Bill S6603B-2009

Education, Labor and Family Assistance

Makes appropriations for the support of government - Education, Labor and Family Assistance Budget.

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  • Jun 28, 2010: SUBSTITUTED BY A9703C
  • Jun 28, 2010: ORDERED TO THIRD READING CAL.1287
  • Jun 28, 2010: REPORTED AND COMMITTED TO RULES
  • Jun 25, 2010: PRINT NUMBER 6603B
  • Jun 25, 2010: AMEND AND RECOMMIT TO FINANCE
  • Feb 17, 2010: PRINT NUMBER 6603A
  • Feb 17, 2010: AMEND AND RECOMMIT TO FINANCE
  • Jan 19, 2010: REFERRED TO FINANCE

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STATE OF NEW YORK ________________________________________________________________________ S. 6603--B A. 9703--C S E N A T E - A S S E M B L Y January 19, 2010 ___________
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 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 AN ACT making appropriations for the support of government EDUCATION, LABOR AND FAMILY ASSISTANCE BUDGET THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK, REPRESENTED IN SENATE AND ASSEM- BLY, DO ENACT AS FOLLOWS: Section 1. a) The several amounts specified in this chapter for state operations and for aid to localities, or so much thereof as shall be sufficient to accomplish the purposes designated by the appropriations, are hereby appropriated and authorized to be paid as hereinafter provided, to the respective public officers and for the several purposes specified. b) Where applicable, appropriations made by this chapter for expendi- tures from federal grants for state operations and for aid to localities may be allocated for spending from federal grants for any grant period beginning, during, or prior to, the state fiscal year beginning on April 1, 2010. c) The several amounts specified in this chapter for capital projects, or so much thereof as shall be necessary to accomplish the purpose of the appropriations, are appropriated by comprehensive construction
programs (hereinafter referred to by the abbreviation CCP), purposes, and projects designated by the appropriations, and authorized to be made available as hereinafter provided to the respective public officers; such appropriations shall be deemed to provide all costs necessary and pertinent to accomplish the intent of the appropriations and are appro- priated in accordance with the provisions of section 93 of the state finance law. d) Any amounts specified in this chapter for advances for capital projects, or so much thereof as shall be necessary to accomplish the purpose of the appropriations, are appropriated by comprehensive construction programs (hereinafter referred to by the abbreviation CCP), purposes and projects designated by the appropriations as advances from the capital projects fund in accordance with the provisions of sections 40-a and 93 of the state finance law, and are authorized to be paid as hereinafter provided as an advance for a share, part or whole of the cost for such programs, purposes and projects hereinafter specified. e) The several amounts specified in this chapter as capital projects - reappropriations, or so much thereof as shall be sufficient to accom- plish the purpose of the appropriations, as appropriated by comprehen- sive construction programs (hereinafter referred to by the abbreviation CCP), purposes, and projects, being the undisbursed balances of the prior year's appropriations, are reappropriated and unless otherwise amended or repealed in part or total in this chapter shall continue to be available for the same purposes as the prior appropriations or as otherwise amended for the fiscal year beginning April 1, 2010. The capital projects reappropriations contained in this chapter may be amended by repealing the items set forth in brackets and by adding ther- eto the underscored material. Certain reappropriations in this chapter are shown using abbreviated text, with three leader dots (an ellipsis) followed by three spaces (... ) used to indicate where existing law that is being continued is not shown. However, unless a change is clear- ly indicated by the use of brackets [-] for deletions and underscores for additions, the purpose, amounts, funding source and all other aspects pertinent to each item of appropriation shall be as last appro- priated. For the purpose of complying with section 25 of the state finance law, the year, chapter and section of the last act reappropriating a former original appropriation or any part thereof are, unless otherwise indi- cated, chapter 53, section 1 or 2, of the laws of 2009. f) The several amounts named herein, or so much thereof as shall be sufficient to accomplish the purpose designated, being the unexpended balances of the prior year's appropriations, are hereby reappropriated from the same funds and made available for the same purposes as the prior year's appropriations, unless herein amended, for the fiscal year beginning April 1, 2010. Certain reappropriations in this chapter are shown using abbreviated text, with three leader dots (an ellipsis) followed by three spaces (... ) used to indicate where existing law that is being continued is not shown. However, unless a change is clear- ly indicated by the use of brackets [-] for deletions and underscores for additions, the purposes, amounts, funding source and all other aspects pertinent to each item of appropriation shall be as last appro- priated. For the purpose of complying with the state finance law, the year, chapter and section of the last act reappropriating a former original appropriation or any part thereof is, unless otherwise indicated, chap- ter 53, section 1 or 2, of the laws of 2009.
g) No moneys appropriated by this chapter shall be available for payment until a certificate of approval has been issued by the director of the budget, who shall file such certificate with the department of audit and control, the chairperson of the senate finance committee and the chairperson of the assembly ways and means committee. h) The appropriations contained in this chapter shall be available for the fiscal year beginning on April 1, 2010.
For payment according to the following schedule: APPROPRIATIONS REAPPROPRIATIONS General Fund - State and Local ..... 41,601,000 5,631,000 Special Revenue Funds - Federal .... 2,513,000 4,656,000 Special Revenue Funds - Other ...... 1,730,000 0 ---------------- ---------------- All Funds ........................ 45,844,000 10,287,000 ================ ================ AGENCY BUDGET SUMMARY OF NEW APPROPRIATIONS State Aid to Capital Fund Type Operations Localities Projects Total ------------ -------------- -------------- -------------- -------------- GF-St/Local 4,838,000 36,763,000 0 41,601,000 SR-Federal 100,000 2,413,000 0 2,513,000 SR-Other 1,534,000 196,000 0 1,730,000 -------------- -------------- -------------- -------------- All Funds 6,472,000 39,372,000 0 45,844,000 ============== ============== ============== ============== SCHEDULE ADMINISTRATION PROGRAM ...................................... 44,310,000 -------------- General Fund / State Operations State Purposes Account - 003 PERSONAL SERVICE Personal service--regular ...................... 3,197,000 Holiday/overtime compensation ...................... 1,000 -------------- Amount available for personal service ........ 3,198,000 -------------- NONPERSONAL SERVICE Supplies and materials ............................ 32,000 Travel ............................................ 64,000 Contractual services ........................... 1,480,000 Equipment ......................................... 64,000 -------------- Amount available for nonpersonal service ..... 1,640,000 -------------- Program account subtotal ................... 4,838,000 -------------- General Fund / Aid to Localities
Local Assistance Account - 001 For state financial assistance for the arts. This appropriation may be used for state financial assistance to nonprofit cultural organizations offering services to the general public, including but not limited to, orchestras, dance companies, museums and theatre groups including nonprofit cultural organizations, botanical gardens, zoos, aquariums and public benefit corpo- rations offering programs of arts related education for elementary and secondary school pupils. Such programs may include activities directly undertaken by the grantee, or indirectly by regranting of state funds by regional or local arts councils, among other organizations, to nonprofit cultural organizations. Grants, including capital grants, awarded may be used for programs and activities relating to arts disciplines including, but not limited to, architecture, dance, design, music, theater, media, literature, museum activities, visual arts, folk arts, and arts in education programs .............. 35,150,000 For additional state financial assistance for the arts ................................. 1,613,000 -------------- Program account subtotal .................. 36,763,000 -------------- Special Revenue Funds - Federal / State Operations Federal Operating Grants Fund - 290 Council on the Arts Account For administration of programs funded from the national endowment for the arts feder- al grant award. Nonpersonal service .............................. 100,000 -------------- Program account subtotal ..................... 100,000 -------------- Special Revenue Funds - Federal / Aid to Localities Federal Operating Grants Fund - 290 Council on the Arts Account For financial assistance to nonprofit cultural organizations ....................... 2,413,000 --------------
Program account subtotal ................... 2,413,000 -------------- Special Revenue Funds - Other / Aid to Localities Arts Capital Revolving Fund - 338 For services and expenses of the arts capi- tal revolving loan fund ........................ 196,000 -------------- Program fund subtotal ........................ 196,000 -------------- EMPIRE STATE PLAZA PERFORMING ARTS CENTER CORPORATION PROGRAM ...................................................... 245,000 -------------- Special Revenue Funds - Other / State Operations Miscellaneous Special Revenue Fund - 339 Cultural Education Account State financial assistance for the empire state plaza performing arts center corpo- ration. PERSONAL SERVICE Personal service--regular ......................... 53,000 Temporary service ................................. 21,000 Holiday/overtime compensation ...................... 2,000 -------------- Amount available for personal service ........... 76,000 -------------- NONPERSONAL SERVICE Supplies and materials ............................ 30,000 Travel ............................................. 2,000 Contractual services ............................. 131,000 Fringe benefits .................................... 3,000 Indirect cost ...................................... 3,000 -------------- Amount available for nonpersonal service ....... 169,000 -------------- NEW YORK STATE THEATRE INSTITUTE CORPORATION PROGRAM ......... 1,289,000 -------------- Special Revenue Funds - Other / State Operations Miscellaneous Special Revenue Fund - 339 Cultural Education Account
State financial assistance for education programs by the New York state theatre institute corporation. Notwithstanding any provision of law to the contrary, the moneys hereby appropriated, or so much thereof as may be necessary, are to be available for the purposes here- in specified for obligations heretofore accrued or hereafter to accrue for the 2009-10 and 2010-11 state fiscal years. PERSONAL SERVICE Personal service--regular ........................ 705,000 Temporary service ................................ 105,000 Holiday/overtime compensation ...................... 1,000 -------------- Amount available for personal service .......... 811,000 -------------- NONPERSONAL SERVICE Supplies and materials ............................ 25,000 Travel ............................................. 9,000 Contractual services .............................. 37,000 Equipment .......................................... 1,000 Fringe benefits .................................. 379,000 Indirect costs .................................... 27,000 -------------- Amount available for nonpersonal service ....... 478,000 -------------- Total new appropriations for state operations and aid to localities .............................................. 45,844,000 ==============
ADMINISTRATION PROGRAM General Fund / Aid to Localities Local Assistance Account - 001 By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2009: For additional state financial assistance for the arts ............... 3,500,000 ......................................... (re. $3,043,000) For services and expenses of stabilization grants of up to $50,000 to support the operating expenses of small and mid-sized arts organiza- tions ... 250,000 ................................... (re. $250,000) By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2009, as amended by chapter 502, section 2, of the laws of 2009: For state financial assistance for the arts. This appropriation may be used for state financial assistance to nonprofit cultural organiza- tions offering services to the general public, including but not limited to, orchestras, dance companies, museums and theatre groups including nonprofit cultural organizations, botanical gardens, zoos, aquariums and public benefit corporations offering programs of arts related education for elementary and secondary school pupils. Such programs may include activities directly undertaken by the grantee, or indirectly by regranting of state funds by regional or local arts councils, among other organizations, to nonprofit cultural organiza- tions. Grants, including capital grants, awarded may be used for programs and activities relating to arts disciplines including, but not limited to, architecture, dance, design, music, theater, media, literature, museum activities, visual arts, folk arts, and arts in education programs; provided, however, that the amount of this appropriation available for expenditure and disbursement on and after November 1, 2009 shall be reduced by 12.5 percent of the amount that was undis- bursed as of November 1, 2009 ...................................... 38,900,000 ........................................ (re. $2,338,000) By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2008: For services and expenses of stabilization grants of up to $50,000 to support the operating expenses of small and mid-sized arts organiza- tions ... 467,000 ................................... (re. $467,000) Special Revenue Funds - Federal / State Operations Federal Operating Grants Fund - 290 Council on the Arts Account By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2009: For administration of programs funded from the national endowment for the arts federal grant award. Nonpersonal service ... 100,000 ....................... (re. $100,000) By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2008, as amended by chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2009:
For administration of programs funded from the national endowment for the arts federal grant award. Nonpersonal service ... 100,000 ....................... (re. $100,000) By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2006: For the grant period July 1, 2006 to June 30, 2007: ... ............ 993,000 ............................................. (re. $400,000) Special Revenue Funds - Federal / Aid to Localities Federal Operating Grants Fund - 290 Council on the Arts Account By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2009: For financial assistance to nonprofit cultural organizations ......... 2,413,000 ......................................... (re. $2,413,000) For financial assistance to nonprofit cultural organizations funded by the American recovery and reinvestment act of 2009. Funds appropri- ated herein shall be subject to all applicable reporting and accountability requirements contained in such act .................. 400,000 .............................................. (re. $72,000) By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2008: For financial assistance to nonprofit cultural organizations ......... 1,413,000 ........................................... (re. $633,000) By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2007: For financial assistance to nonprofit cultural organizations for the grant period July 1, 2007 to June 30, 2008 ......................... 1,513,000 ........................................... (re. $733,000) By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2006: For financial assistance to nonprofit cultural organizations for the grant period July 1, 2006 to June 30, 2007 ......................... 520,000 ............................................. (re. $205,000) Total reappropriations for state operations and aid to localities .............................................. 10,287,000 ============== By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2008: Maintenance Undistributed For services and expenses or for contracts with municipalities and/or private not-for-profit agencies for the amounts herein provided: General Fund / Aid to Localities Community Projects Fund - 007 Account CC Arts Stabilization Grants ... 33,000 ................... (re. $33,000)
For payment according to the following schedule: APPROPRIATIONS REAPPROPRIATIONS General Fund - State and Local ..... 1,232,756,735 0 Special Revenue Funds - Federal .... 7,554,000 0 Special Revenue Funds - Other ...... 145,000,000 0 Capital Projects Funds ............. 318,785,000 4,732,821,000 ---------------- ---------------- All Funds ........................ 1,704,095,735 4,732,821,000 ================ ================ AGENCY BUDGET SUMMARY OF NEW APPROPRIATIONS State Aid to Capital Fund Type Operations Localities Projects Total ------------ -------------- -------------- -------------- -------------- GF-St/Local 0 1,232,756,735 0 1,232,756,735 SR-Federal 0 7,554,000 0 7,554,000 SR-Other 145,000,000 0 0 145,000,000 Cap Proj 0 0 318,785,000 318,785,000 -------------- -------------- -------------- -------------- All Funds 145,000,000 1,240,310,735 318,785,000 1,704,095,735 ============== ============== ============== ============== SCHEDULE CITY UNIVERSITY--COMMUNITY COLLEGES ........................ 170,791,735 -------------- General Fund / Aid to Localities Local Assistance Account - 001 OPERATING ASSISTANCE For state financial assistance, net of disallowances, for operating expenses of community colleges to be expended pursuant to regulations developed jointly by the state university trustees and the city university trustees and approved by the director of the budget, and shall include funds available on a matching basis to implement programs for the provision of education and training services to indi- viduals eligible under the federal personal responsibility and work opportu- nity reconciliation act of 1996. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, rule or regulation, aid payable from this appropriation to community colleges shall
be distributed to the colleges according to guidelines established by the city university trustees. Notwithstanding any other law, rule, or regulation to the contrary, full funding for aidable community college enrollment for the college fiscal year 2010-11 and heretofore as provided under this appro- priation is determined by the operating aid formulas defined in rules and regu- lations developed jointly by the boards of trustees of the state and city universi- ties and approved by the director of the budget provided that the local sponsor may use funds contained in reserves for excess student revenue for operating support of a community college program even though said expenditures may cause expenses and student revenues to exceed one-third of the college's net operating budget for the college fiscal year 2010-11 provided that such funds do not cause the college's revenue from the local sponsor's contrib- ution in aggregate to be less than the comparable amounts for the previous commu- nity college fiscal year and further provided that pursuant to standards and regulations of the state university trus- tees and the city university trustees for the college fiscal year 2010-11, community colleges may increase tuition and fees above that allowable under current educa- tion law if such standards and regulations require that in order to exceed the tuition limit otherwise set forth in the education law, local sponsor contributions either in the aggregate or for each full- time equivalent student shall be no less than the comparable amounts for the previ- ous community college fiscal year .......... 175,522,500 For additional operating services and expenses of community colleges .............. 16,394,625 Less an amount to be suballocated from the state education department state fiscal stabilization fund-education account as funded by the American recovery and rein- vestment act of 2009 for operating services and expenses of community colleges .................................. (25,225,000) Less an amount to be appropriated from the federal special revenue fund - state stabilization fund-other governmental
services account as funded by the American recovery and reinvestment act of 2009 for operating services and expenses of commu- nity colleges .............................. (7,554,000) CATEGORICAL PROGRAMS For the payment of aid for community college categorical programs to be distributed to the colleges according to guidelines established by the city university trus- tees: For services and expenses related to the establishment, renovation, alteration, expansion, improvement or operation of child care centers for the benefit of students at the community college campuses of the city university of New York, provided that matching funds of at least 35 percent from nonstate sources be made available ...................................... 813,100 For payment of rental aid ...................... 8,132,120 For state financial assistance for community college contract courses and work force development .................................. 1,880,000 For student financial assistance to expand opportunities in the community colleges of the city university for the educationally and economically disadvantaged in accord- ance with section 6452 of the education law ............................................ 828,390 CITY UNIVERSITY--SENIOR COLLEGES ......................... 1,059,965,000 -------------- General Fund / Aid to Localities Local Assistance Account - 001 CITY UNIVERSITY--SENIOR COLLEGE PROGRAMS For the costs of the state share, as prescribed herein, as reimbursement to the city of New York to be paid during the state fiscal year beginning April 1, 2010 for the operating expenses of the senior college approved programs and services of the city university of New York as defined in section 6230 of the education law. Notwithstanding paragraphs 3 and 4 of subdi- vision A of section 6221 of the education law, the amount appropriated herein shall constitute the maximum state payment for
the 2010-11 state fiscal year beginning April 1, 2010 to the city of New York, of which $428,000,000 is a state liability to the city for the period beginning April 1, 2010 through June 30, 2011, for reimburse- ment of costs incurred by the city at any time during the 2009-10 academic year. Notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law, the dormitory authority of the state of New York may issue bonds for the purpose of reimbursing equipment disburse- ments subject to subdivision 14 of section 1680 of the public authorities law and upon transfer of bond proceeds for equip- ment disbursements, from the city univer- sity special revenue fund (377), facili- ties and planning income reimbursable account (NA) to an account of the city of New York, the general fund appropriations herein shall be reduced by amounts equiv- alent to such transfers but in no event less than $20,000,000 for the 12-month period beginning July 1, 2010; the trans- fer of such bond proceeds shall immediate- ly and equivalently reduce the general fund amounts appropriated herein; and the portions of such general fund appropri- ations so affected shall have no further force or effect. The state share of operating expenses, a portion of which is appropriated herein as reimbursement to New York city, shall be an amount equal to the net operating expenses of the senior college approved programs and services which shall equal the total operating expenses of approved programs and services less: (a) all excess tuition and instructional and noninstructional fees attributable to the senior colleges received from the city university construction fund; (b) miscellaneous revenue and fees, including bad debt recoveries and income fund reimbursable cost recoveries; (c) pursuant to section 6221 of the educa- tion law, a representative share of the operating costs of those activities within central administration and univ- ersity-wide programs which, as deter- mined by the state budget director, relate jointly to the senior colleges and community colleges, and New York
city support for associate degree programs at the College of Staten Island and Medgar Evers College and notwith- standing any other provision of law, rule or regulation, New York city support for associate degree programs at New York city college of technology and John Jay college, with such support based on the 2007-08 full-time equiv- alent (FTE) associate degree enrollments at these campuses and calculated using the New York city contribution per city university community college FTE in the 2007-08 base year, totaling $32,275,000. In no event shall the state support for the operating expenses of the senior college approved programs and services for the 12-month period beginning July 1, 2009 Exceed $1,066,866,000 .................... 1,059,465,000 For services and expenses of the Joseph Murphy Institute ............................... 500,000 -------------- CITY UNIVERSITY--SENIOR COLLEGE PENSION PAYMENTS ............. 2,000,000 -------------- General Fund / Aid to Localities Local Assistance Account - 001 For payment of financial assistance to the city of New York for certain costs of retirement incentive programs and other liabilities attributable to employee retirement systems and for special pension payments attributable to employees of the senior colleges of the city university of New York pursuant to chapters 975, 976, and 977 of the laws of 1977, in accordance with section 6231 of the education law and chapter 958 of the laws of 1981, as amended ...................................... 2,000,000 -------------- SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS - FEDERAL AMERICAN RECOVERY AND REINVESTMENT ACT OF 2009 STATE STABILIZATION FUND ......................................... 7,554,000 -------------- Special Revenue Funds - Federal / Aid to Localities Federal Department of Education Fund - 267 Government Services Account
For the purposes of the state fiscal stabilization fund-other governmental services fund as funded by the American recovery and reinvestment act of 2009. Funds appropriated herein shall be subject to all applicable reporting and account- ability requirements contained in such act. Funds appropriated herein shall be available for operating services and expenses of community colleges ........................... 7,554,000 -------------- SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS - OTHER .............................. 145,000,000 -------------- Special Revenue Funds - Other / State Operations City University Special Revenue Fund - 377 City University Income Reimbursable Account For services and expenses of activities supported in whole or in part by user fees and other charges including dormitory operations at Hunter college, including liabilities incurred prior to July 1, 2010 .. 90,000,000 -------------- Program account subtotal .................. 90,000,000 -------------- Special Revenue Funds - Other / State Operations City University Special Revenue Fund - 377 City University Stabilization Account For services and expenses at various campus- es ........................................... 5,000,000 -------------- Program account subtotal ................... 5,000,000 -------------- Special Revenue Funds - Other / State Operations City University Special Revenue Fund - 377 City University Tuition Reimbursable Account For services and expenses of activities supported in whole or in part by tuition and related academic fees, including liabilities incurred prior to July 1, 2010 to be available for expenditure upon approval by the director of the budget of an annual plan submitted by the university to the director of the budget and chairs of the senate finance committee and the
assembly ways and means committee on or before August 1, 2010 ....................... 50,000,000 -------------- Program account subtotal .................. 50,000,000 -------------- Total new appropriations for state operations and aid to localities ........................................... 1,377,756,735 ============== The appropriation made by chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2009, is amended and reappropriated to read: Maintenance Undistributed For services and expenses or for contracts with municipalities and/or private not-for-profit agencies for the amounts herein provided: General Fund / Aid to Localities Community Projects Fund - 007 Account CC CITY UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK - CREATIVE ARTS TEAM ..................... 2,500 ................................................. (RE. $2,500) The appropriation made by chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2008, is amended and reappropriated to read: Maintenance Undistributed For services and expenses or for contracts with municipalities and/or private not-for-profit agencies for the amounts herein provided: General Fund / Aid to Localities Community Projects Fund - 007 Account BB [OASIS Community Corporation ... 4,500 ................. (re. $4,500)] General Fund / Aid to Localities Community Projects Fund - 007 Account CC QUEENSBOROUGH PERFORMING ARTS CENTER .. 5,000 ........... (RE. $5,000) The appropriation made by chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2007, is amended and reappropriated to read: Maintenance Undistributed For services and expenses or for contracts with municipalities and/or private not-for-profit agencies for the amounts herein provided:
General Fund / Aid to Localities Community Projects Fund - 007 Account CC CUNY SCHOOL OF LAW ... 20,000 .......................... (RE. $20,000)
For the comprehensive construction programs, purposes and projects as herein specified in accordance with the following: Capital Projects Fund - Advances ........................... 284,222,000 -------------- All Funds .................................................. 284,222,000 ============== GENERAL MAINTENANCE AND IMPROVEMENTS (CCP) ................. 284,222,000 ============== Capital Projects Fund Administration Purpose Advances for alterations and improvements to various facilities for capital crit- ical maintenance, including but not limited to capital design, construction, acquisition, reconstruction, rehabili- tation, and equipment; for health and safety, preservation of facilities, program improvement or program change, environmental protection, energy conser- vation, accreditation, facilities for the physically disabled, preventative maintenance and related projects, including costs incurred prior to April 1, 2010, and subject to a plan developed and submitted annually by the city university of New York and approved by the director of the budget, and which may include, but not be limited to, projects in the following schedule (30031050) ............................... 284,222,000 Project Schedule PROJECT AMOUNT ---------------------------------------------------------- (thousands of dollars) Baruch College Campus-wide critical maintenance to various facilities ................ 9,400 Brooklyn College Campus-wide critical maintenance to various facilities ................ 14,542 City College Campus-wide critical maintenance to
various facilities ................ 22,900 Graduate School and University Center Campus-wide critical maintenance to various facilities ......... ...... 1,500 Hunter College Campus-wide critical maintenance to various facilities ................ 18,000 John Jay College of Criminal Justice Campus-wide critical maintenance to various facilities ................ 11,000 Lehman College Campus-wide critical maintenance to various facilities ................ 7,000 Medgar Evers College Campus-wide critical maintenance to various facilities ................ 14,630 New York City College of Technology Campus-wide critical maintenance to various facilities ................ 19,800 Queens College Campus-wide critical maintenance to various facilities ................ 11,550 College of Staten Island Campus-wide critical maintenance to various facilities ................ 8,100 York College Campus-wide critical maintenance to various facilities ................ 6,500 For university-wide critical maintenance or capital improvement costs at senior colleges attributable to the findings of condition surveys for health and safety needs .................................... 35,000 For university-wide critical maintenance or capital improvement costs at senior colleges attributable to the findings of condition surveys for preservation of facilities needs ......................... 30,000 For university-wide critical maintenance or capital improvement costs at senior colleges attributable to ADA needs ....... 1,800 For university-wide critical maintenance or capital improvement costs at senior colleges attributable to certificate of occupancy/public assembly needs .......... 10,000 For university-wide critical maintenance or capital improvement costs at senior colleges attributable to energy conservation needs ....................... 17,000
For university-wide critical maintenance or capital improvement costs at senior colleges attributable to science and technology equipment needs ............... 5,000 For university-wide critical maintenance or capital improvement costs at senior colleges attributable to educational technology initiative needs .............. 5,000 For university-wide critical maintenance or capital improvement costs at senior colleges attributable to science lab upgrade needs ............................ 8,600 For university-wide critical maintenance or capital improvement costs at senior colleges attributable to bathroom facilities upgrade needs ................. 1,700 For university-wide critical maintenance or capital improvement costs at senior colleges attributable to asbestos abatement needs .......................... 1,700 For university-wide critical maintenance or capital improvement costs at senior colleges attributable to athletic facilities upgrade needs ................. 2,000 For university-wide critical maintenance or capital improvement costs at senior colleges attributable CUNY TV renovation needs ......................... 1,500 For university-wide critical maintenance or capital improvement costs at senior colleges attributable to mechanical and infrastructure needs ..................... 20,000 -------------- Total .................................. 284,222 ==============
For the comprehensive construction programs, purposes and projects as herein specified in accordance with the following: Capital Projects Fund - Advances ............................ 34,563,000 -------------- All Funds ................................................... 34,563,000 ============== Capital Projects Fund GENERAL MAINTENANCE AND IMPROVEMENTS (CCP) .................. 34,563,000 -------------- Administration Purpose An advance for state financial assistance to community colleges for alterations and improvements to various facilities including services and expenses, capital design, construction, acquisition, reconstruction, rehabilitation and equipment; for health and safety, pres- ervation of facilities, new facilities, program improvement or program change, environmental protection, energy conser- vation, accreditation, facilities for the physically disabled, and related projects, including costs incurred prior to April 1, 2010 subject to an annual plan developed by the city university and approved by the state director of the budget which shall include projects in the following schedule (30CC1050) ...... 34,563,000 Project Schedule ESTIMATED ESTIMATED TOTAL STATE 50 PERCENT & LOCAL SHARE STATE SHARE ---------------------------------------------------------- (thousands of dollars) Borough of Manhattan Community College Central Plant Upgrades, 199 Chambers Street ...... 14,000 7,000 Bronx Community College Campus-wide Utility Upgrades, Ph. I .................... 18,626 9,313
Kingsborough Community College Mechanical and Infrastructure Improvements ............... 4,000 2,000 LaGuardia Community College Conference Facility Space .. 2,000 1,000 Center 3 Office Space and Elevators ................ 2,500 1,250 Facility Upgrades .......... 10,000 5,000 Queensborough Community College Upgrade Campus-wide Electrical System, Ph. I ............ 18,000 9,000 ------- ------ Total .......................... 69,126 34,563 ======= =======
SENIOR COLLEGES GENERAL MAINTENANCE AND IMPROVEMENTS (CCP) Capital Projects Fund Administration Purpose By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2008: Alterations and improvements to various facilities for minor rehabili- tation, including but not limited to capital design, construction, acquisition, reconstruction, rehabilitation, and equipment; for health and safety, preservation of facilities, program improvement or program change, environmental protection, energy conservation, accreditation, facilities for the physically disabled, preventative maintenance and related projects, including costs incurred prior to April 1, 2008, and subject to a plan submitted annually by the city university of New York and approved by the director of the budget (30080850) ... 23,232,000 ........................ (re. $23,000,000) By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2004, as added by chapter 55, section 4, of the laws of 2004: Alterations and improvements to various facilities including services and expenses, capital design, construction, acquisition, recon- struction, rehabilitation and equipment; for health and safety, preservation of facilities, new facilities, program improvement or program change, environmental protection, energy conservation, accreditation, facilities for the physically disabled, preventive maintenance and related projects, including costs incurred prior to April 1, 2004, and subject to a plan submitted annually by the city university of New York and approved by the director of the budget (30060450) ... 20,000,000 .......................... (re. 7,000,000) By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 1998, as amended by chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 1999, for: Alterations and improvements to various facilities including capital design, construction, acquisition, reconstruction, rehabilitation and equipment; for health and safety, preservation of facilities, new facilities, program improvements or program change, environ- mental protection, energy conservation, accreditation, facilities for the physically disabled, preventive maintenance and related projects (302198C1) ... 8,200,000 ................. (re. $1,000,000) Alterations and improvements to provide a parent resource/day care facility in the 17 Lexington Avenue Building at Baruch College (302198C1) ... 1,000,000 .......................... (re. $1,000,000) Alterations and improvements to CUNY Libraries (302198C1) ............ 10,800,000 ........................................ (re. $4,475,000) Health and Safety Purpose
By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 1993, for: Alterations and improvements for health and safety pursuant to a plan, based on the results of building condition surveys, to be submitted for approval to the director of the budget on or before July 1, 1993. No funds shall be made available until such plan is approved by the director of the budget (30029301) ........................... 2,750,000 ............................................ (re. 854,000) By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 1992, for: Alterations and improvements for facilities for the physically disa- bled (30A29201) ... ... 1,128,000 ................. (re. $218,000) By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 1989, as amended by chapter 54, section 3, of the laws of 1995, for: Alterations and improvements for health and safety (30A18901) ... ..... 2,780,000 ............................... (re. $299,000) By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 1988, as amended by chapter 54, section 3, of the laws of 1992, for: Alterations and improvements for health and safety (30A18801) ... ..... 2,308,000 ............................... (re. $325,000) By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 1987, as amended by chapter 54, section 3, of the laws of 1995, for: Alterations and improvements for health and safety (30018701) ... ... 8,507,000 ................................ (re. $822,000) Preservation of Facilities Purpose By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 1997: Alterations and improvements for preservation of facilities (30039703) ... ..... 3,300,000 ............................. (re. $2,272,000) By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 1996, for: Alterations and improvements to roofs on various buildings at Brooklyn College (30299603) ... 300,000 ...................... (re. $300,000) By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 1995, for: Alterations and improvements to roofs on various buildings (30239503) ... ..... 5,933,000 ............................. (re. $3,648,000) By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 1994, for: Alterations and improvements to roofs (30039403) ... ............... 5,579,000 ........................................... (re. $320,000) By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 1990, as amended by chapter 54, section 3, of the laws of 1992, for: Alterations and improvements for preservation of facilities (30A39003) ... ..... 9,947,000 ............................. (re. $1,500,000) By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 1988, as amended by chapter 54, section 3, of the laws of 1994, for:
Alterations and improvements for preservation of facilities (30A38803) ... ..... 6,363,000 ............................... (re. $498,000) Facilities for the Physically Disabled Purpose By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 1995, for: Alterations and improvements to make facilities accessible to the physically disabled (30149504) ... ............................... 1,257,000 ........................................... (re. $580,000) By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 1987, as amended by chapter 54, section 3, of the laws of 1992, for: Alterations and improvements to make facilities accessible to the physically disabled (30048704) ... ............................... 1,206,000 ........................................... (re. $420,000) Energy Conservation Purpose By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 1988, as amended by chapter 54, section 3, of the laws of 1992, for: Alterations and improvements for energy conservation (30A58805) ... ..... 2,065,000 ............................... (re. $987,000) Program Improvement or Program Change Purpose By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 1995, for: Alterations and improvements to child care facilities (30289508) ... ..... 1,306,000 ............................. (re. $1,306,000) By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 1994, for: Planning for master plans, including telecommunications and pre-design project estimates (30389408) ... ..... 1,000,000 .. (re. $398,000) PROGRAM CHANGES, EXPANSION AND IMPROVEMENTS (CCP) Capital Projects Fund Program Improvement or Program Change Purpose By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 1990, as amended by chapter 54, section 3, of the laws of 1992, for: Alterations and improvements for program improvements (30A89008) ... ..... 3,331,000 ............................... (re. $180,000) By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 1988, as amended by chapter 54, section 3, of the laws of 1995, for: Alterations and improvements for program improvements (30A98808) ... ..... 6,602,000 ............................... (re. $984,000)
(APPROPRIATED TO THE CITY UNIVERSITY CONSTRUCTION FUND) SENIOR COLLEGES GENERAL MAINTENANCE AND IMPROVEMENTS (CCP) Capital Projects Fund Administration Purpose By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2009: Advances for alterations and improvements to various facilities for capital critical maintenance, including but not limited to capital design, construction, acquisition, reconstruction, rehabilitation, and equipment; for health and safety, preservation of facilities, program improvement or program change, environmental protection, energy conservation, accreditation, facilities for the physically disabled, preventative maintenance and related projects, including costs incurred prior to April 1, 2009, and subject to a plan devel- oped and submitted annually by the city university of New York and approved by the director of the budget, and which may include, but not be limited to, projects in the following schedule (30020950) ... 284,222,000 ..................................... (re. $284,222,000) Project Schedule PROJECT AMOUNT ---------------------------------------------------------- (thousands of dollars) Baruch College Campus-wide critical maintenance to various facilities .............. 2,705 Brooklyn College Campus-wide critical maintenance to various facilities .............. 3,661 City College Campus-wide critical maintenance to various facilities .............. 27,407 Hunter College Campus-wide critical maintenance to various facilities .............. 14,482 John Jay College of Criminal Justice Campus-wide critical maintenance to various facilities .............. 5,681 Lehman College Campus-wide critical maintenance to various facilities .............. 30,000 New York City College of Technology Campus-wide critical maintenance to various facilities .............. 9,400 Queens College Campus-wide critical maintenance to various facilities .............. 35,567 College of Staten Island
Campus-wide critical maintenance to various facilities .............. 9,565 York College Campus-wide critical maintenance to various facilities .............. 7,954 For university-wide critical maintenance or capital improvement costs at senior colleges attributable to the findings of condition surveys for health and safety needs .................................... 35,000 For university-wide critical maintenance or capital improvement costs at senior colleges attributable to the findings of condition surveys for preservation of facilities needs ......................... 30,000 For university-wide critical maintenance or capital improvement costs at senior colleges attributable to ADA needs ....... 1,800 For university-wide critical maintenance or capital improvement costs at senior colleges attributable to certificate of occupancy/public assembly needs .......... 10,000 For university-wide critical maintenance or capital improvement costs at senior colleges attributable to energy conservation needs ....................... 17,000 For university-wide critical maintenance or capital improvement costs at senior colleges attributable to science and technology equipment needs ............... 5,000 For university-wide critical maintenance or capital improvement costs at senior colleges attributable to educational technology initiative needs .............. 5,000 For university-wide critical maintenance or capital improvement costs at senior colleges attributable to science lab upgrade needs ............................ 8,600 For university-wide critical maintenance or capital improvement costs at senior colleges attributable to bathroom facilities upgrade needs ................. 1,700 For university-wide critical maintenance or capital improvement costs at senior colleges attributable to asbestos abatement needs .......................... 1,700 For university-wide critical maintenance or capital improvement costs at senior colleges attributable to athletic facilities upgrade needs ................. 2,000 For university-wide critical maintenance or capital improvement costs at senior
colleges attributable to mechanical and infrastructure needs ..................... 20,000 -------------- Total .................................. 284,222 ============== By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2008: Advances for alterations and improvements to various facilities for capital critical maintenance, including but not limited to capital design, construction, acquisition, reconstruction, rehabilitation, and equipment; for health and safety, preservation of facilities, program improvement or program change, environmental protection, energy conservation, accreditation, facilities for the physically disabled, preventative maintenance and related projects, including costs incurred prior to April 1, 2008, and subject to a plan devel- oped and submitted annually by the city university of New York and approved by the director of the budget, and which may include, but not be limited to, projects in the following schedule (30010850) ... 284,222,000 ..................................... (re. $284,222,000) Project Schedule PROJECT AMOUNT ---------------------------------------------- (thousands of dollars) Baruch College Campus-wide critical maintenance to various facilities ................ 6,746 Brooklyn College Campus-wide critical maintenance to various facilities ............... 10,811 City College Campus-wide critical maintenance to various facilities ............... 23,466 Graduate School and University Center Campus-wide critical maintenance to various facilities .................. 300 Hunter College Campus-wide critical maintenance to various facilities ................ 3,176 John Jay College of Criminal Justice Campus-wide critical maintenance to various facilities ................ 6,873 Lehman College Campus-wide critical maintenance to various facilities ............... 15,941
New York City College of Technology Campus-wide critical maintenance to various facilities ............... 10,800 Queens College Campus-wide critical maintenance to various facilities ............... 21,117 College of Staten Island Campus-wide critical maintenance to various facilities ............... 18,125 York College Campus-wide critical maintenance to various facilities ............... 15,223 For university-wide critical maintenance or capital improvement costs at senior colleges attributable to the findings of condition surveys for health and safety needs ......... 33,154 For university-wide critical maintenance or capital improvement costs at senior colleges attributable to the findings of condition surveys for preservation of facilities needs ............................... 40,001 For university-wide critical maintenance or capital improvement costs at senior colleges attributable to ADA needs ................................ 1,989 For university-wide critical maintenance or capital improvement costs at senior colleges attributable to science and technology equipment needs ....... 5,000 For university-wide critical maintenance or capital improvement costs at senior colleges attributable to certificate of occupancy/public assembly needs ....................... 8,000 For university-wide critical maintenance or capital
improvement costs at senior colleges attributable to energy conservation needs .................. 18,787 For university-wide critical maintenance or capital improvement costs at senior colleges attributable to science lab upgrade needs .................... 9,504 For university-wide critical maintenance or capital improvement costs at senior colleges attributable to educational technology initiative needs ............................... 10,000 For university-wide critical maintenance or capital improvement costs at senior colleges attributable to bathroom facilities upgrade needs ............. 1,879 For university-wide critical maintenance or capital improvement costs at senior colleges attributable to asbestos abatement needs ...................... 1,879 For university-wide critical maintenance or capital improvement costs at senior colleges attributable to CUNY TV renovations needs .................... 1,450 For university-wide critical maintenance or capital improvement costs at senior colleges attributable to mechanical and infrastructure needs ............... 20,000 -------------- Total .............................. 284,222 ============== By chapter 53 of the laws of 2008, as amended by chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2009: Advances for alterations and improvements to various facilities for capital strategic initiatives, including but not limited capital design, construction, acquisition, reconstruction, rehabilitation, and equipment; for health and safety, preservation of facilities, new facilities, program improvement or program change, environmental protection, energy conservation, accreditation, facilities for the
physically disabled, preventative maintenance and related projects, including costs incurred prior to April 1, 2008, and subject to a plan developed and submitted annually by the city university of New York and approved by the director of the budget, and which may include, but not be limited to, projects in the following schedule (30060850) ... 1,311,732,000 .................. (re. $1,311,732,000) Project Schedule PROJECT AMOUNT -------------------------------------------- (thousands of dollars) Baruch College 17 Lexington Ave. Building Renovation/Field Building Renovation ........................ 40,000 Brooklyn College West Quad Building ................ 22,782 Roosevelt Hall Science Facility .......................... 52,000 Performing Arts Center ............ 29,000 Fire Alarm and Security Project ............................ 9,834 City College New Science Facility .............. 70,334 Marshak Building Interior ......... 10,000 School of Architecture Renovation ........................ 10,000 Central Plant Expansion and Distribution ...................... 37,727 Hunter College School of Social Work ............ 84,318 New Science Lab Building, Phase I .......................... 74,682 John Jay College of Criminal Justice John Jay College Building Expansion ....................... 125,000 CUNY School of Law New Facility ..................... 50,000 Lehman College New Science Facility, Phase II ......................... 20,000 Swing Space for New Science Facility ......................... 20,000 Media Production Center & Virtual Small Business Assistance Center .. 2,217
New York City College of Technology Academic Building I ............. 100,000 Educational Technology Initiative ... 250 Queens College Louis Armstrong Center ............. 5,000 Tennis Courts ...................... 1,500 College of Staten Island Center for Computational Science ............................ 6,500 Sports and Recreation Center Upgrades ........................... 1,000 Campus-wide Site Security & Lighting, Phase II .......................... 12,988 York College Student Services Center/Classroom Building ........................... 5,000 University-wide CUNY ERP (CUNY FIRST) ............ 142,000 Advanced Science Research Center, Phase I, and CCNY New Science Facility ......................... 207,878 Project Administration ............ 61,722 Operational Changes .............. 110,000 -------------- Total ........................ 1,311,732 ============== By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2007: An advance for alterations and improvements to various facilities including services and expenses, capital design, construction, acquisition, reconstruction, rehabilitation and equipment; including but not limited to health and safety, preservation of facilities, new facilities, program improvement or program change, environmental protection, energy conservation, accreditation, facilities for the physically disabled, preventive maintenance and related projects, including costs incurred prior to April 1, 2007, and subject to a plan to be developed and submitted annually by the city university of New York and approved by the state director of the budget, and which may include, but not be limited to, projects in the following schedule (30670750) ... 225,000,000 ............. (re. $225,000,000) Project Schedule AMOUNT ---------------------------------------------------------- (thousands of dollars) For the City College Marshak Building, provided however that subdivision (b) of section 6281 of the education law, as
amended by chapter 1081 of the laws of 1969, shall apply to the dormitory author- ity and/or the city university construction fund, as the letting agency, unless, in its discretion, it determines to utilize a project labor agreement for all work performed in the renovation of the Marshak science building, the city college science facility and the new science research center at city college, which means a prehire collective bargain- ing agreement between the agency and a labor organization establishing the labor organization as the collective bargaining representative for all persons who will perform work pursuant to all contracts for the construction, reconstruction, rehabil- itation or improvement of facilities, and which provides that only contractors and subcontractors who sign a prenegotiated agreement with the labor organization can perform project work, when the record supporting the decision to enter into such an agreement establishes that it is justi- fied by the interests underlying the competitive bidding laws ....................... 30,000 For the City College Science Facility, provided however that subdivision (b) of section 6281 of the education law, as amended by chapter 1081 of the laws of 1969, shall apply to the dormitory author- ity and/or the city university construction fund, as the letting agency, unless, in its discretion, it determines to utilize a project labor agreement for all work performed in the renovation of the Marshak science building, the city college science facility and the new science research center at city college, which means a prehire collective bargain- ing agreement between the agency and a labor organization establishing the labor organization as the collective bargaining representative for all persons who will perform work pursuant to all contracts for the construction, reconstruction, rehabil- itation or improvement of facilities, and which provides that only contractors and subcontractors who sign a prenegotiated agreement with the labor organization can perform project work, when the record supporting the decision to enter into such
an agreement establishes that it is justi- fied by the interests underlying the competitive bidding laws ....................... 55,300 For the Advanced Science Research Center at City College ................................... 14,500 For Central Utilities Plan Expansion at Lehman College ................................. 11,100 For the Voorhees Building facade at New York City College of Technology ..................... 14,100 For structural repairs at the Pearl Street Building at New York City College of Tech- nology ......................................... 5,000 For expansion of the Central Plant at City College ........................................ 30,000 For university-wide critical maintenance or capital improvement costs at senior colleges attributable to the findings of condition surveys for health and safety needs .......................................... 20,000 For university-wide critical maintenance or capital improvement costs at senior colleges attributable to the findings of condition surveys for preservation of facilities needs ............................... 30,000 For university-wide critical maintenance or capital improvement costs at senior colleges to correct deficiencies in the mechanical, electrical and plumbing infrastructure ................................. 15,000 -------------- Total .......................................... 225,000 ============== By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2006: An advance for alterations and improvements to various facilities including services and expenses, capital design, construction, acquisition, reconstruction, rehabilitation and equipment; including but not limited to health and safety, preservation of facilities, new facilities, program improvement or program change, environmental protection, energy conservation, accreditation, facilities for the physically disabled, preventive maintenance and related projects, including costs incurred prior to April 1, 2006, and subject to a plan to be developed and submitted annually by the city university of New York and approved by the state director of the budget, and which may include, but not be limited to, projects in the following schedule (30670650) ... 26,231,000 ............... (re. $26,231,000) Project Schedule AMOUNT -------------------------------------------- (thousands of dollars) For the City College Marshak
Building, provided however that subdivision (b) of section 6281 of the education law, as amended by chapter 1081 of the laws of 1969, shall apply to the dormitory authority and/or the city university construction fund, as the letting agency, unless, in its discretion, it deter- mines to utilize a project labor agreement for all work performed in the renovation of the Marshak science building, the city college science facility and the new science research center at city college, which means a prehire collective bargaining agree- ment between the agency and a labor organization establish- ing the labor organization as the collective bargaining representative for all persons who will perform work pursuant to all contracts for the construction, reconstruction, rehabilitation or improvement of facilities, and which provides that only contractors and subcontractors who sign a prenegotiated agreement with the labor organization can perform project work, when the record supporting the decision to enter into such an agree- ment establishes that it is justified by the interests underlying the competitive bidding laws ..................... 11,231 For the City College Science Fa- cility, provided however that subdivision (b) of section 6281 of the education law, as amended by chapter 1081 of the laws of 1969, shall apply to the dormitory authority and/or the city university construction fund, as the letting agency, unless, in its discretion, it deter- mines to utilize a project
labor agreement for all work performed in the renovation of the Marshak science building, the city college science facility and the new science research center at city college, which means a prehire collective bargaining agree- ment between the agency and a labor organization establish- ing the labor organization as the collective bargaining representative for all persons who will perform work pursuant to all contracts for the construction, reconstruction, rehabilitation or improvement of facilities, and which provides that only contractors and subcontractors who sign a prenegotiated agreement with the labor organization can perform project work, when the record supporting the decision to enter into such an agree- ment establishes that it is justified by the interests underlying the competitive bidding laws ..................... 15,000 ------- Total ............................ 26,231 ======= By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2006, as amended by chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2007: An additional advance for alterations and improvements to various facilities including services and expenses, service contracts, memo- randum of understanding, capital design, construction, acquisition, reconstruction, rehabilitation and equipment; for health and safety, preservation of facilities, new facilities, program improvement or program change, technology, environmental protection, energy conser- vation, accreditation, facilities for the physically disabled and related projects including costs incurred prior to April 1, 2006 subject to an annual plan developed by the city university of New York which shall include projects in the following schedule (30670650) ... 235,500,000 ...................... (re. $235,500,000) Project Schedule PROJECT AMOUNT --------------------------------------------------------- (thousands of dollars) Brooklyn College
The West Quad Project .......................... 12,000 Roosevelt Hall ................................. 11,000 The Performing Arts Center ..................... 15,000 City College School of Architecture (SAUDLA) ................ 8,000 Marshak Building ............................... 13,800 Science Facility ............................... 57,700 College of Staten Island 2M Building .................................... 5,000 Upgrades, Renovations, Equipment - Various ........................................ 4,000 CUNY Law Law Building Renovation, Phase I ............... 500 Hunter College Roosevelt House Renovation ..................... 1,000 New Science Lab Building ....................... 10,000 John Jay Building Expansion ............................. 15,000 Lehman College Consolidated Computer Center Phase II .......... 1,000 New Science Facility Phase II .................. 10,000 Queens College Science Upgrades Phase II ...................... 6,000 Louis Armstrong Center ......................... 5,000 School of Journalism School of Journalism ........................... 10,000 York College Student Services Center ........................ 6,000 Campus-wide Site Improvements .................... 7,000 An advance for alterations and improvements to various facilities including services and expenses, service contracts, memoran- dum of understanding, capital design, construction, acquisition, reconstruction, rehabilitation and equipment; for health and safety, preservation of facilities, new facilities, program improvement or program change, technology, environmental protection, energy conservation, accredi- tation, facilities for the physically disabled and related projects, to be developed by the city university of New York in consultation with the senate majority leader and approved by the direc- tor of budget ............................... 28,500 University-wide For health and safety projects ................ 9,000 -------------- Total ....................................... 235,500 ==============
By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2005, as amended by chapter 162, section 2, of the laws of 2005: An advance for alterations and improvements to various facilities including services and expenses, capital design, construction, acquisition, reconstruction, rehabilitation and equipment; including but not limited to health and safety, preservation of facilities, new facilities, program improvement or program change, environmental protection, energy conservation, accreditation, facilities for the physically disabled, preventive maintenance and related projects, including costs incurred prior to April 1, 2005, and subject to a plan to be developed and submitted annually by the city university of New York and approved by the state director of the budget, and which may include, but not be limited to, projects in the following schedule (30560550) ... 69,000,000 ............... (re. $69,000,000) Project Schedule AMOUNT -------------------------------------------- (thousands of dollars) For preliminary planning for the renovation of Brooklyn College's Roosevelt Hall ......... 2,500 For the City College Marshak Building, provided however that subdivision (b) of section 6281 of the education law, as amended by chapter 1081 of the laws of 1969, shall apply to the dormitory authority and/or the city university construction fund, as the letting agency, unless, in its discretion, it deter- mines to utilize a project labor agreement for all work performed in the renovation of the Marshak science building, the city college science facility and the new science research center at City College, which means a prehire collective bargaining agree- ment between the agency and a labor organization establish- ing the labor organization as the collective bargaining representative for all persons who will perform work pursuant to all contracts for the construction, reconstruction, rehabilitation or improvement of facilities, and which
provides that only contractors and subcontractors who sign a prenegotiated agreement with the labor organization can perform project work, when the record supporting the decision to enter into such an agree- ment establishes that it is justified by the interests underlying the competitive bidding laws ..................... 10,000 For matching grants for Governors Island ................. 15,000 For university-wide critical maintenance or capital improvement costs at senior and community colleges includ- ing but not limited to: costs attributable to the findings of condition surveys for health and safety; preserva- tion of facilities and access for the physically disabled; code compliance; emergencies; asbestos removal; energy conservation; fire alarms, sprinklers, electrical distribution and heating and cooling system requirements; and other similar campus-wide and systemwide needs, provided however that subdivision (b) of section 6281 of the educa- tion law, as amended by chap- ter 1081 of the laws of 1969, shall apply to the dormitory authority and/or the city university construction fund, as the letting agency, unless, in its discretion, it deter- mines to utilize a project labor agreement for all work performed in the renovation of the Marshak science building, the city college science facility and the new science research center at City College, which means a prehire collective bargaining agree- ment between the agency and a labor organization establish- ing the labor organization as
the collective bargaining representative for all persons who will perform work pursuant to all contracts for the construction, reconstruction, rehabilitation or improvement of facilities, and which provides that only contractors and subcontractors who sign a prenegotiated agreement with the labor organization can perform project work, when the record supporting the decision to enter into such an agree- ment establishes that it is justified by the interests underlying the competitive bidding laws ..................... 41,500 -------------- Total ............................ 69,000 ============== By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2005, as amended by chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2006: An additional advance for alterations and improvements to various facilities including services and expenses, capital design, construction, acquisition, reconstruction, rehabilitation and equip- ment; for health and safety, preservation of facilities, new facili- ties, program improvement or program change, environmental protection, energy conservation, accreditation, facilities for the physically disabled and related projects including costs incurred prior to April 1, 2005 subject to an annual plan developed by the city university of New York which shall include projects in the following schedule (30580550) ... 153,097,000 ... (re. $153,097,000) Project Schedule Project Amount -------------------------------------------- (thousands of dollars) New York City Technical College Academic Building 1 ............... 50,000 Additional Academic Building and Equipment ....................... 1,000 Staten Island College Lighting for pedestrian walkways........................ 297 Additional Parking Space at lots 2 and 3 ........................ 678 Refurbishing of Study Alcoves ........................ 198 Site Lighting Improvements ....... 223
Renovation Building 3M ........... 3,000 Brooklyn College Equipment costs of the Environ- mental Analysis Core Ctr ....... 421 University Wide For Network Infrastructure Improvements ................... 25,280 An advance for alterations and improvements to various facilities including services and expenses, capi- tal design, construction, acquisition, reconstruction, rehabilitation and equip- ment; including but not limited to, health and safe- ty, preservation of facili- ties, new facilities, program improvement or program change, environ- mental protection, energy conservation, accreditation, facilities for the phys- ically disabled, preventive maintenance and related projects, to be developed by the city university of New York in consultation with the senate majority leader and approved by the director of budget ........................ 72,000 -------------- Total ........................ 153,097 ============== By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2004, as amended by chapter 162, section 2, of the laws of 2005: An advance for alterations and improvements to various facilities including services and expenses, capital design, construction, acquisition, reconstruction, rehabilitation and equipment; for health and safety, preservation of facilities, new facilities, program improvement or program change, environmental protection, energy conservation, accreditation, facilities for the physically disabled, and related projects, including costs incurred prior to April 1, 2004, and which may include, but not be limited to, projects in the following schedule (30030450) ...................... 1,095,000,000 ................................. (re. $1,095,000,000)
Project Schedule AMOUNT -------------------------------------------- (thousands of dollars) Brooklyn College ................... 23,600 -West Quad Building City College ....................... 108,000 -Science Facility, provided however that subdivision (b) of section 6281 of the education law, as amended by chapter 1081 of the laws of 1969, shall apply to the dormitory authority and/or the city university construction fund, as the letting agency, unless, in its discretion, it deter- mines to utilize a project labor agreement for all work performed in the renovation of the Marshak science building, the city college science facility and the new science research center at City College, which means a prehire collective bargaining agreement between the agency and a labor organization estab- lishing the labor organ- ization as the collective bargaining representative for all persons who will perform work pursuant to all contracts for the construction, recon- struction, rehabilitation or improvement of facili- ties, and which provides that only contractors and subcontractors who sign a prenegotiated agreement with the labor organiza- tion can perform project work, when the record supporting the decision to enter into such an agree- ment establishes that it is justified by the inter- ests underlying the
competitive bidding laws -School of Architecture (Phase I) Hunter College ..................... 95,000 -Science Lab Building (Phase I) -Roosevelt House Rehabilitation -Visual and Performing Arts Complex John Jay College ................... 130,000 -Academic Facility (Phase II) Lehman College ..................... 60,000 -Science Facility New York City College of Technology ................. 86,000 -Academic Complex I Queens College ..................... 30,000 -Science Upgrades (Phase I), including $15 million in bond proceeds issued pursuant to a capital appropriation for Queens College in chapter 53 of the laws of 1998 Universitywide -For a science research center, excluding furni- ture and equipment which shall be secured from private or other non- state sources, provided however that subdivision (b) of section 6281 of the education law, as amended by chapter 1081 of the laws of 1969, shall apply to the dormitory authority and/or the city university construction fund, as the letting agency, unless, in its discretion, it deter- mines to utilize a project labor agreement for all work performed in the renovation of the Marshak science building, the city college science facility and the new science research center at City College, which means a prehire collective bargaining agreement between the agency and a labor organization estab- lishing the labor organ-
ization as the collective bargaining representative for all persons who will perform work pursuant to all contracts for the construction, recon- struction, rehabilitation or improvement of facili- ties, and which provides that only contractors and subcontractors who sign a prenegotiated agreement with the labor organiza- tion can perform project work, when the record supporting the decision to enter into such an agree- ment establishes that it is justified by the inter- ests underlying the competitive bidding laws............ 176,000 -For science laboratory upgrades............................ 7,000 -For condition survey- related health and safety projects ........................... 75,000 -For condition survey- related preservation of facilities projects................. 60,000 -For condition survey- related projects related to the americans with dis- abilities act....................... 13,000 -For asbestos abatement .............. 7,000 -For capital staff ................... 41,400 -For network infrastructure and telecommunications ............. 40,000 -For universitywide critical maintenance or capital im- provement costs for code compliance; emergencies; energy conservation; fire alarms, sprinklers, elec- trical distribution and heating and cooling system requirements; and other similar campuswide and systemwide needs, includ- ing Governors Island................ 143,000 ------------ Total .............................. 1,095,000 ============
By chapter 54, section 2, of the laws of 1990: Advance for alterations and improvements to various facilities includ- ing capital design, construction, acquisition, reconstruction, reha- bilitation, equipment costs, health and safety, preservation of facilities, new facilities, program improvements or program changes, environmental protection, energy conservation, accreditation, facil- ities for the physically disabled, related projects, including the payment of liabilities incurred prior to April 1, 1990 (306090C1) ... ..... 27,600,000 ............................ (re. $4,037,000) NEW FACILITIES (CCP) Capital Projects Fund New Facilities Purpose By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 1998: An advance for a new Phase II facility for John Jay College (30679807) ... 5,000,000 ..................................... (re. $5,000,000) Additional funds for an advance for a new Phase II facility for John Jay College (30679807) ... 347,300,000 .......... (re. $347,300,000) COMMUNITY COLLEGES GENERAL MAINTENANCE AND IMPROVEMENTS (CCP) Capital Projects Fund Administration Purpose By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2008: State financial assistance to community colleges for alterations and improvements to various facilities for minor rehabilitation, includ- ing but not limited to capital design, construction, acquisition, reconstruction, rehabilitation, and equipment; for health and safe- ty, preservation of facilities, program improvement or program change, environmental protection, energy conservation, accredi- tation, facilities for the physically disabled, preventative mainte- nance and related projects, including costs incurred prior to April 1, 2008, and subject to a plan submitted annually by the city university of New York and approved by the director of the budget (30110850) ... 2,750,000 .......................... (re. $2,750,000) By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2003: State financial assistance to community colleges for alterations and improvements to various facilities including services and expenses, capital design, construction, acquisition, reconstruction, rehabili- tation and equipment; for health and safety, preservation of facili- ties, new facilities, program improvement or program change, envi- ronmental protection, energy conservation, accreditation, facilities for the physically disabled, preventive maintenance and related projects, including costs incurred prior to April 1, 2003, and
subject to a plan submitted annually by the city university of New York and approved by the state director of the budget (30020350) ... 5,000,000 ......................................... (re. $5,000,000) By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 1998, as amended by chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 1999, for: State financial assistance to community colleges for alterations and improvements to various facilities including capital design, construction, acquisition, reconstruction, rehabilitation and equip- ment; for health and safety, preservation of facilities, new facili- ties, program improvements or program change, environmental protection, energy conservation, accreditation, facilities for the physically disabled, and related projects (301198C1) ............... 4,840,000 ......................................... (re. $4,840,000) State financial assistance for alterations and improvements to the Main Theatre at LaGuardia Community College (301198C1) ............. 160,000 ............................................. (re. $160,000) By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 1997: State financial assistance to community colleges for alterations and improvements to various facilities including capital design, construction, acquisition, reconstruction, rehabilitation and equip- ment; for health and safety, preservation of facilities, new facili- ties, program improvement or program change, environmental protection, energy conservation, accreditation, facilities for the physically disabled, and related projects (301197C1) ............... 500,000 .............................................. (re. $93,000) By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 1996, for: State financial assistance to community colleges for alterations and improvements to various facilities including capital design, construction, acquisition, reconstruction, rehabilitation and equip- ment; for health and safety, preservation of facilities, new facili- ties, program improvement or program change, environmental protection, energy conservation, accreditation, facilities for the physically disabled, and related projects (301596C1) ............... 2,340,000 ......................................... (re. $2,065,000) Program Improvement or Program Change Purpose By chapter 54, section 1, of the laws of 1995, for: State financial assistance to community colleges for the research and technology equipment initiative. Release of funds for this program will be contingent upon the availability of a match from non-state sources and upon approval of a plan submitted by the City University and approved by the director of the budget of the state of New York (30389508) ... ..... 1,000,000 .................... (re. $257,000) State financial assistance to community colleges, and Medgar Evers College pursuant to section 6221 of the education law, for alter- ations and improvements to child care facilities (30089508) ........ 570,000 ............................................. (re. $414,000)
(APPROPRIATED TO DORMITORY AUTHORITY) COMMUNITY COLLEGES GENERAL MAINTENANCE AND IMPROVEMENTS (CCP) Capital Projects Fund Administration Purpose By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2008, as amended by chapter 496, section 1, of the laws of 2008: Advances for alterations and improvements to various facilities for capital critical maintenance and strategic initiatives, including but not limited to capital design, construction, acquisition, recon- struction, rehabilitation, and equipment; for health and safety, preservation of facilities, new facilities, program improvement or program change, environmental protection, energy conservation, accreditation, facilities for the physically disabled, preventative maintenance and related projects, including costs incurred prior to April 1, 2008, and subject to a plan developed and submitted annual- ly by the city university of New York and approved by the director of the budget, and which may include, but not be limited to, projects in the following schedule (30090850) ...................... 206,908,000 ..................................... (re. $206,908,000) Project Schedule ESTIMATED ESTIMATED TOTAL STATE 50 PERCENT & LOCAL SHARE STATE SHARE ---------------------------------------------------------- (thousands of dollars) Borough of Manhattan Community College Fiterman Hall ................... 102,200 51,100 Bronx Community College North Instructional Building ..... 24,762 12,381 Backflow Prevention Devices ....... 3,400 1,700 Campus-wide Roof Replacement ...... 1,932 966 Hostos Community College 500 Grand Concourse .............. 18,446 9,223 Kingsborough Community College Laboratories and Mechanical Infrastructure Upgrade Phase I .... 5,000 2,500 Medgar Evers College Academic Building I ............... 68,346 34,173 Carroll Street Building ........... 12,000 6,000
University-wide CUNY ERP (CUNY FIRST) ............. 27,600 13,800 Project Administration ............ 15,430 7,715 For university-wide critical main- tenance or capital improvement costs at community colleges attributable to the findings of condition surveys for health and safety needs .................. 35,000 17,500 For university-wide critical main- tenance or capital improvement costs at community colleges attributable to the findings of condition surveys for preservation of facilities needs .. 35,000 17,500 For university-wide critical main- tenance or capital improvement costs at community colleges attributable to ADA needs ......... 15,000 7,500 For university-wide critical main- tenance or capital improvement costs at community colleges attributable to certificate of occupancy/public assembly needs ... 18,000 9,000 For university-wide critical main- tenance or capital improvement costs at community colleges attributable to energy conservation needs ................ 18,000 9,000 For university-wide critical main- tenance or capital improvement costs at community colleges attributable to science lab upgrade needs ...................... 7,200 3,600 For university-wide critical main- tenance or capital improvement costs at community colleges attributable to educational technology initiative needs ........ 4,000 2,000 For university-wide critical main- tenance or capital improvement costs at community colleges attributable to athletic facilities upgrade needs ........... 2,500 1,250
------------ ------------ Total ........................... 413,816 206,908 ============ ============ By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2007: An advance for state financial assistance to community colleges for alterations and improvements to various facilities including services and expenses, capital design, construction, acquisition, reconstruction, rehabilitation and equipment; for health and safety, preservation of facilities, new facilities, program improvement or program change, environmental protection, energy conservation, accreditation, facilities for the physically disabled, and related projects, including costs incurred prior to April 1, 2007 subject to an annual plan developed by the city university and approved by the state director of the budget which shall include projects in the following schedule (30660750) ... 40,800,000 ..... (re. $40,800,000) Project Schedule ESTIMATED ESTIMATED TOTAL STATE 50 PERCENT & LOCAL SHARE STATE SHARE ---------------------------------------------------------- (thousands of dollars) Borough of Manhattan Community College Fiterman Hall Replacement ......... 40,000 20,000 Bronx Community College Mechanical Systems Upgrades ........ 1,800 900 Medgar Evers Academic Building I ............... 22,000 11,000 For University-wide critical maintenance or capital im- provement costs at community colleges attributable to the findings of condition sur- veys for health and safety needs .............................. 4,800 2,400 For university-wide critical maintenance or capital im- provement costs at community colleges attributable to the findings of condition sur- veys for preservation of facilities needs ................... 3,000 1,500 For university-wide critical maintenance or capital im- provement costs at community
colleges to correct defic- iencies in the mechanical, electrical and plumbing infrastructure .................... 10,000 5,000 ------- ------ Total ............................. 81,600 40,800 ======= ======= By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2006: An advance for state financial assistance to community colleges for alterations and improvements to various facilities including services and expenses, capital design, construction, acquisition, reconstruction, rehabilitation and equipment; for health and safety, preservation of facilities, new facilities, program improvement or program change, environmental protection, energy conservation, accreditation, facilities for the physically disabled, and related projects, including costs incurred prior to April 1, 2006 subject to an annual plan developed by the city university which shall include projects in the following schedule (30660650) ...................... 8,769,000 ......................................... (re. $8,769,000) Project Schedule ESTIMATED ESTIMATED TOTAL STATE 50 PERCENT & LOCAL SHARE STATE SHARE ---------------------------------------------------------- (thousands of dollars) Medgar Evers College Theater ........................... 3,450 1,725 Auditorium ....................... 14,088 7,044 ------- ------ Total ............................ 17,538 8,769 ======= ======= By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2006, as amended by chapter 108, section 2, of the laws of 2006: Additional advance for state financial assistance to community colleges for alterations and improvements to various facilities including capital design, construction, acquisition, reconstruction, rehabilitation, equipment and personal service costs; for health and safety, preservation of facilities, new facilities, program improve- ment or program change, environmental protection, energy conserva- tion, accreditation, facilities for the physically disabled and related projects including costs incurred prior to April 1, 2006 (30660650) ... 66,580,000 ........................ (re. $66,580,000)
Project Schedule ESTIMATED ESTIMATED TOTAL STATE 50 PERCENT & LOCAL SHARE STATE SHARE ---------------------------------------------------------- (thousands of dollars) Borough of Manhattan Community College Fitterman Hall Replacement ....... 15,000 7,500 Chambers Street Renovations Phase II ......................... 14,000 7,000 Bronx Community College Mechanical System Upgrades ........ 6,000 3,000 Hostos Community College Renovations in 475 Grand Concourse 6,000 3,000 Kings Borough Community College Air conditioning T5 ................. 218 109 Renovation of former auditorium T2 building as learning resource center ............................ 2,000 1,000 Air conditioning T4 ................. 942 471 Mechanical System Upgrades ........ 6,000 3,000 Laguardia Community College Renovations of Center 3 .......... 14,000 7,000 Acquisition and Renovation of an Additional Educational Building ......................... 55,000 27,500 Medgar Evers Academic I ........................ 8,000 4,000 Queensborough Community College Renovation of Science Building .... 6,000 3,000 -------- -------- Total ......................... 133,160 66,580 ======== ======== By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2005: An advance for state financial assistance to community colleges for the replacement of Fiterman Hall at the Borough of Manhattan Commu- nity College including costs incurred prior to April 1, 2005, and subject to a plan developed and submitted annually by the city university and approved by the state director of the budget. Notwithstanding subdivision (b) of section 6281 of the education law, as amended by chapter 1081 of the laws of 1969, the dormitory authority and/or the city university construction fund, as the letting agency, may, in its discretion, award one contract for all the work to be performed in the acquisition, construction, recon- struction, rehabilitation or improvement of Fiterman Hall without separate and independent bidding or letting or subdivision of work to be performed (30570550) ... 20,000,000 ........ (re. $20,000,000)
By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2005, as amended by chapter 62, section 3, of the laws of 2005: An advance for state financial assistance to community colleges for alterations and improvements to various facilities including services and expenses, capital design, construction, acquisition, reconstruction, rehabilitation and equipment; for health and safety, preservation of facilities, new facilities, program improvement or program change, environmental protection, energy conservation, accreditation, facilities for the physically disabled, and related projects, including costs incurred prior to April 1, 2005 subject to an annual plan developed by the city university which shall include projects in the following schedule (30590550) ...................... 105,849,000 ..................................... (re. $105,849,000) Project Schedule ESTIMATED ESTIMATED TOTAL STATE 50 PERCENT & LOCAL SHARE STATE SHARE ---------------------------------------------------------- (thousands of dollars) Queensborough Community College Holocaust Resource Center ......... 3,000 1,500 Instruction Building Planning and Design Costs .................. 4,948 2,474 Upgrade Campus Wide Electric System ............................ 1,000 500 Upgrade Campus Wide Drainage System ............................ 1,000 500 Kingsborough Community College Roof Replacement .................. 3,000 1,500 Additional Roof Replacement ....... 3,000 1,500 Fire Alarm Rehab .................. 6,256 3,128 Gymnasium ......................... 6,060 3,030 Marine/Academic Center ............ 5,050 2,525 Primary Arts Center ................. 850 425 Hostos Community College 475 Grand Concourse Renovation .... 4,948 2,474 Site Acquisition .................... 750 375 LaGuardia Community College Center 3 Renovations, Phase II .... 5,346 2,673 Department of Humanities Renovation ....................... 17,012 8,506 Department of Computer Information Systems .......................... 21,000 10,500 Medgar Evers College Athletic Fields ................... 1,960 980 Bronx Community College North Instructional Building ..... 60,962 30,481 Mechanical Systems & Infrastructure Upgrade Phase 1 .... 4,074 2,037
Borough Manhattan Community College Training Program for Emergency First Response ................... 21,400 10,700 North campus building ............. 2,000 1,000 Chambers Street Renovation Phase II ................................ 5,506 2,753 Universitywide For condition assessment: Health and Safety ........................ 9,762 4,881 For condition assessment: Facilities Preservation ........... 3,994 1,997 For condition assessment: ADA ..... 3,820 1,910 For construction, acquisition, renovation or rehabilitation of facilities including equipment and other necessary incidental costs related to the CUNY Incubator Network .......................... 15,000 7,500 ------- ------- Total ......................... 211,698 105,849 ======= ======= By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2003: An advance for state financial assistance to community colleges for alterations and improvements to various facilities including services and expenses, capital design, construction, acquisition, reconstruction, rehabilitation and equipment; for health and safety, preservation of facilities, new facilities, program improvement or program change, environmental protection, energy conservation, accreditation, facilities for the physically disabled, and related projects, including costs incurred prior to April 1, 2003, subject to an annual plan developed by the city university and approved by the state director of the budget, and which may include, but not be limited to, projects in the following schedule (30050350) .......... 50,000,000 ....................................... (re. $50,000,000) Project Schedule AMOUNT -------------------------------------------- (thousands of dollars) Medgar Evers College ............. 19,400 -Academic Building I University-wide .................. 30,600 -For university-wide critical maintenance or capital im- provement costs attributable to the findings of condition surveys for health and safety, preservation of facilities and access for the physically dis- abled; code compliance; asbes- tos removal; emergencies; en-
ergy conservation needs; fire alarms, sprinklers, electrical distribution and heating and cooling system requirements; and other similar campus-wide and system-wide needs ------------ Total ........................ 50,000 ============ By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 1998, as amended by chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2008: An advance for state financial assistance to community colleges for alterations and improvements to various facilities including capital design, construction, acquisition, reconstruction, rehabilitation and equipment; for health and safety, preservation of facilities, new facilities, program improvement or program change, environmental protection, energy conservation, accreditation, facilities for the physically disabled, and related projects according to the following project schedule (303198C1) ... 109,700,000 ..... (re. $109,700,000) Project Schedule AMOUNT -------------------------------------------- (thousands of dollars) For payment of up to one- half of the total capital costs for community colleges for health and safety projects based on the results of building condition surveys ............... 1,500 For payment of up to one- half of the total capital costs for community colleges for asbestos removal and abatement ........... 1,000 For payment of up to one- half of the total capital costs for community colleges for preservation of facilities projects based on the results of building condition surveys ...... 2,000 For payment of up to one- half of the total capital costs for community colleges for making facilities accessible to the physically disabled based on the results of building condition surveys ............... 1,000
For payment of up to one- half of the total capital costs for community colleges for the telecommunications initiative ... 2,000 For payment of up to one- half of the total capital costs for community colleges for energy conservation .................... 1,000 For payment of up to one- half of the total capital costs for community colleges for the educational technology equipment initiative ............ 1,500 An additional advance for state financial assistance to community colleges for alterations and improvements to various facilities including capital design, construction, acquisition, reconstruction, rehabilitation and equipment; for health and safety, preservation of facilities, new facilities, program improvement or program change, environ- mental protection, energy conservation, accredita- tion, facilities for the physically disabled, and related projects according to the following project schedule (303198C1) ............ 99,700 -------------- Total ......................... 109,700 ============== Preservation of Facilities Purpose By chapter 54, section 2, of the laws of 1994: An advance for payment of one-half of the total capital costs for community colleges for preservation of facilities (30839403) ....... 6,909,000 ......................................... (re. $6,909,000)
For payment according to the following schedule, net of disallowances, refunds, reimbursements and credits: APPROPRIATIONS REAPPROPRIATIONS General Fund - State and Local ..... 19,006,390,000 417,960,780 Special Revenue Funds - Federal .... 7,244,390,000 7,968,331,000 Special Revenue Funds - Other ...... 6,316,779,000 31,053 000 Capital Projects Funds ............. 20,800,000 121,586,000 Internal Service Funds ............. 31,563,000 0 ---------------- ---------------- All Funds ........................ 32,619,922,000 8,538,930,780 ================ ================ AGENCY BUDGET SUMMARY OF NEW APPROPRIATIONS State Aid to Capital Fund Type Operations Localities Projects Total ------------ -------------- -------------- -------------- -------------- GF-St/Local 42,564,000 18,966,826,000 0 19,006,390,000 SR-Federal 367,185,000 6,877,205,000 0 7,244,390,000 SR-Other 150,300,000 6,162,479,000 0 6,316,779,000 Cap Proj 0 0 20,800,000 20,800,000 Internal Srv 31,563,000 0 0 31,563,000 -------------- -------------- -------------- -------------- All Funds 587,625,000 32,003,510,000 20,800,000 32,619,922,000 ============== ============== ============== ============== SCHEDULE OFFICE OF MANAGEMENT SERVICES PROGRAM ....................... 62,852,000 -------------- General Fund / State Operations State Purposes Account - 003 PERSONAL SERVICE Personal service--regular ...................... 7,021,000 Temporary service ................................ 130,000 Holiday/overtime compensation .................... 130,000 -------------- Amount available for personal service ........ 7,281,000 -------------- NONPERSONAL SERVICE Supplies and materials ........................... 226,000 Travel ........................................... 114,000 Contractual services ........................... 1,588,000 Equipment ........................................ 793,000 Fringe benefits ................................ 1,631,000
-------------- Amount available for nonpersonal service ..... 4,352,000 -------------- Program account subtotal .................. 11,633,000 -------------- Special Revenue Funds - Other / State Operations Combined Gifts, Grants and Bequests Fund - 020 Grants Account For services and expenses related to the administration of funds paid to the educa- tion department from private foundations, corporations and individuals and from public or private funds received as payment in lieu of honorarium for services rendered by employees which are related to such employees' official duties or respon- sibilities. PERSONAL SERVICE Personal service--regular ........................ 284,000 -------------- NONPERSONAL SERVICE Supplies and materials ............................ 40,000 Travel ........................................... 234,000 Contractual services ........................... 1,663,000 Equipment ........................................ 141,000 Fringe benefits .................................. 124,000 -------------- Amount available for nonpersonal service ..... 2,202,000 -------------- Program account subtotal ................... 2,486,000 -------------- Special Revenue Funds - Other / Aid to Localities Combined Gifts, Grants and Bequests Fund - 020 Grants Account For services and expenses related to the administration of funds, including grants to local recipients, paid to the education department from private foundations, corporations and individuals and from public or private funds received as payment in lieu of honorarium for services rendered by employees which are related to such employees' official duties or respon- sibilities ................................... 5,214,000
-------------- Program account subtotal ................... 5,214,000 -------------- Special Revenue Funds - Other / State Operations Miscellaneous Special Revenue Fund - 339 Indirect Cost Recovery Account For services and expenses related to the administration of special revenue funds - other, special revenue funds - federal and internal service funds and for services provided to other state agencies, govern- mental bodies and other entities. PERSONAL SERVICE Personal service--regular ..................... 13,188,000 Temporary service ................................ 224,000 Holiday/overtime compensation .................... 447,000 -------------- Amount available for personal service ....... 13,859,000 -------------- NONPERSONAL SERVICE Supplies and materials ........................... 570,000 Travel ........................................... 123,000 Contractual services ........................... 3,462,000 Equipment ........................................ 491,000 Fringe benefits ................................ 6,100,000 -------------- Amount available for nonpersonal service .... 10,746,000 -------------- Program account subtotal .................. 24,605,000 -------------- Internal Service Funds / State Operations Miscellaneous Internal Service Fund - 334 Automation and Printing Chargeback Account For services and expenses associated with centralized electronic data processing and printing. PERSONAL SERVICE Personal service--regular ..................... 10,056,000 Holiday/overtime compensation .................... 175,000 -------------- Amount available for personal service ....... 10,231,000 --------------
NONPERSONAL SERVICE Supplies and materials ......................... 1,505,000 Contractual services ........................... 1,832,000 Equipment ........................................ 348,000 Fringe benefits ................................ 4,998,000 -------------- Amount available for nonpersonal service ..... 8,683,000 -------------- Program account subtotal .................. 18,914,000 -------------- ELEMENTARY, MIDDLE, SECONDARY AND CONTINUING EDUCATION PROGRAM ............................................... 27,358,792,000 -------------- General Fund / State Operations State Purposes Account - 003 For services and expenses of the elementary, middle, secondary and continuing education program, including but not limited to the summer school of the arts, provided that $10,000,000 of this amount shall be made available for accountability activities including but not limited to the develop- ment of performance metrics and school standards of excellence, provided further that expenditure of such $10,000,000 shall be pursuant to a plan developed by the commissioner of education and approved by the director of the budget. PERSONAL SERVICE Personal service--regular ..................... 13,585,000 Temporary service ................................ 578,000 Holiday/overtime compensation .................... 144,000 -------------- Amount available for personal service ....... 14,307,000 -------------- NONPERSONAL SERVICE Supplies and materials ........................... 140,000 Travel ........................................... 130,000 Contractual services ........................... 8,140,000 Equipment ........................................ 236,000 -------------- Amount available for nonpersonal service ..... 8,646,000 --------------
Program account subtotal .................. 22,953,000 -------------- Special Revenue Funds - Other/State Operations Miscellaneous Special Revenue Fund - 339 Education Assessment Account For additional Services and expenses of the elementary, middle, secondary and continu- ing education program relating to state assessments, including up to $1,000,000 for the state high school equivalency diploma examination. Additional amount available for nonpersonal service ...................................... 4,000,000 -------------- Program Account Subtotal ................... 4,000,000 -------------- General Fund / Aid to Localities Local Assistance Account - 001 For general support for public schools, provided, however, that notwithstanding any provision of law to the contrary, the commissioner shall reduce payments due to each district for the 2010-11 state fiscal year pursuant to section 3609 -a of the education law by an amount based on the gap elimination adjustment for 2010-2011 school year computed for such district, where the positive difference, if any, of such amount less any other gap elimination adjustment enacted pursuant to a chapter of the laws of 2010 shall be deducted from moneys apportioned for the purposes of payments made for the 2010-11 school year pursuant to section 3609 -a of the educa- tion law, and provided further that the commissioner shall compute such gap elimi- nation adjustment and shall provide a schedule of such reduction in payments to the state comptroller, the director of the budget, the chair of the senate finance committee and the chair of the assembly ways and means committee, where the gap elimination adjustment for 2010-11 school year shall be based on data used by the commissioner for the purposes of producing a school aid computer listing in support of the executive budget proposal for the 2010-11 school year and entitled
"BT101-1", and the gap elimination adjust- ment for a district shall equal (A) the district's percentage reduction, provided, however, that in the case of a district with a tax effort ratio greater than three and five-tenths percent (0.035) and a combined wealth ratio for total foundation aid that is less than four (4.0), the gap elimination adjustment for a district shall equal the lesser of the percentage reduction and the tax effort reduction, and further provided, (B) in the case of a district determined to be a high need school district pursuant to clause (c) of subparagraph 2 of paragraph c of subdivi- sion 6 of section 3602 of the education law for the school aid computer listing produced by the commissioner in support of the enacted budget for the 2007-08 school year and entitled "SA0708", the gap elimi- nation adjustment for a district shall equal the lesser of the TGFE check and the gap elimination adjustment selected pursu- ant to subclause (A) of this appropri- ation, and further provided that in the case of a school district, other than a city school district of a city having a population in excess of 125,000, with an administrative efficiency ratio of less than two percent (0.02), the gap elimi- nation adjustment shall be reduced by an amount equal to the administrative effi- ciency offset, where (i) the percentage reduction shall be the sum of (A) the product of the total aid for adjustment, multiplied by five and five-tenths percent (0.055), and (B) the product of $3,121.00 multiplied by the reduction factor, multi- plied by the public school district enrollment for the base year computed pursuant to subparagraph 2 of paragraph n of subdivision 1 of section 3602 of the education law, provided, however, that such percentage reduction shall not be less than the product of eight percent (0.08) multiplied by such total aid for adjustment, and not more than the product of twenty-one percent (0.21) multiplied by such total aid for adjustment, and (ii) the tax effort reduction shall be the product of the total aid for adjustment, multiplied by the quotient of twenty-one
percent (0.21) divided by the quotient of the tax effort ratio divided by three and five-tenths percent (0.035), provided, however, that such tax effort reduction shall not be less than the product of ten percent (0.10) multiplied by such total aid for adjustment, and not more than the product of twenty-one percent (0.21) multiplied by such total aid for adjust- ment, and (iii) the TGFE check shall be the product of the TGFE percentage and the total general fund expenditures of such district in the base year, and (iv) the administrative efficiency offset shall be the product of $80.00, multiplied by the state sharing ratio, multiplied by the total aidable foundation pupil units, and the net gap elimination adjustment for a district shall equal the product of the gap elimination adjustment computed pursu- ant to this appropriation, multiplied by sixty-six and four hundred seventy-nine ten-thousandths percent (0.660479), and provided further that, (v) for the purposes of such computation, (A) "total aid for adjustment" shall mean the sum of the amounts set forth for each school district as "FOUNDATION AID", "FULL DAY K CONVERSION", "BOCES + SPECIAL SERVICES", "PUBLIC HIGH COST SPECIAL EDN", "PRIVATE SPECIAL EDUCATION", "HARDWARE & TECHNOLO- GY", "SOFTWARE, LIBRARY, TEXTBOOK", "TRANSPORTATION INCL SUMMER", "OPERATING REORG INCENTIVE", "CHARTER SCHOOL TRANSI- TIONAL", "ACADEMIC ENHANCEMENT", "HIGH TAX AID" AND "SUPPLEMENTAL PUB SPECIAL EDN" under the heading "2010-11 ESTIMATED AIDS" in the school aid computer listing produced by the commissioner in support of the executive budget proposal for the 2010-11 school year and entitled "BT101-1", and (B) "three-year average free and reduced price lunch percent" shall mean the quotient of (1) the sum of the number of pupils in kindergarten through grade six attending the public schools of the district who have applica- tions on file or who are listed on a direct certification letter confirming their eligibility for participation in the state and federally funded free and reduced price lunch program on the date
enrollment was counted in accordance with this subdivision for the year prior to the base year, plus such number of eligible applicants for the free and reduced price lunch program computed for the year two years prior to the base year, plus such number of eligible applicants for the free and reduced price lunch program computed for the year three years prior to the base year, divided by (2) the sum of the number of pupils in kindergarten through grade six on a regular enrollment register of a public school district on the date enroll- ment was counted in accordance with this subdivision for the year prior to the base year, plus such number of pupils in kindergarten through grade six on a regu- lar enrollment register of a public school district computed for the year two years prior to the base year, plus such number of pupils in kindergarten through grade six on a regular enrollment register of a public school district computed for the year three years prior to the base year, and (C) "total aidable foundation pupil units" shall mean the total aidable foun- dation pupil units computed pursuant to paragraph g of subdivision 2 of section 3602 of the education law, and (D) "combined wealth ratio for total founda- tion aid" shall mean the combined wealth ratio for total foundation aid computed pursuant to subparagraph 2 of paragraph c of subdivision 3 of section 3602 of the education law, and (E) "the state sharing ratio" shall mean the state sharing ratio computed for total foundation aid computed pursuant to paragraph g of subdivision 3 of section 3602 of the education law, but not less than ten percent (0.10), and (F) "tax effort ratio" shall mean the tax effort ratio computed pursuant to subpara- graph 3 of paragraph a of subdivision 16 of section 3602 of the education law, and (G) "reduction factor" shall mean the product of the positive remainder of one less the three-year average free and reduced price lunch percent, multiplied by the combined wealth ratio for total foun- dation aid, and (H) "administrative effi- ciency ratio" shall mean the quotient of the sum of the expenditures related to the
board of education, including expenditures for the board of education, the district clerk's office, the district meeting, auditing service, the treasurer's office, the tax collector's office, legal services and the school census, plus expenditures for central administration, including expenditures for the chief school officer, the business office, the purchasing office, the personnel office, the records management officer, public information and services and fees for fiscal agents, divided by the total expenditures charged by a district to the general, debt service, and special aid funds, excluding transfers from the general fund to the debt service and special aid funds, based on expenditures reported by the district for the school year two years prior to the base year, based on data on file for an electronic data file used to produce the school aid computer listing produced by the commissioner in support of the execu- tive budget request, and (I) "TGFE percentage" shall mean, for a school district which has a three-year average free and reduced price lunch percent greater than seventy-five percent (0.75) and which has an administrative efficiency ratio less than one and one-half percent (0.015), three and six-tenths percent (0.036) and for all other school districts, five percent (0.05) and provided further that, notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law, subject to the approval of the director of the budg- et, funds appropriated herein may be interchanged with any other item of appro- priation for general support for public schools within the general fund local assistance account elementary, middle, secondary and continuing education program. Notwithstanding any other law, rule or regu- lation to the contrary, funds appropriated herein shall be available for payment of financial assistance net of any disallow- ances, refunds, reimbursement and credits, and may be suballocated to other depart- ments and agencies to accomplish the intent of this appropriation subject to the approval of the director of the budg-
et. Notwithstanding any provision of law to the contrary, funds appropriated herein shall be available for payment of liabil- ities hereafter to accrue ............... 10,920,666,000 For additional general support for public schools for the 2010-11 school year ........ 419,060,000 For remaining 2009-10 and prior school year obligations provided that, notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law, subject to the approval of the director of the budget, funds appropriated herein may be interchanged with any other item of appro- priation for general support for public schools within the general fund local assistance account elementary, middle, secondary and continuing education program. Notwithstanding any other law, rule or regu- lation to the contrary, funds appropriated herein shall be available for payment of financial assistance net of any disallow- ances, refunds, reimbursement and credits, and may be suballocated to other depart- ments and agencies to accomplish the intent of this appropriation subject to the approval of the director of the budg- et. Notwithstanding any provision of law to the contrary, funds appropriated herein shall be available for payment of liabil- ities hereafter to accrue ................ 5,232,628,000 Funds appropriated herein shall be available for reimbursement for the education of homeless children and youth for the 2010- 11 school year pursuant to section 3209 of the education law provided that, including reimbursement for expenditures for the transportation of homeless children pursu- ant to paragraph b of subdivision 4 of section 3209 of the education law, up to the amount of the approved costs of the most cost-effective mode of transporta- tion, in accordance with a plan prepared by the commissioner of education and approved by the director of the budget, and provided further that the sum of $30,000 may be transferred to the credit of the state purposes account of the state education department to carry out the purposes of this section relating to reimbursement of youth shelters transport- ing such pupils provided that, notwith- standing any inconsistent provision of
law, subject to the approval of the direc- tor of the budget, funds appropriated herein may be interchanged with any other item of appropriation for general support for public schools within the general fund local assistance account elementary, middle, secondary and continuing education program. Notwithstanding any other law, rule or regu- lation to the contrary, funds appropriated herein shall be available for payment of financial assistance net of any disallow- ances, refunds, reimbursement and credits, and may be suballocated to other depart- ments and agencies to accomplish the intent of this appropriation subject to the approval of the director of the budg- et. Notwithstanding any provision of law to the contrary, funds appropriated herein shall be available for payment of liabil- ities hereafter to accrue .................... 6,458,000 Funds appropriated herein shall be available during the 2010-11 school year for bilin- gual education grants to school districts, boards of cooperative educational services, colleges and universities, and an entity, chosen through a competitive procurement process, to assist schools and districts to conduct self assessments to identify areas that need to be strength- ened and to ensure compliance with the various federal, state and local laws that govern limited English proficiency and English language learning education, provided, however, that the sum of such grants shall not exceed $12,500,000 for such school year, and provided further that of this amount, an amount not to exceed $1,000,000 shall be used to permit such school districts to implement or expand programs that replicate identified model schools and programs for English language learners that have been awarded or will be awarded through a competitive process, and provided further that, notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law, subject to the approval of the director of the budget, funds appropriated herein may be interchanged with any other item of appropriation for general support for public schools within the general fund local assistance account elementary,
middle, secondary and continuing education program. Notwithstanding any other law, rule or regu- lation to the contrary, funds appropriated herein shall be available for payment of financial assistance net of any disallow- ances, refunds, reimbursement and credits, and may be suballocated to other depart- ments and agencies to accomplish the intent of this appropriation subject to the approval of the director of the budg- et. Notwithstanding any provision of law to the contrary, funds appropriated herein shall be available for payment of liabil- ities hereafter to accrue .................... 8,750,000 Funds appropriated herein shall be available in the 2010-11 school year for school districts and boards of cooperative educa- tional services applications for funding of approved learning technology programs approved by the commissioner of education, including services benefiting nonpublic school students, pursuant to regulations promulgated by the commissioner of educa- tion and approved by the director of the budget. Provided, however, that the sum of such grants shall not exceed $3,285,000 provided that, notwithstanding any incon- sistent provision of law, subject to the approval of the director of the budget, funds appropriated herein may be inter- changed with any other item of appropri- ation for general support for public schools within the general fund local assistance account elementary, middle, secondary and continuing education program. Notwithstanding any other law, rule or regu- lation to the contrary, funds appropriated herein shall be available for payment of financial assistance net of any disallow- ances, refunds, reimbursement and credits, and may be suballocated to other depart- ments and agencies to accomplish the intent of this appropriation subject to the approval of the director of the budg- et. Notwithstanding any provision of law to the contrary, funds appropriated herein shall be available for payment of liabil- ities hereafter to accrue .................... 2,300,000 Funds appropriated herein shall be available for the voluntary interdistrict urban-su-
burban transfer program aid pursuant to subdivision 15 of section 3602 of the education law for the 2010-11 school year, provided that, notwithstanding any incon- sistent provision of law, subject to the approval of the director of the budget, funds appropriated herein may be inter- changed with any other item of appropri- ation for general support for public schools within the general fund local assistance account elementary, middle, secondary and continuing education program. Notwithstanding any other law, rule or regu- lation to the contrary, funds appropriated herein shall be available for payment of financial assistance net of any disallow- ances, refunds, reimbursement and credits, and may be suballocated to other depart- ments and agencies to accomplish the intent of this appropriation subject to the approval of the director of the budg- et. Notwithstanding any provision of law to the contrary, funds appropriated herein shall be available for payment of liabil- ities hereafter to accrue .................... 1,911,000 Funds appropriated herein shall be available for additional apportionments of building aid for school districts educating pupils residing on Indian reservations calculated pursuant to subdivision 6-a of section 3602 of the education law for the 2010-11 school year provided that, notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law, subject to the approval of the director of the budget, funds appropriated herein may be interchanged with any other item of appro- priation for general support for public schools within the general fund local assistance account elementary, middle, secondary and continuing education program. Notwithstanding any other law, rule or regu- lation to the contrary, funds appropriated herein shall be available for payment of financial assistance net of any disallow- ances, refunds, reimbursement and credits, and may be suballocated to other depart- ments and agencies to accomplish the intent of this appropriation subject to the approval of the director of the budg-
et. Notwithstanding any provision of law to the contrary, funds appropriated herein shall be available for payment of liabil- ities hereafter to accrue .................... 1,750,000 Funds appropriated herein shall be available during the 2010-11 school year for the education of youth incarcerated in county correctional facilities pursuant to subdi- vision 13 of section 3602 of the education law provided that, notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law, subject to the approval of the director of the budg- et, funds appropriated herein may be interchanged with any other item of appro- priation for general support for public schools within the general fund local assistance account elementary, middle, secondary and continuing education program. Notwithstanding any other law, rule or regu- lation to the contrary, funds appropriated herein shall be available for payment of financial assistance net of any disallow- ances, refunds, reimbursement and credits, and may be suballocated to other depart- ments and agencies to accomplish the intent of this appropriation subject to the approval of the director of the budg- et. Notwithstanding any provision of law to the contrary, funds appropriated herein shall be available for payment of liabil- ities hereafter to accrue ................... 12,250,000 Funds appropriated herein shall be available for the 2010-11 school year for the educa- tion of students who reside in a school operated by the office of mental health or the office of mental retardation and developmental disabilities pursuant to subdivision 5 of section 3202 of the education law. Notwithstanding any incon- sistent provision of law, funds appropri- ated herein may be suballocated to other departments and agencies subject to the approval of the director of the budget to accomplish the intent of this appropri- ation provided that, notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law, subject to the approval of the director of the budg- et, funds appropriated herein may be interchanged with any other item of appro- priation for general support for public schools within the general fund local
assistance account elementary, middle, secondary and continuing education program. Notwithstanding any other law, rule or regu- lation to the contrary, funds appropriated herein shall be available for payment of financial assistance net of any disallow- ances, refunds, reimbursement and credits, and may be suballocated to other depart- ments and agencies to accomplish the intent of this appropriation subject to the approval of the director of the budg- et. Notwithstanding any provision of law to the contrary, funds appropriated herein shall be available for payment of liabil- ities hereafter to accrue ................... 48,300,000 Funds appropriated herein shall be available for building aid payable in the 2010-11 school year to special act school districts provided that, subject to the approval of the director of the budget, such funds may be used for payments to the dormitory authority on behalf of eligible special act school districts pursuant to chapter 737 of the laws of 1988 provided that, notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law, subject to the approval of the director of the budget, funds appropriated herein may be interchanged with any other item of appropriation for general support for public schools within the general fund local assistance account elementary, middle, secondary and continu- ing education program. Notwithstanding any other law, rule or regu- lation to the contrary, funds appropriated herein shall be available for payment of financial assistance net of any disallow- ances, refunds, reimbursement and credits, and may be suballocated to other depart- ments and agencies to accomplish the intent of this appropriation subject to the approval of the director of the budg- et. Notwithstanding any provision of law to the contrary, funds appropriated herein shall be available for payment of liabil- ities hereafter to accrue .................... 1,890,000 Funds appropriated herein shall be available for school bus driver training grants, provided that for aid payable in the 2010-11 school year, the commissioner of education shall allocate school bus driver
training grants, not to exceed $400,000, to school districts and boards of cooper- ative educational services pursuant to sections 3650-a, 3650-b and 3650-c of the education law, or for contracts directly with not-for-profit educational organiza- tions for the purposes of this appropri- ation provided that, notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law, subject to the approval of the director of the budg- et, funds appropriated herein may be interchanged with any other item of appro- priation for general support for public schools within the general fund local assistance account elementary, middle, secondary and continuing education program. Notwithstanding any other law, rule or regu- lation to the contrary, funds appropriated herein shall be available for payment of financial assistance net of any disallow- ances, refunds, reimbursement and credits, and may be suballocated to other depart- ments and agencies to accomplish the intent of this appropriation subject to the approval of the director of the budg- et. Notwithstanding any provision of law to the contrary, funds appropriated herein shall be available for payment of liabil- ities hereafter to accrue ...................... 280,000 Funds appropriated herein shall be available for services and expenses of a $6,000,000 special academic improvement grants program for the 2010-11 school year paya- ble pursuant to subdivision 11 of section 3641 of the education law, provided, however, that notwithstanding any provisions of law to the contrary, such funds shall be paid in accordance with a schedule developed by the commissioner of education and approved by the director of the budget provided that, notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law, subject to the approval of the director of the budget, funds appropriated herein may be interchanged with any other item of appro- priation for general support for public schools within the general fund local assistance account elementary, middle, secondary and continuing education program.
Notwithstanding any other law, rule or regu- lation to the contrary, funds appropriated herein shall be available for payment of financial assistance net of any disallow- ances, refunds, reimbursement and credits, and may be suballocated to other depart- ments and agencies to accomplish the intent of this appropriation subject to the approval of the director of the budg- et. Notwithstanding any provision of law to the contrary, funds appropriated herein shall be available for payment of liabil- ities hereafter to accrue .................... 4,200,000 For the education of Native Americans in the 2010-11 or prior school years. Funds appropriated herein shall be considered general support for public schools and shall be paid in accordance with a sched- ule developed by the commissioner of education and approved by the director of the budget. Notwithstanding any provision of law to the contrary, subject to the approval of the director of the budget, funds appropriated herein may be inter- changed with any other item of appropri- ation for general support for public schools within the general fund local assistance account elementary, middle, secondary and continuing education program. Notwithstanding any other law, rule or regu- lation to the contrary, funds appropriated herein shall be available for payment of financial assistance, net of any disallow- ances, refunds, reimbursements and cred- its, may be suballocated to other depart- ments and agencies to accomplish the intent of this appropriation subject to approval of the director of the budget. Notwithstanding any provision of law to the contrary, any funds appropriated here- in shall be available for payment of aid heretofore accrued or hereafter to accrue ... 24,500,000 For school health services grants to public schools totaling $13,840,000 for the 2010-11 school year; provided that, notwithstanding any provisions of law to the contrary, in addition to any other apportionment, such grants shall only be payable to any city school district in a city having a population in excess of 125,000, and less than 1,000,000 inhabit-
ants, and such district shall be eligible to receive the same amount it was eligible to receive for the 2009-10 school year. Funds appropriated herein shall be consid- ered general support for public schools and shall be paid in accordance with a schedule developed by the commissioner of education and approved by the director of the budget. Notwithstanding any provision of law to the contrary, subject to the approval of the director of the budget, funds appropriated herein may be interchanged with any other item of appropriation for general support for public schools within the general fund local assistance account elementary, middle, secondary and continuing education program. Notwithstanding any other law, rule or regulation to the contrary, funds appropriated herein shall be available for payment of financial assistance, net of any disallowances, refunds, reimbursements and credits, and funds appropriated herein shall be available for payment of aid hereafter to accrue .......................... 9,688,000 For remaining obligations for the 2009-10 school year or prior school years for support for boards of cooperative educa- tional services and for aid payable in the 2010-11 school year, for support for boards of cooperative educational services, provided that, to the extent required by federal law, each board of cooperative educational services receiving a payment pursuant to section 3609-d of the education law in the 2009-10 and 2010-11 school years shall be required to set aside from such payment an amount not less than the amount of state aid received pursuant to subdivision 5 of section 1950 of the education law in the base year that was attributable to cooperative services agreements (CO-SERs) for career education, as determined by the commissioner of education, and shall be required to use such amount to support career education programs in the current year. Notwithstanding any other law, rule or regu- lation to the contrary, funds appropriated herein shall be available for payment of financial assistance, net of any disallow- ances, refunds, reimbursements and cred-
its. Notwithstanding any provision of law to the contrary, funds appropriated herein shall be available for payment of liabil- ities heretofore accrued or hereafter to accrue, and funds appropriated herein may be interchanged with any other item of appropriation for general support for public schools within the general fund local assistance account elementary, middle, secondary and continuing education program .................................... 703,734,000 For the teachers of tomorrow awards to school districts for the 2010-11 school year in the amount of $25,000,000, provided that $5,000,000 of this total amount shall be made available for a program to be developed by the commission- er of education to attract qualified teachers that have received or will receive a transitional certificate and agree to teach mathematics or science in a low performing school, further provided that of this $5,000,000, a total of up to $500,000 shall be made available for demonstration programs in the Yonkers and Syracuse city school districts to increase the number of teachers in such districts who teach math, science and related areas and who have such a transitional certif- icate. Funds appropriated herein shall be consid- ered general support for public schools. Notwithstanding any provision of law to the contrary, funds appropriated herein may be interchanged with any other item of appropriation for general support for public schools within the general fund local assistance account elementary, middle, secondary and continuing education program. Notwithstanding any other law, rule or regu- lation to the contrary, funds appropriated herein shall be available for payment of financial assistance, net of any disallow- ances, refunds, reimbursements and cred- its, may be suballocated to other depart- ments and agencies to accomplish the intent of this appropriation subject to approval of the director of the budget. Notwithstanding any provision of law to the contrary, any funds appropriated here-
in shall be available for payment of aid heretofore accrued or hereafter to accrue ... 17,500,000 For payment of supplemental educational improvement grants totaling $17,500,000 for the 2010-11 school year. Funds appropriated herein shall be consid- ered general support for public schools and shall be apportioned pursuant to subdivision 12 of section 3602 of the education law. Notwithstanding any provision of law to the contrary, funds appropriated herein may be interchanged with any other item of appropriation for general support for public schools within the general fund local assistance account elementary, middle, secondary and continu- ing education program. Notwithstanding any other law, rule or regu- lation to the contrary, funds appropriated herein shall be available for payment of financial assistance, net of any disallow- ances, refunds, reimbursements and cred- its, may be suballocated to other depart- ments and agencies to accomplish the intent of this appropriation subject to approval of the director of the budget. Notwithstanding any provision of law to the contrary, any funds appropriated here- in shall be available for payment of aid heretofore accrued or hereafter to accrue ... 12,250,000 For payment of the city school district of the city of New York for academic achieve- ment grants totaling $1,200,000 for the 2010-11 school year. Funds appropriated herein shall be considered general support for public schools and shall be appor- tioned pursuant to subdivision 12 of section 3602 of the education law. Notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law, subject to the approval by the director of the budget, funds appropriated herein may be interchanged with any other item of appropriation for general support for public schools within the general fund local assistance account elementary, middle, secondary and continuing education program. Notwithstanding any other law, rule, or regulation to the contrary, funds appro- priated herein shall be available for payment of financial assistance net of any disallowances, refunds, reimbursement and
credits, and may be suballocated to other departments and agencies to accomplish the intent of this appropriation subject to the approval of the director of the budg- et. Notwithstanding any provision of law to the contrary, funds appropriated herein shall be available for payment of liabil- ities hereafter to accrue ...................... 840,000 For payment of employment preparation educa- tion aid for the 2009-10 school year pursuant to paragraph e of subdivision 11 of section 3602 of the education law. Notwithstanding any provision of law to the contrary, such funds are available for payment of aid heretofore accrued or here- after to accrue to school districts and may be suballocated, subject to the approval of the director of the budget, to other departments and agencies to accom- plish the intent of this appropriation and subject to the approval of the director of the budget, such funds shall be available to the department net of disallowances, refunds, reimbursements and credits. Funds appropriated herein shall be consid- ered general support for public schools. Notwithstanding any provision of law to the contrary, funds appropriated herein may be interchanged with any other item of appropriation for general support for public schools within the general fund local assistance account elementary, middle, secondary and continuing education program ..................................... 96,000,000 For payments to school districts required pursuant to section 3609-g of the educa- tion law to reimburse school districts for costs associated with the payment of the metropolitan commuter transportation mobility tax ................................ 60,000,000 For services and expenses of remaining obli- gations for the 2009-10 school year for support for the operation of targeted prekindergarten for those providers not eligible to receive funding pursuant to section 3602-e of the education law and for support for providers continuing to operate such programs in the 2010-11 school year. Such funds shall be expended pursuant to a plan developed by the commissioner of education and approved by the director of the budget ................... 1,303,000
For education of children of migrant workers for the 2010-11 school year ..................... 89,000 For grants to schools for programs involving literacy and basic education for public assistance recipients for the 2010-11 school year for those programs adminis- tered by the state education department ...... 1,843,000 For competitive grants for adult literacy/ education aid to public and private not- for-profit agencies, including but not limited to, 2 and 4 year colleges, commu- nity based organizations, libraries, and volunteer literacy organizations and institutions which meet quality standards promulgated by the commissioner of educa- tion to provide programs of basic litera- cy, high school equivalency, and English as a second language to persons 16 years of age or older for the 2010-11 school year ......................................... 4,293,000 For the school lunch and breakfast program. Funds for the school lunch and breakfast program shall be expended subject to the limitation of funds available and may be used to reimburse sponsors of non-profit school lunch, breakfast, or other school child feeding programs based upon the number of federally reimbursable break- fasts and lunches served to students under such program agreements entered into by the state education department and such sponsors, in accordance with an act of Congress entitled the "National School Lunch Act," P.L. 79-396, as amended, or the provisions of the "Child Nutrition Act of 1966," P.L. 89-642, as amended, in the case of school breakfast programs to reim- burse sponsors in excess of the federal rates of reimbursement. Notwithstanding any provision of law to the contrary, the moneys hereby appropriated, or so much thereof as may be necessary, are to be available for the purposes herein speci- fied for obligations heretofore accrued or hereafter to accrue for the school years beginning July 1, 2008, July 1, 2009 and July 1, 2010. Notwithstanding any law, rule or regulation to the contrary, the amount appropriated herein represents the maximum amount paya- ble during the 2010-11 state fiscal year
for state reimbursement for school lunch and breakfast programs ...................... 32,300,000 For nonpublic school aid payable in the 2010-11 state fiscal year. Notwithstanding any provision of law, rule or regulation to the contrary, the amount appropriated herein represents the maximum amount paya- ble during the 2010-11 state fiscal year .... 80,605,000 For aid payable for additional nonpublic school aid. Notwithstanding any inconsist- ent provision of law, funds appropriated herein shall be available for payment of aid heretofore accrued and hereafter to accrue provided that, notwithstanding any provision of law, rule or regulation to the contrary, the amount appropriated herein represents the maximum amount paya- ble during the 2010-11 state fiscal year .... 28,500,000 For academic intervention for nonpublic schools based on a plan to be developed by the commissioner of education and approved by the director of the budget .................. 922,000 For allowances to private schools for the blind and the deaf pursuant to article 85 of the education law, including state aid for blind and deaf pupils in certain institutions to be paid for the purposes provided under article 85 of the education law for the education of deaf children under 3 years of age, including transfers to the miscellaneous special revenue fund Rome school for the deaf account (339E6) pursuant to a plan to be developed by the commissioner and approved by the director of the budget. Notwithstanding any other inconsistent provisions of law, such funds appropriated herein shall be for the New York state pupils approved to attend such schools and whose admissions, attendance and termination therein is in accordance with rules and regulations of the commis- sioner of education. Of the amounts appropriated herein, up to $6,651,000 shall be used for debt service on capital construction projects financed through the state dormitory authority and $105,689,000 shall be available for allow- ances to schools for the blind and deaf. Funds appropriated herein for apportionment by the commissioner to private schools for the blind and deaf for services provided during the 2009-10 school year and there-
after may, in the first instance, be designated as the state share of moneys due to a private school for the blind and deaf pursuant to title XIX of the social security act, on account of school supportive health services provided to students with disabilities in special education programs pursuant to article 89 of the education law and to those pupils who are qualified handicapped persons as defined in the federal rehabilitation act of 1973, as amended. Such state share shall be assigned on behalf of private schools for the blind and deaf to the department of health, as provided herein; the amount designated as such nonfederal share may be suballocated by the commis- sioner to the department of health based on the monthly report of the commissioner of health to the commissioner. The amount to be assigned to the department of health, as determined by the commissioner of health, for any school shall not exceed the federal share of any moneys due to such school pursuant to title XIX. Moneys designated as state share moneys shall be paid to such private schools for the blind and deaf by the department of health based on the submission and approval of claims related to such school supportive health services, in the manner provided by law. Provided further that, notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law, upon disbursement of funds appropriated for additional allowances to private schools for the blind and deaf in the vocational and educational services for individuals with disabilities program special revenue funds-federal/aid to localities, funds appropriated herein shall be reduced in an amount equivalent to such disbursement and the portion of this appropriation so affected shall have no further force or effect. Such reduction in the general fund allowances to private schools for the blind and deaf shall be fully offset by the special revenue funds-federal/aid to localities funds appropriated for addi- tional allowances to private schools for the blind and deaf. Notwithstanding any provision of the law to the contrary, funds appropriated herein
shall be available for payment of liabil- ities heretofore accrued or hereafter to accrue and, subject to the approval of the director of the budget, such funds shall be available to the department net of disallowances, refunds, reimbursements and credits .................................... 112,340,000 For July and August programs for school-aged children with handicapping conditions pursuant to section 4408 of the education law, provided by private schools for the blind and deaf authorized by article 85 of the education law, pursuant to an allo- cation plan to be developed by the commis- sioner and approved by the director of the budget. Notwithstanding any provision of law to the contrary, funds appropriated herein may be interchanged with the gener- al fund appropriation for the private schools for the blind and deaf, local assistance account, subject to approval of the director of the budget. Notwithstand- ing any provision of law to the contrary, funds appropriated herein shall be avail- able for payment of liabilities heretofore accrued or hereafter to accrue and, subject to the approval of the director of the budget, such funds shall be available to the department net of disallowances, refunds, reimbursements and credits ......... 24,000,000 For July and August programs for school-aged children with handicapping conditions pursuant to section 4408 of the education law. Moneys appropriated herein shall be used as follows: (i) for remaining 2009-10 school year obligations and for obli- gations for school years prior to the 2009-10 school year provided, however, that of the amounts appropriated herein, payments for obligations for school years prior to the 2009-10 school year shall be limited to $50,000,000 (ii) for such purposes of subdivision 4 of section 3602 of the education law for schools operated under articles 87 and 88 of the education law. Provided, however, that notwithstand- ing any inconsistent provision of law to the contrary, that payment of eligible claims shall be payable in the order that such claims have been approved for payment by the commissioner of education, and provided further that no claim shall be
set aside for insufficiency of funds to make a complete payment, but shall be eligible for a partial payment in one year and shall retain its priority date status for subsequent appropriations designated for such purposes. Notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law to the contrary, funds appropriated herein for liabilities incurred by school districts shall only be available for liabilities incurred prior to July 1, 2010, and shall represent the maximum amount payable during the 2010-11 state fiscal year. Notwithstanding any provision of law to the contrary, funds appropriated herein shall be available for payment of liabil- ities heretofore accrued or hereafter to accrue and, subject to the approval of the director of the budget, such funds shall be available to the department net of disallowances, refunds, reimbursements and credits .................................... 188,200,000 For the state's share of the costs of the education of preschool children with disa- bilities pursuant to section 4410 of the education law. Notwithstanding any incon- sistent provision of law to the contrary, the amount appropriated herein in combina- tion with funds appropriated for such purpose in the Special Revenue Funds - Federal State Fiscal Stabilization Fund - Other Governmental Services account represents the maximum amount payable during the 2010-11 state fiscal year and shall support a state share of preschool handicapped education costs for the 2009- 10 school year limited to 59.5 percent of such total approved expenditures, and furthermore, notwithstanding any other provision of law, local claims for reimbursement of costs incurred prior to the 2008-09 school year and during the 2008-09 school year that have been approved for payment by the education department as of March 31, 2010 shall be the first claims paid from this appropri- ation. Notwithstanding any provision of law to the contrary, funds appropriated herein shall be available for payment of liabilities heretofore accrued or hereaft- er to accrue and, subject to the approval
of the director of the budget, such funds shall be available to the department net of disallowances, refunds, reimbursements and credits ................................ 619,900,000 For fiscal stabilization grants to public schools totaling $30,022,000 for the 2010-11 school year; provided that, notwithstanding any provisions of law to the contrary, the Ballston Spa central school district shall be eligible for aid in the amount of $162,000, the Buffalo city school district shall be eligible for aid in the amount of $1,103,000, the Delhi central school district shall be eligible for aid in the amount of $129,000, the New York city school district shall be eligi- ble for aid in the amount of $26,404,000, the Niagara Falls city school district shall be eligible for aid in the amount of $379,000, the Rochester city school district shall be eligible for aid in the amount of $1,362,000, the Troy city school district shall be eligible for aid in the amount of $207,000 and the Utica city school district shall be eligible for aid in the amount of $276,000 ................... 30,022,000 Notwithstanding any provision of law to the contrary, the funds appropriated herein, subject to an allocation plan developed by the commissioner of education and approved by the director of the budget, shall be available for the payment of prior year claims and/or fiscal stabilization grants for remaining payments for the 2009-10 school year and for payments prior to March 31, 2011 for the 2010-11 school year ............................................. 15,046,000 For services and expenses of the New York state center for school safety for the 2010-11 school year. Funds appropriated herein shall be used to operate a state- wide center and shall be subject to an expenditure plan approved by the director of the budget .................................. 466,000 For services and expenses of the health education program for the 2010-11 school year. Funds appropriated herein shall be available for health-related programs including, but not limited to, those providing instruction and supportive services in comprehensive health education and/or acquired immune deficiency syndrome
(AIDS) education. Of the amounts appropri- ated herein, $86,000 shall be available for the program previously operated as the school health demonstration program ............ 691,000 For competitive grants for the 2010-11 school year for extended day programs and school violence prevention programs pursu- ant to section 2814 of the education law provided, however, notwithstanding any inconsistent provisions of law, eligible entities receiving funds for extended day programs may include not-for-profit organ- izations working in collaboration with a public school or school district ............ 24,344,000 For services and expenses of the primary mental health project at the children's institute for the 2010-11 school year .......... 894,000 For aid payable for the 2010-11 school year for support of county vocational education and extension boards pursuant to section 1104 of the education law. Notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law, rule, or regulation, the amount of state reimbursement payable shall be based on annualized salaries and the amount appro- priated herein represents the maximum amount payable during the 2010-11 state fiscal year .................................... 932,000 For services and expenses of the center for autism and related disabilities at the state university of New York at Albany ......... 490,000 For services and expenses of the summer food program for the 2010-11 school year .......... 3,049,000 For services and expenses of the national board for professional teaching standards certification grant program for the 2010- 11 school year ................................. 490,000 Work Force Education. For partial reimburse- ment of services and expenses per contact hour of work force education conducted by the consortium for worker education (CWE), a private not-for-profit corporation located in the city of New York, offering programs approved by the commissioner of education that enable adults who are 21 years of age or older to obtain or retain employment or improve their work skills capacity to enhance their opportunities for increased earnings and advancement ...... 11,500,000 For services and expenses related to the development, implementation and operation of charter schools for the 2010-11 school
year including $1,733,375 for administrative/technical support services provided by the charter school institute of the state university of New York. This appropriation shall only be available for expenditure upon the approval of an expenditure plan by the director of the budget and funds appropriated herein shall be transferred to the miscellaneous special revenue fund - charter schools stimulus account ............................. 4,837,000 For services and expenses of a $490,000 2010-11 school year program for mentoring and tutoring based on model programs prov- en to be effective in producing outcomes that include, but are not limited to, improved graduation rates, provided that such services shall be provided to students in one or more city school districts located in a city having a popu- lation in excess of 125,000 and less than 1,000,000 inhabitants provided further that such program will be operated by a community based organization ................... 490,000 Less expenditure savings due to the with- holding of a portion of employment prepa- ration education aid due to the city of New York equal to the reimbursement costs of the work force education program from aid payable to such city school district payable on or after April 1, 2010; such moneys shall be credited to the elementa- ry, middle, secondary and continuing education general fund-local assistance account and which shall not exceed the amount appropriated herein ................ (11,500,000) Less federal funding in support of special education programs or other special needs programs. Such savings shall be appor- tioned to the elementary, middle, second- ary and continuing education program general fund - local assistance account appropriations within the various agency special education programs or other special needs programs to reduce appropri- ations based upon an allocation plan submitted by the commissioner of education and approved by the director of the budget ........................................... (62,910,000) -------------- Program account subtotal .............. 18,698,091,000 --------------
Special Revenue Funds - Federal / State Operations Federal USDA-Food and Nutrition Services Fund - 261 For administration of programs funded through the national school lunch act. Personal service ............................... 4,545,000 Nonpersonal service ............................ 2,197,000 Fringe benefits ................................ 1,905,000 Indirect costs ................................... 850,000 For transfer to the state education depart- ment's indirect cost recovery account (AH) in the miscellaneous special revenue fund ...... 754,000 -------------- Program fund subtotal ..................... 10,251,000 -------------- Special Revenue Funds - Federal / Aid to Localities Federal USDA-Food and Nutrition Services Fund - 261 For grants to schools and other eligible entities for programs funded through the national school lunch act .................. 798,045,000 -------------- Program fund subtotal .................... 798,045,000 -------------- Special Revenue Funds - Federal / State Operations Federal Health and Human Services Fund - 265 For the administration of federal grants for health education including HIV/AIDS educa- tion. Personal service ................................. 728,000 Nonpersonal service .............................. 200,000 Fringe benefits .................................. 370,000 Indirect costs .................................... 54,000 For transfer to the state education depart- ment's indirect cost recovery account (AH) in the miscellaneous special revenue fund ...... 110,000 -------------- Program fund subtotal ...................... 1,462,000 -------------- Special Revenue Funds - Federal / Aid to Localities Federal Health and Human Services Fund - 265 For grants to schools for specific programs .... 5,000,000 -------------- Program fund subtotal ...................... 5,000,000 --------------
Special Revenue Funds - Federal / State Operations Federal Department of Education Fund - 267 For the administration of federal grants pursuant to various federal laws includ- ing: elementary and secondary education act (ESEA); no child left behind act (NCLB); including title I improving the academic achievement of the disadvantaged; title II preparing, training, and recruit- ing high quality teachers and principals; title III language instruction for limited English proficient and immigrant students; title IV 21st century schools; title V promoting informed parental choice and innovative programs; title VI flexibility and accountability; Carl D. Perkins voca- tional and applied technology education act (VTEA) and workforce investment act. Personal service .............................. 59,425,000 Nonpersonal service ........................... 38,146,000 Fringe benefits ............................... 25,470,000 Indirect costs ................................. 4,713,000 For transfer to the state education depart- ment's indirect cost recovery account (AH) in the miscellaneous special revenue fund .... 8,996,000 -------------- Amount available ........................... 136,750,000 -------------- For the administration of various grants. Personal service ................................. 191,000 Nonpersonal service .............................. 115,000 Fringe benefits ................................... 94,000 Indirect costs .................................... 19,000 For transfer to the state education depart- ment's indirect cost recovery account (AH) in the miscellaneous special revenue fund ....... 41,000 -------------- Amount available ............................... 460,000 -------------- For administration of federal grants pursu- ant to the statewide data systems grant program provided under section 208 of the educational technical assistance act, as funded by the American recovery and rein- vestment act of 2009. Notwithstanding any other provision of law to the contrary, funds appropriated herein may be suballo- cated, subject to the approval of the director of the budget, to any state agen-
cy or department for the purposes of section 208 of the education technical assistance act as funded by the American recovery and reinvestment act of 2009. Funds appropriated herein shall be subject to all applicable reporting and account- ability requirements contained in such act. Nonpersonal service ........................... 10,000,000 -------------- For administration of federal grants pursu- ant to the title I of elementary and secondary education act, as funded by the American recovery and reinvestment act of 2009. Funds appropriated herein shall be subject to all applicable reporting and accountability requirements contained in such act. Nonpersonal service ............................ 1,000,000 -------------- For administration of federal school improvement grants pursuant to section 1003(g), of title I of the elementary and secondary education act, as funded by the American recovery and reinvestment act of 2009. Funds appropriated herein shall be subject to all applicable reporting and accountability requirements contained in such act. Nonpersonal service ........................... 14,000,000 -------------- For administration of federal grants pursu- ant to the education technology, II-D, of the elementary and secondary education act, as funded by the American recovery and reinvestment act of 2009. Funds appro- priated herein shall be subject to all applicable reporting and accountability requirements contained in such act. Nonpersonal service ............................ 2,800,000 -------------- Program fund subtotal .................... 165,010,000 -------------- Special Revenue Funds - Federal / Aid to Localities Federal Department of Education Fund - 267
For grants to schools for specific programs .... 3,747,000 For grants to schools for specific programs including, but not limited to, grants for purposes under title I of the elementary and secondary education act .............. 1,867,017,000 For grants to schools for purposes under part A of title I of the elementary and secondary education act as funded by the American recovery and reinvestment act of 2009. Funds appropriated herein shall be subject to all applicable reporting and accountability requirements contained in such act ................................... 454,000,000 For school improvement grants provided to title I of the elementary and secondary education act as funded by the American recovery and reinvestment act of 2009. Funds appropriated herein shall be subject to all applicable reporting and account- ability requirements contained in such act ............................................ 135,000,000 For additional services provided under title VII subtitle B of the McKinney-Vento home- less assistance act as funded by the Amer- ican recovery and reinvestments act of 2009. Funds appropriated herein shall be subject to all applicable reporting and accountability requirements contained in such act ..................................... 1,700,000 For grants to schools and other eligible entities for state grants for improving teacher quality pursuant to title II of the elementary and secondary education act and for state grants for teacher incentive pursuant to title V of the elementary and secondary education act .................... 272,401,000 For grants to schools and other eligible entities for a safe and drug free school program pursuant to title IV of the elementary and secondary education act ...... 28,815,000 For grants to schools and other eligible entities for vocational and adult educa- tion programs or any successor programs .... 117,282,000 For grants to schools and other eligible entities for educational technology state grants program pursuant to title II of the elementary and secondary education act ...... 65,000,000 For additional education technology grants to carry out part D of title II of the elementary and secondary education act of 1965 as funded by the American recovery
and reinvestment act of 2009. Funds appro- priated herein shall be subject to all applicable reporting and accountability requirements contained in such act .......... 28,000,000 For the purposes of the teacher incentive fund program as funded by the American recovery and reinvestment act of 2009. Funds appropriated herein shall be subject to all applicable reporting and accountability requirements contained in such act .................................... 20,000,000 -------------- Program fund subtotal .................. 2,992,962,000 -------------- Special Revenue Funds - Federal / Aid to Localities State Fiscal Stabilization Fund - 267 For support of elementary, secondary, and post-secondary education from the state fiscal stabilization fund-education fund as funded by the American recovery and reinvestment act of 2009. Notwithstanding any other provision of law to the contra- ry, of the amounts appropriated herein, up to a total of $89,050,000 may be suballo- cated or transferred, subject to the approval of the director of the budget, to the state university of New York and the city university of New York for operating expenses of community colleges of which $63,825,000 shall be available for subal- location or transfer to the state univer- sity of New York community college operat- ing assistance program and $25,225,000 shall be available for suballocation or transfer to the city university of New York community colleges program, and further provided that, notwithstanding any other provision of law to the contrary, funds shall be available for a gap elimi- nation adjustment restoration calculated as the positive difference of the gap elimination adjustment less the net gap elimination adjustment, both as computed pursuant to this act. Such apportionment shall be available to each school district for the 2010-11 school year in an amount equal to the product of seventy percent (0.70) multiplied by the gap elimination adjustment restoration on or after the effective date of this act and up to an
additional thirty percent (.30) of such apportionment on or after April 1, 2011. Funds appropriated herein shall be subject to all applicable reporting and account- ability requirements contained in such act ........................................ 843,000,000 For the purposes of the state fiscal stabilization fund-other governmental services fund as funded by the American recovery and reinvestment act of 2009. Funds appropriated hearin shall be subject to all applicable reporting and account- ability requirements contained in such act. Funds appropriated herein shall be available for the state's share of the costs of the education of preschool children with disa- bilities pursuant to section 4410 of the education law. Notwithstanding any incon- sistent provision of law to the contrary, the amount appropriated herein, in combi- nation with amounts appropriated for such purpose in the general fund-local assist- ance account, represents the maximum amount payable during the 2010-11 state fiscal year and shall support a state share of preschool handicapped education costs limited to 59.5 percent of such total approved expenditures. Notwith- standing any provision of law to the contrary, funds appropriated herein shall be available for payment of liabilities heretofore accrued or hereafter to accrue and, subject to the approval of the direc- tor of the budget, such funds shall be available to the department net of disal- lowances, refunds, reimbursements and credits .................................... 194,000,000 For the purposes of the state fiscal stabilization fund-other governmental services fund as funded by the American recovery and reinvestment act of 2009. Funds appropriated herein shall be subject to all applicable reporting and account- ability requirements contained in such act. Funds appropriated herein shall be available for services and expenses of the associ- ated with math and science high school for the 2010-11 school year in the amount of $1,382,000, provided that such funds shall be allocated equally among the same enti-
ties that received such program funding for the 2008-09 school year .................. 1,382,000 For the purposes of the state fiscal stabilization fund-other governmental services fund as funded by the American recovery and reinvestment act of 2009. Funds appropriated herein shall be subject to all applicable reporting and account- ability requirements contained in such act. Funds appropriated herein shall be available for payments of the $2,000,000 teacher mentor intern program for the 2010-11 school year .................................. 2,000,000 For the purposes of the state fiscal stabilization fund-other governmental services fund as funded by the American recovery and reinvestment act of 2009. Funds appropriated herein shall be subject to all applicable reporting and account- ability requirements contained in such act. Funds appropriated herein shall be available for educational services and expenses of the Syracuse city school district for the say yes to education program ................... 350,000 For the purposes of the state fiscal stabilization fund-state incentive grants as funded by the American recovery and reinvestment act of 2009. Notwithstanding any other provision of law to contrary, funds appropriated herein may be suballo- cated, subject to the approval of the director of the budget, to any state agen- cy or department for the purposes of the state fiscal stabilization fund-state incentive grants as funded by the American recovery and reinvestment act of 2009, provided further that, subject to the approval of the director of the budget, a portion of the funds appropriated herein, may be transferred to the credit of the state purposes account of the state educa- tion department to carry out the purposes of this section. Funds appropriated herein shall be subject to all applicable report- ing and accountability requirements contained in such act ...................... 750,000,000 -------------- Program fund subtotal .................. 1,790,732,000 --------------
Special Revenue Funds - Federal / Aid to Localities Federal Operating Grants Fund - 290 For grants to schools for specific programs .... 5,000,000 -------------- Program fund subtotal ...................... 5,000,000 -------------- Special Revenue Funds - Other / Aid to Localities Charter School Stimulus Fund - 054 Charter School Stimulus Account For services and expenses related to devel- opment, implementation and operation of charter schools, including facility costs and loans to authorized schools, and including funds available for transfer for the administrative/technical support services provided by the charter school institute of the state university of New York. This appropriation shall only be available for expenditure upon the approval of an expenditure plan by the director of the budget ...................... 20,000,000 -------------- Program account subtotal .................. 20,000,000 -------------- Special Revenue Funds - Other / Aid to Localities State Lottery Fund - 160 For general support for public schools ..... 2,040,980,000 For general support for public schools, June 2009-10 school year payment ................ 240,000,000 For allowances to private schools for the blind and deaf .................................. 20,000 For general support for public schools for the 2010-11 school year, for grants awarded pursuant to subparagraph 2-a of paragraph b of subdivision 4 of section 92-c of the state finance law .............. 562,000,000 -------------- Program fund subtotal .................. 2,843,000,000 -------------- Special Revenue Funds - Other / State Operations Miscellaneous Special Revenue Fund - 339 High School Equivalency Account For services and expenses related to the administration of general educational
development tests for the high school equivalency diploma. NONPERSONAL SERVICE Supplies and materials ............................. 3,000 Travel ............................................. 3,000 Contractual services ............................. 649,000 -------------- Program account subtotal ..................... 655,000 -------------- Special Revenue Funds - Other / State Operations Miscellaneous Special Revenue Fund - 339 Miscellaneous United States Department of Education Contracts Account For services and expenses of miscellaneous United States department of education contracts. NONPERSONAL SERVICE Contractual services ............................. 150,000 -------------- Program account subtotal ..................... 150,000 -------------- Special Revenue Funds - Other / State Operations Miscellaneous Special Revenue Fund - 339 Summer School of Arts Account For services and expenses of the summer school of the arts. Notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law, a portion of this appropriation may be suballocated to other state departments and agencies, as needed, to accomplish the intent of this appropriation. PERSONAL SERVICE Temporary service ................................. 88,000 -------------- NONPERSONAL SERVICE Supplies and materials ............................ 60,000 Travel ............................................ 45,000 Contractual services ........................... 1,273,000 Equipment ......................................... 15,000 --------------
Amount available for nonpersonal service ..... 1,393,000 -------------- Program account subtotal ................... 1,481,000 -------------- SCHOOL TAX RELIEF PROGRAM ................................ 3,273,000,000 -------------- Special Revenue Funds - Other / Aid to Localities School Tax Relief Fund - 053 For payments to local governments and New York city relating to the school tax relief (STAR) program including state aid pursuant to sections 1306-a of the real property tax law and section 54-f of the state finance law. Notwithstanding any provision of law to the contrary, a portion of this appropriation may be transferred, interchanged or suballocated to any fund and program in the department of taxation and finance to make payments for prior year liabilities associated with the middle class STAR rebate program ..... 3,200,000,000 For additional payments to local governments and New York city relating to the school tax relief (STAR) program ................... 73,000,000 -------------- SCHOOL FOR THE BLIND PROGRAM ................................ 10,060,000 -------------- Special Revenue Funds - Other / State Operations Combined Gifts, Grants and Bequests Fund - 020 NONPERSONAL SERVICE For services and expenses in fulfillment of donor bequests and gifts. Supplies and materials ............................ 18,400 Travel ............................................. 1,000 Contractual services .............................. 18,600 Equipment .......................................... 2,000 -------------- Program fund subtotal ......................... 40,000 -------------- Special Revenue Funds - Other / State Operations Miscellaneous Special Revenue Fund - 339 Batavia School for the Blind Account
For services and expenses related to the operation of the school for the blind. PERSONAL SERVICE Personal service--regular ...................... 5,004,000 Temporary service .............................. 1,008,000 Holiday/overtime compensation ..................... 49,000 -------------- Amount available for personal service ........ 6,061,000 -------------- NONPERSONAL SERVICE Supplies and materials ........................... 290,000 Travel ............................................. 9,000 Contractual services ............................. 724,000 Equipment ......................................... 97,000 Fringe benefits ................................ 2,632,000 Indirect costs ................................... 207,000 -------------- Amount available for nonpersonal service ..... 3,959,000 -------------- Program account subtotal .................. 10,020,000 -------------- SCHOOL FOR THE DEAF PROGRAM .................................. 9,661,000 -------------- Special Revenue Funds - Other / State Operations Combined Gifts, Grants and Bequests Fund - 020 NONPERSONAL SERVICE For services and expenses in fulfillment of donor bequests and gifts. Supplies and materials ............................. 1,000 Travel ............................................. 1,000 Contractual services .............................. 15,000 Equipment .......................................... 3,000 -------------- Program fund subtotal ......................... 20,000 -------------- Special Revenue Funds - Other / State Operations Miscellaneous Special Revenue Fund - 339 Rome School for the Deaf Account For services and expenses related to the operation of the school for the deaf.
PERSONAL SERVICE Personal service--regular ...................... 5,022,000 Temporary service ................................ 713,000 Holiday/overtime compensation ..................... 25,000 -------------- Amount available for personal service ........ 5,760,000 -------------- NONPERSONAL SERVICE Supplies and materials ........................... 276,000 Travel ............................................ 10,000 Contractual services ............................. 869,000 Equipment ......................................... 48,000 Fringe benefits ................................ 2,483,000 Indirect costs ................................... 195,000 -------------- Amount available for nonpersonal service ..... 3,881,000 -------------- Program account subtotal ................... 9,641,000 -------------- OFFICE OF HIGHER EDUCATION AND THE PROFESSIONS PROGRAM ..... 158,673,000 -------------- General Fund / State Operations State Purposes Account - 003 For services and expenses of the office of higher education and the professions program, including at least $3,800,000 for services and expenses related to tenured teacher hearings pursuant to section 3020-a of the education law. PERSONAL SERVICE Personal service--regular ...................... 3,128,000 Temporary service ................................. 20,000 Holiday/overtime compensation ...................... 1,000 -------------- Amount available for personal service ........ 3,149,000 -------------- NONPERSONAL SERVICE Supplies and materials ............................ 63,000 Travel ............................................ 63,000 Contractual services ........................... 4,038,000 Equipment ......................................... 63,000 --------------
Amount available for nonpersonal service ..... 4,227,000 -------------- Program account subtotal ................... 7,376,000 -------------- General Fund / Aid to Localities Local Assistance Account - 001 The moneys herein appropriated shall be available for higher and continuing educa- tion programs provided by independent colleges, universities and other organiza- tions approved by the state education department. For liberty partnerships program awards as prescribed by section 612 of the education law as added by chapter 425 of the laws of 1988. Notwithstanding any other section of law to the contrary, funding for such programs in the 2010-11 fiscal year shall be limited to the amount appropriated herein ...................................... 10,842,000 Unrestricted aid to independent colleges and universities, notwithstanding any other section of law to the contrary, aid other- wise due and payable in the 2010-11 fiscal year shall be limited to the amount appro- priated herein .............................. 39,032,000 For higher education opportunity program awards. Funds appropriated herein shall be used by independent colleges to expand opportunities for the educationally and economically disadvantaged at independent institutions of higher learning ............. 20,783,000 For postsecondary aid to Native Americans to fund awards to eligible students. Notwithstanding any other provision of law to the contrary, the amount herein made available shall constitute the state's entire obligation for all costs incurred under section 4118 of the education law in state fiscal year 2010-11 ...................... 598,000 For science and technology entry program (STEP) awards ................................ 9,774,000 For collegiate science and technology entry program (CSTEP) awards ....................... 7,406,000 For teacher opportunity corps program awards ................................................ 671,000 For state financial assistance to expand High Needs Nursing Programs at private colleges and universities in accordance with section 6401-a of the education law ....... 941,000
-------------- Program account subtotal .................. 90,047,000 -------------- Special Revenue Funds - Federal / State Operations Federal Department of Education Fund - 267 For administration of federal grants pursu- ant to various federal laws including Carl D. Perkins vocational and applied technol- ogy education act (VTEA) and the improving teacher quality program. Personal service ............................... 1,006,000 Nonpersonal service .............................. 128,000 Fringe benefits .................................. 406,000 Indirect costs .................................... 91,000 For transfer to the state education depart- ment's indirect cost recovery account (AH) in the miscellaneous special revenue fund ...... 140,000 -------------- Program fund subtotal ...................... 1,771,000 -------------- Special Revenue Funds - Federal / State Operations Federal Operating Grants Fund - 290 Federal Vocational Education Account For administration of federal grants pursu- ant to various federal laws including the national community service act and the transition to teaching program. Personal service ................................. 387,000 Nonpersonal service .............................. 549,000 Fringe benefits .................................. 156,000 Indirect costs .................................... 29,000 For transfer to the state education depart- ment's indirect cost recovery account (AH) in the miscellaneous special revenue fund ....... 60,000 -------------- Program account subtotal ................... 1,181,000 -------------- Special Revenue Funds - Other / State Operations Tuition Reimbursement Fund - 050 Tuition Reimbursement Account For reimbursement of tuition payments made by or on behalf of students at proprietary institutions registered or licensed pursu- ant to section 5001 of the education law,
including liabilities incurred prior to April 1, 2010. NONPERSONAL SERVICE Contractual services ........................... 1,509,000 -------------- Program account subtotal ................... 1,509,000 -------------- Special Revenue Funds - Other / State Operations Tuition Reimbursement Fund - 050 Vocational School Supervision Account For services and expenses for the super- vision of institutions registered pursuant to section 5001 of the education law, and for services and expenses of supervisory programs and payment of associated indi- rect costs and general state charges. PERSONAL SERVICE Personal service--regular ...................... 1,747,000 Holiday/overtime compensation ...................... 8,000 -------------- Amount available for personal service ........ 1,755,000 -------------- NONPERSONAL SERVICE Supplies and materials ............................ 12,000 Travel ............................................ 40,000 Contractual services ........................... 1,432,000 Equipment ......................................... 12,000 Fringe benefits .................................. 857,000 Indirect costs .................................... 57,000 -------------- Amount available for nonpersonal service ..... 2,410,000 -------------- Program account subtotal ................... 4,165,000 -------------- Special Revenue Funds - Other / State Operations Miscellaneous Special Revenue Fund - 339 Office of Professions Account For services and expenses related to licen- sure and disciplining programs for the professions, and foreign and out-of-state medical school evaluations.
PERSONAL SERVICE Personal service--regular ..................... 20,070,000 Temporary service ................................ 180,000 Holiday/overtime compensation .................... 170,000 -------------- Amount available for personal service ....... 20,420,000 -------------- NONPERSONAL SERVICE Supplies and materials ........................... 600,000 Travel ........................................... 600,000 Contractual services .......................... 12,692,000 Equipment ........................................ 600,000 Fringe benefits ................................ 9,328,000 Indirect costs ................................... 455,000 Department indirect costs ........................ 441,000 -------------- Amount available for nonpersonal service .... 24,716,000 -------------- Program account subtotal .................. 45,136,000 -------------- Special Revenue Funds - Other / State Operations Miscellaneous Special Revenue Fund - 339 Teacher Certification Program Account For services and expenses related to the administration of the teacher certif- ication program. PERSONAL SERVICE Personal service--regular ...................... 2,982,000 Temporary service ................................ 282,000 Holiday/overtime compensation .................... 140,000 -------------- Amount available for personal service ........ 3,404,000 -------------- NONPERSONAL SERVICE Supplies and materials ............................ 71,000 Travel ............................................ 71,000 Contractual services ........................... 1,949,000 Equipment ......................................... 71,000 Fringe benefits ................................ 1,495,000 Indirect costs ................................... 124,000 Department indirect costs ......................... 80,000 --------------
Amount available for nonpersonal service ..... 3,861,000 -------------- Program account subtotal ................... 7,265,000 -------------- Special Revenue Funds - Other / State Operations Miscellaneous Special Revenue Fund - 339 Teacher Education Accreditation Account For services and expenses of teacher educa- tion accreditation activities, pursuant to section 212-c of the education law. PERSONAL SERVICE Personal service--regular .......................... 2,000 Temporary service ................................. 22,000 -------------- Amount available for personal service ........... 24,000 -------------- NONPERSONAL SERVICE Supplies and materials ............................. 2,000 Travel ............................................ 40,000 Contractual services ............................. 157,000 -------------- Amount available for nonpersonal service ....... 199,000 -------------- Program account subtotal ..................... 223,000 -------------- CULTURAL EDUCATION PROGRAM ................................. 203,442,000 -------------- General Fund / State Operations State Purposes Account - 003 For services and expenses related to conser- vation and preservation of library materi- als and the talking book and braille library. PERSONAL SERVICE Personal service--regular ........................ 442,000 --------------
NONPERSONAL SERVICE Supplies and materials ............................ 26,000 Travel ............................................. 2,000 Contractual services ............................. 128,000 Equipment .......................................... 4,000 -------------- Amount available for nonpersonal service ....... 160,000 -------------- Program account subtotal ..................... 602,000 -------------- General Fund / Aid to Localities Local Assistance Account - 001 Aid to public libraries including aid to New York public library (NYPL) and NYPL's science industry and business library. Provided that, notwithstanding any provision of law, rule or regulation to the contrary, such aid, and the state's liability therefor, shall represent fulfillment of the state's obligation for this program ................................ 84,458,000 Aid to educational television and radio. Notwithstanding any provision of law, rule or regulation to the contrary, the amount appropriated herein, in combination with funds appropriated for such purpose in the special revenue funds-federal state stabilization fund-other governmental services, shall represent fulfillment of the state's obligation for this program ...... 9,415,000 -------------- Program account subtotal .................. 93,873,000 -------------- Special Revenue Fund - Federal / Aid to Localities Federal Department of Education Fund - 267 For the purposes of the state fiscal stabilization fund-other governmental services fund as funded by the American recovery and reinvestment act of 2009. Funds appropriated herein shall be subject to all applicable reporting and account- ability requirements contained in such act. Funds appropriated herein shall be available for aid to educational television and radio. Notwithstanding any provision of law, rule or regulation to the contrary,
the amount appropriated herein in combina- tion with aid provided through the general fund local assistance account for such purpose shall represent fulfillment of the state's obligation for this program .......... 5,587,000 -------------- Program fund subtotal ........................ 5,587,000 -------------- Special Revenue Funds - Federal / Aid to Localities Federal Operating Grants Fund - 290 For aid to public libraries pursuant to various federal laws including the library services technology act ...................... 5,400,000 -------------- Program fund subtotal ...................... 5,400,000 -------------- Special Revenue Funds - Federal / State Operations Federal Operating Grants Fund - 290 National Endowment for the Humanities Account For administration of federal grants pursu- ant to various federal laws including library services technology act, funds from the national endowment of humanities, the institute of museum and library services, the United States geological survey, the United States department of energy, and the United States department of the interior. Personal service ............................... 6,727,000 Nonpersonal service ............................ 4,245,000 Fringe benefits ................................ 3,195,000 Indirect costs ................................... 400,000 For transfer to the state education depart- ment's indirect cost recovery account (AH) in the miscellaneous special revenue fund ...... 811,000 -------------- Program account subtotal .................. 15,378,000 -------------- Special Revenue Fund - Federal / State Operations Federal US Department of Commerce Fund - 290 For administration of federal grants include Broadband Technology Opportunities Program (BTOP) funded by the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act - PCC. Funds appropriated herein shall be subject to all applicable
reporting and accountability requirements contained in such act. Nonpersonal service ............................ 3,987,000 Special Revenue Fund - Federal / Aid to Localities Federal US Department of Commerce Fund - 290 For federal grants include Broadband Tech- nology Opportunities Program (BTOP) funded by American Recovery and Reinvestment Act PCC. Funds appropriated herein shall be subject all applicable reporting and accountability requirements contained in such act .................................... 15,407,000 Special Revenue Funds - Other / State Operations NYS Archives Partnership Trust Fund - 024 For services and expenses of the archives partnership trust. PERSONAL SERVICE Personal service--regular ........................ 485,000 -------------- NONPERSONAL SERVICE Supplies and materials ............................ 13,000 Travel ............................................ 22,000 Contractual services ............................. 151,000 Equipment ......................................... 13,000 Fringe benefits .................................. 212,000 Indirect costs .................................... 16,000 Department indirect costs .......................... 9,000 -------------- Amount available for nonpersonal service ....... 436,000 -------------- Program fund subtotal ........................ 921,000 -------------- Special Revenue Funds - Other / State Operations New York State Local Government Records Management Improvement Fund - 052 Local Government Records Management Account For payment of necessary and reasonable expenses incurred by the commissioner of education in carrying out the advisory services required in subdivision 1 of section 57.23 of the arts and cultural affairs law and to implement sections
57.21, 57.35 and 57.37 of the arts and cultural affairs law. PERSONAL SERVICE Personal service--regular ...................... 2,158,000 Temporary service ................................ 117,000 -------------- Amount available for personal service ........ 2,275,000 -------------- NONPERSONAL SERVICE Supplies and materials ............................ 49,000 Travel ........................................... 169,000 Contractual services ............................. 425,000 Equipment ........................................ 114,000 Fringe benefits ................................ 1,000,000 Indirect costs .................................... 84,000 Department indirect costs ......................... 43,000 -------------- Amount available for nonpersonal service ..... 1,884,000 -------------- Program account subtotal ................... 4,159,000 -------------- Special Revenue Funds - Other / Aid to Localities New York State Local Government Records Management Improvement Fund - 052 Local Government Records Management Account Grants to individual local governments or groups of cooperating local governments as provided in section 57.35 of the arts and cultural affairs law ......................... 8,346,000 Aid for documentary heritage grants and aid to eligible archives, libraries, histor- ical societies, museums, and to certain organizations including the state educa- tion department that provide services to such programs .................................. 461,000 -------------- Program account subtotal ................... 8,807,000 -------------- Special Revenue Funds - Other / State Operations Miscellaneous Special Revenue Fund - 339 Cultural Education Account For services and expenses of the office of cultural education, including but not limited to the state museum, state
library, and state archives. Notwith- standing any inconsistent provision of law, a portion of this appropriation may be suballocated to other state departments and agencies, as needed to accomplish the intent of this appropriation. PERSONAL SERVICE Personal service--regular ..................... 14,045,000 Temporary service .............................. 1,009,000 Holiday/overtime compensation .................... 303,000 -------------- Amount available for personal service ....... 15,357,000 -------------- NONPERSONAL SERVICE Supplies and materials ......................... 2,333,000 Travel ........................................... 298,000 Contractual services ........................... 4,319,000 Equipment ...................................... 1,854,000 Fringe benefits ................................ 7,529,000 Indirect costs ................................... 507,000 Department indirect costs ........................ 167,000 -------------- Amount available for nonpersonal service .... 17,007,000 -------------- Program account subtotal .................. 32,364,000 -------------- Special Revenue Funds - Other / State Operations Miscellaneous Special Revenue Fund - 339 Education Archives Account For services and expenses of the state archives. NONPERSONAL SERVICE Supplies and materials ........................... 171,000 Travel ............................................. 9,000 Contractual services .............................. 13,000 Equipment ......................................... 64,000 -------------- Program account subtotal ..................... 257,000 -------------- Special Revenue Funds - Other / State Operations Miscellaneous Special Revenue Fund - 339 Education Library Account
For services and expenses of the state library. NONPERSONAL SERVICE Supplies and materials ............................ 66,000 Travel ............................................ 28,000 Contractual services ............................. 600,000 Equipment ......................................... 35,000 -------------- Program account subtotal ..................... 729,000 -------------- Special Revenue Funds - Other / State Operations Miscellaneous Special Revenue Fund - 339 Education Museum Account For services and expenses of the state muse- um. PERSONAL SERVICE Temporary service ................................ 760,000 -------------- NONPERSONAL SERVICE Supplies and materials ........................... 245,000 Travel ........................................... 109,000 Contractual services ........................... 1,074,000 Equipment ........................................ 738,000 Fringe benefits .................................. 372,000 Indirect costs .................................... 24,000 -------------- Amount available for nonpersonal service ..... 2,562,000 -------------- Program account subtotal ................... 3,322,000 -------------- Internal Service Funds / State Operations Miscellaneous Internal Service Fund - 334 Archives Records Management Account For services and expenses of archives records management. PERSONAL SERVICE Personal service--regular ...................... 1,111,000 Temporary service ................................. 22,000 --------------
Amount available for personal service ........ 1,133,000 -------------- NONPERSONAL SERVICE Supplies and materials ............................ 10,000 Travel ............................................. 7,000 Contractual services .............................. 87,000 Equipment ........................................ 191,000 Fringe benefits .................................. 543,000 Indirect costs .................................... 36,000 Department indirect costs ......................... 17,000 -------------- Amount available for nonpersonal service ....... 891,000 -------------- Program account subtotal ................... 2,024,000 -------------- Internal Service Funds / State Operations Miscellaneous Internal Service Fund - 334 Cultural Resource Survey Account For services and expenses related to cultural resource surveys. PERSONAL SERVICE Personal service--regular ...................... 1,190,000 Temporary service .............................. 1,170,000 Holiday/overtime compensation .................... 400,000 -------------- Amount available for personal service ........ 2,760,000 -------------- NONPERSONAL SERVICE Supplies and materials ........................... 139,000 Travel ........................................... 454,000 Contractual services ........................... 5,729,000 Equipment ........................................ 139,000 Fringe benefits ................................ 1,219,000 Indirect costs .................................... 96,000 Department indirect costs ......................... 89,000 -------------- Amount available for nonpersonal service ..... 7,865,000 -------------- Program account subtotal .................. 10,625,000 -------------- VOCATIONAL AND EDUCATIONAL SERVICES FOR INDIVIDUALS WITH DISABILITIES PROGRAM ................................... 1,522,642,000 --------------
General Fund / Aid to Localities Local Assistance Account - 001 For case services provided on or after Octo- ber 1, 2008 to disabled individuals in accordance with economic eligibility criteria developed by the department ........ 54,000,000 For services and expenses of independent living centers .............................. 12,361,000 For college readers aid payments ................. 294,000 For services and expenses of supported employment and integrated employment opportunities provided on or after October 1, 2008: For services and expenses of programs providing or leading to the provision of time-limited services or long-term support services .................................... 15,160,000 -------------- Program account subtotal .................. 81,815,000 -------------- Special Revenue Funds - Federal / State Operations Federal Department of Education Fund - 267 For services and expenses for school age children and preschool children pursuant to the individuals with disabilities education act of 1991. Personal service .............................. 20,100,000 Nonpersonal service ........................... 17,151,000 Fringe benefits ................................ 8,943,000 Indirect costs ................................. 3,079,000 For transfer to the state education depart- ment's indirect cost recovery account (AH) in the miscellaneous special revenue fund. ... 4,619,000 -------------- Amount available ............................ 53,892,000 -------------- For services and expenses of programs providing basic support for vocational rehabilitation, supported employment and independent living for individuals with disabilities pursuant to the rehabili- tation act of 1973.
Personal service .............................. 53,342,000 Nonpersonal service ........................... 16,107,000 Fringe benefits ............................... 23,732,000 Indirect costs ................................. 7,150,000 For transfer to the state education depart- ment's indirect cost recovery account (AH) in the miscellaneous special revenue fund ... 13,280,000 -------------- Amount available ........................... 113,611,000 -------------- For expenses of vocational rehabilitation in-service training for counselors and staff pursuant to the rehabilitation act of 1973. Nonpersonal service .............................. 642,000 -------------- Program fund subtotal .................... 168,145,000 -------------- Special Revenue Funds - Federal / Aid to Localities Federal Department of Education Fund - 267 For education of individuals with disabili- ties including up to $3,000,000 for services and expenses of early childhood direction centers and $500,000 for services and expenses of the center for autism and related disabilities at the state university of New York at Albany. Notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law, a portion of the funds appropri- ated herein shall be available, subject to a plan developed by the commissioner of education and approved by the director of the budget, for grants to ensure appropri- ately certified teachers in schools providing special services or programs as defined in paragraphs e, g, i and l of subdivision 2 of section 4401 of the education law to children placed by school districts and in approved preschool programs that provide full and half-day educational programs in accordance with section 4410 of the education law for children placed by school district. Provided further that, in the allocation of funds, priority shall be given to those programs with a demonstrated need to increase the number of certified teachers to comply with state and federal require-
ments. Such funds shall be made available for such activities as certification prep- aration, training, assisting schools with personnel shortages and supporting activ- ities that improve the delivery of services to improve results for children with disabilities. Provided further that notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law, of the funds appropriated herein: (i) $2,000,000 shall be available for payments to schools providing special services or programs as defined in para- graphs e, g, i, and l of subdivision 2 of section 4401 of the education law to help prevent excessive instructional staff turnover through a targeted adjustment of compensation for teachers providing direct instructional services to students at such schools. The commissioner of education shall develop an allocation plan, subject to the approval of the director of the budget, that distributes funds appropri- ated herein among eligible schools, as defined herein, that qualify based on the following criteria: eligible schools are those that have complied with all applica- ble requirements for previous grants for this purpose and whose average teacher salary are below the salary provided for similarly qualified teachers in public schools in the region in which such eligi- ble school is located. The allocation to each qualifying school shall be calculated based on the number of weighted full time equivalent (FTE) staff, as defined herein, in the per FTE award amount. The total number of weighted FTE shall be determined by multiplying the actual number of FTE teachers providing classroom instruction at each school, as determined by the commissioner, by: 1) a factor of 2.0 for those schools where average salaries that are 50 percent or less of those in public school located in the same geographic region; 2) a factor of 1.5 for those schools where average salaries that are 50 percent and 75 percent of public schools located in the same geographic region; or 3) a factor of 1.0 for those schools where the average salaries that are 75-100 percent of public schools located in the same geographic region. The per FTE teach-
er award amount shall be calculated by dividing the $2,000,000 by the total number of weighted FTE staff; (ii) $2,000,000 shall be available for payments to schools providing special services or programs as defined in paragraphs e, g, i, and l of subdivision 2 of section 4401 of the education law and approved preschool programs in accordance with section 4410 of the education law to help prevent excessive instructional staff turnover through a targeted adjustment of compen- sation for teachers providing direct instructional services to students at such schools. The commissioner of education shall develop an allocation plan, subject to the approval of the director of the budget, that distributes funds appropri- ated herein among eligible schools. Such funds shall be distributed among eligible schools, in the same manner and amounts as they received in the 2009-10 school year; (iii) $4,730,000 shall be available for allowances to private schools for the blind and deaf; and (iv) $5,270,000 shall be available for additional allowances to private schools for the blind and deaf to support services to students attending these schools which otherwise would be payable through the department's general fund aid to localities appropriation and provided further that, notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law, any disbursements against this $5,270,000 shall immediately reduce the amounts appropriated in the education department's general fund aid to localities for allow- ances to private schools for the blind and deaf by an equivalent amount, and the portion of such general fund appropriation so affected shall have no further force or effect. Notwithstanding any provision of the law to the contrary, funds appropri- ated herein shall be available for payment of liabilities heretofore accrued or here- after to accrue and, subject to the approval of the director of the budget, such funds shall be available to the department net of disallowances, refunds, reimbursements and credits ................. 786,000,000 For education of individuals with disabili- ties funded by the American recovery and
reinvestment act of 2009. Funds appropri- ated herein shall be subject to all appli- cable reporting and accountability requirements contained in such act ......... 398,000,000 For case services provided to individuals with disabilities ........................... 55,000,000 For case services provided to individuals with disabilities funded by the American recovery and reinvestment act of 2009. Funds appropriated herein shall be subject to all applicable reporting and account- ability requirements contained in such act ............................................. 15,000,000 For the independent living program ............. 2,572,000 For the supported employment program ........... 2,500,000 -------------- Program fund subtotal .................. 1,259,072,000 -------------- Special Revenue Funds - Other / State Operations Miscellaneous Special Revenue Fund - 339 VESID Social Security Account For expenses of contractual services for the rehabilitation of social security disabil- ity beneficiaries. PERSONAL SERVICE Personal service--regular ........................ 196,000 -------------- NONPERSONAL SERVICE Supplies and materials ............................ 35,000 Travel ............................................. 2,000 Contractual services ............................. 668,000 Fringe benefits ................................... 88,000 Indirect costs ..................................... 6,000 -------------- Amount available for nonpersonal service ....... 799,000 -------------- Program account subtotal ..................... 995,000 -------------- Special Revenue Funds - Other / Aid to Localities Miscellaneous Special Revenue Fund - 339 VESID Social Security Account For the rehabilitation of social security disability beneficiaries .................... 11,760,000 --------------
Program account subtotal .................. 11,760,000 -------------- Special Revenue Funds - Other / State Operations Vocational Rehabilitation Fund - 365 For services and expenses of the special workers' compensation program. NONPERSONAL SERVICE Supplies and materials ............................. 2,000 Travel ............................................. 4,000 Contractual services ............................. 146,000 Equipment .......................................... 5,000 -------------- Program fund subtotal ........................ 157,000 -------------- Special Revenue Funds - Other / Aid to Localities Vocational Rehabilitation Fund - 365 For services and expenses of the special workers' compensation program .................. 698,000 -------------- Program fund subtotal ........................ 698,000 -------------- Total new appropriations for state operations and aid to localities .......................................... 32,599,122,000 ==============
OFFICE OF MANAGEMENT SERVICES PROGRAM Special Revenue Funds - Other / Aid to Localities Combined Gifts, Grants and Bequests Fund - 020 Grants Account By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2009: For services and expenses related to the administration of funds, including grants to local recipients, paid to the education depart- ment from private foundations, corporations and individuals and from public or private funds received as payment in lieu of honorarium for services rendered by employees which are related to such employ- ees' official duties or responsibilities ........................... 5,214,000 ........................................... (re. $500,000) Special Revenue Funds - Other / State Operations Miscellaneous Special Revenue Fund - 339 Indirect Cost Recovery Account By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2009: For services and expenses related to the administration of special revenue funds - other, special revenue funds - federal and internal service funds and for services provided to other state agencies, governmental bodies and other entities. Contractual services ... 3,462,000 .................... (re. $250,000) ELEMENTARY, MIDDLE, SECONDARY AND CONTINUING EDUCATION PROGRAM General Fund / Aid to Localities Local Assistance Account - 001 By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2009: For services and expenses of remaining obligations for the 2008-09 school year for support for the operation of targeted prekindergar- ten for those providers not eligible to receive funding pursuant to section 3602-e of education law and for support for providers continuing to operate such programs in the 2009-10 school year. Such funds shall be expended pursuant to a plan developed by the commis- sioner of education and approved by the director of the budget ... 1,303,000 ......................................... (re. $1,303,000) For education of children of migrant workers for the 2009-10 school year ... 89,000 ...................................... (re. $89,000) For grants to schools for programs involving literacy and basic educa- tion for public assistance recipients for the 2009-10 school year for those programs administered by the state education department ... 1,843,000 ..................................... (re. $1,843,000) For aid payable for additional competitive grants for a $2,000,000 program of adult literacy education aid to public and private not- for-profit agencies, including but not limited to, 2 and 4 year colleges, community based organizations, libraries, and volunteer literacy organizations and institutions to provide programs of basic literacy, high school equivalency, and English as a second language
to persons 16 years of age or older, funds appropriated herein shall be available for payments of liabilities heretofore or hereafter to accrue ... 2,000,000 .............................. (re. $2,000,000) For services and expenses of the workplace literacy program for the 2009-10 school year ... 1,000,000 ................. (re. $1,000,000) For the school lunch and breakfast program. Funds for the school lunch and breakfast program shall be expended subject to the limitation of funds available and may be used to reimburse sponsors of non-profit school lunch, breakfast, or other school child feeding programs based upon the number of federally reimbursable breakfasts and lunches served to students under such program agreements entered into by the state education department and such sponsors, in accord- ance with an act of Congress entitled the "National School Lunch Act," P.L. 79-396, as amended, or the provisions of the "Child Nutrition Act of 1966," P.L. 89-642, as amended, in the case of school breakfast programs to reimburse sponsors in excess of the federal rates of reimbursement. Notwithstanding any provision of law to the contrary, the moneys hereby appropriated, or so much thereof as may be necessary, are to be available for the purposes herein specified for obligations heretofore accrued or hereafter to accrue for the school years beginning July 1, 2007, July 1, 2008 and July 1, 2009. Notwithstanding any law, rule or regulation to the contrary, the amount appropriated herein represents the maximum amount payable during the 2009-10 state fiscal year for state reimbursement for school lunch and breakfast programs ................................ 31,700,000 ....................................... (re. $15,982,000) For nonpublic school aid payable in the 2009-10 state fiscal year. Notwithstanding any provision of law, rule or regulation to the contrary, the amount appropriated herein represents the maximum amount payable during the 2009-10 state fiscal year ................ 80,605,000 ....................................... (re. $80,605,000) For aid payable for additional nonpublic school aid. Notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law, funds appropriated herein shall be available for payment of aid heretofore accrued and hereafter to accrue provided that, notwithstanding any provision of law, rule or regulation to the contrary, the amount appropriated herein repres- ents the maximum amount payable during the 2009-10 state fiscal year ... 30,000,000 ................................... (re. $30,000,000) For academic intervention for nonpublic schools based on a plan to be developed by the commissioner of education and approved by the director of the budget ... 922,000 .................. (re. $922,000) For the state's share of the costs of the education of preschool chil- dren with disabilities pursuant to section 4410 of the education law. Notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law to the contrary, the amount appropriated herein in combination with funds appropriated for such purpose in the Special Revenue Funds - Federal State Fiscal Stabilization Fund - Other Governmental Services account represents the maximum amount payable during the 2009-10 state fiscal year and shall support a state share of preschool hand- icapped education costs for the 2008-09 school year limited to 59.5 percent of such total approved expenditures, and furthermore,
notwithstanding any other provision of law, local claims for reimbursement of costs incurred prior to the 2007-08 school year and during the 2007-08 and 2008-09 school years that have been approved for payment by the education department as of March 31, 2009 shall be the first claims paid from this appropriation. Notwithstanding any provision of law to the contrary, funds appropriated herein shall be available for payment of liabilities heretofore accrued or hereafter to accrue and, subject to the approval of the director of the budget, such funds shall be available to the department net of disallowances, refunds, reimbursements and credits ................. 590,000,000 ..................................... (re. $590,000,000) For services and expenses of the New York state center for school safety for the 2009-10 school year. Funds appropriated herein shall be used to operate a statewide center and shall be subject to an expenditure plan approved by the director of the budget ............ 466,000 ............................................. (re. $466,000) For services and expenses of the health education program for the 2009-10 school year. Funds appropriated herein shall be available for health-related programs including, but not limited to, those providing instruction and supportive services in comprehensive health education and/or acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS) education ... 691,000 ............................... (re. $691,000) For services and expenses of schools under registration review for the 2009-10 school year. Funds appropriated herein shall only be avail- able upon approval of an expenditure plan developed by the commis- sioner of education and approved by the director of the budget ... 1,751,000 ......................................... (re. $1,751,000) For services and expenses of the primary mental health project for the 2009-10 school year ... 894,000 ..................... (re. $894,000) For aid payable for the 2009-10 school year for support of county vocational education and extension boards pursuant to section 1104 of education law. Notwithstanding any other section of law to the contrary, the amount appropriated herein represents the maximum amount payable during the 2009-10 state fiscal year ................ 932,000 ............................................. (re. $767,000) For services and expenses of the center for autism and related disa- bilities at the state university of New York at Albany ............. 490,000 ............................................. (re. $490,000) For services and expenses of the summer food program for the 2009-10 school year, provided ... 3,049,000 ............... (re. $2,727,000) For services and expenses of the national board for professional teaching standards certification grant program for the 2009-10 school year ... 490,000 ............................. (re. $490,000) For additional aid payable for the 2009-10 school year to schools providing special services or programs as defined in paragraphs e, g, i, and l of subdivision 2 of section 4401 of the education law and approved preschool programs that provide full and half-day educational programs in accordance with section 4410 of the educa- tion law to help prevent excessive instructional staff turnover through a targeted adjustment of compensation for teachers providing direct instructional services to students at such schools. The commissioner of education shall develop an allocation plan, subject
to the approval of the director of the budget, that distributes funds appropriated herein among eligible schools ................... 2,000,000 ......................................... (re. $2,000,000) For additional grants in aid to certain school districts, public libraries and not-for-profit institutions .......................... 1,900,000 ......................................... (re. $1,900,000) To the Buffalo City school district for the creation and implementa- tion of the helping involve parents for better schools (HIP) program ... 250,000 ......................................... (re. $250,000) For additional grants in aid for school district, public libraries and not-for-profit institutions ... 4,802,100 ......... (re. $4,802,100) For services and expenses: Cato-Meridian Central School District ........... 75,000 Weedsport Central School District ............... 75,000 Cleveland Hill Union Free School District ....... 75,000 Eden Central School District .................... 75,000 Grand Island Central School District ............ 25,000 Hamburg Central School District ................. 75,000 Tonawanda City School District .................. 25,000 Belleville Henderson Central School District .... 25,000 La Fargeville Central School District ........... 50,000 Lyme Central School District .................... 25,000 Brookfield Central School District ............. 100,000 Canastota Central School District ............... 50,000 DeRuyter Central School District ............... 100,000 Hamilton Central School District ................ 50,000 Madison Central School District ................. 50,000 Morrisville-Eaton Central School District ...... 100,000 Oneida City School District ..................... 50,000 Berne-Knox-Westerlo Central School District ..... 25,000 Stockbridge Valley Central School District ...... 50,000 Carle Place Union Free School District .......... 25,000 East Williston Union Free School District ....... 50,000 Elmont Union Free School District ............... 50,000 Floral Park-Bellerose Union Free School District ...................................... 50,000 Franklin Square ................................. 25,000 Great Neck Union Free School District ........... 50,000 Herricks Union Free School District ............. 50,000 Hicksville Union Free School District ........... 25,000 Manhasset Union Free School District ............ 50,000 Mineola Union Free School District .............. 50,000 New Hyde Park-Garden City Park Union Free School District ............................... 50,000 Port Washington Union Free School District ...... 50,000 Roslyn Union Free School District ............... 50,000 Sewahanka Central High School District .......... 50,000 Westbury Union Free School District ............. 50,000 Niagara Falls City School District ............. 175,000 Rome City School District ....................... 50,000 Oriskany Central School District ................ 50,000 Fabius-Pompey Central School District ........... 50,000
Altmar-Parish-Williamstown Central School District ...................................... 50,000 Central Square Central School District .......... 75,000 Fulton City School District ..................... 25,000 Phoenix Central School District ................. 50,000 Pulaski Central School District ................ 100,000 Sandy Creek Central School District ............. 50,000 Edwards-Knox Central School District ............ 75,000 Hermon-Dekalb Central School District ........... 25,000 Gouvernor Central School District ............... 50,000 Heuvelton Central School District ............... 50,000 Lisbon Central School District .................. 25,000 Madrid-Waddington Central School District ....... 50,000 Morristown Central School District .............. 50,000 Ogdensburg City School District ................ 75,000 Brentwood Union Free School District ........... 100,000 Bayport Blue Point Union Free School District .. 100,000 Central Islip Union Free School District ....... 150,000 Hauppauge Union Free School District ............ 25,000 Patchogue-Medford Union Free School District ....100,000 Sayville Union Free School District ............. 75,000 William Floyd Union Free School District ....... 150,000 Elmsford Union Free School District ............. 25,000 Hastings on the Hudson Union Free School District ...................................... 25,000 Mount Vernon City School District .............. 400,000 New Rochelle City School District .............. 150,000 Ossining Union Free School District ............ 100,000 Pleasantville Union Free School District .........25,000 Pocantico Hill Central School District .......... 25,000 Port Chester-Rye Union Free School District .... 125,000 Union Free School District of the Tarrytowns .... 50,000 Tuckahoe Union Free School District ............ 100,000 Valhalla Union Free School District ............. 25,000 White Plains City School District .............. 152,100 Irvington Union Free School District ............ 25,000 Edgemont Union Free School District ............. 25,000 For services and expenses of the Council for the Humanities .......... 450,000 ............................................. (re. $450,000) For services and expenses of the New York Historical Association ..... 180,000 ............................................. (re. $180,000) For services and expenses of Transferring Success .................... 314,900 ............................................. (re. $314,900) For services and expenses of the Project Boost Program ............... 100,000 ............................................. (re. $100,000) For services and expenses of Tech Valley High School ................. 300,000 ............................................. (re. $300,000) For additional services and expenses of the Center for Autism and related disabilities at the State University of New York at Albany 500,000 ............................................. (re. $500,000) For additional services and expenses of the Bard High School Early College ... 300,000 ................................. (re. $300,000)
For additional services and expenses of the New York State Center for Rural Schools at Cornell University ... 175,000 ..... (re. $175,000) For the Mount Vernon City School District for services and expenses associated with the development of an in-school suspension program 400,000 ............................................. (re. $300,000) For Special Act School Districts additional costs associated with academic programs ... 1,300,000 ................... (re. $1,300,000) For services and expenses: Abbot Union School District ..................... 72,593 Berkshire Union Free School District ............ 81,682 George Junior Republic Union Free School District ...................................... 75,969 Greenburgh-Eleven Union Free School District ... 154,654 Greenburgh Graham Union Free School District ... 138,813 Greenburgh North Castle Union Free School District ...................................... 75,969 Hawthorne-Cedar Knolls Union Free School District ..................................... 159,848 Hopevale Union Free School District ............. 86,616 Little Flower Union Free School District ........ 75,969 Mount Pleasant Blythedale Union Free School District ............................... 78,566 Mount Pleasant-Cottage School Union Free School District .............................. 140,891 Randolph Academy Union Free School District ..... 82,461 West Park Union Free School District ............ 75,969 Work Force Education. For partial reimbursement of services and expenses per contact hour of work force education conducted by the consortium for worker education (CWE), a private not-for-profit corporation located in the city of New York, offering programs approved by the commissioner of education that enable adults who are 21 years of age or older to obtain or retain employment or improve their work skills capacity to enhance their opportunities for increased earnings and advancement ................................. 11,500,000 ........................................ (re. $3,810,000) For additional partial reimbursement of services and expenses per contract hour of work force education conducted by the consortium for worker education (CWE), a private not-for-profit corporation located in the city of New York, offering programs approved by the commissioner of education that enable adults who are 21 years of age or older to obtain or retain employment or improve their work skills capacity to enhance their opportunities for increased earning and advancement ... 1,500,000 ......................... (re. $1,500,000) For services and expenses of a $490,000 2009-10 school year program for mentoring and tutoring based on model programs proven to be effective in producing outcomes that include, but are not limited to, improved graduation rates, provided that such services shall be provided to students in one or more city school districts located in a city having a population in excess of 125,000 and less than 1,000,000 inhabitants provided further that such program will be operated by a community based organization ......................... 490,000 ............................................. (re. $490,000)
By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2009, as amended by chapter 502, section 2, of the laws of 2009: For competitive grants for adult literacy/education aid to public and private not-for-profit agencies, including but not limited to, 2 and 4 year colleges, community based organizations, libraries, and volunteer literacy organizations and institutions which meet quality standards promulgated by the commissioner of education to provide programs of basic literacy, high school equivalency, and English as a second language to persons 16 years of age or older for the 2009- 10 school year; provided, however, that the amount of this appropri- ation available for expenditure and disbursement on and after Novem- ber 1, 2009 shall be reduced by 12.5 percent of the amount that was undisbursed as of November 1, 2009 ................................. 4,906,000 ......................................... (re. $4,906,000) For allowances to private schools for the blind and the deaf, includ- ing state aid for blind and deaf pupils in certain institutions to be paid for the purposes provided under article 85 of the education law for the education of deaf children under 3 years of age includ- ing transfers to the miscellaneous special revenue fund Rome school for the deaf account (339E6) pursuant to a plan to be developed by the commissioner and approved by the director of the budget. Notwithstanding any other inconsistent provisions of law, such funds appropriated herein shall be for the New York state pupils approved to attend such schools and whose admissions, attendance and termi- nation therein is in accordance with rules and regulations of the commissioner of education. Of the amounts appropriated herein, up to $6,651,000 shall be used for debt service on capital construction projects financed through the state dormitory authority and $111,449,000 shall be available for allowances to schools for the blind and deaf. Provided further that, notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law, upon disbursement of funds appropriated for additional allow- ances to private schools for the blind and deaf in the vocational and educational services for individuals with disabilities program special revenue funds-federal/aid to localities, funds appropriated herein shall be reduced in an amount equivalent to such disbursement and the portion of this appropriation so affected shall have no further force or effect. Such reduction in the general fund allow- ances to private schools for the blind and deaf shall be fully offset by the special revenue funds-federal/aid to localities funds appropriated for additional allowances to private schools for the blind and deaf. Notwithstanding any provision of the law to the contrary, funds appro- priated herein shall be available for payment of liabilities hereto- fore accrued or hereafter to accrue and, subject to the approval of the director of the budget, such funds shall be available to the department net of disallowances, refunds, reimbursements and cred- its; provided, however, that the amount of this appropriation avail- able for expenditure and disbursement on and after November 1, 2009 shall be reduced by 12.5 percent of the amount that was undisbursed as of November 1, 2009 ... 118,100,000 .......... (re. $118,100,000)
For July and August programs for school-aged children with handicap- ping conditions pursuant to section 4408 of the education law. Moneys appropriated herein shall be used as follows: (i) for remain- ing base year and prior school years obligations, (ii) for the purposes of subdivision 4 of section 3602 of the education law for schools operated under articles 87 and 88 of the education law, and (iii) notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law, for payments made pursuant to this appropriation for current school year obligations, provided, however, that such payments shall not exceed 70 percent of the state aid due for the sum of the approved tuition and maintenance rates and transportation expense provided for here- in; provided, however, that payment of eligible claims shall be payable in the order that such claims have been approved for payment by the commissioner of education, and provided further that no claim shall be set aside for insufficiency of funds to make a complete payment, but shall be eligible for a partial payment in one year and shall retain its priority date status for subsequent appropriations designated for such purposes. Notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law to the contrary, funds appropriated herein shall only be available for liabilities incurred prior to July 1, 2010, shall be used to pay 2008-09 school year claims in the first instance, and represent the maximum amount payable during the 2009- 10 state fiscal year. Notwithstanding any provision of law to the contrary, funds appropriated herein shall be available for payment of liabilities heretofore accrued or hereafter to accrue and, subject to the approval of the director of the budget, such funds shall be available to the department net of disallowances, refunds, reimbursements and credits; provided, however, that the amount of this appropriation available for expenditure and disbursement on and after November 1, 2009 shall be reduced by 12.5 percent of the amount that was undisbursed as of November 1, 2009 ................. 260,400,000 ..................................... (re. $260,400,000) For services and expenses of a $27,821,000 2009-10 school year program for extended day and school violence prevention programs; provided, however, that the amount of this appropriation available for expend- iture and disbursement on and after November 1, 2009 shall be reduced by 12.5 percent of the amount that was undisbursed as of November 1, 2009 ... 27,821,000 .................. (re. $27,821,000) By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2008: For advances to Hurd city school districts pursuant to the provisions of chapter 280 of the laws of 1978 ... 152,000 ...... (re. $152,000) For aid payable for additional competitive grants for a $2,000,000 program of adult literacy education aid to public and private not- for-profit agencies, including but not limited to, 2 and 4 year colleges, community based organizations, libraries, and volunteer literacy organizations and institutions to provide programs of basic literacy, high school equivalency, and English as a second language to persons 16 years of age or older, funds appropriated herein shall be available for payments of liabilities heretofore or hereafter to accrue ... 2,000,000 .............................. (re. $1,630,000)
For the state's share of the approved costs of evaluations and commit- tee on preschool special education administration for the education of preschool children with disabilities pursuant to section 4410 of the education law. Notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law to the contrary, the amount appropriated herein represents the maxi- mum amount payable during the 2008-09 state fiscal year and shall support a state share of preschool handicapped education costs for the 2007-08 school year, limited to 59.5 percent of total approved expenditures, and furthermore, notwithstanding any other provision of law, local claims for reimbursement of costs incurred prior to the 2006-07 school year and during the 2006-07 and 2007-08 school years that have been approved for payment by the education depart- ment as of March 31, 2008 shall be the first claims paid from this appropriation. Notwithstanding any provision of law to the contrary, funds appropriated herein shall be available for payment of liabil- ities heretofore accrued or hereafter to accrue and, subject to the approval of the director of the budget, such funds shall be avail- able to the department net of disallowances, refunds, reimbursements and credits ... 42,000,000 ....................... (re. $42,000,000) For July and August programs for school-aged children with handicap- ping conditions pursuant to section 4408 of the education law. Moneys appropriated herein shall be used as follows: (i) for remain- ing base year and prior school years obligations, (ii) for the purposes of subdivision 4 of section 3602 of the education law for schools operated under articles 87 and 88 of the education law, and (iii) notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law, for payments made pursuant to this appropriation for current school year obligations, provided, however, that such payments shall not exceed 70 percent of the state aid due for the sum of the approved tuition and maintenance rates and transportation expense provided for here- in; provided, however, that payment of eligible claims shall be payable in the order that such claims have been approved for payment by the commissioner of education, and provided further that no claim shall be set aside for insufficiency of funds to make a complete payment, but shall be eligible for a partial payment in one year and shall retain its priority date status for subsequent appropriations designated for such purposes. Notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law to the contrary, funds appropriated herein shall only be available for liabilities incurred prior to July 1, 2009, shall be used to pay 2007-08 school year claims in the first instance, and represent the maximum amount payable during the 2008- 09 state fiscal year. Notwithstanding any provision of law to the contrary, funds appropriated herein shall be available for payment of liabilities heretofore accrued or hereafter to accrue and, subject to the approval of the director of the budget, such funds shall be available to the department net of disallowances, refunds, reimbursements and credits ... 243,400,000 ...... (re. $118,200,000) For services and expenses of the New York state center for school safety for the 2008-09 school year. Funds appropriated herein shall be used to operate a statewide center and shall be subject to an expenditure plan approved by the director of the budget ............ 466,000 ............................................. (re. $103,000)
For supplemental valuation impact grants totaling $3,800,000 for the 2008-09 school year ... 3,800,000 ................. (re. $3,800,000) For services and expenses of the center for autism and related disa- bilities at the state university of New York at Albany ............. 490,000 ............................................. (re. $290,000) For services and expenses of the national board for professional teaching standards certification grant program for the 2008-09 school year ... 490,000 ............................. (re. $490,000) For additional grants in aid to certain school districts, public libraries and not-for-profit institutions. Such funds shall be apportioned pursuant to subdivision 5 of section 24 of the state finance law ... 8,516,500 ........................... (re. $296,000) For services and expenses of the New York Historical Association ..... 180,000 ............................................. (re. $180,000) For services and expenses of the rural education advisory council .... 175,000 ............................................. (re. $132,000) For services and expenses of $200,000 2008-09 school year Poughkeepsie Magnet school program ... 200,000 ................... (re. $200,000) For additional services and expenses of the Center for Autism and related disabilities at the state university of New York at Albany ... 500,000 ......................................... (re. $500,000) For services and expenses of the Missing Children Prevention Program for the 2008-09 school year ... 1,000,000 ........... (re. $947,000) For services and expenses of the Ulster County BOCES ................. 250,000 ............................................. (re. $250,000) For services and expenses of $400,000 2008-09 school year Hudson City Magnet Program ... 400,000 .......................... (re. $400,000) For services and expenses of the Tech Valley High School ............. 250,000 ............................................. (re. $250,000) By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2008, as amended by chapter 496, section 3, of the laws of 2008: For services and expenses of remaining obligations for the 2007-08 school year for support for the operation of targeted prekindergar- ten for those providers not eligible to receive funding pursuant to section 3602-e of education law and for support for providers continuing to operate such programs in the 2008-09 school year. Such funds shall be expended pursuant to a plan developed by the commis- sioner of education and approved by the director of the budget, provided, however, that the amount of this appropriation available for expenditure and disbursement on and after September 1, 2008 shall be reduced by six percent of the amount that was undisbursed as of August 15, 2008 ... 1,386,000 ................. (re. $564,000) For grants to schools for programs involving literacy and basic educa- tion for public assistance recipients for the 2008-09 school year for those programs administered by the state education department, provided, however, that the amount of this appropriation available for expenditure and disbursement on and after September 1, 2008 shall be reduced by six percent of the amount that was undisbursed as of August 15, 2008 ... 1,960,000 ................. (re. $565,000) For competitive grants for adult literacy/education aid to public and private not-for-profit agencies, including but not limited to, 2 and
4 year colleges, community based organizations, libraries, and volunteer literacy organizations and institutions which meet quality standards promulgated by the commissioner of education to provide programs of basic literacy, high school equivalency, and English as a second language to persons 16 years of age or older for the 2008- 09 school year, provided, however, that the amount of this appropri- ation available for expenditure and disbursement on and after September 1, 2008 shall be reduced by six percent of the amount that was undisbursed as of August 15, 2008 .............................. 5,219,000 ........................................... (re. $621,000) For services and expenses of the related or supplemental instructional component of apprenticeship training programs for the 2008-09 school year, provided, however, that the amount of this appropriation available for expenditure and disbursement on and after September 1, 2008 shall be reduced by six percent of the amount that was undis- bursed as of August 15, 2008 ... 1,794,000 .......... (re. $199,000) For nonpublic school aid for the 2008-09 school year program. Notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law, funds appropri- ated herein shall be available for payment of aid heretofore accrued and hereafter to accrue provided that, notwithstanding any provision of law, rule or regulation to the contrary, reimbursement, and the State's liability for such reimbursement, shall be limited to nine- ty-eight percent of the actual cost incurred by the nonpublic school as approved by the commissioner of education; provided further that on and after September 1, 2008, notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law, rule or regulation, the amount of state reimburse- ment and liability for costs and activities funded through this appropriation shall be further reduced by six percent of such reduced amount, and that the amount of this appropriation available for expenditure and disbursement on and after such date shall be reduced by six percent of the amount that was undisbursed as of August 15, 2008 ... 85,750,000 .................... (re. $2,901,000) For aid payable for additional nonpublic school aid. Notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law, funds appropriated herein shall be available for payment of aid heretofore accrued and hereafter to accrue provided that, notwithstanding any provision of law, rule or regulation to the contrary, reimbursement, and the State's liability for such reimbursement, shall be limited to ninety-eight percent of the actual cost incurred by the nonpublic school as approved by the commissioner of education; provided further that on and after September 1, 2008, notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law, rule or regulation, the amount of state reimbursement and liability for costs and activities funded through this appropriation shall be further reduced by six percent of such reduced amount, and that the amount of this appropriation available for expenditure and disbursement on and after such date shall be reduced by six percent of the amount that was undisbursed as of August 15, 2008 ........... 47,295,000 ....................................... (re. $10,701,000) For academic intervention for nonpublic schools based on a plan to be developed by the commissioner of education and approved by the director of the budget, provided, however, that the amount of this appropriation available for expenditure and disbursement on and
after September 1, 2008 shall be reduced by six percent of the amount that was undisbursed as of August 15, 2008 .................. 980,000 ............................................. (re. $922,000) For services and expenses of the health education program for the 2008-09 school year. Funds appropriated herein shall be available for health-related programs including, but not limited to, those providing instruction and supportive services in comprehensive health education and/or acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS) education, provided, however, that the amount of this appropriation available for expenditure and disbursement on and after September 1, 2008 shall be reduced by six percent of the amount that was undis- bursed as of August 15, 2008 ... 735,000 ............ (re. $367,000) For services and expenses of the health education program for the 2008-09 school year. Funds appropriated herein shall be available for health-related programs including, but not limited to, those providing instruction and supportive services in comprehensive health education and/or acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS) education, provided, however, that the amount of this appropriation available for expenditure and disbursement on and after September 1, 2008 shall be reduced by six percent of the amount that was undis- bursed as of August 15, 2008 ... 735,000 ............ (re. $368,000) For services and expenses of a $29,596,000 2008-09 school year program for extended day and school violence prevention programs, provided, however, that the amount of this appropriation available for expend- iture and disbursement on and after September 1, 2008 shall be reduced by six percent of the amount that was undisbursed as of August 15, 2008 ... 29,596,000 .................... (re. $4,507,000) For services and expenses of schools under registration review for the 2008-09 school year. Funds appropriated herein shall only be avail- able upon approval of an expenditure plan developed by the commis- sioner of education and approved by the director of the budget, provided, however, that the amount of this appropriation available for expenditure and disbursement on and after September 1, 2008 shall be reduced by six percent of the amount that was undisbursed as of August 15, 2008 ... 1,862,000 ............... (re. $1,571,000) For services and expenses associated with math and science high schools for the 2008-09 school year, provided, however, that the amount of this appropriation available for expenditure and disburse- ment on and after September 1, 2008 shall be reduced by six percent of the amount that was undisbursed as of August 15, 2008 ........... 1,470,000 ........................................... (re. $461,000) For services and expenses of the summer food program for the 2008-09 school year, provided, however, that the amount of this appropri- ation available for expenditure and disbursement on and after September 1, 2008 shall be reduced by six percent of the amount that was undisbursed as of August 15, 2008 .............................. 3,234,000 ......................................... (re. $2,100,000) By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2008, as amended by chapter 1, section 2, of the laws of 2009: For services and expenses of Circulo De La Hispanidad ................ 100,000 ............................................. (re. $100,000)
By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2007: For services and expenses of remaining obligations for the 2006-07 school year targeted prekindergarten program and for support for the 2007-08 school year for continued operation of targeted prekinder- garten programs for those providers not eligible to receive funding pursuant to section 3602-e of education law operating such targeted prekindergarten programs in the 2006-07 school year and continuing to operate such programs in the 2007-08 school year. Such funds shall be expended pursuant to a plan developed by the commissioner of education and approved by the director of the budget ............ 25,100,000 ........................................ (re. $2,775,000) For advances to Hurd city school districts pursuant to the provisions of chapter 280 of the laws of 1978 ... 206,400 ........ (re. $1,000) For the school lunch and breakfast program. Funds for the school lunch and breakfast program shall be expended subject to the limitation of funds available and may be used to reimburse sponsors of non-profit school lunch, breakfast, or other school child feeding programs based upon the number of federally reimbursable breakfasts and lunches served to students under such program agreements entered into by the state education department and such sponsors, in accord- ance with an act of Congress entitled the "National School Lunch Act," P.L. 79-396, as amended, or the provisions of the "Child Nutrition Act of 1966," P.L. 89-642, as amended, in the case of school breakfast programs to reimburse sponsors in excess of the federal rates of reimbursement. Notwithstanding any provision of law to the contrary, the moneys hereby appropriated, or so much thereof as may be necessary, are to be available for the purposes herein specified for obligations heretofore accrued or hereafter to accrue for the school years beginning July 1, 2005, July 1, 2006 and July 1, 2007 ... 31,700,000 .............................. (re. $121,000) For nonpublic school aid for the 2007-08 school year program. Notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law, funds appropri- ated herein shall be available for payment of aid heretofore accrued and hereafter to accrue ... 87,500,000 ............ (re. $5,289,000) For aid payable for additional nonpublic school aid. Notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law, funds appropriated herein shall be available for payment of aid heretofore accrued and hereafter to accrue ... 39,900,000 ................................ (re. $13,000) For academic intervention for nonpublic schools based on a plan to be developed by the commissioner of education and approved by the director of the budget ... 1,000,000 .............. (re. $1,000,000) For allowances to private schools for the blind and the deaf, includ- ing state aid for blind and deaf pupils in certain institutions to be paid for the purposes provided under article 85 of the education law for the education of deaf children under 3 years of age includ- ing transfers to the miscellaneous special revenue fund Rome school for the deaf account (339E6) pursuant to a plan to be developed by the commissioner and approved by the director of the budget. Notwithstanding any other inconsistent provisions of law, such funds appropriated herein shall be for the New York state pupils approved to attend such schools and whose admissions, attendance and termi-
nation therein is in accordance with rules and regulations of the commissioner of education. Of the amounts appropriated herein, up to $6,651,000 shall be used for debt service on capital construction projects financed through the state dormitory authority and $111,449,000 shall be available for allowances to schools for the blind and deaf. Notwithstanding any provision of the law to the contrary, funds appropriated herein shall be available for payment of liabilities heretofore accrued or hereafter to accrue and, subject to the approval of the director of the budget, such funds shall be available to the department net of disallowances, refunds, reimbursements and credits ................. 118,100,000 ......................................... (re. $280,000) For the state's share of preschool handicapped education costs pursu- ant to section 4410 of the education law. Notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law to the contrary, the amount appropri- ated herein represents the maximum amount payable during the 2007-08 state fiscal year and shall support a state share of preschool hand- icapped education costs for the 2006-07 school year limited to 59.5 percent of total expenditures, and furthermore, notwithstanding any other provision of law, local claims for reimbursement of costs incurred prior to the 2005-06 school year and during the 2005-06 and 2006-07 school years that have been approved for payment by the education department as of March 31, 2007 shall be the first claims paid from this appropriation. Any local claims for which there may be insufficient appropriation authority for payment in the 2007-08 state fiscal year shall be considered as the first claim for payment against all subsequent appropriations designated for such purposes. Notwithstanding any provision of law to the contrary, funds appro- priated herein shall be available for payment of liabilities hereto- fore accrued or hereafter to accrue and, subject to the approval of the director of the budget, such funds shall be available to the department net of disallowances, refunds, reimbursements and credits ... 663,100,000 ...................................... (re. $50,000) For July and August programs for school-aged children with handicap- ping conditions pursuant to section 4408 of the education law. Moneys appropriated herein shall be used as follows: (i) for remain- ing base year and prior school years obligations, (ii) for the purposes of subdivision 4 of section 3602 of the education law for schools operated under articles 87 and 88 of the education law, and (iii) notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law, for payments made pursuant to this section for current school year obli- gations, provided, however, that such payments shall not exceed 70 percent of the state aid due for the sum of the approved tuition and maintenance rates and transportation expense provided for herein; provided, however, that payment of eligible claims shall be payable in the order that such claims have been approved for payment by the commissioner of education, and provided further that no claim shall be set aside for insufficiency of funds to make a complete payment, but shall be eligible for a partial payment in one year and shall retain its priority date status for subsequent appropriations desig- nated for such purposes. Notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law to the contrary, funds appropriated herein shall only be
available for liabilities incurred prior to July 1, 2008, shall be used to pay 2006-07 school year claims in the first instance, and represent the maximum amount payable during the 2007-08 state fiscal year. Provided further that, notwithstanding subdivision 3 of section 4408 of the education law, after all other payments received by March 1, 2008 have been made, any remaining available funds may be used to make any additional approved payments. Notwithstanding any provision of law to the contrary, funds appropriated herein shall be available for payment of liabilities heretofore accrued or hereafter to accrue and, subject to the approval of the director of the budget, such funds shall be available to the department net of disallowances, refunds, reimbursements and credits ................. 243,400,000 ....................................... (re. $1,200,000) For services and expenses of the New York state center for school safety for the 2007-08 school year. Funds appropriated herein shall be used to operate a statewide center and shall be subject to an expenditure plan approved by the director of the budget ............ 475,000 ............................................. (re. $253,000) For services and expenses of the health education program for the 2007-08 school year. Funds appropriated herein shall be available for health-related programs including, but not limited to, those providing instruction and supportive services in comprehensive health education and/or acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS) education ... 750,000 ................................ (re. $14,000) For services and expenses of a $30,200,000 2007-08 school year program for extended day and school violence prevention programs ........... 30,200,000 ........................................ (re. $5,957,000) For services and expenses of schools under registration review for the 2007-08 school year. Funds appropriated herein shall only be avail- able upon approval of an expenditure plan developed by the commis- sioner of education and approved by the director of the budget ..... 1,900,000 ........................................... (re. $600,000) For additional grants in aid to certain school districts, public libraries and not-for-profit institutions. Such funds shall be apportioned pursuant to subdivision 5 of section 24 of the state finance law ... 12,995,000 .......................... (re. $741,000) For services and expenses of the New York State Historical Association ... 180,000 ......................................... (re. $180,000) For services and expenses of the rural education advisory council .... 175,000 .............................................. (re. $40,000) For services and expenses for a $600,000 grant for Tech Valley High School ... 600,000 .................................. (re. $600,000) For services and expenses of the Ulster County BOCES associated with the planning and development of the Hudson School of Math, Science and Engineering ... 250,000 ......................... (re. $188,000) For additional services and expenses of a $200,000 2007-08 school year Poughkeepsie Magnet School program ... 200,000 ...... (re. $150,000) For services and expenses associated with the math and science high schools for the 2007-08 school year ... 1,500,000 ... (re. $383,000) For services and expenses of the center for autism and related disa- bilities at the state university of New York at Albany ............. 500,000 .............................................. (re. $12,000)
For additional services and expenses of the center for autism and related disabilities at the state university of New York at Albany ... 500,000 ......................................... (re. $500,000) For services and expenses of the missing children prevention educa- tion program for the 2007-08 school year ........................... 1,000,000 ......................................... (re. $1,000,000) For services and expenses of the summer food program for the 2007-08 school year ... 3,300,000 ............................. (re. $1,000) For payments to schools providing special services or programs as defined in paragraphs e, g, i, and l of subdivision 2 of section 4401 of the education law to help prevent excessive instructional staff turnover through a targeted adjustment of compensation for teachers providing direct instructional services to students at such schools. The commissioner of education shall develop an allocation plan, subject to the approval of the director of the budget, that distributes funds appropriated herein among eligible schools. Such funds shall be distributed among eligible schools, in the same manner and amounts as they received in the 2006-07 school year ..... 2,000,000 ......................................... (re. $2,000,000) For additional payments to schools providing special services or programs as defined in paragraphs e, g, i, and l of subdivision 2 of section 4401 of the education law and approved preschool programs in accordance with section 4410 of the education law to help prevent excessive instructional staff turnover through a targeted adjustment of compensation for teachers providing direct instructional services to students at such schools. The commissioner of education shall develop an allocation plan that distributes funds appropriated here- in among eligible schools ... 2,000,000 ........... (re. $2,000,000) For services and expenses of the national board for professional teaching standards certification grant program for the 2007-08 school year ... 500,000 ............................. (re. $500,000) By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2007, as amended by chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2008: For services and expenses of the NYS Restaurant Association Educa- tional Foundation ProStart School-to-Career Program ................ 200,000 ............................................. (re. $200,000) By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2006: For services and expenses of remaining obligations for the 2005-06 school year targeted prekindergarten program and payments for the 2006-07 school year targeted prekindergarten program grants under rules and regulations to be adopted by the regents upon recommenda- tion of the commissioner of education and subject to the approval of the director of the budget. Such funds shall be expended pursuant to a plan developed by the commissioner of education and approved by the director of the budget ... 50,200,000 ......... (re. $2,118,000) For advances to Hurd city school districts pursuant to the provisions of chapter 280 of the laws of 1978 ... 259,000 ........ (re. $1,100) For nonpublic school aid for the 2006-07 school year program. Notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law, funds shall be
available for payment of aid heretofore accrued and hereafter to accrue ... 87,500,000 ............................. (re. $7,514,000) For July and August programs for school-aged children with handicap- ping conditions pursuant to section 4408 of the education law. Moneys appropriated herein shall be used as follows: (i) for remain- ing base year and prior school years obligations, (ii) for the purposes of subdivision 4 of section 3602 of the education law for schools operated under articles 87 and 88 of the education law, and (iii) notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law, for payments made pursuant to this section for current school year obli- gations, provided, however, that such payments shall not exceed 70 percent of the state aid due for the sum of the approved tuition and maintenance rates and transportation expense provided for herein; provided, however, that payment of eligible claims shall be payable in the order that such claims have been approved for payment by the commissioner of education, but in no case shall a single payee draw down more than 45 percent of the appropriation provided for the purposes of this section, and provided further that no claim shall be set aside for insufficiency of funds to make a complete payment, but shall be eligible for a partial payment in one year and shall retain its priority date status for subsequent appropriations desig- nated for such purposes. Notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law to the contrary, funds appropriated herein shall only be available for liabilities incurred prior to July 1, 2007, shall be used to pay 2005-06 school year claims in the first instance, and represent the maximum amount payable during the 2006-07 state fiscal year. Notwithstanding any provision of law to the contrary, funds appropriated herein shall be available for payment of liabilities heretofore accrued or hereafter to accrue and, subject to the approval of the director of the budget, such funds shall be avail- able to the department net of disallowances, refunds, reimbursements and credits ... 237,900,000 ......................... (re. $910,000) For services and expenses of the New York state center for school safety. Funds appropriated herein shall be used to operate a state- wide center and shall be subject to an expenditure plan approved by the director of the budget ... 475,000 .............. (re. $143,000) For the development and implementation of a civility, citizenship and character education curriculum ... 475,000 .......... (re. $122,000) For services and expenses of the health education program for the 2006-07 school year. Funds appropriated herein shall be available for health-related programs including, but not limited to, those providing instruction and supportive services in comprehensive health education and/or acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS) education ... 750,000 ............................... (re. $155,000) For academic intervention for nonpublic schools based on a plan to be developed by the commissioner of education and approved by the director of the budget ... 1,000,000 ................ (re. $722,000) For services and expenses of schools under registration review for the 2006-07 school year. Funds appropriated herein shall only be avail- able upon approval of an expenditure plan developed by the commis- sioner of education and approved by the director of the budget ..... 1,900,000 ........................................... (re. $459,000)
For additional grants in aid to certain school districts, public libraries and not-for-profit institutions including seventy percent of a $26,670,000 2006-07 school year teacher resource and computer training center program, seventy percent of a $4,000,000 2006-07 school year teacher mentor intern program, and $500,000 for the national board for professional teaching standards program ......... 81,456,250 ....................................... (re. $18,155,000) For services and expenses of the rural education advisory council .... 100,000 .............................................. (re. $75,000) For services and expenses of the regional center for autism SUNY Alba- ny ... 500,000 ........................................ (re. $5,000) For services and expenses associated with three Math and Science High Schools, provided that one such high school shall be located in a City with more than one million inhabitants, one shall be located outside of a city with one million inhabitants, and one shall be the educational entity created by chapter 757 of the laws of 2005. Each school shall be eligible for a grant up to $500,000 for the costs of providing an enhanced high school curriculum. Such grant may provide for up to twenty-five percent of the operations of the Math and Science High School. School districts shall jointly submit an appli- cation with a New York State college or university in order to be eligible for funding pursuant to this appropriation. Such joint application shall detail the cooperative activities, that the school district and higher educational institution will occur at the Math and Science High School. The enhanced math and science curriculum to be provided by the school located in a city with more than one million inhabitants shall be provided by a school accredited to give its graduates both a New York State Regents diploma and an Associ- ates of Arts degree with more than half of its faculty possessing terminal degrees in their subject area, and all of the science and math classes provided to all of that school's third and fourth year students shall be given for college credit and taught by faculty members who possess an advanced degree in their subject area. Provided however, that the educational entity created by chapter 757 of the laws of 2005 shall not be required to submit a joint applica- tion with a New York State college or university ................... 1,500,000 ........................................... (re. $384,000) By chapter 53, section 1 of the laws of 2005: For services and expenses of remaining obligations for the 2004-05 school year targeted prekindergarten program and payments for the 2005-06 school year targeted prekindergarten program grants under rules and regulations to be adopted by the regents upon recommenda- tion of the commissioner of education and subject to the approval of the director of the budget. Such funds shall be expended pursuant to a plan developed by the commissioner of education and approved by the director of the budget ... 50,200,000 ......... (re. $9,100,000) For the school lunch and breakfast program. Funds for the school lunch and breakfast program shall be expended subject to the limitation of funds available and may be used to reimburse sponsors of non-profit school lunch, breakfast, or other school child feeding programs based upon the number of federally reimbursable breakfasts and
lunches served to students under such program agreements entered into by the state education department and such sponsors, in accord- ance with an act of Congress entitled the "National School Lunch Act," P.L. 79-396, as amended, or the provisions of the "Child Nutrition Act of 1966," P.L. 89-642, as amended, in the case of school breakfast programs to reimburse sponsors in excess of the federal rates of reimbursement. Notwithstanding any provision of law to the contrary, the moneys hereby appropriated, or so much thereof as may be necessary, are to be available for the purposes herein specified for obligations heretofore accrued or hereafter to accrue for the school years beginning July 1, 2003, July 1, 2004 and July 1, 2005 ... 31,700,000 ................................ (re. $5,000) For nonpublic school aid for the 2005-06 school year program. Notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law, funds shall be available for payment of aid heretofore accrued and hereafter to accrue ... 87,500,000 ............................. (re. $8,000,000) For July and August programs for school-aged children with handicap- ping conditions pursuant to section 4408 of the education law. Moneys appropriated herein shall be used as follows: (i) for remain- ing base year and prior school years obligations, (ii) for the purposes of subdivision 4 of section 3602 of the education law for schools operated under articles 87 and 88 of the education law, and (iii) notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law, for payments made pursuant to this section for current school year obli- gations, provided, however, that such payments shall not exceed 70 percent of the state aid due for the sum of the approved tuition and maintenance rates and transportation expense provided for herein; provided, however, that payment of eligible claims shall be payable in the order that such claims have been approved for payment by the commissioner of education, but in no case shall a single payee draw down more than 45 percent of the appropriation provided for the purposes of this section, and provided further that no claim shall be set aside for insufficiency of funds to make a complete payment, but shall be eligible for a partial payment in one year and shall retain its priority date status for subsequent appropriations desig- nated for such purposes. Notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law to the contrary, funds appropriated herein shall only be available for liabilities incurred prior to July 1, 2006, shall be used to pay 2004-05 school year claims in the first instance, and represent the maximum amount payable during the 2005-06 state fiscal year. Notwithstanding any provision of law to the contrary, funds appropriated herein shall be available for payment of liabilities heretofore accrued or hereafter to accrue and, subject to the approval of the director of the budget, such funds shall be avail- able to the department net of disallowances, refunds, reimbursements and credits ... 189,900,000 ....................... (re. $1,025,000) For services and expenses of the health education program for the 2005-06 school year. Funds appropriated herein shall be available for health-related programs including, but not limited to, those providing instruction and supportive services in comprehensive health education and/or acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS) education ... 750,000 ............................... (re. $211,300)
For academic intervention for nonpublic schools based on a plan to be developed by the commissioner of education and approved by the director of the budget ... 1,000,000 ................ (re. $890,000) For services and expenses of a $28,690,000 2005-06 school year program for extended day and school violence prevention programs ........... 28,690,000 ....................................... (re. $15,100,000) For services and expenses of schools under registration review for the 2005-06 school year. Funds appropriated herein shall only be avail- able upon approval of an expenditure plan developed by the commis- sioner of education and approved by the director of the budget ..... 1,900,000 ........................................... (re. $600,000) For additional grants-in-aid to certain school districts, public libraries and not for profit institutions including 50 percent of a $500,000 school year program for the 2005-06 NYC peer intervention program and 50 percent of a $500,000 school year program for the national board for professional teaching standards certification ... 27,110,400 ....................................... (re. $10,000,000) By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2005, as added by chapter 62, section 3, of the laws of 2005: For the development and implementation of a civility, citizenship and character education curriculum ... 475,000 .......... (re. $475,000) By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2004: For services and expenses of remaining obligations for the 2003-04 school year targeted prekindergarten program and payments for the 2004-05 school year targeted prekindergarten program grants under rules and regulations to be adopted by the regents upon recommenda- tion of the commissioner of education and subject to the approval of the director of the budget. Such funds shall be expended pursuant to a plan developed by the commissioner of education and approved by the director of the budget ... 50,200,000 ........ (re. $13,200,000) For grants to schools for specific programs, $5,000,000 for programs involving literacy and basic education for public assistance recipi- ents for the 2004-05 school year program ........................... 5,000,000 ......................................... (re. $1,250,000) For a program of acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS) education for the 2004-05 school year ... 658,400 ............. (re. $314,400) For the school lunch and breakfast program. Funds for the school lunch and breakfast program shall be expended subject to the limitation of funds available and may be used to reimburse sponsors of non-profit school lunch, breakfast, or other school child feeding programs based upon the number of federally reimbursable breakfasts and lunches served to students under such program agreements entered into by the state education department and such sponsors, in accord- ance with an act of Congress entitled the "National School Lunch Act," P.L. 79-396, as amended, or the provisions of the "Child Nutrition Act of 1966," P.L. 89-642, as amended, in the case of school breakfast programs to reimburse sponsors in excess of the federal rates of reimbursement. Notwithstanding any provision of law to the contrary, the moneys hereby appropriated, or so much thereof as may be necessary, are to be available for the purposes herein
specified for obligations heretofore accrued or hereafter to accrue for the school years beginning July 1, 2002, July 1, 2003 and July 1, 2004 ... 31,700,000 ........................... (re. $16,000,000) For nonpublic school aid for the 2004-05 school year program. Notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law, funds shall be available for payment of aid heretofore accrued and hereafter to accrue ... 83,300,000 ............................. (re. $5,403,000) For allowances to private schools for the blind and the deaf. Notwithstanding any other inconsistent provisions of law, such funds appropriated herein shall be for the New York state pupils approved to attend such schools and whose admissions, attendance and termi- nation therein is in accordance with rules and regulations of the commissioner of education. Of the amounts appropriated herein, up to $6,651,000 shall be used for debt service on capital construction projects financed through the state dormitory authority and $98,020,000 shall be available for allowances to schools for the blind and deaf ....................... 104,671,000 ....................................... (re. $3,334,000) For July and August programs for school-aged children with handicap- ping conditions pursuant to section 4408 of the education law. Notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law to the contrary, funds appropriated herein shall only be available for liabilities incurred prior to July 1, 2005, shall be used to pay 2003-04 school year claims in the first instance, and represent the maximum amount payable during the 2004-05 state fiscal year ....................... 182,400,000 ......................................... (re. $906,000) For services and expenses of the New York state center for school safety. Funds appropriated herein shall be used to operate a state- wide center and shall be subject to an expenditure plan approved by the director of the budget ... 475,000 ............... (re. $45,400) For services and expenses of the comprehensive school health demon- stration program for the 2004-05 school year ....................... 349,200 ............................................. (re. $248,000) For academic intervention for nonpublic schools based on a plan to be developed by the commissioner and approved by the director of the budget ... 1,000,000 .............................. (re. $1,000,000) For services and expenses of the school health demonstration project for the 2004-05 school year ... 142,500 .............. (re. $94,800) For services and expenses of schools under registration review for the 2004-05 school year. Funds appropriated herein shall only be avail- able upon approval of an expenditure plan developed by the commis- sioner and approved by the director of the budget .................. 1,900,000 ............................................ (re. $28,500) For additional grants-in-aid to certain school districts, public libraries and not-for-profit institutions .......................... 18,293,400 .......................................... (re. $580,000) By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2003: For services and expenses of a $42,670,000 2003-04 school year target- ed prekindergarten program under rules and regulations to be adopted by the regents upon recommendation of the commissioner of education and subject to the approval of the director of the budget. Such
funds shall be expended pursuant to a plan of expenditure developed by the commissioner of education and approved by the director of the budget and for remaining obligations for any predecessor program ... 46,435,000 .......................................... (re. $470,000) For nonpublic school aid for the 2003-04 school year program. Notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law, funds shall be available for payment of aid heretofore accrued and hereafter to accrue ... 72,800,000 ............................. (re. $5,000,000) By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2003, as amended by chapter 684, section 1, of the laws of 2003: For additional grants in aid to certain school districts, public libraries and not for profit educational institutions, in addition to services and expenses of the teacher resources and computer training centers programs ... 41,498,700 .......... (re. $6,691,000) By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2002: For services and expenses of the missing children education program for the 2002-03 school year ... 900,000 ............. (re. $756,000) For the school lunch and breakfast program. Funds for the school lunch and breakfast program shall be expended subject to the limitation of funds available and may be used to reimburse sponsors of non-profit school lunch, breakfast, or other school child feeding programs based upon the number of federally reimbursable breakfasts and lunches served to students under such program agreements entered into by the state education department and such sponsors, in accord- ance with an act of Congress entitled the "National School Lunch Act," P.L. 79-396, as amended, or the provisions of the "Child Nutrition Act of 1966," P.L. 89-642, as amended, in the case of school breakfast programs to reimburse sponsors in excess of the federal rates of reimbursement. Notwithstanding any provision of law to the contrary, the moneys hereby appropriated, or so much thereof as may be necessary, are to be available for the purposes herein specified for obligations heretofore accrued or hereafter to accrue for the school years beginning July 1, 2000, July 1, 2001 and July 1, 2002 ... 31,700,000 ............................ (re. $1,700,000) For payments for the 2002-03 school year program of schools as commu- nity sites to assist school districts and boards of cooperative educational services with high percentages of disadvantaged students to promote coordinated management of the resources of the schools and communities, pursuant to an expenditure plan developed by the commissioner of education and transmitted to the director of the budget and the chairs of the senate finance and assembly ways and means committees ... 6,000,000 .................... (re. $3,215,000) For services and expenses of the New York state center for school safety. Funds appropriated herein shall be used to operate a state- wide center and shall be subject to an expenditure plan approved by the director of the budget ... 500,000 ............... (re. $15,100) For the development and implementation of a civility, citizenship and character education curriculum ... 500,000 .......... (re. $108,800) For stabilization grants-in-aid for the 2002-03 school year .......... 7,763,200 ............................................. (re. $1,000)
For services and expenses of the national board for professional teaching standards certification grant program ..................... 500,000 .............................................. (re. $60,100) For services and expenses of the Beacon Magnet School ................ 48,000 .................................................. (re. $800) For grants-in-aid to certain school districts, public libraries and not-for-profit educational institutions ............................ 9,587,300 ......................................... (re. $2,188,000) By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2001: For services and expenses of the effective schools consortia network for the 2001-02 school year program. Such funds appropriated herein may be used by the commissioner of education for grants to school districts, boards of cooperative educational services or not-for- profit organizations for partnerships between school districts and community based organizations, boards of cooperative educational services, or consortia composed of school districts, boards of coop- erative educational services, and not-for-profit organizations. Notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law, funds appropri- ated herein shall be available for payment of aid hereafter to accrue ... 1,889,200 .............................. (re. $1,100,000) For grants to schools for specific programs, $5,000,000 for programs involving literacy and basic education for public assistance recipi- ents for the 2001-02 school year program. Notwithstanding any incon- sistent provision of law, funds appropriated herein shall be avail- able for payment of aid hereafter to accrue ........................ 5,000,000 ......................................... (re. $1,120,000) For the school lunch and breakfast program. Funds for the school lunch and breakfast program shall be expended subject to the limitation of funds available and may be used to reimburse sponsors of non-profit school lunch, breakfast, or other school child feeding programs based upon the number of federally reimbursable breakfasts and lunches served to students under such program agreements entered into by the state education department and such sponsors, in accord- ance with an act of Congress entitled the "National School Lunch Act," P.L. 79-396, as amended, or the provisions of the "Child Nutrition Act of 1966," P.L. 89-642, as amended, in the case of school breakfast programs to reimburse sponsors in excess of the federal rates of reimbursement. Notwithstanding any provision of law to the contrary, the moneys hereby appropriated, or so much thereof as may be necessary, are to be available for the purposes herein specified for obligations heretofore accrued or hereafter to accrue for the school years beginning July 1, 1999, July 1, 2000 and July 1, 2001 ... 31,700,000 ................................ (re. $9,200) By chapter 382, part C, section 1, of the laws of 2001: For services and expenses of the youth-at-risk/community partnership program for the 2001-02 school year. Of the amounts appropriated herein, up to $325,500 may be made available for department adminis- tration of the 2001-02 school year youth-at-risk/community partner- ship program ... 5,325,500 ........................ (re. $1,440,000)
For fiscal stabilization grants in aid of up to $25,000,000 for the 2001-02 school year to certain school districts, public libraries and not-for-profit educational institutions. Notwithstanding any provision of law to the contrary, funds appropriated herein shall be available for payment of aid hereafter to accrue ................... 25,000,000 .......................................... (re. $500,000) By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2000: For services and expenses of the transferring success program for the 2000-01 school year program ... 629,800 .............. (re. $39,000) For grants to schools for professional development programs in the 2000-01 school year ... 5,000,000 ................. (re. $2,620,000) For a program to establish parenting education programs for parents of children under rules and regulations adopted by the regents upon recommendation of the commissioner of education for the 2000-01 school year ... 506,400 ............................. (re. $111,000) For services and expenses of the workplace literacy program for the 2000-01 school year ... 1,376,100 .................... (re. $14,300) For the development and implementation of a civility, citizenship and character education curriculum ... 500,000 .......... (re. $172,600) For grants-in-aid to certain school districts, public libraries and not-for-profit educational institutions ............................ 16,483,000 ........................................ (re. $1,800,000) For services and expenses of the School Bus Safety Institute ......... 100,000 ............................................. (re. $100,000) For grants-in-aid to certain school districts, public libraries and not-for-profit educational institutions ............................ 15,000,000 .......................................... (re. $100,000) For services and expenses of the: Center for the Disabled ... 100,000 .................... (re. $10,000) Community School District #11 ... 100,000 ............. (re. $100,000) Community School District #31 ... 200,000 .............. (re. $14,000) IS 192 (CSD 08) ... 30,000 ............................. (re. $30,000) PS 14 (CSD 08) ... 30,000 .............................. (re. $22,500) PS 71 (CSD 08) ... 30,000 .............................. (re. $30,000) PS 72 (CSD 08) ... 30,000 .............................. (re. $30,000) PS 81 (CSD 10) ... 10,000 ............................... (re. $4,300) Queens Village Public Library ... 50,000 .................. (re. $800) Rural Education Advisory Committee ... 100,000 .......... (re. $4,400) For additional support of small city school districts ................ 1,000,000 ............................................ (re. $12,000) By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 1999: For services and expenses of the New York City peer intervention program ... 1,000,000 ................................. (re. $2,600) For grants-in-aid to certain school districts, public libraries and not-for-profit educational institutions ............................ 15,000,000 .......................................... (re. $100,000) For services and expenses of: Community School District 11 ... 100,000 ................ (re. $6,000) Community School District 31 ... 200,000 ............... (re. $80,000) IS 192 (CSD 08) ... 30,000 ............................. (re. $30,000)
The New Rochelle School District ... 30,000 ............... (re. $700) PS 14 (CSD 08) ... 30,000 .............................. (re. $30,000) PS 71 (CSD 08) ... 30,000 ............................... (re. $1,500) PS 72 (CSD 08) ... 30,000 ................................. (re. $500) By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 1998: For grants in aid to certain school districts, public libraries and not-for-profit educational institutions ............................ 14,665,000 ........................................ (re. $2,710,000) By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 1997: For services and expenses of schools under registration review ....... 2,000,000 ......................................... (re. $1,205,000) Special Revenue Funds - Federal / State Operations Federal USDA-Food and Nutrition Services Fund - 261 By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2009: For administration of programs funded through the national school lunch act. Personal service ... 4,349,000 ...................... (re. $4,349,000) Nonpersonal service ... 2,154,000 ................... (re. $2,154,000) Fringe benefits ... 1,905,000 ....................... (re. $1,905,000) Indirect costs ... 810,000 ............................ (re. $810,000) For transfer to the state education department's indirect cost recov- ery account (AH) in the miscellaneous special revenue fund ......... 721,000 ............................................. (re. $721,000) By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2008: For administration of programs funded through the national school lunch act. Personal service ... 4,182,000 ........................ (re. $200,000) Nonpersonal service ... 2,071,000 ................... (re. $2,071,000) Fringe benefits ... 1,905,000 ......................... (re. $300,000) Indirect costs ... 747,000 ............................ (re. $100,000) For transfer to the state education department's indirect cost recov- ery account (AH) in the miscellaneous special revenue fund ......... 666,000 ............................................. (re. $200,000) By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2007: For administration of programs funded through the national school lunch act. For the grant period October 1, 2007 to September 30, 2008: Nonpersonal service ... 2,011,000 ..................... (re. $630,000) By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2006: For administration of programs funded through the national school lunch act. For the grant period October 1, 2006 to September 30, 2007: ... .... 8,604,000 ............................................ (re. $45,000)
Special Revenue Funds - Federal / Aid to Localities Federal USDA-Food and Nutrition Services Fund - 261 By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2009: For grants to schools and other eligible entities for programs funded through the national school lunch act .............................. 774,801,000 ..................................... (re. $774,801,000) For grants to schools and other eligible entities for purposes of the National School Lunch Program equipment assistance funded by the American recovery and reinvestment act of 2009. Funds appropriated herein shall be subject to all applicable reporting and accountabil- ity requirements contained in such act ............................. 6,000,000 ......................................... (re. $3,826,000) By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2008: For grants to schools and other eligible entities for programs funded through the national school lunch act .............................. 748,600,000 ...................................... (re. $50,000,000) By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2007: For the grant period October 1, 2007 to September 30, 2008 ........... 726,768,000 ....................................... (re. $2,500,000) Special Revenue Funds - Federal / State Operations Federal Health and Human Services Fund - 265 By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2009: For the administration of federal grants for health education includ- ing HIV/AIDS education. Personal service ... 728,000 .......................... (re. $728,000) Nonpersonal service ... 200,000 ....................... (re. $200,000) Fringe benefits ... 370,000 ........................... (re. $370,000) Indirect costs ... 54,000 .............................. (re. $54,000) For transfer to the state education department's indirect cost recov- ery account (AH) in the miscellaneous special revenue fund ......... 110,000 ............................................. (re. $110,000) By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2008: For the administration of federal grants for health education includ- ing HIV/AIDS education. Personal service ... 813,000 .......................... (re. $100,000) Nonpersonal service ... 115,000 ........................ (re. $65,000) Fringe benefits ... 370,000 ............................ (re. $58,000) Indirect costs ... 54,000 .............................. (re. $20,000) For transfer to the state education department's indirect cost recov- ery account (AH) in the miscellaneous special revenue fund ......... 110,000 .............................................. (re. $50,000) Special Revenue Funds - Federal / Aid to Localities Federal Health and Human Services Fund - 265 By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2009:
For grants to schools for specific programs .......................... 5,000,000 ......................................... (re. $5,000,000) By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2008: For grants to schools for specific programs .......................... 5,000,000 ........................................... (re. $800,000) By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2007: For grants to schools for specific programs. For the grant period July 1, 2007 to June 30, 2008 ................... 5,000,000 ........................................... (re. $350,000) Special Revenue Funds - Federal / State Operations Federal Department of Education Fund - 267 By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2009: For the administration of federal grants pursuant to various federal laws including: elementary and secondary education act (ESEA); no child left behind act (NCLB); including title I improving the academic achievement of the disadvantaged; title II preparing, training, and recruiting high quality teachers and principals; title III language instruction for limited English proficient and immi- grant students; title IV 21st century schools; title V promoting informed parental choice and innovative programs; title VI flexibil- ity and accountability; Carl D. Perkins vocational and applied tech- nology education act (VTEA) and workforce investment act. Personal service ... 55,748,000 .................... (re. $55,748,000) Nonpersonal service ... 36,532,000 ................. (re. $36,532,000) Fringe benefits ... 24,637,000 ..................... (re. $24,637,000) Indirect costs ... 4,513,000 ........................ (re. $4,513,000) For transfer to the state education department's indirect cost recov- ery account (AH) in the miscellaneous special revenue fund ......... 8,590,000 ......................................... (re. $8,590,000) For the administration of various grants. Personal service ... 191,000 .......................... (re. $191,000) Nonpersonal service ... 115,000 ....................... (re. $115,000) Fringe benefits ... 94,000 ............................. (re. $94,000) Indirect costs ... 19,000 .............................. (re. $19,000) For transfer to the state education department's indirect cost recov- ery account (AH) in the miscellaneous special revenue fund ......... 41,000 ............................................... (re. $41,000) By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2008: For the administration of federal grants pursuant to various federal laws including: elementary and secondary education act (ESEA); no child left behind act (NCLB); including title I improving the academic achievement of the disadvantaged; title II preparing, training, and recruiting high quality teachers and principals; title III language instruction for limited English proficient and immi- grant students; title IV 21st century schools; title V promoting informed parental choice and innovative programs; title VI flexibil-
ity and accountability; Carl D. Perkins vocational and applied tech- nology education act (VTEA) and workforce investment act. Personal service ... 54,000,000 ..................... (re. $8,000,000) Nonpersonal service ... 34,403,000 ................. (re. $10,000,000) Fringe benefits ... 24,586,000 ...................... (re. $5,000,000) Indirect costs ... 4,514,000 ........................ (re. $2,000,000) For transfer to the state education department's indirect cost recov- ery account (AH) in the miscellaneous special revenue fund ......... 8,820,000 ......................................... (re. $3,000,000) For the administration of various grants. Personal service ... 191,000 .......................... (re. $100,000) Nonpersonal service ... 115,000 ........................ (re. $15,000) Fringe benefits ... 94,000 ............................. (re. $40,000) Indirect costs ... 19,000 ............................... (re. $8,000) For transfer to the state education department's indirect cost recov- ery account (AH) in the miscellaneous special revenue fund ......... 41,000 ............................................... (re. $18,000) By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2007: For the administration of federal grants pursuant to various federal laws including: elementary and secondary education act (ESEA); no child left behind act (NCLB); including title I improving the academic achievement of the disadvantaged; title II preparing, training, and recruiting high quality teachers and principals; title III language instruction for limited English proficient and immi- grant students; title IV 21st century schools; title V promoting informed parental choice and innovative programs; title VI flexibil- ity and accountability; Carl D. Perkins vocational and applied tech- nology education act (VTEA) and workforce investment act. For the grant period July 1, 2007 to June 30, 2008: Personal service ... 51,346,000 ....................... (re. $700,000) Nonpersonal service ... 33,135,000 .................. (re. $1,000,000) Fringe benefits ... 22,251,000 ........................ (re. $400,000) Indirect costs ... 4,489,000 .......................... (re. $200,000) For transfer to the state education department's indirect cost recov- ery account (AH) in the miscellaneous special revenue fund ......... 8,764,000 ........................................... (re. $100,000) For the grant period October 1, 2007 to September 30, 2008: Personal service ... 314,000 ........................... (re. $50,000) Nonpersonal service ... 47,000 ......................... (re. $47,000) Fringe benefits ... 136,000 ............................ (re. $20,000) Indirect costs ... 25,000 ............................... (re. $4,000) For transfer to the state education department's indirect cost recov- ery account (AH) in the miscellaneous special revenue fund ......... 56,000 ................................................ (re. $9,000) By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2006: For the administration of federal grants pursuant to various federal laws including: elementary and secondary education act (ESEA); no child left behind act (NCLB); including title I improving the academic achievement of the disadvantaged; title II preparing, training, and recruiting high quality teachers and principals; title
III language instruction for limited English proficient and immi- grant students; title IV 21st century schools; title V promoting informed parental choice and innovative programs; title VI flexibil- ity and accountability; Carl D. Perkins vocational and applied tech- nology education act (VTEA) and workforce investment act. For the grant period July 1, 2006 to June 30, 2007: .................. 114,440,000 ......................................... (re. $300,000) For the grant period October 1, 2006 to September 30, 2007: .......... 562,000 ............................................. (re. $100,000) Special Revenue Funds - Federal / State Operations Federal [Institute] DEPARTMENT of Education [Sciences] Fund - 267 By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2009: For administration of federal grants pursuant to the statewide data systems grant program provided under section 208 of the educational technical assistance act, as funded by the American recovery and reinvestment act of 2009. Notwithstanding any other provision of law to the contrary, funds appropriated herein may be suballocated, subject to the approval of the director of the budget, to any state agency or department for the purposes of section 208 of the Educa- tion Technical Assistance Act as funded by the American recovery and reinvestment act of 2009. Funds appropriated herein shall be subject to all applicable reporting and accountability requirements contained in such act ... 10,000,000 ............. (re. $10,000,000) Special Revenue Funds - Federal / Aid to Localities Federal Department of Education Fund - 267 By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2009: For grants to schools for specific programs .......................... 3,747,000 ......................................... (re. $3,747,000) For grants to schools for specific programs including, but not limited to, grants for purposes under title I of the elementary and second- ary education act ... 1,807,000,000 ........... (re. $1,807,000,000) For grants to schools for purposes under part A of title 1 of the elementary and secondary education act as funded by the American recovery and reinvestment act of 2009. Funds appropriated herein shall be subject to all applicable reporting and accountability requirements contained in such act ................................. 454,000,000 ..................................... (re. $445,804,000) For school improvement grants provided to title I of the elementary and secondary education act as funded by the American recovery and reinvestment act of 2009. Funds appropriated herein shall be subject to all applicable reporting and accountability requirements contained in such act ... 127,000,000 ........... (re. $127,000,000) For additional services provided under title VII subtitle B of the McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act funded by the American recov- ery and reinvestments act of 2009. Funds appropriated herein shall be subject to all applicable reporting and accountability require- ments contained in such act ... 4,500,000 ......... (re. $4,500,000)
For grants to schools and other eligible entities for state grants for improving teacher quality pursuant to title II of the elementary and secondary education act ... 232,401,000 ......... (re. $232,401,000) For grants to schools and other eligible entities for a safe and drug free school program pursuant to title IV of the elementary and secondary education act ... 28,815,000 ........... (re. $28,815,000) For grants to schools and other eligible entities for the innovative education strategies state grants program pursuant to title V of the elementary and secondary education act ............................. 13,017,000 ....................................... (re. $13,017,000) For grants to schools and other eligible entities for vocational and adult education programs or any successor programs ................. 117,282,000 ..................................... (re. $117,282,000) For grants to schools and other eligible entities for educational technology state grants program pursuant to title III of the elemen- tary and secondary education act ................................... 65,000,000 ....................................... (re. $65,000,000) For additional education technology grants to carry out part D of title II of the elementary and secondary education act of 1965 fund- ed by the American recovery and Reinvestment act of 2009. Funds appropriated herein shall be subject to all applicable reporting and accountability requirements contained in such act .................. 28,000,000 ....................................... (re. $28,000,000) By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2008: For grants to schools for specific programs .......................... 3,747,000 ........................................... (re. $937,000) For grants to schools for specific programs including, but not limited to, grants for purposes under title I of the elementary and second- ary education act ... 1,807,000,000 ............. (re. $451,750,000) For grants to schools and other eligible entities for state grants for improving teacher quality pursuant to title II of the elementary and secondary education act ... 232,401,000 .......... (re. $58,101,000) For grants to schools and other eligible entities for a safe and drug free school program pursuant to title IV of the elementary and secondary education act ... 28,815,000 ............ (re. $7,204,000) For grants to schools and other eligible entities for the innovative education strategies state grants program pursuant to title V of the elementary and secondary education act ............................. 13,017,000 ........................................ (re. $3,255,000) For grants to schools and other eligible entities for vocational and adult education programs or any successor programs ................. 117,282,000 ...................................... (re. $29,321,000) For grants to schools and other eligible entities for educational technology state grants program pursuant to title III of the elemen- tary and secondary education act ................................... 65,000,000 ....................................... (re. $16,250,000) By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2007: For grants to schools for specific programs including, but not limited to, grants for purposes under title I of the elementary and second- ary education act.
For the grant period July 1, 2007 to June 30, 2008 ................... 1,758,398,000 .................................... (re. $20,000,000) For grants to schools and other eligible entities for state grants for improving teacher quality pursuant to title II of the elementary and secondary education act. For the grant period July 1, 2007 to June 30, 2008 ................... 232,401,000 ...................................... (re. $10,000,000) For grants to schools and other eligible entities for a safe and drug free school program pursuant to title IV of the elementary and secondary education act. For the grant period July 1, 2007 to June 30, 2008 ................... 28,815,000 ........................................ (re. $4,000,000) For grants to schools and other eligible entities for the innovative education strategies state grants program pursuant to title V of the elementary and secondary education act. For the grant period July 1, 2007 to June 30, 2008 ................... 13,017,000 ........................................ (re. $1,200,000) For grants to schools and other eligible entities for vocational and adult education programs or any successor programs. For the grant period July 1, 2007 to June 30, 2008 ................... 117,282,000 ....................................... (re. $7,800,000) For grants to schools and other eligible entities for educational technology state grants program pursuant to title III of the elemen- tary and secondary education act. For the grant period July 1, 2007 to June 30, 2008 ................... 65,000,000 ........................................ (re. $4,500,000) By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2006: For grants to schools for specific programs including, but not limited to, grants for purposes under title I of the elementary and second- ary education act. For the grant period July 1, 2006 to June 30, 2007 ................... 1,701,068,000 ........................................ (re. $20,000) Special Revenue Funds - Federal / Aid to Localities State Fiscal Stabilization Fund - 267 By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2009: For the purposes of the state fiscal stabilization fund-other govern- mental services fund as funded by the American recovery and rein- vestment act of 2009. Funds appropriated herein shall be subject to all applicable reporting and accountability requirements contained in such act. Funds appropriated herein shall be available for services and expenses of the associated with math and science high school for the 2009-10 school year ... 1,382,000 ......................... (re. $1,382,000) For the purposes of the state fiscal stabilization fund-other govern- mental services fund as funded by the American recovery and rein- vestment act of 2009. Funds appropriated herein shall be subject to all applicable reporting and accountability requirements contained in such act.
Funds appropriated herein shall be available for services and expenses of a $6,000,000 special academic improvement grants program for the 2009-10 school year payable notwithstanding any provision of law to the contrary, funds appropriate herein shall be paid pursuant to a schedule developed by the commissioner and approved by the director of the budget ... 6,000,000 ....................... (re. $6,000,000) For the purposes of the state fiscal stabilization fund-other govern- mental services fund as funded by the American recovery and rein- vestment act of 2009. Funds appropriated herein shall be subject to all applicable reporting and accountability requirements contained in such act. Funds appropriated herein shall be available for payments of the $2,000,000 teacher mentor intern program for the 2009-10 school year 2,000,000 ......................................... (re. $1,983,000) For the purposes of the state fiscal stabilization fund-other govern- mental services fund as funded by the American recovery and rein- vestment act of 2009. Funds appropriated herein shall be subject to all applicable reporting and accountability requirements contained in such act. Funds appropriated herein shall be available for educational services and expenses of the Syracuse City School District for the Say Yes to Education Program ... 350,000 ....................... (re. $350,000) For the purposes of the teacher incentive fund program as funded by the American recovery and reinvestment act of 2009. Funds appropri- ated herein shall be subject to all applicable reporting and accountability requirements contained in such act .................. 20,000,000 ....................................... (re. $20,000,000) The appropriation made by chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2009, is hereby amended and reappropriated to read: For the purposes of the state fiscal stabilization fund-other govern- mental services fund as funded by the American recovery and rein- vestment act of 2009. Funds appropriated [hearin] HEREIN shall be subject to all applicable reporting and accountability requirements contained in such act. Funds appropriated herein shall be available for the state's share of the costs of the education of preschool children with disabilities [for the 2008-09 school year] pursuant to section 4410 of the educa- tion law. Notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law to the contrary, the amount appropriated herein, in combination with amounts appropriated for such purpose in the General Fund-Local Assistance Account, represents the maximum amount payable [during the 2009-10 state fiscal year] and shall support a state share of preschool handicapped education costs [for the 2008-09 school year] limited to 59.5 percent of such total approved expenditures. Notwithstanding any provision of law to the contrary, funds appro- priated herein shall be available for payment of liabilities hereto- fore accrued or hereafter to accrue and, subject to the approval of the director of the budget, such funds shall be available to the department net of disallowances, refunds, reimbursements and credits ... 132,800,000 ................................. (re. $132,800,000)
For the purposes of the state fiscal stabilization fund-state incen- tive grants as funded by the American recovery and reinvestment act of 2009. Notwithstanding any other provision of law to contrary, funds appropriated herein may be suballocated, subject to the approval of the director of [he] THE budget, to any state agency or department for the purposes of the state fiscal stabilization fund- state incentive grants as funded by the American recovery and rein- vestment act of 2009. Funds appropriated herein shall be subject to all applicable reporting and accountability requirements contained in such act ... 200,000,000 ..................... (re. $200,000,000) By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2009, as amended by chapter 502, section 2, of the laws of 2009: For support of elementary, secondary, and post-secondary education from the state fiscal stabilization fund-education fund as funded by the American recovery and reinvestment act of 2009. Notwithstanding any other provision of law to the contrary, of the amounts appropri- ated herein, up to a total of $38,400,000 may be suballocated or transferred, subject to the approval of the director of the budget, to the state university of New York and the city university of New York for operating expenses of community colleges of which $27,648,000 shall be available for suballocation or transfer to the state university of New York community college operating assistance program and $10,752,000 shall be available for suballocation or transfer to the city university of New York community colleges program. Funds appropriate herein shall be subject to all applicable reporting and accountability requirements contained in such act ... 1,626,000,000 ................................. (re. $1,508,332,000) For the purposes of the state fiscal stabilization fund-other govern- mental services fund as funded by the American recovery and rein- vestment act of 2009. Funds appropriated herein shall be subject to all applicable reporting and accountability requirements contained in such act. Funds appropriated herein shall be available for services and expenses of a $40,000,000 teacher resources and computer training centers program for the 2009-10 school year provided that, notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law, subject to the approval of the director of the budget. Funds appropriated herein shall be subject to all applicable reporting and accountability requirements contained in such act; provided, however that the amount of this appropriation available for expenditure and disbursement on and after November 1, 2009 shall be reduced by 12.5 percent of the amount that was undisbursed as of November 1, 2009 ................. 40,000,000 ....................................... (re. $35,000,000) Special Revenue Funds - Federal / Aid to Localities Federal Operating Grants Fund - 290 By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2009: For grants to schools for specific programs .......................... 5,000,000 ......................................... (re. $5,000,000)
By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2008: For grants to schools for specific programs .......................... 5,000,000 ........................................... (re. $300,000) Special Revenue Funds - Other / Aid to Localities State Lottery Fund - 160 By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2009: For general support for public schools ............................... 2,038,980,000 ......................................... (re. 21,000) By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2009, as amended by chapter 502, section 2, of the laws of 2009: For general support for public schools for the 2009-10 school year, for grants awarded pursuant to subparagraph 2-a of paragraph b of subdivision 4 of section 92-C of the state finance law ............. 547,000,000 ...................................... (re. 134,081,000) Special Revenue Funds - Other / State Operations Miscellaneous Special Revenue Fund - 339 National Cooperative Education Statistics Account By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2009: For services and expenses of the national cooperative education statistics program. Contractual services ... 100,000 ....................... (re. $58,000) Special Revenue Funds - Other / State Operations Miscellaneous Special Revenue Fund - 339 Summer School of Arts Account By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2009: For services and expenses of the summer school of the arts. Notwith- standing any inconsistent provision of law, a portion of this appro- priation may be suballocated to other state departments and agen- cies, as needed, to accomplish the intent of this appropriation. Contractual services ... 1,367,000 .................... (re. $435,000) OFFICE OF HIGHER EDUCATION AND THE PROFESSIONS PROGRAM General Fund / Aid to Localities Local Assistance Account - 001 By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2009: For postsecondary aid to Native Americans to fund awards to eligible students. Notwithstanding any other provision of law to the contra- ry, the amount herein made available shall constitute the state's entire obligation for all costs incurred under section 4118 of the education law in state fiscal year 2009-10 ......................... 598,000 ............................................. (re. $145,000) For additional collegiate science and technology entry program (CSTEP) awards ... 3,600,000 .............................. (re. $2,462,000)
For teacher opportunity corps program awards ......................... 671,000 ............................................. (re. $618,000) For state financial assistance to expand High Needs Nursing Programs at private colleges and universities in accordance with section 6401-a of the education law ... 941,000 ............. (re. $941,000) For services and expenses of dental clinics pursuant to the following sub-schedule ... 1,050,000 ........................ (re. $1,050,000) sub-schedule Columbia University ................ 420,000 New York University College of Dentistry ........................ 630,000 For services and expenses related to the operation of the ATTAIN lab program ... 959,000 ................................. (re. $959,000) By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2009, as amended by chapter 502, section 2, of the laws of 2009: The moneys herein appropriated shall be available for higher and continuing education programs provided by independent colleges, universities and other organizations approved by the state education department. For liberty partnerships program awards as prescribed by section 612 of the education law as added by chapter 425 of the laws of 1988. Notwithstanding any other section of law to the contrary, funding for such programs in the 2009-10 fiscal year shall be limited to the amount appropriated herein ... 10,842,000 ........ (re. $10,842,000) Unrestricted aid to independent colleges and universities, notwith- standing any other section of law to the contrary, aid otherwise due and payable in the 2009-10 fiscal year shall be limited to the amount appropriated herein; provided, however, that the amount of this appropriation available for expenditure and disbursement on and after November 1, 2009 shall be reduced by 12.5 percent of the amount that was undisbursed as of November 1, 2009 ................. 41,600,000 ....................................... (re. $13,251,000) For higher education opportunity program awards. Funds appropriated herein shall be used by independent colleges to expand opportunities for the educationally and economically disadvantaged at independent institutions of higher learning; provided, however, that the amount of this appropriation available for expenditure and disbursement on and after November 1, 2009 shall be reduced by 12.5 percent of the amount that was undisbursed as of November 1, 2009 ................. 23,752,000 ....................................... (re. $20,783,000) For science and technology entry program (STEP) awards ............... 9,774,000 ......................................... (re. $6,374,000) For collegiate science and technology entry program (CSTEP)awards .... 3,806,000 ......................................... (re. $2,477,000) By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2008: For additional services and expenses of the liberty partnerships programs as prescribed by section 612 of the education law as added
by chapter 425 of the laws of 1988. Notwithstanding any other section of law to the contrary, additional funding for such programs in the 2008-09 fiscal year shall be limited to the amount appropri- ated herein ... 240,000 .............................. (re. $20,000) For additional services and expenses of the higher education opportu- nity program. Funds appropriated herein shall be used by independent colleges to expand opportunities for the educationally and econom- ically disadvantaged at independent institutions of higher learning ... 484,000 ......................................... (re. $484,000) For additional services and expenses of the STEP and CSTEP programs ... 380,000 ........................................... (re. $2,000) For additional services and expenses of the Teacher Opportunity Corps Programs ... 14,000 ................................... (re. $1,000) By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2008, as amended by chapter 496, section 3, of the laws of 2008: The moneys herein appropriated shall be available for higher and continuing education programs provided by independent colleges, universities and other organizations approved by the state education department. For liberty partnerships program awards as prescribed by section 612 of the education law as added by chapter 425 of the laws of 1988. Notwithstanding any other section of law to the contrary, funding for such programs in the 2008-09 fiscal year shall be limited to the amount appropriated herein, provided, however, that the amount of this appropriation available for expenditure and disbursement on and after September 1, 2008 shall be reduced by six percent of the amount that was undisbursed as of August 15, 2008 .................. 11,778,000 ........................................ (re. $2,868,000) For additional services and expenses of the Liberty Partnerships Program for the 2008-09 academic year, provided, however, that the amount of this appropriation available for expenditure and disburse- ment on and after September 1, 2008 shall be reduced by six percent of the amount that was undisbursed as of August 15, 2008 ........... 538,000 ............................................. (re. $122,000) Unrestricted aid to independent colleges and universities, notwith- standing any other section of law to the contrary, aid otherwise due and payable in the 2008-09 fiscal year shall be limited to the amount appropriated herein, provided, however, that the amount of this appropriation available for expenditure and disbursement on and after September 1, 2008 shall be reduced by six percent of the amount that was undisbursed as of August 15, 2008 .................. 41,711,000 .......................................... (re. $357,000) For higher education opportunity program awards. Funds appropriated herein shall be used by independent colleges to expand opportunities for the educationally and economically disadvantaged at independent institutions of higher learning, provided, however, that the amount of this appropriation available for expenditure and disbursement on and after September 1, 2008 shall be reduced by six percent of the amount that was undisbursed as of August 15, 2008 .................. 23,716,000 ........................................ (re. $6,020,000)
For additional services and expenses of the higher education opportu- nity program for the 2008-09 academic year, provided, however, that the amount of this appropriation available for expenditure and disbursement on and after September 1, 2008 shall be reduced by six percent of the amount that was undisbursed as of August 15, 2008 ... 1,037,000 ........................................... (re. $974,780) For science and technology entry program (STEP) and the collegiate science and technology entry program (CSTEP) awards, provided, however, that the amount of this appropriation available for expend- iture and disbursement on and after September 1, 2008 shall be reduced by six percent of the amount that was undisbursed as of August 15, 2008 ... 18,620,000 .................... (re. $3,629,000) For teacher opportunity corps program awards, provided, however, that the amount of this appropriation available for expenditure and disbursement on and after September 1, 2008 shall be reduced by six percent of the amount that was undisbursed as of August 15, 2008 ... 699,000 .............................................. (re. $10,000) By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2007: The moneys herein appropriated shall be available for higher and continuing education programs provided by independent colleges, universities and other organizations approved by the state education department. For services and expenses of liberty partnerships programs as prescribed by section 612 of the education law as added by chapter 425 of the laws of 1988. Notwithstanding any other section of law to the contrary, funding for such programs in the 2007-08 fiscal year shall be limited to the amount appropriated herein ................. 12,018,000 .......................................... (re. $271,000) Unrestricted aid to independent colleges and universities, notwith- standing any other section of law to the contrary, aid otherwise due and payable in the 2007-08 fiscal year shall be limited to the amount appropriated herein ... 42,038,000 ........... (re. $745,000) For services and expenses of the higher education opportunity program. Funds appropriated herein shall be used by independent colleges to expand opportunities for the educationally and economically disad- vantaged at independent institutions of higher learning ............ 24,200,000 ........................................ (re. $4,581,000) For services and expenses of the Science and Technology Entry Program (STEP) and the Collegiate Science and Technology Entry Program (CSTEP) ... 19,000,000 ................................ (re. $8,000) For services and expenses of Teacher Opportunity Corps Programs ...... 713,000 ............................................... (re. $9,000) For services and expenses of the Educational Opportunity Centers ..... 200,000 ............................................. (re. $200,000) The appropriation made by chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2006, is hereby amended and reappropriated to read: The moneys herein appropriated shall be available for higher and continuing education programs provided by independent colleges, universities and other organizations approved by the state education department. Notwithstanding any provision of law to the contrary, no
funds are herein appropriated and no disbursements are to be made for basic or bonus medical/dental capitation aid or college work study programs in accordance with the following: For services and expenses of the higher education opportunity program. Funds appropriated herein shall be used by independent colleges to expand [oppotunities] OPPORTUNITIES for the educationally and economically disadvantaged at independent institutions of higher learning ... 22,000,000 ........................... (re. $1,001,000) By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2005: The moneys herein appropriated shall be available for higher and continuing education programs provided by independent colleges, universities and other organizations approved by the state education department. Notwithstanding any provision of law to the contrary, no funds are herein appropriated and no disbursements are to be made for basic or bonus medical/dental capitation aid or college work study programs in accordance with the following: For services and expenses of the higher education opportunity program. Funds appropriated herein shall be used by independent colleges to expand opportunities for the educationally and economically disad- vantaged at independent institutions of higher learning ............ 10,450,000 .......................................... (re. $442,000) For services and expenses of: Endowed Chairs ... 125,000 ............................ (re. $125,000) Special Revenue Funds - Federal / State Operations Federal Department of Education Fund - 267 By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2009: For administration of federal grants pursuant to various federal laws including Carl D. Perkins vocational and applied technology educa- tion act (VTEA) and the improving teacher quality program. Personal service ... 1,006,000 ........................ (re. $280,000) Nonpersonal service ... 128,000 ........................ (re. $61,000) Fringe benefits ... 406,000 ........................... (re. $171,000) Indirect costs ... 91,000 .............................. (re. $32,000) For transfer to the state education department's indirect cost recov- ery account (AH) in the miscellaneous special revenue fund ......... 140,000 .............................................. (re. $39,000) By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2008: For administration of federal grants pursuant to various federal laws including Carl D. Perkins vocational and applied technology educa- tion act (VTEA) and the improving teacher quality program. Personal service ... 1,006,000 ......................... (re. $60,000) Nonpersonal service ... 128,000 ........................ (re. $47,000) Fringe benefits ... 406,000 ............................ (re. $70,000) Indirect costs ... 91,000 .............................. (re. $14,000) For transfer to the state education department's indirect cost recov- ery account (AH) in the miscellaneous special revenue fund ......... 140,000 .............................................. (re. $16,000)
Special Revenue Funds - Federal / State Operations Federal Operating Grants Fund - 290 Federal Vocational Education Account By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2009: For administration of federal grants pursuant to various federal laws including the national community service act and the transition to teaching program. Personal service ... 387,000 .......................... (re. $128,000) Nonpersonal service ... 549,000 ........................ (re. $86,000) Fringe benefits ... 156,000 ............................ (re. $91,000) Indirect costs ... 29,000 .............................. (re. $18,000) For transfer to the state education department's indirect cost recov- ery account (AH) in the miscellaneous special revenue fund ......... 60,000 ............................................... (re. $21,000) By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2008: For administration of federal grants pursuant to various federal laws including the national community service act and the transition to teaching program. Personal service ... 387,000 ........................... (re. $14,000) Nonpersonal service ... 549,000 ........................ (re. $71,000) Fringe benefits ... 156,000 ............................ (re. $25,000) Indirect costs ... 29,000 ............................... (re. $5,000) For transfer to the state education department's indirect cost recov- ery account (AH) in the miscellaneous special revenue fund ......... 60,000 ................................................ (re. $6,000) By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2006: For administration of federal grants pursuant to various federal laws including the national community service act and the transition to teaching program. For the grant period July 1, 2006 to June 30, 2007: ... ...... 1,181,000 ............................................ (re. $33,000) Special Revenue Funds - Other / State Operations Tuition Reimbursement Fund - 050 Tuition Reimbursement Account By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2009: For reimbursement of tuition payments made by or on behalf of students at proprietary institutions registered or licensed pursuant to section 5001 of the education law, including liabilities incurred prior to April 1, 2009. Contractual services ... 1,551,000 .................... (re. $100,000) Special Revenue Funds - Other / State Operations Tuition Reimbursement Fund - 050 Vocational School Supervision Account By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2009:
For services and expenses for the supervision of institutions regis- tered pursuant to section 5001 of the education law, and for services and expenses of supervisory programs and payment of associ- ated indirect costs and general state charges. Personal service--regular ... 2,397,000 ............... (re. $100,000) Supplies and materials ... 48,000 ....................... (re. $5,000) Travel ... 48,000 ...................................... (re. $10,000) Contractual services ... 790,000 ...................... (re. $200,000) Equipment ... 48,000 .................................... (re. $1,000) Fringe benefits ... 1,071,000 .......................... (re. $50,000) Indirect costs ... 84,000 .............................. (re. $25,000) Special Revenue Funds - Other / State Operations Miscellaneous Special Revenue Fund - 339 Office of Professions Account By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2009: For services and expenses related to licensure and disciplining programs for the professions, and foreign and out-of-state medical school evaluations. Personal service--regular ... 18,597,000 .............. (re. $100,000) Supplies and materials ... 746,000 ..................... (re. $15,000) Travel ... 746,000 ..................................... (re. $15,000) Contractual services ... 12,692,000 ................... (re. $280,000) Equipment ... 746,000 .................................. (re. $40,000) Fringe benefits ... 8,397,000 .......................... (re. $50,000) Special Revenue Funds - Other / State Operations Miscellaneous Special Revenue Fund - 339 Teacher Certification Program Account By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2009: For services and expenses related to the administration of the teacher certification program. Personal service--regular ... 3,336,000 ............... (re. $200,000) Temporary service ... 297,000 ......................... (re. $100,000) Holiday/overtime compensation ... 148,000 .............. (re. $50,000) Supplies and materials ... 74,000 ....................... (re. $1,000) Travel ... 74,000 ....................................... (re. $5,000) Contractual services ... 2,031,000 .................... (re. $150,000) Equipment ... 74,000 .................................... (re. $1,000) Fringe benefits ... 1,659,000 ......................... (re. $100,000) Indirect costs ... 130,000 ............................. (re. $40,000) Department indirect costs ... 83,000 ................... (re. $20,000) Special Revenue Funds - Other / State Operations Miscellaneous Special Revenue Fund - 339 Teacher Education Accreditation Account By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2009: For services and expenses of teacher education accreditation activ- ities, pursuant to section 212-c of the education law.
Supplies and materials ... 2,000 ........................ (re. $1,000) Travel ... 44,000 ....................................... (re. $2,000) Contractual services ... 173,000 ....................... (re. $45,000) CULTURAL EDUCATION PROGRAM General Fund / Aid to Localities Local Assistance Account - 001 By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2009: Aid to educational television and radio. Notwithstanding any provision of law, rule or regulation to the contrary, the amount appropriated herein, in combination with funds appropriated for such purpose in the special revenue funds--federal state stabilization fund-other governmental services, shall represent fulfillment of the state's obligation for this program ... 9,415,000 ........... (re. $942,000) By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2009, as amended by chapter 502, section 2, of the laws of 2009: Aid to public libraries including aid to New York public library (NYPL) and NYPL's science industry and business library. Provided that, notwithstanding any provision of law, rule or regulation to the contrary, such aid, and the state's liability therefor, shall represent fulfillment of the state's obligation for this program; provided, however, that the amount of the expenditure or liability pursuant to such law shall be further reduced by 12.5 percent of such reduced amount, and that the amount of this appropriation available for expenditure and disbursement on and after such date shall be reduced by 12.5 percent of the amount that was undisbursed as of November 1, 2009 ... 80,500,000 ............ (re. $23,979,000) For additional aid to public libraries; provided, however, that the amount of the expenditure or liability pursuant to such law shall be further reduced by 12.5 percent of such reduced amount, and that the amount of this appropriation available for expenditure and disburse- ment on and after such date shall be reduced by 12.5 percent of the amount that was undisbursed as of November 1, 2009 ................. 10,581,000 ........................................ (re. $5,093,000) By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2008, as amended by chapter 496, section 3, of the laws of 2008: Aid to public libraries including aid to New York public library (NYPL) and NYPL's science industry and business library. Provided that, notwithstanding any provision of law, rule or regulation to the contrary, such aid, and the state's liability therefor, shall represent fulfillment of the state's obligation for this program; provided further that on and after September 1, 2008, the amount of the expenditure or liability pursuant to such law shall be further reduced by six percent of such reduced amount, and that the amount of this appropriation available for expenditure and disbursement on and after such date shall be reduced by six percent of the amount that was undisbursed as of August 15, 2008 ......................... 94,408,000 ........................................... (re. $26,000)
For additional aid to public libraries; provided further that on and after September 1, 2008, the amount of the expenditure or liability pursuant to such law shall be further reduced by six percent of such reduced amount, and that the amount of this appropriation available for expenditure and disbursement on and after such date shall be reduced by six percent of the amount that was undisbursed as of August 15, 2008 ... 5,000,000 ..................... (re. $4,700,000) Aid to educational television and radio. Notwithstanding any provision of law, rule or regulation to the contrary, the amount appropriated herein shall represent fulfillment of the state's obligation for this program, provided, however, that the amount of this appropri- ation available for expenditure and disbursement on and after September 1, 2008 shall be reduced by six percent of the amount that was undisbursed as of August 15, 2008 .............................. 18,454,000 ........................................ (re. $3,000,000) By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2007: Aid to public libraries including aid to New York public library and NYPL's science industry and business library ....................... 97,200,000 ........................................... (re. $95,000) By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2006: Aid to public libraries. The amount appropriated herein shall repre- sent fulfillment of the state's obligation for this purpose. Distribution of this appropriation shall be pursuant to a plan prepared by the department and approved by the director of the budg- et ... 88,900,000 ................................... (re. $200,000) By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2005, as amended by chapter 62, section 3, of the laws of 2005: Aid to public libraries. The amount appropriated herein shall repre- sent fulfillment of the state's obligation for this purpose. Distribution of this appropriation shall be pursuant to a plan prepared by the department and approved by the director of the budg- et ... 84,422,000 ................................... (re. $200,000) Special Revenue Fund - Federal / Aid to Localities Federal Department of Education Fund - 267 By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2009: For the purposes of the state fiscal stabilization fund-other govern- mental services fund as funded by the American recovery and rein- vestment act of 2009. Funds appropriated herein shall be subject to all applicable reporting and accountability requirements contained in such act. Funds appropriated herein shall be available for aid to educational television and radio. Notwithstanding any provision of law, rule or regulation to the contrary, the amount appropriated herein in combi- nation with aid provided through the general fund local assistance account for such purpose shall represent fulfillment of the state's obligation for this program ........................................ 5,587,000 ........................................... (re. $719,000)
Special Revenue Funds - Federal / Aid to Localities Federal Operating Grants Fund - 290 By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2009: For aid to public libraries pursuant to various federal laws including the library services technology act ................................ 5,400,000 ......................................... (re. $5,400,000) By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2008: For aid to public libraries pursuant to various federal laws including the library services technology act ................................ 5,400,000 ......................................... (re. $2,000,000) By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2007: For aid to public libraries pursuant to various federal laws including the library services technology act. For the grant period October 1, 2007 to September 30, 2008 ........... 5,030,000 ............................................ (re. $50,000) Special Revenue Funds - Federal / State Operations Federal Operating Grants Fund - 290 National Endowment for the Humanities Account By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2009: For administration of federal grants pursuant to various federal laws including library services technology act, funds from the national endowment of humanities, the institute of museum and library services, the United States geological survey, the United States department of energy, and the United States department of the inte- rior. Personal service ... 6,727,000 ...................... (re. $6,727,000) Nonpersonal service ... 4,245,000 ................... (re. $4,245,000) Fringe benefits ... 3,195,000 ....................... (re. $3,195,000) Indirect costs ... 400,000 ............................ (re. $400,000) For transfer to the state education department's indirect cost recov- ery account (AH) in the miscellaneous special revenue fund ......... 811,000 ............................................. (re. $811,000) By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2008: For administration of federal grants pursuant to various federal laws including library services technology act, funds from the national endowment of humanities, the institute of museum and library services, the United States geological survey, the United States department of energy, and the United States department of the inte- rior. Personal service ... 6,531,000 ...................... (re. $1,200,000) Nonpersonal service ... 4,121,000 ................... (re. $1,100,000) Fringe benefits ... 3,195,000 ....................... (re. $1,000,000) Indirect costs ... 400,000 ............................ (re. $200,000) For transfer to the state education department's indirect cost recov- ery account (AH) in the miscellaneous special revenue fund ......... 811,000 ............................................. (re. $300,000)
By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2007: For administration of federal grants pursuant to various federal laws including library services technology act, funds from the national endowment of humanities, the institute of museum and library services, the United States geological survey, the United States department of energy, and the United States department of the inte- rior. For the grant period April 1, 2007 to March 31, 2008: Personal service ... 731,000 ........................... (re. $73,000) Nonpersonal service ... 1,021,000 ..................... (re. $100,000) Fringe benefits ... 295,000 ............................ (re. $29,000) Indirect costs ... 74,000 ............................... (re. $7,000) For transfer to the state education department's indirect cost recov- ery account (AH) in the miscellaneous special revenue fund ......... 151,000 .............................................. (re. $15,000) For the grant period October 1, 2007 to September 30, 2008: Personal service ... 4,400,000 ........................ (re. $200,000) Nonpersonal service ... 1,300,000 ..................... (re. $300,000) Fringe benefits ... 1,979,000 ......................... (re. $100,000) Indirect costs ... 242,000 ............................. (re. $50,000) For transfer to the state education department's indirect cost recov- ery account (AH) in the miscellaneous special revenue fund ......... 496,000 .............................................. (re. $50,000) By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2006: For administration of federal grants pursuant to various federal laws including library services technology act, funds from the national endowment of humanities, the institute of museum and library services, the United States geological survey, the United States department of energy, and the United States department of the inte- rior. For the grant period April 1, 2006 to March 31, 2007: Personal service ........................ 731,000 Nonpersonal service ................... 1,022,000 Fringe benefits ......................... 295,000 Indirect costs ........................... 70,000 For transfer to the state education department's indirect cost recov- ery account (AH) in the miscella- neous special revenue fund ............ 155,000 -------------- Grant period total .................. 2,273,000 ...... (re. $20,000) -------------- For the grant period October 1, 2006 to September 30, 2007: Personal service ...................... 4,200,000 Nonpersonal service ................... 1,250,000 Fringe benefits ....................... 1,892,000 Indirect costs .......................... 224,000 For transfer to the state education department's indirect cost recov-
ery account (AH) in the miscella- neous special revenue fund ............ 493,000 -------------- Grant period total .................. 8,059,000 ...... (re. $50,000) -------------- By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2005, as amended by chapter 62, section 3, of the laws of 2005: For administration of federal grants pursuant to various federal laws including library services technology act, funds from the national endowment of humanities, the institute of museum and library services, the United States geological survey, the United States department of energy, and the United States department of the inte- rior. For the grant period October 1, 2005 to September 30, 2006: Personal service ...................... 3,500,000 Nonpersonal service ..................... 950,000 Fringe benefits ....................... 1,414,000 Indirect costs .......................... 275,000 For transfer to the state education department's indirect cost recov- ery account (AH) in the miscella- neous special revenue fund ............ 406,000 -------------- Grant period total .................. 6,545,000 ...... (re. $10,000) -------------- Special Revenue Funds - Other / Aid to Localities New York State Local Government Records Management Improvement Fund - 052 Local Government Records Management Account By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2009: Aid for documentary heritage grants and aid to eligible archives, libraries, historical societies, museums, and to certain organiza- tions including the state education department that provide services to such programs ... 461,000 ........................ (re. $327,000) By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2009, as amended by chapter 502, section 2, of the laws of 2009: Grants to individual local governments or groups of cooperating local governments as provided in section 57.35 of the arts and cultural affairs law; provided, however, that the amount of this appropri- ation available for expenditure and disbursement on and after Novem- ber 1, 2009 shall be reduced by 12.5 percent of the amount that was undisbursed as of November 1, 2009 ... 9,539,000 .. (re. $4,464,000) Grants to individual local governments or groups of cooperating local governments as provided in section 57.35 of the arts and cultural affairs law; provided, however, that the amount of this appropri- ation available for expenditure and disbursement on and after Novem- ber 1, 2009 shall be reduced by 12.5 percent of the amount that was
undisbursed as of November 1, 2009 ................................. 9,539,000 ......................................... (re. $5,075,000) By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2008, as amended by chapter 496, section 3, of the laws of 2008: Grants to individual local governments or groups of cooperating local governments as provided in section 57.35 of the arts and cultural affairs law, provided, however, that the amount of this appropri- ation available for disbursement on and after September 1, 2008 shall be reduced by six percent of the amount that was undisbursed as of August 15, 2008 ... 12,397,000 .............. (re. $6,096,000) Aid for documentary heritage grants and aid to eligible archives, libraries, historical societies, museums, and to certain organiza- tions including the state education department that provide services to such programs, provided, however, that the amount of this appro- priation available for disbursement on and after September 1, 2008 shall be reduced by six percent of the amount that was undisbursed as of August 15, 2008 ... 490,000 ..................... (re. $8,000) By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2007: Grants to individual local governments or groups of cooperating local governments as provided in section 57.35 of the arts and cultural affairs law ... 12,650,000 ........................... (re. $23,000) Aid for documentary heritage grants and aid to eligible archives, libraries, historical societies, museums, and to certain organiza- tions including the state education department that provide services to such programs ... 500,000 .......................... (re. $1,000) By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2006: Grants to individual local governments or groups of cooperating local governments as provided in section 57.35 of the arts and cultural affairs law. This appropriation shall only be available upon approval of a plan by the director of the budget ................... 11,150,000 ........................................... (re. $90,000) Special Revenue Funds - Other / State Operations Miscellaneous Special Revenue Fund - 339 Cultural Education Account By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2009: For services and expenses of the office of cultural education, includ- ing but not limited to the state museum, state library, and state archives. Notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law, a portion of this appropriation may be suballocated to other state departments and agencies, as needed to accomplish the intent of this appropriation. Personal service--regular ... 15,932,000 .............. (re. $250,000) Contractual services ... 5,168,000 .................... (re. $250,000) Fringe benefits ... 7,606,000 ......................... (re. $100,000) Indirect costs ... 596,000 ............................. (re. $50,000) By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2008:
For services and expenses of the office of cultural education, includ- ing but not limited to the state museum, state library, and state archives. Notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law, a portion of this appropriation may be suballocated to other state departments and agencies, as needed to accomplish the intent of this appropriation. Personal service--regular ... 16,200,000 .............. (re. $250,000) Contractual services ... 5,200,000 .................... (re. $250,000) By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2006: Maintenance undistributed For services and expenses of the office for cultural education, including but not limited to the state museum, state library, and state archives. Notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law, a portion of this appropriation may be suballocated to other state departments and agencies, as needed to accomplish the intent of this appropriation. This appropriation shall only be available upon approval of a plan by the director of the budget ................... 36,000,000 .......................................... (re. $500,000) For projects to enhance the public display of the collections and exhibits of the state museum, library and archives, subject to a plan jointly submitted by the board of the cultural education trust and the state education department and approved by the director of the budget. A portion of this appropriation shall be available pursuant to a matching program ... 20,000,000 ..... (re. $4,073,000) By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2005, as amended by chapter 62, section 3, of the laws of 2005: Maintenance Undistributed For the services and expenses of the cultural education challenge fund program for projects to improve the display and preservation of the collections of the state archives, state museum and state library. Moneys for this program shall be made available only as matching funds for equal amounts raised for such projects from sources other than state government. This appropriation shall only be available upon approval of a plan by the director of the budget ................... 5,000,000 ......................................... (re. $1,163,000) Special Revenue Funds - Other / State Operations Miscellaneous Special Revenue Fund - 339 Education Archives Account By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2009: For services and expenses of the state archives. Supplies and materials ... 173,000 ...................... (re. 50,000) Special Revenue Funds - Other / State Operations Miscellaneous Special Revenue Fund - 339 Education Library Account By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2009: For services and expenses of the state library.
Contractual services ... 604,000 ....................... (re. 150,000) Special Revenue Funds - Other / State Operations Miscellaneous Special Revenue Fund - 339 Education Museum Account By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2009: For services and expenses of the state museum. Contractual services ... 1,110,000 ..................... (re. 500,000) Internal Service Funds / State Operations Miscellaneous Internal Service Fund - 334 Archives Records Management Account By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2009: For services and expenses of archives records management. Equipment ... 191,000 ................................. (re. $100,000) Internal Service Funds / State Operations Miscellaneous Internal Service Fund - 334 Cultural Resource Survey Account By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2009: For services and expenses related to cultural resource surveys. Contractual services ... 5,729,000 ..................... (re. 500,000) VOCATIONAL AND EDUCATIONAL SERVICES FOR INDIVIDUALS WITH DISABILITIES PROGRAM General Fund / Aid to Localities Local Assistance Account - 001 By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2009: For case services provided on or after October 1, 2007 to disabled individuals in accordance with economic eligibility criteria devel- oped by the department ... 54,000,000 ............ (re. $19,452,000) For services and expenses of independent living centers .............. 12,361,000 ........................................ (re. $4,099,000) For college readers aid payments ... 294,000 .......... (re. $169,000) For services and expenses of supported employment and integrated employment opportunities provided on or after October 1, 2007: For services and expenses of programs providing or leading to the provision of time-limited services or long-term support services ... 15,160,000 ....................................... (re. $10,230,000) By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2008: For college readers aid payments ... 294,000 ........... (re. $89,000) For additional services and expenses of programs providing or leading to the provision of time-limited support services .................. 50,000 ............................................... (re. $10,000)
By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2008, as amended by chapter 496, section 3, of the laws of 2008: For case services provided on or after October 1, 2007 to disabled individuals in accordance with economic eligibility criteria devel- oped by the department, provided, however, that the amount of this appropriation available for expenditure and disbursement on and after September 1, 2008 shall be reduced by six percent of the amount that was undisbursed as of August 15, 2008 .................. 53,508,000 ........................................ (re. $2,985,000) For additional case services provided on or after October 1, 2007 to disabled individuals in accordance with economic eligibility crite- ria developed by the department, provided, however, that the amount of this appropriation available for expenditure and disbursement on and after September 1, 2008 shall be reduced by six percent of the amount that was undisbursed as of August 15, 2008 .................. 1,068,000 ......................................... (re. $1,004,000) For services and expenses of independent living centers, provided, however, that the amount of this appropriation available for expend- iture and disbursement on and after September 1, 2008 shall be reduced by six percent of the amount that was undisbursed as of August 15, 2008 ... 11,496,000 ...................... (re. $291,000) For additional services and expenses of independent living centers, provided, however, that the amount of this appropriation available for expenditure and disbursement on and after September 1, 2008 shall be reduced by six percent of the amount that was undisbursed as of August 15, 2008 ... 1,500,000 ................. (re. $528,000) For services and expenses of early childhood direction centers, provided, however, that the amount of this appropriation available for expenditure and disbursement on and after September 1, 2008 shall be reduced by six percent of the amount that was undisbursed as of August 15, 2008 ... 643,000 .................... (re. $16,000) For services and expenses of supported employment and integrated employment opportunities provided on or after October 1, 2007: For services and expenses of programs providing or leading to the provision of time-limited services, provided, however, that the amount of this appropriation available for expenditure and disburse- ment on and after September 1, 2008 shall be reduced by six percent of the amount that was undisbursed as of August 15, 2008 ........... 2,450,000 ......................................... (re. $1,000,000) For services and expenses of programs providing long-term support services, provided, however, that the amount of this appropriation available for expenditure and disbursement on and after September 1, 2008 shall be reduced by six percent of the amount that was undis- bursed as of August 15, 2008 ... 13,624,000 ......... (re. $376,000) By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2007: For case services provided on or after October 1, 2006 to disabled individuals in accordance with economic eligibility criteria devel- oped by the department ... 54,600,000 ............... (re. $183,000) For services and expenses of independent living centers .............. 11,730,600 ........................................... (re. $88,000)
For services and expenses of supported employment and integrated employment opportunities provided on or after October 1, 2006: For services and expenses of programs providing or leading to the provision of time-limited services ... 2,500,000 ...... (re. $1,000) For services and expenses of programs providing long-term support services ... 13,902,000 .............................. (re. $20,000) By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2006: For case services provided on or after October 1, 2005 to disabled individuals in accordance with economic eligibility criteria devel- oped by the department and approved by the director of the budget ... 54,600,000 ........................................ (re. $5,000) By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2005, as amended by chapter 62, section 3, of the laws of 2005: For case services provided on or after October 1, 2004 to disabled individuals in accordance with economic eligibility criteria devel- oped by the department and approved by the director of the budget ... 54,600,000 ....................................... (re. $15,000) For services and expenses of supported employment and integrated employment opportunities provided on or after October 1, 2004: For services and expenses of programs providing or leading to the provision of time-limited services ... 2,500,000 ..... (re. $50,000) For additional services and expenses of supported employment and inte- grated employment opportunities ... 618,000 ......... (re. $100,000) For services and expenses of programs providing long-term support services ... 12,284,000 ............................. (re. $500,000) By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2002: For services and expenses of early childhood direction centers ... 656,000 ............................................. (re. $642,000) By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2001: For case services provided to disabled individuals in accordance with economic eligibility criteria developed by the department and approved by the division of the budget ............................. 51,100,000 ........................................... (re. $14,000) Special Revenue Fund - Federal / State Operations Federal Department of Education Fund - 267 By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2009: For services and expenses for school age children and preschool chil- dren pursuant to the individuals with disabilities education act of 1991. Personal service ... 14,397,000 .................... (re. $14,397,000) Nonpersonal service ... 25,372,000 ................. (re. $25,372,000) Fringe benefits ... 8,144,000 ....................... (re. $8,144,000) Indirect costs ... 2,466,000 ........................ (re. $2,466,000) For transfer to the state education department's indirect cost recov- ery account (AH) in the miscellaneous special revenue fund ......... 3,513,000 ......................................... (re. $3,513,000)
For services and expenses of programs providing basic support for vocational rehabilitation, supported employment and independent living for individuals with disabilities pursuant to the rehabili- tation act of 1973. Personal service ... 56,442,000 .................... (re. $56,442,000) Nonpersonal service ... 16,129,000 ................. (re. $16,129,000) Fringe benefits ... 22,083,000 ..................... (re. $22,083,000) Indirect costs ... 6,713,000 ........................ (re. $6,713,000) For transfer to the state education depart ment's indirect cost recov- ery account (AH) in the miscellaneous special revenue fund ......... 12,244,000 ....................................... (re. $12,244,000) For expenses of vocational rehabilitation in-service training for counselors and staff pursuant to the rehabilitation act of 1973. Nonpersonal service ... 642,000 ....................... (re. $642,000) By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2008: For services and expenses for school age children and preschool chil- dren pursuant to the individuals with disabilities education act of 1991. Personal service ... 16,538,200 ....................... (re. $100,000) Nonpersonal service ... 25,319,000 .................. (re. $3,000,000) Fringe benefits ... 7,723,300 ....................... (re. $2,000,000) Indirect costs ... 1,586,100 .......................... (re. $500,000) For transfer to the state education department's indirect cost recov- ery account (AH) in the miscellaneous special revenue fund ......... 2,723,100 ......................................... (re. $1,000,000) For services and expenses of programs providing basic support for vocational rehabilitation, supported employment and independent living for individuals with disabilities pursuant to the rehabili- tation act of 1973. Personal service ... 64,841,400 ..................... (re. $1,000,000) Nonpersonal service ... 16,094,900 .................. (re. 8,500,000) Fringe benefits ... 20,941,900 ...................... (re. $1,500,000) Indirect costs ... 4,318,600 .......................... (re. $250,000) For transfer to the state education department's indirect cost recov- ery account (AH) in the miscellaneous special revenue fund ......... 7,413,600 ........................................... (re. $250,000) For expenses of vocational rehabilitation in-service training for counselors and staff pursuant to the rehabilitation act of 1973. Nonpersonal service ... 642,000 ........................ (re. $25,000) By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2007: For services and expenses of programs providing basic support for vocational rehabilitation, supported employment and independent living for individuals with disabilities pursuant to the rehabili- tation act of 1973. For the grant period October 1, 2007 to September 30, 2008: Personal service ... 64,841,400 ....................... (re. $100,000) Nonpersonal service ... 16,094,900 .................... (re. $100,000) Fringe benefits ... 20,941,900 ........................ (re. $100,000) Indirect costs ... 4,318,600 .......................... (re. $100,000)
For transfer to the state education department's indirect cost recov- ery account (AH) in the miscellaneous special revenue fund ......... 7,413,600 ........................................... (re. $100,000) For expenses of vocational rehabilitation in-service training for counselors and staff pursuant to the rehabilitation act of 1973. For the grant period April 1, 2007 to March 31, 2008: Nonpersonal service ... 642,000 ........................ (re. $50,000) Special Revenue Funds - Federal / Aid to Localities Federal Department of Education Fund - 267 By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2009: For education of individuals with disabilities including $1,477,000 for services and expenses of early childhood direction centers and $500,000 for services and expenses of the center for autism and related disabilities at the state university of New York at Albany. Notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law, a portion of the funds appropriated herein shall be available, subject to a plan developed by the commissioner of education and approved by the director of the budget, for grants to ensure appropriately certified teachers in schools providing special services or programs as defined in paragraphs e, g, i and l of subdivision 2 of section 4401 of the education law to children placed by school districts and in approved preschool programs that provide full and half-day educa- tional programs in accordance with section 4410 of the education law for children placed by school district. Provided further that, in the allocation of funds, priority shall be given to those programs with a demonstrated need to increase the number of certified teach- ers to comply with state and federal requirements. Such funds shall be made available for such activities as certification preparation, training, assisting schools with personnel shortages and supporting activities that improve the delivery of services to improve results for children with disabilities. Provided further that notwithstand- ing any inconsistent provision of law, of the funds appropriated herein: (i) $2,000,000 shall be available for payments to schools providing special services or programs as defined in paragraphs e, g, i, and l of subdivision 2 of section 4401 of the education law to help prevent excessive instructional staff turnover through a targeted adjustment of compensation for teachers providing direct instructional services to students at such schools. The commissioner of education shall develop an allocation plan, subject to the approval of the director of the budget, that distributes funds appropriated herein among eligible schools, such funds shall be distributed among eligible schools, in the same manner and amounts as they received in the 2008-09 school year; (ii) $2,000,000 shall be available for payments to schools providing special services or programs as defined in paragraphs e, g, i, and l of subdivision 2 of section 4401 of the education law and approved preschool programs in accordance with section 4410 of the education law to help prevent excessive instructional staff turnover through a targeted adjustment of compensation for teachers providing direct instructional services to students at such schools. The commissioner of education shall
develop an allocation plan, subject to the approval of the director of the budget, that distributes funds appropriated herein among eligible schools;(iii) $4,730,000 shall be available for allowances to private schools for the blind and deaf; and (iv) $5,270,000 shall be available for additional allowances to private schools for the blind and deaf to support services to students attending these schools which otherwise would be payable through the department's general fund aid to localities appropriation and provided further that, notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law, any disbursements against this $5,270,000 shall immediately reduce the amounts appropriated in the education department's general fund aid to localities for allowances to private schools for the blind and deaf by an equivalent amount, and the portion of such general fund appropriation so affected shall have no further force or effect. Notwithstanding any provision of the law to the contrary, funds appropriated herein shall be available for payment of liabilities heretofore accrued or hereafter to accrue and, subject to the approval of the director of the budget, such funds shall be avail- able to the department net of disallowances, refunds, reimbursements and credits ... 759,000,000 ..................... (re. $759,000,000) For education of individuals with disabilities funded by the American recovery and reinvestment act of 2009. Funds appropriated herein shall be subject to all applicable reporting and accountability requirements contained in such act ................................. 398,000,000 ..................................... (re. $355,000,000) For case services provided to individuals with disabilities .......... 49,500,000 ....................................... (re. $49,500,000) For case services provided to individuals with disabilities funded by the American recovery and reinvestment act of 2009. Funds appropri- ated herein shall be subject to all applicable reporting and accountability requirements contained in such act .................. 15,000,000 ....................................... (re. $14,871,000) For the independent living program ... 2,572,000 .... (re. $2,572,000) For the independent living program funded by the American recovery and reinvestment act of 2009. Funds appropriated herein shall be subject to all applicable reporting and accountability requirements contained in such act ... 900,000 ................... (re. $900,000) For the supported employment program ... 2,500,000 .. (re. $2,500,000) By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2008: For education of individuals with disabilities including $873,000 for services and expenses of early childhood direction centers and $500,000 for services and expenses of the center for autism and related disabilities at the state university of New York at Albany. Notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law, a portion of the funds appropriated herein shall be available, subject to a plan developed by the commissioner of education and approved by the director of the budget, for grants to ensure appropriately certified teachers in schools providing special services or programs as defined in paragraphs e, g, i and l of subdivision 2 of section 4401 of the education law to children placed by school districts and in approved preschool programs that provide full and half-day educa-
tional programs in accordance with section 4410 the education law for children placed by a school district. Provided further that, in the allocation of funds, priority shall be given to those programs with a demonstrated need to increase the number of certified teach- ers to comply with state and federal requirements. Such funds shall be made available for such activities as certification preparation, training, assisting schools with personnel shortages and supporting activities that improve the delivery of services to improve results for children with disabilities. Provided further that notwithstand- ing any inconsistent provision of law, of the funds appropriated herein: (i) $2,000,000 shall be available for payments to schools providing special services or programs as defined in paragraphs e, g, i, and l of subdivision 2 of section 4401 of the education law to help prevent excessive instructional staff turnover through a targeted adjustment of compensation for teachers providing direct instructional services to students at such schools. The commissioner of education shall develop an allocation plan, subject to the approval of the director of the budget, that distributes funds appropriated herein among eligible schools, such funds shall be distributed among eligible schools, in the same manner and amounts as they received in 2007-08 school year; (ii) $2,000,000 shall be available for payments to schools providing special services or programs as defined in paragraphs e, g, i, and l of subdivision 2 of section 4401 of the education law and approved preschool programs in accordance with section 4410 of the education law to help prevent excessive instructional staff turnover through a targeted adjustment of compensation for teachers providing direct instructional services to students at such schools. The commissioner of education shall develop an allocation plan, subject to the approval of the director of the budget, that distributes funds appropriated herein among eligible schools; and (iii) $4,730,000 shall be available for allow- ances to private schools for the blind and deaf. Notwithstanding any provision of the law to the contrary, funds appropriated herein shall be available for payment of liabilities heretofore accrued or hereafter to accrue and, subject to the approval of the director of the budget, such funds shall be available to the department net of disallowances, refunds, reimbursements and credits ................. 759,000,000 ..................................... (re. $126,671,000) For case services provided to individuals with disabilities .......... 49,500,000 ....................................... (re. $10,600,000) For the independent living program ... 2,572,000 ...... (re. $114,000) For the supported employment program ... 2,500,000 .... (re. $105,000) By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2007: For education of individuals with disabilities including $873,000 for services and expenses of early childhood direction centers and $500,000 for services and expenses of the center for autism and related disabilities at the state university of New York at Albany. Notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law, a portion of the funds appropriated herein shall be available, subject to a plan developed by the commissioner of education and approved by the director of the budget, for grants to ensure appropriately certified
teachers in schools providing special services or programs as defined in paragraphs e, g, i and l of subdivision 2 of section 4401 of the education law to children placed by school districts and in approved preschool programs that provide full and half-day educa- tional programs in accordance with section 4410 the education law for children placed by a school district. Provided further that, in the allocation of funds, priority shall be given to those programs with a demonstrated need to increase the number of certified teach- ers to comply with state and federal requirements. Such funds shall be made available for such activities as certification preparation, training, assisting schools with personnel shortages and supporting activities that improve the delivery of services to improve results for children with disabilities. For the grant period July 1, 2007 to June 30, 2008 ................... 758,000,000 ....................................... (re. $4,000,000) For case services provided to individuals with disabilities. For the grant period October 1, 2007 to September 30, 2008 ........... 49,500,000 ........................................ (re. $3,640,000) By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2006: For education of individuals with disabilities including $873,000 for services and expenses of early childhood direction centers and $500,000 for services and expenses of the center for autism and related disabilities at the state university of New York at Albany. Notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law, a portion of the funds appropriated herein shall be available, subject to a plan developed by the commissioner of education and approved by the director of the budget, for grants to ensure appropriately certified teachers in schools providing special services or programs as defined in paragraphs e, g, i and l of subdivision 2 of section 4401 of the education law to children placed by school districts and in approved preschool programs that provide full and half-day educa- tional programs in accordance with section 4410 the education law for children placed by a school district. Provided further that, in the allocation of funds, priority shall be given to those programs with a demonstrated need to increase the number of certified teach- ers to comply with state and federal requirements. Such funds shall be made available for such activities as certification preparation, training, assisting schools with personnel shortages and supporting activities that improve the delivery of services to improve results for children with disabilities. For the grant period July 1, 2006 to June 30, 2007 ................... 758,000,000 ......................................... (re. $240,000) Special Revenue Funds - Other / State Operations Miscellaneous Special Revenue Fund - 339 VESID Social Security Account By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2009: For expenses of contractual services for the rehabilitation of social security disability beneficiaries. Personal service--regular ... 130,000 ................. (re. $130,000)
Supplies and materials ... 26,000 ...................... (re. $26,000) Travel ... 2,000 ........................................ (re. $2,000) Contractual services ... 781,000 ...................... (re. $781,000) Fringe benefits ... 57,000 ............................. (re. $57,000) Indirect costs ... 4,000 ................................ (re. $4,000) By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2008: For expenses of contractual services for the rehabilitation of social security disability beneficiaries. Personal service--regular ... 130,000 .................. (re. $50,000) Indirect costs ... 90,000 .............................. (re. $90,000) Special Revenue Funds - Other / Aid to Localities Miscellaneous Special Revenue Fund - 339 VESID Social Security Account By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2009: For the rehabilitation of social security disability beneficiaries ... 11,760,000 ........................................ (re. $6,000,000) By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2008: For the rehabilitation of social security disability beneficiaries ... 11,760,000 ........................................ (re. $6,000,000) Total reappropriations for state operations and aid to localities ........................................... 9,841,064,480 ============== General Fund Community Projects Fund - 007 Account GG By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2002, as amended by chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2006: For services and expenses related to capital needs of Camp Santanoni in the town of Newcomb ... 1,000,000 ................ (re. $867,000) The appropriation made by chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2009, is amended and reappropriated to read: Maintenance Undistributed For services and expenses or for contract with municipalities and/or private not-for-profit agencies for the amounts herein provided: General Fund / Aid to Localities Community Projects Fund - 007 Account CC A LIVING MEMORIAL TO THE HOLOCAUST MUSEUM OF JEWISH HERITAGE ... 100,000 .............................................. (re. $74,305) AGUDATH ISRAEL OF AMERICA, INC. ... 50,000 ............. (re. $37,500)
ASPIRA OF NEW YORK, INC. ... 20,000 .................... (re. $20,000) BARD COLLEGE ... 200,000 .............................. (re. $150,000) COUNCIL FOR UNITY, INC. ... 150,000 .................... (re. $51,786) CUNY DOMINICAN STUDIES INSTITUTE ... 100,000 .......... (re. $100,000) EAST RIVER DEVELOPMENT ALLIANCE, INC. ... 72,500 ....... (re. $54,375) INSTITUTE FOR STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT, INC. ... 100,000 .... (re. $75,000) JEWISH COMMUNITY COUNCIL OF GREATER CONEY ISLAND, INC. ............... 25,000 ............................................... (re. $18,750) OCEAN BAY COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION ... 75,000 . (re. $42,974) PARTNERSHIP WITH CHILDREN, INC. ... 72,500 ............. (re. $54,375) QUEENS BOROUGH PUBLIC LIBRARY SYSTEM-LANGSTON HUGHES ................. 25,000 ............................................... (re. $18,750) SCHOMBURG CENTER FOR RESEARCH IN BLACK CULTURE, NY PUBLIC LIBRARY ... 150,000 ............................................. (re. $150,000) SULLIVAN COUNTY BOARD OF COOPERATIVE EDUCATIONAL SERVICES ............ 160,000 ............................................. (re. $120,000) SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY-RENAISSANCE INTERNSHIP PROGRAM ................... 100,000 .............................................. (re. $75,000) VISUAL ARTS RESEARCH AND RESOURCE CENTER RELATING TO THE CARIBBEAN, INC. ... 250,000 .................................... (re. $231,250) For services and expenses of certain schools pursuant to the following sub-schedule ... 350,000 ............................ (re. $350,000) sub-schedule Academy of American Studies High School ... 10,000 ..... (re. $10,000) Academy of Finance and enterprise ... 10,000 ........... (re. $10,000) Aviation Career and Tech High School ... 10,000 ........ (re. $10,000) Baccalaureate School of Global Studies ... 10,000 ...... (re. $10,000) Frank Sinatra High School ... 10,000 ................... (re. $10,000) Grover Cleveland High School ... 10,000 ................ (re. $10,000) High School for Information Technology ... 10,000 ...... (re. $10,000) High School of Applied Communication ... 10,000 ........ (re. $10,000) International High School ... 10,000 ................... (re. $10,000) IS 77 Q ... 10,000 ..................................... (re. $10,000) IS 93 Q ... 10,000 ..................................... (re. $10,000) IS 125 Q ... 10,000 .................................... (re. $10,000) IS 126 Q ... 10,000 .................................... (re. $10,000) IS 204 Q ... 10,000 .................................... (re. $10,000) Long Island City High School ... 10,000 ................ (re. $10,000) Middle College High School ... 10,000 .................. (re. $10,000) Newcomers High School ... 10,000 ....................... (re. $10,000) PS 11 Q ... 10,000 ..................................... (re. $10,000) PS 68 Q ... 10,000 ..................................... (re. $10,000) PS 71 Q ... 10,000 ..................................... (re. $10,000) PS 76 Q ... 10,000 ..................................... (re. $10,000) PS 78 Q ... 10,000 ..................................... (re. $10,000) PS 81 Q ... 10,000 ..................................... (re. $10,000) PS 88 Q ... 10,000 ..................................... (re. $10,000) PS 111 Q ... 10,000 .................................... (re. $10,000) PS 112 Q ... 10,000 .................................... (re. $10,000)
PS 150 Q ... 10,000 .................................... (re. $10,000) PS 166 Q ... 10,000 .................................... (re. $10,000) PS 171 Q ... 10,000 .................................... (re. $10,000) PS 199 Q ... 10,000 .................................... (re. $10,000) PS 239 Q ... 10,000 .................................... (re. $10,000) Public School 9 Walter Reed School ... 10,000 .......... (re. $10,000) Queens Vocational High School ... 10,000 ............... (re. $10,000) Robert F. Wagner Secondary School ... 10,000 ........... (re. $10,000) Skillman High School (PS 4) ... 10,000 ................. (re. $10,000) Maintenance Undistributed For services and expenses or for contracts with municipalities and/or private not-for-profit agencies for the amounts herein provided: General Fund / Aid to Localities Community Projects Fund - 007 Account CC 82ND STREET ACADEMICS ... 4,000 ......................... (re. $4,000) AGUDATH ISRAEL OF AMERICA COMMUNITY SERVICES, INC. ................... 42,500 ............................................... (re. $42,500) AGUDATH ISRAEL OF AMERICA, INC. ... 8,000 ............... (re. $8,000) ALTERNATIVES FOR CHILDREN ... 3,000 ..................... (re. $3,000) ANDREW JACKSON CAMPUS MAGNET HIGH SCHOOL ... 20,000 .... (re. $20,000) ANNE FRANK CENTER, USA ... 5,000 ........................ (re. $5,000) ARDSLEY PTSA ... 9,000 .................................. (re. $9,000) ARDSLEY PUBLIC LIBRARY ... 10,000 ...................... (re. $10,000) ARTHUR ASHE INSTITUTE FOR URBAN HEALTH, INC. ... 6,500 .. (re. $6,500) AUDUBON NEW YORK ... 10,000 ............................ (re. $10,000) BAY SHORE - BRIGHTWATERS PUBLIC LIBRARY ... 13,000 ..... (re. $13,000) BAY SHORE SCHOOL DISTRICT ... 2,000 ..................... (re. $2,000) BAYPORT - BLUEPOINT PUBLIC LIBRARY ... 3,000 ............ (re. $3,000) BAYPORT - BLUEPOINT SCHOOL DISTRICT ... 3,000 ........... (re. $3,000) BEACH CHANNEL HIGH SCHOOL ... 5,000 ..................... (re. $5,000) BEGINNING WITH CHILDREN FOUNDATION, INC. ... 5,000 ...... (re. $5,000) BERNE-KNOX-WESTERLO CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT ... 15,000 . (re. $15,000) BLOCK INSTITUTE SCHOOL ... 1,000 ........................ (re. $1,000) BODMAN MEMORIAL LIBRARY ... 5,000 ....................... (re. $5,000) BRENTWOOD PUBLIC LIBRARY ... 5,000 ...................... (re. $5,000) BRIARWOOD COMMUNITY FOUNDATION, INC. ... 4,000 .......... (re. $4,000) BRIGHTON CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT ... 10,000 ............ (re. $10,000) BRONX ARTS ENSEMBLE, INC. ... 10,000 ................... (re. $10,000) BROOKHAVEN FREE LIBRARY ... 2,500 ....................... (re. $2,500) BROOKLYN ACADEMY OF MUSIC, INC. ... 5,000 ............... (re. $5,000) BROOKLYN CENTER FOR THE URBAN ENVIRONMENT, INC. ...................... [18,250] 8,500 ........................................ (re. $8,500) BROOKLYN CHILDREN'S MUSEUM CORP. ... 33,884 ............ (re. $33,884) BROOKLYN COLLEGE INSTITUTE FOR RETIREES ... 5,000 ....... (re. $5,000) BROOKLYN HISTORICAL SOCIETY ... 38,500 ................. (re. $38,500) BROOKLYN INFORMATION AND CULTURE, INC. ... 16,000 ...... (re. $16,000) [BROOKLYN MUSIC AND ARTS PROGRAM, INC. ... 5,000 ....... (re. $5,000)]
BROOKLYN OLD TIMERS FOUNDATION, INC. ... 5,000 .......... (re. $5,000) BROOKLYN PHILHARMONIC SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA, INC. ....................... 4,500 ................................................. (re. $4,500) BROOKLYN PUBLIC LIBRARY ... 41,874 ..................... (re. $41,874) BROOKLYN PUBLIC LIBRARY FOUNDATION, INC. ... 4,458 ...... (re. $4,458) BROOKLYN STEPPERS, INC. ... 5,000 ....................... (RE. $5,000) BRYANT LIBRARY ... 1,000 ................................ (re. $1,000) CANISIUS COLLEGE ... 8,000 .............................. (re. $8,000) CARIBBEAN AMERICAN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY, INC. ............ 4,000 ................................................. (re. $4,000) CASTLETON PUBLIC LIBRARY ... 5,000 ...................... (re. $5,000) CAZENOVIA CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT ... 20,000 ........... (re. $20,000) CELLINI CHARITABLE FOUNDATION, INC. ... 1,500 ........... (re. $1,500) CENTER FOR BLACK LITERATURE ... 8,000 ................... (re. $8,000) CENTER FOR JEWISH HISTORY, INC. ... 6,000 ............... (re. $6,000) CENTER FOR LESBIAN AND GAY STUDIES ... 7,500 ............ (re. $7,500) CENTER FOR MIGRATION STUDIES OF NEW YORK, INC. ....................... 5,000 ................................................. (re. $5,000) CENTRAL NEW YORK LIBRARY RESOURCES COUNCIL ... 5,200 .... (re. $5,200) CENTRAL NEW YORK TEACHING CENTER ... 5,000 .............. (re. $5,000) CHEEKTOWAGA PUBLIC LIBRARY ... 9,400 .................... (re. $9,400) CHILD CARE SOLUTIONS, INC. ... 21,000 .................. (re. $21,000) CHILD CENTER OF NEW YORK, INC. ... 5,000 ................ (re. $5,000) CHILDREN'S ENVIRONMENTAL LITERACY FOUNDATION ... 8,000 .. (re. $8,000) CHILDREN'S MEDIA PROJECT ... 1,000 ...................... (re. $1,000) CHILI PUBLIC LIBRARY ... 20,000 ........................ (re. $20,000) CHINATOWN YMCA ... 50,000 .............................. (re. $50,000) CHINESE AMERICAN PARENTS ASSOCIATION, INC. ... 5,000 .... (re. $5,000) CITY ACCESS NEW YORK ... 5,000 .......................... (re. $5,000) CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT OF ALBANY ... 5,000 ................ (re. $5,000) CIVIC EDUCATION AND ENGAGEMENT PROJECT ... 7,000 ........ (re. $7,000) CLIFTON PARK-HALFMOON PUBLIC LIBRARY ... 5,000 .......... (re. $5,000) CO-OP CITY INTERGENERATIONAL OUTREACH CENTER, CORP. .................. 3,000 ................................................. (re. $3,000) CODY CARES FOR KIDS, INC. ... 1,500 ..................... (re. $1,500) COLLEGE CAREERS FUND OF WESTCHESTER, INC. ... 10,000 ... (re. $10,000) COLLEGE OF NEW ROCHELLE ... 15,000 ..................... (re. $15,000) COLUMCILLE CULTURAL CENTER, INC. ... 7,000 .............. (re. $7,000) COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT #27 ... 62,000 ............... (re. $62,000) COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT 17/PS 398 ... 2,000 ........... (re. $2,000) COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT 18/IS 211 ... 8,000 ........... (re. $8,000) COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT 18/IS 252 ... 7,500 ........... (re. $7,500) COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT 18/IS 285 MYER LEVIN SCHOOL ................ 7,000 ................................................. (re. $7,000) COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT 18/PS 114 RYDER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL .......... 3,000 ................................................. (re. $3,000) COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT 18/PS 219 ... 7,500 ........... (re. $7,500) COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT 18/PS 244 RICHARD P. GREEN SCHOOL .......... 4,500 ................................................. (re. $4,500) COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT 18/PUBLIC SCHOOL 233 ....................... 9,000 ................................................. (re. $9,000)
COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT 18/PUBLIC SCHOOL 268 ....................... 4,500 ................................................. (re. $4,500) COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT 22/PS 198 ... 5,000 ........... (re. $5,000) COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT 22/PUBLIC SCHOOL 269 ....................... 5,000 ................................................. (re. $5,000) COMSEWOGUE PARENTS MUSIC ASSOCIATION, INC. ... 1,500 .... (re. $1,500) CORONA EAST ELMHURST LIBRARY ACTION COMMITTEE ........................ 36,000 ............................................... (re. $36,000) COUNCIL OF URBAN INVESTORS INSTITUTE ... 25,000 ........ (re. $25,000) [CREATIVE ARTS TEAM, INC. ... 2,500 .................... (re. $2,500)] DANCEWAVE, INC. ... 2,500 ............................... (re. $2,500) DOBBS FERRY PTSA ... 9,000 .............................. (re. $9,000) DOBBS FERRY PUBLIC LIBRARY ... 10,000 .................. (re. $10,000) DOLL AND TOY MUSEUM OF NEW YORK CITY ... 2,500 .......... (re. $2,500) DR. SUN YAT SEN MIDDLE SCHOOL 131 M ... 17,000 ......... (re. $17,000) EAGLE ACADEMY FOR YOUNG MEN ... 47,000 ................. (re. $47,000) EARLY STAGES PROGRAM, INC. ... 60,000 .................. (re. $60,000) EAST IRONDEQUOIT CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT ... 10,000 .... (re. $10,000) EAST MEADOW PUBLIC LIBRARY ... 5,000 .................... (re. $5,000) EAST RAMAPO CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT ... 5,000 ........... (RE. $5,000) EDEN II SCHOOL FOR AUTISTIC CHILDREN, INC. ... 9,000 .... (re. $9,000) EDGEMONT PTSA ... 8,000 ................................. (re. $8,000) EDUCATION THROUGH MUSIC, INC. ... 15,000 ............... (re. $15,000) EDWARD R. MURROW HIGH SCHOOL ... 1,000 .................. (re. $1,000) ELMSFORD PTA ... 10,000 ................................ (re. $10,000) ENLIGHTENMENT BOOKSTORE AND LITERARY ARTS CENTER, INC. ............... 10,000 ............................................... (re. $10,000) EPIC - EVERY PERSON INFLUENCES CHILDREN, INC. ... 5,000 . (re. $5,000) [FAIRPORT CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT ... 20,500 .......... (re. $20,500)] FAMILY SERVICE LEAGUE, INC. ... 5,000 ................... (re. $5,000) FAYETTEVILLE FREE LIBRARY ... 8,000 ..................... (re. $8,000) FIFTH AVENUE COMMITTEE, INC. ... 3,000 .................. (re. $3,000) FINKELSTEIN MEMORIAL LIBRARY ... 10,000 ................ (re. $10,000) FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF CORONA ... 5,000 ................ (re. $5,000) FORDHAM BEDFORD CHILDREN'S SERVICES ... 10,000 ......... (re. $10,000) FORDHAM UNIVERSITY ... 5,000 ............................ (re. $5,000) FORT GEORGE COMMUNITY ENRICHMENT CENTER, INC. ... 6,000 . (re. $6,000) FORT GREENE STRATEGIC NEIGHBORHOOD ACTION PARTNERSHIP, INC. .......... 7,500 ................................................. (re. $7,500) FOUNDATION FOR EDUCATING CHILDREN WITH AUTISM, INC. .................. 10,000 ............................................... (re. $10,000) FRIENDS OF PS 163, INC. ... 9,500 ....................... (re. $9,500) FRIENDS OF PS 166, INC. ... 9,500 ....................... (re. $9,500) FRIENDS OF ROCHDALE VILLAGE ADULT LEARNING CENTER .................... 10,000 ............................................... (re. $10,000) FRIENDS OF THE NEW YORK STATE LIBRARY, INC. ... 5,000 ... (re. $5,000) FUND FOR PS 84, INC. ... 7,500 .......................... (re. $7,500) GEORGE L. EGBERT INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL 2 ... 1,000 ........ (re. $1,000) GLEN COVE PUBLIC LIBRARY ... 1,000 ...................... (re. $1,000) GRACE FOUNDATION OF NEW YORK ... 10,000 ................ (re. $10,000) GREAT NECK UNION FREE SCHOOL DISTRICT ... 1,500 ......... (re. $1,500) GREATER RESTORATION BAPTIST CHURCH, INC. ... 8,000 ...... (re. $8,000)
GUILDERLAND PUBLIC LIBRARY ... 5,000 .................... (re. $5,000) HASTINGS-ON-HUDSON PTSA ... 6,500 ....................... (re. $6,500) HASTINGS-ON-HUDSON PUBLIC LIBRARY ... 10,000 ........... (re. $10,000) HEAD START OF ROCKLAND, INC. ... 7,500 .................. (re. $7,500) HEBREW EDUCATIONAL SOCIETY ... 6,000 .................... (re. $6,000) HEERMANCE MEMORIAL LIBRARY ... 2,500 .................... (re. $2,500) HELEN KELLER SERVICES FOR THE BLIND ... 25,000 ......... (re. $25,000) HENRY STREET SETTLEMENT ... 198,000 ................... (re. $198,000) HERITAGE JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL ... 10,000 ................. (re. $10,000) HETRICK-MARTIN INSTITUTE, INC. ... 3,000 ................ (re. $3,000) HIGHBRIDGE VOICES CORPORATION ... 10,000 ............... (re. $10,000) HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF ROCKLAND COUNTY ... 3,000 ......... (re. $3,000) HOLOCAUST MEMORIAL AND TOLERANCE CENTER OF NASSAU COUNTY, INC. ....... 3,500 ................................................. (re. $3,500) HOLOCAUST MEMORIAL COMMITTEE ... 5,000 .................. (re. $5,000) HS 515 ... 17,000 ...................................... (re. $17,000) IHS 51 ... 4,000 ........................................ (re. $4,000) INSTITUTE FOR STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT, INC. ... 60,000 ..... (re. $60,000) IRVINGTON PTSA ... 10,000 .............................. (re. $10,000) IRVINGTON PUBLIC LIBRARY ... 10,000 .................... (re. $10,000) IS 201 ... 1,000 ........................................ (re. $1,000) IS 220 ... 4,500 ........................................ (re. $4,500) IS 239 ... 1,000 ........................................ (re. $1,000) IS 278 ... 1,000 ........................................ (re. $1,000) IS 303 ... 1,000 ........................................ (re. $1,000) IS 68 ... 1,000 ......................................... (re. $1,000) IS 78 ... 1,000 ......................................... (re. $1,000) IS/HS 218 ... 3,500 ..................................... (re. $3,500) JAMESTOWN COMMUNITY COLLEGE ... 65,000 ................. (re. $65,000) JOHN ADAMS HIGH SCHOOL ... 5,000 ........................ (re. $5,000) JUST BUFFALO LITERARY CENTER, INC. ... 17,600 .......... (re. $17,600) KENMORE-TOWN OF TONAWANDA UNION FREE SCHOOL DISTRICT ................. 2,500 ................................................. (re. $2,500) KINDERHOOK MEMORIAL LIBRARY ... 4,000 ................... (re. $4,000) LANSINGBURGH CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT ... 10,000 ........ (re. $10,000) LAWRENCE UNION FREE SCHOOL DISTRICT ... 2,500 ........... (re. $2,500) LILLIAN L. RASHKIS HIGH SCHOOL ... 5,000 ................ (re. $5,000) LINCOLN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL ... 5,000 ..................... (re. $5,000) LINDENHURST ROBOTICS CLUB ... 10,000 ................... (re. $10,000) LINKS FOUNDATION, INC. ... 15,000 ...................... (re. $15,000) LITERACY ASSISTANCE CENTER ... 6,000 .................... (re. $6,000) LITERACY NASSAU, INC. ... 5,000 ......................... (re. $5,000) LITERACY SUFFOLK, INC. ... 22,000 ...................... (re. $22,000) LITERACY VOLUNTEERS OF AMERICA - WESTCHESTER COUNTY AFFILIATE, INC. ... 5,000 ............................................. (re. $5,000) LITERACY VOLUNTEERS OF NIAGARA COUNTY ... 3,000 ......... (re. $3,000) LITERACY VOLUNTEERS OF ROCHESTER, INC. ... 30,000 ...... (re. $30,000) LITERACY VOLUNTEERS OF SULLIVAN COUNTY ... 5,000 ........ (re. $5,000) LITERACY VOLUNTEERS OF WESTERN ORANGE COUNTY, INC. ................... 5,000 ................................................. (re. $5,000) LIVINGSTON MANOR FREE LIBRARY ... 4,000 ................. (re. $4,000) LOCUST VALLEY LIBRARY ... 1,000 ......................... (re. $1,000)
LONG BEACH LATINO CIVIC ASSOCIATION, INC. ... 5,000 ..... (re. $5,000) LONG BEACH PUBLIC LIBRARY ... 5,000 ..................... (re. $5,000) LONG BEACH PUBLIC SCHOOLS ... 15,000 ................... (re. $15,000) LONG BEACH REACH, INC. ... 15,000 ...................... (re. $15,000) LONG ISLAND GAY AND LESBIAN YOUTH, INC. ... 10,000 ..... (re. $10,000) LONG ISLAND LATINO TEACHERS ASSOCIATION, INC. ... 5,000 . (re. $5,000) LONGFELLOW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL ... 5,000 .................. (re. $5,000) LONGWOOD CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT ... 7,000 .............. (re. $7,000) LORRAINE MONROE LEADERSHIP INSTITUTE ... 10,000 ........ (re. $10,000) LOWER EAST SIDE TENEMENT MUSEUM ... 77,000 ............. (re. $77,000) LOWER HUDSON VALLEY CHALLENGE CENTER, INC. ... 6,000 .... (re. $6,000) LUTHERAN FAMILY HEALTH CENTERS ... 3,000 ................ (re. $3,000) LYNCOURT UNION FREE SCHOOL ... 15,000 .................. (re. $15,000) MANHATTAN COLLEGE ... 5,000 ............................. (re. $5,000) MANHATTAN NEW SCHOOL PTA ... 1,000 ...................... (re. $1,000) MAPLE STREET SCHOOL ... 3,500 ........................... (re. $3,500) MARTA VALLE MODEL SCHOOL ... 17,000 .................... (re. $17,000) MARTHA WATFORD EARLY LEARNING CENTER ... 3,000 .......... (re. $3,000) MARTIN DEPORRES SCHOOL, INC. ... 2,000 .................. (re. $2,000) MARYMOUNT MANHATTAN COLLEGE ... 5,000 ................... (re. $5,000) MENANDS UNION FREE SCHOOL DISTRICT ... 15,000 .......... (re. $15,000) MID-HUDSON LIBRARY SYSTEM ... 27,500 ................... (re. $27,500) MIDDLE COUNTRY CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT ... 5,000 ........ (re. $5,000) MIDDLE COUNTRY LIBRARY FOUNDATION, INC. ... 5,000 ....... (re. $5,000) MIDORI FOUNDATION, INC. ... 16,000 ..................... (re. $16,000) MINEOLA MEMORIAL LIBRARY ... 1,000 ...................... (re. $1,000) MONROE COMMUNITY COLLEGE ... 20,000 .................... (re. $20,000) MONSIGNOR MCCLANCY HIGH SCHOOL ... 5,000 ................ (RE. $5,000) MORRIS HIGH SCHOOL ... 3,000 ............................ (re. $3,000) MOUNT PLEASANT BLYTHEDALE UNION FREE SCHOOL DISTRICT ................. 5,000 ................................................. (re. $5,000) MOUNT PLEASANT PUBLIC LIBRARY ... 10,000 ............... (re. $10,000) MOUNT VERNON PUBLIC LIBRARY ... 5,000 ................... (re. $5,000) MS 45 - STARS PREP ACADEMY ... 10,000 .................. (re. $10,000) MS 821 SUNSET PARK PREP ... 4,500 ....................... (re. $4,500) MT. PLEASANT CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT PTA ... 10,000 .... (re. $10,000) MT. VERNON BOARD OF EDUCATION ... 20,000 ............... (re. $20,000) MUSEUM OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK ... 5,000 ................ (re. $5,000) MUSIC OUTREACH - LEARNING THROUGH MUSIC, INC. ... 7,000 . (re. $7,000) MUSICIANS UNITED FOR SUPERIOR EDUCATION INC. (MUSE) .................. 7,500 ................................................. (re. $7,500) NASSAU COUNTY MUSEUM OF ART ... 3,000 ................... (re. $3,000) NATIONAL CENTER FOR SUBURBAN STUDIES AT HOFSTRA UNIVERSITY ........... 5,000 ................................................. (re. $5,000) NAZARETH COLLEGE ... 5,000 .............................. (re. $5,000) NEIGHBORHOOD SCHOOL ... 17,000 ......................... (re. $17,000) NEST + M ... 17,000 .................................... (re. $17,000) NEW INTERDISCIPLINARY SCHOOL ... 3,000 .................. (re. $3,000) NEW YORK BRANCH OF THE INTERNATIONAL DYSLEXIA ASSOCIATION, INC. ... 10,000 .............................................. (re. $10,000) NEW YORK CARES, INC. ... 5,000 .......................... (re. $5,000) NEW YORK CITY CENTER, INC. ... 8,000 .................... (re. $8,000)
NEW YORK CITY CENTER, INC. ... 5,000 .................... (RE. $5,000) NEW YORK HALL OF SCIENCE ... 38,000 .................... (re. $38,000) NEW YORK JUNIOR TENNIS LEAGUE, INC. ... 4,000 ........... (re. $4,000) NEW YORK PUBLIC LIBRARY, ASTOR LENOX AND TILDEN FOUNDATIONS ... 172,500 ............................................ (re. $172,500) NEW YORK STATE LABOR RELIGION COALITION, INC. ... 7,500 . (re. $7,500) NEWMAN RIGA PUBLIC LIBRARY ... 10,000 .................. (re. $10,000) NORTH CHATHAM FREE LIBRARY ... 5,000 .................... (re. $5,000) NORTH SYRACUSE SCHOOL DISTRICT ... 10,000 .............. (re. $10,000) NORTH TONAWANDA CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT ... 4,300 .......... (re. $4,300) NORWOOD LIBRARY ... 6,000 ............................... (re. $6,000) NYACK LIBRARY ... 14,000 ............................... (re. $14,000) NYC DEPT. OF EDUCATION - IS 14 ... 2,500 ................ (re. $2,500) NYC DEPT. OF EDUCATION - IS 285 ... 2,500 ............... (re. $2,500) NYC DEPT. OF EDUCATION - JAMES MADISON HIGH SCHOOL ................... 2,500 ................................................. (re. $2,500) NYC DEPT. OF EDUCATION - PS 109 ... 2,500 ............... (re. $2,500) NYC DEPT. OF EDUCATION - PS 119 ... 2,500 ............... (re. $2,500) NYC DEPT. OF EDUCATION - PS 194 ... 2,500 ............... (re. $2,500) NYC DEPT. OF EDUCATION - PS 197 ... 2,500 ............... (re. $2,500) NYC DEPT. OF EDUCATION - PS 206 ... 2,500 ............... (re. $2,500) NYC DEPT. OF EDUCATION - PS 208 ... 2,500 ............... (re. $2,500) NYC DEPT. OF EDUCATION - PS 244 ... 2,500 ............... (re. $2,500) NYC DEPT. OF EDUCATION - PS 251 ... 2,500 ............... (re. $2,500) NYC DEPT. OF EDUCATION - PS 52 ... 2,500 ................ (re. $2,500) NYC DEPT. OF EDUCATION - SAMUEL TILDEN HIGH SCHOOL ................... 2,500 ................................................. (re. $2,500) NYC DEPT. OF EDUCATION - SHEEPSHEAD BAY HIGH SCHOOL .................. 2,500 ................................................. (re. $2,500) NYC DEPT. OF EDUCATION - SOUTH SHORE HIGH SCHOOL ..................... 2,500 ................................................. (re. $2,500) NYC LAB MIDDLE SCHOOL FOR COLLABORATIVE STUDIES PARENTS ASSOCIATION, INC. ... 5,000 ........................................ (re. $5,000) OCEANSIDE SCHOOL DISTRICT ... 5,000 ..................... (re. $5,000) ONONDAGA CORTLAND MADISON BOCES SCHOOL LIBRARY SYSTEM ................ 15,000 ............................................... (re. $15,000) ONONDAGA COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY ... 7,000 ................ (re. $7,000) OPTIMUM INSTITUTE OF ECONOMIC EMPOWERMENT, INC. ...................... 3,500 ................................................. (re. $3,500) P.S. 75 PARENT TEACHER ASSOCIATION, LTD. ... 5,000 ...... (re. $5,000) P.S. 87 PA, INC. ... 4,000 .............................. (re. $4,000) PARENT TEACHER ASSOCIATION COUNCIL OF GREENBURGH CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT ... 10,000 .................................. (re. $10,000) PARENT TEACHER ASSOCIATION POCANTICO HILLS CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT ... 5,000 ................................................. (re. $5,000) PARENT-TEACHER ASSOCIATION OF PUBLIC SCHOOL/IS 217M .................. 4,500 ................................................. (re. $4,500) PARENTS ASSOCIATION OF PUBLIC SCHOOL 158-M ... 1,000 .... (re. $1,000) PAT-KAM TRANSPORTATION SERVICES, INC. ... 40,000 ....... (re. $40,000) PATCHOGUE-MEDFORD LIBRARY ... 5,000 ..................... (re. $5,000) PATCHOGUE-MEDFORD SCHOOL DISTRICT ... 12,000 ........... (re. $12,000) PENCIL, INC. ... 10,500 ................................ (re. $10,500)
PENINSULA PUBLIC LIBRARY ... 5,000 ...................... (re. $5,000) PFEIFFER CENTER ... 2,000 ............................... (re. $2,000) PLAINVIEW-OLD BETHPAGE PUBLIC LIBRARY ... 2,000 ......... (re. $2,000) PLEASANTVILLE MIDDLE SCHOOL PTA ... 8,000 ............... (re. $8,000) POLICE LIAISON GROUP, INC. ... 3,000 .................... (re. $3,000) PORT WASHINGTON EDUCATION FOUNDATION, INC. ... 3,500 .... (re. $3,500) PORT WASHINGTON LIBRARY ... 1,000 ....................... (re. $1,000) PORT WASHINGTON PARENT RESOURCE CENTER, INC. ... 3,500 .. (re. $3,500) PORTUGUESE AMERICAN COMMUNITY CENTER, INC. ... 7,500 .... (re. $7,500) POTSDAM PUBLIC LIBRARY ... 3,500 ........................ (re. $3,500) PROJECT THUNDER, INC. ... 3,500 ......................... (re. $3,500) PS 116 GREEN ROOF LEARNING LABORATORY ... 5,000 ......... (re. $5,000) PS 75 PARENT TEACHER ASSOCIATION, LTD. ... 7,500 ........ (re. $7,500) PTA OF MS 54, INC. ... 7,500 ............................ (re. $7,500) PUBLIC ACCESS TELEVISION CORPORATION ... 2,000 .......... (re. $2,000) PUBLIC SCHOOL #1 CONTEMPORARY ART CENTER ... 2,500 ...... (re. $2,500) PUBLIC SCHOOL 1 ... 21,500 ............................. (re. $21,500) PUBLIC SCHOOL 10 ... 7,500 .............................. (re. $7,500) PUBLIC SCHOOL 100 ... 1,000 ............................. (re. $1,000) PUBLIC SCHOOL 101 ... 2,200 ............................. (re. $2,200) PUBLIC SCHOOL 104 ... 1,000 ............................. (re. $1,000) PUBLIC SCHOOL 107 ... 7,000 ............................. (re. $7,000) PUBLIC SCHOOL 110 ... 20,000 ........................... (re. $20,000) PUBLIC SCHOOL 114 ... 1,000 ............................. (re. $1,000) PUBLIC SCHOOL 115 ... 1,000 ............................. (re. $1,000) PUBLIC SCHOOL 124 ... 17,000 ........................... (re. $17,000) PUBLIC SCHOOL 126 ... 17,000 ........................... (re. $17,000) PUBLIC SCHOOL 128 ... 2,000 ............................. (re. $2,000) PUBLIC SCHOOL 130 ... 24,000 ........................... (re. $24,000) PUBLIC SCHOOL 132 ... 8,752 ............................. (re. $8,752) PUBLIC SCHOOL 134 ... 20,000 ........................... (re. $20,000) PUBLIC SCHOOL 137 ... 17,000 ........................... (re. $17,000) PUBLIC SCHOOL 139 ... 9,200 ............................. (re. $9,200) PUBLIC SCHOOL 140 ... 17,000 ........................... (re. $17,000) PUBLIC SCHOOL 142 ... 17,000 ........................... (re. $17,000) PUBLIC SCHOOL 144 ... 6,000 ............................. (re. $6,000) PUBLIC SCHOOL 149 BEACON PROGRAM ... 5,000 .............. (re. $5,000) PUBLIC SCHOOL 15 - PATRICK F. DALY ... 4,500 ............ (re. $4,500) PUBLIC SCHOOL 153 - HOMECREST SCHOOL OF MUSIC ... 2,000 . (re. $2,000) PUBLIC SCHOOL 154 ... 7,000 ............................. (re. $7,000) PUBLIC SCHOOL 169 ... 4,500 ............................. (re. $4,500) PUBLIC SCHOOL 172 ... 4,500 ............................. (re. $4,500) PUBLIC SCHOOL 174 ... 2,200 ............................. (re. $2,200) PUBLIC SCHOOL 176Q ... 2,000 ............................ (re. $2,000) PUBLIC SCHOOL 179 ... 3,000 ............................. (re. $3,000) PUBLIC SCHOOL 183 PARENTS - TEACHERS ASSOCIATION, INC. ............... 1,000 ................................................. (re. $1,000) PUBLIC SCHOOL 185 ... 1,000 ............................. (re. $1,000) PUBLIC SCHOOL 188 ... 1,000 ............................. (re. $1,000) PUBLIC SCHOOL 19 - ASHER LEVY SCHOOL ... 5,000 .......... (re. $5,000) PUBLIC SCHOOL 193 - QUEENS ... 2,500 .................... (RE. $2,500) PUBLIC SCHOOL 195 - MANHATTAN BEACH SCHOOL ... 2,000 .... (re. $2,000)
PUBLIC SCHOOL 2 ... 17,000 ............................. (re. $17,000) PUBLIC SCHOOL 20 ... 25,000 ............................ (re. $25,000) PUBLIC SCHOOL 203 ... 1,000 ............................. (re. $1,000) PUBLIC SCHOOL 206 - JOSEPH F. LAMB SCHOOL ... 1,000 ..... (re. $1,000) PUBLIC SCHOOL 207 ... 1,000 ............................. (re. $1,000) PUBLIC SCHOOL 209 - MARGARET MEAD SCHOOL ... 2,000 ...... (re. $2,000) PUBLIC SCHOOL 209 - QUEENS ... 1,000 .................... (RE. $1,000) PUBLIC SCHOOL 217 ... 7,000 ............................. (re. $7,000) PUBLIC SCHOOL 222 ... 1,000 ............................. (re. $1,000) PUBLIC SCHOOL 225 - EILEEN ZAGLAN SCHOOL ... 2,000 ...... (re. $2,000) PUBLIC SCHOOL 229 ... 1,000 ............................. (re. $1,000) PUBLIC SCHOOL 230 ... 7,000 ............................. (re. $7,000) PUBLIC SCHOOL 236 ... 1,000 ............................. (re. $1,000) PUBLIC SCHOOL 238 - ANNE SULLIVAN SCHOOL ... 2,000 ...... (re. $2,000) PUBLIC SCHOOL 24 ... 4,500 .............................. (re. $4,500) PUBLIC SCHOOL 253 ... 1,000 ............................. (re. $1,000) PUBLIC SCHOOL 255 ... [4,000] 2,000 ..................... (re. $2,000) PUBLIC SCHOOL 272 ... 1,000 ............................. (re. $1,000) PUBLIC SCHOOL 276 ... 1,000 ............................. (re. $1,000) PUBLIC SCHOOL 277 ... 1,000 ............................. (re. $1,000) PUBLIC SCHOOL 288 ... 1,000 ............................. (re. $1,000) PUBLIC SCHOOL 295 ... 3,000 ............................. (re. $3,000) PUBLIC SCHOOL 3 - JOHN MELSER CHARRETTE SCHOOL ....................... 5,000 ................................................. (re. $5,000) PUBLIC SCHOOL 31 ... 3,000 .............................. (re. $3,000) PUBLIC SCHOOL 312 ... 1,000 ............................. (re. $1,000) PUBLIC SCHOOL 321 ... 7,000 ............................. (re. $7,000) PUBLIC SCHOOL 329 ... 1,000 ............................. (re. $1,000) PUBLIC SCHOOL 39 ... 7,000 .............................. (re. $7,000) PUBLIC SCHOOL 42 ... 17,000 ............................ (re. $17,000) PUBLIC SCHOOL 49 ... 2,200 .............................. (re. $2,200) PUBLIC SCHOOL 503 ... 5,000 ............................. (re. $5,000) PUBLIC SCHOOL 506 ... 4,500 ............................. (re. $4,500) PUBLIC SCHOOL 63 ... 17,000 ............................ (re. $17,000) PUBLIC SCHOOL 72 ... 6,000 .............................. (re. $6,000) PUBLIC SCHOOL 87 QUEENS ... 8,000 ....................... (re. $8,000) PUBLIC SCHOOL 90 ... 1,000 .............................. (re. $1,000) PUBLIC SCHOOL 94 ... 4,500 .............................. (re. $4,500) PUBLIC SERVICE SCHOLAR PROGRAM AT HUNTER COLLEGE ..................... 35,000 ............................................... (re. $35,000) QUEENS BOROUGH COMMUNITY COLLEGE FUND, INC. .......................... 1,000 ................................................. (RE. $1,000) QUEENS BOROUGH PUBLIC LIBRARY ... 44,500 ............... (re. $44,500) QUEENS THEATRE IN THE PARK, INC. ... 2,000 .............. (re. $2,000) QUEST YOUTH ORGANIZATION, INC. ... 3,000 ................ (re. $3,000) RADIO CATSKILL ... 5,000 ................................ (re. $5,000) RAMAPO CATSKILL LIBRARY SYSTEM ... 18,000 .............. (re. $18,000) REACH OUT AND READ COALITION OF GREATER NEW YORK, INC. ............... 3,000 ................................................. (re. $3,000) REDEMPTION, INC. ... 2,500 .............................. (re. $2,500) REGION #5 - LIFEGUARD DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM ............................ 3,000 ................................................. (re. $3,000)
REGION 6 - SCHOOL DISTRICT 22 ... 6,100 ................. (re. $6,100) RENAISSANCE CHARTER SCHOOL ... 6,000 .................... (re. $6,000) RENAISSANCE MIDDLE SCHOOL ... 3,000 ..................... (re. $3,000) RESEARCH FOUNDATION OF STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK .................. 19,000 ............................................... (re. $19,000) RESEARCH FOUNDATION OF THE CITY UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK ............... 2,500 ................................................. (re. $2,500) RHINEBECK SCIENCE FOUNDATION, INC. ... 5,000 ............ (re. $5,000) RIGHT START FOUNDATION ... 2,000 ........................ (re. $2,000) RIVER WATCH INC. ... 22,000 ............................ (re. $22,000) RIVERHEAD CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT ... 5,000 ............. (re. $5,000) ROCHESTER EDUCATION FOUNDATION, INC. ... 5,000 .......... (re. $5,000) ROCHESTER REGIONAL LIBRARY COUNCIL ... 30,000 .......... (re. $30,000) RTPI OF NATURAL HISTORY ... 50,000 ..................... (re. $50,000) RUGBY FAMILY SERVICES, INC. ... 5,000 ................... (re. $5,000) RUGRUNNERS ROBOTICS, INC. ... 5,000 ..................... (re. $5,000) RUSH PUBLIC LIBRARY ... 10,000 ......................... (re. $10,000) RYE PRESCHOOL CONSORTIUM ... 10,000 .................... (re. $10,000) SACHEM CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT ... 6,000 ................ (re. $6,000) SCHOOL FOR LANGUAGE AND COMMUNICATION DEVELOPMENT .................... 3,000 ................................................. (re. $3,000) SCIENCE SCHOOLS INITIATIVE, LTD. ... 5,000 .............. (re. $5,000) SCOTTSVILLE FREE LIBRARY ... 10,000 .................... (re. $10,000) SEA CLIFF VILLAGE LIBRARY ... 1,000 ..................... (re. $1,000) SHOREHAM WADING RIVER HIGH SCHOOL ... 2,000 ............. (re. $2,000) SIENA COLLEGE ... 5,000 ................................. (re. $5,000) SLEEPY HOLLOW PARENT TEACHER STUDENT ASSOCIATION ..................... 10,000 ............................................... (re. $10,000) SOCIETY OF THE THIRD STREET MUSIC SCHOOL SETTLEMENT, INC. ............ 5,000 ................................................. (re. $5,000) SOUTH BUFFALO EDUCATION CENTER ... 9,600 ................ (re. $9,600) SOUTH CENTRAL REGIONAL LIBRARY COUNCIL ... 15,000 ...... (re. $15,000) SOUTH COUNTRY CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT ... 6,000 ......... (re. $6,000) SOUTH COUNTRY LIBRARY ... 2,500 ......................... (re. $2,500) SPECIAL EDUCATION PTA (SEPTA) ... 5,000 ................. (re. $5,000) SPOKEN INTERLUDES NEXT ... 10,000 ...................... (re. $10,000) ST. FRANCIS COLLEGE ... 6,000 ........................... (re. $6,000) ST. MATTHEW AND ST. TIMOTHY'S NEIGHBORHOOD CENTER, INC. ............. 4,000 ................................................. (re. $4,000) STATEN ISLAND HIGH SCHOOL TRACK AND FIELD ASSOCIATION ................ 5,000 ................................................. (re. $5,000) STEINWAY CHILD AND FAMILY SERVICES, INC. ... 2,500 ...... (re. $2,500) STEPPING STONES LEARNING CENTER ... 10,000 ............. (re. $10,000) STUDENT ADVOCACY, INC. ... 7,500 ........................ (re. $7,500) SULLIVAN COUNTY HEAD START, INC. ... 2,500 .............. (re. $2,500) SYOSSET PUBLIC LIBRARY ... 1,000 ........................ (re. $1,000) TANENBAUM CENTER FOR INTERRELIGIOUS UNDERSTANDING .................... 5,000 ................................................. (re. $5,000) THE BEACON INSTITUTE, INC. ... 5,000 .................... (re. $5,000) THEODORE ROOSEVELT SANCTURAY AND AUDUBON CENTER ...................... 1,000 ................................................. (re. $1,000)
THOMAS A. EDISON CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION HIGH SCHOOL .......... 14,000 ............................................... (re. $14,000) THOMHILL COMMUNITY SUPPORTIVE SERVICES, INCORPORATED ................. 3,500 ................................................. (re. $3,500) TONAWANDA/GRAND ISLAND TEACHER CENTER ... 1,250 ......... (re. $1,250) TOWN OF PELHAM PUBLIC LIBRARY ... 11,000 ............... (re. $11,000) TOWN OF SCHAGHTICOKE - DRIVER MEMORIAL LIBRARY ....................... 4,000 ................................................. (re. $4,000) TUCKAHOE UNION FREE SCHOOL DISTRICT ... 9,000 ........... (re. $9,000) TURNING POINT ... 5,000 ................................. (re. $5,000) TWENTY FIRST CENTURY SAVE OUR KIDS TASK FORCE, INC. .................. 5,000 ................................................. (re. $5,000) TWO TOGETHER, INC. ... 5,000 ............................ (re. $5,000) ULSTER LITERACY ASSOCIATION, INC. ... 10,000 ........... (re. $10,000) UNIFIED NEW CASSEL COMMUNITY REVITALIZATION CORPORATION .............. 10,000 ............................................... (re. $10,000) UNION - ENDICOTT CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT ... 3,500 ...... (re. $3,500) UNION SQUARE PARTNERSHIP, INC. ... 2,000 ................ (re. $2,000) UNITY NEIGHBORHOOD CENTER, INC. ... 5,000 ............... (re. $5,000) UPSTATE NEW YORK FAMILIES FOR EFFECTIVE AUTISM TREATMENT, INC. ... 10,000 .............................................. (re. $10,000) URBAN YOGA FOUNDATION, INC. ... 5,000 ................... (re. $5,000) VALHALLA PTA ... 10,000 ................................ (re. $10,000) VEDDER RESEARCH LIBRARY ... 5,000 ....................... (re. $5,000) VILLA MARIA COLLEGE OF BUFFALO ... 10,000 .............. (re. $10,000) WAMC ... 5,000 .......................................... (RE. $5,000) WARNER LIBRARY ... 10,000 .............................. (re. $10,000) WASHINGTON HEIGHTS-INWOOD COALITION ... 5,000 ........... (re. $5,000) WAVE HILL, INC. ... 10,000 ............................. (re. $10,000) WEEKSVILLE HERITAGE CENTER ... 5,000 .................... (re. $5,000) WEST IRONDEQUOIT CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT ... 10,000 .... (re. $10,000) WEST SENECA TEACHER'S CENTER ... 5,000 .................. (re. $5,000) WESTCHESTER JEWISH COMMUNITY SERVICES, INC. ... 17,000 . (re. $17,000) WESTCHESTER SCHOOL FOR SPECIAL CHILDREN ... 5,000 ....... (re. $5,000) WHITE PLAINS LIBRARY FOUNDATION, INC. ... 10,000 ....... (re. $10,000) WILLIAM K. SANFORD TOWN LIBRARY ... 3,000 ............... (re. $3,000) WORKING HARBOR COMMITTEE, INC. ... 2,500 ................ (re. $2,500) YAI - WILLIAM CONNOR ... 1,000 .......................... (re. $1,000) YESHIVA OF MANHATTAN BEACH ... 3,000 .................... (re. $3,000) YONKERS PARTNERS IN EDUCATION, INC. ... 5,000 ........... (re. $5,000) YONKERS PUBLIC SCHOOL DISTRICT ... 20,000 .............. (re. $20,000) YOUNG PEOPLE'S CHORUS OF NEW YORK CITY, INC. ......................... 17,000 ............................................... (re. $17,000) General Fund / Aid to Localities Community Projects Fund - 007 Account EE 20TH CENTURY CLUB LIBRARY ... 1,000 ..................... (re. $1,000) ALFRED BOX OF BOOKS LIBRARY ... 1,000 ................... (re. $1,000) ALTERNATIVES FOR CHILDREN ... 10,000 ................... (re. $10,000) ALTERNATIVES FOR CHILDREN ... 2,000 ..................... (re. $2,000)
AMHERST PUBLIC LIBRARY ... 30,000 ...................... (re. $30,000) ANGELICA PUBLIC LIBRARY ... 1,000 ....................... (re. $1,000) ARCADE FREE LIBRARY ... 1,000 ........................... (re. $1,000) AVON FREE LIBRARY ... 1,000 ............................. (re. $1,000) BALDWIN SCHOOL DISTRICT ... 5,000 ....................... (re. $5,000) BARKER FREE LIBRARY ... 2,900 ........................... (re. $2,900) BELL MEMORIAL LIBRARY ... 1,000 ......................... (re. $1,000) BELMONT LITERACY AND HISTORICAL SOCIETY ... 1,000 ....... (re. $1,000) BLOSSOM GARDEN FRIENDS SCHOOL ... 2,500 ................. (re. $2,500) BROOME COUNTY HEAD START ... 5,000 ...................... (re. $5,000) BYRON-BERGEN PUBLIC LIBRARY ... 2,000 ................... (re. $2,000) CALEDONIA LIBRARY ... 1,000 ............................. (re. $1,000) CARLE PLACE UNION FREE SCHOOL DISTRICT ... 4,000 ........ (re. $4,000) CATSKILL REGIONAL TEACHER CENTER ... 5,000 .............. (re. $5,000) CATTARAUGUS COUNTY PROJECT HEAD START, INC. ... 8,000 ... (re. $8,000) CENTER MORICHES FREE PUBLIC LIBRARY ... 1,000 ........... (re. $1,000) CHATHAM HIGH SCHOOL NEWSPAPER ... 500 ..................... (re. $500) CLINTON CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT ... 7,000 ............... (re. $7,000) COLLEGE OF STATEN ISLAND ... 3,500 ...................... (re. $3,500) COMMUNITY FREE LIBRARY ... 2,000 ........................ (re. $2,000) CORDELIA GREENE LIBRARY ... 1,000 ....................... (re. $1,000) CRADLE OF AVIATION ... 2,500 ............................ (re. $2,500) CUSTOM EDUCATION FOUNDATION ... 5,000 ................... (re. $5,000) DAEMON COLLEGE ... 30,000 .............................. (re. $30,000) DANSVILLE PUBLIC LIBRARY ... 1,000 ...................... (re. $1,000) DEVEREAUX MILLWOOD LEARNING CENTER ... 20,000 .......... (re. $20,000) DUTCHESS COMMUNITY COLLEGE ... 10,000 .................. (re. $10,000) EAGLE FREE LIBRARY ... 1,000 ............................ (re. $1,000) EAST HAMPTON LIBRARY ... 1,000 .......................... (re. $1,000) EAST MEADOW PUBLIC LIBRARY ... 5,000 .................... (re. $5,000) EAST ROCKAWAY SCHOOL DISTRICT ... 5,000 ................. (re. $5,000) ELMONT MEMORIAL HIGH SCHOOL ... 70,000 ................. (re. $70,000) ELWOOD PUBLIC LIBRARY ... 2,000 ......................... (re. $2,000) ESSENTIAL CLUB FREE LIBRARY ... 1,000 ................... (re. $1,000) FARMINGDALE COMMUNITY SUMMIT COUNCIL, INC. ... 10,000 .. (re. $10,000) FLORAL PARK MEMORIAL HIGH SCHOOL ... 19,000 ............ (re. $19,000) FRIENDS OF THE ELIJAH SCHOOL ... 4,500 .................. (re. $4,500) GILLAM-GRANT COMMUNITY CENTER LIBRARY ... 2,000 ......... (re. $2,000) GOUVERNEUR CENTRAL SCHOOL ... 5,000 ..................... (re. $5,000) GREEN CHIMNEYS CLEARPOOL EDUCATION CENTER ... 1,000 ..... (re. $1,000) HAGEDORN LITTLE VILLAGE SCHOOL ... 2,000 ................ (re. $2,000) HAMPTON LIBRARY IN BRIDGEHAMPTON ... 1,000 .............. (re. $1,000) HARPURSVILLE CENTRAL SCHOOL ... 2,000 ................... (re. $2,000) HAXTON MEMORIAL LIBRARY ... 2,000 ....................... (re. $2,000) HAZARD LIBRARY ... 10,000 .............................. (re. $10,000) HERRICKS UNION FREE SCHOOL DISTRICT ... 4,000 ........... (re. $4,000) HOLLAND PATENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ... 5,000 ................ (re. $5,000) HUDSON CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT ... 2,500 ................... (re. $2,500) HUNTINGTON CHAMBER FOUNDATION (LEADERSHIP PROGRAM) ................... 1,500 ................................................. (re. $1,500) HYDE PARK CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT ... 30,000 ........... (re. $30,000) ISLAND TREES PTA ... 1,000 .............................. (re. $1,000)
JAMESTOWN COMMUNITY COLLEGE-CATTARAUGUS COUNTY CAMPUS ................ 8,000 ................................................. (re. $8,000) JOHN JERMAIN MEMORIAL LIBRARY ... 1,000 ................. (re. $1,000) LEE-WHELDON MEMORIAL LIBRARY ... 2,000 .................. (re. $2,000) LIMA PUBLIC LIBRARY ... 1,000 ........................... (re. $1,000) LITERACY NASSAU ... 1,000 ............................... (re. $1,000) LITERACY OF NORTHERN NEW YORK ... 5,000 ................. (re. $5,000) LITERACY VOLUNTEERS OF ESSEX/FRANKLIN COUNTY ... 8,000 .. (re. $8,000) LITERACY VOLUNTEERS OF LIVINGSTON COUNTY INC. ... 2,500 . (re. $2,500) LITERACY VOLUNTEERS OF SENECA COUNTY ... 3,000 .......... (re. $3,000) LITERACY VOLUNTEERS OF WAYNE COUNTY ... 14,000 ......... (re. $14,000) LOCKPORT LIBRARY SYSTEM ... 1,700 ....................... (re. $1,700) LYNBROOK SCHOOL DISTRICT ... 5,000 ...................... (re. $5,000) MALVERNE SCHOOL DISTRICT ... 5,000 ...................... (re. $5,000) MARGARET REANEY MEMORIAL LIBRARY ... 7,500 .............. (re. $7,500) MASSAPEQUA H.S. HALL OF FAME ... 1,000 .................. (re. $1,000) MASSAPEQUA PTA ... 1,000 ................................ (re. $1,000) MASSAPEQUA PUBLIC SCHOOLS ... 1,000 ..................... (re. $1,000) MASTIC MORICHES SHIRLEY COMMUNITY LIBRARY ... 1,000 ..... (re. $1,000) MID HUDSON LIBRARY ... 2,000 ............................ (re. $2,000) MID HUDSON LIBRARY ... 10,000 .......................... (re. $10,000) MID HUDSON LIBRARY SYSTEM ... 15,000 ................... (re. $15,000) MIDDLEPORT FREE LIBRARY ... 1,300 ....................... (re. $1,300) MINEOLA UNION FREE SCHOOL DISTRICT ... 4,000 ............ (re. $4,000) MONTAUK LIBRARY ... 1,000 ............................... (re. $1,000) MONTGOMERY COUNTY LITERACY PROJECT ... 3,000 ............ (re. $3,000) MT. MORRIS PUBLIC LIBRARY ... 1,000 ..................... (re. $1,000) NEW HYDE PARK-GARDEN CITY PARK UNION FREE SCHOOL DISTRICT ............ 4,000 ................................................. (re. $4,000) NIOGA COUNTY LITERACY VOLUNTEERS ... 5,000 .............. (re. $5,000) NIOGA LIBRARY SYSTEM ... 1,000 .......................... (re. $1,000) NORTH COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY SYSTEM ... 15,000 .......... (re. $15,000) NORTHPORT-EAST NORTHPORT PUBLIC LIBRARY ... 2,000 ....... (re. $2,000) OCEANSIDE SCHOOL DISTRICT ... 5,000 ..................... (re. $5,000) ONONDAGA COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY SYSTEM ... 15,000 ....... (re. $15,000) OXFORD ACADEMY ... 1,000 ................................ (re. $1,000) PAVILION PUBLIC LIBRARY ... 1,000 ....................... (re. $1,000) PECK MEMORIAL LIBRARY ... 10,000 ....................... (re. $10,000) PERRY PUBLIC LIBRARY ... 1,000 .......................... (re. $1,000) PIKE PUBLIC LIBRARY ... 1,000 ........................... (re. $1,000) PINE BUSH LEADERSHIP ACADEMY ... 5,000 .................. (re. $5,000) PLAINEDGE PTA ... 1,000 ................................. (re. $1,000) PLEASANT VALLEY FREE LIBRARY ... 6,700 .................. (re. $6,700) PROJECT GRD LONG ISLAND, INC. ... 3,500 ................. (re. $3,500) QUOGUE LIBRARY ... 1,000 ................................ (re. $1,000) RAMAPO CATSKILL LIBRARY SYSTEM ... 5,000 ................ (re. $5,000) REMSEN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL ... 5,000 ...................... (re. $5,000) RICHMOND MEMORIAL LIBRARY ... 2,000 ..................... (re. $2,000) ROCKVILLE CENTRE SCHOOL DISTRICT ... 5,000 .............. (re. $5,000) RUSHFORD FREE LIBRARY ... 1,000 ......................... (re. $1,000) SAG HARBOR SCHOOL DISTRICT ... 5,000 .................... (re. $5,000) SEYMOUR LIBRARY ... 2,000 ............................... (re. $2,000)
SEYMOUR LIBRARY ... 8,500 ............................... (re. $8,500) SHERBURNE-EARLVILLE CENTRAL SCHOOL ... 1,000 ............ (re. $1,000) SPENCER-VAN ETTEN KEY CLUB ... 2,000 .................... (re. $2,000) STEVENS MEMORIAL LIBRARY ... 1,000 ...................... (re. $1,000) SWAN LIBRARY ... 2,000 .................................. (re. $2,000) TOWN OF GAINESVILLE PUBLIC LIBRARY ... 1,000 ............ (re. $1,000) VALLEY STREAM CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT ... 1,000 .... (re. $1,000) VALLEY STREAM SCHOOL DISTRICT 13 ... 5,000 .............. (re. $5,000) VALLEY STREAM SCHOOL DISTRICT 24 ... 5,000 .............. (re. $5,000) VALLEY STREAM SCHOOL DISTRICT 30 ... 5,000 .............. (re. $5,000) VALLEY STREAM SCHOOL DISTRICT 30 ... 5,000 .............. (re. $5,000) WADSWORTH LIBRARY ... 1,000 ............................. (re. $1,000) WALTON YOUTH FARM PROJECT ... 8,000 ..................... (re. $8,000) WANTAGH PUBLIC LIBRARY ... 5,000 ........................ (re. $5,000) WARSAW PUBLIC LIBRARY ... 1,000 ......................... (re. $1,000) WATKINS GLEN CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT ... 5,000 .......... (re. $5,000) WESTBURY UNION FREE SCHOOL DISTRICT ... 5,000 ........... (re. $5,000) WESTHAMPTON FREE LIBRARY ... 1,000 ...................... (re. $1,000) WIDE AWAKE CLUB LIBRARY ... 1,000 ....................... (re. $1,000) WILLIAMSTOWN LIBRARY ... 5,000 .......................... (re. $5,000) WILLIAMSVILLE EDUCATION FOUNDATION, INC. ... 30,000 .... (re. $30,000) WOOD LIBRARY ... 25,000 ................................ (re. $25,000) WOODWARD MEMORIAL LIBRARY ... 2,000 ..................... (re. $2,000) WYOMING FREE CIRCULATING LIBRARY ... 1,000 .............. (re. $1,000) YATES COMMUNITY LIBRARY ... 2,000 ....................... (re. $2,000) By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2008: Maintenance Undistributed For services and expenses or for contracts with municipalities and/or private not-for-profit agencies for the amounts herein provided: General Fund / Aid to Localities Community Projects Fund - 007 Account CC CUNY DOMINICAN STUDIES INSTITUTE ... 100,000 ........... (re. $65,337) PARENTS INFORMATION NETWORK, INC. ... 30,000 ........... (re. $30,000) QUEENS BOROUGH PUBLIC LIBRARY SYSTEM - LANGSTON HUGHES ............... 25,000 ............................................... (re. $18,750) SYRACUSE CHARGERS ROWING CLUB ... 150,000 ............. (re. $112,500) XAVERIAN HIGH SCHOOL ... 10,000 ........................ (re. $10,000) For additional aid payable for the 2008-09 school year to schools providing special services or programs as defined in paragraphs e, g, i, and l of subdivision 2 of section 4401 of the education law and approved preschool programs that provide full and half-day educational programs in accordance with section 4410 of the educa- tion law to help prevent excessive instructional staff turnover through a targeted adjustment of compensation for teachers providing direct instructional services to students at such schools. The
commissioner of education shall develop an allocation plan, subject to the approval of the director of the budget, that distributes funds appropriated herein among eligible schools ................... 2,000,000 ............................................ (re. $60,632) For services and expenses of certain schools pursuant to the following sub-schedule ... 350,000 ............................ (re. $350,000) sub-schedule Academy of American Studies High School ... 10,000 ..... (re. $10,000) Academy of Finance and enterprise ... 10,000 ........... (re. $10,000) Aviation Career and Tech High School ... 10,000 ........ (re. $10,000) Baccalaureate School of Global Studies ... 10,000 ...... (re. $10,000) Frank Sinatra High School ... 10,000 ................... (re. $10,000) Grover Cleveland High School ... 10,000 ................ (re. $10,000) High School for Information Technology ... 10,000 ...... (re. $10,000) High School of Applied Communication ... 10,000 ........ (re. $10,000) International High School ... 10,000 ................... (re. $10,000) IS 77 Q ... 10,000 ..................................... (re. $10,000) IS 93 Q ... 10,000 ..................................... (re. $10,000) IS 125 Q ... 10,000 .................................... (re. $10,000) IS 126 Q ... 10,000 .................................... (re. $10,000) IS 204 Q ... 10,000 .................................... (re. $10,000) Long Island City High School ... 10,000 ................ (re. $10,000) Middle College High School ... 10,000 .................. (re. $10,000) Newcomers High School ... 10,000 ....................... (re. $10,000) PS 11 Q ... 10,000 ..................................... (re. $10,000) PS 68 Q ... 10,000 ..................................... (re. $10,000) PS 71 Q ... 10,000 ..................................... (re. $10,000) PS 76 Q ... 10,000 ..................................... (re. $10,000) PS 78 Q ... 10,000 ..................................... (re. $10,000) PS 81 Q ... 10,000 ..................................... (re. $10,000) PS 88 Q ... 10,000 ..................................... (re. $10,000) PS 111 Q ... 10,000 .................................... (re. $10,000) PS 112 Q ... 10,000 .................................... (re. $10,000) PS 150 Q ... 10,000 .................................... (re. $10,000) PS 166 Q ... 10,000 .................................... (re. $10,000) PS 171 Q ... 10,000 .................................... (re. $10,000) PS 199 Q ... 10,000 .................................... (re. $10,000) PS 239 Q ... 10,000 .................................... (re. $10,000) Public School 9 Walter Reed School ... 10,000 .......... (re. $10,000) Queens Vocational High School ... 10,000 ............... (re. $10,000) Robert F. Wagner Secondary School ... 10,000 ........... (re. $10,000) Skillman High School (PS 4) ... 10,000 ................. (re. $10,000) The appropriation made by chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2008, as amended by chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2009, is amended and reappropriated to read: Maintenance Undistributed
For services and expenses or for contracts with municipalities and/or private not-for-profit agencies for the amounts herein provided: General Fund / Aid to Localities Community Projects Fund - 007 Account AA A.I.M. Academics in Motion ... 10,000 .................. (re. $10,000) Academy of St. Dorothy ... 5,000 ........................ (re. $5,000) African American Media Network ... 10,000 .............. (re. $10,000) After-School Corporation, The TASC ... 5,000 ............ (re. $5,000) Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. ... 3,000 .............. (re. $3,000) America's School of Heroes Middle School 137/Region 5 ................ 5,000 ................................................. (re. $5,000) Anning S. Prall Intermediate School 27 ... 7,000 ........ (re. $7,000) Art Lab, Inc. ... 7,000 ................................. (re. $7,000) Association of Greece Central Educational Professionals .............. 2,300 ................................................. (re. $2,300) Baldwin Union Free School District ... 7,500 ............ (re. $7,500) Baldwin Union Free School District ... 36,000 .......... (re. $36,000) Bascom Global Internet Services, Inc. ... 5,000 ......... (re. $5,000) Beacon Institute, The ... 50,000 ....................... (re. $50,000) Brooklyn Amity School ... 10,000 ....................... (re. $10,000) Brooklyn Center for the Performing Arts ... 30,000 ..... (re. $30,000) Canajoharie Central School District ... 25,000 ......... (re. $25,000) Cattaraugus & Wyoming Head Start ... 10,000 ............ (re. $10,000) Charles Finney School, The ... 5,000 .................... (re. $5,000) Child Center of NY, The ... 5,000 ....................... (re. $5,000) Children's Alliance for Recreation (CARE) ... 50,000 ... (re. $50,000) Columbia Association ... 5,000 .......................... (re. $5,000) Community District Education Council 29 ... 5,000 ....... (re. $5,000) Community School District #25 ... 100,000 ............. (re. $100,000) Community School District #26 ... 100,000 ............. (re. $100,000) Community School District #29 ... 30,000 ............... (re. $30,000) Community Wellness Council of the Bellmores and Merricks, Inc. ... 30,000 ............................................... (re. $30,000) Conference of Jewish Organizations of Nassau County .................. 20,000 ............................................... (re. $20,000) Constitution Works, The ... 2,500 ....................... (re. $2,500) Crayon Project Inc., The ... 5,000 ...................... (re. $5,000) De La Salle School, The ... 6,000 ....................... (re. $6,000) Dimitri and Georgea Kaloidis School ... 2,000 ........... (re. $2,000) East Rockaway Union Free School District ... 7,500 ...... (re. $7,500) Eastern Suffolk BOCES ... 20,000 ....................... (re. $20,000) Eden II School For Autistic Children, Inc./Genesis School ............ 20,000 ............................................... (re. $20,000) Elite High School ... 10,000 ........................... (re. $10,000) Executive Leadership Institute ... 7,500 ................ (re. $7,500) Family Service League ... 20,000 ....................... (re. $20,000) Farmingdale Adventure Program ... 12,500 ............... (re. $12,500) Forest Elementary School ... 35,000 .................... (re. $35,000) Franklin K. Lane High School/ Region 5 ... 12,500 ...... (re. $12,500)
Friends of Abandoned Cemeteries, Inc. ... 5,000 ......... (re. $5,000) Friends of Bridge Foundation ... 5,000 .................. (re. $5,000) Friends of LIMSAT ... 3,750 ............................. (re. $3,750) Friends of School of the Arts ... 10,000 ............... (re. $10,000) Garden City SEPTA ... 3,750 ............................. (re. $3,750) Glendale IS 119Q/Region 4 ... 10,000 ................... (re. $10,000) Greater Johnstown School District ... 7,500 ............. (re. $7,500) Greenwood Lake UFSD ... 12,000 ......................... (re. $12,000) Hempstead H.S. Health Center ... 10,000 ................ (re. $10,000) Hewlett Woodmere Educational Foundation ... 5,000 ....... (re. $5,000) Hewlett Woodmere Union Free School District .......................... 100,000 ............................................. (re. $100,000) HIAS/LOREO ... 10,000 .................................. (re. $10,000) Hilton Central School District ... 25,000 .............. (re. $25,000) Holy Martyrs Armenian Day School ... 5,000 .............. (re. $5,000) Homecrest School of Music, The ... 2,500 ................ (re. $2,500) Ichud Mosdos Hachinuch of Brooklyn ... 5,000 ............ (re. $5,000) Intermediate School 24 ... 10,000 ...................... (re. $10,000) Intermediate School 73 ... 4,500 ........................ (re. $4,500) Intermediate School 75 ... 7,500 ........................ (re. $7,500) Intermediate School 77/Region 4 ... 3,200 ............... (re. $3,200) Italic Institute of America ... 5,000 ................... (re. $5,000) Italic Institute of America ... 5,000 ................... (re. $5,000) Italic Institute of America, Inc. ... 5,000 ............. (re. $5,000) Dutchess County BOCES ... 55,000 ....................... (re. $55,000) Korean School of Staten Island, The ... 10,000 ......... (re. $10,000) Lawrence Public Schools ... 250,000 ................... (re. $250,000) LI Women's Agenda ... 17,500 ........................... (re. $17,500) Lincoln Avenue Elementary School ... 25,000 ............ (re. $25,000) Linda Turchin Foundation ... 5,000 ...................... (re. $5,000) Literacy Council, The ... 30,000 ....................... (re. $30,000) Literacy Volunteers - Mohawk/Hudson, Inc. ... 7,000 ..... (re. $7,000) Literacy Volunteers of Cattaraugus County ... 6,000 ..... (re. $6,000) Long Beach City School District ... 100,000 ........... (re. $100,000) Long Island Council on Alcoholism & Drug Dependence, Inc. (LICADD) ... 5,000 ............................................. (re. $5,000) Long Island Maritime Museum ... 46,350 ................. (re. $46,350) Lowville Academy & Central School ... 5,000 ............. (re. $5,000) Malverne Union Free School District ... 100,000 ....... (re. $100,000) Marlboro Central Middle School ... 15,000 .............. (re. $15,000) Merrick Jewish Centre ... 20,000 ....................... (re. $20,000) Merrick SEPTA ... 21,000 ............................... (re. $21,000) MS 202/Region 5 ... 2,000 ............................... (re. $2,000) MS 210/Region 5 ... 2,000 ............................... (re. $2,000) New York Center for Interpersonal Development ........................ 10,000 ............................................... (re. $10,000) New York Junior Tennis League ... 10,000 ............... (re. $10,000) Newbridge Road School PTA ... 4,440 ..................... (re. $4,440) Newburgh Enlarged City School District-New Windsor School ............ 20,000 ............................................... (re. $20,000) Newburgh Enlarged City School District-Newburgh Free Academy ......... 5,000 ................................................. (re. $5,000)
Newburgh Enlarged City School District-Newburgh Teachers' Association ... 40,000 ........................................... (re. $40,000) Newburgh Enlarged City School District-South Junior High School ... 7,000 ................................................. (re. $7,000) Niskayuna Central School District ... 25,000 ........... (re. $25,000) North Bellmore Union Free School District ... 5,000 ..... (re. $5,000) NY Lakers ... 10,000 ................................... (re. $10,000) NYS Public High School Athletic Assn. ... 32,500 ....... (re. $32,500) Orange-Ulster BOCES ... 25,000 ......................... (re. $25,000) Our Lady of Snows School ... 15,000 .................... (re. $15,000) Our Savior Luthern Church ... 1,000 ..................... (re. $1,000) Oysterponds Union Free School District ... 50,000 ...... (re. $50,000) P.S 88 The Seneca School/Region 4 ... 7,000 ............. (re. $7,000) P.S. 193 Queens/The Magnet School of Discovery ....................... 10,000 ............................................... (re. $10,000) P.S. 254/Region 5 ... 5,000 ............................. (re. $5,000) P.S. 29 Queens, School of Literacy ... 7,000 ............ (re. $7,000) P.S. 53 ... 5,000 ....................................... (re. $5,000) P.S. 68 The Cambridge School/Region 4 ... 1,000 ......... (re. $1,000) Pembroke School District ... 14,000 .................... (re. $14,000) Provident Clinical Society of Brooklyn ... 1,000 ........ (re. $1,000) PS 146/Region 5 ... 5,000 ............................... (re. $5,000) PS 49/Region 4 ... 6,000 ................................ (re. $6,000) PS 56Q/Region 5 ... 3,000 ............................... (re. $3,000) PS 62/Region 5 ... 3,000 ................................ (re. $3,000) PS 66/Region 5 ... 4,000 ................................ (re. $4,000) PS 90 Q Horace Mann ... 5,000 ........................... (re. $5,000) PS 97/Region 5 ... 4,000 ................................ (re. $4,000) PS/IS 87 ... 4,000 ...................................... (re. $4,000) Putnam/Northern Westchester BOCES ... 25,000 ........... (re. $25,000) Queens Bridge to Medicine ... 5,000 ..................... (re. $5,000) Region 4 Law Related Education ... 7,500 ................ (re. $7,500) Region 4, Magnet/Beacon Program for Talented & Gifted ................ 10,000 ............................................... (re. $10,000) Richmond Hill High School ... 12,000 ................... (re. $12,000) Ridgewood Intermediate School IS 93/Region 4 ......................... 4,000 ................................................. (re. $4,000) Right Start Foundation, The ... 10,000 ................. (re. $10,000) Riverhead Central School District ... 11,000 ........... (re. $11,000) Rockville Centre Education Foundation ... 5,000 ......... (re. $5,000) Rockville Centre Union Free School District .......................... 100,000 ............................................. (re. $100,000) Saint Stanislaus Kostka School ... 5,000 ................ (re. $5,000) Scotia-Glenville Central School District ... 25,000 .... (re. $25,000) Sewanhaka Central High School District ... 5,000 ........ (re. $5,000) Sing-Out Company, Inc. ... 5,000 ........................ (re. $5,000) SNAP LONG ISLAND ... 12,500 ............................ (RE. $12,500) Sophie Davis School of Medicine, The ... 10,000 ........ (re. $10,000) Splashes of Hope ... 10,000 ............................ (re. $10,000) Springfield, Town of ... 10,000 ........................ (re. $10,000) St. Clare's School ... 9,000 ............................ (re. $9,000) St. Joseph by the Sea ... 5,000 ......................... (re. $5,000)
St. Joseph St. Thomas School ... 5,000 .................. (re. $5,000) Staten Island Chamber Music Players, Inc., The ... 3,000 (re. $3,000) Staten Island Technical High School ... 6,000 ........... (re. $6,000) Statewide Media Project, Inc. ... 10,000 ............... (re. $10,000) Summit School, The ... 25,000 .......................... (re. $25,000) Tottenville High School ... 5,000 ....................... (re. $5,000) Tottenville High School ... 5,000 ....................... (re. $5,000) Tottenville High School Marching Band ... 10,000 ....... (re. $10,000) Tzvi Dov Roth Academy ... 10,000 ....................... (re. $10,000) Valley Stream 24 Union Free School District .......................... 50,000 ............................................... (re. $50,000) Valley Stream Central High School District ........................... 100,000 ............................................. (re. $100,000) Valley Stream District 13 Educational Foundation, Inc. ............... 5,000 ................................................. (re. $5,000) Valley Stream South High School ... 3,000 ............... (re. $3,000) Valley Stream Union Free School District #13 ......................... 15,000 ............................................... (re. $15,000) Valley Stream Union Free School District 30 .......................... 5,000 ................................................. (re. $5,000) West Babylon Wellness Organization ... 15,000 .......... (re. $15,000) West Hempstead Hebrew Academy ... 12,000 ............... (re. $12,000) West Hempstead Union Free School District ............................ 100,000 ............................................. (re. $100,000) Workplace Project ... 5,000 ............................. (re. $5,000) Yeshiva Ohr Yitzchok ... 2,500 .......................... (re. $2,500) YOUTH ENRICHMENT SERVICES ... 12,500 ................... (RE. $12,500) Adelphi University ... 50,000 .......................... (re. $50,000) Canisius College ... 25,000 ............................ (re. $25,000) College of Staten Island Foundation, Inc ... 45,000 .... (re. $45,000) Commission on Independent Colleges and Universities .................. 12,500 ............................................... (re. $12,500) Elmira College ... 250,000 ............................ (re. $250,000) Hofstra University ... 25,000 .......................... (re. $25,000) [Independent College Fund of New York (ICFNY) ........................ 25,000 .............................................. (re. $25,000)] Roberts Wesleyan College ... 100,000 .................. (re. $100,000) Rochester Institute of Technology ... 30,000 ........... (re. $30,000) Rochester Institute of Technology ... 50,000 ........... (re. $50,000) Rochester Institute of Technology ... 25,000 ........... (re. $25,000) St. Francis College ... 50,000 ......................... (re. $50,000) University of Rochester Medical Center ... 10,000 ...... (re. $10,000) Wagner College ... 20,000 .............................. (re. $20,000) Blount Library, Inc ... 10,000 ......................... (re. $10,000)
Board of Trustees of the Onondaga County Public Library .............. 35,000 ............................................... (re. $35,000) Brooklyn Public Library ... 5,000 ....................... (re. $5,000) Canajoharie Library & Art Gallery ... 7,500 ............. (re. $7,500) Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Library System ... 55,000 ....... (re. $55,000) Claverack Free Library ... 8,000 ........................ (re. $8,000) Deer Park Public Library ... 30,000 .................... (re. $30,000) East Islip Public Library ... 12,000 ................... (re. $12,000) Farmingdale Public Library ... 10,000 .................. (re. $10,000) Fort Hunter Free Library ... 7,500 ...................... (re. $7,500) Franklin Square Public Library ... 5,000 ................ (re. $5,000) Garden City Public Library ... 10,000 .................. (re. $10,000) Genesee Library ... 10,000 ............................. (re. $10,000) Hempstead Public Library ... 10,000 .................... (re. $10,000) Hewlett-Woodmere Public Library ... 5,000 ............... (re. $5,000) Island Park Public Library ... 5,000 .................... (re. $5,000) Kinderhook Memorial Library ... 10,000 ................. (re. $10,000) Lakeview Public Library ... 10,000 ..................... (re. $10,000) Levittown Public Library ... 10,000 .................... (re. $10,000) Lindenhurst Memorial Library ... 5,000 .................. (re. $5,000) Lindenhurst Memorial Library ... 25,000 ................ (re. $25,000) Mendon Public Library ... 10,000 ....................... (re. $10,000) Mount Kisco Public Library Foundation ... 25,000 ....... (re. $25,000) Peninsula Public Library ... 5,000 ...................... (re. $5,000) Plainview-Old Bethpage Library ... 10,000 .............. (re. $10,000) Queens Library ... 50,000 .............................. (re. $50,000) Sand Lake Town Library ... 5,000 ........................ (re. $5,000) Seaford Public Library ... 5,000 ........................ (re. $5,000) Tappan Spaulding Memorial Library ... 2,500 ............. (re. $2,500) Uniondale Public Library ... 10,000 .................... (re. $10,000) W.Hempstead Public Library ... 5,000 .................... (re. $5,000) Wantagh Public Library ... 5,000 ........................ (re. $5,000) Webster Public Library ... 50,000 ...................... (re. $50,000) General Fund / Aid to Localities Community Projects Fund - 007 Account BB 82nd Street Academics ... 5,000 ......................... (re. $5,000) ACORN/NYACA ... 5,000 ................................... (re. $5,000) African Center for Community Empowerment ... 5,000 ...... (re. $5,000) After-School Corporation (TASC), The ... 1,000 .......... (re. $1,000) Agudath Israel of America Community Services ......................... 15,000 ............................................... (re. $15,000) Altamont Free Library ... 10,000 ....................... (re. $10,000) American Red Cross in Greater New York Queens Office ................. 2,000 ................................................. (re. $2,000) American Red Cross of Greater New York ... 2,500 ........ (re. $2,500) Anne Blue Youth Academic Program ... 2,000 .............. (re. $2,000) Assn of Mentally Ill Children of Westchester, Inc. ................... 6,000 ................................................. (re. $6,000) Be'er Hagolah Institutes ... 3,000 ...................... (re. $3,000)
BiasHELP, Inc. ... 2,500 ................................ (re. $2,500) Brooklyn Children's Museum ... 10,000 .................. (re. $10,000) Brooklyn Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra, Inc. ....................... 1,500 ................................................. (re. $1,500) Brooklyn Public Library ... 10,000 ..................... (re. $10,000) Brooklyn Public Library ... 10,000 ..................... (re. $10,000) Brownstoners of Bedford-Stuyvesant, Inc. ... 5,000 ...... (re. $5,000) Carlos Lezama Archives & Caribbean Cultural Center ................... 5,000 ................................................. (re. $5,000) Center for Human Options ... 5,000 ...................... (re. $5,000) Central Jewish Council ... 18,000 ...................... (re. $18,000) Chapel School ... 3,300 ................................. (re. $3,300) Child Center of New York, Inc. ... 5,000 ................ (re. $5,000) Children's Corner of Larchmont-Mamaroneck, Inc. ...................... 4,000 ................................................. (re. $4,000) Chinatown Manpower Project, Inc. ... 5,000 .............. (re. $5,000) College of New Rochelle ... 5,000 ....................... (re. $5,000) Computers for Youth ... 5,000 ........................... (re. $5,000) Constitution Education Foundation, Inc. ... 3,000 ....... (re. $3,000) Constitutional Education Foundation, Inc. ... 2,000 ..... (re. $2,000) [CUNY Foundation/Center for Nu Leadership for Urban Solutions ........ 5,000 ................................................ (re. $5,000)] David A. Stein Riverdale/Kingsbridge Academy ... 2,000 .. (re. $2,000) DELBAC, Inc. ... 5,000 .................................. (re. $5,000) Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. (ATLED, Inc.) ....................... 5,000 ................................................. (re. $5,000) Development Through the Arts and Technology (Black Spectrum Theatre) ... 10,000 ........................................... (re. $10,000) Eagle Academy for Young Men ... 5,000 ................... (re. $5,000) East Harlem Tutorial Program ... 5,000 .................. (re. $5,000) East New York Family Day Care Processing Center, Inc. ................ 1,500 ................................................. (re. $1,500) East Williston Union Free School District ... 2,500 ..... (re. $2,500) Eastchester Community Action Program ... 2,500 .......... (re. $2,500) Education Through Music Inc. ... 1,000 .................. (re. $1,000) Eitz Chaim ... 5,000 .................................... (re. $5,000) Exponents Inc. ... 1,000 ................................ (re. $1,000) Family Life Center - St. Albans Congregational ....................... 4,500 ................................................. (re. $4,500) Family Service League, Inc. ... 5,000 ................... (re. $5,000) Federation of Italian American Organizations of Queens, Inc. ... 59,000 ............................................... (re. $59,000) Fifth Avenue Committee/Carroll Gardens Neighborhood Women ............ 4,000 ................................................. (re. $4,000) Floral Park-Bellerose Union Free School District ..................... 2,500 ................................................. (re. $2,500) Franklin Square Union Free School District ........................... 2,500 ................................................. (re. $2,500) Garden School ... 3,000 ................................. (re. $3,000) Garden School ... 2,000 ................................. (re. $2,000) Gateway Youth Outreach Inc. ... 5,000 ................... (re. $5,000) Gone4Ever ... 10,000 ................................... (re. $10,000)
Grace Dodge Career and Technical High School ......................... 80,000 ............................................... (re. $80,000) Greek American Broadcasting Information & Cultural Activities Corpo- ration ... 4,000 ...................................... (re. $4,000) Gregorio Luperon High School Enhancement Program ..................... 2,000 ................................................. (re. $2,000) Guilderland Public Library ... 3,000 .................... (re. $3,000) Harlem Live ... 4,000 ................................... (re. $4,000) Harlem School of the Arts, Inc, The ... 3,000 ........... (re. $3,000) Hebrew Educational Society ... 4,000 .................... (re. $4,000) High School of Computers and Technology ... 12,000 ..... (re. $12,000) Holocaust and Human Rights Education Center .......................... 8,000 ................................................. (re. $8,000) Hostos Community College - Dominican Republic Study Abroad Program ... 2,000 ................................................. (re. $2,000) Hostos Community College Liberty Partnerships Program ................ 7,500 ................................................. (re. $7,500) Husain Institute of Technology ... 10,000 .............. (re. $10,000) Ichud Mosdos Hachinuch of Brooklyn ... 5,000 ............ (re. $5,000) Interborough Developmental and Consultation Center ................... 10,000 ............................................... (re. $10,000) International Dislexia Association ... 2,000 ............ (re. $2,000) Italic Institute of America ... 5,000 ................... (re. $5,000) Jacob Riis Community School/PS126 ... 2,000 ............. (re. $2,000) Jewish Community Council of Greater Coney Island ..................... 5,000 ................................................. (re. $5,000) Jewish Council of Yonkers ... 10,000 ................... (re. $10,000) Kew Gardens Hills Community Foundation ... 5,000 ........ (re. $5,000) King Manor Museum (King Manor Association of L.I., Inc., The) ... 2,000 ................................................. (re. $2,000) Larchmont Public Library ... 8,000 ...................... (re. $8,000) Learning Spring Foundation Inc. ... 10,000 ............. (re. $10,000) Literacy Inc. ... 10,000 ............................... (re. $10,000) Literacy Partners Inc. ... 1,000 ........................ (re. $1,000) Literacy Volunteers of America - Westchester County Affiliate ... 5,000 ................................................. (re. $5,000) Literacy Volunteers of Westchester County, Inc ....................... 6,000 ................................................. (re. $6,000) Lower Manhattan Cultural Council ... 3,000 .............. (re. $3,000) Madison Square Boys & Girls Club ... 5,000 .............. (re. $5,000) Make the Grade Foundation ... 5,000 ..................... (re. $5,000) Martin de Porres School for Exceptional Children, The ................ 2,000 ................................................. (re. $2,000) Marymount Manhattan College ... 1,000 ................... (re. $1,000) Me Nobody Knows, The ... 2,000 .......................... (re. $2,000) Metropolitan New York Library Council ... 1,000 ......... (re. $1,000) Midori Foundation Inc. d.b.a. Midori & Friends ....................... 2,000 ................................................. (re. $2,000) Midori Foundation, Inc. ... 3,000 ....................... (re. $3,000) MoCADA ... 5,000 ........................................ (re. $5,000) MoCADA (Museum of Contemporary African Disporan Arts ................. 5,000 ................................................. (re. $5,000)
Mosholu Montefiore Community Center ... 20,000 ......... (re. $20,000) Museum of Contemporary African Diasporan Arts ........................ 5,000 ................................................. (re. $5,000) Museum of Jewish Heritage ... 10,000 ................... (re. $10,000) Music Outreach-Learning Through Music, Inc. .......................... 1,000 ................................................. (re. $1,000) Musica de Camara, Inc. ... 5,000 ........................ (re. $5,000) My Sister's Place ... 10,000 ........................... (re. $10,000) National Association of University Women (Flushing-North Shore Branch) ... 2,000 ............................................. (re. $2,000) NEIGHBORHOOD IMPROVEMENT ASSOCIATION ... 5,000 .......... (RE. $5,000) New York Hall of Science ... 3,000 ...................... (re. $3,000) New York Lawyers for the Public Interest, Inc. ....................... 5,000 ................................................. (re. $5,000) New York Public Library Asroe and Tilden Foundations ................. 12,000 ............................................... (re. $12,000) New York Public Library Ft. Washington Branch ........................ 3,000 ................................................. (re. $3,000) New York Public Library, Astor, Lenox and Tilden Foundations ......... 15,000 ............................................... (re. $15,000) NY ACORN ... 10,000 .................................... (re. $10,000) NY Acorn ... 2,500 ...................................... (re. $2,500) NY Hall of Science ... 2,000 ............................ (re. $2,000) OASIS Community Corporation ... 3,000 ................... (re. $3,000) Oasis Community Corporation ... 5,000 ................... (re. $5,000) Partners for Arts Education Inc. ... 5,000 .............. (re. $5,000) Pelham Fritz Basketball League Scholarship Fund, Inc. ................ 3,500 ................................................. (re. $3,500) Phi Delta Kappa Big Sister Educational, Action, and Service Center ... 10,000 ............................................... (re. $10,000) Pine Hill Primary Center ... 10,000 .................... (re. $10,000) Pink Diamond Steppers, Inc ... 2,500 .................... (re. $2,500) Police Athletic League ... 5,000 ........................ (re. $5,000) Port Washington Children's Center, Inc. ... 2,500 ....... (re. $2,500) PROJECT GRAD LONG ISLAND ... 3,000 ...................... (RE. $3,000) PS 83 ... 2,500 ......................................... (re. $2,500) Public Policy and Education Fund of New York ......................... 50,000 ............................................... (re. $50,000) Public School #6 ... 5,000 .............................. (re. $5,000) Public School 135 ... 5,000 ............................. (re. $5,000) Public School 217 ... 5,000 ............................. (re. $5,000) Queens Borough Public Library ... 5,000 ................. (re. $5,000) Queens Bridge to Medicine Program ... 10,000 ........... (re. $10,000) Queens Community House ... 3,000 ........................ (re. $3,000) Queens Daughter Day Care Center, Inc. ... 5,000 ......... (re. $5,000) Queens Lesbian & Gay Pride Committee ... 1,000 .......... (re. $1,000) [Raising Grace Scholarship Fund, Inc. ... 2,000 ........ (re. $2,000)] Ralph R. McKee High School ... 5,000 .................... (re. $5,000) Reach Into Cultural Heights, Inc.. (RICH, Inc.) ...................... 1,200 ................................................. (re. $1,200) Rendall Memorial Presbyterian Church Josephine and Eugene Gordon Scho- larship Fund ... 4,000 ................................ (re. $4,000)
Research Foundation for SUNY (On behalf of the Farmingdale College Prep. Program for At-Risk Youth ... 7,500 ............. (re. $7,500) Roslyn Neighborhood Corporation ... 2,500 ............... (re. $2,500) Roundabout Theatre Company ... 5,000 .................... (re. $5,000) Reachout and Read of Greater New York, Inc. ... 1,000 ... (re. $1,000) Saunders Trades and Technical School, Yonkers Public School District ... 5,000 ............................................. (re. $5,000) Second Chance Gospel Music Convention ... 2,500 ......... (re. $2,500) Sesame Flyers International ... 5,000 ................... (re. $5,000) Society for the Preservation of Weeksville and Bedford Stuyvesant History ... 10,000 ................................... (re. $10,000) Society for the Preservation of Weeksville, Bedford Styvansant History ... 5,000 ............................................. (re. $5,000) Spark Program, Inc. ... 1,000 ........................... (re. $1,000) SQPA-NY Beacon Program (Roy Wilkens) ... 5,000 .......... (re. $5,000) St. Albans Multipurpose Community Center ... 2,000 ...... (re. $2,000) Stapleton UAME Church ... 2,500 ......................... (re. $2,500) Staten Island Federation of Parent Teacher Associations .............. 2,000 ................................................. (re. $2,000) Tarrytown-On-Hudson ... 10,000 ......................... (re. $10,000) The After School Corporation (TASC) ... 5,000 ........... (re. $5,000) The After-School Corporation (TASC) ... 5,000 ........... (re. $5,000) The Maple Street School ... 2,000 ....................... (re. $2,000) The Metropolitan Eagles Sports Club, Inc. ... 5,000 ..... (re. $5,000) The New Way Circus Center, Inc. ... 5,000 ............... (re. $5,000) Today's Students - Tomorrow's Teachers ... 9,000 ........ (re. $9,000) Today's Students Tomorrow's Teachers ... 9,000 .......... (re. $9,000) Tribecca Learning Center, PS 150 ... 4,000 .............. (re. $4,000) Tzvi Dov Roth Academy ... 20,000 ....................... (re. $20,000) United Black Men of Queens County ... 7,000 ............. (re. $7,000) United Family Organization Global (St. Albans Multipurpose Community Center) ... 50,000 ................................... (re. $50,000) Voorheesville Public Library ... 4,000 .................. (re. $4,000) Westchester Community College Foundation ... 5,000 ...... (re. $5,000) Westchester Library System ... 5,000 .................... (re. $5,000) [Women of Color Quilters Network, Inc. New York Chapter .............. 5,000 ................................................ (re. $5,000)] Woodycrest Center for Human Development, Inc. ........................ 7,500 ................................................. (re. $7,500) Yeshiva of Manhattan Beach ... 10,000 .................. (re. $10,000) York College TV Studio (York College/CUNY) ... 2,000 .... (re. $2,000) Young Leaders Institute ... 7,000 ....................... (re. $7,000) Youth America, Inc, ... 5,000 ........................... (re. $5,000) Youth and Police Initiative (North American Family Institute) ... 10,000 ............................................... (re. $10,000) Zen Masters, Inc. (Taurus Associates) ... 2,000 ......... (re. $2,000) General Fund / Aid to Localities Community Projects Fund - 007 Account CC 82ND STREET ACADEMICS ... 5,000 ......................... (re. $5,000)
AFTERDARK CATV PRODUCTIONS ... 10,000 .................. (re. $10,000) AFTER-SCHOOL CORPORATION ............................................. [19,500] 14,500 ...................................... (re. $14,500) ALBANY PUBLIC LIBRARY FOUNDATION, INC. ... 5,000 ........ (re. $5,000) ANNE SULLIVAN SCHOOL (PS 238) ... 2,000 ................. (re. $2,000) ART LAB, INC. ... 2,500 ................................. (re. $2,500) BAY SHORE SCHOOL DISTRICT ... 2,000 ..................... (re. $2,000) BAYPORT-BLUE POINT PUBLIC LIBRARY ... 2,000 ............. (re. $2,000) BAYPORT-BLUE POINT SCHOOL DISTRICT ... 4,000 ............ (re. $4,000) BAYPORT-BLUE POINT UFSD ... 2,000 ....................... (re. $2,000) BEACH CHANNEL HIGH SCHOOL ... 5,000 ..................... (re. $5,000) [BLESSED SACRAMENT SCHOOL ... 4,000 .................... (re. $4,000)] BRIGHTON CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT ... 10,000 ............ (re. $10,000) BRONX COMMUNITY COLLEGE ... 25,000 ..................... (re. $25,000) BROOKLYN COLLEGE INSTITUTE FOR RETIREES ... 5,000 ....... (re. $5,000) BROOKLYN EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITY CENTER ... 5,000 ....... (re. $5,000) BROOKLYN HISTORICAL SOCIETY ... 34,250 ................. (re. $34,250) BROOKLYN MUSIC AND ARTS PROGRAM, INC. ... 5,000 ......... (re. $5,000) BROOKLYN OLD TIMERS FOUNDATION, INC. ... 6,000 .......... (re. $6,000) BROOKLYN PUBLIC LIBRARY ... 40,332 ..................... (re. $40,332) BROOKLYN PUBLIC LIBRARY [FOUNDATION, INC.] ... 6,758 .... (re. $6,758) CENTER FOR JEWISH HISTORY, INC. ... 11,500 ............. (re. $11,500) CENTER FOR LESBIAN AND GAY STUDIES ... 7,500 ............ (re. $7,500) CENTRE AVENUE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL ... 5,000 ............... (re. $5,000) CHILD CENTER OF NEW YORK, INC. ... 5,000 ................ (re. $5,000) CITY UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK-CREATIVE ARTS TEAM ....................... 7,000 ................................................. (re. $7,000) CIVIC EDUCATION AND ENGAGEMENT PROJECT ... 7,000 ........ (re. $7,000) CO-OP CITY INTERGENERATION OUTREACH CENTER ........................... 3,000 ................................................. (re. $3,000) CODY CARES FOR KIDS, INC. ... 1,500 ..................... (re. $1,500) COLUMCILLE CULTURAL CENTER, INC. ... 7,500 .............. (re. $7,500) [COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT 25 ... 1,250 ................ (re. $1,250)] COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT #27 ... 42,000 ............... (re. $42,000) COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT 17/PUBLIC SCHOOL 181 ....................... 3,000 ................................................. (re. $3,000) COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT 17/PUBLIC SCHOOL 398 ....................... 2,000 ................................................. (re. $2,000) COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT 18/IS 211 ... 8,000 ........... (re. $8,000) COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT 18/IS 252 ... 7,500 ........... (re. $7,500) COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT 18/IS 285 - MYER LEVIN SCHOOL .............. 4,500 ................................................. (re. $4,500) COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT 18/PS 114 - RYDER ELEMENTARY ............... 4,000 ................................................. (re. $4,000) COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT 18/PS 219 ... 7,500 ........... (re. $7,500) COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT 18/PS 233 ... 9,000 ........... (re. $9,000) COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT 18/PS 244 - RICHARD P. GREEN SCHOOL ........ 2,500 ................................................. (re. $2,500) COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT 18/PS 268 ... 4,500 ........... (re. $4,500) COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT 22/PS 269 ... 5,000 ........... (re. $5,000) CONNETQUOT CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT ... 4,000 ............ (re. $4,000) CORDELLO AVENUE SCHOOL ... 10,000 ...................... (re. $10,000)
CORONA EAST ELMHURST LIBRARY ACTION COMMITTEE ........................ 36,000 ............................................... (re. $36,000) COUNCIL OF URBAN PROFESSIONALS ... 18,000 .............. (re. $18,000) DELAWARE COMMUNITY SCHOOL PTA ... 5,000 ................. (re. $5,000) DOMINICAN STUDIES INSTITUTE AT THE CITY COLLEGE ...................... 10,000 ............................................... (re. $10,000) DR. SUN YAT SEN MIDDLE SCHOOL 131M ... 17,000 .......... (re. $17,000) EAGLE ACADEMY FOR YOUNG MEN ... 20,000 ................. (re. $20,000) EAST NEW YORK DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION ... 5,000 ......... (re. $5,000) EAST ROCHESTER UNION FREE SCHOOL DISTRICT ... 50,000 ... (re. $50,000) EDEN II SCHOOL FOR AUTISTIC CHILDREN, INC. ... 9,000 .... (re. $9,000) EDEN II SCHOOL FOR AUTISTIC CHILDREN, INC. ... 2,750 .... (re. $2,750) EDGEMONT UNION FREE SCHOOL DISTRICT ... 15,000 ......... (re. $15,000) FAMILY SERVICE LEAGUE, INC. ... 5,000 ................... (re. $5,000) FIFTH AVENUE COMMITTEE, INC. ... 3,000 .................. (re. $3,000) FORDHAM BEDFORD CHILDRENS SERVICES ... 10,000 .......... (re. $10,000) FORT GEORGE COMMUNITY ENRICHMENT CENTER, INC. ........................ 11,000 ............................................... (re. $11,000) FRANKLIN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL ... 5,000 .................... (re. $5,000) FRIENDS OF PS 166, INC. ... 7,000 ....................... (re. $7,000) FRIENDS OF ROCHDALE VILLAGE ADULT LEARNING CENTER .................... 10,000 ............................................... (re. $10,000) FUND FOR PS 84, INC. ... 5,000 .......................... (re. $5,000) GLEN COVE LIBRARY ... 2,000 ............................. (re. $2,000) GRACE DODGE CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATIONAL H.S. .................... 3,000 ................................................. (re. $3,000) GRACE FOUNDATION OF NEW YORK ... 3,000 .................. (re. $3,000) GRAND STREET SETTLEMENT, INC. ... 4,000 ................. (re. $4,000) GREEK-AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF NEW YORK, INC. ... 5,000 .... (re. $5,000) GREENBURGH CENTRAL 7 EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION .......................... 15,000 ............................................... (re. $15,000) GUILDERLAND CENTRAL SCHOOL ... 5,000 .................... (re. $5,000) HASTINGS EDUCATION FOUNDATION, INC. ... 12,000 ......... (re. $12,000) HEMPSTEAD PUBLIC LIBRARY ... 10,000 .................... (re. $10,000) HILLEL THE FOUNDATION FOR JEWISH CAMPUS LIFE ......................... 5,000 ................................................. (re. $5,000) HS 515 ... 17,000 ...................................... (re. $17,000) [HUDSON RIVER INSTITUTE FOR COLLABORATIVE POLICY ..................... 7,500 ................................................ (re. $7,500)] HUSAIN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, INC. ... 11,000 ........ (re. $11,000) IHS 51 ... 4,000 ........................................ (re. $4,000) IRVINGTON EDUCATION FOUNDATION, INC. ... 15,000 ........ (re. $15,000) IS 201 ... 1,000 ........................................ (re. $1,000) IS 220 ... 4,500 ........................................ (re. $4,500) IS 239 ... 1,000 ........................................ (re. $1,000) IS 278 ... 1,000 ........................................ (re. $1,000) IS 303 ... 1,000 ........................................ (re. $1,000) IS 68 ... 1,000 ......................................... (re. $1,000) IS 78 ... 1,000 ......................................... (re. $1,000) ITALIC INSTITUTE OF AMERICA, INC. ... 1,000 ............. (re. $1,000) JHS 56 ... 17,000 ...................................... (re. $17,000) JOHN ADAMS HIGH SCHOOL ... 5,000 ........................ (re. $5,000)
KING STREET SCHOOL ... 10,000 .......................... (re. $10,000) KINGSTON COMMUNITY RADIO, INC. ... 10,000 .............. (re. $10,000) KONBIT NEG LAKAY, INC. ... 4,000 ........................ (re. $4,000) LABORATORY INSTITUTE OF MERCHANDISING FASHION EDUCATION FOUNDATION, INC. ... 10,000 ...................................... (re. $10,000) LACKAWANNA PUBLIC LIBRARY ... 5,000 ..................... (re. $5,000) LAURENS CENTRAL SCHOOL ... 15,000 ...................... (re. $15,000) LAWRENCE UNION FREE SCHOOL DISTRICT ... 2,500 ........... (re. $2,500) LILLIAN L. RASHKIS HIGH SCHOOL ... 9,500 ................ (re. $9,500) LINCOLN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL PTA ... 5,000 ................. (re. $5,000) LINDENHURST PUBLIC SCHOOLS ... 15,000 .................. (re. $15,000) LITERACY ASSISTANCE CENTER ... 6,000 .................... (re. $6,000) LOCUST VALLEY CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT ... 3,000 ......... (re. $3,000) LONG ISLAND AMITY SCHOOL ... 2,000 ...................... (re. $2,000) LONG ISLAND LATINO TEACHERS ASSOCIATION, INC. ........................ 4,000 ................................................. (re. $4,000) LONGWOOD SCHOOL DISTRICT ... 2,000 ...................... (re. $2,000) LOUIS ARMSTRONG HOUSE MUSEUM ... 2,000 .................. (re. $2,000) LUTHERAN FAMILY HEALTH CENTERS ... 3,000 ................ (re. $3,000) MAKE THE ROAD NEW YORK ... 2,500 ........................ (re. $2,500) MANHATTAN BEACH SCHOOL (PS 195) ... 2,000 ............... (re. $2,000) MANHATTAN COLLEGE ... 5,000 ............................. (re. $5,000) MANHATTAN NEW SCHOOL PTA ... 5,000 ...................... (re. $5,000) MAPLEWOOD NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATION OF ROCHESTER, INC. ................ 5,000 ................................................. (re. $5,000) MARTE VALLE MODEL SCHOOL ... 17,000 .................... (re. $17,000) MARTHA WATFORD EARLY LEARNING CENTER ... 3,000 .......... (re. $3,000) MARTIN DEPORRES SCHOOL, INC. ... 2,000 .................. (re. $2,000) MARYMOUNT MANHATTAN COLLEGE ... 10,000 ................. (re. $10,000) MEN OF EXQUISITE TASTE ... 5,000 ........................ (re. $5,000) MIDDLE COUNTRY SCHOOLS ... 2,000 ........................ (re. $2,000) MONROE COUNTY CAPTION COMMITTEE ... 5,000 ............... (re. $5,000) MORRIS HIGH SCHOOL ... 2,500 ............................ (re. $2,500) MOUNT VERNON PUBLIC LIBRARY ... 10,000 ................. (re. $10,000) MS 243, THE CENTER SCHOOL ... 3,000 ..................... (re. $3,000) MS 821, SUNSET PARK PREP ... 4,500 ...................... (re. $4,500) NEIGHBORHOOD SCHOOL ... 17,000 ......................... (re. $17,000) NEW ROCHELLE COMMUNITY ACTION PROGRAM ... 10,000 ....... (re. $10,000) NEW YORK BRANCH OF THE INTERNATIONAL DYSLEXIA ASSOCIATION, INC. ...... 7,500 ................................................. (re. $7,500) NY LATINO DOLLARS FOR SCHOLARS GREATER CAPITAL REGION ................ 3,000 ................................................. (re. $3,000) NYC DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION - IS 14 ... 2,500 ........... (re. $2,500) NYC DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION - IS 285 ... 2,500 .......... (re. $2,500) NYC DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION - JAMES MADISON HIGH SCHOOL .............. 2,500 ................................................. (re. $2,500) NYC DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION - PS 109 ... 2,500 .......... (re. $2,500) NYC DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION - PS 119 ... 2,500 .......... (re. $2,500) NYC DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION - PS 194 ... 2,500 .......... (re. $2,500) NYC DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION - PS 197 ... 2,500 .......... (re. $2,500) NYC DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION - PS 206 ... 2,500 .......... (re. $2,500) NYC DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION - PS 208 ... 2,500 .......... (re. $2,500)
NYC DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION - PS 244 ... 2,500 .......... (re. $2,500) NYC DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION - PS 251 ... 2,500 .......... (re. $2,500) NYC DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION - PS 52 ... 2,500 ........... (re. $2,500) NYC DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION - SAMUEL TILDEN HIGH SCHOOL .............. 2,500 ................................................. (re. $2,500) NYC DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION - SHEEPSHEAD BAY HIGH SCHOOL ............. 2,500 ................................................. (re. $2,500) NYC DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION - SOUTH SHORE HIGH SCHOOL ................ 2,500 ................................................. (re. $2,500) NYC LAB MIDDLE SCHOOL FOR COLLABORATIVE STUDIES ...................... 5,000 ................................................. (re. $5,000) ONONDAGA COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY ... 10,000 .............. (re. $10,000) PARENT-TEACHER ASSOCIATION OF PUBLIC SCHOOL/IS 217 M, INC. ........... 5,000 ................................................. (re. $5,000) PARENTS ASSOCIATION OF PUBLIC SCHOOL 158-M ........................... 5,000 ................................................. (re. $5,000) PARTNERS FOR A BETTER EDUCATION, INC. ... 14,000 ....... (re. $14,000) PATCHOGUE-MEDFORD LIBRARY ... 5,000 ..................... (re. $5,000) PATCHOGUE-MEDFORD SCHOOL DISTRICT ... 12,000 ........... (re. $12,000) PEOPLE'S UNITED METHODIST CITY SOCIETY HEADSTART - LIC ............... 1,250 ................................................. (re. $1,250) PLEASANTVILLE UNION FREE SCHOOL DISTRICT ............................. 14,000 ............................................... (re. $14,000) PORT WASHINGTON EDUCATION FOUNDATION, INC. ........................... 4,000 ................................................. (re. $4,000) PTA OF MS 54, INC. ... 5,000 ............................ (re. $5,000) PUBLIC ACCESS NORTHERN DUTCHESS AREA, INC. ........................... 5,000 ................................................. (re. $5,000) PUBLIC SCHOOL #1 CONTEMPORARY ART CENTER, INC. ....................... 1,000 ................................................. (re. $1,000) PUBLIC SCHOOL 1 ... 21,500 ............................. (re. $21,500) PUBLIC SCHOOL 10 ... 3,000 .............................. (re. $3,000) PUBLIC SCHOOL 100 ... 1,000 ............................. (re. $1,000) PUBLIC SCHOOL 101 ... 2,200 ............................. (re. $2,200) PUBLIC SCHOOL 104 ... 1,000 ............................. (re. $1,000) PUBLIC SCHOOL 107 ... 8,250 ............................. (re. $8,250) PUBLIC SCHOOL 110 ... 20,000 ........................... (re. $20,000) PUBLIC SCHOOL 114 ... 1,000 ............................. (re. $1,000) PUBLIC SCHOOL 115 ... 1,000 ............................. (re. $1,000) PUBLIC SCHOOL 115-GLEN OAKS SCHOOL ... 5,000 ............ (re. $5,000) PUBLIC SCHOOL 124 ... 17,000 ........................... (re. $17,000) PUBLIC SCHOOL 126 ... 17,000 ........................... (re. $17,000) PUBLIC SCHOOL 128 ... 2,000 ............................. (re. $2,000) PUBLIC SCHOOL 130 ... 24,000 ........................... (re. $24,000) PUBLIC SCHOOL 131Q - ABIGAIL ADAMS ... 2,000 ............ (re. $2,000) PUBLIC SCHOOL 134 ... 20,000 ........................... (re. $20,000) PUBLIC SCHOOL 137 ... 17,000 ........................... (re. $17,000) PUBLIC SCHOOL 139 ... 9,200 ............................. (re. $9,200) PUBLIC SCHOOL 140 ... 17,000 ........................... (re. $17,000) PUBLIC SCHOOL 142 ... 17,000 ........................... (re. $17,000) PUBLIC SCHOOL 144 ... 6,000 ............................. (re. $6,000)
PUBLIC SCHOOL 145-THE BLOOMINGDALE SCHOOL ............................ 2,500 ................................................. (re. $2,500) PUBLIC SCHOOL 149-BEACON PROGRAM ... 5,500 .............. (re. $5,500) PUBLIC SCHOOL 15-PATRICK F. DALY ... 4,500 .............. (re. $4,500) PUBLIC SCHOOL 153-HOMECREST SCHOOL OF MUSIC .......................... 2,000 ................................................. (re. $2,000) PUBLIC SCHOOL 154 ... 7,000 ............................. (re. $7,000) PUBLIC SCHOOL 163 ... 1,250 ............................. (re. $1,250) PUBLIC SCHOOL 169 ... 4,500 ............................. (re. $4,500) PUBLIC SCHOOL 172 ... 4,500 ............................. (re. $4,500) PUBLIC SCHOOL 174 ... 2,200 ............................. (re. $2,200) PUBLIC SCHOOL 179 ... 3,000 ............................. (re. $3,000) PUBLIC SCHOOL 185 ... 1,000 ............................. (re. $1,000) PUBLIC SCHOOL 188 ... 1,000 ............................. (re. $1,000) PUBLIC SCHOOL 19 ... 5,000 .............................. (re. $5,000) PUBLIC SCHOOL 2 ... 17,000 ............................. (re. $17,000) PUBLIC SCHOOL 20 ... 25,000 ............................ (re. $25,000) PUBLIC SCHOOL 203 ... 1,000 ............................. (re. $1,000) PUBLIC SCHOOL 207 ... 1,000 ............................. (re. $1,000) PUBLIC SCHOOL 209-MARGARET MEAD SCHOOL ... 2,000 ........ (re. $2,000) PUBLIC SCHOOL 212 ... 4,000 ............................. (re. $4,000) PUBLIC SCHOOL 217 ... 7,000 ............................. (re. $7,000) PUBLIC SCHOOL 222 ... 1,000 ............................. (re. $1,000) PUBLIC SCHOOL 225-EILEEN ZAGLAN SCHOOL ... 2,000 ........ (re. $2,000) PUBLIC SCHOOL 229 ... 1,000 ............................. (re. $1,000) PUBLIC SCHOOL 230 ... 7,000 ............................. (re. $7,000) PUBLIC SCHOOL 236 ... 1,000 ............................. (re. $1,000) PUBLIC SCHOOL 24 ... 4,500 .............................. (re. $4,500) PUBLIC SCHOOL 253 ... 1,000 ............................. (re. $1,000) PUBLIC SCHOOL 254-DAG HAMMARSKJOLD ... 2,000 ............ (re. $2,000) PUBLIC SCHOOL 255 ... 2,000 ............................. (re. $2,000) PUBLIC SCHOOL 272 ... 1,000 ............................. (re. $1,000) PUBLIC SCHOOL 276 ... 1,000 ............................. (re. $1,000) PUBLIC SCHOOL 277 ... 1,000 ............................. (re. $1,000) PUBLIC SCHOOL 288 ... 1,000 ............................. (re. $1,000) PUBLIC SCHOOL 295 ... 3,000 ............................. (re. $3,000) PUBLIC SCHOOL 3-THE JOHN MELSER CHARRETTE SCHOOL ..................... 5,000 ................................................. (re. $5,000) PUBLIC SCHOOL 312 ... 1,000 ............................. (re. $1,000) PUBLIC SCHOOL 32 ... 1,250 .............................. (re. $1,250) PUBLIC SCHOOL 32 QUEENS ... 3,000 ....................... (RE. $3,000) PUBLIC SCHOOL 321 ... 7,000 ............................. (re. $7,000) PUBLIC SCHOOL 329 ... 1,000 ............................. (re. $1,000) PUBLIC SCHOOL 39 ... 7,000 .............................. (re. $7,000) PUBLIC SCHOOL 42 ... 17,000 ............................ (re. $17,000) PUBLIC SCHOOL 49 ... 2,200 .............................. (re. $2,200) PUBLIC SCHOOL 503 ... 4,500 ............................. (re. $4,500) PUBLIC SCHOOL 506 ... 4,500 ............................. (re. $4,500) PUBLIC SCHOOL 63 ... 17,000 ............................ (re. $17,000) PUBLIC SCHOOL 87 ... 5,000 .............................. (re. $5,000) PUBLIC SCHOOL 87 QUEENS ... 8,000 ....................... (re. $8,000) PUBLIC SCHOOL 90 ... 1,000 .............................. (re. $1,000)
PUBLIC SCHOOL 94 ... 4,500 .............................. (re. $4,500) PUBLIC SHOOL 161 Q ... 1,500 ............................ (re. $1,500) QSAC, INC. ... 4,000 .................................... (re. $4,000) QUEENS BOROUGH PUBLIC LIBRARY ... 27,500 ............... (re. $27,500) QUEENS HIGH SCHOOL OF TEACHING, LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES ............ 1,000 ................................................. (re. $1,000) REDEMPTION, INC. ... 5,000 .............................. (re. $5,000) REGION #5 - LIFEGUARD DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM ... 3,000 ..... (re. $3,000) RESEARCH FOUNDATION OF STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK .................. 19,100 ............................................... (re. $19,100) RESEARCH FOUNDATION OF STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK .................. 7,500 ................................................. (RE. $7,500) RIVERHEAD CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT ... 1,000 ............. (re. $1,000) SACHEM CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT ... 10,000 .............. (re. $10,000) SAND LAKE TOWN LIBRARY ... 5,000 ........................ (re. $5,000) SAYVILLE PUBLIC SCHOOLS ... 9,000 ....................... (re. $9,000) SHENENDEHOWA VARSITY FOOTBALL BOOSTER CLUB ........................... 4,000 ................................................. (re. $4,000) SNUG HARBOR CULTURAL CENTER, INC. ... 5,000 ............. (re. $5,000) SOCIETY OF THE THIRD STREET MUSIC SCHOOL SETTLEMENT, INC. ............ 5,000 ................................................. (re. $5,000) [SOPHIE DAVIS MEDICAL SCHOOL/QUEENS BRIDGE TO MEDICINE PROGRAM ....... 5,000 ................................................ (re. $5,000)] SOUTH COUNTRY SCHOOL DISTRICT ... 6,000 ................. (re. $6,000) SPECIAL EDUCATION PTA (SEPTA) ... 5,000 ................. (re. $5,000) [SQPA BEACON SCHOOL AT IS8, QUEENS ... 7,500 ........... (re. $7,500)] ST. BRIGID'S ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH ... 1,250 ............ (re. $1,250) ST. JOSEPHS SCHOOL FOR THE DEAF ... 1,000 ............... (re. $1,000) STATEN ISLAND HIGH SCHOOL TRACK AND FIELD ASSOCIATION ................ 5,000 ................................................. (re. $5,000) [STATEN ISLAND TECHNICAL HIGH SCHOOL ... 4,000 ......... (re. $4,000)] STATEWIDE MEDIA PROJECT, INC. ... 10,000 ............... (re. $10,000) STOCKBRIDGE VALLEY CENTRAL SCHOOL ... 5,000 ............. (re. $5,000) STONE RIDGE PUBLIC LIBRARY ... 5,000 .................... (re. $5,000) STUDENT ADVOCACY, INC. ... 10,000 ...................... (re. $10,000) SUNY BROOKLYN EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITY CENTER ......................... 5,000 ................................................. (re. $5,000) SUSAN E. WAGNER HIGH SCHOOL ... 2,500 ................... (re. $2,500) SYRACUSE TEACHERS TRUST ... 15,000 ..................... (re. $15,000) SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY ... 15,000 ......................... (re. $15,000) THE LEARNING PROJECT ONE ... 17,000 .................... (re. $17,000) THOMAS H. SLATER CENTER, INC. ... 10,000 ............... (re. $10,000) TONAWANDA/GRAND ISLAND TEACHER CENTER ... 5,000 ......... (re. $5,000) TOWN OF NORTH HEMPSTEAD ... 6,000 ....................... (re. $6,000) TURNING POINT ... 10,000 ............................... (re. $10,000) UNIFIED NEW CASSEL COMMUNITY REVITALIZATION CORPORATION .............. 10,000 ............................................... (re. $10,000) UNIVERSITY HEIGHTS HIGH SCHOOL ... 12,000 .............. (re. $12,000) UPPER MANHATTAN SPECIALIZED SCIENCE HIGH SCHOOL INITIATIVE, LTD. ..... 5,000 ................................................. (re. $5,000) UPSTATE NEW YORK FAMILIES FOR EFFECTIVE AUTISM TREATMENT, INC. ....... 15,000 ............................................... (re. $15,000)
WATERBURY LASALLE COMMUNITY AND HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION, INC .......... 1,500 ................................................. (re. $1,500) WEBSTER PUBLIC LIBRARY ... 15,000 ...................... (re. $15,000) WEST BABYLON TOTAL STUDENT MIND AND BODY, INC. ....................... 10,000 ............................................... (re. $10,000) WEST IRONDEQUOIT CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT ............................. 10,000 ............................................... (re. $10,000) WYANDANCH PUBLIC LIBRARY ... 20,000 .................... (re. $20,000) YAI - WILLIAM O'CONNOR ... 3,000 ........................ (re. $3,000) YESHIVA OF MANHATTAN BEACH ... 3,000 .................... (re. $3,000) YONKERS PUBLIC SCHOOL DISTRICT ... 5,000 ................ (re. $5,000) YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION OF THE CAPITAL DISTRICT ............ 10,000 ............................................... (re. $10,000) General Fund / Aid to Localities Community Projects Fund - 007 Account EE A DIFFERENT WAY IN READING CENTER ... 10,000 ........... (re. $10,000) ALLEN'S HILL FREE LIBRARY ... 10,000 ................... (re. $10,000) ARLINGTON CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT ... 10,000 ........... (re. $10,000) BALDWIN SCHOOL DISTRICT ... 10,000 ..................... (re. $10,000) BALLSTON SPA CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT ... 500 .............. (re. $500) BALLSTON SPA CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT ... 15,000 ........ (re. $15,000) BARKER FREE LIBRARY ... 2,000 ........................... (re. $2,000) CENTER MORICHES FREE PUBLIC LIBRARY ... 1,000 ........... (re. $1,000) CENTRAL SQUARE CENTRAL SCHOOL ... 10,000 ............... (re. $10,000) CLIFTON-FINE CENTRAL SCHOOLS ... 2,500 .................. (re. $2,500) CLINTON CENTRAL SCHOOL ... 10,000 ...................... (re. $10,000) COL-GREENE READING COUNCIL, C/O GREENVILLE CSD ....................... 1,000 ................................................. (re. $1,000) EAST HAMPTON LIBRARY ... 1,000 .......................... (re. $1,000) ELBA CENTRAL SCHOOL ... 5,000 ........................... (re. $5,000) ELMONT UNION FREE SCHOOL DISTRICT ... 30,000 ........... (re. $30,000) ELWOOD PUBLIC LIBRARY ... 2,000 ......................... (re. $2,000) FRANKLIN SQUARE SCHOOL DISTRICT ... 25,000 ............. (re. $25,000) FULTON COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE ... 7,500 ............... (re. $7,500) FULTON-MONTGOMERY COMMUNITY COLLEGE ... 5,000 ........... (re. $5,000) GENESEE LIBRARY ... 1,500 ............................... (re. $1,500) HAGEDORN LITTLE VILLAGE SCHOOL ... 2,000 ................ (re. $2,000) HAMPTON LIBRARY IN BRIDGEHAMPTON ... 1,000 .............. (re. $1,000) HAXTON MEMORIAL LIBRARY ... 1,500 ....................... (re. $1,500) HOPEVALE UNION FREE SCHOOL DISTRICT ... 6,000 ........... (re. $6,000) ISLAND TREES PTA ... 1,000 .............................. (re. $1,000) ISLAND TREES SCHOOL DISTRICT ... 7,000 .................. (re. $7,000) JAMESTOWN COMMUNITY COLLEGE, OLEAN CAMPUS ... 7,500 ..... (re. $7,500) JOHN JERMAIN MEMORIAL LIBRARY ... 1,000 ................. (re. $1,000) LYNBROOK SCHOOL DISTRICT ... 10,000 .................... (re. $10,000) MALVERNE SCHOOL DISTRICT ... 10,000 .................... (re. $10,000) MARCELLUS FREE LIBRARY ... 4,000 ........................ (re. $4,000) MASSAPEQUA PTA ... 1,000 ................................ (re. $1,000) MASSAPEQUA PUBLIC SCHOOLS ... 1,000 ..................... (re. $1,000)
MASTIC MORICHES SHIRLEY COMMUNITY LIBRARY ............................ 1,000 ................................................. (re. $1,000) MINEOLA UNION FREE SCHOOL DISTRICT ... 3,750 ............ (re. $3,750) MONTAUK LIBRARY ... 1,000 ............................... (re. $1,000) NEW HYDE PARK-GARDEN CITY PARK UNION FREE SCHOOL DISTRICT ............ 3,750 ................................................. (re. $3,750) NIOGA LIBRARY SYSTEM ... 1,000 .......................... (re. $1,000) NORTHVILLE CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT ... 6,500 ............ (re. $6,500) OLDFIELDS MIDDLE SCHOOL ... 1,000 ....................... (re. $1,000) PECK MEMORIAL LIBRARY ... 5,000 ......................... (re. $5,000) PLAINEDGE PTA ... 1,000 ................................. (re. $1,000) PROJECT GRD LONG ISLAND, INC. ... 4,000 ................. (re. $4,000) QUOGUE LIBRARY ... 1,000 ................................ (re. $1,000) ROELIFF JANSEN COMMUNITY LIBRARY ... 5,000 .............. (re. $5,000) SCHENECTADY DAY NURSERY, INC. ... 15,000 ............... (re. $15,000) SEWANHAKA CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT ............................... 41,000 ............................................... (re. $41,000) SEYMOUR LIBRARY ... 5,000 ............................... (re. $5,000) SHERBURNE PUBLIC LIBRARY ... 2,000 ...................... (re. $2,000) SPACKENKILL SCHOOL DISTRICT ... 10,000 ................. (re. $10,000) SWAN LIBRARY ... 1,500 .................................. (re. $1,500) THE BLOUNT LIBRARY, INC. ... 5,000 ...................... (re. $5,000) VALLEY STREAM CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT ... 5,000 ......... (re. $5,000) VALLEY STREAM SCHOOL DISTRICT #13 ... 5,000 ............. (re. $5,000) VALLEY STREAM SCHOOL DISTRICT #30 ... 5,000 ............. (re. $5,000) WALLKILL PUBLIC LIBRARY ... 5,000 ....................... (re. $5,000) WEST HEMPSTEAD SCHOOL DISTRICT ... 10,000 .............. (re. $10,000) WESTHAMPTON FREE LIBRARY ... 1,000 ...................... (re. $1,000) YATES COMMUNITY LIBRARY ... 1,500 ....................... (re. $1,500) By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2007, as amended by chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2008: Maintenance Undistributed For services and expenses or for contracts with municipalities and/or private not-for-profit agencies for the amounts herein provided: General Fund / Aid to Localities Community Projects Fund - 007 Account CC Castleton Kids ... 70,000 .............................. (re. $70,000) David N. Dinkins Center ... 75,000 ..................... (re. $75,000) Museum of Jewish Heritage ... 100,000 ................. (re. $100,000) The appropriation made by chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2007, as amended by chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2009, is amended and reappropriated to read: Maintenance Undistributed
For services and expenses or for contracts with municipalities and/or private not-for-profit agencies for the amounts herein provided: General Fund / Aid to Localities Community Projects Fund - 007 Account AA Alliance of Guardian Angels, Inc., The ... 50,000 ...... (re. $50,000) Art Lab ... 4,000 ....................................... (re. $4,000) Brooklyn Amity School ... 10,000 ....................... (re. $10,000) Canajoharie Central School District ... 30,000 ......... (re. $30,000) Chautauqua County School Boards Association .......................... 52,000 ............................................... (re. $52,000) Children's Alliance for Recreation (CARE) ... 50,000 ... (re. $50,000) Community District Education Council 29 ... 5,000 ....... (re. $5,000) Community School District #29 ... 30,000 ............... (re. $30,000) Community School District #25 ... 100,000 ............. (re. $100,000) Community School District #26 ... 100,000 ............. (re. $100,000) Community Wellness Council of the Bellmores and Merricks, Inc. ... 30,000 ............................................... (re. $30,000) Dimitri and Georgea Kaloidis School ... 2,000 ........... (re. $2,000) Eastern Suffolk BOCES ... 20,000 ....................... (re. $20,000) Eden ll School for Autistic Children, Inc., The ...................... 20,000 ............................................... (re. $20,000) Elite High School ... 10,000 ........................... (re. $10,000) Executive Leadership Institute ... 5,000 ................ (re. $5,000) Finger Lakes Institute ... 125,000 .................... (re. $125,000) Franklin K. Lane High School SPARK Program ... 5,000 .... (re. $5,000) Franklin K. Lane High School/ Region 5 ... 10,000 ...... (re. $10,000) Genesee Valley Central School ... 40,000 ............... (re. $40,000) Glendale IS 119Q/Region 4 ... 1,500 ..................... (re. $1,500) Hinsdale Central School District ... 12,500 ............ (re. $12,500) Homecrest School of Music, The ... 2,500 ................ (re. $2,500) Intermediate School 77/Region 4 ... 3,200 ............... (re. $3,200) John Adams High School ... 500 ............................ (re. $500) Learning Disabilities Association of Genesee Vally, Inc., The ... 50,000 ............................................... (re. $50,000) P.S. 178 ... 5,000 ...................................... (re. $5,000) Literacy Volunteers of America, Middletown, NY, Inc. ................. 5,000 ................................................. (re. $5,000) Long Island Advocates, Inc. ... 10,000 ................. (re. $10,000) Long Island Amity School ... 10,000 .................... (re. $10,000) Long Island Maritime Museum ... 22,500 ................. (re. $22,500) Merrick Jewish Center ... 20,000 ....................... (re. $20,000) Moonbeam2earth Project, Inc. ... 3,000 .................. (re. $3,000) Motor Racing Research Council, Inc. ... 12,000 ......... (re. $12,000) MS 202/Region 5 ... 1,800 ............................... (re. $1,800) Nassau County Museum of Art ... 10,000 ................. (re. $10,000) Newburgh Enlarged City School District ............................... 70,000 ............................................... (re. $70,000) Niskayuna Central School District ... 10,000 ........... (re. $10,000) Niskayuna Central School District ... 10,000 ........... (re. $10,000)
North Bellmore Union Free School District ... 10,000 ... (re. $10,000) Our Lady of Lourdes School ... 25,000 .................. (re. $25,000) Our Lady of Snows School ... 15,000 .................... (re. $15,000) Our Savior Luthern Church ... 2,000 ..................... (re. $2,000) P.S 88 The Seneca School/Region 4 ... 3,000 ............. (re. $3,000) P.S. 254/Region 5 ... 5,000 ............................. (re. $5,000) P.S. 68 The Cambridge School/Region 4 ... 1,000 ......... (re. $1,000) P.S./I.S 208 Parent Teacher Assoc. ... 5,000 ............ (re. $5,000) People's Church, The ... 5,000 .......................... (re. $5,000) PS 146/Region 5 ... 3,000 ............................... (re. $3,000) PS 49/Region 4 ... 3,000 ................................ (re. $3,000) PS 97/Region 5 ... 4,000 ................................ (re. $4,000) Region 4 Law Related Education ... 5,000 ................ (re. $5,000) Region 4, Magnet/Beacon Program for Talented & Gifted ................ 8,000 ................................................. (re. $8,000) Richmond Hill High School ... 10,000 ................... (re. $10,000) Ridgewood Intermediate School IS 93/Region 4 ... 3,000 .. (re. $3,000) Rockland Conservatory of Music ... 20,000 .............. (re. $20,000) Seaford Union Free School District ... 20,000 .......... (re. $20,000) Sophie Davis School of Medicine, The ... 5,000 .......... (re. $5,000) St. Augustine School ... 4,500 .......................... (re. $4,500) St. John The Baptist Diocesan High School ............................ 100,000 ............................................. (re. $100,000) Tzvi Dov Roth Academy ... 5,000 ......................... (re. $5,000) Vincent D. Grippo School - P.S. 69 ... 1,500 ............ (re. $1,500) West Park Union Free School District ... 15,000 ........ (re. $15,000) Western New York Council on Occupational Safety and Health ........... 35,000 ............................................... (re. $35,000) Westmoreland Central School ... 68,000 ................. (re. $68,000) William S. Covert Elementary School PTA ... 25,000 ..... (re. $25,000) WNY Council on Occupational Safety and Health ........................ 24,000 ............................................... (re. $24,000) Yeshiva Ohr Yitzchok ... 2,500 .......................... (re. $2,500) St. John's University ... 20,000 ....................... (re. $20,000) St. John's University ... 3,000 ......................... (re. $3,000) St. John's University - Loretto Memorial Library .................... 50,000 ............................................... (re. $50,000) Amenia Free Library ... 7,500 ........................... (re. $7,500) Amherst Public Library ... 10,000 ...................... (re. $10,000) Arvilla E. Diver Memorial Library ... 25,000 ........... (re. $25,000) Brooklyn Public Library ... 5,000 ....................... (re. $5,000) Canajoharie Library & Art Gallery ... 10,000 ........... (re. $10,000) East Rochester, Village of ... 8,000 .................... (re. $8,000) Fort Hunter Free Library ... 10,000 .................... (re. $10,000) Franklin Square Public Library ... 5,000 ................ (re. $5,000) Friendship Free Library ... 15,000 ..................... (re. $15,000) Lindenhurst Memorial Library ... 10,000 ................ (re. $10,000) Old Bethpage/Plainview Public Library ... 10,000 ....... (re. $10,000)
Pawling Free Library ... 30,000 ........................ (re. $30,000) Pine Plains Free Library ... 100,000 .................. (re. $100,000) Port Jefferson Free Library ... 13,000 ................. (re. $13,000) Putnam Valley Free Library ... 7,500 .................... (re. $7,500) Richville Free Library ... 10,000 ...................... (re. $10,000) Schenectady County Public Library ... 25,000 ........... (re. $25,000) Uniondale Public Library ... 10,000 .................... (re. $10,000) Wantagh Library ... 5,000 ............................... (re. $5,000) General Fund / Aid to Localities Community Projects Fund - 007 Account BB 100 Blacks Who Care, Inc. ... 20,000 ................... (re. $20,000) ABC Ministry and Counseling Center, INc. ... 5,000 ...... (re. $5,000) Action Center for Education and Community Development, Inc. .......... 5,000 ................................................. (re. $5,000) African Center for Community Empowerment ............................. 5,000 ................................................. (re. $5,000) American Red Cross of Greater New York ... 2,500 ........ (re. $2,500) Ballet Tech ... 5,000 ................................... (re. $5,000) Beacon School - SQPA ... 5,000 .......................... (re. $5,000) Blessed Sacrament School ... 6,000 ...................... (re. $6,000) Brooklyn Children's Museum ... 10,000 .................. (re. $10,000) Brooklyn Cricket League Inc. ... 5,000 .................. (re. $5,000) BROOKLYN ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION ............................ 5,000 ................................................. (RE. $5,000) Brooklyn Educational Opportunity Center .............................. 10,000 ............................................... (re. $10,000) Brooklyn Public Library ... 10,000 ..................... (re. $10,000) Brownstoners of Bedford Stuyvesant, Inc. ... 6,000 ...... (re. $6,000) Children of Color ... 1,500 ............................. (re. $1,500) Corona-East Elmhurst Dollars for Scholars ... 2,000 ..... (re. $2,000) David A. Stein Riverdale/Kingsbridge Academy ......................... 2,000 ................................................. (re. $2,000) Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. ... 5,000 .............. (re. $5,000) Dominican Women's Development Center ... 4,000 .......... (re. $4,000) Each One Teach One ... 5,000 ............................ (re. $5,000) Eagle Academy for Young Men ... 5,000 ................... (re. $5,000) East New York Family Day Care Processing Center, Inc. ................ 1,250 ................................................. (re. $1,250) Eastchester Community Action Program ... 2,500 .......... (re. $2,500) Elmont School District ... 10,000 ...................... (re. $10,000) Federation of Hellenic Societies of Greater New York, Inc (Music) ... 3,000 ................................................. (re. $3,000) Federation of Hellenic Societies of Greater New York, Inc. (Dance) ... 3,000 ................................................. (re. $3,000) Fifth Avenue Committee/Carroll Gardens Neighborhood Women ............ 4,000 ................................................. (re. $4,000) Friends of Brook Park / Downtown Bronx Eco Development Corporation ... 5,000 ................................................. (re. $5,000)
Grace Dodge Career and Technical High School ......................... 65,000 ............................................... (re. $65,000) Great Neck School District ... 7,500 .................... (re. $7,500) Greek American Broadcasting Information and Cultural Activities Corp. ... 4,000 ............................................. (re. $4,000) Gregorio Luperon High School Enhancement Program ..................... 2,000 ................................................. (re. $2,000) Harlem Educational Activities Fund (HEAF) ... 4,000 ..... (re. $4,000) Harlem Live ... 4,000 ................................... (re. $4,000) Herricks School District ... 5,000 ...................... (re. $5,000) Hostos Community College - Dominican Republic Study Abroad Program ... 2,000 ................................................. (re. $2,000) Husain Institute of Technology ... 5,000 ................ (re. $5,000) I.S. 292 ... 1,500 ...................................... (re. $1,500) Interactive Digital Academy (IDA) ... 5,000 ............. (re. $5,000) Kew Gardens Hills Civic Assosiation, Inc. ... 5,000 ..... (re. $5,000) Latin Technologies, Inc. ... 2,000 ...................... (re. $2,000) Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender Community Center (LGBT) ... 100,000 ............................................. (re. $100,000) Literacy Partners ... 1,000 ............................. (re. $1,000) M.S. 571-The Bergen Upper School ... 10,000 ............ (re. $10,000) Metro Eagles After School Program ... 15,000 ........... (re. $15,000) Mirrer Yeshiva Central Institute ... 5,000 .............. (re. $5,000) MoCADA ... 5,000 ........................................ (re. $5,000) Montessori Progressive Learning Center ... 5,000 ........ (re. $5,000) Mosholu Montefiore Community Center ... 15,000 ......... (re. $15,000) Mothers Against Drunk Driving -- MADD in Queens ...................... 2,000 ................................................. (re. $2,000) Museum of Jewish Heritage ... 10,000 ................... (re. $10,000) Musica de Camara, Inc. ... 5,000 ........................ (re. $5,000) NARAL Pro-Choice New York ... 100,000 ................. (re. $100,000) Neighborhood Improvement Association ... 10,000 ........ (re. $10,000) New Hope Community Resource Center ... 5,000 ............ (re. $5,000) New Rochelle Fund for Educational Excellence ......................... 5,000 ................................................. (re. $5,000) New Rochelle Public Library ... 10,000 ................. (re. $10,000) New World Creation Resource Center Inc. ... 2,000 ....... (re. $2,000) New York 4 Life ... 10,000 ............................. (re. $10,000) NYC ACTSO ... 5,000 ..................................... (re. $5,000) Pine Hill Primary Center ... 10,000 .................... (re. $10,000) PS 41 ... 16,400 ....................................... (re. $16,400) PS 83 ... 2,500 ......................................... (re. $2,500) PS/IS 194 ... 2,500 ..................................... (re. $2,500) Public Policy and Education Fund of New York ......................... 100,000 ............................................. (re. $100,000) Public School 217 ... 5,000 ............................. (re. $5,000) Rabenstein Learning Center ... 5,000 .................... (re. $5,000) Renaissance Education Music and Sports (EMS) ......................... 5,000 ................................................. (re. $5,000) Rendall Memorial Presbyterian Church Josephine and Eugene Gordon Scho- larshjip Fund ... 5,000 ............................... (re. $5,000) Rockaway Sports Association ... 3,000 ................... (re. $3,000)
Saint Vincent Catholic Medical Centers - Reach out and Read Program ... 1,000 ............................................. (re. $1,000) [Salem's Missionary Baptist Church ... 5,000 ........... (re. $5,000)] Sesame Flyers International ... 5,000 ................... (re. $5,000) South Brooklyn Youth Consortium ... 10,000 ............. (re. $10,000) Spark Program, Inc. ... 2,500 ........................... (re. $2,500) St. Augustine Children Youth and Family Center ...................... 5,000 ................................................. (re. $5,000) The After School Corporation (TASC) ... 5,000 ........... (re. $5,000) The Carlos Lezama Archives and Caribbean Cultural Center (CLACC-C) ... 5,000 ................................................. (re. $5,000) The Center School ... 1,000 ............................. (re. $1,000) The Jackson Heights Art Club ... 3,000 .................. (re. $3,000) The Jacob Riis Community School/PS 126 ... 2,000 ........ (re. $2,000) The Korean American Brooklyn Association KABA ........................ 5,000 ................................................. (re. $5,000) Tribeca Learning Center, PS 150 ... 5,000 ............... (re. $5,000) Tzvi Dov Roth Academy ... 20,000 ....................... (re. $20,000) Villa Maria College of Bflo ... 25,000 ................. (re. $25,000) Westbury School District ... 10,000 .................... (re. $10,000) White Plains School District ... 2,000 .................. (re. $2,000) Young Leaders Institute, Inc. ... 5,000 ................. (re. $5,000) YOUNG WOMENS LEADERSHIP NETWORK ... 10,000 ............. (RE. $10,000) General Fund / Aid to Localities Community Projects Fund - 007 Account CC AUGUST MARTIN HIGH SCHOOL ... 8,000 ..................... (re. $8,000) BAY SHORE SCHOOL DISTRICT ... 2,000 ..................... (re. $2,000) BEACH CHANNEL HIGH SCHOOL ... 3,000 ..................... (re. $3,000) BOOKER T. WASHINGTON MS 54 ... 4,500 .................... (re. $4,500) BRIDGE STREET PREPARATORY SCHOOL ... 5,000 .............. (re. $5,000) BRIGHTON CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT ... 10,000 ............ (re. $10,000) BRONX COMMUNITY COLLEGE ... 16,500 ..................... (re. $16,500) BROOKHAVEN SCIENCE ASSOCIATES ... 4,000 ................. (re. $4,000) BROOKLYN CHILDREN'S MUSEUM CORP. ... 22,664 ............ (re. $22,664) BROOKLYN CHILDREN'S MUSEUM CORP. ... 2,500 .............. (RE. $2,500) BROOKLYN EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITY CENTER .............................. [12,500] 10,000 ...................................... (re. $10,000) BROOKLYN HISTORICAL SOCIETY ... 5,000 ................... (re. $5,000) BROOKLYN MUSIC AND ARTS PROGRAM, INC. ... 5,000 ......... (re. $5,000) BROOKLYN NAACP ... 7,500 ................................ (re. $7,500) BROOKLYN OLD TIMERS FOUNDATION, INC. ... 5,000 .......... (re. $5,000) BROOKLYN PUBLIC LIBRARY ... 55,250 ..................... (re. $55,250) BROOKLYN PUBLIC LIBRARY ... 1,458 ....................... (RE. $1,458) BROOKLYN PUBLIC LIBRARY FOUNDATION, INC. ............................. [9,916] 1,458 ......................................... (re. $1,458) CAZENOVIA PUBLIC LIBRARY SOCIETY ... 8,000 .............. (re. $8,000) CENTER FOR LESBIAN AND GAY STUDIES ... 7,500 ............ (re. $7,500) CHARTER SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION ... 17,500 ......... (re. $17,500) CODY CARES FOR KIDS, INC. ... 1,000 ..................... (re. $1,000)
COLUMBIA HIGH SCHOOL ... 5,000 .......................... (re. $5,000) COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT #27, REGION #5 ............................. 19,500 ............................................... (re. $19,500) COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT 17/PUBLIC SCHOOL 181 ....................... 3,000 ................................................. (re. $3,000) COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT 17/PUBLIC SCHOOL 398 ....................... 2,000 ................................................. (re. $2,000) COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT 18/PUBLIC SCHOOL 219 ....................... 6,000 ................................................. (re. $6,000) COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT 18/PUBLIC SCHOOL 268 ....................... 3,500 ................................................. (re. $3,500) COPIAGUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS ... 10,000 ..................... (re. $10,000) DR. SUN YAT SEN MIDDLE SCHOOL 131M ... 14,500 .......... (re. $14,500) E.B. CRAWFORD PUBLIC LIBRARY ... 3,000 .................. (re. $3,000) EAGLE ACADEMY FOR YOUNG MEN ... 25,000 ................. (re. $25,000) EASTERN SUFFOLK BOCES ... 3,000 ......................... (re. $3,000) EASTRIDGE PARENTS FOR MUSIC ... 5,000 ................... (re. $5,000) EDEN II SCHOOL FOR AUTISTIC CHILDREN, INC. ... 3,000 .... (re. $3,000) FAIRPORT CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT ... 25,000 ............ (re. $25,000) FALLSBURGH HIGH SCHOOL ... 7,500 ........................ (re. $7,500) FIFTH AVENUE COMMITTEE, INC. ... 3,000 .................. (re. $3,000) FOREST HILLS HIGH SCHOOL ... 5,500 ...................... (re. $5,500) FORT GEORGE COMMUNITY ENRICHMENT CENTER, INC. ........................ 7,500 ................................................. (re. $7,500) FOUNDATION FOR AUTISM INFORMATION AND RESEARCH ....................... 4,000 ................................................. (re. $4,000) GLEN COVE PUBLIC LIBRARY ... 2,000 ...................... (re. $2,000) GLENCLIFF ELEMENTARY SCHOOL ... 5,000 ................... (re. $5,000) GREEK-AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF NEW YORK, INC. ... 5,000 .... (re. $5,000) HIGH MEADOW SCHOOL, INC. ... 5,000 ...................... (re. $5,000) HIGHBRIDGE VOICES CORPORATION ... 5,000 ................. (re. $5,000) HOSTOS COMMUNITY COLLEGE ... 10,000 .................... (re. $10,000) HS 515 ... 14,500 ...................................... (re. $14,500) HUNTINGTON FREE LIBRARY AND READING ROOM ... 2,000 ...... (re. $2,000) IHS 51 ... 2,000 ........................................ (re. $2,000) IS 201 ... 1,000 ........................................ (re. $1,000) IS 239 ... 1,000 ........................................ (re. $1,000) JACK AND JILL OF AMERICA FOUNDATION, INC. ... 9,000 ..... (re. $9,000) JHS 56 ... 14,500 ...................................... (re. $14,500) JOHN ADAMS HIGH SCHOOL ... 3,000 ........................ (re. $3,000) JUST US, INC. ... 6,000 ................................. (re. $6,000) KIDS BASE & THE LITTLE SCHOOL ... 5,000 ................. (re. $5,000) KINGSTON COMMUNITY RADIO, INC. ... 5,000 ................ (re. $5,000) LABORATORY INSTITUTE OF MERCHANDISING-FASHION EDUCATION FOUNDATION ... 7,500 ................................................. (re. $7,500) LEARNING SUPPORT CENTER - REGION 4 ... 5,000 ............ (re. $5,000) LEWIS H. LATIMER FUND, INC. ... 5,000 ................... (re. $5,000) LINDENHURST ROBOTICS CLUB ... 1,848 ..................... (RE. $1,848) LITERACY ASSISTANCE CENTER ... 5,000 .................... (re. $5,000) LITERACY NASSAU, INC. ... 2,750 ......................... (re. $2,750) LITERACY SUFFOLK, INC. ... 2,000 ........................ (re. $2,000) LONG BEACH HIGH SCHOOL ... 10,000 ...................... (re. $10,000)
LONG BEACH LATINO CIVIC ASSOCIATION, INC. ... 5,000 ..... (re. $5,000) LONG BEACH MARTIN LUTHER KING CENTER, INC. ... 5,500 .... (re. $5,500) LONG ISLAND LATINO TEACHERS ASSOCIATION, INC. ........................ 3,000 ................................................. (re. $3,000) LUTHERAN FAMILY HEALTH CENTERS ... 3,000 ................ (re. $3,000) MANHATTAN BEACH SCHOOL (PUBLIC SCHOOL 195) ... 2,000 .... (re. $2,000) MARTHA WATFORD EARLY LEARNING CENTER ... 5,500 .......... (re. $5,500) MARTIN DEPORRES SCHOOL, INC. ... 2,000 .................. (re. $2,000) MECHANICVILLE CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT ... 5,000 ............ (re. $5,000) MONTESSORI LEARNING CENTER ... 5,000 .................... (re. $5,000) MONTGOMERY COUNTY LITERACY PROJECT, INC. ... 4,000 ...... (re. $4,000) NAACP WILLIAMSBRIDGE BRANCH ... 4,000 ................... (re. $4,000) NEST + M ... 14,500 .................................... (re. $14,500) NEW ROCHELLE PUBLIC LIBRARY ... 10,000 ................. (re. $10,000) NYC DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION - IS 14 ... 2,500 ........... (re. $2,500) NYC DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION - IS 285 ... 2,500 .......... (re. $2,500) NYC DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION - JAMES MADISON HIGH SCHOOL .............. 2,000 ................................................. (re. $2,000) NYC DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION - PUBLIC SCHOOL 109 ...................... 2,000 ................................................. (re. $2,000) NYC DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION - PUBLIC SCHOOL 119 ...................... 2,000 ................................................. (re. $2,000) NYC DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION - PUBLIC SCHOOL 197 ...................... 2,000 ................................................. (re. $2,000) NYC DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION - PUBLIC SCHOOL 208 ...................... 2,000 ................................................. (re. $2,000) NYC DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION - PUBLIC SCHOOL 244 ...................... 2,000 ................................................. (re. $2,000) NYC DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION - PUBLIC SCHOOL 251 ...................... 2,000 ................................................. (re. $2,000) NYC DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION - SOUTH SHORE HIGH SCHOOL ................ 2,000 ................................................. (re. $2,000) NYC LAB SCHOOL FOR COLLABORATIVE STUDIES ... 5,000 ...... (re. $5,000) ONONDAGA COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY ... 4,500 ................ (re. $4,500) ONONDAGA-CORTLAND MADISON BOCES SCHOOL LIBRARY SYSTEM ................ 20,000 ............................................... (re. $20,000) PRESTON HIGH SCHOOL ... 5,000 ........................... (re. $5,000) PROGRESS HIGH SCHOOL ... 10,000 ........................ (re. $10,000) PTA SCHOOL 19 ... 4,000 ................................. (re. $4,000) PUBLIC POLICY AND EDUCATION FUND ... 9,000 .............. (re. $9,000) PUBLIC SCHOOL 1 ... 17,500 ............................. (re. $17,500) PUBLIC SCHOOL 1 CONTEMPORARY ART CENTER, INC. ........................ 1,000 ................................................. (re. $1,000) PUBLIC SCHOOL 107 ... 4,000 ............................. (re. $4,000) PUBLIC SCHOOL 110 ... 14,500 ........................... (re. $14,500) PUBLIC SCHOOL 114 ... 1,000 ............................. (re. $1,000) PUBLIC SCHOOL 126 ... 14,500 ........................... (re. $14,500) PUBLIC SCHOOL 128 ... 2,000 ............................. (re. $2,000) PUBLIC SCHOOL 130 ... 18,500 ........................... (re. $18,500) PUBLIC SCHOOL 134 ... 16,500 ........................... (re. $16,500) PUBLIC SCHOOL 137 ... 14,500 ........................... (re. $14,500) PUBLIC SCHOOL 139 ... 4,000 ............................. (re. $4,000)
PUBLIC SCHOOL 140 ... 14,500 ........................... (re. $14,500) PUBLIC SCHOOL 142 ... 14,500 ........................... (re. $14,500) PUBLIC SCHOOL 149 - BEACON PROGRAM ... 5,000 ............ (re. $5,000) PUBLIC SCHOOL 153, HOMECREST SCHOOL OF MUSIC ......................... 2,000 ................................................. (re. $2,000) PUBLIC SCHOOL 154 ... 4,000 ............................. (re. $4,000) PUBLIC SCHOOL 172 ... 3,000 ............................. (re. $3,000) PUBLIC SCHOOL 185 ... 1,000 ............................. (re. $1,000) PUBLIC SCHOOL 19 ... 3,000 .............................. (re. $3,000) PUBLIC SCHOOL 193 QUEENS ... 3,000 ...................... (RE. $3,000) PUBLIC SCHOOL 2 ... 14,500 ............................. (re. $14,500) PUBLIC SCHOOL 20 ... 24,000 ............................ (re. $24,000) PUBLIC SCHOOL 217 ... 4,000 ............................. (re. $4,000) PUBLIC SCHOOL 230 ... 4,000 ............................. (re. $4,000) PUBLIC SCHOOL 24 PARENT TEACHER ASSOCIATION .......................... 3,000 ................................................. (re. $3,000) PUBLIC SCHOOL 288 ... 1,000 ............................. (re. $1,000) PUBLIC SCHOOL 3, THE JOHN MELSER CHARRETTE SCHOOL .................... 3,000 ................................................. (re. $3,000) PUBLIC SCHOOL 321 ... 4,000 ............................. (re. $4,000) PUBLIC SCHOOL 329 ... 1,000 ............................. (re. $1,000) PUBLIC SCHOOL 39 ... 4,000 .............................. (re. $4,000) PUBLIC SCHOOL 42 ... 14,500 ............................ (re. $14,500) PUBLIC SCHOOL 59 THE COMMUNITY SCHOOL FOR TECHNOLOGY ................. 4,500 ................................................. (re. $4,500) PUBLIC SCHOOL 63 ... 14,500 ............................ (re. $14,500) PUBLIC SCHOOL 75 ... 3,000 .............................. (re. $3,000) PUBLIC SCHOOL 90 ... 1,000 .............................. (re. $1,000) PUBLIC SCHOOL 94 PARENT TEACHERS ASSOCIATION ......................... 2,000 ................................................. (re. $2,000) QUEENS BOROUGH PUBLIC LIBRARY ... 22,500 ............... (re. $22,500) REDEMPTION, INC. ... 1,000 .............................. (re. $1,000) REGION 6 - SCHOOL DISTRICT 22 ... 8,000 ................. (re. $8,000) RESEARCH FOUNDATION OF THE CITY UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK ............... 36,000 ............................................... (re. $36,000) ROCKLAND TEACHERS' CENTER INSTITUTE ... 2,900 ........... (re. $2,900) RYE FREE READING ROOM ... 2,500 ......................... (re. $2,500) SAINT GREGORY'S SCHOOL FOR BOYS ... 5,000 ............... (re. $5,000) SOUTH COUNTRY EDUCATION FOUNDATION, INC. ... 1,000 ...... (re. $1,000) SOUTH COUNTRY SCHOOL DISTRICT ... 6,000 ................. (re. $6,000) SOUTHGATE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL ... 5,000 ................... (re. $5,000) ST. BRIGID'S ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH ... 1,250 ............ (re. $1,250) ST. JOSEPH'S SCHOOL FOR THE DEAF ... 1,000 .............. (re. $1,000) [STATEWIDE BLACK, PUERTO RICAN HISPANIC SUBSTANCE ABUSE TASK FORCE ... 50,000 .............................................. (re. $50,000)] STUDENT ADVOCACY, INC. ... 12,500 ...................... (re. $12,500) SUNY BROOKLYN EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITY CENTER ......................... 5,000 ................................................. (re. $5,000) THE LEARNING PROJECT ONE ... 14,500 .................... (re. $14,500) THE NEIGHBORHOOD SCHOOL ... 14,500 ..................... (re. $14,500) THEODORE ROOSEVELT SANCTUARY AND AUDUBON CENTER ...................... 1,000 ................................................. (re. $1,000)
TONAWANDA/GRAND ISLAND TEACHER CENTER ... 5,000 ......... (re. $5,000) UNITED METHODIST CITY SOCIETY ... 1,250 ................. (re. $1,250) UNIVERSITY HEIGHTS HIGH SCHOOL ... 10,000 .............. (re. $10,000) VICTORIAN HANDS FOUNDATION ... 4,000 .................... (re. $4,000) WEST IRONDEQUOIT CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT ... 15,000 .... (re. $15,000) YIVO INSTITUTE FOR JEWISH RESEARCH, INC. ... 5,500 ...... (re. $5,500) General Fund / Aid to Localities Community Projects Fund - 007 Account EE AFRICAN-AMERICAN MEN'S ASSOCIATION OF GENEVA, INC. ................... 5,500 ................................................. (re. $5,500) AMAGANSETT FREE LIBRARY ... 1,000 ....................... (re. $1,000) BALDWIN UNION FREE SCHOOL DISTRICT ... 17,500 .......... (re. $17,500) BERKSHIRE FREE LIBRARY ... 1,000 ........................ (re. $1,000) BROWN SCHOOL ... 5,000 .................................. (re. $5,000) CAMBRIDGE SCHOOL DISTRICT ... 5,000 ..................... (re. $5,000) CARLE PLACE UNION FREE SCHOOL DISTRICT ... 3,750 ........ (re. $3,750) CENTER MORICHES FREE PUBLIC LIBRARY ... 1,000 ........... (re. $1,000) COBURN FREE LIBRARY ... 1,000 ........................... (re. $1,000) PARISH LIBRARY ... 6,000 ................................ (re. $6,000) NISKAYUNA CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT .................................... 27,565 ............................................... (re. $27,565) CRAOBH ULL MOR COMHALTAS CEOLTORI EIREANN ... 5,000 ..... (re. $5,000) EAST FISHKILL COMMUNITY LIBRARY ... 3,000 ............... (re. $3,000) EAST HAMPTON LIBRARY ... 1,000 .......................... (re. $1,000) EAST ISLIP PUBLIC LIBRARY ... 7,150 ..................... (re. $7,150) FARMINGDALE COMMUNITY SUMMIT COUNCIL, INC. ... 5,000 .... (re. $5,000) FARMINGDALE LIBRARY ... 2,000 ........................... (re. $2,000) FRIENDS OF ELIJAH SCHOOL ... 4,000 ...................... (re. $4,000) FRIENDSHIP FREE LIBRARY ... 5,000 ....................... (re. $5,000) FULTON MONTGOMERY COMMUNITY COLLEGE ... 11,400 ......... (re. $11,400) GALWAY PUBLIC LIBRARY ... 2,580 ......................... (re. $2,580) GILLIAM GRANT COMMUNITY CENTER LIBRARY ... 1,500 ........ (re. $1,500) GRAFTON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL ... 4,000 ..................... (re. $4,000) GREEN CHIMNEY'S SCHOOL ... 5,000 ........................ (re. $5,000) HAMPTON LIBRARY ... 1,000 ............................... (re. $1,000) HERRICKS UNION FREE SCHOOL DISTRICT ... 3,500 ........... (re. $3,500) HICKSVILLE PUBLIC LIBRARY ... 4,000 ..................... (re. $4,000) HONEOYE CENTRAL SCHOOL ... 8,350 ........................ (re. $8,350) JOHN JERMAIN LIBRARY ... 1,000 .......................... (re. $1,000) LEARNING FOR LIFE CENTER ... 5,000 ...................... (re. $5,000) MASTIC MORICHES SHIRLEY LIBRARY ... 1,000 ............... (re. $1,000) MINEOLA UNION FREE SCHOOL DISTRICT ... 3,750 ............ (re. $3,750) MONTAUK OBSERVATORY ... 1,000 ........................... (re. $1,000) NEW HYDE PARK-GARDEN CITY PARK UNION FREE SCHOOL DISTRICT ............ 3,750 ................................................. (re. $3,750) OCEANSIDE UNION FREE SCHOOL DISTRICT ... 17,500 ........ (re. $17,500) PAWLING FREE LIBRARY ... 2,500 .......................... (re. $2,500) PUTNAM ASSOCIATED RESOURCE CENTER ... 5,000 ............. (re. $5,000) QUOGUE LIBRARY ... 1,000 ................................ (re. $1,000)
RICHVILLE FREE LIBRARY ... 2,000 ........................ (re. $2,000) ROGERS MEMORIAL LIBRARY ... 1,000 ....................... (re. $1,000) NISKAYUNA CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT ... 20,000 ........... (re. $20,000) SEAFORD UNION FREE SCHOOL DISTRICT ... 5,000 ............ (re. $5,000) SEAFORD UNION FREE SCHOOL DISTRICT ... 5,000 ............ (re. $5,000) SEWANHAKA CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL ... 48,000 ............... (re. $48,000) SMITHTOWN SCHOOL DISTRICT ... 25,000 ................... (re. $25,000) SMYRNA PUBLIC LIBRARY ... 1,000 ......................... (re. $1,000) SOMERS EDUCATION FOUNDATION ... 4,000 ................... (re. $4,000) SUFFOLK ASSOCIATION FOR JEWISH EDUCATIONAL SERVICES (SAJES) .......... 5,000 ................................................. (re. $5,000) TAPPAN SPAULDING MEMORIAL LIBRARY ... 1,000 ............. (re. $1,000) THE EDEN II PROGRAMS-THE GENESIS SCHOOL ... 4,000 ....... (re. $4,000) VALLEY STREAM 13 SCHOOL DISTRICT ... 15,000 ............ (re. $15,000) VARIETY CHILD LEARNING CENTER ... 2,000 ................. (re. $2,000) WAPPINGERS CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION ...... 35,000 ............................................... (re. $35,000) WEST HEMPSTEAD UNION FREE SCHOOL DISTRICT ... 4,000 ..... (re. $4,000) WHITEHALL CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT ... 5,000 ............. (re. $5,000) WYOMING FREE CIRCULATING LIBRARY ... 4,000 .............. (re. $4,000) YATES COMMUNITY LIBRARY ... 1,500 ....................... (re. $1,500) General Fund / Aid to Localities Community Projects Fund - 007 Account CC By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2002: For services and expenses of: New York Institute of Technology-Distance Learning ................... 40,000 ............................................... (re. $10,485) For services and expenses of: Take the Field ... 100,000 ............................. (re. $11,911) The appropriation made by chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2002, as amended by chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2009, is amended and reappropriated to read: Maintenance Undistributed General Fund / Aid to Localities Community Projects Fund - 007 Account AA For services and expenses, grants in aid, or for contracts with certain school districts, public libraries and/or private not-for- profit educational institutions. The funds appropriated hereby may be suballocated to any department, agency or public authority ... 4,000,000 ......................................... (re. $4,000,000) Maintenance Undistributed
For services and expenses or for contracts with municipalities and/or private not-for-profit agencies for the amounts herein provided: General Fund / Aid to Localities Community Projects Fund - 007 Account AA American Legion Auxiliary Girl and Boy State Programs ................ 500 ..................................................... (re. $500) Archbishop Walsh High School ... 25,000 ................ (re. $25,000) Bellmore-Merrick CHS District/Merrick Ave. Middle School ............. 5,000 ................................................. (re. $5,000) Bethpage Library ... 5,000 .............................. (re. $5,000) Center for Excellence in Urban and Rural Education ................... 50,000 ............................................... (re. $50,000) Community School District 27 ... 20,000 ................ (re. $20,000) Farman Free Library Association ... 1,500 ............... (re. $1,500) HempHS Health Center ... 5,000 .......................... (re. $5,000) Island Park Library ... 5,000 ........................... (re. $5,000) Islip Town Traffic Safety Literature and Handouts .................... 3,000 ................................................. (re. $3,000) JFK HS Cougars Boosters Club ... 5,000 .................. (re. $5,000) Literacy Volunteers of America - Niagara County ...................... 3,800 ................................................. (re. $3,800) Parent Teacher Association of P.S. 188 Queens ........................ 5,000 ................................................. (re. $5,000) Portville Central School District ... 25,000 ........... (re. $25,000) Puerto Rican Youth Development and Resource Center ................... 49,400 ............................................... (re. $49,400) The Eden II Genesis School ... 7,500 .................... (re. $7,500) Valley Stream Educational Foundation ... 5,000 .......... (re. $5,000) Wantagh Public Library ... 5,000 ........................ (re. $5,000) Westchester County Department of Public Safety, Police Benevolent Association, Inc. ... 10,000 ......................... (re. $10,000) General Fund / Aid to Localities Community Projects Fund - 007 Account BB Winthrop Inter. School ... 2,500 ........................ (re. $2,500) General Fund / Aid to Localities Community Projects Fund - 007 Account CC 21ST CENTURY CENTER FOR PUBLIC POLICY ... 6,281 ......... (re. $6,281) AFRICAN AMERICAN LEGAL & EDUCATION FUND ... 30,000 ..... (re. $30,000) ANDREW JACKSON FOUNDATION ... 15,000 ................... (re. $15,000) BEACH CHANNEL HIGH SCHOOL ... 3,000 ..................... (re. $3,000) BOWNE HOUSE HISTORICAL SOCIETY, INC. ... 2,000 .......... (re. $2,000) BRIGHTON CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT ... 10,000 ............ (re. $10,000) BROOKLYN PUBLIC LIBRARY ... 32,169 ..................... (re. $32,169)
COMMUNITY SCHOOL 4/E.C.C. 171 ... 3,700 ................. (re. $3,700) COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT 1 ... 50,000 ................. (re. $50,000) COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT 13-PS 8-ROBERT FULTON SCHOOL ............... 2,000 ................................................. (re. $2,000) COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT 15-PS 124 ... 2,000 ........... (re. $2,000) COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT 15-PS 38 ... 2,000 ............ (re. $2,000) COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT 18-IS 232 ... 2,500 ........... (re. $2,500) COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT 18-IS 252 ... 5,000 ........... (re. $5,000) COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT 18-PS 219 ... 6,000 ........... (re. $6,000) COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT 20 (KING'S COUNTY) ......................... 40,000 ............................................... (re. $40,000) COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT 21 ... 7,500 .................. (re. $7,500) COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT 22 - P.S. 119 ... 2,000 ....... (re. $2,000) [COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT 22 - P.S. 197 ... 2,000 ..... (re. $2,000)] COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT 24 ... 6,000 .................. (re. $6,000) COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT 25 ... 5,000 .................. (re. $5,000) COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT 27 ... 5,000 .................. (re. $5,000) COUNCIL FOR UNITY, INC. ... 1,000 ....................... (re. $1,000) DOMINICAN AMERICAN FOUNDATION, INC ... 7,500 ............ (re. $7,500) DOMINICAN COMMUNITY SERVICES CENTER ... 5,000 ........... (re. $5,000) GEORGE W. WINGATE HIGH SCHOOL ... 5,112 ................. (re. $5,112) GLEN COVE ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY COUNCIL, INC. ......................... 2,000 ................................................. (re. $2,000) GOODWILL INDUSTRIES OF GREATER NY AND NORTHERN NJ .................... 3,000 ................................................. (re. $3,000) HARLEM SCHOOL OF THE ARTS, INC ... 5,000 ................ (re. $5,000) HERBERT G. BIRCH SERVICES ... 4,781 ..................... (re. $4,781) HERBERT G. BIRCH SERVICES, INC. ... 2,000 ............... (re. $2,000) HOLBROOK ROAD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL ... 2,000 ............... (re. $2,000) JHS 56 ... 10,000 ...................................... (re. $10,000) LEON M. GOLDSTEIN HS FOR THE SCIENCES AT KINGSBOROUGH ................ 2,000 ................................................. (re. $2,000) LONG ISLAND UNIVERSITY ... 28,112 ...................... (re. $28,112) MARTE VALLE MODEL SCHOOL ... 10,000 .................... (re. $10,000) MIDDLE COUNTRY BOOSTERS CLUB ... 1,000 .................. (re. $1,000) NASSAU/SUFFOLK HISPANIC TASK FORCE ... 12,500 .......... (re. $12,500) NEW INTERDISCIPLINARY SCHOOL ... 2,500 .................. (re. $2,500) NEW YORK INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY ... 40,000 ............ (re. $40,000) PARENT ASSOCIATION OF PUBLIC SCHOOL 176 ... 5,000 ....... (re. $5,000) PORTER MAGNET SCHOOL PTA ... 8,000 ...................... (re. $8,000) PUBLIC ACCESS TV CORPORATION ... 1,500 .................. (re. $1,500) PUBLIC SCHOOL 1 ... 12,000 ............................. (re. $12,000) PUBLIC SCHOOL 110 ... 10,000 ........................... (re. $10,000) PUBLIC SCHOOL 130 ... 14,000 ........................... (re. $14,000) PUBLIC SCHOOL 42 ... 10,000 ............................ (re. $10,000) QUEENS B'NAI B'RITH HOUSING DEVELOPMENT FUND CO. ..................... 3,000 ................................................. (re. $3,000) QUEENS BOROUGH PUBLIC LIBRARY ...9,750 .................. (RE. $9,750) SOCIETY ENCOURAGING THE ARTS IN THE BAYPORT-BLUE POINT SCHOOLS ....... 2,000 ................................................. (re. $2,000) STATEN ISLAND CENTER FOR INDEPENDENT LIVING, INC. .................... 5,000 ................................................. (re. $5,000)
[STEINWAY CHILD AND FAMILY SERVICES ... 1,250 .......... (re. $1,250)] THE LEARNING PROJECT ONE ... 10,000 .................... (re. $10,000) YOUTH D.A.R.E.S. INC. ... 2,612 ......................... (re. $2,612) General Fund / Aid to Localities Community Projects Fund - 007 Account EE West Hempstead School District ... 2,000 ................ (re. $2,000) Huntington Public Library ... 7,500 ..................... (re. $7,500) Oxford Central School District ... 4,000 ................ (re. $4,000) Cairo-Durham Middle School ... 2,500 .................... (re. $2,500) Community Library, Cobleskill ... 5,000 ................. (re. $5,000) Adriance Memorial Library ... 5,000 ..................... (re. $5,000) Ontario County Literacy Volunteers ... 4,000 ............ (re. $4,000) Merrick Union Free School District ... 5,000 ............ (re. $5,000) Hyde Park Free Library ... 1,000 ........................ (re. $1,000) Wappingers Central School District ... 3,000 ............ (re. $3,000) Genesee Community College Orleans Campus Center ...................... 23,000 ............................................... (re. $23,000) Eastport School District ... 7,000 ...................... (re. $7,000) Manhattan College Degree Completion Program ... 5,000 ... (re. $5,000) By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2000, as amended by chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2009: General Fund / Aid to Localities Community Projects Fund - 007 Account AA Maintenance Undistributed For services and expenses, grants in aid, or for contracts with certain school districts, public libraries and/or private not-for- profit educational institutions. The funds appropriated hereby may be suballocated to any department, agency or public authority ... 4,000,000 ......................................... (re. $1,000,000) Maintenance Undistributed For services and expenses or for contracts with municipalities and/or private not-for-profit agencies for the amounts herein provided: General Fund / Aid to Localities Community Projects Fund - 007 Account AA Best Resource Center, After school program ........................... 10,000 ............................................... (re. $10,000) Community Education Resourses Center at JHS #67 ...................... 5,000 ................................................. (re. $5,000) Community School District #26 ... 160,000 ............. (re. $160,000)
Community School District #29 ... 40,000 ............... (re. $40,000) Cornell Cooperative Extension of Wayne County ........................ 2,000 ................................................. (re. $2,000) Elwood School District ... 6,000 ........................ (re. $6,000) Florida Union Free School District ... 15,000 .......... (re. $15,000) Grover Cleveland High School, SPARK Program ... 5,000 ... (re. $5,000) Holocaust Memorial Committee of Long Island ... 2,500 ... (re. $2,500) Kadima Center ... 20,000 ............................... (re. $20,000) Martin Luther High School ... 2,500 ..................... (re. $2,500) Student Advocacy ... 500 .................................. (re. $500) The Eden II, Genesis School ... 8,000 ................... (re. $8,000) Westchester County Department of Public Safety ....................... 5,000 ................................................. (re. $5,000) BethpageLibrary ... 3,000 ............................... (re. $3,000) Lakeview Library ... 3,000 .............................. (re. $3,000) Levittown Pub Library ... 3,000 ......................... (re. $3,000) General Fund / Aid to Localities Community Projects Fund - 007 Account CC Maintenance Undistributed For services and expenses or for contracts with certain school districts, municipalities and/or not-for-profit agencies. The funds appropriated hereby may be suballocated to any department, agency or public authority ... 4,000,000 .................... (re. $4,000,000) Maintenance Undistributed For services and expenses or for contracts with municipalities and/or private not-for-profit agencies for the amounts herein provided: General Fund / Aid to Localities Community Projects Fund - 007 Account EE Brushton-Moira Central School ... 5,000 ................. (re. $5,000) Manhattan College Degree Completion Program .......................... 25,000 ............................................... (re. $25,000) Patterson Library Association ... 3,000 ................. (re. $3,000) Steuben Society of America ... 2,000 .................... (re. $2,000) Unqua School ... 2,000 .................................. (re. $2,000) Valley Stream Memorial Junior High School ... 2,500 ..... (re. $2,500) Wading River School Parent Teacher Organization ...................... 7,500 ................................................. (re. $7,500) Wells Memorial Library ... 5,000 ........................ (re. $5,000) By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 1999, as amended by chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2008:
Maintenance Undistributed For services and expenses or for contracts with municipalities and/or private not-for-profit agencies for the amounts herein provided: General Fund / Aid to Localities Community Projects Fund - 007 Account AA Grover Cleveland High School, SPARK Program ... 5,000 ... (re. $5,000) John Adams High School ... 500 ............................ (re. $500) PEACE CRC ... 15,000 ................................... (re. $15,000) Adelphi Cultural Development ... 25,000 ................ (re. $25,000) The Community Library ... 10,000 ....................... (re. $10,000) General Fund / Aid to Localities Community Projects Fund - 007 Account EE Bay Street Theatre ... 5,000 ............................ (re. $5,000) Gayhead Elementary School ... 10,000 ................... (re. $10,000) Saratoga Springs City Schools ... 5,000 ................. (re. $5,000) Seaford Public Library ... 5,000 ........................ (re. $5,000) William Floyd School District ... 10,000 ............... (re. $10,000) By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 1998, as amended by chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2006: Maintenance Undistributed For services and expenses or for contracts with municipalities and/or private not-for-profit agencies for the amounts herein provided: General Fund / Aid to Localities Community Projects Fund - 007 Account EE Island Trees Union Free School District ... 8,000 ....... (re. $8,000) St. Columbia School ... 10,000 ......................... (re. $10,000) Wyoming County Libraries ... 10,000 .................... (re. $10,000) Curtis High School ... 5,000 ............................ (re. $3,750) South Huntington Wild Cats Athletic Booster Club ..................... 10,000 ................................................ (re. $3,300) Middleburg Library Association ... 25,000 .............. (re. $15,000) Vail-Levitt Music Hall ... 15,000 ....................... (re. $3,750) South Seneca School District ... 3,000 .................. (re. $3,000)
For the comprehensive construction programs, purposes and projects as herein specified in accordance with the following: Capital Projects Fund ........................................ 6,800,000 Library Aid - Authority Bonds ............................... 14,000,000 -------------- All Funds ................................................... 20,800,000 ============== ADMINISTRATION (CCP) ......................................... 6,800,000 -------------- Capital Projects Fund Preservation of Facilities Purpose For various minor rehabilitation projects to keep facilities in a safe operating condition subject to a plan developed by the education department and approved by the director of the budget (11021003) ...... 6,800,000 LIBRARY CONSTRUCTION (CCP) .................................. 14,000,000 -------------- Capital Projects Fund Program Improvement/Change Purpose For total approved project costs pursuant to section 273-a of the education law, for approved projects, excluding feasi- bility studies, plans or similar activ- ities, for the acquisition, construc- tion, renovation or rehabilitation, including leasehold improvements, of buildings of public libraries and library systems chartered by the regents of the state of New York or established by an act of the legislature, subject to distribution provisions in subdivision 4 of section 273-a of the education law on and upon approval by the commissioner (11011008) ................................ 14,000,000
ADMINISTRATION (CCP) Capital Projects Fund Health and Safety Purpose By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2001: For minor rehabilitation projects to keep facilities in a safe operat- ing condition subject to a plan developed by the education depart- ment and approved by the director of the budget (11010101) ......... 2,500,000 ............................................ (re. $31,000) Preservation of Facilities Purpose By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2009: For various minor rehabilitation projects to keep facilities in a safe operating condition subject to a plan developed by the education department and approved by the director of the budget (11020903) ... 2,000,000 ......................................... (re. $2,000,000) By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2008: For various minor rehabilitation projects to keep facilities in a safe operating condition subject to a plan developed by the education department and approved by the director of the budget (11090803) ... 1,000,000 ......................................... (re. $1,000,000) By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2007: For various minor rehabilitation projects to keep facilities in a safe operating condition subject to a plan developed by the education department and approved by the director of the budget (11010703) ... 4,900,000 ......................................... (re. $1,642,000) For various minor rehabilitation projects to keep facilities in a safe operating condition subject to a plan developed by the education department and approved by the director of the budget (11010703) ... 4,900,000 ......................................... (re. $2,921,000) By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2006: For various minor rehabilitation projects to keep facilities in a safe operating condition subject to a plan developed by the education department and approved by the director of the budget (11020603) ... 2,400,000 ........................................... (re. $346,000) For various minor rehabilitation projects to keep facilities in a safe operating condition subject to a plan developed by the education department and approved by the director of the budget (11020603) ... 2,400,000 ......................................... (re. $1,089,000) By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2005: For various minor rehabilitation projects to keep facilities in a safe operating condition subject to a plan developed by the education department and approved by the director of the budget (11020503) ... 1,000,000 ............................................ (re. $20,000)
By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2004: For various minor rehabilitation projects to keep facilities in a safe operating condition subject to a plan developed by the education department and approved by the director of the budget (11010403) ... 1,000,000 ............................................ (re. $11,000) By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2003, as amended by chapter 684, section 1, of the laws of 2003: For various minor rehabilitation projects to keep facilities in a safe operating condition subject to a plan developed by the education department and approved by the director of the budget (11080303) ... 2,000,000 ............................................ (re. $44,000) Transportation Purpose By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2004: To assist in moving transportation capital aid from a reimbursement program to an assumed amortization program (11XX04TR) .............. 80,000,000 ....................................... (re. $80,000,000) CULTURAL EDUCATION CENTER (CCP) Capital Projects Fund Health and Safety Purpose By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2008: For the construction of an alternate emergency exit in the cultural education center (11010801) ... 2,250,000 ......... (re. $2,103,000) For fire safety system upgrades, environmental controls, and the reno- vation of restrooms in the cultural education center (11030801) .... 2,500,000 ......................................... (re. $2,467,000) By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 1996, as amended by chapter 62, section 3, of the laws of 2005: An advance for renovations to the Cultural Education Center, including HVAC rehabilitation and a replacement security console, subject to a plan developed by the Education Department and approved by the director of the budget (11B19601) .................................. 2,150,000 ........................................... (re. $500,000) By chapter 54, section 2, of the laws of 1995, as amended by chapter 62, section 3, of the laws of 2005: An advance for renovations to the Cultural Education Center, including elevator upgrades and tile floor replacement, subject to a plan developed by the Education Department and approved by the director of the budget (11039501) ... 3,500,000 ............... (re. $80,000) By chapter 54, section 2, of the laws of 1994, as amended by chapter 62, section 3, of the laws of 2005:
An advance for the installation of a fire suppression system in the State Museum as well as other renovations to the Cultural Education Center, subject to a plan developed by the Education Department and approved by the director of the budget (11109401) .................. 2,900,000 ........................................... (re. $200,000) Preservation of Facilities Purpose By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2004, as amended by chapter 62, section 3, of the laws of 2005: For minor rehabilitation projects to keep facilities in a safe operat- ing condition subject to a plan developed by the education depart- ment and approved by the director of the budget (11020403) ......... 1,000,000 ............................................ (re. $78,000) By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2002, as amended by chapter 62, section 3, of the laws of 2005: For renovation projects to preserve and revamp the collections and exhibits of the state museum, library and archives subject to a plan approved by the director of the budget. Moneys from this appropri- ation shall be made available only as matching funds for equal amounts raised for capital projects from non-governmental sources (11030203) ... 5,000,000 .......................... (re. $4,491,000) By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 1998, as amended by chapter 62, section 3, of the laws of 2005: An advance for renovations to the first and eleventh floors of the Cultural Education Center occupied by the State Museum and the State Archives, including but not limited to the improvement of HVAC systems, the upgrade of security and safety systems, and the improvement of space utilization, subject to a plan developed by the Education Department and approved by the director of the budget (11059803) ... 9,500,000 ............................ (re. $300,000) By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 1997, as amended by chapter 62, section 3, of the laws of 2005: An advance for renovations to the first and eleventh floors of the Cultural Education Center occupied by the State Museum and the State Archives, including but not limited to the improvement of HVAC systems, the upgrade of security and safety systems, and the improvement of space utilization, subject to a plan developed by the Education Department and approved by the director of the budget (11W59703) ... 2,500,000 ............................ (re. $200,000) Program Improvement/Change Purpose By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2008: An advance for projects to enhance the public display of the collections and exhibits of the state museum, library and archives, subject to a plan jointly submitted by the board of the cultural education trust and the state education department and approved by
the director of the budget (11020808) .............................. 15,000,000 ....................................... (re. $13,797,000) An advance for projects to enhance the public display of the collections and exhibits of the state museum, library and archives, subject to a plan jointly submitted by the board of the cultural education trust and the state education department and approved by the director of the budget (11020808) .............................. 15,000,000 ........................................ (re. $1,203,000) For preservation and stewardship of collections in the cultural educa- tion center, including environmental controls, the preservation of records, and the purchase and installment of map and microform cabi- nets, compact shelving, and museum cabinetry (11060808) ............ 4,325,000 ......................................... (re. $3,503,000) For preservation and stewardship of collections in the cultural educa- tion center, including environmental controls, the preservation of records, and the purchase and installment of map and microform cabi- nets, compact shelving, and museum cabinetry (11060808) ............ 4,325,000 ........................................... (re. $822,000) An advance for the costs of a new records center storage facility (11070808) ... 12,585,000 ........................ (re. $12,585,000) CULTURAL EDUCATION STORAGE FACILITY (CCP) Capital Projects Fund New Facilities Purpose By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2007: Cultural education storage facility. For costs of a new storage facil- ity for the collections of the state museum, library and archives, subject to a plan jointly submitted by the board of the cultural education trust and the cultural education department and approved by the division of the budget (11010707) ........................... 60,000,000 ....................................... (re. $60,000,000) EDUCATION BUILDING (CCP) Capital Projects Fund Health and Safety Purpose By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2008: For mechanical system upgrades in the education building addition, including the installation of a system for humidification control and the modification of the ventilation system (11020801) .......... 2,000,000 ......................................... (re. $1,865,000) For mechanical system upgrades in the education building addition, including the installation of a system for humidification control and the modification of the ventilation system (11020801) .......... 2,000,000 ........................................... (re. $135,000)
By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 1998: An advance for renovations to the exterior of the Education Building and annex and the rehabilitation of windows subject to a plan devel- oped by the Education Department and approved by the director of the budget (11B19801) ... 1,960,000 ...................... (re. $20,000) Preservation of Facilities Purpose By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2006: For computer room renovation to keep facilities in a safe operating condition subject to a plan developed by the education department and approved by the director of the budget (11010601) .............. 1,600,000 ........................................... (re. $380,000) For computer room renovation to keep facilities in a safe operating condition subject to a plan developed by the education department and approved by the director of the budget (11010601) .............. 1,600,000 ........................................... (re. $988,000) For partial roof replacement of the education building and education building addition to keep facilities in a safe operating condition subject to a plan developed by the education department and approved by the director of the budget (11030603) ........................... 1,700,000 ........................................... (re. $286,000) LIBRARY CONSTRUCTION (CCP) Capital Projects Fund Program Improvement/Change Purpose By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2009: For total approved project costs pursuant to section 273-a of the education law, for approved projects, excluding feasibility studies, plans or similar activities, for the acquisition, construction, renovation or rehabilitation, including leasehold improvements, of buildings of public libraries and library systems chartered by the regents of the state of New York or established by an act of the legislature, subject to distribution provisions in subdivision 4 of section 273-a of the education law on and upon approval by the commissioner (11010908) ... 14,000,000 ........... (re. $14,000,000) By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2008: An advance for total approved project costs pursuant to section 273-a of the education law, for approved projects, excluding feasibility studies, plans or similar activities, for the acquisition, construction, renovation or rehabilitation, including leasehold improvements, of buildings of public libraries and library systems chartered by the regents of the state of New York or established by an act of the legislature, subject to distribution provisions in subdivision 4 of section 273-a of the education law on and upon approval by the commissioner (11080808) ............................ 14,000,000 ....................................... (re. $12,500,000)
An advance for total approved project costs pursuant to section 273-a of the education law, for approved projects, excluding feasibility studies, plans or similar activities, for the acquisition, construction, renovation or rehabilitation, including leasehold improvements, of buildings of public libraries and library systems chartered by the regents of the state of New York or established by an act of the legislature, subject to distribution provisions in subdivision 4 of section 273-a of the education law on and upon approval by the commissioner (11080808) ............................ 14,000,000 ........................................ (re. $1,500,000) Library Construction Purpose By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2007: For total approved project costs pursuant to section 273-a of the education law, for approved projects, excluding feasibility studies, plans or similar activities, for the acquisition, construction, renovation or rehabilitation, including leasehold improvements, of buildings of public libraries and library systems chartered by the regents of the state of New York or established by an act of the legislature, subject to distribution provisions in subdivision 4 of section 273-a of the education law on and upon approval by the commissioner (110307LC) ... 14,000,000 .............. (re. $722,000) For total approved project costs pursuant to section 273-a of the education law, for approved projects, excluding feasibility studies, plans or similar activities, for the acquisition, construction, renovation or rehabilitation, including leasehold improvements, of buildings of public libraries and library systems chartered by the regents of the state of New York or established by an act of the legislature, subject to distribution provisions in subdivision 4 of section 273-a of the education law on and upon approval by the commissioner (110307LC) ... 14,000,000 .............. (re. $566,000) By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2006: For total approved project costs pursuant to section 273-a of the education law, for approved projects, excluding feasibility studies, plans or similar activities, for the acquisition, construction, renovation or rehabilitation, including leasehold improvements, of buildings of public libraries and library systems chartered by the regents of the state of New York or established by an act of the legislature, subject to distribution provisions in subdivision 4 of section 273-a of the education law on and upon approval by the commissioner (110206LC) ... 14,000,000 ............... (re. $45,000) PUBLIC BROADCASTING FACILITIES PROGRAM (CCP) Capital Projects Fund-Authority Bonds Public Broadcasting Facilities Purpose By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2005, as amended by chapter 62, section 3, of the laws of 2005:
For services and expenses related to the public broadcasting facili- ties assistance program (11PB05PB) ................................. 15,000,000 .......................................... (re. $527,000) SCHOOL FOR THE BLIND - BATAVIA (CCP) Capital Projects Fund Health and Safety Purpose By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2009: For various rehabilitation and renovation projects to keep facilities at the School for the Blind in a safe operating condition subject to a plan developed by the education department and approved by the director of the budget (11030901) ... 800,000 ....... (re. $800,000) By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2008: For security and fire alarm system upgrades, physical plant improve- ments to infrastructure around Severne Hall, backflow prevention devices, and roof replacement on Knight Hall and Hamilton Hall (11050801) ... 2,330,000 ............................ (re. $894,000) For security and fire alarm system upgrades, physical plant improve- ments to infrastructure around Severne Hall, backflow prevention devices, and roof replacement on Knight Hall and Hamilton Hall (11050801) ... 2,330,000 .......................... (re. $1,391,000) By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2005: For minor rehabilitation projects to keep facilities in a safe operat- ing condition subject to a plan developed by the education depart- ment and approved by the director of the budget (11030501) ......... 3,000,000 ........................................... (re. $156,000) Preservation of Facilities Purpose By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 1998: An advance for alterations and improvements to various facilities for the disabled and to install back-flow prevention devices for code compliance (11079803) ... 610,000 ................... (re. $200,000) SCHOOL FOR THE DEAF - ROME (CCP) Capital Projects Fund Health and Safety Purpose By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2008: For dormitory environmental controls and the replacement of paver stones, manhole covers and catch basins (11040801) ................. 650,000 ............................................. (re. $339,000) By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2006:
For dormitory renovation to keep facilities in a safe operating condi- tion subject to a plan developed by the education department and approved by the director of the budget (11040601) .................. 7,500,000 ......................................... (re. $3,193,000) For dormitory renovation to keep facilities in a safe operating condi- tion subject to a plan developed by the education department and approved by the director of the budget (11040601) .................. 7,500,000 ......................................... (re. $2,524,000) Preservation of Facilities Purpose By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2004: For minor rehabilitation projects to keep facilities in a safe operat- ing condition subject to a plan developed by the education depart- ment and approved by the director of the budget (11050403) ......... 2,500,000 ........................................... (re. $162,000) For minor rehabilitation projects to keep facilities in a safe operat- ing condition subject to a plan developed by the education depart- ment and approved by the director of the budget (11050403) ......... 2,500,000 ........................................... (re. $510,000) SCHOOLS FOR NATIVE AMERICAN RESERVATIONS (CCP) Capital Projects Fund Health and Safety Purpose By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2009: For various rehabilitation and renovation projects to keep facilities at the St. Regis Mohawk Elementary School in a safe operating condi- tion subject to a plan developed by the education department and approved by the director of the budget (11020901) .................. 4,000,000 ......................................... (re. $4,000,000) By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2003: For various rehabilitation and renovation projects to keep facilities at the St. Regis Mohawk Elementary School in a safe operating condi- tion subject to a plan developed by the education department and approved by the director of the budget(11010301) ................... 1,000,000 ............................................ (re. $12,000) For various rehabilitation and renovation projects to keep facilities at the Tuscarora Elementary School in a safe operating condition subject to a plan developed by the education department and approved by the director of the budget (11020301) ........................... 500,000 .............................................. (re. $14,000) Preservation of Facilities Purpose By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2004: For various rehabilitation and renovation projects to keep facilities at the St. Regis Mohawk Elementary School in a safe operating condi- tion subject to a plan developed by the education department and
approved by the director of the budget (11040403) .................. 4,500,000 ........................................... (re. $387,000) For various rehabilitation and renovation projects to keep facilities at the Tuscarora Elementary School in a safe operating condition subject to a plan developed by the education department and approved by the director of the budget (11030403) ........................... 1,300,000 ............................................. (re. $8,000)
CENTRAL ADMINISTRATION PROGRAM .............................. 40,470,000 -------------- General Fund / State Operations State Purposes Account - 003 Notwithstanding section 51 of the state finance law and any other provision of law to the contrary, the director of the budg- et may, upon the advice of the commission- er of children and family services, authorize the transfer or interchange of moneys appropriated herein with any other state operations - general fund appropri- ation within the office of children and family services except where transfer or interchange of appropriations is prohibit- ed or otherwise restricted by law. PERSONAL SERVICE Personal service--regular ..................... 23,146,000 Temporary service ................................ 346,000 Holiday/overtime compensation ..................... 82,000 -------------- Amount available for personal service ....... 23,574,000 -------------- NONPERSONAL SERVICE Supplies and materials ........................... 520,000 Travel ........................................... 206,000 Contractual services ........................... 5,086,000 Equipment ........................................ 922,000 -------------- Amount available for nonpersonal service ..... 6,734,000 -------------- Program account subtotal .................. 30,308,000 -------------- Special Revenue Funds - Federal / State Operations Federal Health and Human Services Fund - 265 Head Start Grant Account For services and expenses related to the head start collaboration project grant program ........................................ 528,000 For additional services and expenses related to the head start collaboration project grant program in accordance with the requirements of the American recovery and
reinvestment act of 2009 (Public Law 111-5), which may include suballocation to agencies that administer or receive fund- ing from this grant. Funds appropriated herein shall be subject to all applicable reporting and accountability requirements contained in such act ........................ 6,000,000 -------------- Program account subtotal ................... 6,528,000 -------------- Special Revenue Funds - Other / State Operations Combined Gifts, Grants and Bequests Fund - 020 Grants and Bequests Account For services and expenses related to research, evaluation and demonstration projects, including fringe benefits. PERSONAL SERVICE Personal service--regular ......................... 36,000 -------------- NONPERSONAL SERVICE Supplies and materials ........................... 222,000 Travel ............................................ 15,000 Equipment ......................................... 19,000 Fringe benefits ................................... 17,000 -------------- Amount available for nonpersonal service ....... 273,000 -------------- Program account subtotal ..................... 309,000 -------------- Special Revenue Funds - Other / State Operations Combined Gifts, Grants and Bequests Fund - 020 Youth Gifts, Grants and Bequests Account For services and expenses related to studies, research, demonstration projects, recreation programs and other activities including payment for tuition, fees and books for approved post-secondary courses and vocational programs directly related to current or emerging vocations, for youth in office of children and family services facilities.
NONPERSONAL SERVICE Supplies and materials ............................ 60,000 Contractual services ........................... 2,880,000 Equipment ......................................... 60,000 -------------- Program account subtotal ................... 3,000,000 -------------- Special Revenue Funds - Other / State Operations Equipment Loan Fund for the Disabled - 307 For services and expenses related to the implementation of an equipment loan fund for the disabled pursuant to chapter 609 of the laws of 1985. NONPERSONAL SERVICE Equipment ........................................ 225,000 -------------- Program fund subtotal ........................ 225,000 -------------- Internal Service Funds / State Operations Youth Vocational Education Account - 347 DFY Account For services and expenses related to voca- tional programs at office facilities. NONPERSONAL SERVICE Supplies and materials ............................ 25,000 Contractual services .............................. 25,000 Equipment ......................................... 50,000 -------------- Program account subtotal ..................... 100,000 -------------- CHILD CARE PROGRAM ......................................... 502,694,700 -------------- General Fund / Aid to Localities Local Assistance Account - 001 The money hereby appropriated is to be available for payment of state aid hereto- fore accrued or hereafter to accrue to municipalities. Subject to the approval of the director of the budget, the money
hereby appropriated shall be available to the office net of disallowances, refunds, reimbursements and credits. Notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law, in lieu of payments authorized by the social services law, or payments of federal funds otherwise due to the local social services districts for programs provided under the federal social security act or the federal food stamp act, funds herein appropriated, in amounts certified by the state commissioner or the state commissioner of health as due from local social services districts each month as their share of payments made pursuant to section 367-b of the social services law may be set aside by the state comptroller in an interest-bearing account with such interest accruing to the credit of the locality in order to ensure the orderly and prompt payment of providers under section 367-b of the social services law pursuant to an estimate provided by the commissioner of health of each local social services district's share of payments made pursuant to section 367-b of the social services law. Notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law, the amount herein appropriated may be transferred to any other appropriation within the office of children and family services and/or the office of temporary and disability assistance and/or suballo- cated to the office of temporary and disa- bility assistance for the purpose of paying local social services districts' costs of the above program and may be increased or decreased by interchange with any other appropriation or with any other item or items within the amounts appropri- ated within the office of children and family services general fund - local assistance account with the approval of the director of the budget who shall file such approval with the department of audit and control and copies thereof with the chairman of the senate finance committee and the chairman of the assembly ways and means committee. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the money hereby appropriated, in combina-
tion with the money appropriated in feder- al block grant - 265, federal day care account, including any funds transferred or suballocated by the office of temporary and disability assistance special revenue funds - federal / aid to localities feder- al health and human services fund - 265 federal temporary assistance to needy families block grant funds at the request of local social services districts and, upon approval of the director of the budg- et, transfer of federal - 265 federal temporary assistance for needy families block grant funds made available from the New York works compliance fund program or otherwise specifically appropriated there- for, shall constitute the state block grant for child care. The money hereby appropriated is to be available to social services districts for child care assist- ance pursuant to title 5-C of article 6 of the social services law and shall be apportioned among the social services districts by the office according to an allocation plan developed by the office and submitted to the director of the budg- et for approval within 60 days of enact- ment of the budget. A district's block grant allocation, including any funds the office of temporary and disability assist- ance transfers from a district's flexible fund for family services allocation to the state block grant for child care at the district's request, for a particular federal fiscal year is available only for child care assistance expenditures made during that federal fiscal year and which are claimed by March 31 of the year imme- diately following the end of that federal fiscal year. Any claims for child care assistance made by a social services district for expenditures made during a particular federal fiscal year, other than claims made under title XX of the federal social security act, shall be counted against the social services district's block grant allocation for that federal fiscal year. A social services district shall expend its allocation from the block grant in accord- ance with the applicable provisions in
federal law and regulations relating to the federal funds included in the state block grant for child care and the regu- lations of the office of children and family services. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, each district's claims submitted under the state block grant for child care will be processed in a manner that maximizes the availability of federal funds and ensures that the district meets its maintenance of effort requirement in each applicable federal fiscal year ........ 137,362,700 For additional services and expenses of the civil service employees association, Local 1000, AFSCME, AFL-CIO to establish and operate a quality grant program for licensed group family day care home and registered family day care home providers outside the city of New York ................. 2,235,000 For services and expenses of the united federation of teachers to provide profes- sional development to child care providers including but not necessarily limited to licensed group family day care home, registered family day care home and legal- ly-exempt providers located in the city of New York, to meet existing training requirements and to enhance the develop- ment of such providers ......................... 500,000 For services and expenses of the civil service employees association, Local 1000, AFSCME, AFL-CIO to provide professional development to child care providers which shall include but not necessarily be limited to, licensed group family day care home, registered family day care home and legally-exempt providers located outside the city of New York, to meet existing training requirements and to enhance the development of such providers .................. 500,000 For services and expenses of child care services provided to children of migrant workers in programs operated by non-profit organizations under contract with the department of agriculture and markets to provide such care ............................ 1,754,000 -------------- Program account subtotal ................. 142,351,700 -------------- Special Revenue Funds - Federal / State Operations
Federal Health and Human Services Fund - 265 Federal Day Care Account Funds appropriated herein shall be available for aid to municipalities, for services and expenses related to administering activities under the child care block grant and for payments to the federal government for expenditures made pursuant to the social services law and the state plan for individual and family grant program under the disaster relief act of 1974. Such funds are to be available for payment of aid, services and expenses heretofore accrued or hereafter to accrue to munici- palities. Subject to the approval of the director of the budget, such funds shall be available to the office net of disal- lowances, refunds, reimbursements, and credits. Notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law, the amount herein appropriated may be transferred to any other appropriation within the office of children and family services and/or the office of temporary and disability assistance and/or suballo- cated to the office of temporary and disa- bility assistance for the purpose of paying local social services districts' costs of the above program and may be increased or decreased by interchange with any other appropriation or with any other item or items within the amounts appropri- ated within the office of children and family services general fund - local assistance account or special revenue funds federal/aid to localities federal day care account with the approval of the director of the budget who shall file such approval with the department of audit and control and copies thereof with the chair- man of the senate finance committee and the chairman of the assembly ways and means committee. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the money hereby appropriated including any funds transferred by the office of temporary and disability assistance special revenue funds - federal / aid to localities federal health and human
services fund - 265 federal temporary assistance to needy families block grant funds at the request of the local social services districts and, upon approval of the director of the budget, transfer of federal - 265 federal temporary assistance for needy families block grant funds made available from the New York works compli- ance fund program or otherwise specif- ically appropriated therefor, in combina- tion with the money appropriated in the general fund / aid to localities local assistance account 001, appropriated for the state block grant for child care shall constitute the state block grant for child care. Pursuant to title 5-C of article 6 of the social services law, the state block grant for child care shall be used for child care assistance and for activ- ities to increase the availability and/or quality of child care programs .............. 49,583,700 -------------- Program account subtotal .................. 49,583,700 -------------- Special Revenue Funds - Federal / Aid to Localities Federal Health and Human Services Fund - 265 Federal Day Care Account For services and expenses related to the child care block grant. Notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law, in lieu of payments authorized by the social services law, or payments of federal funds otherwise due to the local social services districts for programs provided under the federal social security act or the federal food stamp act, funds herein appropriated, in amounts certified by the state commissioner or the state commissioner of health as due from local social services districts each month as their share of payments made pursuant to section 367-b of the social services law may be set aside by the state comptroller in an interest-bearing account with such interest accruing to the credit of the locality in order to ensure the orderly and prompt payment of providers under section 367-b of the social services law pursuant to an estimate provided by the
commissioner of health of each local social services district's share of payments made pursuant to section 367-b of the social services law. Funds appropriated herein shall be available for aid to municipalities, for services and expenses under the child care block grant and for payments to the federal government for expenditures made pursuant to the social services law and the state plan for individual and family grant program under the disaster relief act of 1974. Such funds are to be available for payment of aid, services and expenses heretofore accrued or hereafter to accrue to munici- palities. Subject to the approval of the director of the budget, such funds shall be available to the office net of disal- lowances, refunds, reimbursements, and credits. Notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law, the amount herein appropriated may be transferred to any other appropriation within the office of children and family services and/or the office of temporary and disability assistance and/or suballo- cated to the office of temporary and disa- bility assistance for the purpose of paying local social services districts' costs of the above program and may be increased or decreased by interchange with any other appropriation or with any other item or items within the amounts appropri- ated within the office of children and family services general fund - local assistance account or special revenue funds federal/state operations federal day care account with the approval of the director of the budget who shall file such approval with the department of audit and control and copies thereof with the chair- man of the senate finance committee and the chairman of the assembly ways and means committee. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the money hereby appropriated including any funds transferred by the office of temporary and disability assistance special revenue funds - federal / aid to localities federal health and human
services fund - 265 federal temporary assistance to needy families block grant funds at the request of local social services districts and, upon approval of the director of the budget, transfer of federal - 265 federal temporary assistance for needy families block grant funds made available from the New York works compli- ance fund program or otherwise specif- ically appropriated therefor, in combina- tion with the money appropriated in the general fund / aid to localities local assistance account - 001, appropriated for the state block grant for child care shall constitute the state block grant for child care. Of the amounts appropriated herein, up to $216,755,000 of the state block grant for child care may be used for child care assistance pursuant to title 5-C of arti- cle 6 of the social services law. The funds that are to be available to social services districts for child care assist- ance shall be apportioned among the social services districts by the office according to the allocation plan developed by the office and submitted to the director of the budget for approval within 60 days of enactment of the budget. A district's block grant allocation, including any funds the office of temporary and disabil- ity assistance transfers from a district's flexible fund for family services allo- cation to the state block grant for child care at the district's request, for a particular federal fiscal year is avail- able only for child care assistance expenditures made during that federal fiscal year and which are claimed by March 31 of the year immediately following the end of that federal fiscal year. Any claims for child care assistance made by a social services district for expenditures made during a particular federal fiscal year, other than claims made under title XX of the federal social security act, shall be counted against the social services district's block grant allocation for that federal fiscal year. A social services district shall expend its allocation from the block grant in accord-
ance with the applicable provisions in federal law and regulations relating to the federal funds included in the state block grant for child care and the regu- lations of the office of children and family services. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, each district's claims submitted under the state block grant for child care will be processed in a manner that maximizes the availability of federal funds and ensures that the district meets its maintenance of effort requirement in each applicable federal fiscal year. Funds appropriated herein shall be subject to the amount awarded in federal grant fund- ing. Of the amounts appropriated herein, up to $43,295,300 of the funds may be available for funding to social services districts for child care assistance should addi- tional fund-265 health and human services funding be available. Of the amounts appropriated herein, up to $21,141,000 may be available for services and expenses for the operation and coordi- nation of child care resource and referral agencies. Such funds are to be available pursuant to a plan prepared by the office of children and family services and approved by the director of the budget to continue existing programs with existing contractors that are satisfactorily performing as determined by the office of children and family services, to award new contracts to not-for-profit organizations to continue programs where the existing contractors are not satisfactorily performing as determined by the office of children and family services and/or to award new contracts to not-for-profit organizations through a competitive proc- ess. Of the amounts appropriated herein, up to $3,925,000 may be available for services and expenses for the operation and coordi- nation of legally exempt enrollment agen- cies located in the city of New York. Such funds are to be available pursuant to a plan prepared by the office of children and family services and approved by the director of the budget to continue exist-
ing programs with existing contractors that are satisfactorily performing as determined by the office of children and family services, to award new contracts to not-for-profit organizations to continue programs where the existing contractors are not satisfactorily performing as determined by the office of children and family services and/or to award new contracts to not-for-profit organizations through a competitive process. Of the amounts appropriated herein, up to $1,100,000 may be available for services and expenses for the operation of infant/toddler resource centers. Such funds are to be available pursuant to a plan prepared by the office of children and family services and approved by the director of the budget to continue exist- ing programs with existing contractors that are satisfactorily performing as determined by the office of children and family services, to award new contracts to not-for-profit organizations to continue programs where the existing contractors are not satisfactorily performing as determined by the office of children and family services and/or to award new contracts to not-for-profit organizations through a competitive process. Of the amounts appropriated herein, up to $6,434,000 may be available for services and expenses of child care provider train- ing. Of the amounts appropriated herein, up to $10,240,000 may be available for services and expenses of child care scholarships education and ongoing professional devel- opment. Of the amounts appropriated herein, up to $2,000,000 may be available for services and expenses of the development and main- tenance of automated systems in support of licensing and oversight of child day care providers. Of the amounts appropriated herein, up to $586,000 may be available for services and expenses to make awards through a compet- itive grant process for start-up expenses and for the promotion of child health and
safety, including equipment and minor renovations. Of the amounts appropriated herein, up to $100,000 may be available for services and expenses for the establishment and/or operation of child care services in the state's courts. Of the amounts appropriated herein, up to $2,020,000 may be available for services and expenses of subsidy and quality activ- ities at the state university of New York including community colleges and state operated campuses. Of the amounts appropriated herein, up to $2,020,000 may be available for services and expenses of subsidy and quality activ- ities at the city university of New York, including community colleges and senior colleges. Of the amounts appropriated herein, up to $750,000 may be available for services and expenses of child care services provided to children of migrant workers in programs operated by non-profit organizations under contract with the department of agricul- ture and markets to provide such care. Of the amount appropriated herein, up to $50,000 may be available for services and expenses of conducting a market rate survey ..................................... 310,416,300 -------------- Program account subtotal ................. 310,416,300 -------------- Special Revenue Funds - Other / Aid to Localities Miscellaneous Special Revenue Fund - 339 Quality Child Care and Protection Account For services and expenses related to admin- istering the "quality child care and protection act" specifically, the provision of grants to child day care providers for health and safety purposes, for training of child day care provider staff and other activities to increase the availability and/or quality of child care programs. No expenditure shall be made from this account until an expenditure plan has been approved by the director of the budget ..................................... 343,000 --------------
Program account subtotal ..................... 343,000 -------------- COMMISSION FOR THE BLIND AND VISUALLY HANDICAPPED PROGRAM ... 43,520,000 -------------- General Fund / State Operations State Purposes Account - 003 For services and expenses of service and training programs for the blind, includ- ing, but not limited to, state match of federal funds made available under various provisions of the federal vocational reha- bilitation act and the federal randol- phsheppard act and supportive services for blind and visually handicapped children and blind and visually handicapped elderly persons. PERSONAL SERVICE Personal service--regular ...................... 1,846,000 Holiday/overtime compensation ..................... 13,000 -------------- Amount available for personal service ........ 1,859,000 -------------- NONPERSONAL SERVICE Supplies and materials ............................. 9,000 Contractual services ........................... 7,230,000 -------------- Amount available for nonpersonal service ..... 7,239,000 -------------- Program account subtotal ................... 9,098,000 -------------- Special Revenue Funds - Federal / State Operations Federal Department of Education Fund - 267 Rehabilitation Services/Basic Support Account For services and expenses related to the commission for the blind and visually handicapped including transfer or suballo- cation to the state education department. A portion of the funds appropriated herein may be suballocated to the dormitory authority of the state of New York, in accordance with a plan approved by the division of the budget, to design,
construct, reconstruct, rehabilitate, renovate, furnish, equip or otherwise improve vending stands for the blind enterprise program pursuant to an agree- ment between the commission for the blind and visually handicapped and the dormitory authority, which may contain such other terms and conditions as may be agreed upon by the parties thereto, including provisions related to indemnities. All contracts for construction awarded by the dormitory authority pursuant to this appropriation shall be governed by article 8 of the labor law and shall be awarded in accordance with the authority's procure- ment contract guidelines adopted pursuant to section 2879 of the public authorities law ......................................... 32,503,000 -------------- Program account subtotal .................. 32,503,000 -------------- Special Revenue Funds - Other / State Operations Combined Gifts, Grants and Bequests Fund - 020 CBVH Gifts and Bequests Account For services and expenses related to the commission for the blind and visually handicapped. NONPERSONAL SERVICE Supplies and materials ............................. 5,000 Contractual services .............................. 20,000 Equipment .......................................... 2,000 -------------- Program account subtotal ...................... 27,000 -------------- Special Revenue Funds - Other / State Operations Combined Gifts, Grants and Bequests Fund - 020 CBVH-Vending Stand Account For services and expenses related to the vending stand program and pension plan and establishing food service sites.
PERSONAL SERVICE Personal service--regular ......................... 49,000 Holiday/overtime compensation ...................... 1,000 -------------- Amount available for personal service ........... 50,000 -------------- NONPERSONAL SERVICE Supplies and materials ........................... 215,000 Travel ............................................. 4,000 Contractual services ............................. 598,000 Fringe benefits .................................. 470,000 Indirect costs .................................... 55,000 -------------- Amount available for nonpersonal service ..... 1,342,000 -------------- Program account subtotal ................... 1,392,000 -------------- Special Revenue Funds - Other / State Operations Miscellaneous Special Revenue Fund - 339 CBVH Highway Revenue Account For services and expenses of programs that support the blind and visually hand- icapped. NONPERSONAL SERVICE Contractual services ............................. 500,000 -------------- Program account subtotal ..................... 500,000 -------------- DEPARTMENTAL ADMINISTRATIVE REIMBURSEMENT PROGRAM ............ 6,500,000 -------------- General Fund / State Operations State Purposes Account - 003 Less reimbursement for departmental expendi- tures for administration of federal programs. Such expenditures shall be reim- bursed from the administrative reimburse- ment fund, social services income account.
PERSONAL SERVICE Personal service--regular ................... (27,990,000) -------------- Program account subtotal ................ (27,990,000) -------------- Special Revenue Funds - Other / State Operations Miscellaneous Special Revenue Fund - 339 Departmental Administrative Reimbursement Account For administration of federal programs. This amount is appropriated as an offset to the general fund - state purposes account. PERSONAL SERVICE Personal service--regular ..................... 27,990,000 -------------- NONPERSONAL SERVICE Supplies and materials ......................... 1,300,000 Contractual services ........................... 3,900,000 Equipment ...................................... 1,300,000 -------------- Amount available for nonpersonal service ..... 6,500,000 -------------- Program account subtotal .................. 34,490,000 -------------- FAMILY AND CHILDREN'S SERVICES PROGRAM ................... 1,923,709,000 -------------- General Fund / State Operations State Purposes Account - 003 Notwithstanding section 51 of the state finance law and any other provision of law to the contrary, the director of the budg- et may, upon the advice of the commission- er of children and family services, authorize the transfer or interchange of moneys appropriated herein with any other state operations - general fund appropri- ation within the office of children and family services except where transfer or interchange of appropriations is prohibit- ed or otherwise restricted by law.
PERSONAL SERVICE Personal service--regular ..................... 28,380,000 Holiday/overtime compensation .................. 2,600,000 -------------- Amount available for personal service ....... 30,980,000 -------------- NONPERSONAL SERVICE Supplies and materials ........................... 359,000 Travel ........................................... 338,000 Contractual services .......................... 12,142,000 Equipment ......................................... 65,000 -------------- Amount available for nonpersonal service .... 12,904,000 -------------- Program account subtotal .................. 43,884,000 -------------- General Fund / Aid to Localities Local Assistance Account - 001 Notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law, the amount appropriated herein, shall be available under a foster care block grant for state reimbursement of eligible social services district expendi- tures for the provision and administration of foster care services including care, maintenance, supervision, and tuition; for supervision of foster children placed in federally funded job corps programs; and for care, maintenance, supervision, and tuition for adjudicated juvenile delin- quents and persons in need of supervision placed in residential programs operated by authorized agencies and in out-of-state residential programs. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, a portion of the funds are available to reimburse social services districts for the change in the maximum state aid rates established by the office of children and family services for the 2010-11 rate year pursuant to section 398-a of the social services law and sections 4003 and 4405 of the education law to reflect the continua- tion of the cost of living adjustments that became effective April 1, 2008 for payments made to foster parents and for
salary and fringe benefit costs and other critical nonpersonal services costs for foster care programs as determined by the office. Social services districts must adjust the amount of payments made for care provided by congregate care and foster boarding home programs and to foster parents to reflect the cost of living adjustments in the manner specified by the office. Each authorized agency operating a congregate care or foster boarding home program in New York state for which the office sets a maximum state aid rate pursuant to section 398-a of the social services law or section 4003 or 4405 of the education law shall submit, at the time and in a manner to be determined by the office, a written certification, attesting that the funds received for the continuation of the cost of living adjust- ment to the maximum state aid rate that became effective April 1, 2008 for that program will be or were used solely in accordance with the requirements of the cost of living adjustment established by the office. Within the amounts appropri- ated herein, state reimbursement to each social services district for services identified herein that are otherwise reim- bursable by the state from April 1, 2010 through March 31, 2011 shall be limited to a district allocation, hereinafter referred to as the district's block grant allocation. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, such block grant allo- cation shall be based, in part, on each district's claims for such costs, adjusted by the applicable cost allocation method- ology and net of any retroactive payments for the 12 month period ending June 30, 2009 that are submitted on or before Janu- ary 4, 2010 and, in part, on such other factors as determined by the office of children and family services and approved by the director of the budget. Any portion of a social services district's allocation from funds appropriated herein not claimed by such district during the state fiscal year may be used by such district for expenditures on preventive services provided pursuant to section 409-a of the
social services law, independent living services and aftercare services provided pursuant to regulations of the department of family assistance, claimed by such district during the next state fiscal year up to the amount remaining from the district's foster care block grant allo- cation, provided however, that any claims for such services during the next state fiscal year in excess of such amount shall be subject to 98 percent of 65 percent state reimbursement exclusive of any federal funds made available for such purposes, in accordance with directives of the department of family assistance and subject to the approval of the director of the budget. Any claims submitted by a social services district for reimbursement for a particular state fiscal year for which the social services district does not receive state or federal reimbursement during that state fiscal year may not be claimed against that district's block grant apportionment for the next state fiscal year. The office of children and family services, with the approval of the director of the budget, may reduce a district's block grant allocation by the state share decrease related to federal retroactive reimbursement for such foster care services identified herein. The office, with the approval of the director of the budget, may reduce a district's block grant allocation by the state share of disallowances or sanctions taken against the district pursuant to the social services law or federal law. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the state shall not be responsible for reimbursing a social services district and a district shall not seek state reimburse- ment for any portion of any state disal- lowance or sanction taken against the social services district, or any federal disallowance attributable to final federal agency decisions or to settlement made, on or after July 1, 1995, when such disallow- ance or sanction results from the failure of the social services district to comply with federal or state requirements,
including, but not limited to, failure to document eligibility for federal or state funds in the case record; provided, howev- er, if the office determines that any federal disallowance for services provided between January 1, 1999 and May 31, 1999 results solely from the late enactment of the state legislation implementing the federal adoption and safe families act, the state shall be solely responsible for the full amount of the disallowance or sanction; provided, further, however, this provision shall be deemed to apply both prospectively and retroactively regardless of whether such sanctions or disallowances are for services provided or claims made prior to or after April 1, 2010. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, any federal disallowance resulting from a federal title IV-E eligibility review or audit that uses extrapolated statistic techniques shall be passed along by the state to any and all social services districts that the office of children and family services has determined have not complied with the title IV-E eligibility requirements or have not taken the neces- sary actions to ensure compliance with such requirements including, but not limited to, failing to: assess and fully document all the criteria and have readily available all the necessary documents to establish and continue title IV-E eligi- bility for all title IV-E eligible chil- dren within the required time frames; claim title IV-E funding only for cases that meet all of the title IV-E eligibil- ity criteria; and fully implement the social services payment system on or before April 1, 2005 for all direct and voluntary agency foster care services. Notwithstanding any law to the contrary, the office of children and family services shall impose on social services districts any federal disallowance issued against the state as a result of a federal title IV-E secondary eligibility review regard- less of the date the children may have entered foster care, the date the eligi- bility or payment errors occurred, or the filing date of any federal claims for
reimbursement; provided, however, that the state shall be responsible for the disal- lowed costs and expenditures related to the placement of children in a facility operated by the office of children and family services, which shall be determined in the same manner as the disallowed costs and expenditures for social services districts other than the city of New York. In order to reimburse the federal govern- ment for the full amount of any disallow- ance imposed on the state by the federal administration for children and families within the timeframes necessary to avoid any potential interest payments on such amount, the office of children and family services is authorized to immediately offset funds otherwise due to each district for a pro rata share of the total disallowed costs based on the percentage of applicable federal title IV-E claims made by that district for the relevant time period as compared to the total applicable statewide title IV-E claims. The amount of the offset against each district will be adjusted, if necessary, upon completion of the disallowance allo- cation process. The final allocation of the amount of any federal disallowance resulting from a title IV-E secondary eligibility review shall be allocated among the districts so that each district shall be responsible for the amount attributable to each of the district's children or cases that are determined by the federal review to be unallowable. Each district shall also be responsible for a portion of the federal extrapolated disal- lowance amount based on the relative error rate for the district. The city of New York's error rate will be based on the federal sample and federal statistics. For all social services districts other than the city of New York, the error rate will be based on a review conducted by the district of a sample of children and/or cases determined by the office of children and family services and a re-review of a sub-sample by the office of those children and/or cases determined by the office. The office of children and family services
will determine what is reasonable in establishing the size of the sample and sub-sample for each district. The office of children and family services shall notify each social services district of the sample of children and/or cases from the federal audit period that the social services district must review. Any child or case from the social services district that was included in the federal sample will automatically be included in the social services district's review sample and the determination made at the federal review regarding that child or case will govern for the purposes of the social services district's review. The social services district must complete and submit the results of its review to the office of children and family services within 60 days of receipt of the sample. The error rate for the district will be based on the findings of the district's review and the office of children and family services' re-review. If a social services district does not complete its review within 60 days of receiving the sample from the office of children and family services, the office of children and family services shall assign an error rate to the social services district based on the relative percentage of the district's applicable title IV-E claims for the relevant period as compared to applicable statewide title IV-E claims for that period and other circumstances that the office of children and family services may consider in order to allocate 100 percent of the federal disallowance. The office of children and family services shall apply each social services district's error rate to the total amount of the district's applicable title IV-E claims including associated administrative expenses. The resulting dollar amounts for all of the social services districts will be summed to derive the total amount of title IV-E claims deemed to be in error statewide. To establish a disallowance percentage for each social services district, the amount of the district's title IV-E claims deemed to be in error will be divided by the
amount of statewide title IV-E claims deemed to be in error. The resulting disallowance percentage for each district will be applied to the entire title IV-E extrapolated disallowance calculated by the federal review to determine the amount of the extrapolated disallowance for which the district is responsible. Each district will be credited for the amount already disallowed for any individual children or cases found to be in error during the federal review. The exclusive appeal rights for the review of the amount of the federal disallowance assigned to each social services district shall be pursuant to article 78 of the civil practice laws and rules; provided, however, that in any such action all of the social services districts shall be joined as necessary parties and the venue of any such action shall be in Rensselaer county. Any social services district that fails to complete its sample review in the required time frames shall have no right to appeal and shall not be a necessary party to any action brought by another social services district. The money hereby appropriated is to be available for payment of state aid hereto- fore accrued or hereafter to accrue to municipalities. Subject to the approval of the director of the budget, the money hereby appropriated shall be available to the office net of disallowances, refunds, reimbursements, and credits. Notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law, the amount herein appropriated may be transferred to any other appropriation within the office of children and family services and/or the office of temporary and disability assistance and/or suballo- cated to the office of temporary and disa- bility assistance for the purpose of paying local social services districts' costs of the above program and may be increased or decreased by interchange with any other appropriation or with any other item or items within the amounts appropri- ated within the office of children and family services general fund - local assistance account with the approval of
the director of the budget who shall file such approval with the department of audit and control and copies thereof with the chairman of the senate finance committee and the chairman of the assembly ways and means committee. Notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law, in lieu of payments authorized by the social services law, or payments of federal funds otherwise due to the local social services districts for programs provided under the federal social security act or the federal food stamp act, funds herein appropriated, in amounts certified by the state comptroller or the state commissioner of health as due from local social services districts each month as their share of payments made pursuant to section 367-b of the social services law may be set aside by the state comptroller in an interest bearing account with such interest accruing to the credit of the locality in order to ensure the orderly and prompt payment of providers under section 367-b of the social services law pursuant to an estimate provided by the commissioner of health of each local social services district's share of payments made pursuant to section 367-b of the social services law. Notwithstanding the provisions of any other law to the contrary, the office of chil- dren and family services may, on behalf of social services districts, make payments to foster boarding homes paid directly by social services districts by electronic benefit transfer, direct deposit or debit card. Local social services districts shall reimburse the office for the costs of administering such electronic benefit transfer, direct deposit or debit card payments. Notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of the social services law or the state finance law, the office of children and family services shall, on a quarterly basis, request that the office of tempo- rary and disability assistance reimburse the office of children and family services for the non-federal share of the costs of administering such electronic benefit
transfer, direct deposit or debit card payments to capture the local share of such costs. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, if a social services district fails to provide reimbursement to the office of children and family services pursuant to section 529 of the executive law within 60 days of receiving a bill for services under such section, or by the date certain set by such office for providing reimbursement, whichever is later, the offices of the department of family assistance are authorized to exercise the state's set-off rights by withholding any amounts due and owing to such district under this appropriation, up to such amounts due and owing to the state under section 529 of the executive law and transferring such funds to the special revenue other youth facilities per diem account .................................... 436,002,000 Notwithstanding any other provision of law, for suballocation to the office of mental health and subsequently for suballocation from the office of mental health to the department of health for 94 percent of 65 percent of the nonfederal share of medical assistance payments for home and community based waiver services provided in accord- ance with subdivision 9 of section 366 of the social services law as authorized by selected social services districts which choose to use preventive services funds to support such costs and to authorize the office of temporary and disability assist- ance to intercept funds otherwise due to the districts to provide the 38.9 percent local share of such preventive services expenditures ................................. 6,121,000 For services and expenses of the office of children and family services and local social services districts for activities necessary to comply with certain provisions of the adoption and safe fami- lies act of 1997 (P.L. 105-89) and chapter 7 of the laws of 1999 and chapter 668 of the laws of 2006 requiring criminal record checks for foster care parents, prospec- tive adoptive parents, and adult household members. Funds appropriated herein shall
be made available in accordance with a plan to be developed by the commissioner of the office of children and family services and approved by the director of the budget. Funds appropriated herein shall be available for 94 percent of 98 percent of one-half of the non-federal share of the national and state fees for fingerprinting foster care parents, prospective adoptive parents, and other adult household members. Notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law, and pursuant to chapter 7 of the laws of 1999 and chapter 668 of the laws of 2006, local social services districts shall reimburse the commissioner of the office of children and family services for an amount equal to 53.94 percent of the non-federal share of the cost of obtaining state and national fingerprint records. Notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law, and pursu- ant to chapter 7 of the laws of 1999 and chapter 668 of the laws of 2006, the commissioner of the office of children and family services shall, on behalf of local social services districts, make payments to the division of criminal justice services for processing of state and national criminal record checks and any other related costs. The commissioner shall ensure expenditures made pursuant to this provision reflect appropriate federal and local shares. The commissioner of the office of children and family services shall request that the commissioner of the office of temporary and disability assist- ance reimburse the commissioner of the office of children and family services in an amount equal to 53.94 percent of the nonfederal share of such payments provided that such reimbursement in payments reflects actual expenditures made on behalf of each local social services district to capture the local share of such costs. Notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of the social services law or the state finance law, the commissioner shall, on a quarterly basis, request that the commis- sioner of the office of temporary and disability assistance reimburse the
commissioner of the office of children and family services in an amount equal to 53.94 percent of the non-federal share of such fees to capture the local share of such fees. Such reimbursement shall occur on or before the one-hundred and twentieth day following the close of the preceding quarter and shall be charged among districts based on the number of children currently placed in foster care in each local social services district provided that this methodology is revised quarterly to reflect most current available data. Amounts appropriated herein may, subject to the director of the budget, be inter- changed or transferred with any other appropriation of the office of children and family services or the office of temporary and disability assistance as necessary to reimburse the state share of local social services district costs appropriated herein .......................... 1,857,000 For services and expenses for the adoption subsidy program pursuant to title 9 of article 6 of the social services law. Notwithstanding the provisions of any other law to the contrary, for state fiscal year 2010-2011 the liability of the state to social services districts and the amount to be distributed or otherwise expended by the state to social services districts pursuant to section 456 of the social services law shall be determined by first calculating the amount of the expenditure or other liability pursuant to such law after taking into consideration any other limitations on the amount of such expendi- ture or liability set forth in the state budget for such year, and then reducing the amount so calculated by two percent of such amount. The amount hereby appropriated is to be available for payment of aid heretofore accrued or hereafter to accrue to munici- palities. Subject to the approval of the director of the budget, the amount hereby appropriated shall be available to the office net of disallowances, refunds, reimbursements, and credits. Notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law, the amount herein appropriated may
be transferred to any other appropriation within the office of children and family services and/or the office of temporary and disability assistance and/or suballo- cated to the office of temporary and disa- bility assistance for the purpose of paying local social services districts' costs of the above program and may be increased or decreased by interchange with any other appropriation or with any other item or items within the amounts appropri- ated within the office of children and family services general fund - local assistance account with the approval of the director of the budget who shall file such approval with the department of audit and control and copies thereof with the chairman of the senate finance committee and the chairman of the assembly ways and means committee. Notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law, in lieu of payments authorized by the social services law, or payments of federal funds otherwise due to the local social services districts for programs provided under the federal social security act or the federal food stamp act, funds herein appropriated, in amounts certified by the state commissioner or the state commissioner of health as due from local social services districts each month as their share of payments made pursuant to section 367-b of the social services law may be set aside by the state comptroller in an interest-bearing account with such interest accruing to the credit of the locality in order to ensure the orderly and prompt payment of providers under section 367-b of the social services law pursuant to an estimate provided by the commissioner of health of each local social services district's share of payments made pursuant to section 367-b of the social services law. The amounts appropriated herein shall be available for reimbursement of local district claims only to the extent that such claims are submitted within twenty- four months of the last day of the state fiscal year in which the expenditures were incurred, unless waived for good cause by
the commissioner subject to the approval of the director of the budget. Notwithstanding subdivision 4 of section 451 of the social services law, when necessary to reflect the payment of foster care stipend increases in excess of annual cost-of-living adjustments as authorized by chapter 53 of the laws of 1987, of the amount appropriated herein, funds shall be made available to reimburse expenditures of social services districts for increased adoption subsidy payments only for adoptions finalized on or after July 1, 1987, in accordance with a plan developed by the commissioner and approved by the director of the budget. Notwithstanding subdivision 4 of section 451 of the social services law, for adoptions finalized prior to July 1, 1987, neither the office of children and family services nor the local department of social services which placed the child for adoption shall be obligated to pay an adoption subsidy payment which includes the foster care stipend increases in excess of the annual cost of living adjustment set forth in chapter 53 of the laws of 1987. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, if a social services district fails to provide reimbursement to the office of children and family services pursuant to section 529 of the executive law within 60 days of receiving a bill for services under such section, or by the date certain set by such office for providing reimbursement, whichever is later, the offices of the department of family assistance are authorized to exercise the state's set-off rights by withholding any amounts due and owing to such district under this appropriation, up to such amounts due and owing to the state under section 529 of the executive law and transferring such funds to the special revenue other youth facilities per diem account .................................... 210,127,000 For services and expenses for foster care, adult and child protective services, preventive and adoption services provided by Indian tribes pursuant to subdivision 2 of section 39 of the social services law,
after deducting therefrom any federal funds properly received or to be received. Notwithstanding the provisions of any other law to the contrary, for state fiscal year 2010-2011 the liability of the state and the amount to be distributed or otherwise expended by the state pursuant to subdivision 2 of section 39 of the social services law shall be determined by first calculating the amount of the expenditure or other liability pursuant to such law after taking into consideration any other limitations on the amount of such expenditure or liability set forth in the State budget for such year, and then reducing the amount so calculated by eight percent of such amount ....................... 2,400,000 The money hereby appropriated is to be available for payment of state aid hereto- fore accrued or hereafter to accrue to municipalities. Subject to the approval of the director of the budget, the money hereby appropriated shall be available to the office net of disallowances, refunds, reimbursements, and credits. Notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law, the amount herein appropriated may be transferred to any other appropriation within the office of children and family services and/or the office of temporary and disability assistance and/or suballo- cated to the office of temporary and disa- bility assistance for the purpose of paying local social services districts' costs of the above program and may be increased or decreased by interchange with any other appropriation or with any other item or items within the amounts appropri- ated within the office of children and family services general fund - local assistance account with the approval of the director of the budget who shall file such approval with the department of audit and control and copies thereof with the chairman of the senate finance committee and the chairman of the assembly ways and means committee. Notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law, in lieu of payments authorized by the social services law, or payments of federal funds otherwise due to the local
social services districts for programs provided under the federal social security act or the federal food stamp act, funds herein appropriated, in amounts certified by the state commissioner or the state commissioner of health as due from local social services districts each month as their share of payments made pursuant to section 367-b of the social services law may be set aside by the state comptroller in an interest-bearing account with such interest accruing to the credit of the locality in order to ensure the orderly and prompt payment of providers under section 367-b of the social services law pursuant to an estimate provided by the commissioner of health of each local social services district's share of payments made pursuant to section 367-b of the social services law. Notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law, the amount hereby appropriated shall be available for the designated purposes, less the amount, as certified by the director of the budget, of any trans- fers from the general fund to the tobacco control and insurance initiatives pool established pursuant to section 2807-v of the public health law, to reflect the state savings attributable to this program resulting from an increase in the federal medical assistance percentage available to the state pursuant to the applicable provisions of the federal social security act. The amounts appropriated herein shall be available for reimbursement of local district claims only to the extent that such claims are submitted within twenty- four months of the last day of the state fiscal year in which the expenditures were incurred, unless waived for good cause by the commissioner subject to the approval of the director of the budget. For services and expenses of medical care for foster children. The amount appropri- ated herein shall be available for trans- fer or suballocation to the department of health for the medical assistance program for such services and expenses .............. 34,600,000
For services and expenses, including local administrative costs, for providing medi- caid home and community based waiver services pursuant to subdivision 12 of section 366 of the social services law. The amount appropriated herein is subject to a spending plan approved by the divi- sion of the budget and may be available for transfer or suballocation to the department of health for the medical assistance program for such services and expenses .................................... 72,494,000 The money hereby appropriated is to be available for payment of state aid hereto- fore accrued or hereafter to accrue to municipalities. Subject to the approval of the director of the budget, the money hereby appropriated shall be available to the office net of disallowances, refunds, reimbursements, and credits. Notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law, the amount herein appropriated may be transferred to any other appropriation within the office of children and family services and/or the office of temporary and disability assistance and/or suballo- cated to the office of temporary and disa- bility assistance for the purpose of paying local social services districts' costs of the above program and may be increased or decreased by interchange with any other appropriation or with any other item or items within the amounts appropri- ated within the office of children and family services general fund - local assistance account with the approval of the director of the budget who shall file such approval with the department of audit and control and copies thereof with the chairman of the senate finance committee and the chairman of the assembly ways and means committee. Notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law, in lieu of payments authorized by the social services law, or payments of federal funds otherwise due to the local social services districts for programs provided under the federal social security act or the federal food stamp act, funds herein appropriated, in amounts certified by the state commissioner or the state
commissioner of health as due from local social services districts each month as their share of payments made pursuant to section 367-b of the social services law may be set aside by the state comptroller in an interest-bearing account with such interest accruing to the credit of the locality in order to ensure the orderly and prompt payment of providers under section 367-b of the social services law pursuant to an estimate provided by the commissioner of health of each local social services district's share of payments made pursuant to section 367-b of the social services law. The amounts appropriated herein shall be available for reimbursement of local district claims only to the extent that such claims are submitted within twenty- four months of the last day of the state fiscal year in which the expenditures were incurred, unless waived for good cause by the commissioner subject to the approval of the director of the budget. Notwithstanding subdivision 10 of section 153 of the social services law and any other provision of law to the contrary, for state fiscal year 2010-11, the amount appropriated herein shall be available for 94 percent of 98 percent of 40 percent reimbursement for local expenditures for maintenance of handicapped children placed by school districts pursuant to article 89 of the education law, except that in the case of a student attending a state-oper- ated school for the deaf or blind pursuant to article 87 or 88 of the education law who was not placed in such school by a school district such expenditures shall be subject to 94 percent of 98 percent of 50 percent reimbursement by the state after first deducting therefrom any federal funds received or to be received on account of such expenditures ................ 68,201,000 The money hereby appropriated is to be available for payment of state aid hereto- fore accrued or hereafter to accrue to municipalities. Subject to the approval of the director of the budget, the money hereby appropriated shall be available to
the office net of disallowances, refunds, reimbursements, and credits. Notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law, the amount herein appropriated may be transferred to any other appropriation within the office of children and family services and/or the office of temporary and disability assistance and/or suballo- cated to the office of temporary and disa- bility assistance for the purpose of paying local social services districts' costs of the above program and may be increased or decreased by interchange with any other appropriation or with any other item or items within the amounts appropri- ated within the office of children and family services general fund - local assistance account with the approval of the director of the budget who shall file such approval with the department of audit and control and copies thereof with the chairman of the senate finance committee and the chairman of the assembly ways and means committee. Notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law, in lieu of payments authorized by the social services law, or payments of federal funds otherwise due to the local social services districts for programs provided under the federal social security act or the federal food stamp act, funds herein appropriated, in amounts certified by the state commissioner or the state commissioner of health as due from local social services districts each month as their share of payments made pursuant to section 367-b of the social services law may be set aside by the state comptroller in an interest-bearing account with such interest accruing to the credit of the locality in order to ensure the orderly and prompt payment of providers under section 367-b of the social services law pursuant to an estimate provided by the commissioner of health of each local social services district's share of payments made pursuant to section 367-b of the social services law. Notwithstanding section 398-a of the social services law or any other law to the contrary, the amount appropriated herein,
or such other amount as may be approved by the director of the budget, shall be available for 98 percent of 50 percent reimbursement after deducting any federal funds available therefor to social services districts for amounts attribut- able to dormitory authority billings or approved refinancing of such billings which result in local social services districts' claims in excess of a local district's foster care block grant allo- cation. In addition, subject to the approval of the director of the budget, a portion of funds appropriated herein, or such other amount as may be approved by the director of the budget, shall be available for reimbursement related to payments made by a social services district to foster care providers subject to the provisions of section 410-i of the social services law for expenses directly related to projects funded through the housing finance agency for those foster care providers which also received revised or supplemental rates from the applicable regulating agency to accommodate the hous- ing finance agency payments or the refi- nancing of previously approved dormitory authority payments. Notwithstanding section 398-a of the social services law or any other law to the contrary, such reimbursement shall be available for 94 percent of 98 percent of 50 percent of social services district costs, after deducting federal funds available therefor, for those social services districts' claims in excess of a social services district's foster care block grant allocation for those amounts exclusively attributable to the previously approved revised or supplemental rates. In addition, subject to the approval of the director of the budget, a portion of funds appropriated herein may also be used for payments to the dormitory authority of the state of New York for advisory services including, but not limited to, site visits and review of applications, building plans and cost estimates for voluntary agency programs for which the office of children and family services establishes maximum
state aid rates and for capital projects for residential institutions for children seeking financing under paragraph b of subdivision 40 of section 1680 of the public authorities law, as amended by chapter 508 of the laws of 2006 .............. 6,620,000 For payment of state aid for calendar year 2010 services and expenses for programs pursuant to section 530 of the executive law for secure and non-secure detention services; provided, however, notwithstand- ing the provisions of any other law to the contrary, for state fiscal year 2010-11 the liability of the state and the amount to be distributed or otherwise expended by the state pursuant to section 530 of the executive law shall be determined by first calculating the amount of the expenditure or other liability pursuant to such law after taking into consideration any other limitations on the amount of such expendi- ture or liability set forth in the state budget for such year, and then reducing the amount so calculated by two percent of such amount. Notwithstanding any provision of law to the contrary, the amount appro- priated herein may provide for reimburse- ment of up to 100 percent of the cost of care, maintenance and supervision for youth whose residence is outside the coun- ty providing the services; provided that upon such reimbursement from this appro- priation, the office of children and fami- ly services shall bill, and the home coun- ty of such youth shall reimburse the office of children and family services, for 51 percent of the cost of care, main- tenance and supervision of such youth. The office of children and family services shall not reimburse any claims unless they are submitted in final within 12 months of the calendar quarter in which the claimed service or services were delivered. The office of children and family services may reduce or increase a county's prior years claim for reimbursement based upon a subsequent review by the office of actual expenditures for care, maintenance and supervision provided to youth in detention, to address any overpayment or underpayment of state aid to the county
for services and expenses for detention in a prior calendar year. Notwithstanding any law to the contrary, the office of children and family services may require that such claims and data on detention use be submitted to the office electronically in the manner and format required by the office. Notwithstanding any law to the contrary, the office shall be authorized to promulgate regulations permitting the office to impose fiscal sanctions in the event that the office finds non-compliance with regu- lations governing secure and nonsecure detention facilities and to establish cost standards related to reimbursement of secure and non-secure detention services. Notwithstanding section 51 of the state finance law and any other provision of law to the contrary, the director of the budg- et may, upon the advice of the commission- er of the office of children and family services, authorize the transfer or inter- change of moneys appropriated herein with any other local assistance - general fund appropriation within the office of chil- dren and family services except where transfer or interchange of appropriation is prohibited or otherwise restricted by law. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, if a social services district fails to provide reimbursement to the office of children and family services pursuant to section 529 of the executive law within 60 days of receiving a bill for services under such section, or by the date certain set by such office for providing reimbursement, whichever is later, the offices of the department of family assistance are authorized to exercise the state's set-off rights by withholding any amounts due and owing to such district under this appropriation, up to such amounts due and owing to the state under section 529 of the executive law and transferring such funds to the special revenue other youth facilities per diem account ..................................... 72,000,000 Notwithstanding section 530 of the executive law or any other law to the contrary, for
reimbursement of 49 percent of approved capital expenditures for secure juvenile detention. Such reimbursement shall be in the form of depreciation of approved capi- tal costs and interest on bonds, notes or other indebtedness necessarily undertaken to finance construction costs. Notwith- standing any provision of laws to the contrary, funding for such costs shall be limited to the amount appropriated herein. Notwithstanding any law to the contrary, the office of children and family services may require that such claims for reimbursement of capital expenditures be submitted to the office electronically in the manner and format required by the office. Notwithstanding section 51 of the state finance law and any other provision of law to the contrary, the director of the budget may, upon the advice of the commissioner of the office of children and family services, authorize the interchange of moneys appropriated herein with any other local assistance - general fund appropriation within the office of chil- dren and family services ..................... 4,606,000 For services and expenses for supportive housing for young adults aged 25 years or younger leaving or having recently left foster care or who had been in foster care for more than a year after their 16th birthday and who are at-risk of street homelessness or sheltered homelessness provided under the joint project between the state and the city of New York, known as the New York New York III supportive housing agreement. No expenditure shall be made until a certificate of allocation has been approved by the director of the budg- et with copies to be filed with the chair- persons of the senate finance committee and the assembly ways and means committee. The amount appropriated herein may be transferred or otherwise made available to the city of New York administration for children's services for services and expenses related to implementing the project ...................................... 2,137,000 For services and expenses associated with contracting for the operation of one or more long-term safe houses for sexually
exploited children. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the state's liability under subdivision 5 of section 447-b of the social services law shall be limited to the amount appropriated herein .... 3,000,000 -------------- Program account subtotal ................. 920,165,000 -------------- Special Revenue Funds - Federal / Aid to Localities Federal Health and Human Services Fund - 265 For services and expenses for the foster care and adoption assistance program, including related administrative expenses, and for services and expenses for child welfare and family preservation and family support services provided pursuant to title IV-a, subparts 1 and 2 of title IV-b and title IV-e of the federal social secu- rity act including the federal share of costs incurred implementing the federal adoption and safe families act of 1997 (P.L. 105-89); provided, however, that reimbursement to social services districts for eligible expenditures for services other than foster care services incurred during a particular federal fiscal year will be limited to expenditures claimed by March 31 of the following year. Notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law, in lieu of payments authorized by the social services law, or payments of federal funds otherwise due to the local social services districts for programs provided under the federal social security act or the federal food stamp act, funds herein appropriated, in amounts certified by the state commissioner or the state commissioner of health as due from local social services districts each month as their share of payments made pursuant to section 367-b of the social services law may be set aside by the state comptroller in an interest-bearing account with such interest accruing to the credit of the locality in order to ensure the orderly and prompt payment of providers under section 367-b of the social services law pursuant to an estimate provided by the commissioner of health of each local
social services district's share of payments made pursuant to section 367-b of the social services law. Funds appropriated herein shall be available for aid to municipalities and for payments to the federal government for expenditures made pursuant to the social services law and the state plan for individual and family grant program under the disaster relief act of 1974. Such funds are to be available for payment of aid heretofore accrued or hereafter to accrue to municipalities. Subject to the approval of the director of the budget, such funds shall be available to the office net of disallowances, refunds, reimbursements, and credits. Notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law, the amount herein appropriated may be transferred to any other appropriation within the office of children and family services and/or the office of temporary and disability assistance and/or suballo- cated to the office of temporary and disa- bility assistance for the purpose of paying local social services districts' costs of the above program and may be increased or decreased by interchange with any other appropriation or with any other item or items within the amounts appropri- ated within the office of children and family services general fund - local assistance account with the approval of the director of the budget who shall file such approval with the department of audit and control and copies thereof with the chairman of the senate finance committee and the chairman of the assembly ways and means committee ............................ 868,900,000 For additional reimbursement for services and expenses resulting from the increase in the Federal medical assistance percent- age available for the foster care and adoption assistance program provided pursuant to title IV-e of the federal social security act in accordance with the requirements of the American recovery and reinvestment act of 2009 (Public Law 111-5). Funds appropriated herein shall be subject to all applicable reporting and accountability requirements contained in
such act. Such funds are to be available for payment of aid heretofore accrued or hereafter to accrue to municipalities to the extent authorized by such act. Notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law, the amount herein appropriated may be transferred to any other appropriation within the office of children and family services and/or the office of temporary and disability assistance and/or suballo- cated to the office of temporary and disa- bility assistance for the purpose of paying local social services districts' costs of the above program and may be increased or decreased by interchange with any other appropriation or with any other item or items within the amounts appropri- ated within the office of children and family services general fund - local assistance account with the approval of the director of the budget who shall file such approval with the department of audit and control and copies thereof with the chairman of the senate finance committee and the chairman of the assembly ways and means committee ............................. 48,000,000 -------------- Program fund subtotal .................... 916,900,000 -------------- Special Revenue Funds - Federal / State Operations Federal Health and Human Services Fund - 265 Discretionary Demonstration Account For services and expenses related to admin- istering federal health and human services discretionary demonstration program grants and grants from the national center on child abuse and neglect ..................... 13,547,000 -------------- Program account subtotal .................. 13,547,000 -------------- Special Revenue Funds - Federal / State Operations Federal Health and Human Services Fund - 265 Youth Rehabilitation Account For services and expenses related to studies, research, demonstration projects and other activities in accordance with articles 19-G and 19-H of the executive
law and articles 2 and 6 of the social services law ................................. 3,336,000 -------------- Program account subtotal ................... 3,336,000 -------------- Special Revenue Funds - Federal / State Operations Federal Operating Grants Fund - 290 Youth Projects Account For services and expenses related to studies, research, demonstration projects and other activities in accordance with articles 19-G and 19-H of the executive law and articles 2 and 6 of the social services law ................................. 6,075,000 -------------- Program account subtotal ................... 6,075,000 -------------- Special Revenue Funds - Other / Aid to Localities Combined Gifts, Grants and Bequests Fund - 020 Children and Family Trust Fund For services and expenses related to the administration and implementation of contracts for prevention and support service programs for victims of family violence under the William B. Hoyt memori- al children and family trust fund pursuant to article 10-A of the social services law. Funds appropriated to the children and family trust fund shall be available for expenditure for such services and expenses herein .............................. 3,459,000 -------------- Program fund subtotal ...................... 3,459,000 -------------- Special Revenue Funds - Other / Aid to Localities Miscellaneous Special Revenue Fund - 339 Children and Family Services Quality Enhancement Account For services and expenses related to activ- ities to increase the availability and/or quality of children and family services programs. No expenditures shall be made from this account until an expenditure plan has been approved by the director of the budget ................................... 5,000,000 --------------
Program account subtotal ................... 5,000,000 -------------- Special Revenue Funds - Other / Aid to Localities Miscellaneous Special Revenue Fund - 339 Family Preservation and Federal Family Violence Services Account For services and expenses associated with the home visiting program, the coordinated children's services initiative, domestic violence programs and related programs, subject to the approval of the director of the budget .................................. 10,000,000 -------------- Program account subtotal .................. 10,000,000 -------------- Special Revenue Funds - Other / State Operations Miscellaneous Special Revenue Fund - 339 State Central Register Account For services and expenses related to admin- istration of the state central register employment screening activities. PERSONAL SERVICE Personal service--regular ........................ 106,000 Holiday/overtime compensation ...................... 5,000 -------------- Amount available for personal service .......... 111,000 -------------- NONPERSONAL SERVICE Contractual services ........................... 1,179,000 Fringe benefits ................................... 53,000 -------------- Amount available for nonpersonal service ..... 1,232,000 -------------- Program account subtotal ................... 1,343,000 -------------- SYSTEMS SUPPORT PROGRAM ..................................... 97,561,000 -------------- General Fund / State Operations State Purposes Account - 003
Notwithstanding section 51 of the state finance law and any other provision of law to the contrary, the director of the budg- et may, upon the advice of the commission- er of children and family services, authorize the transfer or interchange of moneys appropriated herein with any other state operations - general fund appropri- ation within the office of children and family services except where transfer or interchange of appropriations is prohibit- ed or otherwise restricted by law. PERSONAL SERVICE Personal service--regular ...................... 7,366,000 Holiday/overtime compensation .................... 115,000 -------------- Amount available for personal service ........ 7,481,000 -------------- NONPERSONAL SERVICE Supplies and materials ........................... 230,000 Travel ............................................ 53,000 Contractual services .......................... 11,448,000 Equipment ........................................ 239,000 -------------- Amount available for nonpersonal service .... 11,970,000 -------------- For the non-federal share of services and expenses for the continued maintenance of the statewide automated child welfare information system; to operate the state- wide automated child welfare information system; and for the continued development of the statewide automated child welfare information system. Of the amounts appro- priated herein, a portion may be available for suballocation to the office for tech- nology for the administration of independ- ent verification and validation services for child welfare systems operated or developed by the office of children and family services. Notwithstanding any provision of law to the contrary, funds appropriated herein shall only be available upon approval of an expenditure plan by the director of the budget.
PERSONAL SERVICE Personal service--regular ...................... 3,414,000 Holiday/overtime compensation ..................... 55,000 -------------- Amount available for personal service ........ 3,469,000 -------------- NONPERSONAL SERVICE Supplies and materials ........................... 143,000 Travel ........................................... 143,000 Contractual services .......................... 32,492,000 Equipment ...................................... 1,270,000 -------------- Amount available for nonpersonal service .... 34,048,000 -------------- Program account subtotal .................. 56,968,000 -------------- Special Revenue Funds - Federal / State Operations Federal Health and Human Services Fund - 265 Connections Account For services and expenses for the statewide automated child welfare information system including related administrative expenses provided pursuant to title IV-e of the federal social security act. Such funds are to be available heretofore accrued and hereafter to accrue for liabilities associated with the continued maintenance, operation, and development of the statewide automated child welfare information system. Subject to the approval of the director of the budget, such funds shall be available to the office net of disallowances, refunds, reimbursements, and credits ................. 30,593,000 -------------- Program account subtotal .................. 30,593,000 -------------- Special Revenue Funds - Other / State Operations Miscellaneous Special Revenue Fund - 339 Connections Account For services and expenses related to the statewide automated child welfare informa- tion system. Subject to the approval of the director of the budget, such funds
shall be available to the office of chil- dren and family services net of disallow- ances, refunds, reimbursements and cred- its. NONPERSONAL SERVICE Contractual services .......................... 10,000,000 -------------- Program account subtotal .................. 10,000,000 -------------- TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM ............................ 83,370,800 -------------- General Fund / State Operations State Purposes Account - 003 For the non-federal share of training contracts, including but not limited to, child welfare, public assistance and medical assistance training contracts with not-for-profit agencies or other govern- mental entities. Funds available under this appropriation may be used only after all available funding from other revenue sources, as determined by the director of the budget and including, but not limited to the special revenue funds - other office of children and family services training, management and evaluation account and the special revenue - other office of children and family services state match account have been fully expended. This appropriation shall only be available for payment of contractual obli- gations and may not be interchanged or transferred for any other program or purpose. Notwithstanding section 51 of the state finance law and any other provision of law to the contrary, the director of the budg- et may upon the advice of the commissioner of the office of temporary and disability assistance and the commissioner of the office of children and family services, transfer or suballocate any of the amounts appropriated herein, or made available through interchange to the office of temporary and disability assistance for
the non-federal share of training contracts. NONPERSONAL SERVICE Contractual services ........................... 3,289,000 -------------- For the required state match of training contracts including, but not limited to, child welfare and public assistance train- ing contracts with not-for-profit agencies or other governmental entities. This appropriation shall only be used to reduce the required state match incurred by the office of children and family services, the office of temporary and disability assistance, the department of health and the department of labor funded through other sources, provided, however, that the state match requirement of each agency shall be reduced in an amount proportional to the use of these moneys to reduce the overall state match requirement. Funds appropriated herein shall not be available for personal services costs of the office of children and family services, the office of temporary and disability assist- ance, the department of health and the department of labor and may not be trans- ferred or interchanged with any other appropriation. Funds available pursuant to this appropriation may be used only after all available funding from other revenue sources, as determined by the director of the budget, and including, but not limited to, the special revenue fund - other office of children and family services training, management, and evaluation account and the special revenue - other office of children and family services state match account have been fully expended. Notwithstanding section 51 of the state finance law and any other provision of law to the contrary, the director of the budget may upon the advice of the commissioner of the office of temporary and disability assistance and the commissioner of the office of children and family services, transfer or suballo- cate any of the amounts appropriated here-
in, or made available through interchange to the office of temporary and disability assistance for the required state match of training contracts. NONPERSONAL SERVICE Contractual services ........................... 2,313,000 -------------- For services and expenses for the prevention of domestic violence and expenses related hereto. Of the amount appropriated, $135,000 may be used to contract with the office for the prevention of domestic violence to develop and implement a train- ing program on the dynamics of domestic violence and its relationship to child abuse and neglect with particular emphasis on alternatives to out-of home-placement. NONPERSONAL SERVICE Contractual services ............................. 285,000 -------------- Program account subtotal ................... 5,887,000 -------------- General Fund / Aid to Localities Local Assistance Account - 001 For state reimbursement to local social services districts for training expenses associated with title IV-a, title IV-e, title IV-d, title IV-f and title XIX of the federal social security act or their successor titles and programs. Funds appropriated herein shall be available for aid to municipalities and for payments to the federal government for expenditures made pursuant to the social services law and the state plan for individual and family grant program under the disaster relief act of 1974. Such funds are to be available for payment of aid heretofore accrued or hereafter to accrue to municipalities. Subject to the approval of the director of the budget, such funds shall be available to the office net of disallowances, refunds, reimbursements, and credits.
Notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law, the amount herein appropriated may be transferred to any other appropriation and/or suballocated to any other agency for the purpose of paying local social services district cost or may be increased or decreased by interchange with any other appropriation or with any other item or items within the amounts appropriated within the office of children and family services - local assistance account with the approval of the director of the budget who shall file such approval with the department of audit and control and copies thereof with the chairman of the senate finance committee and the chairman of the assembly ways and means committee. The amount appropriated herein, as may be adjusted by transfer of general fund moneys for administration of child welfare, training and development, public assistance, and food stamp programs appro- priated in the office of children and family services and the office of tempo- rary and disability assistance, shall constitute total state reimbursement for all local training programs in state fiscal year 2010-11 .......................... 4,815,800 -------------- Program account subtotal ................... 4,815,800 -------------- Special Revenue Funds - Federal / Aid to Localities Federal Health and Human Services Fund - 265 For reimbursement to local social services districts for training expenses associated with title IV-a, title IV-e, title IV-d and title XIX of the federal social secu- rity act or their successor titles and programs. Funds appropriated herein shall be available for aid to municipalities and for payments to the federal government for expenditures made pursuant to the social services law and the state plan for individual and family grant program under the disaster relief act of 1974. Such funds are to be available for payment of aid heretofore accrued or hereafter to accrue to municipalities. Subject to the
approval of the director of the budget, such funds shall be available to the office net of disallowances, refunds, reimbursements, and credits. Notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law, the amount herein appropriated may be transferred to any other appropriation and/or suballocated to any other agency for the purpose of paying local social services district cost, or may be increased or decreased by interchange with any other appropriation or with any other item or items within the amounts appropri- ated within the office of children and family services federal funds - local assistance account with the approval of the director of the budget who shall file such approval with the department of audit and control and copies thereof with the chairman of the senate finance committee and the chairman of the assembly ways and means committee ............................. 19,219,000 -------------- Program fund subtotal ..................... 19,219,000 -------------- Special Revenue Funds - Other / State Operations Miscellaneous Special Revenue Fund - 339 Multiagency Training Contract Account For services and expenses related to the operation of the training and development program including, but not limited to, personal service, fringe benefits and nonpersonal service. To the extent that costs incurred through payment from this appropriation result from training activ- ities performed on behalf of the office of children and family services, the office of temporary and disability assistance, the department of health, the department of labor or any other state or local agen- cy, expenditures made from this appropri- ation shall be reduced by any federal, state, or local funding available for such purpose in accordance with a cost allo- cation plan submitted to the federal government. No expenditure shall be made from this account until an expenditure plan has been approved by the director of the budget.
PERSONAL SERVICE Personal service--regular ...................... 2,330,000 -------------- NONPERSONAL SERVICE Contractual services .......................... 37,514,000 Fringe benefits .................................. 970,000 Indirect costs .................................... 65,000 -------------- Amount available for nonpersonal service .... 38,549,000 -------------- Program account subtotal .................. 40,879,000 -------------- Special Revenue Funds - Other / State Operations Miscellaneous Special Revenue Fund - 339 State Match Account For services and expenses related to the training and development program. Of the amount appropriated herein, $1,500,000 may be used only to provide state match for federal training funds in accordance with an agreement with social services districts including, but not limited to, the city of New York. Any agreement with a social services district is subject to the approval of the director of the budget. No expenditure shall be made from this account for personal service costs. No expenditure shall be made from this account until an expenditure plan for this purpose has been approved by the director of the budget. NONPERSONAL SERVICE Contractual services ........................... 5,500,000 -------------- Program account subtotal ................... 5,500,000 -------------- Special Revenue Funds - Other / State Operations Miscellaneous Special Revenue Fund - 339 Training, Management and Evaluation Account For services and expenses related to the training and development program. Of the amount appropriated herein, the office
shall expend not less than $359,000 for services and expenses of child abuse prevention training pursuant to chapters 676 and 677 of the laws of 1985. No expenditure shall be made from this account for any purpose until an expendi- ture plan has been approved by the direc- tor of the budget. PERSONAL SERVICE Personal service ............................... 3,227,000 -------------- NONPERSONAL SERVICE Supplies and Materials ............................ 20,000 Travel ............................................ 12,000 Contractual services ........................... 1,854,000 Equipment ........................................ 100,000 Fringe benefits ................................ 1,555,000 Indirect costs ................................... 102,000 -------------- Amount available for nonpersonal service ..... 3,643,000 -------------- Program account subtotal ................... 6,870,000 -------------- Enterprise Funds / State Operations Miscellaneous Enterprise Fund - 331 Training Materials Account For services and expenses related to publi- cation and sale of training materials. NONPERSONAL SERVICE Contractual Services ............................. 200,000 -------------- Program account subtotal ..................... 200,000 -------------- YOUTH FACILITIES PROGRAM ................................... 169,208,000 -------------- General Fund / State Operations State Purposes Account - 003 Notwithstanding section 51 of the state finance law and any other provision of law to the contrary, the director of the budg-
et may, upon the advice of the commission- er of children and family services, authorize the transfer or interchange of moneys appropriated herein with any other state operations - general fund appropri- ation within the office of children and family services except where transfer or interchange of appropriations is prohibit- ed or otherwise restricted by law. PERSONAL SERVICE Personal service--regular .................... 108,460,000 Temporary service .............................. 3,542,000 Holiday/overtime compensation .................. 9,800,000 -------------- Amount available for personal service ...... 121,802,000 -------------- NONPERSONAL SERVICE Supplies and materials ........................ 10,469,000 Travel ........................................... 453,000 Contractual services .......................... 17,533,000 Equipment ........................................ 482,000 -------------- Amount available for nonpersonal service .... 28,937,000 -------------- For services and expenses related to remedi- ation or improvement of juvenile justice practices, including implementation of a New York model treatment program for youth in the care of the office of children and family services, in office of children and family services facilities and in the community. Funds appropriated herein shall be made available subject to the approval of an expenditure plan by the director of the budget. PERSONAL SERVICE Personal service--regular ..................... 13,260,000 Temporary service ................................ 433,000 Holiday/overtime compensation .................. 1,198,000 -------------- Amount available for personal service ....... 14,891,000 --------------
NONPERSONAL SERVICE Supplies and materials ......................... 1,195,000 Travel ............................................ 52,000 Contractual services ........................... 2,001,000 Equipment ......................................... 55,000 -------------- Amount available for nonpersonal service ..... 3,303,000 -------------- Program account subtotal ................. 168,933,000 -------------- Enterprise Funds / State Operations Youth Commissary Account - 324 DFY Account For services and expenses related to facili- ty commissary supplies. NONPERSONAL SERVICE Supplies and materials ........................... 155,000 Contractual services .............................. 40,000 Equipment ......................................... 80,000 -------------- Program account subtotal ..................... 275,000 --------------
CENTRAL ADMINISTRATION PROGRAM General Fund / State Operations State Purposes Account - 003 By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2002: For suballocation or transfer of up to $500,000 to the state commis- sion on quality of foster care. Notwithstanding any provision of law to the contrary, this appropriation shall only be available upon approval of an expenditure plan by the director of the budget ...... 500,000 ............................................. (re. $500,000) Special Revenue Funds - Federal / State Operations Federal Health and Human Services Fund - 265 Head Start Grant Account By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2009: For services and expenses related to the head start collaboration project grant program ... 528,000 ................... (re. $528,000) By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2008: For services and expenses related to the head start collaboration project grant program ... 528,000 ................... (re. $364,000) Special Revenue Funds - Other / State Operations Combined Gifts, Grants and Bequests Fund - 020 Youth Gifts, Grants and Bequests Account By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2009: For services and expenses related to studies, research, demonstration projects, recreation programs and other activities including payment for tuition, fees and books for approved post-secondary courses and vocational programs directly related to current or emerging voca- tions, for youth in office of children and family services facili- ties. Supplies and materials ... 60,000 ...................... (re. $60,000) Contractual services ... 2,880,000 .................. (re. $2,880,000) Equipment ... 60,000 ................................... (re. $60,000) By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2008: For services and expenses related to studies, research, demonstration projects, recreation programs and other activities including payment for tuition, fees and books for approved post-secondary courses and vocational programs directly related to current or emerging voca- tions, for youth in office of children and family services facili- ties. Supplies and materials ... 60,000 ...................... (re. $60,000) Contractual services ... 2,880,000 .................. (re. $2,880,000) Equipment ... 60,000 ................................... (re. $60,000) By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2007:
For services and expenses related to studies, research, demonstration projects, recreation programs and other activities including payment for tuition, fees and books for approved post-secondary courses and vocational programs directly related to current or emerging voca- tions, for youth in office of children and family services facili- ties. Contractual services ... 1,540,000 .................... (re. $978,000) By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2006: For services and expenses related to studies, research, demonstration projects, recreation programs and other activities for youth in office of children and family services facilities .................. 1,600,000 ........................................... (re. $925,000) Special Revenue Funds - Other / State Operations Miscellaneous Special Revenue Fund - 339 OCFS Program Account By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2008: For services and expenses related to the support of health and social services programs. Contractual services ... 5,000,000 .................. (re. $2,966,000) By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2006: Maintenance undistributed For services and expenses related to the support of health and social services programs ... 16,000,000 .................... (re. $770,000) CHILD CARE PROGRAM General Fund / Aid to Localities Local Assistance Account - 001 By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2009: The funds appropriated herein shall be available for additional services and expenses related to the state block grant for child care for the provision by social services districts of child care assistance to families in receipt of family assistance and other low income families and for activities to increase the availability and/or quality of child care programs to the extent such funds are required to meet the non-supplantation requirements to receive the additional federal child care funds made available under the Ameri- can recovery and reinvestment act of 2009 (Public Law 111-5) ....... 8,835,300 ........................................... (re. $973,000) By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2007, as amended by chapter 496, section 3, of the laws of 2008: For services and expenses for the operation and coordination of child care resource and referral agencies, pursuant to the following subschedule, provided, however, that the amount of this appropri- ation available for expenditure and disbursement on and after
September 1, 2008 shall be reduced by six percent of the amount that was undisbursed as of August 15, 2008 ... 2,032,000 .. (re. $10,300) sub-schedule Accord Corporation ................................ 94,000 Family Enrichment, Inc. .......................... 104,000 Child Care Council of the Finger Lakes ............ 78,000 Chautauqua Child Care Council ..................... 17,000 Chemung County Child Care Council ................. 48,000 Chenango County Child Care Coordinating Council ......................................... 59,000 Child Care Coordinating Council of the North Country, Inc. .................................. 106,000 Child Care Council of Columbia & Greene Counties ....................................... 115,000 Cortland Area Child Care Council .................. 61,000 Delaware Opportunities ............................ 70,000 Child Care Council of Dutchess, Inc. ............. 109,000 Child Care Coalition of the Niagara Fron- tier, Inc. ...................................... 93,000 Adirondack Community Action Programs .............. 45,000 Fulmont Community Action Agency, Child Care Resources ....................................... 65,000 Orleans Community Action Agency, CCR&R ............ 86,000 North Country CCR&R ............................... 58,000 Community Child Care Clearinghouse of Niagara ......................................... 18,000 Mid-York Child Care Coordinating Council, Inc. ............................................ 41,000 Child Care Solutions, Inc. ........................ 17,000 Child & Family Resources of Ontario & Yates Counties ........................................ 75,000 Integrated Community Planning Council of Oswego County ................................... 28,000 Catholic Charities of Delaware & Otsego ........... 80,000 Child Care Resources of Rockland, Inc. ............ 67,000 Schoharie County Community Action Program, Inc. ............................................ 57,000 Schuyler County Child Care Coordinating Council ......................................... 82,000 St. Lawrence Child Care Council ................... 32,000 Steuben Child Care Project ........................ 43,000 Sullivan County Child Care Council ................ 87,000 Day Care and Child Development Council of Tompkins County, Inc. .......................... 109,000 Southern Adirondack Child Care Network, Inc. ................................................. 88,000 -------------- Total of sub-schedule ...................... 2,032,000 --------------
Special Revenue Funds - Federal / State Operations Federal Health and Human Services Fund - 265 Federal Day Care Account By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2009: Funds appropriated herein shall be available for aid to munici- palities, for services and expenses related to administering activ- ities under the child care block grant and for payments to the federal government for expenditures made pursuant to the social services law and the state plan for individual and family grant program under the disaster relief act of 1974. Such funds are to be available for payment of aid, services and expenses heretofore accrued or hereafter to accrue to munici- palities. Subject to the approval of the director of the budget, such funds shall be available to the office net of disallowances, refunds, reimbursements, and credits. Notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law, the amount herein appropriated may be transferred to any other appropriation within the office of children and family services and/or the office of temporary and disability assistance and/or suballocated to the office of temporary and disability assistance for the purpose of paying local social services districts' costs of the above program and may be increased or decreased by interchange with any other appropriation or with any other item or items within the amounts appropriated within the office of children and family services general fund - local assistance account with the approval of the director of the budget who shall file such approval with the depart- ment of audit and control and copies thereof with the chairman of the senate finance committee and the chairman of the assembly ways and means committee. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the money hereby appropri- ated including any funds transferred by the office of temporary and disability assistance special revenue funds - federal / aid to localities federal health and human services fund - 265 federal temporary assistance to needy families block grant funds at the request of the local social services districts and, upon approval of the director of the budget, transfer of federal - 265 federal tempo- rary assistance for needy families block grant funds made available from the New York works compliance fund program or otherwise specif- ically appropriated therefor, in combination with the money appro- priated in the general fund / aid to localities local assistance account 001, appropriated for the state block grant for child care shall constitute the state block grant for child care. Pursuant to title 5-C of article 6 of the social services law, the state block grant for child care shall be used for child care assistance and for activities to increase the availability and/or quality of child care programs ... 45,356,000 .......................... (re. $38,007,000) By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2008: Funds appropriated herein shall be available for aid to munici- palities, for services and expenses related to administering activ-
ities under the child care block grant and for payments to the federal government for expenditures made pursuant to the social services law and the state plan for individual and family grant program under the disaster relief act of 1974. Such funds are to be available for payment of aid, services and expenses heretofore accrued or hereafter to accrue to munici- palities. Subject to the approval of the director of the budget, such funds shall be available to the office net of disallowances, refunds, reimbursements, and credits. Notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law, the amount herein appropriated may be transferred to any other appropriation within the office of children and family services and/or the office of temporary and disability assistance and/or suballocated to the office of temporary and disability assistance for the purpose of paying local social services districts' costs of the above program and may be increased or decreased by interchange with any other appropriation or with any other item or items within the amounts appropriated within the office of children and family services general fund - local assistance account with the approval of the director of the budget who shall file such approval with the depart- ment of audit and control and copies thereof with the chairman of the senate finance committee and the chairman of the assembly ways and means committee. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the money hereby appropri- ated including any funds transferred by the office of temporary and disability assistance special revenue funds - federal / aid to localities federal health and human services fund - 265 federal temporary assistance to needy families block grant funds at the request of the local social services districts and, upon approval of the director of the budget, transfer of federal - 265 federal tempo- rary assistance for needy families block grant funds made available from the New York works compliance fund program or otherwise specif- ically appropriated therefor, in combination with the money appro- priated in the general fund / aid to localities local assistance account 001, appropriated for the state block grant for child care shall constitute the state block grant for child care. Pursuant to title 5-C of article 6 of the social services law, the state block grant for child care shall be used for child care assistance and for activities to increase the availability and/or quality of child care programs ... 45,356,000 .......................... (re. $18,492,000) By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2007: Funds appropriated herein shall be available for aid to munici- palities, for services and expenses related to administering activ- ities under the child care block grant and for payments to the federal government for expenditures made pursuant to the social services law and the state plan for individual and family grant program under the disaster relief act of 1974. Such funds are to be available for payment of aid, services and expenses heretofore accrued or hereafter to accrue to munici- palities. Subject to the approval of the director of the budget,
such funds shall be available to the office net of disallowances, refunds, reimbursements, and credits. Notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law, the amount herein appropriated may be increased or decreased by interchange with any other appropriation or with any other item or items within the amounts appropriated within the department of family assistance, office of temporary and disability assistance and office of children and family services general fund - state operations or with the child care federal local assistance account with the approval of the director of the budget who shall file such approval with the depart- ment of audit and control and copies thereof with the chairman of the senate finance committee and the chairman of the assembly ways and means committee. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the money hereby appropri- ated including any funds transferred by the office of temporary and disability assistance special revenue funds - federal / aid to localities federal health and human services fund - 265 federal temporary assistance to needy families block grant funds at the request of the local social services districts and, upon approval of the director of the budget, transfer of federal - 265 federal tempo- rary assistance for needy families block grant funds made available from the New York works compliance fund program or otherwise specif- ically appropriated therefor, in combination with the money appro- priated in the general fund / aid to localities local assistance account 001, appropriated for the state block grant for child care shall constitute the state block grant for child care. Pursuant to title 5-C of article 6 of the social services law, the state block grant for child care shall be used for child care assistance and for activities to increase the availability and/or quality of child care programs. For the grant period October 1, 2007 to September 30, 2008 ........... 24,047,000 ........................................ (re. $6,313,000) Special Revenue Funds - Federal / Aid to Localities Federal Health and Human Services Fund - 265 Federal Day Care Account By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2009: For services and expenses related to the child care block grant. Notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law, in lieu of payments authorized by the social services law, or payments of federal funds otherwise due to the local social services districts for programs provided under the federal social security act or the federal food stamp act, funds herein appropriated, in amounts certified by the state commissioner or the state commissioner of health as due from local social services districts each month as their share of payments made pursuant to section 367-b of the social services law may be set aside by the state comptroller in an interest-bearing account with such interest accruing to the credit of the locality in order to ensure the orderly and prompt payment of providers under section 367-b of the social services law pursuant to an estimate
provided by the commissioner of health of each local social services district's share of payments made pursuant to section 367-b of the social services law. Funds appropriated herein shall be available for aid to munici- palities, for services and expenses under the child care block grant and for payments to the federal government for expenditures made pursuant to the social services law and the state plan for individ- ual and family grant program under the disaster relief act of 1974. Such funds are to be available for payment of aid, services and expenses heretofore accrued or hereafter to accrue to munici- palities. Subject to the approval of the director of the budget, such funds shall be available to the office net of disallowances, refunds, reimbursements, and credits. Notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law, the amount herein appropriated may be transferred to any other appropriation within the office of children and family services and/or the office of temporary and disability assistance and/or suballocated to the office of temporary and disability assistance for the purpose of paying local social services districts' costs of the above program and may be increased or decreased by interchange with any other appropriation or with any other item or items within the amounts appropriated within the office of children and family services general fund - local assistance account with the approval of the director of the budget who shall file such approval with the depart- ment of audit and control and copies thereof with the chairman of the senate finance committee and the chairman of the assembly ways and means committee. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the money hereby appropri- ated including any funds transferred by the office of temporary and disability assistance special revenue funds - federal / aid to localities federal health and human services fund - 265 federal temporary assistance to needy families block grant funds at the request of local social services districts and, upon approval of the director of the budget, transfer of federal - 265 federal temporary assistance for needy families block grant funds made available from the New York works compliance fund program or otherwise specifically appropriated therefor, in combination with the money appropriated in the general fund / aid to localities local assistance account - 001, appropriated for the state block grant for child care shall consti- tute the state block grant for child care. Of the amounts appropriated herein, up to $216,755,000 of the state block grant for child care may be used for child care assistance pursuant to title 5-C of article 6 of the social services law. The funds that are to be available to social services districts for child care assistance shall be apportioned among the social services districts by the office according to the allocation plan developed by the office and submitted to the director of the budget for approval within 60 days of enactment of the budget. A district's block grant allocation, including any funds the office of temporary and disability assistance transfers from a district's flexible fund for family services allocation to the state block grant for child
care at the district's request, for a particular federal fiscal year is available only for child care assistance expenditures made during that federal fiscal year and which are claimed by March 31 of the year immediately following the end of that federal fiscal year. Any claims for child care assistance made by a social services district for expenditures made during a particular federal fiscal year, other than claims made under title XX of the federal social security act, shall be counted against the social services district's block grant allocation for that federal fiscal year. A social services district shall expend its allocation from the block grant in accordance with the applicable provisions in federal law and regulations relating to the federal funds included in the state block grant for child care and the regulations of the office of children and family services. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, each district's claims submitted under the state block grant for child care will be processed in a manner that maximizes the availability of federal funds and ensures that the district meets its maintenance of effort requirement in each applicable federal fiscal year. Funds appropriated herein shall be subject to the amount awarded in federal grant funding. Of the amounts appropriated herein, up to $47,523,000 of the funds may be available for funding to social services districts for child care assistance should additional fund-265 health and human services funding be available. Of the amounts appropriated herein, up to $21,141,000 may be available for services and expenses for the operation and coordination of child care resource and referral agencies. Such funds are to be available pursuant to a plan prepared by the office of children and family services and approved by the director of the budget to continue existing programs with existing contractors that are satis- factorily performing as determined by the office of children and family services, to award new contracts to not-for-profit organiza- tions to continue programs where the existing contractors are not satisfactorily performing as determined by the office of children and family services and/or to award new contracts to not-for-profit organizations through a competitive process. Of the amounts appropriated herein, up to $3,925,000 may be available for services and expenses for the operation and coordination of legally exempt enrollment agencies located in the city of New York. Such funds are to be available pursuant to a plan prepared by the office of children and family services and approved by the director of the budget to continue existing programs with existing contrac- tors that are satisfactorily performing as determined by the office of children and family services, to award new contracts to not-for- profit organizations to continue programs where the existing contractors are not satisfactorily performing as determined by the office of children and family services and/or to award new contracts to not-for-profit organizations through a competitive process. Of the amounts appropriated herein, up to $1,100,000 may be available for services and expenses for the operation of infant/toddler resource centers. Such funds are to be available pursuant to a plan
prepared by the office of children and family services and approved by the director of the budget to continue existing programs with existing contractors that are satisfactorily performing as deter- mined by the office of children and family services, to award new contracts to not-for-profit organizations to continue programs where the existing contractors are not satisfactorily performing as deter- mined by the office of children and family services and/or to award new contracts to not-for-profit organizations through a competitive process. Of the amounts appropriated herein, up to $6,434,000 may be available for services and expenses of child care provider training. Of the amounts appropriated herein, up to $10,240,000 may be available for services and expenses of child care scholarships education and ongoing professional development. Of the amounts appropriated herein, up to $2,000,000 may be available for services and expenses of the development and maintenance of automated systems in support of licensing and oversight of child day care providers. Of the amounts appropriated herein, up to $586,000 may be available for services and expenses to make awards through a competitive grant process for start-up expenses and for the promotion of child health and safety, including equipment and minor renovations. Of the amounts appropriated herein, up to $100,000 may be available for services and expenses for the establishment and/or operation of child care services in the state's courts. Of the amounts appropriated herein, up to $2,020,000 may be available for services and expenses of subsidy and quality activities at the state university of New York including community colleges and state operated campuses. Of the amounts appropriated herein, up to $2,020,000 may be available for services and expenses of subsidy and quality activities at the city university of New York, including community colleges and senior colleges. Of the amounts appropriated herein, up to $750,000 may be available for services and expenses of child care services provided to chil- dren of migrant workers in programs operated by non-profit organiza- tions under contract with the department of agriculture and markets to provide such care. Of the amount appropriated herein, up to $50,000 may be available for services and expenses of conducting a market rate survey ........... 314,644,000 ..................................... (re. $314,644,000) The appropriation made by chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2009, is hereby amended and reappropriated to read: For additional services and expenses related to the state block grant for child care for the provision by social services districts of child care assistance to families in receipt of family assistance and other low income families and for activities to increase the availability and/or quality of child care programs in accordance with the requirements of the American recovery and reinvestment act of 2009 (Public Law 111-5). Funds appropriated herein shall be
subject to all applicable reporting and accountability requirements contained in such act. Such funds are to be available for payment of aid, services and expenses heretofore accrued or hereafter to accrue to munici- palities. Subject to approval of the director of the budget, such funds shall be available to the office net of disallowances, refunds, reimbursements, and credits. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the money hereby appropriated including any funds transferred by the office of temporary and disability assistance special revenue funds - federal / aid to localities federal health and human services fund - 265 federal temporary assistance to needy families block grant funds at the request of local social services districts and, upon approval of the director of the budget, transfer of federal - 265 federal temporary assistance for needy families block grant funds made available from the New York works compliance fund program or otherwise specifically appropriated therefor, in combination with the money appropriated in the general fund / aid to localities local assistance account - 001, appropriated for the state block grant for child care shall constitute the state block grant for child care. Notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law, the amount herein appropriated may be transferred to any other appropriation within the office of children and family services and/or the office of temporary and disability assistance and/or suballocated to the office of temporary and disability assistance for the purpose of paying local social services districts' costs of the above program and may be increased or decreased by interchange with any other appropriation or with any other item or items within the amounts appropriated within the office of children and family services general fund - local assistance account with the approval of the director of the budget who shall file such approval with the depart- ment of audit and control and copies thereof with the chairman of the senate finance committee and the chairman of the assembly ways and means committee. The funds shall be expended in accordance with the applicable provisions in federal law and regulations relating to the federal funds included in the state block grant for children care and the regulations of the office of children and family services. OF THE AMOUNTS APPROPRIATED HEREIN, UP TO $1,500,000 MAY BE MADE AVAILABLE FOR SERVICES AND EXPENSES OF THE UNITED FEDERATION OF TEACHERS TO ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A QUALITY GRANT PROGRAM FOR LICENSES GROUP FAMILY DAY CARE HOME AND REGISTERED FAMILY DAY CARE HOME PROVIDERS IN THE CITY OF NEW YORK. OF THE AMOUNTS APPROPRIATED HEREIN, UP TO $1,500,000 MAY BE MADE AVAILABLE FOR SERVICES AND EXPENSES OF THE CIVIL SERVICE EMPLOYEES ASSOCIATION, LOCAL 1000, AFSCME, AFL-CIO TO ESTABLISH AND OPERATE A QUALITY GRANT PROGRAM FOR LICENSED GROUP FAMILY DAY CARE HOME AND REGISTERED FAMILY DAY CARE HOME PROVIDERS OUTSIDE THE CITY OF NEW YORK ... 115,000,000 ............................. (re. $97,000,000) By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2008:
For services and expenses related to the child care block grant. Notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law, in lieu of payments authorized by the social services law, or payments of federal funds otherwise due to the local social services districts for programs provided under the federal social security act or the federal food stamp act, funds herein appropriated, in amounts certified by the state commissioner or the state commissioner of health as due from local social services districts each month as their share of payments made pursuant to section 367-b of the social services law may be set aside by the state comptroller in an interest-bearing account with such interest accruing to the credit of the locality in order to ensure the orderly and prompt payment of providers under section 367-b of the social services law pursuant to an estimate provided by the commissioner of health of each local social services district's share of payments made pursuant to section 367-b of the social services law. Funds appropriated herein shall be available for aid to munici- palities, for services and expenses under the child care block grant and for payments to the federal government for expenditures made pursuant to the social services law and the state plan for individ- ual and family grant program under the disaster relief act of 1974. Such funds are to be available for payment of aid, services and expenses heretofore accrued or hereafter to accrue to munici- palities. Subject to the approval of the director of the budget, such funds shall be available to the office net of disallowances, refunds, reimbursements, and credits. Notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law, the amount herein appropriated may be transferred to any other appropriation within the office of children and family services and/or the office of temporary and disability assistance and/or suballocated to the office of temporary and disability assistance for the purpose of paying local social services districts' costs of the above program and may be increased or decreased by interchange with any other appropriation or with any other item or items within the amounts appropriated within the office of children and family services general fund - local assistance account with the approval of the director of the budget who shall file such approval with the depart- ment of audit and control and copies thereof with the chairman of the senate finance committee and the chairman of the assembly ways and means committee. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the money hereby appropri- ated including any funds transferred by the office of temporary and disability assistance special revenue funds - federal / aid to localities federal health and human services fund - 265 federal temporary assistance to needy families block grant funds at the request of local social services districts and, upon approval of the director of the budget, transfer of federal - 265 federal temporary assistance for needy families block grant funds made available from the New York works compliance fund program or otherwise specifically appropriated therefor, in combination with the money appropriated in the general fund / aid to localities local assistance account - 001,
appropriated for the state block grant for child care shall consti- tute the state block grant for child care. Pursuant to title 5-C of article 6 of the social services law, the state block grant for child care shall be used for child care assistance. The funds that are to be available to social services districts for child care assistance shall be apportioned among the social services districts by the office according to the allocation plan developed by the office and submitted to the director of the budget for approval within 60 days of enactment of the budget. A district's block grant allocation, including any funds the office of temporary and disabil- ity assistance transfers from a district's flexible fund for family services allocation to the state block grant for child care at the district's request, for a particular federal fiscal year is avail- able only for child care assistance expenditures made during that federal fiscal year and which are claimed by March 31 of the year immediately following the end of that federal fiscal year. Any claims for child care assistance made by a social services district for expenditures made during a particular federal fiscal year, other than claims made under title XX of the federal social security act, shall be counted against the social services district's block grant allocation for that federal fiscal year. A social services district shall expend its allocation from the block grant in accordance with the applicable provisions in federal law and regulations relating to the federal funds included in the state block grant for child care and the regulations of the office of children and family services. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, each district's claims submitted under the state block grant for child care will be processed in a manner that maximizes the availability of federal funds and ensures that the district meets its maintenance of effort requirement in each applicable federal fiscal year. Funds appropriated herein shall be subject to the amount awarded in federal grant funding ............................ 216,755,000 ....................................... (re. $6,466,000) For funding to social services districts for child care assistance should additional fund-265 health and human services funding be available ... 47,523,000 ......................... (re. $47,523,000) For services and expenses for the operation and coordination of child care resource and referral agencies. Such funds are to be available pursuant to a plan prepared by the office of children and family services and approved by the director of the budget to continue existing programs with existing contractors that are satisfactorily performing as determined by the office of children and family services, to award new contracts to not-for-profit organizations to continue programs where the existing contractors are not satisfac- torily performing as determined by the office of children and family services and/or to award new contracts to not-for-profit organiza- tions through a competitive process ................................ 21,141,000 ........................................ (re. $5,174,000) For services and expenses for the operation and coordination of legal- ly exempt enrollment agencies located in the city of New York. Such funds are to be available pursuant to a plan prepared by the office
of children and family services and approved by the director of the budget to continue existing programs with existing contractors that are satisfactorily performing as determined by the office of chil- dren and family services, to award new contracts to not-for-profit organizations to continue programs where the existing contractors are not satisfactorily performing as determined by the office of children and family services and/or to award new contracts to not- for-profit organizations through a competitive process ............. 3,925,000 ......................................... (re. $2,081,000) For services and expenses for the operation of infant/toddler resource centers. Such funds are to be available pursuant to a plan prepared by the office of children and family services and approved by the director of the budget to continue existing programs with existing contractors that are satisfactorily performing as determined by the office of children and family services, to award new contracts to not-for-profit organizations to continue programs where the existing contractors are not satisfactorily performing as determined by the office of children and family services and/or to award new contracts to not-for-profit organizations through a competitive process ...... 1,100,000 ........................................... (re. $101,000) For services and expenses of child care provider training ............ 6,434,000 ......................................... (re. $5,676,000) For services and expenses of child care scholarships education and ongoing professional development ................................... 10,240,000 ........................................ (re. $4,647,000) For services and expenses of the development and maintenance of auto- mated systems in support of licensing and oversight of child day care providers ... 2,000,000 ...................... (re. $1,866,000) For services and expenses to make awards through a competitive grant process for start-up expenses and for the promotion of child health and safety, including equipment and minor renovations .............. 586,000 ............................................. (re. $586,000) For services and expenses for the establishment and/or operation of child care services in the state's courts .......................... 100,000 ............................................. (re. $100,000) For services and expenses of subsidy and quality activities at the state university of New York including community colleges and state operated campuses ... 2,020,000 ................... (re. $1,162,000) For services and expenses of subsidy and quality activities at the city university of New York, including community colleges and senior colleges ... 2,020,000 ............................ (re. $2,020,000) By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2007: For services and expenses related to the child care block grant. For the grant period October 1, 2006 to September 30, 2007: Notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law, in lieu of payments authorized by the social services law, or payments of federal funds otherwise due to the local social services districts for programs provided under the federal social security act or the federal food stamp act, funds herein appropriated, in amounts certified by the state commissioner or the state commissioner of health as due from
local social services districts each month as their share of payments made pursuant to section 367-b of the social services law may be set aside by the state comptroller in an interest-bearing account with such interest accruing to the credit of the locality in order to ensure the orderly and prompt payment of providers under section 367-b of the social services law pursuant to an estimate provided by the commissioner of health of each local social services district's share of payments made pursuant to section 367-b of the social services law. Funds appropriated herein shall be available for aid to munici- palities, for services and expenses under the child care block grant and for payments to the federal government for expenditures made pursuant to the social services law and the state plan for individ- ual and family grant program under the disaster relief act of 1974. Such funds are to be available for payment of aid, services and expenses heretofore accrued or hereafter to accrue to munici- palities. Subject to the approval of the director of the budget, such funds shall be available to the office net of disallowances, refunds, reimbursements, and credits. Notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law, the amount herein appropriated may be increased or decreased by interchange with any other appropriation or with any other item or items within the amounts appropriated within the department of family assistance, office of temporary and disability assistance and office of children and family services federal funds - local assistance account with the approval of the director of the budget who shall file such approval with the department of audit and control and copies thereof with the chairman of the senate finance committee and the chairman of the assembly ways and means committee. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the money hereby appropri- ated including any funds transferred by the office of temporary and disability assistance special revenue funds - federal / aid to localities federal health and human services fund - 265 federal temporary assistance to needy families block grant funds at the request of local social services districts and, upon approval of the director of the budget, transfer of federal - 265 federal temporary assistance for needy families block grant funds made available from the New York works compliance fund program or otherwise specifically appropriated therefor, in combination with the money appropriated in the general fund / aid to localities local assistance account - 001, appropriated for the state block grant for child care shall consti- tute the state block grant for child care. Pursuant to title 5-C of article 6 of the social services law, the state block grant for child care shall be used for child care assistance. The funds that are to be available to social services districts for child care assistance shall be apportioned among the social services districts by the office according to the allocation plan developed by the office and submitted to the director of the budget for approval within 60 days of enactment of the budget. A district's block grant allocation, including any funds the office of temporary and disabil- ity assistance transfers from a district's flexible fund for family
services allocation to the state block grant for child care at the district's request, for a particular federal fiscal year is avail- able only for child care assistance expenditures made during that federal fiscal year and which are claimed by March 31 of the year immediately following the end of that federal fiscal year. Any claims for child care assistance made by a social services district for expenditures made during a particular federal fiscal year, other than claims made under title XX of the federal social security act, shall be counted against the social services district's block grant allocation for that federal fiscal year. For funding to social services districts for child care assistance should additional fund-265 health and human services funding be available ... 22,528,500 ......................... (re. $22,528,500) For services and expenses for the operation and coordination of legal- ly exempt enrollment agencies located in the city of New York pursu- ant to a plan developed by the office and approved by the director of the budget to award new contracts to not-for-profit organizations through a competitive process ... 1,962,500 ......... (re. $573,000) For the grant period October 1, 2007 to September 30, 2008: For funding to social services districts for child care assistance should additional fund-265 health and human services funding be available ... 22,528,500 ......................... (re. $22,528,500) For services and expenses for the operation and coordination of child care resource and referral agencies pursuant to a plan developed by the office and approved by the director of the budget to award new contracts to not-for-profit organizations through a competitive process ... 9,893,500 ............................. (re. $4,560,000) For services and expenses for the operation and coordination of legal- ly exempt enrollment agencies located in the city of New York pursu- ant to a plan developed by the office and approved by the director of the budget to award new contracts to not-for-profit organizations through a competitive process ... 1,962,500 ....... (re. $1,962,500) For services and expenses for the operation of infant/toddler resource centers pursuant to a plan developed by the office and approved by the director of the budget to award new contracts to not-for-profit organizations through a competitive process ........................ 550,000 ............................................... (re. $4,000) For services and expenses of child care provider training ............ 3,241,500 ......................................... (re. $1,198,000) For services and expenses of the development and maintenance of auto- mated systems in support of licensing and oversight of child day care providers ... 1,500,000 ...................... (re. $1,009,000) For services and expenses to make awards through a competitive grant process for start-up expenses and for the promotion of child health and safety, including equipment and minor renovations .............. 335,000 ............................................. (re. $224,000) For services and expenses for the establishment and/or operation of child care services in the state's courts .......................... 50,000 ............................................... (re. $50,000) COMMISSION FOR THE BLIND AND VISUALLY HANDICAPPED PROGRAM
General Fund / State Operations State Purposes Account - 003 By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2009: For services and expenses of service and training programs for the blind, including, but not limited to, state match of federal funds made available under various provisions of the federal vocational rehabilitation act and the federal randolph-sheppard act and supportive services for blind and visually handicapped children and blind and visually handicapped elderly persons. Personal service--regular ... 1,830,000 ............. (re. $1,516,000) Holiday/overtime compensation ... 13,000 ............... (re. $12,000) Supplies and materials ... 9,000 ........................ (re. $9,000) Contractual services ... 7,230,000 .................. (re. $5,900,000) By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2008: For services and expenses of service and training programs for the blind, including, but not limited to, state match of federal funds made available under various provisions of the federal vocational rehabilitation act and the federal randolph-sheppard act and supportive services for blind and visually handicapped children and blind and visually handicapped elderly persons. Supplies and materials ... 10,000 ...................... (re. $10,000) Contractual services ... 6,979,000 .................... (re. $268,000) General Fund / Aid to Localities Local Assistance Account - 001 By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2008, as amended by chapter 1, section 2, of the laws of 2009: For services and expenses of Lighthouse International, Inc ........... 252,000 .............................................. (re. $13,000) Special Revenue Funds - Federal / State Operations Federal Department of Education Fund - 267 Rehabilitation Services/Basic Support Account By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2009: For services and expenses related to the commission for the blind and visually handicapped including transfer or suballocation to the state education department. A portion of the funds appropriated herein may be suballocated to the dormitory authority of the state of New York, in accordance with a plan approved by the division of the budget, to design, construct, reconstruct, rehabilitate, reno- vate, furnish, equip or otherwise improve vending stands for the blind enterprise program pursuant to an agreement between the commission for the blind and visually handicapped and the dormitory authority, which may contain such other terms and conditions as may be agreed upon by the parties thereto, including provisions related to indemnities. All contracts for construction awarded by the dormi- tory authority pursuant to this appropriation shall be governed by
article 8 of the labor law and shall be awarded in accordance with the authority's procurement contract guidelines adopted pursuant to section 2879 of the public authorities law ......................... 32,714,000 ....................................... (re. $29,893,000) For additional services and expenses related to the commission for the blind and visually handicapped in accordance with the requirements of the American recovery and reinvestment act of 2009 (Public Law 111-5). Funds appropriated herein shall be subject to all applicable reporting and accountability requirements contained in such act .... 8,000,000 ......................................... (re. $8,000,000) By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2008: For services and expenses related to the commission for the blind and visually handicapped including transfer or suballocation to the state education department. A portion of the funds appropriated herein may be suballocated to the dormitory authority of the state of New York, in accordance with a plan approved by the division of the budget, to design, construct, reconstruct, rehabilitate, renoate, furnish, equip or otherwise improve vending stands for the blind enterprise program pursuant to an agreement between the commission for the blind and visually handicapped and the dormitory authority, which may contain such other terms and conditions as may be agreed upon by the parties thereto, including provisions related to indemnities. All contracts for construction awarded by the dormi- tory authority pursuant to this appropriation shall be governed by article 8 of the labor law and shall be awarded in accordance with the authority's procurement contract guidelines adopted pursuant to section 2879 of the public authorities law ......................... 31,590,000 ........................................ (re. $8,224,000) Special Revenue Funds - Federal / State Operations Federal Block Grant Fund - 269 Rehabilitation Services/Basic Support Account By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2007: For services and expenses related to the commission for the blind and visually handicapped including transfer or suballocation to the state education department. A portion of the funds appropriated herein may be transferred or suballocated to the dormitory authority of the state of New York, in accordance with a plan approved by the division of the budget, to design, construct, reconstruct, rehabili- tate, renovate, furnish, equip or otherwise improve vending stands for the blind enterprise program pursuant to an agreement between the commission for the blind and visually handicapped and the dormi- tory authority, which may contain such other terms and conditions as may be agreed upon by the parties thereto, including provisions related to indemnities. All contracts for construction awarded by the dormitory authority pursuant to this appropriation shall be governed by article 8 of the labor law and shall be awarded in accordance with the authority's procurement contract guidelines adopted pursuant to section 2879 of the public authorities law.
For the grant period October 1, 2007 to September 30, 2008 ........... 15,335,000 ........................................ (re. $6,862,000) Special Revenue Funds - Other / State Operations Combined Gifts, Grants and Bequests Fund - 020 CBVH Gifts and Bequests Account By chapter 53, section 1 of the laws of 2009: For services and expenses related to the commission for the blind and visually handicapped. Supplies and materials ... 5,000 ........................ (re. $5,000) Contractual services ... 20,000 ........................ (re. $20,000) Equipment ... 2,000 ..................................... (re. $2,000) By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2008: For services and expenses related to the commission for the blind and visually handicapped. Supplies and materials ... 5,000 ........................ (re. $5,000) Contractual services ... 20,000 ........................ (re. $20,000) Equipment ... 2,000 ..................................... (re. $2,000) By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2007: For services and expenses related to the commission for the blind and visually handicapped. Supplies and materials ... 5,000 ........................ (re. $5,000) Contractual services ... 20,000 ........................ (re. $20,000) Equipment ... 2,000 ..................................... (re. $2,000) Special Revenue Funds - Other / State Operations Combined Gifts, Grants and Bequests Fund - 020 CBVH-Vending Stand Account By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2009: For services and expenses related to the vending stand program and pension plan and establishing food service sites. Personal service--regular ... 44,000 ................... (re. $30,000) Holiday/overtime compensation ... 1,000 ................. (re. $1,000) Supplies and materials ... 215,000 .................... (re. $213,000) Travel ... 4,000 ........................................ (re. $4,000) Contractual services ... 598,000 ...................... (re. $493,000) Fringe benefits ... 470,000 ........................... (re. $453,000) Indirect costs ... 55,000 .............................. (re. $55,000) By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2008: For services and expenses related to the vending stand program and pension plan and establishing food service sites. Supplies and materials ... 215,000 ..................... (re. $75,000) Travel ... 4,000 ........................................ (re. $1,000) Contractual services ... 598,000 ...................... (re. $393,000) Fringe benefits ... 467,000 ........................... (re. $301,000) Indirect costs ... 55,000 .............................. (re. $55,000)
By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2007: For services and expenses related to the vending stand program and pension plan and establishing food service sites. Supplies and materials ... 216,000 ...................... (re. $8,000) Contractual services ... 600,000 ...................... (re. $235,000) Fringe benefits ... 522,000 ............................ (re. $87,000) Special Revenue Funds - Other / State Operations Miscellaneous Special Revenue Fund - 339 CBVH Highway Revenue Account By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2009: For services and expenses of programs that support the blind and visu- ally handicapped. Contractual services ... 500,000 ...................... (re. $460,000) By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2008: For services and expenses of programs that support the blind and visu- ally handicapped. Contractual services ... 500,000 ...................... (re. $419,000) By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2007: For services and expenses of programs that support the blind and visu- ally handicapped. Contractual services ... 500,000 ....................... (re. $67,000) FAMILY AND CHILDREN'S SERVICES PROGRAM General Fund / Aid to Localities Local Assistance Account - 001 By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2009: Notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law, the amount appro- priated herein, shall be available under a foster care block grant for state reimbursement of eligible social services district expend- itures for the provision and administration of foster care services including care, maintenance, supervision, and tuition; for super- vision of foster children placed in federally funded job corps programs; and for care, maintenance, supervision, and tuition for adjudicated juvenile delinquents and persons in need of supervision placed in residential programs operated by authorized agencies and in out-of-state residential programs. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, a portion of the funds are available to reimburse social services districts for the change in the maximum state aid rates established by the office of children and family services for the 2009-10 rate year pursuant to section 398-a of the social services law and sections 4003 and 4405 of the education law to reflect the continuation of the cost of living adjustments that became effective April 1, 2008 for payments made to foster parents and for salary and fringe benefit costs and other critical nonpersonal services costs for foster care programs as
determined by the office. Social services districts must adjust the amount of payments made for care provided by congregate care and foster boarding home programs and to foster parents to reflect the cost of living adjustments in the manner specified by the office. Each authorized agency operating a congregate care or foster board- ing home program in New York state for which the office sets a maxi- mum state aid rate pursuant to section 398-a of the social services law or section 4003 or 4405 of the education law shall submit, at the time and in a manner to be determined by the office, a written certification, attesting that the funds received for the continua- tion of the cost of living adjustment to the maximum state aid rate that became effective April 1, 2008 for that program will be or were used solely in accordance with the requirements of the cost of living adjustment established by the office. Within the amounts appropriated herein, state reimbursement to each social services district for services identified herein that are otherwise reimburs- able by the state from April 1, 2009 through March 31, 2010 shall be limited to a district allocation, hereinafter referred to as the district's block grant allocation. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, such block grant allocation shall be based, in part, on each district's claims for such costs, adjusted by the applicable cost allocation methodology and net of any retroactive payments for the 12 month period ending June 30, 2008 that are submitted on or before January 2, 2009 and, in part, on such other factors as determined by the office of children and family services and approved by the director of the budget. Any portion of a social services district's allocation from funds appropriated herein not claimed by such district during the state fiscal year may be used by such district for expenditures on preventive services provided pursuant to section 409-a of the social services law, independent living services and aftercare services provided pursuant to regu- lations of the department of family assistance, claimed by such district during the next state fiscal year up to the amount remain- ing from the district's foster care block grant allocation, provided however, that any claims for such services during the next state fiscal year in excess of such amount shall be subject to 98 percent of 65 percent state reimbursement exclusive of any federal funds made available for such purposes, in accordance with directives of the department of family assistance and subject to the approval of the director of the budget. Any claims submitted by a social services district for reimbursement for a particular state fiscal year for which the social services district does not receive state or federal reimbursement during that state fiscal year may not be claimed against that district's block grant apportionment for the next state fiscal year. The office of children and family services, with the approval of the director of the budget, may reduce a district's block grant allo- cation by the state share decrease related to federal retroactive reimbursement for such foster care services identified herein. The office, with the approval of the director of the budget, may reduce a district's block grant allocation by the state share of disallow-
ances or sanctions taken against the district pursuant to the social services law or federal law. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the state shall not be responsible for reimbursing a social services district and a district shall not seek state reimbursement for any portion of any state disallowance or sanction taken against the social services district, or any federal disallowance attributable to final federal agency decisions or to settlement made, on or after July 1, 1995, when such disallowance or sanction results from the failure of the social services district to comply with federal or state require- ments, including, but not limited to, failure to document eligibil- ity for federal or state funds in the case record; provided, howev- er, if the office determines that any federal disallowance for services provided between January 1, 1999 and May 31, 1999 results solely from the late enactment of the state legislation implementing the federal adoption and safe families act, the state shall be sole- ly responsible for the full amount of the disallowance or sanction; provided, further, however, this provision shall be deemed to apply both prospectively and retroactively regardless of whether such sanctions or disallowances are for services provided or claims made prior to or after April 1, 2009. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, any federal disallowance resulting from a federal title IV-E eligibility review or audit that uses extrapolated statistic techniques shall be passed along by the state to any and all social services districts that the office of children and family services has determined have not complied with the title IV-E eligibility requirements or have not taken the neces- sary actions to ensure compliance with such requirements including, but not limited to, failing to: assess and fully document all the criteria and have readily available all the necessary documents to establish and continue title IV-E eligibility for all title IV-E eligible children within the required time frames; claim title IV-E funding only for cases that meet all of the title IV-E eligibility criteria; and fully implement the social services payment system on or before April 1, 2005 for all direct and voluntary agency foster care services. Notwithstanding any law to the contrary, the office of children and family services shall impose on social services districts any feder- al disallowance issued against the state as a result of a federal title IV-E secondary eligibility review regardless of the date the children may have entered foster care, the date the eligibility or payment errors occurred, or the filing date of any federal claims for reimbursement; provided, however, that the state shall be responsible for the disallowed costs and expenditures related to the placement of children in a facility operated by the office of chil- dren and family services, which shall be determined in the same manner as the disallowed costs and expenditures for social services districts other than the city of New York. In order to reimburse the federal government for the full amount of any disallowance imposed on the state by the federal administration for children and families within the timeframes necessary to avoid any potential interest
payments on such amount, the office of children and family services is authorized to immediately offset funds otherwise due to each district for a pro rata share of the total disallowed costs based on the percentage of applicable federal title IV-E claims made by that district for the relevant time period as compared to the total applicable statewide title IV-E claims. The amount of the offset against each district will be adjusted, if necessary, upon completion of the disallowance allocation process. The final allo- cation of the amount of any federal disallowance resulting from a title IV-E secondary eligibility review shall be allocated among the districts so that each district shall be responsible for the amount attributable to each of the district's children or cases that are determined by the federal review to be unallowable. Each district shall also be responsible for a portion of the federal extrapolated disallowance amount based on the relative error rate for the district. The city of New York's error rate will be based on the federal sample and federal statistics. For all social services districts other than the city of New York, the error rate will be based on a review conducted by the district of a sample of children and/or cases determined by the office of children and family services and a re-review of a sub-sample by the office of those children and/or cases determined by the office. The office of chil- dren and family services will determine what is reasonable in estab- lishing the size of the sample and sub-sample for each district. The office of children and family services shall notify each social services district of the sample of children and/or cases from the federal audit period that the social services district must review. Any child or case from the social services district that was included in the federal sample will automatically be included in the social services district's review sample and the determination made at the federal review regarding that child or case will govern for the purposes of the social services district's review. The social services district must complete and submit the results of its review to the office of children and family services within 60 days of receipt of the sample. The error rate for the district will be based on the findings of the district's review and the office of children and family services' re-review. If a social services district does not complete its review within 60 days of receiving the sample from the office of children and family services, the office of children and family services shall assign an error rate to the social services district based on the relative percentage of the district's applicable title IV-E claims for the relevant period as compared to applicable statewide title IV-E claims for that period and other circumstances that the office of children and family services may consider in order to allocate 100 percent of the federal disallow- ance. The office of children and family services shall apply each social services district's error rate to the total amount of the district's applicable title IV-E claims including associated admin- istrative expenses. The resulting dollar amounts for all of the social services districts will be summed to derive the total amount of title IV-E claims deemed to be in error statewide. To establish a
disallowance percentage for each social services district, the amount of the district's title IV-E claims deemed to be in error will be divided by the amount of statewide title IV-E claims deemed to be in error. The resulting disallowance percentage for each district will be applied to the entire title IV-E extrapolated disallowance calculated by the federal review to determine the amount of the extrapolated disallowance for which the district is responsible. Each district will be credited for the amount already disallowed for any individual children or cases found to be in error during the federal review. The exclusive appeal rights for the review of the amount of the federal disallowance assigned to each social services district shall be pursuant to article 78 of the civil practice laws and rules; provided, however, that in any such action all of the social services districts shall be joined as necessary parties and the venue of any such action shall be in Rens- selaer county. Any social services district that fails to complete its sample review in the required time frames shall have no right to appeal and shall not be a necessary party to any action brought by another social services district. The money hereby appropriated is to be available for payment of state aid heretofore accrued or hereafter to accrue to municipalities. Subject to the approval of the director of the budget, the money hereby appropriated shall be available to the office net of disal- lowances, refunds, reimbursements, and credits. Notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law, the amount herein appropriated may be transferred to any other appropriation within the office of children and family services and/or the office of temporary and disability assistance and/or suballocated to the office of temporary and disability assistance for the purpose of paying local social services districts' costs of the above program and may be increased or decreased by interchange with any other appropriation or with any other item or items within the amounts appropriated within the office of children and family services general fund - local assistance account with the approval of the director of the budget who shall file such approval with the depart- ment of audit and control and copies thereof with the chairman of the senate finance committee and the chairman of the assembly ways and means committee. Notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law, in lieu of payments authorized by the social services law, or payments of federal funds otherwise due to the local social services districts for programs provided under the federal social security act or the federal food stamp act, funds herein appropriated, in amounts certified by the state comptroller or the state commissioner of health as due from local social services districts each month as their share of payments made pursuant to section 367-b of the social services law may be set aside by the state comptroller in an interest bearing account with such interest accruing to the credit of the locality in order to ensure the orderly and prompt payment of providers under section 367-b of the social services law pursuant to an estimate provided by the commissioner of health of each local social services
district's share of payments made pursuant to section 367-b of the social services law ... 436,002,000 ................. (re. $500,000) Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the amount appropriated herein shall be available to reimburse for 98 percent of 65 percent of eligible social services district expenditures that are claimed by March 31, 2010 for those community preventive services provided from October 1, 2008 through September 30, 2009 at a cost that does not exceed the cost that was in effect on October 1, 2008 and that a social services district can demonstrate had been approved by the office of children and family services on or before October 1, 2008; provided, however, that should insufficient funds be available to provide state reimbursement for 98 percent of 65 percent of such costs, reimbursement shall be made proportionally to each district based on the percentage of their total eligible claims to the amount appropriated; and, provided further, however, that if the amount appropriated exceeds the amount of funds necessary to reimburse 98 percent of 65 percent of the eligible social services district expenditures, the office may, to the extent funds are available, provide reimbursement for 98 percent of 65 percent of eligible social services district expenditures for new community preventive services programs approved by the office and only up to the amounts approved by the office. A local social services district seeking federal and/or state reimbursement for community preventive services provided on or after October 1, 2008 must submit claims that sepa- rately identify the costs of such services in a form and manner and at such times as are required by the department of family assistance and must submit to the office of children and family services infor- mation regarding the outcomes of such services in a form and manner and at such times as required by the office. Funds appropriated herein are supported by savings resulting from the increased Federal Medical Assistance Percentage (FMAP) provided pursuant to the Ameri- can recovery and reinvestment act of 2009 .......................... 29,105,000 ....................................... (re. $29,105,000) For state aid to reimburse 100 percent of social services district expenditures related to the improvement of staff to client ratios in the local district child protective workforce including, but not limited to new hiring to increase the number of caseworkers and to increase the number of supervisory staff in the local district child protective workforce. Each social services district receiving these funds shall certify that the district will not be using these funds to supplant other state and local funds and that the district will not submit claims for reimbursement under this appropriation for the same type and level of funding so certified; provided, however, that a district may use these funds for expenditures to continue or expand activities that were funded with last year's appropriation that was enacted for this purpose. Funds appropriated herein are supported by savings resulting from the increased Federal Medical Assistance Percentage (FMAP) provided pursuant to the American recovery and reinvestment act of 2009 .............................. 1,682,600 ......................................... (re. $1,606,000)
For the continuation of the demonstration project, established pursu- ant to part G of chapter 58 of the laws of 2006, as amended, in the districts selected by the office of children and family services to determine the best practices needed to improve the workload of the child protective workforce including, but not limited to, the purchase of new information technology that permits caseworkers to work from field locations, and other eligible non-personal services expenses, subject to an expenditure plan approved by the office of children and family services ... 940,000 ............ (re. $940,000) Notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law, subject to an expenditure plan approved by the director of the budget, for eligi- ble services and expenses of improving the quality of child welfare services that may include, but not be limited to, training to mandated reporters regarding the proper identification of and response to signs of child abuse and neglect, public information programs and services that advance a zero tolerance campaign of child abuse and neglect, and demonstration projects to test models for new or targeted expansion of services beyond the level currently funded by local social services districts including continuing to contract with existing providers that are performing satisfactorily ... 3,592,700 ..................................... (re. $3,592,700) For services and expenses of the office of children and family services and local social services districts for activities neces- sary to comply with certain provisions of the adoption and safe families act of 1997 (P.L. 105-89) and chapter 7 of the laws of 1999 and chapter 668 of the laws of 2006 requiring criminal record checks for foster care parents, prospective adoptive parents, and adult household members. Funds appropriated herein shall be made available in accordance with a plan to be developed by the commissioner of the office of children and family services and approved by the director of the budget. Funds appropriated herein shall be available for 94 percent of 98 percent of one-half of the non-federal share of the national and state fees for fingerprinting foster care parents, prospective adoptive parents, and other adult household members. Notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law, and pursuant to chapter 7 of the laws of 1999 and chapter 668 of the laws of 2006, local social services districts shall reimburse the commissioner of the office of children and family services for an amount equal to 53.94 percent of the non-federal share of the cost of obtaining state and national fingerprint records. Notwithstanding any incon- sistent provision of law, and pursuant to chapter 7 of the laws of 1999 and chapter 668 of the laws of 2006, the commissioner of the office of children and family services shall, on behalf of local social services districts, make payments to the division of criminal justice services for processing of state and national criminal record checks and any other related costs. The commissioner shall ensure expenditures made pursuant to this provision reflect appro- priate federal and local shares. The commissioner of the office of children and family services shall request that the commissioner of the office of temporary and disability assistance reimburse the commissioner of the office of children and family services in an
amount equal to 53.94 percent of the nonfederal share of such payments provided that such reimbursement in payments reflects actu- al expenditures made on behalf of each local social services district to capture the local share of such costs. Notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of the social services law or the state finance law, the commissioner shall, on a quarterly basis, request that the commissioner of the office of temporary and disability assistance reimburse the commissioner of the office of children and family services in an amount equal to 53.94 percent of the non-federal share of such fees to capture the local share of such fees. Such reimbursement shall occur on or before the one- hundred and twentieth day following the close of the preceding quar- ter and shall be charged among districts based on the number of children currently placed in foster care in each local social services district provided that this methodology is revised quarter- ly to reflect most current available data. Amounts appropriated herein may, subject to the director of the budget, be interchanged or transferred with any other appropriation of the office of chil- dren and family services or the office of temporary and disability assistance as necessary to reimburse the state share of local social services district costs appropriated herein ........................ 1,857,000 ......................................... (re. $1,857,000) For services and expenses for foster care, adult and child protective services, preventive and adoption services provided by Indian tribes pursuant to subdivision 2 of section 39 of the social services law, after deducting therefrom any federal funds properly received or to be received. Notwithstanding the provisions of any other law to the contrary, for state fiscal year 2009-2010 the liability of the state and the amount to be distributed or otherwise expended by the state pursuant to subdivision 2 of section 39 of the social services law shall be determined by first calculating the amount of the expendi- ture or other liability pursuant to such law after taking into consideration any other limitations on the amount of such expendi- ture or liability set forth in the State budget for such year, and then reducing the amount so calculated by eight percent of such amount ... 1,882,000 .............................. (re. $1,047,000) For services and expenses of certain child fatality review teams approved by the office of children and family services for the purposes of investigating and/or reviewing the death of children ... 921,200 ............................................. (re. $921,200) For services and expenses, including local administrative costs, for providing medicaid home and community based waiver services pursuant to subdivision 12 of section 366 of the social services law. The amount appropriated herein is subject to a spending plan approved by the division of the budget and may be available for transfer or suballocation to the department of health for the medical assistance program for such services and expenses ............................. 31,067,000 ....................................... (re. $31,067,000) The money hereby appropriated is to be available for payment of state aid heretofore accrued or hereafter to accrue to municipalities. Subject to the approval of the director of the budget, the money
hereby appropriated shall be available to the office net of disal- lowances, refunds, reimbursements, and credits. Notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law, the amount herein appropriated may be transferred to any other appropriation within the office of children and family services and/or the office of temporary and disability assistance and/or suballocated to the office of temporary and disability assistance for the purpose of paying local social services districts' costs of the above program and may be increased or decreased by interchange with any other appropriation or with any other item or items within the amounts appropriated within the office of children and family services general fund - local assistance account with the approval of the director of the budget who shall file such approval with the depart- ment of audit and control and copies thereof with the chairman of the senate finance committee and the chairman of the assembly ways and means committee. Notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law, in lieu of payments authorized by the social services law, or payments of federal funds otherwise due to the local social services districts for programs provided under the federal social security act or the federal food stamp act, funds herein appropriated, in amounts certified by the state commissioner or the state commissioner of health as due from local social services districts each month as their share of payments made pursuant to section 367-b of the social services law may be set aside by the state comptroller in an interest-bearing account with such interest accruing to the credit of the locality in order to ensure the orderly and prompt payment of providers under section 367-b of the social services law pursuant to an estimate provided by the commissioner of health of each local social services district's share of payments made pursuant to section 367-b of the social services law. Notwithstanding section 398-a of the social services law or any other law to the contrary, the amount appropriated herein, or such other amount as may be approved by the director of the budget, shall be available for 98 percent of 50 percent reimbursement after deducting any federal funds available therefor to social services districts for amounts attributable to dormitory authority billings or approved refinancing of such billings which result in local social services districts' claims in excess of a local district's foster care block grant allocation. In addition, subject to the approval of the direc- tor of the budget, a portion of funds appropriated herein, or such other amount as may be approved by the director of the budget, shall be available for reimbursement related to payments made by a social services district to foster care providers subject to the provisions of section 410-i of the social services law for expenses directly related to projects funded through the housing finance agency for those foster care providers which also received revised or supple- mental rates from the applicable regulating agency to accommodate the housing finance agency payments or the refinancing of previously approved dormitory authority payments.
Notwithstanding section 398-a of the social services law or any other law to the contrary, such reimbursement shall be available for 94 percent of 98 percent of 50 percent of social services district costs, after deducting federal funds available therefor, for those social services districts' claims in excess of a social services district's foster care block grant allocation for those amounts exclusively attributable to the previously approved revised or supplemental rates. In addition, subject to the approval of the director of the budget, a portion of funds appropriated herein may also be used for payments to the dormitory authority of the state of New York for advisory services including, but not limited to, site visits and review of applications, building plans and cost estimates for voluntary agency programs for which the office of children and family services establishes maximum state aid rates and for capital projects for residential institutions for children seeking financing under paragraph b of subdivision 40 of section 1680 of the public authorities law, as amended by chapter 508 of the laws of 2006 ..... 6,620,000 ......................................... (re. $6,620,000) For payment of state aid for calendar year 2009 services and expenses for programs pursuant to section 530 of the executive law for secure and non-secure detention services; provided, however, notwithstand- ing the provisions of any other law to the contrary, for state fiscal year 2009-2010 the liability of the state and the amount to be distributed or otherwise expended by the state pursuant to section 530 of the executive law shall be determined by first calcu- lating the amount of the expenditure or other liability pursuant to such law after taking into consideration any other limitations on the amount of such expenditure or liability set forth in the state budget for such year, and then reducing the amount so calculated by two percent of such amount. Notwithstanding any provision of law to the contrary, the amount appropriated herein may provide for reimbursement of up to 100 percent of the cost of care, maintenance and supervision for youth whose residence is outside the county providing the services; provided that upon such reimbursement from this appropriation, the office of children and family services shall bill, and the home county of such youth shall reimburse the office of children and family services, for 51 percent of the cost of care, maintenance and supervision of such youth. The office of children and family services shall not reimburse any claims unless they are submitted in final within 12 months of the calendar quarter in which the claimed service or services were delivered. The office of chil- dren and family services may reduce or increase a county's prior years claim for reimbursement based upon a subsequent review by the office of actual expenditures for care, maintenance and supervision provided to youth in detention, to address any overpayment or under- payment of state aid to the county for services and expenses for detention in a prior calendar year. Notwithstanding any law to the contrary, the office of children and family services may require that such claims and data on detention use be submitted to the office electronically in the manner and format required by the office.
Notwithstanding any law to the contrary, the office shall be author- ized to promulgate regulations permitting the office to impose fiscal sanctions in the event that the office finds non-compliance with regulations governing secure and nonsecure detention facilities and to establish cost standards related to reimbursement of secure and non-secure detention services. Notwithstanding section 51 of the state finance law and any other provision of law to the contrary, the director of the budget may, upon the advice of the commissioner of the office of children and family services, authorize the transfer or interchange of moneys appropriated herein with any other local assistance - general fund appropriation within the office of children and family services except where transfer or interchange of appropriation is prohibited or otherwise restricted by law ... 68,000,000 .... (re. $44,072,000) Notwithstanding any other provision of law, for services and expenses to initiate and/or continue program modifications and/or to provide services including, but not limited to, demonstrate effective programs such as evidence-based initiatives for alternatives to detention for persons alleged or determined to be in need of super- vision or otherwise at risk of placement in the juvenile justice system and for services and expenses related to reducing office of children and family services institutional placements through program modifications and/or services including, but not limited to, mental health and substance abuse programs, demonstrated effective programs such as evidence-based initiatives to divert youth at-risk of placement with the office of children and family services and/or as alternatives to residential placements with such office. Notwith- standing any other provision of law to the contrary, the office may authorize one or more demonstration projects to co-locate respite beds for youth alleged or at risk of juvenile delinquency in a runa- way and homeless youth program ..................................... 2,460,762 ......................................... (re. $2,460,762) Notwithstanding section 530 of the executive law or any other law to the contrary, for reimbursement of 49 percent of approved capital expenditures for secure juvenile detention. Such reimbursement shall be in the form of depreciation of approved capital costs and inter- est on bonds, notes or other indebtedness necessarily undertaken to finance construction costs. Notwithstanding any provision of laws to the contrary, funding for such costs shall be limited to the amount appropriated herein. Notwithstanding any law to the contrary, the office of children and family services may require that such claims for reimbursement of capital expenditures be submitted to the office electronically in the manner and format required by the office. Notwithstanding section 51 of the state finance law and any other provision of law to the contrary, the director of the budget may, upon the advice of the commissioner of the office of children and family services, authorize the interchange of moneys appropriated herein with any other local assistance - general fund appropriation within the office of children and family services .................. 4,606,000 ......................................... (re. $4,606,000)
For services and expenses provided by local probation departments, for the post-placement care of youth leaving a youth residential facili- ty and for services and expenses of the office of children and fami- ly services related to community-based programs for youth in the care of the office of children and family services which may include but not be limited to multi-systemic therapy, family functional therapy and/or functional therapeutic foster care, and electronic monitoring. Funds appropriated herein shall be made available subject to the approval of an expenditure plan by the director of the budget ...... 692,600 ............................................. (re. $692,600) For additional services and expenses provided by local probation departments, for the post-placement care of youth leaving a youth residential facility and for services and expenses of the office of children and family services related to community-based programs for youth in the care of the office of children and family services which may include but not be limited to multi-systemic therapy, family functional therapy and/or functional therapeutic foster care, and electronic monitoring. Funds appropriated herein shall be made available subject to the approval of an expenditure plan by the director of the budget ... 230,736 .................. (re. $230,736) For services and expenses of kinship care programs. Such funds are available pursuant to a plan prepared by the office of children and family services and approved by the director of the budget to continue or expand existing programs with existing contractors that are satisfactorily performing as determined by the office of chil- dren and family services, to award new contracts to continue programs where the existing contractors are not satisfactorily performing as determined by the office of children and family services and/or award new contracts through a competitive process ... 752,700 ......................................... (re. $752,700) For services and expenses of the William B. Hoyt memorial children and family trust fund, for prevention and support service programs for victims of family violence pursuant to article 10-A of the social services law. Funds appropriated herein may be transferred to the office of children and family services miscellaneous special revenue fund, children and family trust fund ............................... 1,381,800 ......................................... (re. $1,381,800) For services and expenses for supportive housing for young adults aged 25 years or younger leaving or having recently left foster care or who had been in foster care for more than a year after their 16th birthday and who are at-risk of street homelessness or sheltered homelessness provided under the joint project between the state and the city of New York, known as the New York New York III supportive housing agreement. No expenditure shall be made until a certificate of allocation has been approved by the director of the budget with copies to be filed with the chairpersons of the senate finance committee and the assembly ways and means committee. The amount appropriated herein may be transferred or otherwise made available to the city of New York administration for children's services for
services and expenses related to implementing the project .......... 854,000 ............................................. (re. $854,000) For services and expenses for supportive housing for young adults aged 25 years or younger leaving or having recently left foster care or who had been in foster care for more than a year after their 16th birthday and who are at-risk of street homelessness or sheltered homelessness provided under the joint project between the state and the city of New York, known as the New York New York III supportive housing agreement. No expenditure shall be made until a certificate of allocation has been approved by the director of the budget with copies to be filed with the chairpersons of the senate finance committee and the assembly ways and means committee. The amount appropriated herein may be transferred or otherwise made available to the city of New York administration for children's services for services and expenses related to implementing the project. Funds appropriated herein are supported by savings resulting from the increased Federal Medical Assistance Percentage (FMAP) provided pursuant to the American recovery and reinvestment act of 2009 ..... 1,283,000 ......................................... (re. $1,283,000) For services and expenses of the Catholic Family Center in Rochester to establish and operate a statewide kinship information and refer- ral network ... 245,000 ............................. (re. $245,000) For services and expenses related to the settlement house program .... 1,000,000 ......................................... (re. $1,000,000) For services and expenses related to the settlement house program, notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law to the contrary, funds shall be available for the statewide settlement house program to provide a comprehensive range of services to residents of neigh- borhoods they serve pursuant to the following sub-schedule ......... 1,347,891 ......................................... (re. $1,347,891) sub-schedule Baden ............................... 47,598 Booker T. Washington Community Center .......................... 12,742 CAMBA ............................... 23,622 Carver .............................. 19,622 Chinese-American .................... 35,608 Citizens Advice Bureau .............. 26,726 Claremont ........................... 73,650 Community Place/Rochester ........... 34,954 Cypress Hills Local Development ..... 23,624 Dunbar Association .................. 12,740 East Side House ..................... 25,394 Educational Alliance ................ 72,108 Goddard Riverside ................... 72,022 Grand Street ........................ 61,364 Greenwich House ..................... 24,062 Hamilton Madison .................... 36,672 Hartley House ....................... 24,950
Henry St. Settlement ................ 69,802 Hudson Guild ........................ 27,170 Huntington Family Guild ............. 12,742 Stanley Isaacs ...................... 24,950 Kingsbridge Heights ................. 32,056 Lenox Hill Neighborhood ............. 34,274 Lincoln Square Neighborhood ......... 24,950 Montgomery Neighborhood Center ...... 12,742 Mosholu Montefiore .................. 24,950 Neighborhood Center of Utica ........ 12,742 Queens Community .................... 27,170 Jacob A. Riis ....................... 24,950 Riverdale Neighborhood House ........ 24,950 St. Matthew's/St. Timothy ........... 24,950 St. Nicholas Neighborhood Preservation ...................... 23,622 SCAN NY ............................. 27,169 School Settlement ................... 27,169 Shorefront YM-YMHA .................. 23,624 Southeast Bronx .................... 102,659 Sunnyside Community ................. 24,949 Syracuse Model Neighborhood ......... 12,742 Trinity Institution ................. 12,740 Union Settlement .................... 27,169 United Community Centers ............ 23,585 University Settlement ............... 36,607 For developing and implementation of a new subsidized kinship guardi- anship program consistent with the federal fostering connections to success and increasing adoptions act of 2008 (P.L. 110-351) ........ 100,000 ............................................. (re. $100,000) By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2009, as amended by chapter 502, section 2, of the laws of 2009: For state aid grants to support contractual agreements with community- based programs for children, youth and families, in order to provide services that meet the needs of families and enhance the safety and stability of children and youth in their homes and contractual agreements with non-for-profits to enhance the assessment of the need for, and provision of services to, victims of domestic violence that are involved in child protective services cases. Such funds are available to continue or expand existing programs with existing contractors that are satisfactorily performing services, to award new contracts to continue programs where existing contractors are not satisfactorily performing as determined by the office of chil- dren and family services, and/or award new contracts through a competitive process; provided, however, that the amount of this appropriation available for expenditure and disbursement on and after November 1, 2009 shall be reduced by 12.5 percent of the amount that was undisbursed as of November 1, 2009 ................. 4,934,100 ......................................... (re. $4,315,000)
For services and expenses of certain local or regional multidiscipli- nary child abuse investigation teams approved by the office of chil- dren and family services for the purpose of investigating reports of suspected child abuse or maltreatment and for new and established child advocacy centers; provided, however, that the amount of this appropriation available for expenditure and disbursement on and after November 1, 2009 shall be reduced by 12.5 percent of the amount that was undisbursed as of November 1, 2009 ................. 5,811,000 ......................................... (re. $4,955,000) Of the amount appropriated herein, $23,605,938 shall be available as follows; provided, however, that the amount of this appropriation available for expenditure and disbursement on and after November 1, 2009 shall be reduced by 12.5 percent of the amount that was undis- bursed as of November 1, 2009: For services and expenses related to locally operated youth develop- ment and delinquency prevention programs. No expenditure shall be made from this appropriation until a plan has been approved by the director of the budget and a certificate of approval allocating these funds has been issued by the director of the budget. Notwithstanding the provisions of section 420 of the executive law which would require expenditure of state aid for youth programs in a total amount greater than the amount appropriated, for payment of state aid for programs pursuant to article 19-A of the executive law, for delinquency prevention and youth development. Notwith- standing the provisions of section 420 of the executive law, eligi- bility for state aid reimbursement for counties which do not partic- ipate in the county comprehensive planning process shall be determined as follows: the aggregate amount of state aid for recre- ation, youth service and similar projects to a county and munici- palities within such county shall not exceed $2,750 of which no more than $1,450 may be used for recreation projects, per 1,000 youths residing in the county based on a single count of such youths as shown by the last published federal census for the county certified in the same manner as provided by section 54 of the state finance law. The office shall not reimburse any claims unless they are submitted within 12 months of the project year in which the expendi- ture was made. Of the amount appropriated herein $7,775,586 shall be available as follows; provided, however, that the amount of this appropriation available for expenditure and disbursement on and after November 1, 2009 shall be reduced by 12.5 percent of the amount that was undis- bursed as of November 1, 2009: For services and expenses related to programs providing special delin- quency prevention or other youth development services. No expendi- ture shall be made for such programs from this appropriation until a plan has been approved by the director of the budget and a certif- icate of approval allocating these funds has been issued by the director of the budget. The office shall not reimburse any claims unless they are submitted within 7 months of the project year in which the expenditure was made.
For direct contracts with private not-for-profit community agencies to provide needed services for the operation of programs to prevent juvenile delinquency and promote youth development, and through an allocation to public agencies where it is documented that private not-for-profit community agencies are not available to provide such services. Moneys shall be made available to community agencies in counties outside the city of New York based on a statewide allo- cation formula determined by each county's eligibility for compre- hensive planning funds as a proportion of the statewide total provided under paragraph a of subdivision 1 of section 420 of the executive law. Moneys made available to community agencies shall be allocated by local youth bureaus subject to final funding determi- nations by the commissioner of children and family services and approved by the director of the budget. For direct contract with private not-for-profit community agencies to provide needed services for the operation of programs to prevent juvenile delinquency and promote youth development, and through an allocation to public agencies where it is documented that private not-for-profit agencies are not available to provide such services. Notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law, moneys shall be made available to community agencies in cities with populations greater than 275,000 and to community agencies statewide ........... 31,381,524 ....................................... (re. $27,458,833) For payment of state aid for programs for the provision of services to runaway and homeless youth pursuant to subdivisions 2, 3 and 4 of section 420 of the executive law and pursuant to chapter 800 of the laws of 1985 amending the runaway and homeless youth act for the provision of transitional independent living support services and the establishment and operation of young adult shelters for youth between the ages of 16 and 21; the office of children and family services shall not reimburse any claims unless they are submitted within 12 months of the calendar quarter in which the claimed service or services were delivered; provided, however, that the amount of this appropriation available for expenditure and disburse- ment on and after November 1, 2009 shall be reduced by 12.5 percent of the amount that was undisbursed as of November 1, 2009. No expenditures shall be made from this appropriation until an annual expenditure plan is approved by the director of the budget and a certificate of approval allocating these funds has been issued by the director of the budget and copies of such certificate or any amendment thereto filed with the state comptroller, the chairperson of the senate finance committee and the chairperson of the assembly ways and means committee ... 5,235,048 ............ (re. $4,580,667) For services and expenses related to the home visiting program. Such funds are to be available pursuant to a plan prepared by the office of children and family services and approved by the director of the budget to continue or expand existing programs with existing contractors that are satisfactorily performing as determined by the office of children and family services, to award new contracts to continue programs where the existing contractors are not satisfac- torily performing as determined by the office of children and family
services and/or to award new contracts through a competitive proc- ess; provided, however, that the amount of this appropriation avail- able for expenditure and disbursement on and after November 1, 2009 shall be reduced by 12.5 percent of the amount that was undisbursed as of November 1, 2009 ... 17,466,200 ............. (re. $9,536,000) For services and expenses of the advantage after school program. Such funds are to be available pursuant to a plan prepared by the office of children and family services and approved by the director of the budget to extend or expand current contracts with community based organizations, to award new contracts to continue programs where the existing contractors are not satisfactorily performing as determined by the office of children and family services and/or to award new contracts through a competitive process to community based organiza- tions; provided, however, that the amount of this appropriation available for expenditure and disbursement on and after November 1, 2009 shall be reduced by 12.5 percent of the amount that was undis- bursed as of November 1, 2009 ...................................... 19,172,500 ....................................... (re. $16,565,000) By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2008: Notwithstanding section 530 of the executive law or any other law to the contrary, for reimbursement of 98 percent of 50 percent of approved capital expenditures for secure juvenile detention. Such reimbursement shall be in the form of depreciation of approved capi- tal costs and interest on bonds, notes or other indebtedness neces- sarily undertaken to finance construction costs. Notwithstanding any provision of laws to the contrary, funding for such costs shall be limited to the amount appropriated herein. Notwithstanding any law to the contrary, the office of children and family services may require that such claims for reimbursement of capital expenditures be submitted to the office electronically in the manner and format required by the office. Notwithstanding section 51 of the state finance law and any other provision of law to the contrary, the director of the budget may, upon the advice of the commissioner of the office of children and family services, authorize the inter- change of moneys appropriated herein with any other local assistance - general fund appropriation within the office of children and fami- ly services ... 4,606,000 ......................... (re. $4,606,000) For services and expenses of the Catholic Family Center in Rochester to establish and operate a statewide kinship information and refer- ral network ... 245,000 .............................. (re. $74,000) By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2008, as amended by chapter 496, section 3, of the laws of 2008: For additional state aid to reimburse 100 percent of social services district expenditures related to the improvement of staff to client ratios in the local district child protective workforce including, but not limited to new hiring to increase the number of caseworkers and to increase the number of supervisory staff in the local district child protective workforce, provided, however, that the amount of this appropriation available for expenditure and disburse-
ment on and after September 1, 2008 shall be reduced by six percent of the amount that was undisbursed as of August 15, 2008. Each social services district receiving these funds shall certify that the district will not be using these funds to supplant other state and local funds and that the district will not submit claims for reimbursement under this appropriation for the same type and level of funding so certified; provided, however, that a district may use these funds for expenditures to continue or expand activities that were funded with last year's appropriation that was enacted for this purpose ... 1,790,000 ............................... (re. $480,000) For the continuation of the demonstration project, established pursu- ant to part G of chapter 58 of the laws of 2006, as amended, in districts selected by the office of children and family services to determine the best practices needed to improve the workload of the child protective workforce including, but not limited to, the purchase of new information technology that permits caseworkers to work from field locations, and other eligible non-personal services expenses, subject to an expenditure plan approved by the office of children and family services, provided, however, that the amount of this appropriation available for expenditure and disbursement on and after September 1, 2008 shall be reduced by six percent of the amount that was undisbursed as of August 15, 2008 .................. 1,000,000 ............................................ (re. $87,000) For services and expenses for a demonstration project in targeted social services districts identified jointly by the office of chil- dren and family services and the office of alcoholism and substance abuse services based, in part, on size, experience, readiness and availability of services, to improve the assessment and treatment outcomes for families and youth involved in the child welfare system who need chemical dependency services including providing funding for chemical dependency programs to co-locate certified chemical dependency staff with appropriate district child welfare services staff, provided, however, that the amount of this appropriation available for expenditure and disbursement on and after September 1, 2008 shall be reduced by six percent of the amount that was undis- bursed as of August 15, 2008 ... 4,435,000 ........ (re. $4,168,900) Notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law, subject to an expenditure plan approved by the director of the budget, for eligi- ble services and expenses of improving the quality of child welfare services that may include, but not be limited to, training to mandated reporters regarding the proper identification of and response to signs of child abuse and neglect, public information programs and services that advance a zero tolerance campaign of child abuse and neglect, and demonstration projects to test models for new or targeted expansion of services beyond the level currently funded by local social services districts including continuing to contract with existing providers that are performing satisfactorily, provided, however, that the amount of this appropriation available for expenditure and disbursement on and after September 1, 2008 shall be reduced by six percent of the amount that was undisbursed as of August 15, 2008 ... 3,822,000 ............... (re. $3,592,680)
For services and expenses of the office of children and family services and local social services districts for activities neces- sary to comply with certain provisions of the adoption and safe families act of 1997 (P.L. 105-89) and chapter 7 of the laws of 1999 and chapter 668 of the laws of 2006 requiring criminal record checks for foster care parents, prospective adoptive parents, and adult household members. Funds appropriated herein shall be made available in accordance with a plan to be developed by the commissioner of the office of children and family services and approved by the director of the budget. Funds appropriated herein shall be available for 98 percent of one-half of the non-federal share of the national and state fees for fingerprinting foster care parents, prospective adop- tive parents, and other adult household members; provided, however, that for claims paid on or after September 1, 2008, funds shall be available for 94 percent of 98 percent of one-half of the non-feder- al share of such fees. Reimbursement from these funds shall be sepa- rate from and in addition to the allocation received by the local social services district from the office of children and family services general fund - aid to localities foster care block grant allocation as authorized pursuant to this chapter. Notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law, and pursuant to chapter 7 of the laws of 1999 and chapter 668 of the laws of 2006, the commissioner of the office of children and family services shall reimburse local social services districts for 98 percent of one-half of the non-fed- eral share of the cost of obtaining state and national fingerprint records; provided, however, that for costs paid on or after Septem- ber 1, 2008, funds shall be available to reimburse local social services districts for 94 percent of 98 percent of one-half of the non-federal share of such costs. The commissioner shall establish necessary protocols for submission of claims for reimbursement by local social services districts that shall require local social services districts to document the actual local cost of obtaining fingerprints and that federal reimbursement has been appropriately claimed. Such documentation shall be submitted by the commissioner of the office of children and family services to the director of the budget, in a manner to be prescribed by the director of the budget, prior to allocation of funds appropriated herein for the purpose of reimbursing local social services districts for these costs. The commissioner shall take necessary steps to ensure that no payments made to local social services districts pursuant to this provision reimburse costs, other than those expenditures specifically author- ized herein, that would otherwise be payable pursuant to the office of children and family services general fund - aid to localities foster care block grant appropriation. Notwithstanding any incon- sistent provision of law, and pursuant to chapter 7 of the laws of 1999 and chapter 668 of the laws of 2006, the commissioner of the office of children and family services shall, on behalf of local social services districts, make payments to the division of criminal justice services for processing of state and national criminal record checks and any other related costs. The commissioner shall ensure expenditures made pursuant to this provision reflect appro-
priate federal and local shares. The commissioner of the office of children and family services shall reduce, or shall request that the commissioner of the office of temporary and disability assistance reduce, reimbursement otherwise payable to local social services districts in an amount equal to 52 percent of the nonfederal share of such payments provided that such reduction in payments reflects actual expenditures made on behalf of each local social services district to capture the local share of such costs; provided, further, however, that for payments made on or after September 1, 2008, such reduction in reimbursements shall be in an amount equal to 53.94 percent of the non-federal share of such payments. Notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of the social services law or the state finance law, the commissioner shall, on a quarterly basis, reduce, or shall request that the commissioner of the office of temporary and disability assistance reduce, reimbursements other- wise payable to local social services districts in an amount equal to 52 percent of the non-federal share of such fees to capture the local share of such fees; provided, further, however, that for fees paid on or after September 1, 2008, such reduction in reimbursements shall be in an amount equal to 53.94 percent of the non-federal share of such fees. Such reduction in local reimbursement shall occur on or before the ninetieth day following the close of the preceding quarter and shall be allocated among districts based on the number of children currently placed in foster care in each local social services district provided that this methodology is revised quarterly to reflect most current available data. Amounts appropri- ated herein may, subject to the director of the budget, be inter- changed or transferred with any other appropriation of the office of children and family services or the office of temporary and disabil- ity assistance as necessary to reimburse the state share of local social services district costs appropriated herein ................. 1,857,000 ......................................... (re. $1,686,000) For services and expenses of certain child fatality review teams approved by the office of children and family services for the purposes of investigating and/or reviewing the death of children, provided, however, that the amount of this appropriation available for expenditure and disbursement on and after September 1, 2008 shall be reduced by six percent of the amount that was undisbursed as of August 15, 2008 ... 980,000 ................... (re. $921,200) For services and expenses of certain local or regional multidiscipli- nary child abuse investigation teams approved by the office of chil- dren and family services for the purpose of investigating reports of suspected child abuse or maltreatment and for new and established child advocacy centers, provided, however, that the amount of this appropriation available for expenditure and disbursement on and after September 1, 2008 shall be reduced by six percent of the amount that was undisbursed as of August 15, 2008 .................. 6,181,840 ......................................... (re. $1,814,000) The money hereby appropriated is to be available for payment of state aid heretofore accrued or hereafter to accrue to municipalities. Subject to the approval of the director of the budget, the money
hereby appropriated shall be available to the office net of disal- lowances, refunds, reimbursements, and credits. Notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law, the amount herein appropriated may be transferred to any other appropriation within the office of children and family services and/or the office of temporary and disability assistance and/or suballocated to the office of temporary and disability assistance for the purpose of paying local social services districts' costs of the above program and may be increased or decreased by interchange with any other appropriation or with any other item or items within the amounts appropriated within the office of children and family services general fund - local assistance account with the approval of the director of the budget who shall file such approval with the depart- ment of audit and control and copies thereof with the chairman of the senate finance committee and the chairman of the assembly ways and means committee. Notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law, in lieu of payments authorized by the social services law, or payments of federal funds otherwise due to the local social services districts for programs provided under the federal social security act or the federal food stamp act, funds herein appropriated, in amounts certified by the state commissioner or the state commissioner of health as due from local social services districts each month as their share of payments made pursuant to section 367-b of the social services law may be set aside by the state comptroller in an interest-bearing account with such interest accruing to the credit of the locality in order to ensure the orderly and prompt payment of providers under section 367-b of the social services law pursuant to an estimate provided by the commissioner of health of each local social services district's share of payments made pursuant to section 367-b of the social services law. Notwithstanding section 398-a of the social services law or any other law to the contrary, the amount appropriated herein, or such other amount as may be approved by the director of the budget, shall be available for 98 percent of 50 percent reimbursement after deducting any federal funds available therefor to social services districts for amounts attributable to dormitory authority billings or approved refinancing of such billings which result in local social services districts' claims in excess of a local district's foster care block grant allocation; provided, however, for claims paid on or after September 1, 2008, the reimbursement percentage shall be reduced to 94 percent of 98 percent of 50 percent. In addition, subject to the approval of the director of the budget, a portion of funds appropri- ated herein, or such other amount as may be approved by the director of the budget, shall be available for reimbursement related to payments made by a social services district to foster care providers subject to the provisions of section 410-i of the social services law for expenses directly related to projects funded through the housing finance agency for those foster care providers which also received revised or supplemental rates from the applicable regulat-
ing agency to accommodate the housing finance agency payments or the refinancing of previously approved dormitory authority payments. Notwithstanding section 398-a of the social services law or any other law to the contrary, such reimbursement shall be available for 98 percent of 50 percent of social services district costs, after deducting federal funds available therefor, for those social services districts' claims in excess of a social services district's foster care block grant allocation for those amounts exclusively attributable to the previously approved revised or supplemental rates; provided, however, for claims paid on or after September 1, 2008, the reimbursement percentage shall be reduced to 94 percent of 98 percent of 50 percent. In addition, subject to the approval of the director of the budget, a portion of funds appropriated herein may also be used for payments to the dormitory authority of the state of New York for advisory services including, but not limited to, site visits and review of applications, building plans and cost estimates for voluntary agency programs for which the office of children and family services establishes maximum state aid rates and for capital projects for residential institutions for children seek- ing financing under paragraph b of subdivision 40 of section 1680 of the public authorities law, as amended by chapter 508 of the laws of 2006 ... 6,620,000 .................................. (re. $574,000) Notwithstanding any other provision of law, for services and expenses to initiate program modifications and/or to provide services includ- ing, but not limited to, demonstrated effective programs such as evidence-based initiatives for alternatives to detention for persons alleged or determined to be in need of supervision or otherwise at risk of placement in the juvenile justice system, provided, however, that the amount of this appropriation available for expenditure and disbursement on and after September 1, 2008 shall be reduced by six percent of the amount that was undisbursed as of August 15, 2008 ... 7,840,000 ......................................... (re. $3,318,000) For services and expenses provided by local probation departments, for the post-placement care of youth leaving a youth residential facili- ty and for services and expenses of the office of children and fami- ly services related to community-based programs for youth in the care of the office of children and family services which may include but not be limited to multi-systemic therapy, family functional therapy and/or functional therapeutic foster care, and electronic monitoring, provided, however, that the amount of this appropriation available for expenditure and disbursement on and after September 1, 2008 shall be reduced by six percent of the amount that was undis- bursed as of August 15, 2008. Funds appropriated herein shall be made available subject to the approval of an expenditure plan by the director of the budget ...... 980,000 ............................................. (re. $162,000) For services and expenses of kinship care programs. Such funds are available pursuant to a plan prepared by the office of children and family services and approved by the director of the budget to continue or expand existing programs with existing contractors that are satisfactorily performing as determined by the office of chil-
dren and family services, to award new contracts to continue programs where the existing contractors are not satisfactorily performing as determined by the office of children and family services and/or award new contracts through a competitive process, provided, however, that the amount of this appropriation available for expenditure and disbursement on and after September 1, 2008 shall be reduced by six percent of the amount that was undisbursed as of August 15, 2008 ... 1,862,000 ............... (re. $1,203,000) For services and expenses related to strengthening and expanding training for caseworkers to ensure that caseworkers have the compre- hensive tools needed in areas such as recognition and response to safety and risk indicators, case planning and critical decision making and to ensure consistency of caseworker training and to support manageable workloads for child protective services, foster care and preventive services caseworkers to allow sufficient time for each worker to meet all requirements and to allow for comprehen- sive assessment, provided, however, that the amount of this appro- priation available for expenditure and disbursement on and after September 1, 2008 shall be reduced by six percent of the amount that was undisbursed as of August 15, 2008 .............................. 4,900,000 ......................................... (re. $2,461,000) For services and expenses related to the home visiting program. Such funds are to be available pursuant to a plan prepared by the office of children and family services and approved by the director of the budget to continue or expand existing programs with existing contractors that are satisfactorily performing as determined by the office of children and family services, to award new contracts to continue programs where the existing contractors are not satisfac- torily performing as determined by the office of children and family services and/or to award new contracts through a competitive proc- ess, provided, however, that the amount of this appropriation avail- able for expenditure and disbursement on and after September 1, 2008 shall be reduced by six percent of the amount that was undisbursed as of August 15, 2008 ... 24,696,000 .............. (re. $1,749,000) For services and expenses of the Amy Watkins caseworker education and training program for the provision of continuing education and training for caseworkers working in child welfare programs in local social services districts having a population of 125,000 or more, and caseworkers employed by voluntary not-for-profit community based agencies in such local social services districts. Such assistance shall be used for tuition and fees associated with job-related certificate programs, programs leading to associate, baccalaureate and masters degrees, licensure requirements and other job-related training requirements as necessary and appropriate, provided, howev- er, that the amount of this appropriation available for expenditure and disbursement on and after September 1, 2008 shall be reduced by six percent of the amount that was undisbursed as of August 15, 2008 ... 980,000 ......................................... (re. $778,000) For services and expenses for supportive housing for young adults aged 25 years or younger leaving or having recently left foster care or who had been in foster care for more than a year after their 16th
birthday and who are at-risk of street homelessness or sheltered homelessness provided under the joint project between the state and the city of New York, known as the New York New York III supportive housing agreement. No expenditure shall be made until a certificate of allocation has been approved by the director of the budget with copies to be filed with the chairpersons of the senate finance committee and the assembly ways and means committee. The amount appropriated herein may be transferred or otherwise made available to the city of New York administration for children's services for services and expenses related to implementing the project, provided, however, that the amount of this appropriation available for expend- iture and disbursement on and after September 1, 2008 shall be reduced by six percent of the amount that was undisbursed as of August 15, 2008 ... 2,274,000 ..................... (re. $2,137,560) For services and expenses of the advantage after school program. Such funds are to be available pursuant to a plan prepared by the office of children and family services and approved by the director of the budget to extend or expand current contracts with community based organizations, to award new contracts to continue programs where the existing contractors are not satisfactorily performing as determined by the office of children and family services and/or to award new contracts through a competitive process to community based organiza- tions, provided, however, that the amount of this appropriation available for expenditure and disbursement on and after September 1, 2008 shall be reduced by six percent of the amount that was undis- bursed as of August 15, 2008 ... 27,195,000 ...... (re. $10,932,000) By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2008, as amended by chapter 1, section 2, of the laws of 2009: For services and expenses, including local administrative costs, for providing medicaid home and community based waiver services pursuant to subdivision 12 of section 366 of the social services law. The amount appropriated herein is subject to a spending plan approved by the division of the budget and may be available for transfer or suballocation to the department of health for the medical assistance program for such services and expenses ............................. 9,166,000 ......................................... (re. $7,224,000) For services and expenses of child advocacy centers demonstration project. Of the amounts appropriated herein, $526,000 shall be transferred or suballocated to the state police for continuation of the demonstration project, as established by chapter 53 of the laws of 2007, to test best practices in Tier 1 child advocacy centers whereby a state police investigator would be assigned to Tier 1 centers in Broome county, Dutchess county, Erie county, Oneida coun- ty, and Rensselaer county .......................................... 526,000 ............................................. (re. $526,000) For additional services and expenses to initiate program modifications and/or to expand services including, but not limited to, demon- strated effective programs such as evidence-based initiatives for alternatives to detention for persons alleged or determined to be in
need of supervision, or otherwise at risk of placement in the juve- nile justice system ... 752,000 ..................... (re. $752,000) For services and expenses of the Ridgewood Bushwick Senior Citizens Council Youth Center ... 169,000 ...................... (re. $4,000) For services and expenses related to the Heart Share Program ......... 376,000 ............................................. (re. $376,000) For services and expenses related to the homeless veterans outreach and supportive services program pursuant to the following sub-sche- dule ... 187,999 .................................... (re. $187,999) sub-schedule National Association for Black Veterans (NABVETS) ........ 26,857 Black Veterans for Social Justice ........................... 26,857 National Coalition for Home- less Veterans ..................... 26,857 Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America ........................ 26,857 Military Order of the Purple Heart ............................. 26,857 Vietnam Veterans of America ......... 26,857 American Legion Inwood Post #581 .............................. 26,857 -------------- Total of sub-schedule ............ 187,999 -------------- By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2008, as amended by chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2009: For payment of state aid for calendar year 2008 services and expenses for programs pursuant to section 530 of the executive law for secure and non-secure detention services; provided, however, notwithstand- ing the provisions of any other law to the contrary, for state fiscal year 2008-2009 the liability of the state and the amount to be distributed or otherwise expended by the state pursuant to section 530 of the executive law shall be determined by first calcu- lating the amount of the expenditure or other liability pursuant to such law after taking into consideration any other limitations on the amount of such expenditure or liability set forth in the state budget for such year, and then reducing the amount so calculated by two percent of such amount. Notwithstanding any provision of law to the contrary, the amount appropriated herein may provide for reimbursement of up to 100 percent of the cost of care, maintenance and supervision for youth whose residence is outside the county providing the services; provided that upon such reimbursement from this appropriation, the office of children and family services shall bill, and the home county of such youth shall reimburse the office of children and family services, for 51 percent of the cost of care, maintenance and supervision of such youth. The office of children
and family services shall not reimburse any claims unless they are submitted in final within 12 months of the calendar quarter in which the claimed service or services were delivered. The office of chil- dren and family services may reduce or increase a county's prior years claim for reimbursement based upon a subsequent review by the office of actual expenditures for care, maintenance and supervision provided to youth in detention, to address any overpayment or under- payment of state aid to the county for services and expenses for detention in a prior calendar year. Notwithstanding any law to the contrary, the office of children and family services may require that such claims and data on detention use be submitted to the office electronically in the manner and format required by the office. Notwithstanding any law to the contrary, the office shall be author- ized to promulgate regulations permitting the office to impose fiscal sanctions in the event that the office finds non-compliance with regulations governing secure and nonsecure detention facilities and to establish cost standards related to reimbursement of secure and non-secure detention services. Notwithstanding section 51 of the state finance law and any other provision of law to the contrary, the director of the budget may, upon the advice of the commissioner of the office of children and family services, authorize the transfer or interchange of moneys appropriated herein with any other local assistance - general fund appropriation within the office of children and family services except where transfer or interchange of appropriation is prohibited or otherwise restricted by law ... 64,680,000 ..... (re. $4,500,000) For services and expenses related to reducing office of children and family services institutional placements through program modifica- tions and/or services including, but not limited to, mental health and substance abuse programs, demonstrated effective programs such as evidence-based initiatives to divert youth at-risk of placement with the office of children and family services and/or as alterna- tives to residential placements with such office. Notwithstanding any other provision of law to the contrary, the office may authorize one or more demonstration projects to co-locate respite beds for youth alleged or at risk of juvenile delinquency in a runaway and homeless youth program ... 5,091,162 .............. (re. $2,995,000) Of the amount appropriated herein, $23,605,938 shall be available as follows, provided, however, that the amount of this appropriation available for expenditures and disbursement on and after September 1, 2008 shall be reduced by six percent of the amount that was undisbursed as of August 15, 2008. For services and expenses related to locally operated youth development and delinquency prevention programs. No expenditure shall be made from this appropriation until a plan has been approved by the director of the budget and a certif- icate of approval allocating these funds has been issued by the director of the budget. Notwithstanding the provisions of section 420 of the executive law which would require expenditure of state aid for youth programs in a total amount greater than $23,605,938, for payment of state aid for
programs pursuant to article 19-A of the executive law, for delin- quency prevention and youth development. Notwithstanding the provisions of section 420 of the executive law, eligibility for state aid reimbursement for counties which do not participate in the county comprehensive planning process shall be determined as follows: the aggregate amount of state aid for recreation, youth service and similar projects to a county and municipalities within such county shall not exceed $2,750 of which no more than $1,450 may be used for recreation projects, per 1,000 youths residing in the county based on a single count of such youths as shown by the last published federal census for the county certified in the same manner as provided by section 54 of the state finance law. The office shall not reimburse any claims unless they are submitted within 12 months of the project year in which the expenditure was made. Of the amount appropriated herein $7,775,586 shall be available as follows, provided, however, that the amount of this appropriation available for expenditure and disbursement on and after September 1, 2008 shall be reduced by six percent of the amount that was undis- bursed as of August 15, 2008. For services and expenses related to programs providing special delinquency prevention or other youth development services. No expenditure shall be made for such programs from this appropriation until a plan has been approved by the direc- tor of the budget and a certificate of approval allocating these funds has been issued by the director of the budget. The office shall not reimburse any claims unless they are submitted within 7 months of the project year in which the expenditure was made. For direct contracts with private not-for-profit community agencies to provide needed services for the operation of programs to prevent juvenile delinquency and promote youth development, and through an allocation to public agencies where it is documented that private not-for-profit community agencies are not available to provide such services. Moneys shall be made available to community agencies in counties outside the city of New York based on a statewide allo- cation formula determined by each county's eligibility for compre- hensive planning funds as a proportion of the statewide total provided under paragraph a of subdivision 1 of section 420 of the executive law. Moneys made available to community agencies shall be allocated by local youth bureaus subject to final funding determi- nations by the commissioner of children and family services and approved by the director of the budget. For direct contract with private not-for-profit community agencies to provide needed services for the operation of programs to prevent juvenile delinquency and promote youth development, and through an allocation to public agencies where it is documented that private not-for-profit agencies are not available to provide such services. Notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law, moneys shall be made available to community agencies in cities with populations greater than 275,000 and to community agencies statewide ........... 31,381,524 ....................................... (re. $26,993,000) For payment of state aid for programs for the provision of services to runaway and homeless youth pursuant to subdivisions 2, 3 and 4 of
section 420 of the executive law and pursuant to chapter 800 of the laws of 1985 amending the runaway and homeless youth act for the provision of transitional independent living support services and the establishment and operation of young adult shelters for youth between the ages of 16 and 21; the office of children and family services shall not reimburse any claims unless they are submitted within 12 months of the calendar quarter in which the claimed service or services were delivered, provided, however, that the amount of this appropriation available for expenditure and disburse- ment on and after September 1, 2008 shall be reduced by six percent of the amount that was undisbursed as of August 15, 2008. No expend- itures shall be made from this appropriation until an annual expend- iture plan is approved by the director of the budget and a certif- icate of approval allocating these funds has been issued by the director of the budget and copies of such certificate or any amend- ment thereto filed with the state comptroller, the chairperson of the senate finance committee and the chairperson of the assembly ways and means committee ... 5,235,048 ............ (re. $4,054,000) By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2007: For services for the prevention of domestic violence and expenses related thereto. Any federal funds applicable to expenditures made as a result of this appropriation may be made available to the office or its contractors ... 150,000 ............... (re. $150,000) For the office of children and family services to contract with the office for the prevention of domestic violence to develop and imple- ment a training program on the dynamics of domestic violence and its relationship to child abuse and neglect with particular emphasis on alternatives to out-of-home placement. Any federal funds applicable to expenditures made as a result of this appropriation may be made available to the office of children and family services or its contractors ... 135,000 ............................. (re. $135,000) By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2007, as amended by chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2008: For reimbursement of 50 percent of approved capital expenditures for secure juvenile detention pursuant to section 530, as such section existed prior to April 1, 2008, of the executive law. Such reimbursement shall be in the form of depreciation of approved capi- tal costs and interest on bonds, notes or other indebtedness neces- sarily undertaken to finance construction costs. Notwithstanding any provision of laws to the contrary, funding for such costs shall be limited to the amount appropriated herein. Notwithstanding any law to the contrary, the office of children and family services may require that such claims for reimbursement of capital expenditures be submitted to the office electronically in the manner and format required by the office. Notwithstanding section 51 of the state finance law and any other provision of law to the contrary, the director of the budget may, upon the advice of the commissioner of the office of children and family services, authorize the transfer or interchange of moneys appropriated herein with any other local
assistance - general fund appropriation within the office of chil- dren and family services ... 4,625,000 ............ (re. $2,146,000) For services and expenses related to the settlement house program, notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law to the contrary, funds shall be available for the statewide settlement house program to provide a comprehensive range of services to residents of neigh- borhoods they serve pursuant to the following sub-schedule ......... 576,000 .............................................. (re. $43,000) sub-schedule Baden ............................... 23,061 Boys Harbor ......................... 12,079 Carver ............................... 9,496 Chinese-American .................... 17,247 Citizens Advise Bureau .............. 12,940 Claremont ........................... 35,691 Community Pace/Rochester ............ 16,929 East Side House ..................... 12,295 Educational Alliance ................ 34,944 Queens Community .................... 13,155 Goddard Riverside ................... 34,902 Grand Street ........................ 29,734 Greenwich House ..................... 11,649 Hamilton Madison .................... 17,763 Hartley House ....................... 12,079 Henry St. Settlement ................ 33,825 Hudson Guild ........................ 13,155 Stanley Isaacs ...................... 12,079 Kingsbridge Heights ................. 15,524 Lenox Hill Neighborhood ............. 16,600 Lincoln Square Neigh ................ 12,079 Mosholu Montefiore .................. 12,079 Jacob A. Riis ....................... 12,079 Riverdale Neigh House ............... 12,079 St. Mathew's/St. Timothy ............ 12,079 SCAN NY ............................. 13,155 School Settlement ................... 13,155 Southeast Bronx ..................... 49,756 Sunnyside Community ................. 12,078 Union Settlement .................... 13,155 United Community Ctrs ............... 11,417 University Settlement ............... 17,729 -------------- Total ............................ 576,000 -------------- For services and expenses of the Child Abuse Medical Provider Network 494,000 ............................................... (re. $3,000) For services and expenses of existing family preservation centers, pursuant to the following sub-schedule ... 308,000 .. (re. $121,000)
sub-schedule Family Services, Inc. ............... 61,600 Family Service League of Suffolk County, Inc. .............. 61,600 Ibero-American Action League, Inc. .............................. 61,600 Central Family Life Center, Inc. .............................. 61,600 Shinnecock Indian Nation ............ 61,600 -------------- Total of sub-schedule ............ 308,000 By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 2007, as amended by chapter 496, section 3, of the laws of 2008: For preventive services including but not limited to: intensive case management and related services for families with children at risk of foster care placement due to the presence of alcohol and/or substance abuse in the household; family preservation services, centers and programs; foster care diversion demonstrations; and nonprofit provider collaborations with family treatment courts, provided, however, that the amount of this appropriation available for expenditure and disbursement on and after September 1, 2008 shall be reduced by six percent of the amount that was undisbursed as of August 15, 2008 ... 5,356,000 ............... (re. $3,253,000) For services and expenses of the office of children and family services and local social services districts for activities neces- sary to comply with certain provisions of the adoption and safe families act of 1997 (P.L. 105-89) and chapter 7 of the laws of 1999 and chapter 668 of the laws of 2006 requiring criminal record checks for foster care parents, prospective adoptive parents, and adult household members; provided, however, that for claims paid on or after September 1, 2008, funds shall be available for 94 percent of one-half of the non-federal share of such fees. Funds appropriated herein shall be made available in accordance with a plan to be developed by the commissioner of the office of children and family services and approved by the director of the budget. Funds appropri- ated herein shall be available for one-half of the non-federal share of the national and state fees for fingerprinting foster care parents, prospective adoptive parents, and other adult household members. Reimbursement from these funds shall be separate from and in addition to the allocation received by the local social services district from the office of children and family services general fund - aid to localities foster care block grant allocation as authorized pursuant to this chapter. Notwithstanding any inconsist- ent provision of law, and pursuant to chapter 7 of the laws of 1999 and chapter 668 of the laws of 2006, the commissioner of the office of children and family services shall reimburse local social services districts for one-half of the non-federal share of the cost of obtaining state and national fingerprint records; provided, however, that for costs paid on or after September 1, 2008, funds
shall be available to reimburse local social services districts for 94 percent of one-half of the non-federal share of such costs. The commissioner shall establish necessary protocols for submission of claims for reimbursement by local social services districts that shall require local social services districts to document the actual local cost of obtaining fingerprints and that federal reimbursement has been appropriately claimed. Such documentation shall be submit- ted by the commissioner of the office of children and family services to the director of the budget, in a manner to be prescribed by the director of the budget, prior to allocation of funds appro- priated herein for the purpose of reimbursing local social services districts for these costs. The commissioner shall take necessary steps to ensure that no payments made to local social services districts pursuant to this provision reimburse costs, other than those expenditures specifically authorized herein, that would other- wise be payable pursuant to the office of children and family services general fund - aid to localities foster care block grant appropriation. Notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law, and pursuant to chapter 7 of the laws of 1999 and chapter 668 of the laws of 2006, the commissioner of the office of children and family services shall, on behalf of local social services districts, make payments to the division of criminal justice services for processing of state and national criminal record checks and any other related costs. The commissioner shall ensure expenditures made pursuant to this provision reflect appropriate federal and local shares. The commissioner of the office of children and family services shall reduce, or shall request that the commissioner of the office of temporary and disability assistance reduce, reimbursement otherwise payable to local social services districts in an amount equal to one-half of the nonfederal share of such payments provided that such reduction in payments reflects actual expenditures made on behalf of each local social services district to capture the local share of such costs; provided, further, however, that for payments made on or after September 1, 2008, such reduction in reimbursements shall be in an amount equal to 53 percent of the non-federal share of such payments. Notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of the social services law or the state finance law, the commissioner shall, on a quarterly basis, reduce, or shall request that the commissioner of the office of temporary and disability assistance reduce, reimbursements other- wise payable to local social services districts in an amount equal to one-half of the non-federal share of such fees to capture the local share of such fees; provided, further, however, that for fees paid on or after September 1, 2008, such reduction in reimbursements shall be in an amount equal to 53 percent of the non-federal share of such fees. Such reduction in local reimbursement shall occur on or before the ninetieth day following the close of the preceding quarter and shall be allocated among districts based on the number of children currently placed in foster care in each local social services district provided that this methodology is revised quarter- ly to reflect most current available data. Amounts appropriated
herein may, subject to the director of the budget, be interchanged or transferred with any other appropriation of the office of chil- dren and family services or the office of temporary and disability assistance as necessary to reimburse the state share of local social services district costs appropriated herein ........................ 1,683,000 ........................................... (re. $763,000) For services and expenses of certain child fatality review teams approved by the office of children and family services for the purposes of investigating and/or reviewing the death of children, provided, however, that the amount of this appropriation available for expenditure and disbursement on and after September 1, 2008 shall be reduced by six percent of the amount that was undisbursed as of August 15, 2008 ... 1,000,000 ................. (re. $572,000) For services and expenses of certain local or regional multidiscipli- nary child abuse investigation teams approved by the office of chil- dren and family services for the purpose of investigating reports of suspected child abuse or maltreatment and for new and established child advocacy centers, provided, however, that the amount of this appropriation available for expenditure and disbursement on and after September 1, 2008 shall be reduced by six percent of the amount that was undisbursed as of August 15, 2008 .................. 6,308,000 ........................................... (re. $244,000) For services and expenses of new and expanded child advocacy centers. Of the amount appropriated herein, $800,000 shall be available for new and expanded child advocacy centers. Preference for new child advocacy centers shall be given first to proposals to expand access to child advocacy centers in parts of the state that are not currently served by existing child advocacy centers and second to proposals in which the local district can demonstrate collaboration with the local district multidisciplinary team, through the co-loca- tion of a multidisciplinary team within the child advocacy center. Of the amount appropriated herein, $700,000 shall be transferred or suballocated to the state police for a demonstration project, as established by a chapter of the laws of 2007, to test best practices in Tier I child advocacy centers whereby a state police investigator would be assigned to Tier I child advocacy centers in Broome county, Dutchess county, Erie county, Oneida county and Rensselaer county, provided, however, that the amount of this appropriation available for expenditure and disbursement on and after September 1, 2008 shall be reduced by six percent of the amount that was undisbursed as of August 15, 2008 ... 1,500,000 ................. (re. $447,000) The money hereby appropriated is to be available for payment of state aid heretofore accrued or hereafter to accrue to municipalities. Subject to the approval of the director of the budget, the money hereby appropriated shall be available to the office net of disal- lowances, refunds, reimbursements, and credits. Notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law, the amount herein appropriated may be increased or decreased by interchange with any other appropriation or with any other item or items within the amounts appropriated within the department of family assistance, office of temporary and disability assistance and office of children
and family services general fund - local assistance account with the approval of the director of the budget who shall file such approval with the department of audit and control and copies thereof with the chairman of the senate finance committee and the chairman of the assembly ways and means committee. Notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law, in lieu of payments authorized by the social services law, or payments of federal funds otherwise due to the local social services districts for programs provided under the federal social security act or the federal food stamp act, funds herein appropriated, in amounts certified by the state commissioner or the state commissioner of health as due from local social services districts each month as their share of payments made pursuant to section 367-b of the social services law may be set aside by the state comptroller in an interest-bearing account with such interest accruing to the credit of the locality in order to ensure the orderly and prompt payment of providers under section 367-b of the social services law pursuant to an estimate provided by the commissioner of health of each local social services district's share of payments made pursuant to section 367-b of the social services law. The amount appropriated herein, or such other amount as may be approved by the director of the budget, shall be available for 50 percent reimbursement after deducting any federal funds available therefor to social services districts for amounts attributable to dormitory authority billings or approved refinancing of such bill- ings which result in local social services districts' claims in excess of a local district's foster care block grant allocation; provided, however, for claims paid on or after September 1, 2008, the reimbursement percentage shall be reduced to 94 percent of 50 percent. In addition, subject to the approval of the director of the budget, a portion of funds appropriated herein, or such other amount as may be approved by the director of the budget, shall be available for reimbursement related to payments made by a social services district to foster care providers subject to the provisions of section 410-i of the social services law for expenses directly related to projects funded through the housing finance agency for those foster care providers which also received revised or supple- mental rates from the applicable regulating agency to accommodate the housing finance agency payments or the refinancing of previously approved dormitory authority payments. Such reimbursement shall be available for 50 percent of social services district costs, after deducting federal funds available therefor, for those social services districts' claims in excess of a social services district's foster care block grant allocation for those amounts exclusively attributable to the previously approved revised or supplemental rates; provided, however, for claims paid on or after September 1, 2008, the reimbursement percentage shall be reduced to 94 percent of 50 percent. In addition, subject to the approval of the director of the budget, a portion of funds appropri- ated herein may also be used for payments to the dormitory authority of the state of New York for advisory services including, but not
limited to, site visits and review of applications, building plans and cost estimates for voluntary agency programs for which the office of children and family services establishes maximum state aid rates and for capital projects for residential institutions for children seeking financing under paragraph b of subdivision 40 of section 1680 of the public authorities law, as amended by chapter 508 of the laws of 2006 ... 6,750,000 ............... (re. $332,000) Notwithstanding any other provision of law, for services and expenses to initiate program modifications and/or to provide services includ- ing, but not limited to, demonstrated effective programs such as evidence-based initiatives for alternatives to detention for persons alleged or determined to be in need of supervision or otherwise at risk of placement in the juvenile justice system, provided, however, that the amount of this appropriation available for expenditure and disbursement on and after September 1, 2008 shall be reduced by six percent of the amount that was undisbursed as of August 15, 2008 ... 8,000,000 ........................................... (re. $390,000) For services and expenses related to reducing office of children and family services institutional placements through program modifica- tions and/or services including, but not limited to, mental health and substance abuse programs, demonstrated effective programs such as evidence-based initiatives to divert youth at-risk of placement with the office of children and family services and/or as alterna- tives to residential placements with such office. Notwithstanding any other provision of law to the contrary, the office may authorize one or more demonstration projects to co-locate respite beds for youth alleged or at risk of juvenile delinquency in a runaway and homeless youth program, provided, however, that the amount of this appropriation available for expenditure and disbursement on and after September 1, 2008 shall be reduced by six percent of the amount that was undisbursed as of August 15, 2008 .................. 4,960,000 ........................................... (re. $494,000) For services and expenses provided by local probation departments, for the post-placement care of youth leaving a youth residential facili- ty and for services and expenses of the office of children and fami- ly services related to community-based programs for youth in the care of the office of children and family services which may include but not be limited to multi-systemic therapy, family functional therapy and/or functional therapeutic foster care, and electronic monitoring. Funds appropriated herein shall be made available subject to the approval of an expenditure plan by the director of the budget, provided, however, that the amount of this appropriation available for expenditure and disbursement on and after September 1, 2008 shall be reduced by six percent of the amount that was undisbursed as of August 15, 2008 ... 1,000,000 ................. (re. $160,000) For services and expenses related to strengthening and expanding training for caseworkers to ensure that caseworkers have the compre- hensive tools needed in areas such as recognition and response to safety and risk indicators, case planning and critical decision making and to ensure consistency of caseworker training and to
support manageable workloads for child protective services, foster care and preventive services caseworkers to allow sufficient time for each worker to meet all requirements and to allow for comprehen- sive assessment, provided, however, that the amount of this appro- priation available for expenditure and disbursement on and after September 1, 2008 shall be reduced by six percent of the amount that was undisbursed as of August 15, 2008 .............................. 5,000,000 ........................................... (re. $395,000) For services and expenses of the Amy Watkins caseworker education and training program for the provision of continuing education and training for caseworkers working in child welfare programs in local social services districts having a population of 125,000 or more, and caseworkers employed by voluntary not-for-profit community based agencies in such local social services districts. Such assistance shall be used for tuition and fees associated with job-related certificate programs, programs leading to associate, baccalaureate and masters degrees, licensure requirements and other job-related training requirements as necessary and appropriate, provided, howev- er, that the amount of this appropriation available for expenditure and disbursement on and after September 1, 2008 shall be reduced by six percent of the amount that was undisbursed as of August 15, 2008 ... 1,000,000 ....................................... (re. $169,000) For services and expenses of the Healthy Families New York Home Visit- ing Program, provided, however, that the amount of this appropri- ation available for expenditure and disbursement on and after September 1, 2008 shall be reduced by six percent of the amount that was undisbursed as of August 15, 2008 .............................. 3,600,000 ............................................ (re. $30,000) For additional state aid to reimburse 100 percent of social services district expenditures related to the improvement of staff to client ratios in the local district child protective workforce. Each social services district receiving these funds shall certify that the district will not be using these funds to supplant other state and local funds and that the district will not submit claims for reimbursement under this appropriation for the same type and level of funding so certified; provided, however, that a district may use these funds for expenditures to continue or expand activities that were funded with last year's appropriation that was enacted for this purpose. Of the amount appropriated, up to $1,000,000 is to be made available to continue and expand the demonstration project, estab- lished pursuant to part G of chapter 58 of the laws of 2006, in districts selected by the office of children and family services to determine the best practices needed to improve the workload of the child protective workforce including, but not limited to, the purchase of new information technology that permits case-workers to work from field locations, and other eligible nonpersonal service expenses, subject to an expenditure plan approved by the office of children and family services, provided, however, that the amount of this appropriation available for expenditure and disbursement on and after September 1, 2008 shall be reduced by six percent of the
amount that was undisbursed as of August 15, 2008 .................. 5,925,981 ............................................ (re. $60,000) For additional state aid to reimburse 100 percent of social services district expenditures related to the improvement of staff to client ratios in the local district child protective workforce, in accord- ance with the recommendations of the New York state child welfare workload study. Funds shall be used solely to hire additional case- workers and to increase the number of supervisory staff in the local district child protective workforce. Each social services district receiving these funds shall certify that the district will not be using or submit claims for these funds to supplant other state and local funds, provided, however, that the amount of this appropri- ation available for expenditure and disbursement on and after September 1, 2008 shall be reduced by six percent of the amount that was undisbursed as of August 15, 2008 .............................. 4,642,019 ............................................ (re. $70,000) Notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law, subject to an expenditure plan approved by the director of the budget, for eligi- ble services and expenses of improving the quality of child welfare services that may include, but not be limited to, training to mandated reporters regarding the proper identification of and response to signs of child abuse and neglect, public information programs and services that advance a zero tolerance campaign of child abuse and neglect, and demonstration projects to test models for new or targeted expansion of services beyond the level currently funded by local social services districts including continuing to contract with existing providers that are performing satisfactorily, provided, however, that the amount of this appropriation available for expenditure and disbursement on and after September 1, 2008 shall be reduced by six percent of the amount that was undisbursed as of August 15, 2008 ... 3,822,000 ............... (re. $2,237,000) For services and expenses related to locally operated youth develop- ment and delinquency prevention programs. No expenditure shall be made from this appropriation until a plan has been approved by the director of the budget and a certificate of approval allocating these funds has been issued by the director of the budget. Notwithstanding the provisions of section 420 of the executive law which would require expenditure of state aid for youth programs in a total amount greater than the amount appropriated herein, for payment of state aid for programs pursuant to article 19-A of the executive law, for delinquency prevention and youth development. Notwithstanding the provisions of section 420 of the executive law, eligibility for state aid reimbursement for counties which do not participate in the county comprehensive planning process shall be determined as follows: the aggregate amount of state aid for recre- ation, youth service and similar projects to a county and munici- palities within such county shall not exceed $2,750 of which no more than $1,450 may be used for recreation projects, per 1,000 youths residing in the county based on a single count of such youths as shown by the last published federal census for the county certified in the same manner as provided by section 54 of the state finance
law. The office shall not reimburse any claims unless they are submitted within 12 months of the project year in which the expendi- ture was made, provided, however, that the amount of this appropri- ation available for expenditure and disbursement on and after September 1, 2008 shall be reduced by six percent of the amount that was undisbursed as of August 15, 2008 .............................. 27,902,0