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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 Member item data on NYOpenGovernment is for historical reference only.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 Our Lady of Lourdes Memorial Hospital Inc. Operating aid for the YES! Safe Choices for Kids program that teaches thousands of kids the dangers of drugs and alcohol ASAS $500,000.00 Senate Libous SFY 2008-2009
view State University of New York College at Morrisville Operating aid for BOOKS Program that helps thousands children become better readers SUNY $500,000.00 Senate Libous SFY 2008-2009
view SUNY BINGHAMTON LAW SCHOOL FUNDS WILL BE USED FOR THE DESIGN AND PLANNING PHASE OF ESTABLISHING A LAW SCHOOL AT BINGHAMTON UNIVERSITY. STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK $500,000.00 Assembly Lupardo SFY 2008-2009
view Kenmore Mercy Hospital Foundation funds are to be used towards the creation of a larger Emergency Department Health $500,000.00 Senate Rath SFY 2007-2008
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 $490,000.00 Assembly Destito, John SFY 2008-2009
view THE LEGAL AID SOCIETY THESE FUNDS SHALL BE USED TO PROVIDE LEGAL SERVICES AND DEFENSE BASED ADVOCACY SERVICES TO INDIGENT PERSONS IN THE CITY OF NEW YORK. DIVISION OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE SERVICES $485,000.00 Assembly Destito, Lentol, O`Donnell, Aubry, Weinstein SFY 2007-2008
view THE LEGAL AID SOCIETY THESE FUNDS SHALL BE USED TO PROVIDE LEGAL SERVICES AND DEFENSE BASED ADVOCACY SERVICES TO INDIGENT PERSONS IN THE CITY OF NEW YORK. DIVISION OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE SERVICES $485,000.00 Assembly Destito, Lentol, Aubry, Weinstein SFY 2006-2007
view THE LEGAL AID SOCIETY FUNDS WILL BE USED TO PROVIDE LEGAL SERVICES AND DEFENSE BASED ADVOCACY SERVICES TO INDIGENT PERSONS IN THE CITY OF NEW YORK. DIVISION OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE SERVICES $485,000.00 Assembly Ortiz, Towns, Destito, Glick, Jacobs, Lentol, O`Donnell, Robinson, Magnarelli, Millman, Wright K, Aubry, Greene, Abbate, Camara, Brennan, Christensen, Gottfried, Reilly, Kellner, Pheffer, Weinstein SFY 2009-2010
view THE LEGAL AID SOCIETY FUNDS WILL BE USED TO SUPPORT COSTS ASSOCIATED WITH THE PROVISION OF LEGAL ASSISTANCE AND REPRESENTATION ON BEHALF OF INDIGENT PAROLEES. DIVISION OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE SERVICES $472,122.00 Assembly Lentol, Aubry SFY 2009-2010
view Metropolitan Development Agency Essential NY initiative program support and economic development program to attract businesses and new jobs to downtown Syracuse EcDev $450,000.00 Senate Valesky SFY 2009-2010
view North Flushing Senior Center Support of costs for personnel; yoga, aerobics, dance classes; recreational activities; cultural trips; facility rent and operational costs; health and legal information services; congregate nutrition program of 45 lunches per day; purchase, installation, Aging $438,000.00 Senate Stavisky SFY 2009-2010
view Youth America Inc. The purpose of this grant request to promote positive recreational activities for youth young adults and seniors through the direct funding of educational, anti crime and in state cultural tips and programs, including the cost of admission where applicabl State $430,000.00 Senate Adams SFY 2009-2010
view COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY FUNDS WILL BE USED FOR EXPENSES IN SUPPORT OF THE DENTAL CLINIC PROGRAM, WHICH CARES FOR INDIGENT PATIENTS. EDUCATION DEPARTMENT $420,000.00 Assembly Boyland, Glick, Lentol, O`Donnell, Millman, Abbate, Bing, Miller, Mceneny, Gottfried, Perry, Jeffries, Reilly, Markey, Peralta, Pheffer, Sweeney, Young E SFY 2008-2009
view THE OSBORNE ASSOCIATION, INC. THESE FUNDS SHALL BE USED FOR DEFENDER-BASED ADVOCACY FOR ALTERNATIVES TO INCARCERATION AND MAY ALSO BE USED TO SUPPORT LEGAL SERVICES FOR JUVENILE AND YOUTHFUL OFFENDERS. DIVISION OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE SERVICES $407,300.00 Assembly Lentol, Aubry SFY 2007-2008
view THE OSBORNE ASSOCIATION, INC. THESE FUNDS SHALL BE USED FOR DEFENDER-BASED ADVOCACY FOR ALTERNATIVES TO INCARCERATION AND MAY ALSO BE USED TO SUPPORT LEGAL SERVICES FOR JUVENILE AND YOUTHFUL OFFENDERS. DIVISION OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE SERVICES $407,300.00 Assembly Lentol, Aubry SFY 2006-2007


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