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Public Authorities (PBA) CHAPTER 43-A, ARTICLE 8, TITLE 4-B
§ 1699-h. Reports. The board of directors of the dormitory authority
shall report on progress in implementing the succession of the medical
care facilities finance agency and the facilities development
corporation into the dormitory authority by March first, nineteen
hundred ninety-six and shall issue a final report on September first,
nineteen hundred ninety-six. Such reports shall be provided to the chair
and ranking minority member of the senate finance committee and the
chair and ranking minority member of the assembly ways and means
committee. Such report shall include, but not be limited to, the
following information:

1. Operational, financial, procedural and organizational improvements
obtained or planned as a result of the succession;

2. The source and amount of each reserve fund or account, pledged and
unpledged, held by the agency or authority on March thirty-first,
nineteen hundred ninety-five and on March thirty-first, nineteen hundred
ninety-six with an explanation of the differences in amounts within each
fund or account including identification of the amounts transferred to
the state's general fund;

3. The impact, if any, on any programs and/or projects affected by
such succession;

4. A list of positions affected by the succession, including but not
limited to, positions of the housing finance agency estimated to have
spent more than fifty percent of their time performing duties for the
medical care facilities finance agency. Such list shall identify those
positions transferred to the dormitory authority under provisions of
this chapter and shall include each dormitory authority position's or
transferred position's bargaining unit, if any, civil service status, if
any, and job title; and

5. Legislative proposals to achieve further operational, financial,
procedural and organizational improvements.