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AID TO LOCALITIES

five--eighty-six school year. Each such school district, during the period commencing with the effective date of this act and ending on August thirty-first, nineteen hundred eighty-five, may expend monies for authorized school district purposes in an amount not to exceed the amount expended by such school district during the last two months of the nineteen hundred eighty-four--eighty-five school year.

$ 60. Paragraph one of subdivision 8 of section twelve of chapter two hundred eighty of the laws of nineteen hundred seventy-eight relating to the adoption of school district budgets, as amended by chapter fiftythree of the laws of nineteen hundred eighty-four, is amended to read as follows:

(1) For the school years nineteen hundred seventy-nine--eighty and thereafter, the advances due each applicable district or city shall be computed as follows: for nineteen hundred seventy-nine--eighty, one hundred percent of the nineteen hundred seventy-eight--seventy-nine advance;

for nineteen hundred eighty--eighty-one, one hundred percent of the nineteen hundred seventy-eight--seventy-nine advance; for nineteen hundred eighty-one--eighty-two, one hundred percent of the nineteen hundred seventy-eight--seventy-nine advance; for nineteen hundred eightytwo--eighty-three, one hundred percent of the nineteen hundred seventyeight--seventy-nine advance; for nineteen hundred eighty-three--eightyfour, one hundred percent of the nineteen hundred seventy-eight--seventy nine advance; for nineteen hundred eighty-four--eighty-five, one hundred percent of the nineteen hundred seventy-eight--seventy-nine advance; for nineteen hundred eighty-five--eighty-six, [seventy-five] one hundred percent of the nineteen hundred seventy-eight--seventy-nine advance; for nineteen hundred eighty-six--eighty-seven, [fifty] seventy-five percent of the nineteen hundred seventy-eight--seventy-nine advance; for the nineteen hundred eighty-seven--eighty-eight [twenty-five] fifty percent of the nineteen hundred seventy-eight--seventy-nine advance; for nineteen hundred eighty-eight--eighty-nine twenty-five percent of the nineteen hundred seventy-eight--seventy-nine advance; for nineteen hundred eighty-nine--ninety and thereafter, no advance.

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§ 61. In addition to apportionments otherwise provided by section thirty-six hundred two of the education law, for aid payable in the school year nineteen hundred eighty-five--eighty-six, there shall be paid to the city school district of the city of New York two million one hundred seventy-five thousand dollars, to the Buffalo city school district four million seven hundred seventy-five thousand dollars, to the Rochester city school district four million five hundred thousand dollars, to the Syracuse city school district two million dollars, to the Yonkers city school district three million five hundred dollars, to the Newburgh city school district three hundred seventy-five thousand dollars, to the Poughkeepsie city school district three hundred seventyfive thousand dollars, to the Mount Vernon city school district three hundred seventy-five thousand dollars, and to the New Rochelle city school district three hundred seventy-five thousand dollars, for the purposes of the development, maintenance or expansion of magnet schools and magnet school programs.

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§ 62. The state finance law is amended by adding a new section ninetytwo-a to read as follows:

5 92-a. Education accumulation revolving account. 1. There is hereby established in the joint custody of the comptroller and the commissioner of taxation and finance a special account, to be known as the education accumulation revolving account. Such account shall be established and accounted for by the comptroller in the miscellaneous state special revenue fund as established by the comptroller pursuant to section seventy-one of this article.

2. Such account shall consist of all moneys transferred or credited thereto from any other fund or source pursuant to law. Any moneys in such account may

be invested by the comptroller pursuant to section ninety-eight-e of this article and any income from such investment shall be credited to the state purposes account of the general fund.

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3. Moneys in the account shall be used only for the payment of education aid to school districts and boards, of cooperative educational vices during the calendar quarter beginning on April first of each year in accordance with section thirty-six hundred nine of the education law, as from time to time amended.

4. In the budget bills accompanying the budget for each state fiscal year beginning on or after Apríl first, nineteen hundred eighty-six but prior to April first, two thousand seven, the governor shall recommend an appropriation to be made to the account established by this section during the ensu ing fiscal year from any moneys in the general fund to the credit of the local assistance account. The amount of such

recommended appropriation shall be an amount that the governor determines to be appropriate based on the economic condition of the state at such time, his prognosis as to the condition of the state economy during the ensuing fiscal year, his estimates of all the state expenditures that

necessary to be made for other purposes during the ensuing fiscal year, and his projections of all the revenues and moneys that are likely to be available therefor. No moneys shall be paid into such fund until a certificate of approval by the director of the budget has been filed with the chairmen of the senate finance committee and the assembly ways and means committee.

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5. Notwithstaning* the provisions of subdivision four of this section, the governor may, for any state fiscal year covered by subdivision four of this section, submit budget bills that do not contain an appropriation to the account established by this section if he determines that an extraordinary circumstance exists such that recommending such an appropriation would not be in the best interests of the people of the state. of New York.

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$ 63. The sum of five hundred thousand dollars ($500,000), or much thereof as may be necessary, is hereby appropriated out of the general fund for

the purposes of carrying out the provisions of section

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forty-four of chapter fifty-three of

of the laws of nineteen hundred eighty-one relating to the local assistance budget.

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of five hundred thousand dollars ($500,000), or so much thereof as may be necessary, is hereby appropriated out of the general fund for the purposes of carrying out the provisions of section fortyfive of chapter fifty-three of the laws of nineteen hundred eighty-one relating to the local assistance budget.

§ 64. If any clause, sentence, paragraph, section or part of this act shall be adjudged by any court of competent jurisdiction to be invalid, such judgment shall not affect, impair or invalidate the remainder thereof, but shall be confined in its operation to the clause, sentence, paragraph, section or part thereof directly involved in the controversy in which such judgment shall have been rendered.

§ 65. This act shall take effect immediately, and shall be deemed in full force and effect as of April first, nineteen hundred eighty-five, except that sections four through sixty-three shall take effect July first, nineteen hundred eighty-five.

REPEAL NOTE. -Section sixteen hundred eight-a of the education law proposed to be repealed by this act provides for long range plans for common school districts. Section seventeen hundred sixteen-a of such law proposed to be repealed by this act provides for long range plans for union free school districts. Subdivision fifteen of section nineteen hundred fifty of such law proposed to be repealed by this act provides for staff development for boards of cooperative educational services. Paragraph h of subdivision one of section thirty-six hundred two of such law proposed to be repealed by this act defines evening school pupils for the purposes of the apportionment of state aid to schools. Subdivision twenty of such section thirty-six hundred two provides low income supplemental school aid. Subdivision twenty-seven of such section thirty-six hundred two proposed to be repealed by this act provides for staff development for school districts.

STATE OF NEW YORK-EXECUTIVE CHAMBER

April 17, 1985

To the Senate:

I hereby transmit, pursuant to the provisions of Section 7 of Article IV and Section 4 of article VII of the Constitution, a statement of items objected to and not approved, contained in Senate Bill Number 1054-A, entitled:

"AN ACT in relation to the aid to localities budget; to amend the education law, in relation to state aid to local school districts; to amend the state finance law in relation to the education accumulation revolving account; to amend chapter five hundred seven of the laws of nineteen hundred seventy-four, relating

relating to providing for the apportionment of state moneys to certain nonpublic schools and to reimburse them for their expenses in certain cases; and to amend chapter two hundred eighty of the laws of nineteen hundred seventy-eight relating to the adoption of school district budgets, in relation to advances due certain school districts and cities; and to amend chapter fifty-three of the laws of nineteen hundred eighty, relating to the local assistance budget and chapter fifty-three of the laws of nineteen hundred seventy-nine, relating to the local assistance budget, and chapter fifty-three of the laws of nineteen hundred eighty-one relating to the local assistance budget, and chapter four hundred nineteen of the laws of nineteen hundred eighty-two, relating to state aid to local school districts, and chapter fifty-three of the laws of nineteen hundred eighty-three, relating to the local assistance budget and chapter fifty-three

fifty-three of the laws of nineteen hundred eighty-four relating to the local assistance budget; in relation to the effective dates thereof; repealing certain provisions of the education law relating thereto and making appropriations therefor"

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Bill Page 34, line 14 through 47, beginning with "The" and ending with

"programs.", inclusive

NOT APPROVED

DIVISION OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE SERVICES

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"The commissioner of the division of criminal justice services shall report

the chairmen of the senate finance and senate codes committees and to the chairmen of the assembly ways and means and assembly codes committees by December 1, 1985 and annually thereafter on the operation and effectiveness of the target crime initiative program. Such report shall include detailed information, as feasible, regarding (1) the allocation of this appropriation by county and by component; (2) the cases adjudicated pursuant

to this program, including the original charge, final disposition, sentence, if any,

the processing time; (3) the type of defense representation for each case processed under this program, be it Legal Aid Society, Assigned Counsel, Public Defender or Retained Counsel; (4) measures of effectiveness of this program in expediting the prosecution and securing a conviction of recidivists and of serious violent offenders; and (5) the results of needs as

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This language, to which I object and do not approve, limits the interchange authority of the Budget Director beyond the provisions of the State Finance Law and hampers his ability to react to changed program requirements. Moreover, the intent of portions of this language is unclear.

Bill Page 39, line 15 through 17, beginning with ". Expenditure" and

ending with "1985", inclusive

NOT APPROVED

DIVISION OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE SERVICES

Expenditure of these funds shall be pursuant to a chapter of the laws of 1985"

Bill Page 39, line 34 through 36, beginning with ". Expenditure" and

ending with "1985", inclusive

NOT APPROVED

". Expenditure of these funds shall be pursuant to a chapter of the laws of 1985"

This language, to which I object and do not approve, would cause delay in the development of a State application for Federal justice assistance since such an application could not be prepared until after a bill has passed the Legislature and been approved by the Governor.

Furthermore, such bill required the State's application to be in a form unacceptable to Federal authorities, correction of the problem would be further delayed.

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