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Alternate correctional facilities operating fund
Correction (COR) CHAPTER 43, ARTICLE 4-B
§ 89-h. Alternate correctional facilities operating fund. 1. There is
hereby established in the joint custody of the state comptroller and the
commissioner of taxation and finance a special revenue fund to be known
as the alternate correctional facilities operating fund.

2. Such fund shall consist of all moneys received by the commissioner
pursuant to the operation agreement and all monies received pursuant to
section eighty-nine-l of this article. Any interest accruing on amounts
deposited in this fund shall be credited to this fund by the state
comptroller and shall reduce the amounts the city of New York would
otherwise be obligated to pay pursuant to this article. Upon
termination of the operation agreement, any balance in the fund less any
amount due from the city of New York hereunder shall be paid to the city
of New York within sixty days.

3. In the event that any amounts owed by the city of New York pursuant
to section eighty-nine-g of this article are not paid to the
commissioner within thirty days of the time such payment is due, the
commissioner shall certify the unpaid amount to the state comptroller
and the comptroller shall, to the extent not otherwise prohibited by law
and subject to any other provision of law providing for withholding of
payments to the city of New York which shall take precedence over this
subdivision, withhold any such unpaid amount from the next succeeding
payments of state aid or local assistance otherwise payable to the city
of New York. The amounts so withheld by the comptroller shall be
deposited by the comptroller to the fund established by this section.

4. All payments from this account shall be made on the audit of the
comptroller on vouchers certified or approved by the commissioner or an
employee of the department designated by the commissioner.