Governor's Proposed 2022-2023 Article VII Bill

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Enacts into law major components of legislation necessary to implement the state public protection and general government budget for the 2022-2023 state fiscal year; repeals the supervision fee paid by individuals who are in a supervised release program (Part D); authorizes the department of corrections and community supervision access to certain records (Part E); requires members of the state parole board to devote their full time to the duties of their office and hold no other salaried public position (Part F); suspends the transfer of monies into the New York state emergency services revolving loan fund from the public safety communications account for the state fiscal years 2022--2023 and 2023--2024 (Part G); increases the reimbursement awarded for certain items of essential personal property (Part I); extends certain provisions relating to value limitations on certain emergency contracts (Part J); allows a municipality or community board to elect to receive notice by email (Part K); makes certain provisions regarding liquidator's permits and temporary retail permits permanent (Part M); provides for the boundaries of election districts and the designation of polling places on college campuses (Part O); permits retail licensees for on-premises consumption of alcohol to sell and deliver alcoholic beverages for off-premises consumption (Part P); expands eligibility for shift pay differentials (Part U); provides for aid and incentives provided to towns and villages (Part X); relates to the financing of a certain litigation liability by the city of Long Beach (Part CC); relates to the operation of other businesses on a licensed farm manufacturing premises (Part DD); allows for the sale of liquor and/or wine for off-premises consumption on Christmas day (Part EE); authorizes the issuance of on-premises licenses and permits to certain veterans' organizations with a police officer serving as an officer of such organization (Part FF); creates a 21 member temporary state commission to examine reforms to the alcoholic beverage control law in order to modernize the alcohol industry in New York state (Part GG); provides paid postage for absentee ballots, if requested (Part HH); extends provisions related to the operation and administration of the legislature (Part II); establishes a legislative commission on the future of the Long Island Power Authority (Part JJ); authorizes fees and charges for emergency medical services; provides for the repeal of certain provisions upon expiration thereof (Part KK); enacts the Nassau county transparency and accountability act of 2022 requiring the Nassau county interim finance authority to conduct audits of certain entities in Nassau county and to investigate possible violations of the public authorities law (Part LL).


  • Introduced
  • In Committee
  • On Floor Calendar
    • Passed Senate
    • Passed Assembly
  • Delivered to Governor
  • Signed by Governor

April 09, 2022

Signed by Governor

Sponsor:

Enacts into law major components of legislation necessary to implement the state transportation, economic development and environmental conservation budget for the 2022-2023 state fiscal year; relates to providing for mass transportation payments, in relation to the amount of payments in the Capital District Transportation District; adds Montgomery County to such District (Part E); relates to the electronic submission and public posting of bids for New York state thruway authority construction, reconstruction and improvement contracts (Part F); increases the statutory threshold for mandatory use of design-build by the metropolitan transportation authority (Part H); relates to procurements conducted by the metropolitan transportation authority and the New York city transit authority (Part I); relates to the New York transit authority and the metropolitan transportation authority, in relation to extending authorization for tax increment financing for the metropolitan transportation authority (Part J); relates to establishing the accident prevention course internet technology pilot program, in relation to the effectiveness thereof (Part O); relates to increasing certain motor vehicle transaction fees, in relation to the effectiveness thereof; relates to the costs of the department of motor vehicles, in relation to the effectiveness thereof (Part P); establishes an identification card program; waives non-driver identification application fees for incarcerated individuals (Part Q); requires all state agencies to update all applicable forms and data systems to include a gender "x" option (Part R); authorizes the disclosure of records for the public service loan forgiveness program (Part S); relates to the pilot program for entertainment industry employees and the pilot program for displaced workers; relates to the New York state health insurance continuation assistance demonstration project, in relation to the effectiveness thereof (Part T); relates to brownfield opportunity areas (Part U); authorizes certain health care professionals licensed to practice in other jurisdictions to practice in this state in connection with the Winter World University Games; provides for the repeal of such provisions upon expiration thereof (Part X); relates to the powers of the New York state urban development corporation to make loans, in relation to extending loan powers (Part Y); extends the authority of the New York state urban development corporation to administer the empire state economic development fund (Part Z); amends the infrastructure investment act, in relation to requiring project labor agreements when undertaking certain authorized projects, and in relation to the effectiveness thereof; authorizes, for certain public works undertaken pursuant to project labor agreements, use of the alternative delivery method known as design-build contracts, in relation to the definition of authorized entity, and in relation to the effectiveness thereof (Part AA); relates to the excelsior linked deposit program (Part BB); creates the small business seed funding grant program (Part CC); relates to the powers and duties of the dormitory authority of the state of New York relative to the establishment of subsidiaries for certain purposes, in relation to the effectiveness thereof (Part DD); relates to the cannabis social equity fund (Part II); repeals certain provisions of law relating to fiber optic cable (Part JJ); t removes a program cap and allows funding of the solid waste mitigation program's inactive landfill initiative (Part KK); relates to eligibility for participation in the brownfield cleanup program, assignment of the brownfield redevelopment tax credits and brownfield opportunity areas; relates to brownfield redevelopment tax credits, remediated brownfield credit for real property taxes for qualified sites and environmental remediation insurance credits, in relation to the effectiveness thereof (Part LL); extends the waste tire management fee; conforms the applicable administrative provisions to article 28 of the tax law (Part MM); authorizes the creation of state debt in the amount of three billion dollars, in relation to creating the environmental bond act of 2022 "restore mother nature" for the purposes of environmental improvements that preserve, enhance, and restore New York's natural resources and reduce the impact of climate change; provides for the submission to the people of a proposition or question therefor to be voted upon at the general election to be held in November, 2022, in relation to creating the Clean Water, Clean Air, and Green Jobs Environmental Bond Act of 2022 (Part NN); relates to the implementation of the environmental bond act of 2022 "restore mother nature", in relation to renaming such act the "clean water, clean air, and green jobs environmental bond act of 2022" (Part OO); increases the transfer amount from the real estate transfer tax to the environmental protection fund (Part PP); relates to freshwater wetlands; (Part QQ); relates to the water pollution control revolving fund (Part UU); relates to the vessel surcharge (Part WW); relates to river regulating district payment of taxes on lands owned by the state (Part XX); relates to the powers, functions and duties of the state council of parks, recreation and historic preservation and the regional park, recreation and historic preservation commissions (Part YY); authorizes the energy research and development authority to finance a portion of its research, development and demonstration, policy and planning, and Fuel NY program, as well as climate change related expenses of the department of environmental conservation and the department of agriculture and markets' Fuel NY program, from an assessment on gas and electric corporations (Part AAA); authorizes utility and cable television assessments that provide funds to the department of health from cable television assessment revenues and to the department of agriculture and markets, department of environmental conservation, department of state, and the office of parks, recreation and historic preservation from utility assessment revenues; provides for the repeal of such provisions upon the expiration thereof (Part BBB); authorizes the power authority of the state of New York to enter into agreements with state instrumentalities and municipal entities for the use of excess capacity in its broadband technologies and infrastructure (Part FFF); establishes the commercial driver's license (CDL) class A young adult training program (Part GGG); expands the Restore New York's Communities Initiative (Part HHH); requires assessments to defray operating expenses on persons regulated by the department of financial services that engage in virtual currency business activity (Part III); requires the department of taxation and finance contract with an economic impact firm for the purposes of conducting an independent, comprehensive, analysis of each tax credit, tax deduction, and tax incentive (Part JJJ); enhances the state's flood mitigation and coastal resiliency activities (Part KKK); requires the metropolitan transportation authority to publish certain data relating to capital programs on the authority's website (Part LLL); enacts the "working to implement reliable and equitable deployment of broadband act (WIRED broadband act)" (Part MMM); relates to the reporting of economic development benefits and establishing a searchable state subsidy and aggregate economic development benefits database (Part NNN).


  • Introduced
  • In Committee
  • On Floor Calendar
    • Passed Senate
    • Passed Assembly
  • Delivered to Governor
  • Signed by Governor

April 09, 2022

Signed by Governor

Sponsor:

Enacts into law major components of legislation necessary to implement the state education, labor, housing and family assistance budget for the 2022-2023 state fiscal year; relates to school contracts for excellence; relates to foundation aid; provides for maintenance of equity aid; requires every local educational agency receiving funding from the elementary and secondary school emergency relief fund allocated by the American rescue plan act of 2021 to post on its website a plan by school year of how such funds will be expended; provides for building aid regarding the New York state energy research and development authority P-12 schools clean green schools initiative; relates to transportation contract penalties; modifies the length of school sessions; relates to academic enhancement aid; relates to supplemental public excess cost aid; relates to high tax aid; extends the statewide universal full-day pre-kindergarten program; relates to universal prekindergarten expansions; relates to the lunch meal state subsidy; relates to certain provisions related to the 1994-95 state operations, aid to localities, capital projects and debt service budgets; relates to conditional appointment of school district, charter school or BOCES employees; relates to the provision of supplemental educational services, attendance at a safe public school and the suspension of pupils who bring a firearm to or possess a firearm at a school; relates to the implementation of the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001; extends authorization of the Roosevelt union free school district to finance deficits by the issuance of serial bonds; relates to contracts for the transportation of school children; provides for school bus driver training grants; provides for special apportionment for salary expenses; provides for special apportionment for public pension accruals; permits the city school district of the city of Rochester to make certain purchases from the board of cooperative educational services of the supervisory district serving its geographic region and extends such provisions; extends certain provisions relating to state aid to school districts and the appropriation of funds for the support of government; provides for set-asides from the state funds which certain districts are receiving from the total foundation aid; provides for support of public libraries (Part A); relates to implementing zero-emission school buses in school districts (Subpart A); creates a zero-emission bus roadmap to identify actions needed to meet fleet sales and conversion targets (Subpart B) (Part B); relates to state appropriations for reimbursement of tuition credits (Part D); expands the part-time tuition assistance program awards to include certain workforce credential programs (Part E); relates to eligibility and conditions for tuition assistance program awards (Part F); sets tuition rates charged by institutions for recipients of an excelsior scholarship (Part G); includes certain apprenticeships as eligible for the New York state college choice tuition savings program (Part H); relates to eligibility for child care assistance (Part L); extends the effectiveness of provisions relating to restructuring financing for residential school placements (Part M); extends certain funding for children and family services (Part N); provides that reimbursement for costs of social services districts for care provided to foster children in institutions, group residences, group homes, and agency operated boarding homes shall not be diminished (Part O); increases funding for the costs of maintenance and operation of certain local veterans' service agencies (Part R); increases the standards of monthly need for aged, blind and disabled persons (Part S); extends the authorization of the commissioner of social services with regards to the appointment of a temporary operator (Part T); relates to timeframes for determinations and adjustment criteria for public benefits recipients (Part U); utilizes reserves in the mortgage insurance fund for various housing purposes (Part Z); relates to providing language translation services (Part GG); waives approval and income limitations on retirees employed in a school district or a board of cooperative educational services (Part HH); extends the initial effectiveness of certain provisions relating to weekly employment insurance benefits for workers who are partially unemployed (Part JJ); directs the office of temporary disability assistance to conduct a public outreach program informing the public about the availability of existing and new utility assistance programs (Part KK); relates to the savings plan demonstration project in the city of New York; extends the effectiveness of certain provisions of law relating to such project (Part LL); relates to mortgage repayment liens for public assistance beneficiaries (Part MM); requires the state university of New York and the city university of New York to report on the hiring of faculty pursuant to any state funding appropriated for such purposes (Part NN); removes the existing two million dollar limit on the total annual cost of the Senator Patricia K. McGee nursing faculty scholarship program; removes the limit on the number of awards that may be given for the New York state young farmers loan forgiveness incentive program (Part OO); establishes the veterans' services law and the department of veterans' services; replaces all instances of the term "division of veterans services" with the term "department of veterans' services"; makes related conforming technical changes; repeals provisions relating to veterans' services and certain awards and medals (Part PP); creates a commission on ethics and lobbying in government (Part QQ); relates to gaming facility determinations and licensing (Part RR); enacts reforms related to public service performed during the COVID-19 pandemic; provides for the rate of member contributions between April 1, 2022 and April 1, 2024 (Part SS); relates to providing for reforms to Tier 5 and Tier 6 of the retirement system regarding vesting and eligibility for service retirement benefits (Part TT); relates to criminal justice reform; reduces the number of firearms sold as an element of criminal sale in the first and second degrees; provides that possession of three of more firearms is presumptive evidence of intent to sell (Subpart A); relates to appearance tickets issued to certain persons (Subpart B); relates to certain information the court must consider and take into account for securing an order (Subpart C); relates to certificates of compliance within the discovery process and remedies for failure to comply with a discovery order (Subpart D); relates to the statute of limitations and jurisdiction for juvenile delinquency proceedings; provides for community based treatment referrals (Subpart E); relates to release for mental health assessment and evaluation and involuntary commitment pending release (Subpart F); relates to certain reports for pre-trial release and detention; requires such reports to contain information relating to whether the people requested that the court fix bail, the amount and form of bail requested by the people, the court's ruling on such request, the form of bail set by the court and the court's stated reason for such ruling (Subpart G); extends Kendra's law; relates to assisted outpatient treatment orders (Subpart H) (Part UU); enacts the private activity bond allocation act of 2022 (Part VV); permits videoconferencing and remote participation in public meetings under certain circumstances (Part WW); relates to the minimum wage of home care aides (Part XX); confirms the intention of the legislature that certain provisions related to the Bills stadium are public and governmental purposes of the county of Erie for which real property tax exemption shall be allowed; provides a prohibition on relocation (Part YY); provides for health care and mental health care workers bonuses (Part ZZ); expands Medicaid eligibility for seniors and disabled individuals; expands Medicaid savings program eligibility (Part AAA); permits the commissioner of health to submit a waiver that expands eligibility for New York's basic health program and increases the federal poverty limit cap for basic health program eligibility from two hundred to two hundred fifty percent; allows pregnant individuals to be eligible for the basic health program and maintain coverage in the basic health program for one year post pregnancy and to deem a child born to an individual covered under the basic health program to be eligible for medical assistance; relates to cost-sharing obligations for certain services and supports; provides for the repeal of certain provisions upon the expiration thereof (Part BBB); includes expanded pre-natal and post-partum care as standard coverage when recommended by a physician or other health care practitioner (Part CCC); relates to the Child Health Plus Program and the Child Health Plus rate setting authority (Part DDD); extends provisions of law relating to discovery compensation; relates to monies allocated to the chief administrator of the courts and the division of criminal justice services for the purpose of completing certain reports (Part EEE); provides for the administration of certain funds and accounts related to the 2022-2023 budget, authorizing certain payments and transfers (Part FFF).


  • Introduced
  • In Committee
  • On Floor Calendar
    • Passed Senate
    • Passed Assembly
  • Delivered to Governor
  • Signed by Governor

April 09, 2022

Signed by Governor

Sponsor:

Enacts into law major components of legislation necessary to implement the state transportation, economic development and environmental conservation budget for the 2022-2023 state fiscal year; relates to providing for mass transportation payments, in relation to the amount of payments in the Capital District Transportation District; adds Montgomery County to such District (Part E); relates to the electronic submission and public posting of bids for New York state thruway authority construction, reconstruction and improvement contracts (Part F); increases the statutory threshold for mandatory use of design-build by the metropolitan transportation authority (Part H); relates to procurements conducted by the metropolitan transportation authority and the New York city transit authority (Part I); relates to the New York transit authority and the metropolitan transportation authority, in relation to extending authorization for tax increment financing for the metropolitan transportation authority (Part J); relates to establishing the accident prevention course internet technology pilot program, in relation to the effectiveness thereof (Part O); relates to increasing certain motor vehicle transaction fees, in relation to the effectiveness thereof; relates to the costs of the department of motor vehicles, in relation to the effectiveness thereof (Part P); establishes an identification card program; waives non-driver identification application fees for incarcerated individuals (Part Q); requires all state agencies to update all applicable forms and data systems to include a gender "x" option (Part R); authorizes the disclosure of records for the public service loan forgiveness program (Part S); relates to the pilot program for entertainment industry employees and the pilot program for displaced workers; relates to the New York state health insurance continuation assistance demonstration project, in relation to the effectiveness thereof (Part T); relates to brownfield opportunity areas (Part U); authorizes certain health care professionals licensed to practice in other jurisdictions to practice in this state in connection with the Winter World University Games; provides for the repeal of such provisions upon expiration thereof (Part X); relates to the powers of the New York state urban development corporation to make loans, in relation to extending loan powers (Part Y); extends the authority of the New York state urban development corporation to administer the empire state economic development fund (Part Z); amends the infrastructure investment act, in relation to requiring project labor agreements when undertaking certain authorized projects, and in relation to the effectiveness thereof; authorizes, for certain public works undertaken pursuant to project labor agreements, use of the alternative delivery method known as design-build contracts, in relation to the definition of authorized entity, and in relation to the effectiveness thereof (Part AA); relates to the excelsior linked deposit program (Part BB); creates the small business seed funding grant program (Part CC); relates to the powers and duties of the dormitory authority of the state of New York relative to the establishment of subsidiaries for certain purposes, in relation to the effectiveness thereof (Part DD); relates to the cannabis social equity fund (Part II); repeals certain provisions of law relating to fiber optic cable (Part JJ); t removes a program cap and allows funding of the solid waste mitigation program's inactive landfill initiative (Part KK); relates to eligibility for participation in the brownfield cleanup program, assignment of the brownfield redevelopment tax credits and brownfield opportunity areas; relates to brownfield redevelopment tax credits, remediated brownfield credit for real property taxes for qualified sites and environmental remediation insurance credits, in relation to the effectiveness thereof (Part LL); extends the waste tire management fee; conforms the applicable administrative provisions to article 28 of the tax law (Part MM); authorizes the creation of state debt in the amount of three billion dollars, in relation to creating the environmental bond act of 2022 "restore mother nature" for the purposes of environmental improvements that preserve, enhance, and restore New York's natural resources and reduce the impact of climate change; provides for the submission to the people of a proposition or question therefor to be voted upon at the general election to be held in November, 2022, in relation to creating the Clean Water, Clean Air, and Green Jobs Environmental Bond Act of 2022 (Part NN); relates to the implementation of the environmental bond act of 2022 "restore mother nature", in relation to renaming such act the "clean water, clean air, and green jobs environmental bond act of 2022" (Part OO); increases the transfer amount from the real estate transfer tax to the environmental protection fund (Part PP); relates to freshwater wetlands; (Part QQ); relates to the water pollution control revolving fund (Part UU); relates to the vessel surcharge (Part WW); relates to river regulating district payment of taxes on lands owned by the state (Part XX); relates to the powers, functions and duties of the state council of parks, recreation and historic preservation and the regional park, recreation and historic preservation commissions (Part YY); authorizes the energy research and development authority to finance a portion of its research, development and demonstration, policy and planning, and Fuel NY program, as well as climate change related expenses of the department of environmental conservation and the department of agriculture and markets' Fuel NY program, from an assessment on gas and electric corporations (Part AAA); authorizes utility and cable television assessments that provide funds to the department of health from cable television assessment revenues and to the department of agriculture and markets, department of environmental conservation, department of state, and the office of parks, recreation and historic preservation from utility assessment revenues; provides for the repeal of such provisions upon the expiration thereof (Part BBB); authorizes the power authority of the state of New York to enter into agreements with state instrumentalities and municipal entities for the use of excess capacity in its broadband technologies and infrastructure (Part FFF); establishes the commercial driver's license (CDL) class A young adult training program (Part GGG); expands the Restore New York's Communities Initiative (Part HHH); requires assessments to defray operating expenses on persons regulated by the department of financial services that engage in virtual currency business activity (Part III); requires the department of taxation and finance contract with an economic impact firm for the purposes of conducting an independent, comprehensive, analysis of each tax credit, tax deduction, and tax incentive (Part JJJ); enhances the state's flood mitigation and coastal resiliency activities (Part KKK); requires the metropolitan transportation authority to publish certain data relating to capital programs on the authority's website (Part LLL); enacts the "working to implement reliable and equitable deployment of broadband act (WIRED broadband act)" (Part MMM); relates to the reporting of economic development benefits and establishing a searchable state subsidy and aggregate economic development benefits database (Part NNN).


  • Introduced
  • In Committee
  • On Floor Calendar
    • Passed Senate
    • Passed Assembly
  • Delivered to Governor
  • Signed by Governor

April 09, 2022

Signed by Governor

Sponsor:

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