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AID TO LOCALITIES

REAPPROPRIATIONS

SPECIAL DAY CARE SERVICES PROGRAM

General Fund

Local Assistance Account

By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 1984:
To provide eighty-seven and one half percent reimbursement for local

district expenditures for day care services provided to encourage and promote self-sufficiency and to develop or support innovative day care programs. Notwithstanding any other provision of

law,

the amount appropriated herein may not be interchanged with any other item within this schedule

..(re. $1,900,000)

By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 1984:
For services and expenses related to the implementation of after-

school day care services to be established by school systems or private providers pursuant to a chapter of the laws of 1984

(re. $300,000)

MAINTENANCE UNDISTRIBUTED

General Fund - Local Assistance Account

The appropriation made by chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 1984, is

hereby amended and reappropriated as follows: For grants-in-aid to municipalities and nonprofit community-based or

ganizations to provide supportive social services and panded social services centers ... 3,341,688.... (re. $3,341,688)

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By chapter 1, section 7, of the laws of 1982, as reappropriated by chap

ter 53, section 2, of the laws of 1984: For services and expenses for the operation of an amateur boxing center in Crown Heights

(re. $18,000) For services and expenses for the operation of the Bedford Stuyvesant Amateur Boxing Association

(re. $33,000) For services and expenses for the operation of the Community Service Council of Greater Harlem, Inc.

..(re. $3,000) For services and expenses necessary for the implementation of the Canarsie Development Corporation

..(re. $4,000) For services and expenses necessary for the implementation of projects of the Latimer-Woods Economic Development Corporation, Inc.

(re. $4,000) For services and expenses for the operation of the Brooklyn Sports and Entertainment Consortium

...(re. $33,000) For services and expenses for distribution by the Brooklyn Sports and Entertainment Consortium in accordance with the following schedule

(re. $50,000)

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By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 1983 as reappropriated by chap

ter 53, section 2, of the laws of 1984:

FIRE PREVENTION AND CONTROL PROGRAM

For services and expenses for the Olean Fire Training Center

(re. $4,000) For grants-in-aid for the payment of services and expenses of the Hauppauge Fire Department

..(re. $7,000) For

grants-in-aid for the payment of services and expenses for the Babylon Village Fire Department

...(re. $1,000)

By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 1984, as amended by chapter

257, section 3, of the laws of 1984: For services and

expenses to purchase fire pagers for the Copiague fire district ... 30,000...

.(re. $ 11,400) For services and expenses to purchase fire pagers for Deer Park fire department ... 74,000 ...

.(re. $59, 200) For services and expenses for the purchase of fire equipment for the Green Lawn fire department 5,000.....

(re. $5,000) For purchase of a new ambulance in the LaFargeville Fire Department .. 50,000....

...(re. $50,000) For services and

expenses related to the Mombasha Fire Company 7,000 ...

.(re. $5,600) For services and

expenses to purchase fire pagers for the North Babylon Volunteer Fire Co. 75,660 ...

.(re. $60,600) For services and expenses to purchase life support equipment for the

Northeast Wayne Advanced Life Support, Inc. ... 20,000. (re. $20,000) For services and expenses for the operation of the People's Firehouse Anti-Arson Program ... 22,000 ...

(re. $17,600) For services and expenses for capital repairs at the Port Chester fire department building ... 50,000.....

.(re. $40,000) For services and expenses for the city of Poughkeepsie fire department .. 150,000 ..

...(re. $120,000) For services and expenses for the operation of the Rockland County

Emergency Communications Center 25,000.... ... (re. $20,000)

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For a rescue boat for the Irvington Fire Department ... 10,000......

(re. $10,000)

LOCAL GOVERNMENT AND COMMUNITY SERVICES PROGRAM

By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 1983, as reappropriated by

chapter 53, section 2, of the laws of 1984: For services and expenses for Urban Strategies 5 multi-service centers ...

....(re. $6,000) For services and expenses necessary for the implementation of the Canarsie Development Corporation

.. (re. $25,000) For services and expenses for the Community Service Council of Greater Harlem, Inc

..(re. $14,000) For services and expenses for the implementation of projects of the

Latimer-Woods Economic Development Corporation, Inc ....(re. $4,000) For grants-in-aid for the payment of services and expenses of the YMYMHA of lower Westchester

..(re. $60,000) For

grants-in-aid for the payment of services and expenses for the Samuel Field YM-YWHA

. (re. $1,000)

By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 1984, as amended by chapter

257, section 3, of the laws of 1984: For services and

expenses related to the Arab-American Council ... 25,000....

..(re. $7,800) For services and expenses related to the Asian Education and Welfare, Inc. ... 50,000

..(re. $40,000) For services and expenses for the Atlantic Boxing Club ... 13,000 ...

(re. $7,000) For services and

expenses

of Bedford Stuyvesant Boxing, Inc. 22,500....

..(re. $18,000) For services and expenses related to the Russian Resettlement Program of Canarsie ... 20,000...

(re. $8,500) For services and expenses for the International Boxing Hall of Fame at Canastota ... 50,000....

..(re. $9, 200) State aid for Cold Spring Harbor Lacrosse Club 4,000..(re. $1,100) For services and expenses related to

the Community Economic Development Corporation ... 200,000 ....

...(re. $133,600) For services and expenses related to the Community Service Council of Greater Harlem, Inc ... 25,000....

..(re. $20,000) For services and expenses related to the Council of Jewish Organiza

tions of Boro Park - Employment Program ... 25,000......(re. $8,000) For services and expenses related to the Council of Jewish Organiza

tions of Boro Park Publications Program 40,000....(re. $6,900) For services and expenses for the Council of Neighborhood Organizations Immigration Program ... 15,000 ...

...(re. $12,000) For services and expenses related to the Mill Island Association 15,000...

.(re. $15,000) For services and expenses of a records storage center for the town of Huntington ... 31,000 ...

..(re. $31,000) For services and expenses for the International Institute of Buffalo .. 40,000....

...(re. $16, 100) For services and expenses related to the Jewish Community Council of Washington Heights and Inwood ... 45,000....

(re. $30,900)

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For services and expenses related to the Kingsbridge Heights Community Center ... 25,000 ..

...(re. $7,800) For services and

expenses

related to the Latimer-Woods Economic Development Corporation ... 70,000....

(re. $35,700) For services and expenses for the Rav Tor Resettlement Program .. 10,000...

.(re. $10,000) For services and expenses for the Rome Boxing Association, Inc. 30,000.....

(re. $ 24,000) For services and expenses related to the Roosevelt Community Services

Corporation computer literacy project ... 20,000 .....(re. $ 16,000) For services and expenses for the Sleepy Hollow Boxing Club ... 80,000

(re. $36,000) For services and

expenses for the Urban Strategies 5 multi-service centers. 120,000 ...

.. (re. $56,400) State aid for Washingtonville Soccer Club, Inc. 20,000...

(re. $20,000) For services and

expenses for the Westchester Refugee Resettlement Program .. 45,000...

(re. $23,500)

STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK

COMMUNITY COLLEGES

YOUTH INTERNSHIP PROGRAMS

By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 1984, as amended by chapter

257, section 3, of the laws of 1984: Funds are provided for services and expenses related to non-credit em

ployability training and work experience internship program pilot projects for the purposes of improving the employability of unemployed, out-of-school, economically disadvantaged youth between the ages

of sixteen and twenty-one years of age, reducing the levels of unemployment among such youth and helping to meet the current and future labor needs of employers in this state. Participating youth shall be provided with the following for up to one year: (1) an individual employability assessment from which an individual training and employment plan is formulated; (2) an internship in a public agency, not-for-profit corporation or private business not to exceed one thousand hours per year or twenty hours per week with a stipend funded from appropriations made available pursuant to this appropriation at the prevailing wage paid to persons similarly employed by the employer; and (3) employability and skills training funded by this appropriation, by the federal job training partnership act

(P. L. 97-300) or by other public or private sources. The funds available pursuant to this appropriation shall be allocated to at least three, but

than eight community colleges selected by the State University for participation in this program on the basis of their willingness and capability to operate a youth internship program pilot project as described above and on the basis of the presence, within their sponsorship area, of a high concentration of unemployed, out-of-school, economically disadvantaged youth between the ages of sixteen and twenty-one 1,000,000....

(re. $1,000,000)

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AID TO LOCALITIES - REAPPROPRIATIONS

DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
LOCAL TRANSPORTATION PLANNING STUDIES

General Fund

Local Assistance Account

By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 1984:
For the federal share of transportation planning programs in state ur-

ban areas as authorized by the urban mass transportation act of 1964 as last amended and by section 112 of the federal-aid highway act of

1973. For payment by the state of the share of the federal government for

continuing comprehensive transportation planning and coordinated support transit studies undertaken as part of the unified work programs of participating local planning or municipal agencies in accordance with grant agreements approved by the urban mass transportation administration or the federal highway

highway administration. No monies shall be available for expenditure from this appropriation until a written repayment agreement has been entered into between the commissioner of transportation and the director of the budget. Upon the issuance of a segregation of funds by the director of the budget, the department of transportation is hereby authorized to pay the federal share of approved work programs to local planning municipal agencies, for payment to consultants for the cost of studies included in approved work programs, periodically as may be required to meet programmed expenditures in accordance with approved grant agreements and to furnish planning, administrative and professional services or to supplement the appropriation herein authorized with appropriations from the general fund state purposes account in sum total not to exceed seventy-five percent of the nonfederal share of programmed expenditures in accordance with unified work programs

of local planning or municipal agencies. The comptroller is hereby authorized to receive from the federal gov

ernment, and to deposit to the credit of the general fund, amounts of money equal to the expenditures herein authorized so that the state is reimbursed in full for any and all such payments

(re. $7,548,000)

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By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 1983 as reappropriated by

chapter 53, section 2, of the laws of 1984: For the federal share of transportation planning programs in state urban areas as authorized by the urban

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