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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 Member item data on NYOpenGovernment is for historical reference only.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 Hispanic Federation, Inc. Social Services for families, youth and children. C&F $875,000.00 Senate Diaz SFY 2009-2010
view RURAL PRESERVATION PROGRAM FUNDS WILL BE USED TO PROVIDE ADDITIONAL GRANTS TO ELIGIBLE NOT-FOR-PROFIT ORGANIZATIONS ENGAGED IN THE CREATION OF AFFORDABLE HOUSING IN RURAL AREAS. FUNDING IS TO BE DISTRIBUTED IN A MANNER PROPORTIONAL TO EXISTING FUNDING FOR INDIVIDUAL RPCS. DIVISION OF HOUSING AND COMMUNITY RENEWAL $806,700.00 Assembly Destito, Lopez V SFY 2009-2010
view OTDA - SUPPORTIVE HOMELESS OUTREACH FUNDS WILL BE USED TO SUPPORT HOMELESS OUTREACH SERVICES IN NYC INCLUDING EXPANDED SERVICES IN THE BRONX, BROOKLYN, AND QUEENS. FUNDS WILL ALSO SUPPORT MOBILE OUTREACH TEAMS TO PROVIDE ADVOCACY AND SUPPORT SERVICES FOR STREET-BOUND HOMELESS. OFFICE OF TEMPORARY AND DISABILITY ASSISTANCE $800,000.00 Assembly Glick SFY 2006-2007
view GARMENT INDUSTRY DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION (GIDC) FUNDS WILL BE USED TO ALLOW GIDC TO CONTINUE ACTIVITIES INCLUDING FASHION INDUSTRY MODERNIZATION, THE REVITALIZATION OF APPAREL PRODUCTION, AND OTHER ACTIVITIES. URBAN DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION $750,000.00 Assembly Schimminger SFY 2008-2009
view GARMENT INDUSTRY DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION (GIDC) FUNDS WILL BE USED TO ALLOW GIDC TO CONTINUE ACTIVITIES INCLUDING FASHION INDUSTRY MODERNIZATION, THE REVITALIZATION OF APPAREL PRODUCTION, AND OTHER ACTIVITIES. URBAN DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION $750,000.00 Assembly Glick, John, Ortiz, Nolan SFY 2009-2010
view NEW YORK CITY HOUSING AUTHORITY FUNDS WILL BE USED TO SUPPORT A TENANT SECURITY PATROL PILOT PROGRAM UNDER THE AUTHORITY OF THE NEW YORK CITY HOUSING AUTHORITY. DIVISION OF HOUSING AND COMMUNITY RENEWAL $742,000.00 Assembly Lopez V SFY 2009-2010
view SBH Community Service Network, Inc. SBH is requesting $550,000 for a one-year grant to provide a comprehensive assortment of employment and employment-related activities. The primary objective is to place individuals in jobs, job-training programs, and developing individual career paths. Health $725,000.00 Senate Kruger SFY 2009-2010
view Utica College New Building on Campus| Educ $675,000.00 Senate Meier SFY 2006-2007
view DIVISION OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE SERVICES FUNDS SHOULD BE ADMINISTERED FOR THE COST ASSOCIATED WITH REIMBURSEMENT TO CONTRACT COUNTIES FOR THE PROVISION OF LEGAL ASSISTANCE AND REPRESENTATION TO INDIGENT PAROLEES. ALLOCATE AS FOLLOWS: MONROE $85,247; NASSAU $52,208, NYC $515,545. DIVISION OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE SERVICES $653,000.00 Assembly Lentol, O`Donnell, Aubry SFY 2007-2008
view DIVISION OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE SERVICES FUNDS SHOULD BE ADMINISTERED FOR THE COST ASSOCIATED WITH REIMBURSEMENT TO CONTRACT COUNTIES FOR THE PROVISION OF LEGAL ASSISTANCE AND REPRESENTATION TO INDIGENT PAROLEES. ALLOCATE AS FOLLOWS: MONROE $85,247; NASSAU $52,208, NYC $515,545. DIVISION OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE SERVICES $653,000.00 Assembly Lentol, John, Aubry, Gantt, Mceneny, Morelle SFY 2006-2007
view BROOKLYN ALLIANCE-BROOKLYN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE FUNDS WILL BE USED TO HELP ADDRESS BROOKLYNÆS CRITICAL BUSINESS AND JOB CREATION NEEDS THROUGH A BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT SERVICE AND THE DEVELOPMENT OF A STRATEGIC MARKETING PLAN. URBAN DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION $650,000.00 Assembly Schimminger SFY 2008-2009
view BROOKLYN ALLIANCE-BROOKLYN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE FUNDS WILL BE USED TO HELP ADDRESS BROOKLYN'S CRITICAL BUSINESS AND JOB CREATION NEEDS THROUGH THE BROOKLYN BUSINESS SUPPORT INITIATIVE, A NEW FINANCIAL INFORMATION AND BUSINESS SERVICE PROGRAM WHICH HELPS BROOKLYN BUSINESSES SURVIVE AND THRIVE THROUGH THE CURRENT ECONOMIC DOWN TURN. URBAN DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION $650,000.00 Assembly Cymbrowitz, Jacobs, Lentol, Boyland, Ortiz, Towns, Maisel, Robinson, Brook-Krasny, Hikind, Millman, Camara, Colton, Abbate, Brennan, Lopez V, Perry, Jeffries, Barron, Weinstein SFY 2009-2010
view UTICA DISLOCATED WORKER FUNDS WILL BE USED TO SUPPORT THE UTICA DISLOCATED WORKER ASSISTANCE PROGRAM, WHICH IS A REGIONALLY BASED PROGRAM THAT COORDINATES WORKFORCE SYSTEM EFFORTS TO EXPEDITE PLACEMENTS AND TRAINING OF DISLOCATED WORKERS IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTE. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR $634,000.00 Assembly Destito, John SFY 2009-2010
view NEW YORK UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF DENTISTRY FUNDS WILL BE USED TO COVER A PORTION OF THE COLLEGEÆS CLINIC DEFICIT DUE TO THE EXTENSIVE PROVISION OF CHARITY CARE FOR INDIGENT PATIENTS. EDUCATION DEPARTMENT $630,000.00 Assembly Lentol, Boyland, Glick, O`Donnell, Millman, Miller, Abbate, Bing, Mceneny, Perry, Gottfried, Reilly, Jeffries, Pheffer, Sweeney, Young E, Markey, Peralta SFY 2008-2009
view ATTAIN TECHNOLOCY LABS FUNDS WILL BE USED FOR TECHNOLOGY TRAINING LABS PROVIDING DIGITAL PARITY AND CONNECTIVITY WITHIN DISADVANTAGED URBAN AND RURAL COMMUNITIES OF THE STATE. EDUCATION DEPARTMENT $607,000.00 Assembly Powell, Scarborough, Towns, Boyland, Castro, Ortiz, Robinson, Farrell, Wright K, Gantt, Greene, Peoples, Aubry, Rivera J, Titus, Camara, Espaillat, Pretlow, Diaz R, Ramos, Benjamin, Clark, Cook, Heastie, Perry, Rivera N, Hooper, Jeffries, Meng, Peralta, Arroyo, Barron SFY 2009-2010


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