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Resolution Master 3-13-14 5.10pm

Resolution Master 3-13-14 5.10pm

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State Operations (S.6350-B)

The Senate concurs with the Executive’s All Funds Recommendation of $486.27 million.

Aid To Localities (S.6353-B)

The Senate modifies the Executive’s All Funds Recommendation of $3.31 billion, as follows:
The Senate restores or adds funding to the following General Fund programs:
o $132 million for child care subsidies and expansion of the Child Care Facilitated
Enrollment program;
o $500,000 for additional child care subsidies to Monroe County;
o $5 million for post adoption services;
o $2.57 million for Child Advocacy Centers;
o $3.5 million for Healthy Families, NY;
o $1.3 million for Youth Development Programs;
o $254,000 for Runaway and Homeless Youth Act programs;
o $3.65 million for Safe Harbour;
o $1.75 million for Community Reinvestment;
o $750,000 for NYS Alliance of Boys and Girls Clubs;
o $1.28 million for 211;
o $35,000 for Helen Keller – CORE Program;
o $75,000 for National Federation for the Blind – Newsline;

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o $100,000 for Healthy Parenting and Mentoring program of WAIT House;
o $350,000 for Yeled V’Yalda Early Childhood Center;
o $1 million for local community services programs; and
o $500,000 for Youth Services Grants.

The Senate denies the proposal to:
o Increase $5.14 million for Close to Home services;

Capital Projects (S.6354-B)

The Senate concurs with the Executive’s All Funds Recommendation of $37.68 million.

Article VII Proposals (S.6356-B)

PART L, Subpart A: The Senate accepts the Executive’s proposal to authorizes OCFS to contract
with the Boards of Cooperative Educational Services (BOCES) to provide any and all educational
services at OCFS youth facilities that BOCES provides to school districts. Currently, OCFS may
contract with BOCES only for special education services.
PART L, Subpart B: The Senate denies the Executive’s proposal to extends the authority of OCFS
to identify and close juvenile justice facilities under the Close to Home initiative (60 day notice of
closure waiver) from September 1, 2014 to April 30, 2015.
PART HH: The Senate advances legislation to require child day care providers to post a copy of
the most recent inspection report.
PART LL: The Senate advances legislation to establish the Facilitated Enrollment program as a
permanent program with authorization to: expand its child care subsidy services statewide; expand
enrollment to include families with incomes up to 400% of the federal poverty level; and cap
family co-payments. $132 million is appropriated in FY 2015, increasing to $182 million in FY
2016 for these additional child care subsidies.

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