Bill S3757-2011

Extends Wyoming county's authorization to impose a one percent addition to the 3% sales and compensating use tax rates for additional 2 years through 11/30/13

Extends Wyoming county's authorization to impose a one percent addition to the 3% sales and compensating use tax rates for an additional 2 years through 11/30/2013.

Details

Actions

  • Jul 28, 2011: SIGNED CHAP.237
  • Jul 22, 2011: DELIVERED TO GOVERNOR
  • Jun 1, 2011: returned to senate
  • Jun 1, 2011: passed assembly
  • Jun 1, 2011: home rule request
  • Jun 1, 2011: ordered to third reading cal.469
  • Jun 1, 2011: substituted for a6042
  • May 23, 2011: referred to ways and means
  • May 23, 2011: DELIVERED TO ASSEMBLY
  • May 23, 2011: PASSED SENATE
  • May 9, 2011: ADVANCED TO THIRD READING
  • May 4, 2011: 2ND REPORT CAL.
  • May 3, 2011: 1ST REPORT CAL.471
  • Mar 3, 2011: REFERRED TO INVESTIGATIONS AND GOVERNMENT OPERATIONS

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Votes

VOTE: COMMITTEE VOTE: - Investigations and Government Operations - May 3, 2011
Ayes (4): Alesi, Nozzolio, Squadron, Diaz
Ayes W/R (4): Marcellino, Golden, Zeldin, Peralta

Memo

BILL NUMBER:S3757

TITLE OF BILL: An act to amend the tax law, in relation to extending the expiration of the authorization to the county of Wyoming to impose an additional one percent sales and compensating use tax

PURPOSE: This bill would allow Wyoming County to continue to add an additional one percent to their sales tax to meet operating costs of the county government.

SUMMARY OF PROVISIONS: Amends Section 1210 of the Tax Law to authorize Wyoming County to continue to add an additional one percent sales tax to the present three percent rate until November 30, 2013.

JUSTIFICATION: Wyoming County has requested authorization to continue their sales tax collection at four percent. This legislation authorizes Wyoming County to continue this increase which is essential to meet a balanced budget for governmental services.

LEGISLATIVE HISTORY: Chapter 255 of 2009, S.2100/A.5467 Chapter 520 of 2007, S.1873/A.4525 Chapter 67 of 2005, S.20/A.311 Chapter 288 of 2003, S.2481/A.5424 Chapter 118 of 2001, S.5754, Part T Chapter 406 of 1999, S.6116 Chapter 359 of 1997, S.4216 Chapter 254 of 1995 Chapter 290 of 1993 Chapter 633 of 1992

FISCAL IMPLICATIONS: None to the state.

EFFECTIVE DATE: Immediately.


Text

STATE OF NEW YORK ________________________________________________________________________ 3757 2011-2012 Regular Sessions IN SENATE March 3, 2011 ___________
Introduced by Sen. GALLIVAN -- read twice and ordered printed, and when printed to be committed to the Committee on Investigations and Govern- ment Operations AN ACT to amend the tax law, in relation to extending the expiration of the authorization to the county of Wyoming to impose an additional one percent sales and compensating use tax THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK, REPRESENTED IN SENATE AND ASSEM- BLY, DO ENACT AS FOLLOWS: Section 1. Clause 6 of subparagraph (i) of the opening paragraph of section 1210 of the tax law, as amended by chapter 255 of the laws of 2009, is amended to read as follows: (6) the county of Wyoming is hereby further authorized and empowered to adopt and amend local laws, ordinances or resolutions imposing such taxes at a rate which is one percent additional to the three percent rate authorized above in this paragraph for such county for the period beginning September first, nineteen hundred ninety-two and ending Novem- ber thirtieth, two thousand [eleven] THIRTEEN; S 2. This act shall take effect immediately.

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