Purpose

Active List Monday June 2, 2014

Cal No.

Bill No.

Sponsor

Title

42

S4673A

MAZIARZ

Authorizes the city of Niagara Falls, county of Niagara, to reduce the speed limit in downtown Niagara Falls

106

S1216

DEFRANCISCO

Relates to the unenforceability of a contract clause requiring a contractor or subcontractor to continue unapproved or disputed work

420

S6364

DIAZ

Relates to accurate reporting of crime statistics and excludes certain crime statistics from consideration when making rates of insurance

444

S5994

LATIMER

Authorizes the village of Tuckahoe, in the county of Westchester, to offer a certain retirement option to police officer Christopher J. Santiago

445

S6579A

KLEIN

Establishes the electronic open auction public bond sale pilot program for counties, cities, towns, villages and school districts

448

S6720

GRIFFO

Authorizes the village of Norwood to enter into a lease with Clarkson University

516

S6797A

LIBOUS

Relates to automobile manufacturers and unfair practices by franchisors

517

S6821

ZELDIN

Relates to veteran suspended licenses

590

S3931

ZELDIN

Relates to the alternative veterans property tax exemption

592

S5735A

ZELDIN

Relates to veterans health care options and requires the division of veterans' affairs to post certain information on its website

594

S6781

CARLUCCI

Authorizes certain exemptions for school district real property taxes for veterans

622

S5855B

YOUNG

Relates to hunting in the county of Livingston

637

S7159A

ZELDIN

Relates to extending the authority of the department of environmental conservation to manage oysters

642

S970A

LIBOUS

Establishes a gold star father distinctive number plate

655

S3554

GRIFFO

Relates to distinctive license plates issued to gold star mothers

658

S4198

RITCHIE

Authorizes distinctive license plates for recipients of the Bronze or Silver star

662

S7122

NOZZOLIO

Creates the New York state veterans remembrance license plate

698

S6738A

STEWART-COUSINS

Relates to the dissolution of union free school district number 13 in the town of Greenburgh; repealer

706

S5684A

KLEIN

Relates to New York city omnibus safety requirements

714

S1963

GRIFFO

Extends certain educational benefits to eligible veterans

717

S2095A

GOLDEN

Establishes a temporary commission of child abuse prevention

723

S3869

NOZZOLIO

Establishes the veterans' memorials preservation act

735

S1526

MARCELLINO

Requires businesses that make payments in lieu of taxes to provide local governments and school districts with notice of their intention to change assessment

748

S1455

FLANAGAN

Provides for payment of restitution for certain offenses committed where no other victim is seeking restitution and the municipality has expended funds

789

S5162C

SAVINO

Allows a change in retirement options for certain retired members with the consent of the nominated survivor beneficiary

798

S6998

SAVINO

Relates to employment, by municipalities, of persons with disabilities

808

S5363

FLANAGAN

Exempts school districts from the requirements of smart growth

812

S6768A

LAVALLE

Authorizes the commissioner of environmental conservation to undertake projects to protect national historic landmarks from shore erosion

813

S7216

GRISANTI

Relates to extending the authority of the department of environmental conservation to manage clams

816

S1511A

MARCELLINO

Prohibits the use of a hands-free mobile telephone by operators of motor vehicles who hold a learner's permit or a class DJ or MJ license

820

S3726

FLANAGAN

Increases limitation on certain highway expenses in the town of Brookhaven, Suffolk county

821

S3727

FLANAGAN

Relates to the limitation on highway expenses in the town of Smithtown

830

S7255

VALESKY

Relates to guidelines for local area agencies on aging relating to assistance for informal caregivers

831

S1484B

MARCELLINO

Increases the maximum fine for the misdemeanor of abandonment of animals to $2,000

833

S1978

ROBACH

Includes certain veterans in the definition of resident as it relates to community colleges and state-aided four-year colleges

834

S2090A

GRIFFO

Repeals provision that volunteer firefighters and ambulance workers who receive a real property tax exemption for service may not receive the income tax credit; repealer

835

S2233A

GRIFFO

Creates the resultsNY.gov website

839

S3558D

GRIFFO

Provides for the licensing of licensed orientation and mobility specialists and vision rehabilitation therapists

841

S3651A

LAVALLE

Extends the solar energy system equipment tax credit carryover period

842

S3774

LANZA

Requires the replacement of lighting ballasts and lighting fixtures in buildings in New York City constructed between 1950 and 1978 that are used as schools

844

S4331

YOUNG

Increases from 50 to 100 acres, the acreage of farm woodland that qualifies as land used in agricultural production for agricultural assessment purposes

878

S1998

CARLUCCI

Expands the definition of clerical error

893

S129

PERALTA

Prohibits the criminal sale of forged instruments

928

S1051

MAZIARZ

Changes the eligibility dates for a military service recognition scholarship to include certain conflicts

930

S5143

RANZENHOFER

Provides for additional veteran real property owner exemption where veterans otherwise eligible but not discharged from a current combat duty status

940

S3572A

SEWARD

Relates to exempting certain veterans organizations from tax on non-highway diesel motor fuel used for heating purposes

953

S6160

MARCHIONE

Relates to the issuance of a New York State Korean War Service Medal

954

S6161

MARCHIONE

Relates to the issuance of a New York State Vietnam War Service Medal

1008

S4136A

LANZA

Relates to real property tax exemptions for disabled veterans

1010

S6429

GALLIVAN

Authorizes a real property tax exemption for certain persons with active military service of the United States and active duty reservists

1014

S7617A

SKELOS

Provides that veterans who hold either a federal Golden Access Passport or federal Access Pass shall be granted use of public campsites, parks and other public places of recreation free of charge