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NYOpenGovernment consolidates information from a variety of existing public disclosure databases and made it available on this website. A “member item” is the colloquial term used to describe state funding allocated by legislators to community, civic, and public health initiatives in their home district. Beginning in 2010 member items have been removed from the state budget through the use of the Governor’s line-item veto power.Therefore, though some legacy spending continues and discretionary spending exists through other means, member items have not been reported since 2010. Member item data on NYOpenGovernment is for historical reference only.

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Project/Recipient Description Agency Funding Level House Date
Last updated: 02/08/2012
view Kings Majestic Corporation (dba 651 ARTS) 651 ARTS Cultural Programs and Services Parks $50,000.00 Senate Montgomery SFY 2009-2010
view Kings Majestic Corporation (dba 651 ARTS) 651 ARTS Cultural Programs and Services. Parks $10,000.00 Senate Brooklyn Delegation SFY 2008-2009
view Kings Majestic Corporation (dba 651 ARTS) 651 ARTS Cultural Programs and Services. Parks $10,000.00 Senate Brooklyn Delegation SFY 2007-2008
view Frederick Douglass Houses Senior Center 868 Amsterdam Avenue New York, NY 10025 DESCRIPTION OF PROJECT Grant requested to provide for senior citizen cultural enrichment program and increase the meal services provided to seniors at the Center. Aging $5,000.00 Senate Paterson SFY 2006-2007
view CITY OF CANANDAIGUA 911 WIRELESS SYSTEM. DEPARTMENT OF STATE $5,000.00 Assembly Kolb SFY 2006-2007
view UNITED JEWISH COUNCIL OF THE EAST SIDE, INC. A 1000 MEMBER SENIOR DISCOUNT CARD CLUB RUN IN CONJUNCTION WITH OVER 30 MERCHANTS. IN-STATE TRIPS, RECREATIONAL AND EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS TARGETING DISADVANTAGED SENIORS, ADOLESCENTS AND FAMILIES. TELEPHONE REASSURANCE PROGRAM DURING EVENING HOURS TARGETING HOMEBOUND SENIORS. AN OUTREACH PROGRAM TO EDUCATE COMMUNITY ON AVAILABLE PROGRAMS (ONGOING). DEPARTMENT OF STATE $194,000.00 Assembly Silver SFY 2006-2007
view Sunset Park District Management Association A 15-block street festival which draws about 30,000|attendees from all over the city. It is a showcase time for the business district. The BID|offers a free petting zoo, cotton candy, popcorn and all day live entertainment on at least|2 stages. Aside from local talent, several big name artists usually perform. Radio|stations often broadcast their show from the festival. Throughout the fair are rides, games|and bargains. Outside vendors selling food and goods from many nations, along with the|local business owners, give visitors a chance to enjoy Sunset Park.| Department of State $3,000.00 Senate Montgomery SFY 2006-2007
view Exponents A 501(c)3 minority-led organization|dedicated to improving the quality of life of individuals affected by drug addiction,|incarceration, and HIV/AIDS.| Education $1,000.00 Senate Duane SFY 2006-2007
view Exponents - Arrive A 501(c)3 minority-led organization dedicated to improving the quality of life of individuals affected by drug addiction, incarceration, and HIV/AIDS. Educ $1,000.00 Senate Duane SFY 2007-2008
view Committee Against Rail Expansion (C.A.R.E.) Ability to hire professional services to analyze the main 3rd track project. Trans $25,000.00 Senate Hannon SFY 2007-2008
view YMCA-WEIU ABSTINENCE EDUCATION AND PROMOTION INITIATIVE. OFFICE OF CHILDREN AND FAMILY SERVICES $5,000.00 Assembly Finch SFY 2006-2007
view Child Abuse Prevention Program Abuse Prevention Programs C&F $10,000.00 Senate Golden SFY 2008-2009
view Center for Educational Innovation- Public Education Association Academic, social and cultural enrichment program for fourth through eighth grade in Brooklyn C&F $50,000.00 Senate Sampson SFY 2009-2010
view Brooklyn Educational Opportunity Center Academic and Career Programs Educ $10,000.00 Senate Adams SFY 2007-2008
view Friends United Youth Center Academic tutoring five days a week.|Computer classes two days per week.| Education $5,500.00 Senate Sampson SFY 2006-2007


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