  the
    50      areas  are  densely  populated  and  have sustained physical deteri-
    51      oration, decay, neglect or  disinvestment  or  where  a  substantial

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                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1      proportion  of  the  residential  population  is of low income or is
     2      otherwise disadvantaged and  is  underserved  with  respect  to  the
     3      existing   recreational   opportunities   in   the  area;  including
     4      $2,000,000  for the Ulster County Rail Trail, pursuant to the initi-
     5      ation of a public planning process; $200,000 for the town of Orchard
     6      Park; $150,000 for the Cazenovia community resource center; $100,000
     7      for the town of Evans; and $275,000 for  the  Buffalo  military  and
     8      naval park (09MP13ER) (24701) ... 15,500,000 ...... (re. $1,363,000)
     9    Notwithstanding  any law to the contrary, for state parks and land and
    10      easement infrastructure, access and stewardship projects which shall
    11      include capital projects: (i) on state parks and state  owned  lands
    12      acquired  pursuant  to  sections 54-0303 and 56-0307 of the environ-
    13      mental conservation law; (ii) on state parks or  state  owned  lands
    14      and  easements  under the jurisdiction of the department of environ-
    15      mental conservation or the office of parks, recreation and  historic
    16      preservation  for access opportunities for people with disabilities;
    17      access to the State Forest Preserve; State  reforestation,  Wildlife
    18      Management areas and conservation easement lands; recreational trail
    19      construction  and  maintenance;  Catskill  and Adirondack campground
    20      improvements to public access and  sanitation  facilities;  environ-
    21      mental  education;  conservation  education  facility  improvements;
    22      archeological, historic,  cultural  and  natural  resource  surveys,
    23      forest  health  surveys,  interpretation,  and  inventories;  Forest
    24      Preserve and state forest  unit  management  planning;  conservation
    25      easement   public   recreation  planning;  habitat  restoration  and
    26      enhancement; state fish hatchery improvements; water access  facili-
    27      ties  and safety improvements; public beach facility development and
    28      improvement; public access improvements  at  day  use  areas;  state
    29      historic  site  exterior  restoration;  and  cabin  area and camping
    30      facility development,  restoration  and  reconstruction;  and  (iii)
    31      $500,000  for  Belleayre  Mountain  ski  center  projects (09ST13ER)
    32      (24702) ... 16,600,000 .............................. (re. $301,000)
    33    Notwithstanding any law to the contrary, for zoos,  botanical  gardens
    34      and aquaria program (09ZB13ER) (24823) .............................
    35      10,250,000 ........................................... (re. $15,000)
 
    36  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2012:
    37    For  services  and  expenses  of  projects  and purposes authorized by
    38      section 92-s of the state finance law to receive  funding  from  the
    39      parks,  recreation  and  historic preservation account in accordance
    40      with a programmatic and financial plan to be approved by the  direc-
    41      tor  of  the  budget, including suballocation to other state depart-
    42      ments and agencies, according to the following:
    43    Parks, recreation and historic preservation projects,  notwithstanding
    44      any  law  to  the  contrary, not less than, $6,500,000 for municipal
    45      parks projects which are in or primarily  serve  areas  where  demo-
    46      graphic  and other relevant data for such areas demonstrate that the
    47      areas are densely populated  and  have  sustained  physical  deteri-
    48      oration,  decay,  neglect  or  disinvestment  or where a substantial
    49      proportion of the residential population is  of  low  income  or  is
    50      otherwise  disadvantaged  and  is  underserved  with  respect to the
    51      existing recreational opportunities in the area; including  $425,000

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                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1      for Buffalo - area parks; and $300,000 for Niagara and Erie Historic
     2      Preservation (09MP12ER) (24701) ... 13,000,000 .... (re. $1,460,000)
     3    Notwithstanding  any law to the contrary, for state parks and land and
     4      easement infrastructure, access and stewardship projects which shall
     5      include capital projects: (i) on state parks and state  owned  lands
     6      acquired  pursuant  to  sections 54-0303 and 56-0307 of the environ-
     7      mental conservation law; (ii) on state parks or  state  owned  lands
     8      and  easements  under the jurisdiction of the department of environ-
     9      mental conservation or the office of parks, recreation and  historic
    10      preservation  for access opportunities for people with disabilities;
    11      access to the State Forest Preserve; State  reforestation,  Wildlife
    12      Management areas and conservation easement lands; recreational trail
    13      construction  and  maintenance;  Catskill  and Adirondack campground
    14      improvements to public access and  sanitation  facilities;  environ-
    15      mental  education;  conservation  education  facility  improvements;
    16      archeological, historic,  cultural  and  natural  resource  surveys,
    17      forest  health  surveys,  interpretation,  and  inventories;  Forest
    18      Preserve and state forest  unit  management  planning;  conservation
    19      easement   public   recreation  planning;  habitat  restoration  and
    20      enhancement; state fish hatchery improvements; water access  facili-
    21      ties  and safety improvements; public beach facility development and
    22      improvement; public access improvements  at  day  use  areas;  state
    23      historic  site  exterior  restoration;  and  cabin  area and camping
    24      facility development,  restoration  and  reconstruction;  and  (iii)
    25      $500,000  for  Belleayre  Mountain  ski  center  projects (09ST12ER)
    26      (24702) ... 16,000,000 ............................... (re. $10,000)
 
    27  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2011:
    28    For services and expenses  of  projects  and  purposes  authorized  by
    29      section  92-s  of  the state finance law to receive funding from the
    30      parks, recreation and historic preservation  account  in  accordance
    31      with  a programmatic and financial plan to be approved by the direc-
    32      tor of the budget, including suballocation to  other  state  depart-
    33      ments and agencies, according to the following:
    34    Parks,  recreation and historic preservation projects, notwithstanding
    35      any law to the contrary, not less  than,  $6,500,000  for  municipal
    36      parks  projects  which  are  in or primarily serve areas where demo-
    37      graphic and other relevant data for such areas demonstrate that  the
    38      areas  are  densely  populated  and  have sustained physical deteri-
    39      oration, decay, neglect or  disinvestment  or  where  a  substantial
    40      proportion  of  the  residential  population  is of low income or is
    41      otherwise disadvantaged and  is  underserved  with  respect  to  the
    42      existing recreational opportunities in the area; $250,000 for Olmst-
    43      ed  Park;  $125,000 for Hyde Park; $250,000 for Darwin Martin House;
    44      and $50,000 for Graycliff Manor (09MP11ER) (24701) .................
    45      13,000,000 .......................................... (re. $710,000)
    46    Notwithstanding any law to the contrary, for state parks and land  and
    47      easement infrastructure, access and stewardship projects which shall
    48      include  capital  projects: (i) on state parks and state owned lands
    49      acquired pursuant to sections 54-0303 and 56-0307  of  the  environ-
    50      mental  conservation  law;  (ii) on state parks or state owned lands
    51      and easements under the jurisdiction of the department  of  environ-

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                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1      mental  conservation or the office of parks, recreation and historic
     2      preservation for access opportunities for people with  disabilities;
     3      access  to  the State Forest Preserve; State reforestation, Wildlife
     4      Management areas and conservation easement lands; recreational trail
     5      construction  and  maintenance;  Catskill  and Adirondack campground
     6      improvements to public access and  sanitation  facilities;  environ-
     7      mental  education;  conservation  education  facility  improvements;
     8      archeological, historic,  cultural  and  natural  resource  surveys,
     9      forest  health  surveys,  interpretation,  and  inventories;  Forest
    10      Preserve and state forest  unit  management  planning;  conservation
    11      easement   public   recreation  planning;  habitat  restoration  and
    12      enhancement; state fish hatchery improvements; water access  facili-
    13      ties  and safety improvements; public beach facility development and
    14      improvement; public access improvements  at  day  use  areas;  state
    15      historic  site  exterior  restoration;  and  cabin  area and camping
    16      facility development,  restoration  and  reconstruction;  and  (iii)
    17      $500,000  for  Belleayre  Mountain  ski  center  projects (09ST11ER)
    18      (24702) ... 16,228,000 ............................... (re. $13,000)
 
    19  By chapter 99, section 1, of the laws of 2010:
    20    For services and expenses  of  projects  and  purposes  authorized  by
    21      section  92-s  of  the state finance law to receive funding from the
    22      parks, recreation and historic preservation  account  in  accordance
    23      with  a programmatic and financial plan to be approved by the direc-
    24      tor of the budget, including suballocation to  other  state  depart-
    25      ments and agencies, according to the following:
    26    Parks,  recreation and historic preservation projects, notwithstanding
    27      any law to the contrary, not less  than,  $6,716,000  for  municipal
    28      parks  projects  which  are  in or primarily serve areas where demo-
    29      graphic and other relevant data for such areas demonstrate that  the
    30      areas  are  densely  populated  and  have sustained physical deteri-
    31      oration, decay, neglect or  disinvestment  or  where  a  substantial
    32      proportion  of  the  residential  population  is of low income or is
    33      otherwise disadvantaged and  is  underserved  with  respect  to  the
    34      existing recreational opportunities in the area, and notwithstanding
    35      any  law  to  the contrary, $225,000 for Olmstead Park, $125,000 for
    36      Hyde Park, $225,000 for Darwin Martin House and $125,000  for  Gray-
    37      cliff Manor (09MP10ER) (24701) ... 13,432,000 ..... (re. $1,562,000)
    38    Notwithstanding  any law to the contrary, for state parks and land and
    39      easement infrastructure, access and stewardship projects which shall
    40      include capital projects: (i) on state parks and state  owned  lands
    41      acquired  pursuant  to  sections 54-0303 and 56-0307 of the environ-
    42      mental conservation law and (ii) on state parks or state owned lands
    43      and easements under the jurisdiction of the department  of  environ-
    44      mental  conservation or the office of parks, recreation and historic
    45      preservation for access opportunities for people with  disabilities;
    46      access  to  the State Forest Preserve; State reforestation, Wildlife
    47      Management areas and conservation easement lands; recreational trail
    48      construction and maintenance;  Catskill  and  Adirondack  campground
    49      improvements  to  public  access and sanitation facilities; environ-
    50      mental  education;  conservation  education  facility  improvements;
    51      archeological,  historic,  cultural  and  natural  resource surveys,

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                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1      forest  health  surveys,  interpretation,  and  inventories;  Forest
     2      Preserve  and  state  forest  unit management planning; conservation
     3      easement  public  recreation  planning;  habitat   restoration   and
     4      enhancement;  state fish hatchery improvements; water access facili-
     5      ties and safety improvements; public beach facility development  and
     6      improvement;  public  access  improvements  at  day use areas; state
     7      historic site exterior  restoration;  and  cabin  area  and  camping
     8      facility  development,  restoration  and  reconstruction  (09ST10ER)
     9      (24702) ... 16,228,000 ............................... (re. $58,000)

    10  By chapter 99, section 1, of the laws of 2010, as amended by chapter 54,
    11      section 1, of the laws of 2011:
    12    Local waterfront revitalization programs, notwithstanding any  law  to
    13      the  contrary,  not less than, $6,000,000 for waterfront revitaliza-
    14      tion projects which are in or primarily serve areas where demograph-
    15      ic and other relevant data for such areas demonstrate that the areas
    16      are densely populated and  have  sustained  physical  deterioration,
    17      decay,  neglect, or disinvestment, or where a substantial proportion
    18      of the residential population is  of  low  income  or  is  otherwise
    19      disadvantaged and is underserved with respect to the existing recre-
    20      ational  opportunities in the area; and provided further this appro-
    21      priation shall not be construed to restrict the  use  of  any  addi-
    22      tional  monies  for  such projects; $550,000 for Buffalo Waterfront;
    23      $300,000 for Niagara River Greenway; $250,000 for Hudson  and  Cham-
    24      plain  Docks;  and $400,000 for the Beacon Institute including costs
    25      incurred prior to April 1, 2011 (09WR10ER) (24700) .................
    26      12,000,000 ........................................ (re. $5,500,000)
 
    27  By chapter 55, section 1, of the laws of 2009,  as  amended  by  chapter
    28      502, section 5, of the laws of 2009:
    29    Parks,  recreation and historic preservation projects, notwithstanding
    30      any law to the contrary, not less  than,  $8,490,000  for  municipal
    31      parks  projects  which  are  in or primarily serve areas where demo-
    32      graphic and other relevant data for such areas demonstrate that  the
    33      areas  are  densely  populated  and  have sustained physical deteri-
    34      oration, decay, neglect or  disinvestment  or  where  a  substantial
    35      proportion  of  the  residential  population  is of low income or is
    36      otherwise disadvantaged and  is  underserved  with  respect  to  the
    37      existing recreational opportunities in the area, and notwithstanding
    38      any  law  to  the  contrary,  $500,000  for Olmstead Park (09MP09ER)
    39      (24701) ... 20,813,000 ............................ (re. $2,885,000)
    40    Notwithstanding  any  law  to  the  contrary,  for  the  purposes   of
    41      Hudson-FultonChamplain  Quadricentennial  celebrations, projects and
    42      programs (09QC09ER) (24821) ... 450,000 ............. (re. $125,000)
 
    43  By chapter 55, section 1, of the laws of 2008, as amended by chapter 54,
    44      section 1, of the laws of 2018:
    45    For services and expenses  of  projects  and  purposes  authorized  by
    46      section  92-s  of  the state finance law to receive funding from the
    47      parks, recreation and historic preservation  account  in  accordance
    48      with  a programmatic and financial plan to be approved by the direc-

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                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1      tor of the budget, including suballocation to  other  state  depart-
     2      ments and agencies, according to the following:
     3    Notwithstanding   any  law  to  the  contrary,  for  the  purposes  of
     4      Hudson-FultonChamplain Quadricentennial celebrations,  projects  and
     5      programs (09QC08ER) (24821) ... 3,000,000 ........... (re. $137,000)
 
     6  By  chapter 55, section 1, of the laws of 2008, as amended by chapter 1,
     7      section 4, of the laws of 2009:
     8    Parks, recreation and historic preservation projects,  notwithstanding
     9      any  law  to  the  contrary, not less than, $6,400,000 for municipal
    10      parks projects which are in or primarily  serve  areas  where  demo-
    11      graphic  and other relevant data for such areas demonstrate that the
    12      areas are densely populated  and  have  sustained  physical  deteri-
    13      oration,  decay,  neglect  or  disinvestment  or where a substantial
    14      proportion of the residential population is  of  low  income  or  is
    15      otherwise  disadvantaged  and  is  underserved  with  respect to the
    16      existing recreational opportunities in the area, and notwithstanding
    17      any law to the contrary, $50,000 from the heritage areas  allocation
    18      for  the purpose of awarding grants on a competitive basis to herit-
    19      age area organizations  designated  in  statute  (09MP08ER)  (24701)
    20      19,225,000 ........................................ (re. $2,137,000)
    21    Notwithstanding  any law to the contrary, for state parks and land and
    22      easement infrastructure, access and stewardship projects which shall
    23      include capital projects: (i) on state parks and state  owned  lands
    24      acquired  pursuant  to  sections 54-0303 and 56-0307 of the environ-
    25      mental conservation law; (ii) on state parks or  state  owned  lands
    26      and  easements  under the jurisdiction of the department of environ-
    27      mental conservation or the office of parks, recreation and  historic
    28      preservation  for access opportunities for people with disabilities;
    29      access to the State Forest Preserve; State  reforestation,  Wildlife
    30      Management areas and conservation easement lands; recreational trail
    31      construction  and  maintenance;  Catskill  and Adirondack campground
    32      improvements to public access and  sanitation  facilities;  environ-
    33      mental  education;  conservation  education  facility  improvements;
    34      archeological, historic,  cultural  and  natural  resource  surveys,
    35      forest  health  surveys,  interpretation,  and  inventories;  Forest
    36      Preserve and state forest  unit  management  planning;  conservation
    37      easement   public   recreation  planning;  habitat  restoration  and
    38      enhancement; state fish hatchery improvements; water access  facili-
    39      ties  and safety improvements; public beach facility development and
    40      improvement; public access improvements  at  day  use  areas;  state
    41      historic  site  exterior  restoration;  and  cabin  area and camping
    42      facility development, restoration and reconstruction; (iii) $750,000
    43      from  such  amount  for  Belleayre  Mountain  ski  center   projects
    44      (09ST08ER) (24702) ... 4,000,000 ..................... (re. $37,000)
 
    45  By chapter 55, section 1, of the laws of 2007:
    46    For  services  and  expenses  of  projects  and purposes authorized by
    47      section 92-s of the state finance law to receive  funding  from  the
    48      parks,  recreation  and  historic preservation account in accordance
    49      with a programmatic and financial plan to be approved by the  direc-

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                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1      tor  of  the  budget, including suballocation to other state depart-
     2      ments and agencies, according to the following:
     3    Local  waterfront  revitalization programs, notwithstanding any law to
     4      the contrary, not less than, $6,656,000 for  waterfront  revitaliza-
     5      tion projects which are in or primarily serve areas where demograph-
     6      ic and other relevant data for such areas demonstrate that the areas
     7      are  densely  populated  and  have sustained physical deterioration,
     8      decay, neglect, or disinvestment, or where a substantial  proportion
     9      of  the  residential  population  is  of  low income or is otherwise
    10      disadvantaged and is underserved with respect to the existing recre-
    11      ational opportunities in the area; and provided further this section
    12      shall not be construed to restrict the use of any additional  monies
    13      for  such  projects;  $1,625,000  for  services  and expenses of the
    14      Beacon Institute; $1,000,000 for services and expenses of riverfront
    15      development properties in  Rensselaer  county;  and  $1,000,000  for
    16      services  and  expenses  for  Long  Island water projects (09WR07ER)
    17      (24700) ... 26,625,000 .............................. (re. $125,000)
    18    Parks, recreation and historic preservation projects,  notwithstanding
    19      any  law  to  the  contrary, not less than, $5,306,000 for municipal
    20      parks projects which are in or primarily  serve  areas  where  demo-
    21      graphic  and other relevant data for such areas demonstrate that the
    22      areas are densely populated  and  have  sustained  physical  deteri-
    23      oration,  decay,  neglect  or  disinvestment  or where a substantial
    24      proportion of the residential population is  of  low  income  or  is
    25      otherwise  disadvantaged  and  is  underserved  with  respect to the
    26      existing recreational opportunities in the area  (09MP07ER)  (24701)
    27      ... 21,225,000 .................................... (re. $1,198,000)
 
    28  By  chapter 55, section 1, of the laws of 2006, as added by chapter 108,
    29      section 5, of the laws of 2006:
    30    For services and expenses  of  projects  and  purposes  authorized  by
    31      section  92-s  of  the state finance law to receive funding from the
    32      parks, recreation and historic preservation  account  in  accordance
    33      with  a programmatic and financial plan to be approved by the direc-
    34      tor of the budget, including suballocation to  other  state  depart-
    35      ments  and agencies, including: (a) notwithstanding subdivision 7 of
    36      section 92-s of the state finance  law  or  any  other  law  to  the
    37      contrary,  $5,000,000  for services and expenses of the Hudson River
    38      Park Trust for projects related to the  development  of  the  Hudson
    39      River  Park consistent with provisions of chapter 592 of the laws of
    40      1998; provided, however, such  funds  shall  not  be  available  for
    41      suballocation  to any public benefit corporation or public authority
    42      with the exception of the Hudson  River  Park  Trust  and  shall  be
    43      available  solely  for  the liabilities incurred by the Hudson River
    44      Park Trust or by other state departments or agencies  on  behalf  of
    45      the  Hudson  River  Park Trust and shall be available solely for the
    46      liabilities incurred by the Hudson River  Park  Trust  or  by  other
    47      state  departments  or  agencies  on behalf of the Hudson River Park
    48      Trust on or after April 1, 1999. Provided further  that,  the  comp-
    49      troller  is  hereby authorized and directed to release monies to the
    50      Hudson River Park Trust in amounts set forth in a schedule  approved
    51      by  the  director  of the budget; (b) notwithstanding any law to the

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                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1      contrary, $15,000,000  for  state  parks  and  land  infrastructure,
     2      access   and   stewardship  projects  which  shall  include  capital
     3      projects: (i) on state parks and state owned lands acquired pursuant
     4      to  sections  54-0303  and 56-0307 of the environmental conservation
     5      law or (ii) on state parks or state owned lands under the  jurisdic-
     6      tion  of  the department of environmental conservation or the office
     7      of parks, recreation and historic preservation for  access  opportu-
     8      nities  for  people  with  disabilities;  access to the State Forest
     9      Preserve; recreational trail construction and maintenance;  Catskill
    10      and  Adirondack campground improvements to public access and sanita-
    11      tion  facilities;  conservation  education  facility   improvements;
    12      archeological,  historic,  cultural  and  natural  resource surveys,
    13      interpretation, and inventories; Forest Preserve  and  state  forest
    14      unit management planning; habitat restoration and enhancement; state
    15      fish  hatchery  improvements;  water  access  facilities  and safety
    16      improvements; public beach  facility  development  and  improvement;
    17      public  access  improvements  at  day use areas; state historic site
    18      exterior restoration; and cabin area and camping  facility  develop-
    19      ment,  restoration  and reconstruction; and (iii) $750,000 from such
    20      amount for Belleayre Mountain ski center projects; (c) notwithstand-
    21      ing any law to the contrary, $5,000,000 for historic barns  program;
    22      (d)  notwithstanding  any  law to the contrary, $7,500,000 for zoos,
    23      botanical gardens and aquaria program; (e) notwithstanding  any  law
    24      to  the contrary, not less than, $6,750,000 for waterfront revitali-
    25      zation projects which are in or primarily serve  areas  where  demo-
    26      graphic  and other relevant data for such areas demonstrate that the
    27      areas are densely populated  and  have  sustained  physical  deteri-
    28      oration,  decay,  neglect,  or disinvestment, or where a substantial
    29      proportion of the residential population is  of  low  income  or  is
    30      otherwise  disadvantaged  and  is  underserved  with  respect to the
    31      existing  recreational  opportunities  in  the  area;  and  provided
    32      further  this  section shall not be construed to restrict the use of
    33      any additional monies for such projects; (f) notwithstanding any law
    34      to the contrary, not  less  than,  $5,118,000  for  municipal  parks
    35      projects which are in or primarily serve areas where demographic and
    36      other  relevant  data  for such areas demonstrate that the areas are
    37      densely populated and have sustained physical deterioration,  decay,
    38      neglect  or  disinvestment  or where a substantial proportion of the
    39      residential population is of low income or  is  otherwise  disadvan-
    40      taged  and  is underserved with respect to the existing recreational
    41      opportunities in the area; and provided further this  section  shall
    42      not  be  construed  to restrict the use of any additional monies for
    43      such projects and not less than $1,500,000 for the Albany Pine  Bush
    44      Preserve  Discovery  Center;  (g)  notwithstanding  any  law  to the
    45      contrary, $7,250,000 from the waterfront  revitalization  allocation
    46      for the Beacon Institute including $5,000,000 for the development of
    47      the  upper  satellite  center  associated  with the Beacon Institute
    48      located on the Troy waterfront; and (h) notwithstanding any  law  to
    49      the  contrary,  $1,000,000  for waterfront revitalization and river-
    50      front development projects in the county of Rensselaer and  $300,000
    51      for  Sea  Cliff,  $300,000  for the town of Huntington, $100,000 for
    52      Laurel Hollow, $100,000 for Asharoken, $100,000 for Lloyd Harbor and

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                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1      $100,000 for Bayville; provided that such state  assistance  payment
     2      shall  not be construed to restrict the use of any additional monies
     3      for such project or be considered  a  state  assistance  payment  or
     4      other  assistance  for the purposes of title 11 of article 54 of the
     5      environmental conservation law and title 3  of  article  56  of  the
     6      environmental  conservation  law; and provided further, however that
     7      such state assistance payment shall reduce the total  cost  of  such
     8      project  for  purposes  of calculating eligibility for further state
     9      assistance payments (09E306ER) (24752) .............................
    10      79,970,000 ........................................ (re. $2,747,000)
 
    11                PROJECT SCHEDULE
    12  PROJECT                               AMOUNT
    13  --------------------------------------------
    14                        (thousands of dollars)
    15  Local  waterfront  revitaliza-
    16    tion programs ..................... 27,000
    17  Parks, recreation and historic
    18    preservation projects ............. 20,470
    19  Stewardship projects ................ 15,000
    20  Historic barn preservation ........... 5,000
    21  Zoos,  botanical  gardens  and
    22    aquaria projects ................... 7,500
    23  Hudson River Park .................... 5,000
    24                                --------------
    25    Total ............................. 79,970
    26                                ==============
 
    27  By chapter 55, section 1, of the laws of 2005, as added by  chapter  62,
    28      section 4, of the laws of 2005:
    29    For  services  and  expenses  of  projects  and purposes authorized by
    30      section 92-s of the state finance law to receive  funding  from  the
    31      parks,  recreation  and  historic preservation account in accordance
    32      with a programmatic and financial plan to be approved by the  direc-
    33      tor  of  the  budget, including suballocation to other state depart-
    34      ments and agencies, including: (a) notwithstanding subdivision 7  of
    35      section  92-s  of  the  state  finance  law  or any other law to the
    36      contrary, $5,000,000 for services and expenses of the  Hudson  River
    37      Park  Trust  for  projects  related to the development of the Hudson
    38      River Park consistent with provisions of chapter 592 of the laws  of
    39      1998;  provided,  however,  such  funds  shall  not be available for
    40      suballocation to any public benefit corporation or public  authority
    41      with  the  exception  of  the  Hudson  River Park Trust and shall be
    42      available solely for the liabilities incurred by  the  Hudson  River
    43      Park  Trust  or  by other state departments or agencies on behalf of
    44      the Hudson River Park Trust and shall be available  solely  for  the
    45      liabilities  incurred  by  the  Hudson  River Park Trust or by other
    46      state departments or agencies on behalf of  the  Hudson  River  Park
    47      Trust  on  or  after April 1, 1999. Provided further that, the comp-
    48      troller is hereby authorized and directed to release monies  to  the
    49      Hudson  River Park Trust in amounts set forth in a schedule approved
    50      by the director of the budget; (b) notwithstanding any  law  to  the

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                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1      contrary,  $6,500,000  for  state  parks and land infrastructure and
     2      stewardship projects which shall include capital  projects:  (i)  on
     3      state  parks  and  state  owned  lands acquired pursuant to sections
     4      54-0303 and 56-0307 of the environmental conservation law or (ii) on
     5      state  parks  or  state  owned  lands  under the jurisdiction of the
     6      department of environmental conservation or  the  office  of  parks,
     7      recreation  and  historic  preservation for access opportunities for
     8      people with disabilities;  access  to  the  State  Forest  Preserve;
     9      recreational   trail  construction  and  maintenance;  Catskill  and
    10      Adirondack campground improvements to public access  and  sanitation
    11      facilities; conservation education facility improvements; archeolog-
    12      ical,  historic,  cultural and natural resource surveys, interpreta-
    13      tion, and inventories; Forest  Preserve  unit  management  planning;
    14      habitat restoration and enhancement; water access facilities; public
    15      beach  facility  development and improvement; public access improve-
    16      ments at day use areas; state historic  site  exterior  restoration;
    17      and  cabin  area  and  camping facility development, restoration and
    18      reconstruction; and include seven  hundred  fifty  thousand  dollars
    19      from  such  amount  for  Belleayre Mountain ski center projects; (c)
    20      notwithstanding any law to the contrary, $750,000 for historic barns
    21      program; (d) notwithstanding any law to the contrary, $6,000,000 for
    22      zoos, botanical gardens and aquaria program; (e) notwithstanding any
    23      law to the contrary not less than, $3,563,000 for  waterfront  revi-
    24      talization  projects  which  are  in  or primarily serve areas where
    25      demographic and other relevant data for such areas demonstrate  that
    26      the  areas are densely populated and have sustained physical deteri-
    27      oration, decay, neglect, or disinvestment, or  where  a  substantial
    28      proportion  of  the  residential  population  is of low income or is
    29      otherwise disadvantaged and  is  underserved  with  respect  to  the
    30      existing  recreational  opportunities  in  the  area;  and  provided
    31      further this section shall not be construed to restrict the  use  of
    32      any additional monies for such projects; (f) notwithstanding any law
    33      to  the  contrary,  not  less  than,  $3,579,000 for municipal parks
    34      projects which are in or primarily serve areas where demographic and
    35      other relevant data for such areas demonstrate that  the  areas  are
    36      densely  populated and have sustained physical deterioration, decay,
    37      neglect or disinvestment or where a substantial  proportion  of  the
    38      residential  population  is  of low income or is otherwise disadvan-
    39      taged and is underserved with respect to the  existing  recreational
    40      opportunities  in  the area; and provided further this section shall
    41      not be construed to restrict the use of any  additional  monies  for
    42      such   projects;  (g)  notwithstanding  any  law  to  the  contrary,
    43      $1,000,000 from the waterfront  revitalization  allocation  for  the
    44      rivers  and  estuaries center on the Hudson; and (h) notwithstanding
    45      any law to the contrary, $1,000,000  for  waterfront  revitalization
    46      and  riverfront development projects in the county of Rensselaer and
    47      $500,000 for Oyster Bay and $500,000 for  the  town  of  Huntington;
    48      provided  that  such state assistance payment shall not be construed
    49      to restrict the use of any additional monies for such project or  be
    50      considered  a  state  assistance payment or other assistance for the
    51      purposes of title 11 of article 54 of the environmental conservation
    52      law and title 3 of article 56 of the environmental conservation law;

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                        DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1      and provided further, however that  such  state  assistance  payment
     2      shall  reduce  the total cost of such project for purposes of calcu-
     3      lating eligibility for further state assistance payments  (09E305ER)
     4      (24752) ... 46,815,000 ............................ (re. $1,148,000)
 
     5                PROJECT SCHEDULE
     6  PROJECT                               AMOUNT
     7  --------------------------------------------
     8                        (thousands of dollars)
     9  Local  waterfront  revitaliza-
    10    tion programs ..................... 14,250
    11  Parks, recreation and historic
    12    preservation projects ............. 14,315
    13  Stewardship projects ................. 6,500
    14  Historic barn preservation ............. 750
    15  Zoos,  botanical  gardens  and
    16    aquaria projects ................... 6,000
    17  Hudson River Park .................... 5,000
    18                                --------------
    19    Total ............................. 46,815
    20                                ==============
 
    21  By chapter 55, section 1, of the laws of 2004, as amended by chapter 54,
    22      section 1, of the laws of 2011:
    23    For  services  and  expenses  of  projects  and purposes authorized by
    24      section 92-s of the state finance law to receive  funding  from  the
    25      parks,  recreation  and  historic preservation account in accordance
    26      with a programmatic and financial plan to be approved by the  direc-
    27      tor  of  the  budget, including suballocation to other state depart-
    28      ments and agencies (09E304ER) (24752) ..............................
    29      41,565,000 .......................................... (re. $964,000)
 
    30                PROJECT SCHEDULE
    31  PROJECT                               AMOUNT
    32  --------------------------------------------
    33                        (thousands of dollars)
    34  Local  waterfront  revitaliza-
    35    tion programs ..................... 12,500
    36  Parks, recreation and historic
    37    preservation projects ............. 12,565
    38  Hudson River Park ................... 10,000
    39  Stewardship projects ................. 5,750
    40  Historic barns projects ................ 750
    41                                --------------
    42    Total ............................. 41,565
    43                                ==============
 
    44  By  chapter 55, section 1, of the laws of 2003, as added by chapter 684,
    45      section 2, of the laws of 2003:
    46    For services and expenses  of  projects  and  purposes  authorized  by
    47      section  92-s  of  the state finance law to receive funding from the
    48      parks, recreation and historic preservation  account  in  accordance

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                        DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1      with  a programmatic and financial plan to be approved by the direc-
     2      tor of the budget, including suballocation to  other  state  depart-
     3      ments and agencies (09E303ER) (24752) ..............................
     4      45,665,000 .......................................... (re. $258,000)
 
     5               Project Schedule
     6  PROJECT                               AMOUNT
     7  --------------------------------------------
     8                        (thousands of dollars)
     9  Local  waterfront  revitaliza-
    10    tion projects ..................... 12,000
    11  Parks, recreation and historic
    12    preservation projects ............. 12,165
    13  Hudson River Park ................... 15,000
    14  Stewardship projects ................. 5,750
    15  Historic barns projects ................ 750
    16                                --------------
    17    Total ............................. 45,665
    18                                ==============
 
    19  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2002:
    20    For  services  and  expenses  of  projects  and purposes authorized by
    21      section 92-s of the state finance law to receive  funding  from  the
    22      parks,  recreation  and  historic preservation account in accordance
    23      with a programmatic and financial plan to be approved by the  direc-
    24      tor  of  the  budget, including suballocation to other state depart-
    25      ments and agencies. Notwithstanding any other law to  the  contrary,
    26      $11  million  of  this appropriation shall support capital projects,
    27      excluding personal service costs, eligible and authorized for  fund-
    28      ing  from  any office of parks, recreation and historic preservation
    29      state park infrastructure fund - 076  appropriation  or  reappropri-
    30      ation, subject to the approval of the director of the budget.
    31    Notwithstanding  any other law to the contrary, such expenses shall be
    32      paid in the first instance from the state park infrastructure fund -
    33      076, then reimbursed from this appropriation, including the transfer
    34      of expenses and the payment of liabilities incurred prior  to  April
    35      1, 2002, up to the limit of $11 million (09E302ER) (24752) .........
    36      47,935,000 .......................................... (re. $528,000)
 
    37               Project Schedule
    38  PROJECT                               AMOUNT
    39  --------------------------------------------
    40                        (thousands of dollars)
    41  Local  waterfront  revitaliza-
    42    tion programs ...................... 6,685
    43  Parks, recreation and historic
    44    preservation projects .............. 7,250
    45  Hudson River Park ................... 15,000
    46  Stewardship projects ................. 7,000
    47  State parks projects ................ 11,000
    48  Historic barns projects .............. 1,000
    49                                --------------

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                        DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1    Total ............................. 47,935
     2                                ==============
 
     3  By chapter 55, section 1, of the laws of 2000, as amended by chapter 55,
     4      section 1, of the laws of 2007:
     5    For  services  and  expenses  of  projects  and purposes authorized by
     6      section 92-s of the state finance law to receive  funding  from  the
     7      parks,  recreation  and  historic preservation account in accordance
     8      with a programmatic and financial plan to be approved by the  direc-
     9      tor  of  the  budget, including suballocation to other state depart-
    10      ments and agencies (09E300ER) (24752) ..............................
    11      46,550,000 .......................................... (re. $736,000)
 
    12               Project Schedule
    13  PROJECT                               AMOUNT
    14  --------------------------------------------
    15                        (thousands of dollars)
    16  Local  waterfront  revitaliza-
    17    tion programs ...................... 7,068
    18  Park,  recreation and historic
    19    preservation projects .............. 7,482
    20  Hudson River Park ................... 20,000
    21  Stewardship projects ................ 12,000
    22                                --------------
    23    Total ............................. 46,550
    24                                ==============
 
    25  By chapter 55, section 1, of the laws of 1999:
    26    For services and expenses  of  projects  and  purposes  authorized  by
    27      section  92-s  of  the state finance law to receive funding from the
    28      parks, recreation and historic preservation  account  in  accordance
    29      with  a programmatic and financial plan to be approved by the direc-
    30      tor of the budget, including suballocation to  other  state  depart-
    31      ments and agencies (09E399ER) (24752) ..............................
    32      44,850,000 .......................................... (re. $306,000)
 
    33               Project Schedule
    34  PROJECT                               AMOUNT
    35  --------------------------------------------
    36                        (thousands of dollars)
    37  Local  waterfront  revitaliza-
    38    tion programs ...................... 4,975
    39  Park, recreation and  historic
    40    preservation projects .............. 6,875
    41  Hudson River Park ................... 21,000
    42  Stewardship projects ................ 12,000
    43                                --------------
    44    Total ............................. 44,850
    45                                ==============
 
    46  By chapter 55, section 1, of the laws of 1998:

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                        DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1    For  services  and  expenses  of  projects  and purposes authorized by
     2      section 92-s of the state finance law to receive  funding  from  the
     3      parks,  recreation  and  historic preservation account in accordance
     4      with a programmatic and financial plan to be approved by the  direc-
     5      tor  of  the  budget, including suballocation to other state depart-
     6      ments, agencies and public authorities (09E398ER) (24752) ..........
     7      19,700,000 .......................................... (re. $622,000)
 
     8               project schedule
     9  PROJECT                               AMOUNT
    10  --------------------------------------------
    11                        (thousands of dollars)
    12  Local  waterfront  revitaliza-
    13    tion programs ...................... 5,600
    14  Park,  recreation and historic
    15    preservation       projects,
    16    including  $4,000,000  which
    17    shall be made available  for
    18    services     and    expenses
    19    related  to  development  of
    20    the Hudson River Park ............. 13,100
    21  Coastal  rehabilitation  proj-
    22    ects ............................... 1,000
    23                                --------------
    24    Total.............................. 19,700
    25                                ==============
 
    26  By chapter 55, section 1, of the laws of 1997, as amended by chapter 54,
    27      section 1, of the laws of 2018:
    28    For services and expenses  of  projects  and  purposes  authorized  by
    29      section  92-s  of  the state finance law to receive funding from the
    30      parks, recreation and historic preservation  account  in  accordance
    31      with  a programmatic and financial plan to be approved by the direc-
    32      tor of the budget, including suballocation to  other  state  depart-
    33      ments and agencies (09E397ER) (24752) ..............................
    34      31,800,000 .......................................... (re. $675,000)
 
    35               project schedule
    36  PROJECT                               AMOUNT
    37  --------------------------------------------
    38                        (thousands of dollars)
    39  Local  waterfront  revitaliza-
    40    tion programs ...................... 8,975
    41  Park, recreation and  historic
    42    preservation projects ............. 14,525
    43  Coastal  rehabilitation  proj-
    44    ects .............................. 10,675
    45                                --------------
    46    Total ............................. 34,175
    47                                ==============

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                        DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1  By chapter 55, section 1, of the laws of 1996, as amended by chapter 55,
     2      section 1, of the laws of 2007:
     3    For  services  and  expenses  of  projects  and purposes authorized by
     4      section 92-s of the state finance law to receive  funding  from  the
     5      parks,  recreation  and  historic preservation account in accordance
     6      with a programmatic and financial plan to be approved by the  direc-
     7      tor  of  the  budget, including suballocation to other state depart-
     8      ments and agencies (09E396ER) (24752) ..............................
     9      21,624,000 .......................................... (re. $764,000)
 
    10               project schedule
    11  PROJECT                               AMOUNT
    12  --------------------------------------------
    13                        (thousands of dollars)
    14  Local  waterfront  revitaliza-
    15    tion programs ...................... 3,000
    16  Local  waterfront  revitaliza-
    17    tion projects ...................... 1,500
    18  Parks, recreation and historic
    19    preservation projects .............. 8,000
    20  Parks, recreation and historic
    21    preservation projects .............. 8,500
    22  Coastal  rehabilitation  proj-
    23    ects ............................... 1,500
    24                                --------------
    25    Total ............................. 22,500
    26                                ==============

    27  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 1995, as amended by chapter 55,
    28      section 1, of the laws of 2007:
    29    For services and expenses  of  projects  and  purposes  authorized  by
    30      section  92-s  of  the state finance law to receive funding from the
    31      parks,  recreation  and  historic  preservation  account  (71E395ER)
    32      (24752) ... 6,340,000 ................................ (re. $69,000)
 
    33               project schedule
    34  PROJECT                               AMOUNT
    35  --------------------------------------------
    36                        (thousands of dollars)
    37  Local  waterfront  revitaliza-
    38    tion plans ......................... 1,300
    39  Parks, recreation and historic
    40    preservation projects .............. 4,000
    41  Coastal  rehabilitation  proj-
    42    ects ............................... 1,200
    43                                --------------
    44    Total .............................. 6,500
    45                                ==============
 
    46    Capital Projects Funds - Other
    47    Environmental Protection Fund
    48    Solid Waste Account - 30452

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                        DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1    Environment and Recreation Purpose
 
     2  The appropriation made by chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2023, is
     3      hereby amended and reappropriated to read:
     4    For  services  and  expenses  of  projects  and purposes authorized by
     5      section 92-s of the state finance law to receive  funding  from  the
     6      solid  waste account in accordance with a programmatic and financial
     7      plan to be approved by the director of the budget, including  subal-
     8      location  to  other state departments and agencies, according to the
     9      following:
    10    Non-hazardous landfill closure projects (09LC23ER) (24813) ...........
    11      300,000 ............................................. (re. $300,000)
    12    Municipal waste reduction or recycling projects, including  developing
    13      secondary  recycling  markets  in  New York state, and $2,500,000 of
    14      such amount shall be made available for municipalities and  not-for-
    15      profit  food  banks for projects for food donation and the recycling
    16      of food scraps (09MR23ER) (24814) ..................................
    17      19,000,000 ....................................... (re. $19,000,000)
    18    Secondary materials regional marketing assistance  (09SM23ER)  (24816)
    19      ... 650,000 ......................................... (re. $650,000)
    20    Pesticide program, not less than $200,000 of which shall be for activ-
    21      ities   related   to  Long  Island  pesticide  pollution  prevention
    22      (09PD23ER) (24818) ... 1,500,000 .................. (re. $1,500,000)
    23    Notwithstanding any law to the contrary, for the payment of the  costs
    24      associated with environmental justice projects and programs, includ-
    25      ing  but  not  limited  to: monitoring of air quality; education and
    26      outreach; $3,000,000  for  the  connect  kids  program  facilitating
    27      access in title 1 school districts, municipalities, and not-for-pro-
    28      fit  organizations  to outdoor recreational activities, public lands
    29      and parks providing environmental education opportunities  in  envi-
    30      ronmental   justice,   inner   city   and  underserved  communities;
    31      $4,000,000 of such amount shall  be  made  available  for  community
    32      impact  and  job  training grants; including $500,000 of such amount
    33      shall be made available to a  not-for-profit  organization  for  the
    34      purpose  of  awarding  grants  on  a  competitive basis to community
    35      groups to build the capacity of such groups, provided that up to ten
    36      percent may be made available for administrative costs and/or  tech-
    37      nical  assistance. Community impact and job training grants shall be
    38      in or affecting environmental justice communities in an amount of up
    39      to $100,000 for community groups for projects that address an  envi-
    40      ronmental  justice  community's  exposure  to multiple environmental
    41      harms and risks, including lead exposure and shall include implemen-
    42      tation, studies, including air monitoring, to investigate the  envi-
    43      ronment,  or related public health issues of the community, research
    44      that will be used to expand the knowledge or  understanding  of  the
    45      affected  community  and  ways  to  improve  the  resiliency  of the
    46      affected community.  The  results  of  the  investigation  shall  be
    47      disseminated  to members of the affected community. Community groups
    48      eligible for funding must provide services within the same community
    49      as the environmental and/or  related  public  health  issues  to  be
    50      addressed  by the project. Such groups shall be primarily focused on
    51      addressing the environmental and/or related public health issues  of

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                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1      the  residents  of  the  affected  community  and shall be comprised
     2      primarily of members of the affected community; and $746,000 for the
     3      college of environmental science  and  forestry  center  for  native
     4      peoples and the environment (09EJ23ER) (24713) .....................
     5      13,000,000 ....................................... (re. $13,000,000)
     6    Notwithstanding  any  law to the contrary, for assessment and recovery
     7      of any natural resource damages (09RD23ER) (24817) .................
     8      1,775,000 ......................................... (re. $1,775,000)
     9    Notwithstanding any law to the contrary, for the pollution  prevention
    10      institute,  and  including  $250,000  for the department to contract
    11      with the Northeast waste management officials' association  for  the
    12      Interstate Chemicals Clearing house (09PP23ER) (24815) .............
    13      4,600,000 ......................................... (re. $4,600,000)
    14    Environmental  health  for  assessments, testing and actions including
    15      but not limited to abatement to address suspected human exposure  to
    16      chemical,  physical  and  microbiological  agents, including contam-
    17      inants in drinking water, including projects to combat harmful algal
    18      blooms, including vector control for tick-borne  illnesses  such  as
    19      lyme disease; including up to $500,000 for the CleanSweepNY program;
    20      and  $4,000,000 for children's environmental health centers, includ-
    21      ing  school  and  community  childhood  lead   exposure   assessment
    22      conducted by such centers; and not more than $3,850,000 for programs
    23      to  expand  and  improve access to local, fresh, nutritional food to
    24      nutritionally under- served neighborhoods, including but not limited
    25      to the New York State Fresh Connect Program,  expanded  Supplemental
    26      Nutrition  Assistance  Program  access, expanded community supported
    27      agriculture program benefits, and the development of expanded  tech-
    28      nological  access  for  these  communities;  $1,000,000 to the State
    29      University of New York  at  Stony  Brook  directly  or  through  its
    30      research foundation, to support research development and any associ-
    31      ated  testing  or  pilot  projects towards the treatment of water to
    32      remove  [1,4  dioxane]  contaminants  of   emerging   concern;   and
    33      $1,500,000  to  the  United  States  Geological  Survey for the Long
    34      Island Ground Water study (09EH23ER) (25703) .......................
    35      12,750,000 ....................................... (re. $12,750,000)
    36    Brownfield opportunity area grants as authorized pursuant  to  section
    37      970-r of the general municipal law (09BO23ER) (25702) ..............
    38      2,000,000 ......................................... (re. $2,000,000)
 
    39  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2022:
    40    For  services  and  expenses  of  projects  and purposes authorized by
    41      section 92-s of the state finance law to receive  funding  from  the
    42      solid  waste account in accordance with a programmatic and financial
    43      plan to be approved by the director of the budget, including  subal-
    44      location  to  other state departments and agencies, according to the
    45      following:
    46    Non-hazardous landfill closure projects, including $300,000 for  Essex
    47      county  under  an  agreement  with  the  department of environmental
    48      conservation; and $150,000 for Hamilton county  under  an  agreement
    49      with the department of environmental conservation (09LC22ER) (24813)
    50      ... 750,000 ......................................... (re. $750,000)

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                        DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1    Municipal  waste reduction or recycling projects, including developing
     2      secondary recycling markets in New York  state,  and  $2,500,000  of
     3      such  amount shall be made available for municipalities and not-for-
     4      profit food banks for projects for food donation and  the  recycling
     5      of food scraps (09MR22ER) (24814) ..................................
     6      19,000,000 ....................................... (re. $16,144,000)
     7    Secondary  materials  regional marketing assistance (09SM22ER) (24816)
     8      ... 650,000 ......................................... (re. $650,000)
     9    Pesticide program, not less than $200,000 of which shall be for activ-
    10      ities  related  to  Long  Island  pesticide   pollution   prevention
    11      (09PD22ER) (24818) ... 1,500,000 .................. (re. $1,500,000)
    12    Notwithstanding  any law to the contrary, for the payment of the costs
    13      associated with environmental justice projects and programs, includ-
    14      ing but not limited to: monitoring of  air  quality;  education  and
    15      outreach;  $3,000,000  for  the  connect  kids  program facilitating
    16      access in title 1 school districts, municipalities, and not-for-pro-
    17      fit organizations to outdoor recreational activities,  public  lands
    18      and  parks  and  providing  environmental education opportunities in
    19      environmental justice, inner city and underserved  communities;  and
    20      $4,000,000  of  such  amount  shall  be made available for community
    21      impact and job training grants; including $500,000  of  such  amount
    22      shall  be  made  available  to a not-for-profit organization for the
    23      purpose of awarding grants  on  a  competitive  basis  to  community
    24      groups to build the capacity of such groups, provided that up to ten
    25      percent  may be made available for administrative costs and/or tech-
    26      nical assistance. Community impact and job training grants shall  be
    27      in or affecting environmental justice communities in an amount of up
    28      to  $100,000 for community groups for projects that address an envi-
    29      ronmental justice community's  exposure  to  multiple  environmental
    30      harms and risks, including lead exposure and shall include implemen-
    31      tation,  studies, including air monitoring, to investigate the envi-
    32      ronment, or related public health issues of the community,  research
    33      that  will  be  used to expand the knowledge or understanding of the
    34      affected community  and  ways  to  improve  the  resiliency  of  the
    35      affected  community.  The  results  of  the  investigation  shall be
    36      disseminated to members of the affected community. Community  groups
    37      eligible for funding must provide services within the same community
    38      as  the  environmental  and/or  related  public  health issues to be
    39      addressed by the project. Such groups shall be primarily focused  on
    40      addressing  the environmental and/or related public health issues of
    41      the residents of the  affected  community  and  shall  be  comprised
    42      primarily  of members of the affected community; and $300,000 to the
    43      Adirondack North Country Association for the purposes of the Adiron-
    44      dack diversity initiative (09EJ22ER) (24713) .......................
    45      13,000,000 ....................................... (re. $12,565,000)
    46    Notwithstanding any law to the contrary, for assessment  and  recovery
    47      of any natural resource damages (09RD22ER) (24817) .................
    48      1,775,000 ......................................... (re. $1,775,000)
    49    Notwithstanding  any law to the contrary, for the pollution prevention
    50      institute, and including $250,000 for  the  department  to  contract
    51      with  the  Northeast waste management officials' association for the

                                           280                        12654-10-4
 
                        DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1      Interstate Chemicals Clearing house (09PP22ER) (24815) .............
     2      4,250,000 ......................................... (re. $4,243,000)
     3    Environmental  health  for  assessments, testing and actions including
     4      but not limited to abatement to address suspected human exposure  to
     5      chemical,  physical  and  microbiological  agents, including contam-
     6      inants in drinking water, including projects to combat harmful algal
     7      blooms, including vector control for tick-borne  illnesses  such  as
     8      lyme disease; including up to $500,000 for the CleanSweepNY program;
     9      and  $4,000,000 for children's environmental health centers, includ-
    10      ing  school  and  community  childhood  lead   exposure   assessment
    11      conducted by such centers; and not more than $2,350,000 for programs
    12      to  expand  and  improve access to local, fresh, nutritional food to
    13      nutritionally underserved neighborhoods, including but  not  limited
    14      to  the  New York State Fresh Connect Program, expanded Supplemental
    15      Nutrition Assistance Program access,  expanded  community  supported
    16      agriculture  program benefits, and the development of expanded tech-
    17      nological access for these communities; and $1,000,000 to the  State
    18      University  of  New  York  at  Stony  Brook  directly or through its
    19      research foundation, to support research development and any associ-
    20      ated testing or pilot projects towards wastewater and the  treatment
    21      of water to remove 1,4 dioxane (09EH22ER) (25703) ..................
    22      10,000,000 ........................................ (re. $9,332,000)
    23    Brownfield  opportunity  area grants as authorized pursuant to section
    24      970-r of the general municipal law (09BO22ER) (25702) ..............
    25      3,950,000 ......................................... (re. $3,950,000)
 
    26  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2021:
    27    For services and expenses  of  projects  and  purposes  authorized  by
    28      section  92-s  of  the state finance law to receive funding from the
    29      solid waste account in accordance with a programmatic and  financial
    30      plan  to be approved by the director of the budget, including subal-
    31      location to other state departments and agencies, according  to  the
    32      following:
    33    Non-hazardous  landfill closure projects, including $300,000 for Essex
    34      county under an  agreement  with  the  department  of  environmental
    35      conservation;  $150,000  for Hamilton county under an agreement with
    36      the department  of  environmental  conservation;  and  $250,000  for
    37      regional  municipal  solid waste management and waste transportation
    38      planning, including for impacted environmental justice  communities,
    39      associated with impending landfill closures (09LC21ER) (24813) .....
    40      750,000 ............................................. (re. $750,000)
    41    Municipal  waste reduction or recycling projects, including developing
    42      secondary recycling markets in New York  state,  and  $2,000,000  of
    43      such  amount shall be made available for municipalities and not-for-
    44      profit food banks for projects for food donation and  the  recycling
    45      of food scraps (09MR21ER) (24814) ..................................
    46      15,300,000 ....................................... (re. $10,628,000)
    47    Secondary  materials  regional marketing assistance (09SM21ER) (24816)
    48      ... 200,000 ......................................... (re. $200,000)
    49    Pesticide program, not less than $200,000 of which shall be for activ-
    50      ities  related  to  Long  Island  pesticide   pollution   prevention
    51      (09PD21ER) (24818) ... 1,500,000 .................. (re. $1,335,000)

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                        DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1    Notwithstanding  any law to the contrary, for the payment of the costs
     2      associated with environmental justice projects and programs, includ-
     3      ing but not limited to: monitoring of  air  quality;  education  and
     4      outreach;  $2,000,000  for  the  connect  kids  program facilitating
     5      access by title 1 schools to outdoor recreational activities, public
     6      lands  and parks; improvements to environmental quality; or environ-
     7      mental job training, in environmental justice, inner city and under-
     8      served communities, and which are undertaken by  the  state,  or  on
     9      behalf  of  the  state  by  municipalities, or not-for-profit corpo-
    10      rations; and $3,000,000 of such amount shall be made  available  for
    11      community impact and job training grants; including $500,000 of such
    12      amount  shall be made available to a not-for-profit organization for
    13      the purpose of awarding grants on a competitive basis  to  community
    14      groups to build the capacity of such groups, provided that up to ten
    15      percent  may be made available for administrative costs and/or tech-
    16      nical assistance. Community impact and job training grants shall  be
    17      in or affecting environmental justice communities in an amount of up
    18      to  $100,000 for community groups for projects that address an envi-
    19      ronmental justice community's  exposure  to  multiple  environmental
    20      harms and risks, including lead exposure and shall include implemen-
    21      tation,  studies, including air monitoring, to investigate the envi-
    22      ronment, or related public health issues of the community,  research
    23      that  will  be  used to expand the knowledge or understanding of the
    24      affected community  and  ways  to  improve  the  resiliency  of  the
    25      affected  community.  The  results  of  the  investigation  shall be
    26      disseminated to members of the affected community. Community  groups
    27      eligible for funding must provide services within the same community
    28      as  the  environmental  and/or  related  public  health issues to be
    29      addressed by the project. Such groups shall be primarily focused  on
    30      addressing  the environmental and/or related public health issues of
    31      the residents of the  affected  community  and  shall  be  comprised
    32      primarily  of members of the affected community; and $250,000 to the
    33      Adirondack North Country Association for the purposes of the Adiron-
    34      dack diversity initiative (09EJ21ER) (24713) .......................
    35      8,000,000 ......................................... (re. $7,682,000)
    36    Notwithstanding any law to the contrary, for assessment  and  recovery
    37      of any natural resource damages (09RD21ER) (24817) .................
    38      1,775,000 ......................................... (re. $1,642,000)
    39    Notwithstanding  any law to the contrary, for the pollution prevention
    40      institute, and including $100,000 for  the  department  to  contract
    41      with  the  Northeast waste management officials' association for the
    42      Interstate Chemicals Clearing house (09PP21ER) (24815) .............
    43      4,000,000 ......................................... (re. $1,081,000)
    44    Environmental health for assessments, testing  and  actions  including
    45      but  not limited to abatement to address suspected human exposure to
    46      chemical, physical and  microbiological  agents,  including  contam-
    47      inants in drinking water, including projects to combat harmful algal
    48      blooms,  including  vector  control for tick-borne illnesses such as
    49      lyme disease; including up to $500,000 for the CleanSweepNY program;
    50      and $1,000,000 to the State University of New York at  Stony  Brook,
    51      directly  or  through  its  research foundation, to support research
    52      development and any associated testing or pilot projects towards the

                                           282                        12654-10-4
 
                        DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1      treatment of water to remove 1,4-dioxane; and $2,000,000  for  chil-
     2      dren's  environmental health centers, including school and community
     3      childhood lead exposure assessment conducted by  such  centers;  not
     4      more  than  $625,000  for  programs  to expand and improve access to
     5      local, fresh, nutritional food to nutritionally  underserved  neigh-
     6      borhoods  in  New  York State through the Fresh Connect Program; and
     7      $500,000 to study environmental health  impacts,  including  asthma,
     8      caused by new york city airports (09EH21ER) (25703) ................
     9      6,500,000 ......................................... (re. $5,703,000)
    10    Brownfield  opportunity  area grants as authorized pursuant to section
    11      970-r of the general municipal law (09BO21ER) (25702) ..............
    12      1,750,000 ......................................... (re. $1,750,000)
 
    13  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2020:
    14    For services and expenses  of  projects  and  purposes  authorized  by
    15      section  92-s  of  the state finance law to receive funding from the
    16      solid waste account in accordance with a programmatic and  financial
    17      plan  to be approved by the director of the budget, including subal-
    18      location to other state departments and agencies, according  to  the
    19      following:
    20    Municipal  waste  reduction  or  recycling projects, and $2,000,000 of
    21      such amount shall be made available for municipalities and  not-for-
    22      profit  food  banks for projects for food donation and the recycling
    23      of food scraps (09MR20ER) (24814) ..................................
    24      15,312,000 ........................................ (re. $1,601,000)
    25    Secondary materials regional marketing assistance  (09SM20ER)  (24816)
    26      ... 200,000 ......................................... (re. $200,000)
    27    Pesticide program, not less than $200,000 of which shall be for activ-
    28      ities   related   to  Long  Island  pesticide  pollution  prevention
    29      (09PD20ER) (24818) ... 1,800,000 .................. (re. $1,792,000)
    30    Notwithstanding any law to the contrary, for the payment of the  costs
    31      associated with environmental justice projects and programs, includ-
    32      ing  but  not  limited  to: monitoring of air quality; education and
    33      outreach; $2,000,000  for  the  connect  kids  program  facilitating
    34      access by title 1 schools to outdoor recreational activities, public
    35      lands  and parks; improvements to environmental quality; or environ-
    36      mental job training, in environmental justice, inner city and under-
    37      served communities, and which are undertaken by  the  state,  or  on
    38      behalf  of  the  state  by  municipalities, or not-for-profit corpo-
    39      rations; and $3,000,000 of such amount shall be made  available  for
    40      community impact and job training grants; including $500,000 of such
    41      amount  shall be made available to a not-for-profit organization for
    42      the purpose of awarding grants on a competitive basis  to  community
    43      groups to build the capacity of such groups, provided that up to ten
    44      percent  may be made available for administrative costs and/or tech-
    45      nical assistance. Community impact and job training grants shall  be
    46      in or affecting to environmental justice communities in an amount of
    47      up  to  $100,000  for  community groups for projects that address an
    48      environmental justice community's exposure to multiple environmental
    49      harms and risks, including lead exposure and shall include implemen-
    50      tation, studies, including air monitoring, to investigate the  envi-
    51      ronment,  or related public health issues of the community, research

                                           283                        12654-10-4
 
                        DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1      that will be used to expand the knowledge or  understanding  of  the
     2      affected  community  and  ways  to  improve  the  resiliency  of the
     3      affected community.  The  results  of  the  investigation  shall  be
     4      disseminated  to members of the affected community. Community groups
     5      eligible for funding must provide services within the same community
     6      as the environmental and/or  related  public  health  issues  to  be
     7      addressed  by the project. Such groups shall be primarily focused on
     8      addressing the environmental and/or related public health issues  of
     9      the  residents  of  the  affected  community  and shall be comprised
    10      primarily of members of the affected community; and $250,000 to  the
    11      Adirondack North Country Association for the purposes of the Adiron-
    12      dack diversity initiative (09EJ20ER) (24713) .......................
    13      7,000,000 ......................................... (re. $4,876,000)
    14    Notwithstanding  any  law to the contrary, for assessment and recovery
    15      of any natural resource damages (09RD20ER) (24817) .................
    16      2,025,000 ......................................... (re. $1,262,000)
    17    Notwithstanding any law to the contrary, for the pollution  prevention
    18      institute,  and  including  $100,000  for the department to contract
    19      with the Northeast waste management officials' association  for  the
    20      Interstate Chemicals Clearing house (09PP20ER) (24815) .............
    21      4,000,000 ......................................... (re. $2,096,000)
    22    Environmental  health  for  assessments, testing and actions including
    23      but not limited to abatement to address suspected human exposure  to
    24      chemical,  physical  and  microbiological  agents, including contam-
    25      inants in drinking water, including projects to combat harmful algal
    26      blooms, including vector control for tick-borne  illnesses  such  as
    27      lyme disease; including up to $500,000 for the CleanSweepNY program;
    28      and  $1,000,000  to the State University of New York at Stony Brook,
    29      directly or through its research  foundation,  to  support  research
    30      development and any associated testing or pilot projects towards the
    31      treatment  of  water to remove 1,4-dioxane; and $2,000,000 for chil-
    32      dren's environmental health centers, including school and  community
    33      childhood lead exposure assessment conducted by such centers and not
    34      more  than  $625,000  for  programs  to expand and improve access to
    35      local, fresh, nutritional food to nutritionally  underserved  neigh-
    36      borhoods  in  New  York  State  through  the  Fresh  Connect Program
    37      (09EH20ER) (25703) ... 6,500,000 .................. (re. $4,303,000)
    38    Brownfield opportunity area grants as authorized pursuant  to  section
    39      970-r of the general municipal law (09BO20ER) (25702) ..............
    40      1,500,000 ......................................... (re. $1,500,000)
 
    41  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2019:
    42    For  services  and  expenses  of  projects  and purposes authorized by
    43      section 92-s of the state finance law to receive  funding  from  the
    44      solid  waste account in accordance with a programmatic and financial
    45      plan to be approved by the director of the budget, including  subal-
    46      location  to  other state departments and agencies, according to the
    47      following:
    48    Municipal waste reduction or recycling  projects,  and  $2,000,000  of
    49      such  amount shall be made available for municipalities and not-for-
    50      profit food banks for projects for food donation and  the  recycling

                                           284                        12654-10-4
 
                        DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1      of food scraps (09MR19ER) (24814) ..................................
     2      14,000,000 ........................................ (re. $2,556,000)
     3    Secondary  materials  regional marketing assistance (09SM19ER) (24816)
     4      ... 200,000 ......................................... (re. $200,000)
     5    Pesticide program, not less than $200,000 of which shall be for activ-
     6      ities  related  to  Long  Island  pesticide   pollution   prevention
     7      (09PD19ER) (24818) ... 1,800,000 .................. (re. $1,025,000)
     8    Notwithstanding  any law to the contrary, for the payment of the costs
     9      associated with environmental justice projects and programs, includ-
    10      ing but not limited to: monitoring of  air  quality;  education  and
    11      outreach;  $1,000,000  for  the  connect  kids  program facilitating
    12      access by title 1 schools to outdoor recreational activities, public
    13      lands and parks; improvements to environmental quality; or  environ-
    14      mental job training, in environmental justice, inner city and under-
    15      served  communities,  and  which  are undertaken by the state, or on
    16      behalf of the state  by  municipalities,  or  not-for-profit  corpo-
    17      rations;  and  $3,000,000 of such amount shall be made available for
    18      community impact and job training grants; including $500,000 of such
    19      amount shall be made available to a not-for-profit organization  for
    20      the  purpose  of awarding grants on a competitive basis to community
    21      groups to build the capacity of such groups, provided that up to ten
    22      percent may be made available for administrative costs and/or  tech-
    23      nical  assistance. Community impact and job training grants shall be
    24      in or affecting to environmental justice communities in an amount of
    25      up to $100,000 for community groups for  projects  that  address  an
    26      environmental justice community's exposure to multiple environmental
    27      harms and risks, including lead exposure and shall include implemen-
    28      tation,  studies, including air monitoring, to investigate the envi-
    29      ronment, or related public health issues of the community,  research
    30      that  will  be  used to expand the knowledge or understanding of the
    31      affected community  and  ways  to  improve  the  resiliency  of  the
    32      affected  community.  The  results  of  the  investigation  shall be
    33      disseminated to members of the affected community. Community  groups
    34      eligible for funding must provide services within the same community
    35      as  the  environmental  and/or  related  public  health issues to be
    36      addressed by the project. Such groups shall be primarily focused  on
    37      addressing  the environmental and/or related public health issues of
    38      the residents of the  affected  community  and  shall  be  comprised
    39      primarily  of members of the affected community; and $250,000 to the
    40      Adirondack North Country Association for the purposes of the Adiron-
    41      dack diversity initiative (09EJ19ER) (24713) .......................
    42      7,000,000 ......................................... (re. $5,002,000)
    43    Notwithstanding any law to the contrary, for assessment  and  recovery
    44      of any natural resource damages (09RD19ER) (24817) .................
    45      2,025,000 ......................................... (re. $1,148,000)
    46    Notwithstanding  any law to the contrary, for the pollution prevention
    47      institute, and including $100,000 for  the  department  to  contract
    48      with  the  Northeast waste management officials' association for the
    49      Interstate Chemicals Clearing house (09PP19ER) (24815) .............
    50      4,000,000 ........................................... (re. $900,000)
    51    Environmental health for assessments, testing  and  actions  including
    52      but  not limited to abatement to address suspected human exposure to

                                           285                        12654-10-4
 
                        DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1      chemical, physical and  microbiological  agents,  including  contam-
     2      inants in drinking water, including projects to combat harmful algal
     3      blooms;  including  up to $500,000 for the CleanSweepNY program; and
     4      $1,000,000  to  the  State  University  of  New York at Stony Brook,
     5      directly or through its research  foundation,  to  support  research
     6      development and any associated testing or pilot projects towards the
     7      treatment  of  water to remove 1,4-dioxane; and $2,000,000 for chil-
     8      dren's environmental health centers, including school and  community
     9      childhood lead exposure assessment conducted by such centers and not
    10      more  than  $625,000  for  programs  to expand and improve access to
    11      local, fresh, nutritional food to nutritionally  underserved  neigh-
    12      borhoods  in  New  York  State  through  the  Fresh  Connect Program
    13      (09EH19ER) (25703) ... 6,500,000 .................. (re. $1,126,000)
    14    Brownfield opportunity area grants as authorized pursuant  to  section
    15      970-r of the general municipal law (09BO19ER) (25702) ..............
    16      1,500,000 ......................................... (re. $1,500,000)
 
    17  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2018:
    18    For  services  and  expenses  of  projects  and purposes authorized by
    19      section 92-s of the state finance law to receive  funding  from  the
    20      solid  waste account in accordance with a programmatic and financial
    21      plan to be approved by the director of the budget, including  subal-
    22      location  to  other state departments and agencies, according to the
    23      following:
    24    Municipal waste reduction or recycling  projects,  and  $2,000,000  of
    25      such  amount shall be made available for municipalities and not-for-
    26      profit food banks for projects for food donation and  the  recycling
    27      of food scraps (09MR18ER) (24814) ... 14,000,000 .... (re. $919,000)
    28    Secondary  materials  regional marketing assistance (09SM18ER) (24816)
    29      ... 149,000 ......................................... (re. $149,000)
    30    Pesticide program, not less than $200,000 of which shall be for activ-
    31      ities  related  to  Long  Island  pesticide   pollution   prevention
    32      (09PD18ER) (24818) ... 1,800,000 .................... (re. $151,000)
    33    Notwithstanding  any law to the contrary, for the payment of the costs
    34      associated with environmental justice projects and programs, includ-
    35      ing but not limited to: monitoring of  air  quality;  education  and
    36      outreach;  not  more  than  $1,000,000  for the connect kids program
    37      facilitating access by  title  1  schools  to  outdoor  recreational
    38      activities,  public  lands  and parks; improvements to environmental
    39      quality; or environmental job training,  in  environmental  justice,
    40      inner  city and underserved communities, and which are undertaken by
    41      the state, or on behalf of the state by municipalities  or  not-for-
    42      profit  corporations;  and  $3,000,000  of such amount shall be made
    43      available for community impact and job  training  grants;  including
    44      $500,000  of such amount shall be made available to a not-for-profit
    45      organization for the purpose of awarding  grants  on  a  competitive
    46      basis  to  community  groups  to  build the capacity of such groups,
    47      provided that up to ten percent may be made available  for  adminis-
    48      trative  costs and/or technical assistance. Community impact and job
    49      training grants shall be in or affecting  to  environmental  justice
    50      communities  in an amount of up to $100,000 for community groups for
    51      projects that address an environmental justice community's  exposure

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                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1      to  multiple  environmental harms and risks, including lead exposure
     2      and shall include implementation, studies, including air monitoring,
     3      to investigate the environment, or related public health  issues  of
     4      the community, research that will be used to expand the knowledge or
     5      understanding  of  the  affected  community  and ways to improve the
     6      resiliency of the affected community. The results  of  the  investi-
     7      gation  shall  be disseminated to members of the affected community.
     8      Community groups eligible for funding shall be  located  within  the
     9      same  community  as  the  environmental and/or related public health
    10      issues to be addressed by the project. Such groups shall be primari-
    11      ly focused on addressing the  environmental  and/or  related  public
    12      health  issues  of the residents of the affected community and shall
    13      be  comprised  primarily  of  members  of  the  affected   community
    14      (09EJ18ER) (24713) ... 7,000,000 .................. (re. $3,402,000)
    15    Notwithstanding  any  law to the contrary, for assessment and recovery
    16      of any natural resource damages (09RD18ER) (24817) .................
    17      2,025,000 ......................................... (re. $1,562,000)
    18    Environmental health for assessments, testing  and  actions  including
    19      but  not limited to abatement to address suspected human exposure to
    20      chemical, physical and  microbiological  agents,  including  contam-
    21      inants in drinking water, including projects to combat harmful algal
    22      blooms;  including  up to $500,000 for the CleanSweepNY program; and
    23      $1,000,000 to the State University  of  New  York  at  Stony  Brook,
    24      directly  or  through  its  research foundation, to support research
    25      development and any associated testing or pilot projects towards the
    26      treatment of water to remove 1,4-dioxane; and $2,000,000  for  chil-
    27      dren's  environmental health centers, including school and community
    28      childhood lead exposure assessment conducted by such centers and not
    29      more than $625,000 for programs to  expand  and  improve  access  to
    30      local,  fresh,  nutritional food to nutritionally underserved neigh-
    31      borhoods in New  York  State  through  the  Fresh  Connect  Program;
    32      including  up  to  $500,000  to  the State University of New York at
    33      Stony Brook to provide for a new  laboratory  testing  facility  for
    34      PFOA and other chemicals (09EH18ER) (25703) ........................
    35      6,500,000 ......................................... (re. $1,492,000)
    36    Brownfield  opportunity  area grants as authorized pursuant to section
    37      970-r of the general municipal law (09BO18ER) (25702) ..............
    38      2,000,000 ......................................... (re. $2,000,000)
 
    39  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2017:
    40    For services and expenses  of  projects  and  purposes  authorized  by
    41      section  92-s  of  the state finance law to receive funding from the
    42      solid waste account in accordance with a programmatic and  financial
    43      plan  to be approved by the director of the budget, including subal-
    44      location to other state departments and agencies, according  to  the
    45      following:
    46    Municipal  waste  reduction  or  recycling projects, and $2,000,000 of
    47      such amount shall be made available for municipalities and  not-for-
    48      profit  food  banks for projects for food donation and the recycling
    49      of food scraps (09MR17ER) (24814) ..................................
    50      14,000,000 ............................................ (re. $6,000)

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                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1    Secondary materials regional marketing assistance  (09SM17ER)  (24816)
     2      ... 500,000 ......................................... (re. $500,000)
     3    Pesticide program, not less than $200,000 of which shall be for activ-
     4      ities   related   to  Long  Island  pesticide  pollution  prevention
     5      (09PD17ER) (24818) ... 1,500,000 ..................... (re. $18,000)
     6    Notwithstanding any law to the contrary, for the payment of the  costs
     7      associated with environmental justice projects and programs, includ-
     8      ing  but  not  limited  to: monitoring of air quality; education and
     9      outreach; no more than  $500,000  for  the  community  garden  grant
    10      program;  not  more  than  $1,000,000  for  the connect kids program
    11      facilitating access by  title  1  schools  to  outdoor  recreational
    12      activities,  public  lands  and parks; improvements to environmental
    13      quality; or environmental job training,  in  environmental  justice,
    14      inner  city and underserved communities, and which are undertaken by
    15      the state, or on behalf of the state by municipalities  or  not-for-
    16      profit  corporations;  and  $3,000,000  of such amount shall be made
    17      available for community impact and job  training  grants;  including
    18      $500,000  of such amount shall be made available to a not-for-profit
    19      organization for the purpose of awarding  grants  on  a  competitive
    20      basis  to  community  groups  to  build the capacity of such groups,
    21      provided that up to ten percent may be made available  for  adminis-
    22      trative  costs and/or technical assistance. Community impact and job
    23      training grants shall  be  in  or  affecting  environmental  justice
    24      communities  in an amount of up to $100,000 for community groups for
    25      projects that address an environmental justice community's  exposure
    26      to  multiple  environmental harms and risks, including lead exposure
    27      and shall include implementation, studies, including air monitoring,
    28      to investigate the environment, or related public health  issues  of
    29      the community, research that will be used to expand the knowledge or
    30      understanding  of  the  affected  community  and ways to improve the
    31      resiliency of the affected community. The results  of  the  investi-
    32      gation  shall  be disseminated to members of the affected community.
    33      Community groups eligible for funding shall be located in  the  same
    34      area  as the environmental and/or related public health issues to be
    35      addressed by the project. Such groups shall be primarily focused  on
    36      addressing  the environmental and/or related public health issues of
    37      the residents of the  affected  community  and  shall  be  comprised
    38      primarily  of  members  of the affected community (09EJ17ER) (24713)
    39      ... 8,000,000 ..................................... (re. $2,131,000)
    40    Notwithstanding any law to the contrary, for assessment  and  recovery
    41      of any natural resource damages (09RD17ER) (24817) .................
    42      3,235,000 ......................................... (re. $1,132,000)
    43    Environmental  health  for  assessments, testing and actions including
    44      but not limited to abatement to address suspected human exposure  to
    45      chemical,  physical  and  microbiological  agents, including contam-
    46      inants  in  drinking  water;  including  up  to  $500,000  for   the
    47      Clean-SweepNY program; and $1,000,000 to the State University of New
    48      York at Stony Brook, directly or through its research foundation, to
    49      support  research  development  and  any associated testing or pilot
    50      projects towards the treatment of water to remove  1,4-dioxane;  and
    51      $500,000 to land banks to assist with lead abatement; and $2,000,000
    52      for  children's  environmental  health centers, including school and

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                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1      community childhood  lead  exposure  assessment  conducted  by  such
     2      centers  and  not  more  than  $625,000  for  programs to expand and
     3      improve access to local, fresh, nutritional  food  to  nutritionally
     4      underserved  neighborhoods  in  New  York  State  through  the Fresh
     5      Connect Program (09EH17ER) (25703) ... 6,500,000 .. (re. $1,418,000)
     6    Brownfield opportunity area grants as authorized pursuant  to  section
     7      970-r of the general municipal law (09BO17ER) (25702) ..............
     8      2,000,000 ......................................... (re. $2,000,000)
 
     9  By chapter 55, section 1, of the laws of 2016:
    10    For  services  and  expenses  of  projects  and purposes authorized by
    11      section 92-s of the state finance law to receive  funding  from  the
    12      solid  waste account in accordance with a programmatic and financial
    13      plan to be approved by the director of the budget, including  subal-
    14      location  to  other state departments and agencies, according to the
    15      following:
    16    Secondary materials regional marketing assistance including productive
    17      reuse of cathode ray tubes and energy conservation services projects
    18      (09SM16ER) (24816) ... 1,000,000 .................. (re. $1,000,000)
    19    Notwithstanding any law to the contrary, for the payment of the  costs
    20      associated with environmental justice projects and programs, includ-
    21      ing  but  not  limited  to: monitoring of air quality; education and
    22      outreach; not more than $500,000 for the connect kids program facil-
    23      itating access by title 1 schools  to  outdoor  recreational  activ-
    24      ities,  public lands and parks; improvements to environmental quali-
    25      ty; or environmental job training, in environmental  justice,  inner
    26      city  and  underserved  communities, and which are undertaken by the
    27      state, or on behalf of the state by municipalities or not-for-profit
    28      corporations; and $2,000,000 of such amount shall be made  available
    29      for  community  impact and job training grants. Community impact and
    30      job training grants shall be in or affecting  environmental  justice
    31      communities  in  an amount of up to $50,000 for community groups for
    32      projects that address an environmental justice community's  exposure
    33      to  multiple  environmental harms and risks, including lead exposure
    34      and shall include implementation, studies, including air monitoring,
    35      to investigate the environment, or related public health  issues  of
    36      the community, research that will be used to expand the knowledge or
    37      understanding  of  the  affected  community  and ways to improve the
    38      resiliency of the affected community. The results  of  the  investi-
    39      gation  shall  be disseminated to members of the affected community.
    40      Community groups eligible for funding shall be located in  the  same
    41      area  as the environmental and/or related public health issues to be
    42      addressed by the project. Such groups shall be primarily focused  on
    43      addressing  the environmental and/or related public health issues of
    44      the residents of the  affected  community  and  shall  be  comprised
    45      primarily  of  members  of the affected community (09EJ16ER) (24713)
    46      ... 7,000,000 ..................................... (re. $3,249,000)
    47    Notwithstanding any law to the contrary, for assessment  and  recovery
    48      of any natural resource damages (09RD16ER) (24817) .................
    49      1,950,000 ........................................... (re. $504,000)
    50    Environmental  health  for  assessments, testing and actions including
    51      but not limited to abatement to address suspected human exposure  to

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                        DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION

                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1      chemical,  physical  and  microbiological  agents, including contam-
     2      inants in drinking water; and  $2,000,000  for  children's  environ-
     3      mental health centers, including school and community childhood lead
     4      exposure assessment conducted by such centers (09EH16ER) (25703) ...
     5      3,000,000 ............................................ (re. $72,000)
     6    Brownfield  opportunity  area grants as authorized pursuant to section
     7      970-r of the general municipal law (09BO16ER) (25702) ..............
     8      2,000,000 ........................................... (re. $988,000)
 
     9  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2015, as amended by chapter 54,
    10      section 1, of the laws of 2017:
    11    For services and expenses  of  projects  and  purposes  authorized  by
    12      section  92-s  of  the state finance law to receive funding from the
    13      solid waste account in accordance with a programmatic and  financial
    14      plan  to be approved by the director of the budget, including subal-
    15      location to other state departments and agencies, according  to  the
    16      following:
    17    Secondary materials regional marketing assistance and energy conserva-
    18      tion services projects (09SM15ER) (24816) ..........................
    19      1,000,000 ........................................... (re. $979,000)
    20    Notwithstanding any law to the contrary, for community impact research
    21      grants.  Such  grants shall be in or affecting environmental justice
    22      communities in an amount of up to $50,000 for community  groups  for
    23      projects  that address an environmental justice community's exposure
    24      to multiple environmental  harms  and  risks.  Such  projects  shall
    25      include  studies, including air monitoring, to investigate the envi-
    26      ronment, or related public health issues of the community,  research
    27      that  will  be  used to expand the knowledge or understanding of the
    28      affected community  and  ways  to  improve  the  resiliency  of  the
    29      affected  community.  The  results  of  the  investigation  shall be
    30      disseminated to members of the affected community. Community  groups
    31      eligible  for funding shall be located in the same area as the envi-
    32      ronmental and/or related public health issues to be addressed by the
    33      project. Such groups shall be primarily focused  on  addressing  the
    34      environmental  and/or  related public health issues of the residents
    35      of the affected  community  and  shall  be  comprised  primarily  of
    36      members  of  the affected community, $100,000 of which shall be made
    37      available to the city of Buffalo for lead  inspection  kits  in  zip
    38      codes  of northeast Buffalo previously designated by the Erie County
    39      department of health as "communities of concern" where children  are
    40      at exceptionally high risk for lead poisoning (09EJ15ER) (24713) ...
    41      1,100,000 ........................................... (re. $245,000)
    42    Notwithstanding  any  law to the contrary, for assessment and recovery
    43      of any natural resource damages (09RD15ER) (24817) .................
    44      1,000,000 ........................................... (re. $250,000)
 
    45  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2014:
    46    For services and expenses  of  projects  and  purposes  authorized  by
    47      section  92-s  of  the state finance law to receive funding from the
    48      solid waste account in accordance with a programmatic and  financial
    49      plan  to be approved by the director of the budget, including subal-

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                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1      location to other state departments and agencies, according  to  the
     2      following:
     3    Secondary materials regional marketing assistance and energy conserva-
     4      tion services projects (09SM14ER) (24816) ..........................
     5      1,000,000 ......................................... (re. $1,000,000)
     6    Notwithstanding  any  law to the contrary, for assessment and recovery
     7      of any natural resource damages (09RD14ER) (24817) .................
     8      1,000,000 ........................................... (re. $180,000)
 
     9  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2013:
    10    For services and expenses  of  projects  and  purposes  authorized  by
    11      section  92-s  of  the state finance law to receive funding from the
    12      solid waste account in accordance with a programmatic and  financial
    13      plan  to be approved by the director of the budget, including subal-
    14      location to other state departments and agencies, according  to  the
    15      following:
    16    Secondary materials regional marketing assistance and energy conserva-
    17      tion services projects (09SM13ER) (24816) ..........................
    18      1,000,000 ......................................... (re. $1,000,000)
    19    Notwithstanding  any  law to the contrary, for assessment and recovery
    20      of any natural resource damages (09RD13ER) (24817) .................
    21      155,000 .............................................. (re. $15,000)
 
    22  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2012:
    23    For services and expenses  of  projects  and  purposes  authorized  by
    24      section  92-s  of  the state finance law to receive funding from the
    25      solid waste account in accordance with a programmatic and  financial
    26      plan  to be approved by the director of the budget, including subal-
    27      location to other state departments and agencies, according  to  the
    28      following:
    29    Secondary materials regional marketing assistance and energy conserva-
    30      tion services projects (09SM12ER) (24816) ..........................
    31      1,000,000 ........................................... (re. $388,000)
    32    Notwithstanding  any  law to the contrary, for assessment and recovery
    33      of any natural resource damages (09RD12ER) (24817) .................
    34      175,000 .............................................. (re. $13,000)
 
    35  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2011:
    36    For services and expenses  of  projects  and  purposes  authorized  by
    37      section  92-s  of  the state finance law to receive funding from the
    38      solid waste account in accordance with a programmatic and  financial
    39      plan  to be approved by the director of the budget, including subal-
    40      location to other state departments and agencies, according  to  the
    41      following:
    42    Secondary materials regional marketing assistance and energy conserva-
    43      tion services projects (09SM11ER) (24816) ..........................
    44      1,000,000 ......................................... (re. $1,000,000)
    45    Notwithstanding  any  law to the contrary, for assessment and recovery
    46      of any natural resource damages (09RD11ER) (24817) .................
    47      200,000 ............................................... (re. $1,000)
 
    48  By chapter 99, section 1, of the laws of 2010:

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                        DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1    For services and expenses  of  projects  and  purposes  authorized  by
     2      section  92-s  of  the state finance law to receive funding from the
     3      solid waste account in accordance with a programmatic and  financial
     4      plan  to be approved by the director of the budget, including subal-
     5      location  to  other state departments and agencies, according to the
     6      following:
     7    Secondary materials regional marketing assistance and energy conserva-
     8      tion services projects (09SM10ER) (24816) ..........................
     9      1,000,000 ......................................... (re. $1,000,000)
 
    10  By chapter 55, section 1, of the laws of 2009:
    11    For services and expenses  of  projects  and  purposes  authorized  by
    12      section  92-s  of  the state finance law to receive funding from the
    13      solid waste account in accordance with a programmatic and  financial
    14      plan  to be approved by the director of the budget, including subal-
    15      location to other state departments and agencies, according  to  the
    16      following:
    17    Notwithstanding  any  law  to  the contrary, for the breast cancer and
    18      environmental risk factors program at Cornell University  (09BC09ER)
    19      (24819) ... 450,000 ................................. (re. $450,000)
 
    20  By  chapter  55,  section  1, of the laws of 2009, as amended by chapter
    21      502, section 5, of the laws of 2009:
    22    Secondary materials regional marketing assistance and energy conserva-
    23      tion services projects (09SM09ER) (24816) ..........................
    24      1,381,000 ............................................ (re. $88,000)
 
    25  By chapter 55, section 1, of the laws of 2008, as amended by chapter  1,
    26      section 4, of the laws of 2009:
    27    Secondary materials regional marketing assistance and energy conserva-
    28      tion services projects (09SM08ER) (24816) ..........................
    29      2,500,000 ......................................... (re. $1,184,000)
 
    30  By chapter 55, section 1, of the laws of 2007:
    31    For  services  and  expenses  of  projects  and purposes authorized by
    32      section 92-s of the state finance law to receive  funding  from  the
    33      solid  waste account in accordance with a programmatic and financial
    34      plan to be approved by the director of the budget, including  subal-
    35      location  to  other state departments and agencies, according to the
    36      following:
    37    Secondary materials regional marketing assistance and energy conserva-
    38      tion services projects (09SM07ER) (24816) ..........................
    39      8,750,000 ......................................... (re. $3,522,000)
    40    Notwithstanding any law to the contrary, for assessment  and  recovery
    41      of  any  natural  resource  damages  to  the Hudson River (09RD07ER)
    42      (24817) ... 1,300,000 ................................. (re. $4,000)
 
    43  By chapter 55, section 1, of the laws of 2006, as amended by chapter 55,
    44      section 1, of the laws of 2007:
    45    For services and expenses  of  projects  and  purposes  authorized  by
    46      section  92-s  of  the state finance law to receive funding from the
    47      solid waste account in accordance with a programmatic and  financial

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                        DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
 
                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1      plan  to be approved by the director of the budget, including subal-
     2      location to other state departments  and  agencies,  including:  (a)
     3      notwithstanding  any law to the contrary, $1,300,000 for the assess-
     4      ment  and  recovery  of  any  natural resource damages to the Hudson
     5      River; and (b) notwithstanding any law to the contrary, $450,000 for
     6      a Cornell University program to assess breast  cancer  and  environ-
     7      mental risk factors in New York State (09E206ER) (24751) ...........
     8      23,770,500 ........................................ (re. $4,682,000)
 
     9               project schedule
    10  PROJECT                               AMOUNT
    11  --------------------------------------------
    12                        (thousands of dollars)
    13  Non-hazardous landfill closure
    14    projects ........................... 3,000
    15  Municipal  waste  reduction or
    16    recycling projects ................. 8,750
    17  Secondary  materials  regional
    18    marketing   assistance   and
    19    energy conservation services
    20    projects ........................... 8,750
    21  Services and expenses of the
    22    assessment and recovery of
    23    any natural resource damages
    24    to the Hudson River ................ 1,300
    25  Pesticides program ................... 2,475
    26                                --------------
    27    Total ............................. 24,275
    28                                ==============
 
    29  By chapter 55, section 1, of the laws of 2005, as amended by chapter 54,
    30      section 1, of the laws of 2011:
    31    For  services  and  expenses  of  projects  and purposes authorized by
    32      section 92-s of the state finance law to receive  funding  from  the
    33      solid  waste account in accordance with a programmatic and financial
    34      plan to be approved by the director of the budget, including  subal-
    35      location  to  other  state  departments and agencies, including: (a)
    36      notwithstanding any law to the contrary, $1,300,000 for the  assess-
    37      ment  and  recovery  of  any  natural resource damages to the Hudson
    38      River; and (b) notwithstanding any law to the contrary, $450,000 for
    39      a Cornell University program to assess breast  cancer  and  environ-
    40      mental risk factors in New York State (09E205ER) (24751) ...........
    41      18,750,000 .......................................... (re. $597,000)
 
    42               project schedule
    43  PROJECT                               AMOUNT
    44  --------------------------------------------
    45                        (thousands of dollars)
    46  Non-hazardous landfill closure
    47    projects ........................... 3,000
    48  Municipal  waste  reduction or

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                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1    recycling projects ................. 7,000
     2  Secondary  materials  regional
     3    marketing   assistance   and
     4    energy conservation services
     5    projects ........................... 7,000
     6  Services and expenses of the
     7    assessment and recovery of
     8    any natural resource damages
     9    to the Hudson River ................ 1,300
    10  Pesticides program ................... 2,475
    11                                --------------
    12    Total ............................. 20,775
    13                                ==============
 
    14  By chapter 55, section 1, of the laws of 2004:
    15    For  services  and  expenses  of  projects  and purposes authorized by
    16      section 92-s of the state finance law to receive  funding  from  the
    17      solid  waste account in accordance with a programmatic and financial
    18      plan to be approved by the director of the budget, including  subal-
    19      location  to other state departments and agencies (09E204ER) (24751)
    20      ... 16,775,000 ........................................ (re. $8,000)
 
    21               project schedule
    22  PROJECT                               AMOUNT
    23  --------------------------------------------
    24                        (thousands of dollars)
    25  Municipal  waste  reduction or
    26    recycling projects ................. 6,500
    27  Secondary  materials  regional
    28    marketing   assistance   and
    29    energy conservation services
    30    projects ........................... 6,500
    31  Services and expenses of the
    32    assessment and recovery of
    33    any natural resource damages
    34    to the Hudson River ................ 1,300
    35  Pesticides program ................... 2,475
    36                                --------------
    37    Total ............................. 16,775
    38                                ==============
 
    39  By chapter 55, section 1, of the laws of 2003, as added by chapter  684,
    40      section 2, of the laws of 2003:
    41    For  services  and  expenses  of  projects  and purposes authorized by
    42      section 92-s of the state finance law to receive  funding  from  the
    43      solid  waste account in accordance with a programmatic and financial
    44      plan to be approved by the director of the budget, including  subal-
    45      location  to other state departments and agencies (09E203ER) (24751)
    46      ... 16,925,000 ...................................... (re. $637,000)

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                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1               Project Schedule
     2  PROJECT                               AMOUNT
     3  --------------------------------------------
     4                        (thousands of dollars)
     5  Municipal  waste  reduction or
     6    recycling projects ................. 6,500
     7  Secondary  materials  regional
     8    marketing   assistance   and
     9    energy conservation services
    10    projects ........................... 6,500
    11  Services and expenses  of  the
    12    assessment  and  recovery of
    13    any natural resource damages
    14    to the Hudson River ................ 1,300
    15  Pesticides program ................... 2,625
    16                                --------------
    17    Total ............................. 16,925
    18                                ==============
 
    19  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2002:
    20    For  services  and  expenses  of  projects  and purposes authorized by
    21      section 92-s of the state finance law to receive  funding  from  the
    22      solid  waste account in accordance with a programmatic and financial
    23      plan to be approved by the director of the budget, including  subal-
    24      location  to other state departments and agencies (09E202ER) (24751)
    25      ... 14,435,000 ...................................... (re. $134,000)
 
    26               Project Schedule
    27  PROJECT                               AMOUNT
    28  --------------------------------------------
    29                        (thousands of dollars)
    30  Municipal waste  reduction  or
    31    recycling projects ................ 5,255
    32  Secondary  materials  regional
    33    marketing   assistance   and
    34    energy conservation services
    35    projects .......................... 5,255
    36  Services  and  expenses of the
    37    assessment and  recovery  of
    38    any natural resource damages
    39    to the Hudson River ............... 1,300
    40  Pesticides program .................. 2,625
    41                                -------------
    42    Total ............................ 14,435
    43                                ==============
 
    44  By chapter 55, section 1, of the laws of 2000, as amended by chapter 55,
    45      section 1, of the laws of 2007:
    46    For services and expenses  of  projects  and  purposes  authorized  by
    47      section  92-s  of  the state finance law to receive funding from the
    48      solid waste account in accordance with a programmatic and  financial
    49      plan  to be approved by the director of the budget, including subal-

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                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1      location to other state departments and agencies (09E200ER)  (24751)
     2      ... 22,025,000 ....................................... (re. $19,000)
 
     3               Project Schedule
     4  PROJECT                               AMOUNT
     5  --------------------------------------------
     6                        (thousands of dollars)
     7  Non-hazardous landfill closure
     8    projects ........................... 7,000
     9  Municipal waste  reduction  or
    10    recycling projects ................. 6,225
    11  Secondary  materials  regional
    12    marketing   assistance   and
    13    energy conservation services
    14    projects ........................... 5,000
    15  Services  and  expenses of the
    16    assessment and  recovery  of
    17    any natural resource damages
    18    to the Hudson River ................ 1,300
    19  Pesticides program ................... 2,650
    20                                --------------
    21    Total ............................. 22,175
    22                                ==============
 
    23  By chapter 55, section 1, of the laws of 1999, as amended by chapter 55,
    24      section 1, of the laws of 2007:
    25    For  services  and  expenses  of  projects  and purposes authorized by
    26      section 92-s of the state finance law to receive  funding  from  the
    27      solid  waste account in accordance with a programmatic and financial
    28      plan to be approved by the director of the budget, including  subal-
    29      location  to other state departments and agencies (09E299ER) (24751)
    30      ... 22,083,319 ....................................... (re. $32,000)
 
    31               Project Schedule
    32  PROJECT                               AMOUNT
    33  --------------------------------------------
    34                        (thousands of dollars)
    35  Non-hazardous landfill closure
    36    projects ........................... 9,000
    37  Municipal  waste  reduction or
    38    recycling projects ................. 4,500
    39  Secondary  materials  regional
    40    marketing   assistance   and
    41    energy conservation services
    42    projects ........................... 4,500
    43  Services and expenses  of  the
    44    assessment  and  recovery of
    45    any natural resource damages
    46    to the Hudson River ................ 1,300
    47  Pesticides program ................... 3,600
    48                                --------------
    49    Total ............................. 22,900

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                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1                                ==============
 
     2  By chapter 55, section 1, of the laws of 1997, as amended by chapter 54,
     3      section 1, of the laws of 2018:
     4    For  services  and  expenses  of  projects  and purposes authorized by
     5      section 92-s of the state finance law to receive  funding  from  the
     6      solid  waste account in accordance with a programmatic and financial
     7      plan to be approved by the director of the budget, including  subal-
     8      location  to other state departments and agencies (09E297ER) (24751)
     9      ... 31,110,000 ...................................... (re. $261,000)
 
    10               project schedule
    11  PROJECT                               AMOUNT
    12  --------------------------------------------
    13                        (thousands of dollars)
    14  Non-hazardous landfill closure
    15    projects .......................... 17,000
    16  Municipal  waste  reduction or
    17    recycling projects ................. 5,505
    18  Secondary  materials  regional
    19    marketing   assistance   and
    20    energy conservation services
    21    projects ........................... 5,505
    22  Pesticides program ................... 1,100
    23                                --------------
    24    Total ............................. 29,110
    25                                ==============
 
    26  ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AND ENHANCEMENTS (CCP)

    27    Capital Projects Funds - Other
    28    Environmental Protection Fund
    29    Open Space Account - 30454
    30    Environmental Protection and Enhancements Purpose
 
    31  By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 2002, as amended by chapter 55,
    32      section 1, of the laws of 2003:
    33    For supplemental services  and  expenses  of  projects  and  purposes,
    34      including  the  payment  of liabilities incurred during state fiscal
    35      year 2001-02 for biodiversity stewardship  and  research,  soil  and
    36      water  conservation  districts.  Finger Lakes-Lake Ontario Watershed
    37      Protection  Alliance,  Albany  Pinebush  Preserve  Commission,  Long
    38      Island  South  Shore  Estuary Reserve and Peconic Bay; authorized by
    39      section 92-s of the state finance law to receive  funding  from  the
    40      open  space  account in accordance with a programmatic and financial
    41      plan to be approved by the director of the budget, including subalo-
    42      cation to other  state  departments  and  agencies  including  costs
    43      related  to the acquisition of the following properties: Long Island
    44      Sound Coastal Area including Held Property, Long Island South  Shore
    45      Estuary  Reserve,  Peconic Pinelands Maritime Reserve Projects, Pine
    46      Barrens Core Compatible Growth  Area  and  Critical  Resource  Area,
    47      Western  Suffolk/Nassau  Special  Groundwater Protection Area Under-

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                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1      hill, Inner City/Underserved Community Parks  -  including  Bushwick
     2      Inlet,  Mount  Loretto,  Staten  Island Greenbelt, Staten Island Wet
     3      Woods, Fahnestock State Park, Great Swamp, Lundy  Estate,  Neversink
     4      Highlands,  Highlands  Greenway  Corridor,  Mongaup  Valley Wildlife
     5      Management Area, Shunnemunk Mountain/Moodna Creek/Woodcock Mountain,
     6      Sterling Forest, Shawangunk Mountains, Westchester Marine  Corridor,
     7      Beaverkill/Willowemoc, Hudson River Corridor Estuary/Greenway Trail,
     8      Catskill  Unfragmented  Forest,  Long  Path, New York City Watershed
     9      Lands-Croton, Taconic Ridge/Harlem Valley, Albany Pine  Bush,  Olana
    10      Viewshed,   Five   Rivers  Environmental  Education  Center,  Tivoli
    11      Preserve, Pilot Knob, Floodwood Camp, Lake Champlain  Shoreline  and
    12      Wetlands,  Wilton Wildlife Preserve and Park, National Lead/Tahawus,
    13      Undeveloped Lake George  Shore,  Whitney  Park,  Recreational  Trail
    14      Linkages  and  Networks,  Bog  River/Beaver River Headwater Complex,
    15      Eastern Lake Ontario Shoreline and Islands, Minnehaha Tract,  Maumee
    16      Swamp,  Moose  River  Corridor,  Tug Hill Core Forests and Headwater
    17      Streams,    Rome    Sand    Plains,    Nelson     Swamp,     Genesee
    18      Greenway/Recreationway,   Genny-Green   Trail/Link  Trail,  Northern
    19      Montezuma Wetlands, Hemlock/Canadice/Honeoye Lakes,  Allegany  State
    20      Park, Alder Bottom/French Creek, Great Lakes & Niagara River Access,
    21      Shore  Lands  &  Vistas,  Salmon River Corridor, Braddock Bay, Clark
    22      Reservation State Park, Chautauqua  Lake  Access,  Shore  Lands  and
    23      Vistas,  Randolf  Swamp,  Eighteen  Mile  Creek/Hampton Brook Woods,
    24      Delaware River Tailwaters, Statewide Small Projects, Working  Forest
    25      Lands/Conservation    Easements   -   Cedarlands,   Working   Forest
    26      Lands/Conservation Easements - Champion International Inc.,  Working
    27      Forest  Lands/Conservation  Easements-Domtar  Inc.,  Working  Forest
    28      Lands/Conservation Easements-Boeselager Forestry, and Working Forest
    29      Lands/Conservation Easements-Clerical  Medical  Forestry  (09E702EA)
    30      (24716) ... 63,330,000 ............................... (re. $59,000)
 
    31               Project Schedule
    32  PROJECT                               AMOUNT
    33  --------------------------------------------
    34                        (thousands of dollars)
    35  Land acquisition .................... 38,000
    36  Hudson  River  Estuary Manage-
    37    ment Plan .......................... 5,800
    38  Biodiversity  stewardship  and
    39    research ............................. 750
    40  County  agriculture  and farm-
    41    land protection activities ......... 8,000
    42  Non-point source abatement and
    43    control projects ................... 6,000
    44  Soil  and  water  conservation
    45    districts .......................... 1,860
    46  Finger    Lakes-Lake   Ontario
    47    Watershed  Protection  Alli-
    48    ance ............................... 1,300
    49  Albany   Pine   Bush  Preserve
    50    Commission ........................... 370
    51  Long   Island   Central   Pine

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                      CAPITAL PROJECTS - REAPPROPRIATIONS   2024-25
 
     1    Barrens Planning ..................... 700
     2  Long  Island South Shore Estu-
     3    ary Reserve .......................... 350
     4  Peconic Bay ............................ 200
     5                                --------------
     6    Total ............................. 63,330
     7                                ==============
 
     8    Capital Projects Funds - Other
     9    Environmental Protection Fund
    10    Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation Account - 30453
    11    Environmental