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state lottery fund as reimbursement for disbursements made from such fund for supplemental aid to education pursuant to section 92-c of the state finance law that are in excess of the amount deposited in such fund for such purposes pursuant to section 1612 of the tax law ...879,000,000

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For purposes of adjustments in medical assistance rates of

payments for voluntary non-profit or proprietary general hospitals eligible

eligible for a supplementary low income patient adjustment pursuant to subdivision 14-d of section 3807-C of

the

public health law. For purposes of this appropriation funds made available herein may be transferred to the department of social services local assistance account to be used for the purposes herein

5,000,000

MUNICIPAL ASSISTANCE STATE AID FUND

Fiduciary Funds
Municipal Assistance State Aid Fund

a

For payment pursuant to the provisions of section 92-e of

the state finance law as amended by chapter of the laws of 1992, to the municipal assistance corporation for the city of New York, to the extent required to comply with

agreements between such corporation and the holders of its notes and bonds and for the corporate purposes of such corporation, and, to the extent not required by such corporation for such purposes, to the city of New York, subject to the following limitations: i) that the first $0 not required by such corporation be refunded to the state of New York pursuant to a chapter of the laws of 1992; ii) that the amounts paid from this appropriation to such corporation and such city shall constitute the complete liquidation of the state's obligation for such purposes pursuant to section 54 of the state finance law; and iii) that in no event shall the maximum amount to be paid pursuant to this appropriation exceed the total revenues deposited in the municipal assistance state aid fund pursuant to the provisions of section 92-e of the state finance law

535,711,000

For prepayment to the municipal assistance corporatin for

the city of New York, to the extent required to comply with agreements between such corporation and holders of its notes and bonds and for the corporate purposes of

AID TO LOCALITIES - MISCELLANEOUS

MUNICIPAL ASSISTANCE STATE AID FUND--Cont.

such corporation, and, to the extent not required by such corporation for such purposes, to the city of New York for the support of local government. Such appropriation shall be available for payment up to and including March 31, 1993 and shall be for aid otherwise payable in state fiscal year 1993-94. Notwithstanding

any other provision of law, no moneys shall be made available for prepayment without an authorized certificate availability from the director of the budget

of

969,926, 151

MUNICIPAL ASSISTANCE TAX FUND

SPECIAL ACCOUNT FOR THE MUNICIPAL ASSISTANCE CORPORATION

FOR THE CITY OF NEW YORK

Fiduciary Funds
Municipal Assistance Tax Fund

For payment, pursuant to the provisions of section 92-d of

the state finance law, to the municipal assistance corporation for the city of New York, to the extent required to comply with the agreements between such corporation and the holders of its notes and bonds, and for the corporate purposes of such corporation, and, to the extent not required by such corporation for such purposes, for payment to the city of New York for support of local government, provided, however, that the maximum amount to be paid pursuant to this appropriation shall not exceed the total of the revenues derived from municipal assistance sales and compensating use taxes imposed by section 1107 of the tax law, less administrative costs as certified by the commissioner of taxation and finance, and

the

amount transferred from the stock transfer tax fund established pursuant to section 92-b of the state finance law

5,600,000,000

NOT-FOR-PROFIT SHORT TERM REVOLVING LOAN FUND

Fiduciary Funds
Not-For-Profit Revolving Loan Fund

4,080,000

For the purpose of making loans from the not-for-profit

short term revolving loan fund to eligible not-for

profit organizations The amount of $240,000 is appropriated for transfer from

the not-for-profit short term revolving loan fund to the general fund

fund of any moneys heretofore or hereinafter transferred from the general fund to the not-for-profit short term revolving loan fund in excess of $1,360,000

240,000

AID TO LOCALITIES

MISCELLANEOUS

PENSION SAVINGS OFFSET

Special Revenue Funds - Other
Miscellaneous Special Revenue Fund - 339
Pension Savings Offset Account

or

Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the state

comptroller shall reduce total payments pursuant to this chapter to each county and city by an amount equal to 17.5 percent of the savings to that county city resulting from

the

change, pursuant to chapter 210 of the laws of 1990, as amended by chapter 947 of the laws of 1990, to the projected unit credit method of actuarial funding for the New York state and local retire

ment systems. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the state

comptroller shall withhold disbursements of general purpose local government aid to each city equal to 17.5 percent of such total savings. And further provided that any such amounts

to be withheld from aid payments to cities shall be withheld from aid payments to be made on September 15, 1992 to each city. Such amounts withheld shall be paid to the pension savings offset account

of the miscellaneous special revenue fund established pur

suant to this chapter. Notwithstanding any other provision

provision of law, the state comptroller shall withhold general fund disbursements to each county beginning on September 15, 1992 and continuing until such time as the amount withheld from each county equals 17.5 percent of the total savings to that county. Such amounts withheld shall be paid to the pension savings offset account of the miscellaneous special revenue fund established pursuant to this chapter. At the end of each month, beginning in September 1992, the state comptroller will release the entire balance available in the pension savings offset account to the gen

eral fund. On before September 1, 1992, the state comptroller

shall provide a schedule to the director of the budget, the chairman of the senate finance committee and the chairman of the assembly ways and means committee which shall state the annual savings for each county or city. The savings for each county or city shall be defined the difference between the contribution to the New York state and local retirement systems due

before December 15, 1992 and the contribution which otherwise would have been due on or before December 15, 1992 absent the change to the projected unit credit method of actuarial funding. For purposes of this section, the contribution which would otherwise have been due on or before December 15, 1992 absent

the change to the projected unit credit funding method shall be calculated

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using the aggregate cost funding method and the
smoothing method that otherwise would have been used in
the fiscal year commencing April 1, 1988. The state
comptroller shall exclude any payments by each county or
city to the New York state public employees group

life insurance plan, the amount to be amortized or any portion thereof pursuant to sections 17-a and 317-a of the retirement and social security law, and any credits resulting from the enactment of sections 6 and 7 of chapter 210 of the laws of 1990, as amended by chapter 947 of the laws of 1990,

from calculation of such savings. The amount to be withheld for each county or city shall be calculated based upon the total savings from the New York state and local employees' retirement system and the New York state and local police and fire retirement system. Further provided, however, that for each county or city, such savings shall be calculated separately for the New York state and local employees' retirement system and the

New York state and local police and fire retirement system. For the purposes of this section, the total savings for each county or city is defined as the sum of the savings calculated for the New York state and local employees' retirement system, and the savings calculated for the New York state and local police and fire retirement system. If the total savings for any city or county is calculated to be less than zero, the total savings for that city county shall equal

for the purposes of the withholding specified by this section. The state comptroller shall notify the director of the

budget, the chairman of the senate finance committee and the chairman of the assembly ways and means committee of any such reduction and shall correct overpayments or underpayments to any county or city based on the December 1992 New York state and local retirement system billing

before March 31, 1993. Notwithstanding

any other provision of law to the contrary, a county may transfer the savings generated by the benefits derived from the projected unit credit actuarial method of funding retirement benefits to any fund or create an appropriation to offset the reduction in state general fund disbursements, provided however that a county may not transfer more than 17.5 percent of the total savings related to contributions for employees of a special

а special taxing district and that such transfers shall be made solely to effectuate the purposes of this

section. For transfer to the general fund on the audit and warrant of the state comptroller on vouchers certified

approved by the director of the division of the budget

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15,000,000

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For transfer to the general fund local assistance ac

count from funds received from the federal government for prior year claims filed under the federal medicaid voluntary contribution and provider-specific tax amendments of 1991

200,000,000

SCHOOL AND BUSINESS ALLIANCE

General Fund

Local Assistance Account

All state departments and agencies for projects related to

particular job opportunities for high school students, with particular emphasis placed on at-risk students, including not to exceed $85,000 for grants to local school districts for mentoring projects sponsored by the New York state mentoring program; provided further that the projects funded herein shall be developed through agreements between local school districts and other educational agencies reviewed for appropriateness by the commissioner of education for the

purposes of providing private sector employment to students who meet basic academic and attendance standards and graduate with employment skills. Such agreements shall be approved by the director of economic development and shall be in accordance with guidelines approved by

by the school and business alliance task force. Such agreements shall also identify nonstate sources of funding, including federal and private funds, and indicate the availability of

other sources of state funding for such projects. Notwithstanding the provisions any other general or

special law, no part of such appropriation shall be made available for the purposes designated until a certificate of approval of availability shall have been issued by the director of the budget and a copy of such certificate filed with the state comptroller, the chairman of the senate finance committee and the chairman of the assembly ways and means committee. Such certificate may be amended

from time to time, and a copy of each such amendment shall be filed with the state comptroller, the chairman of the senate finance committee and the chairman of the assembly ways and means committee

1,714,000

SENECA NATION LEASE SETTLEMENT FOR SALAMANCA

General Fund

Local Assistance Account

Notwithstanding any

trary, funds from

other provision of law to the conthis appropriation shall be made

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