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Senate Report on Executive Public Protection and General Government Budget

Senate Report on Executive Public Protection and General Government Budget

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Report of the Senate Finance Committee on the SFY 2008-09 Executive Public Protection and General Government Budget.
Report of the Senate Finance Committee on the SFY 2008-09 Executive Public Protection and General Government Budget.

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REPORT OF THE SENATE FINANCECOMMITTEE ON THE SFY 2008-09EXECUTIVE PUBLIC PROTECTION ANDGENERAL GOVERNMENT BUDGET
 
 
REPORT OF THE SENATE FINANCE COMMITTEEON THE SFY 2008-09 EXECUTIVEPUBLIC PROTECTION AND GENERAL GOVERNMENT BUDGET
Division of Alcoholic Beverage Control
The Senate modifies the Executive’s recommendation by eliminating
a proposed fundingincrease of $318,000. Therefore, the Senate recommends All Funds appropriations of $17.2 million,an increase of $200,000 or 1.2 percent from SFY 2007-08 levels.
 Article VII Proposal:
The Senate proposes legislation authorizing the State Liquor Authority to issue a temporaryretail permit to applicants with a pending license.
Department of Audit and Control
The Senate concurs
with the Executive’s recommendation
of $358.7 million to support theactivities of the Comptroller, an increase of $5.2 million or 1.5 percent from SFY 2007-08 levels.The Senate supports additional funding for state investigations and investigators of school districtactivities.
Division of the Budget
The Senate modifies the Executive’s recommendation as follows:
 Reduce the Budget Division Program by $150,000 to reflect the elimination of funding forthe Law Revision Commission through the Division. The Commission will now be fundedthrough the Department of State.Reject contractual services funding of $2 million for a financial services contract to evaluate
the Executive’s proposed privatization of the New York State Lottery.
Reduce funding for the multi-year Financial Management System project by $20 million.Therefore, the Senate recommends All Funds appropriations of $77.1 million for theDivision, a decrease of $22.1 million or 29.4 percent from SFY 2007-08 levels.
 
 
Capital Defenders Office
The Senate concurs with the Executive’s All Funds recommendation of $326,000, a decrease
of $932,000 or 71 percent from SFY 2007-08 levels.
 
Department of Civil Service
The Senate concurs with the Executive’s All Funds recommendation of $68
million, anincrease of $3.4 million or 5.3 percent from SFY 2007-08 levels.
 Article VII Proposals:
The Senate rejects the Executive’s proposal to authorize the Department of Civil Service to
recover costs associated with administering civil service exams from the New York CityDepartment of Citywide Administrative Services. This action provides $550,000 in fiscalrelief to New York City.
The Senate accepts the Executive’s
proposal authorizing the president of Civil Service tocreate a 60 day amnesty period for New York State health insurance policy holders tovoluntarily terminate coverage for ineligible dependents without subjection to disciplinaryactions.The Senate advances legislation to provide a dedicated fund for occupational safety andhealth training and education and the occupational health clinic program, as well as indexingfuture increases pursuant to a revised formula under workers compensation law.
Consumer Protection Board
The Senate modifies the Execu
tive’s recommendation by rejecting two new full time
equivalent positions for a savings of $105,000. Therefore, the Senate recommends All Fundsappropriations of $4.9 million, an increase of $555,000 or 12.5 percent from SFY 2007-08 levels.
State Commission of Correction
The Senate concurs with the Executive’s All Funds recommendation of $2.8 million
, anincrease of $162,000 or six percent from SFY 2007-08 levels.
 
Department of Correctional Services
The Senate concurs with the Executive’s All Funds recommendation of $3 billion, an
increase of $67 million or two percent from SFY 2007-08 levels, with the following modifications:
 

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