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Policy Advice 2011 12 Executive Budget

Policy Advice 2011 12 Executive Budget

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POLICY ADVICE2011-12 EXECUTIVE BUDGET3-WAYOPEN ISSUES COMPARISON MATRIX
ENVIRONMENT/ENERGYItem Executive Assembly Senate
Position
Position
Position
EPFProposed EPF No change to Executive Agrees to $134mappropriations totalingproposal. bottom line, but makes$134m.carve outs inWaterfront, MuniParks andStewardship;reductions
in
MuniParks and Albany PineBush; and addedapprops for Beaconand Breast Cancerand EnvironmentalRisk Factors (BCERF)
1
Compromise(If any)
Since Executive andAssembly are
in
agreement
on
Executive Budgetapprops,recommendation isto continue tooppose all Senatechanges. Chamberindicates Beaconwill be negotiated ata higher table.BCERF is notneeded as the grantrecipient (Cornell)indicates that theyare not interested incontinuing project.
 
Item
Executive AssemblySenateCompromisePositionPosition Position
(If
any)
Ma
rine
fishing
E x ~
'
c u
t
i v e 
opposesPosition
~ ! 1d
. f
n ~ . 
Senate proposes toRecommendation islicensing
r e t : ) e ~ f . 
repeal
marine fishing
to
oppose the
licenses,
establish
a
Senate proposal.
saltwater fishing
Federal
governmentregistry
outside
the
requires
States
to
context
of
a licensing maintajn a registry.process
and
refund
Absent licenselifetime marine
revenues,
the costlicensing.Would costof maintaining
the
State $1.9 million
in
registry
and
annual
SRO revenues;
suppo.
rting
other
$1.4
mmion
of
Federal
marine activities
aid.
now funded
with the
revenues
would
have to
be
accommodated
by
significant
CQt$
in
other pr
ograms.
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Item
Executive
Assembly
Senate
CompromisePositionPositionPosition(Ifany)
Public Service Executive opposes due Did not includeSenate one-house billTemporary 18-a to significant revenueproposal in one-houseproposes to accelerate.Assessment(Senate loss. bill.the expiration of theproposal)temporary 18-aassessment from
,
3/31/14
to
3/31/12,
which would producea $265m loss
of
Staterevenue
in
2011-12.However, Senate staffhas advisedthattheywould change thistiming to eliminate the2011-12 loss.Consequently,revenue loss would be$529m
in
2012-13 and$265m
in
2013-14.
NYSERDA
ExecutiveincludesthisRejected ArticleVII Accepts ArticJe
VU
Supports NYSER.OAassessment (PartArticle VII
annually,
corporate staff:
addTEDQ)
which authorizes angrants for
resid¢ritlaf
assessment
to
fund
I
and effICiency
ERDA R&D
and
energy
projects andanalysis,
at
a value
of
I
research.$16.23
m i J ~ o n 
annually
..
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