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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 Member item data on NYOpenGovernment is for historical reference only.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 METROPOLITAN NEW YORK COORDINATING COUNCIL ON JEWISH POVERTY FUNDS WILL BE USED TO PARTIALLY OFFSET THE COST OF SERVICES PROVIDED TO NEEDY CHILDREN AND FAMILIES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO CRISIS INTERVENTION, HOUSING SUPPORT TO SPECIAL NEEDS POPULATIONS, EMPLOYMENT TRAINING AND JOB DEVELOPMENT, ETC. PROGRAMS ARE OPEN TO ALL ON A NON-SECTARIAN BASIS. FUNDS WILL ALSO BE USED TO PROVIDE FOR AN EXPANSION OF THE FOOD PANTRY PROGRAM, WHICH IS OPEN TO ALL IN NEED ON A NON-SECTARIAN BASIS. OFFICE OF CHILDREN AND FAMILY SERVICES $290,000.00 Assembly Canestrari, Cymbrowitz, Glick, Rosenthal, Dinowitz, Farrell, Maisel, O`Donnell, Benedetto, Brook-Krasny, Hikind, Millman, Abbate, Bing, Hoyt, Brennan, Clark, Gottfried, Mayersohn, Rivera N, Weprin, Pheffer, Silver, Weinstein, Young E SFY 2008-2009
view METROPOLITAN NEW YORK COORDINATING COUNCIL ON JEWISH POVERTY FUNDS WILL BE USED TO PARTIALLY OFFSET THE COST OF SERVICES PROVIDED TO NEEDY CHILDREN AND FAMILIES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO CRISIS INTERVENTION, HOUSING SUPPORT TO SPECIAL NEEDS POPULATIONS, EMPLOYMENT TRAINING AND JOB DEVELOPMENT, ETC. PROGRAMS ARE OPEN TO ALL ON A NON-SECTARIAN BASIS. FUNDS WILL ALSO BE USED TO PROVIDE FOR AN EXPANSION OF THE FOOD PANTRY PROGRAM, WHICH IS OPEN TO ALL IN NEED ON A NON-SECTARIAN BASIS. OFFICE OF CHILDREN AND FAMILY SERVICES $290,000.00 Assembly Ortiz, Rosenthal, Cymbrowitz, Glick, Jacobs, Lentol, Maisel, O`Donnell, Dinowitz, Titone, Colton, Lancman, Nolan, Pheffer, Silver, Weinstein SFY 2009-2010
view TASC OF THE CAPITAL DISTRICT, INC. TO SUPPORT ENHANCEMENTS OF ALTERNATIVES TO INCARCERATION SERVICES PROVIDED BY CAPITAL DISTRICT TASC. PROBATION AND CORRECTIONAL ALTERNATIVES, DIVISION OF $285,631.00 Assembly Destito, Lentol, Aubry, Weinstein SFY 2007-2008
view TASC OF THE CAPITAL DISTRICT, INC. TO SUPPORT ENHANCEMENTS OF ALTERNATIVES TO INCARCERATION SERVICES PROVIDED BY CAPITAL DISTRICT TASC. PROBATION AND CORRECTIONAL ALTERNATIVES, DIVISION OF $285,631.00 Assembly Destito, Lentol, Aubry, Weinstein SFY 2006-2007
view TASC OF THE CAPITAL DISTRICT, INC. FUNDS WILL BE USED TO SUPPORT ENHANCEMENTS OF ALTERNATIVES TO INCARCERATION SERVICES PROVIDED BY CAPITAL DISTRICT TASC. PROBATION AND CORRECTIONAL ALTERNATIVES, DIVISION OF $285,631.00 Assembly Destito, Lentol, Aubry, Weinstein SFY 2009-2010
view TASC OF THE CAPITAL DISTRICT, INC. FUNDS WILL BE USED TO SUPPORT ENHANCEMENTS OF ALTERNATIVES TO INCARCERATION SERVICES PROVIDED BY CAPITAL DISTRICT TASC. PROBATION AND CORRECTIONAL ALTERNATIVES, DIVISION OF $285,631.00 Assembly Destito, Lentol, Aubry, Weinstein SFY 2008-2009
view Bay Ridge-Bensonhurst Beautification & Preservation Alliance, Inc. Streetscape improvements for commercial strips, education and outreach programs for community groups, creation of business improvement districts, and administrative services for over 20 different community projects Parks $281,000.00 Senate Golden SFY 2008-2009
view BADEN STREET SETTLEMENT FUNDS WILL BE USED FOR A MULTI-COMPONENT CAREER PREPARATORY PROGRAM DESIGNED TO EXPOSE YOUTH TO APPRENTICEABLE OCCUPATIONS THROUGH WORK-BASED LEARNING. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR $280,200.00 Assembly John, Gantt SFY 2008-2009
view BADEN STREET SETTLEMENT FUNDS WILL BE USED FOR A MULTI-COMPONENT CAREER PREPARATORY PROGRAM DESIGNED TO EXPOSE YOUTH TO APPRENTICEABLE OCCUPATIONS THROUGH WORK-BASED LEARNING. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR $280,200.00 Assembly John, Gantt SFY 2009-2010
view Action For Older Persons, Inc. Programs to help senior citizens, including education on long-term care, senior health issues and Medicare Part D Aging $275,000.00 Senate Libous SFY 2007-2008
view Doe Fund, The Ready, Willing, and Able Street Cleaning Program State $275,000.00 Senate Klein SFY 2009-2010
view Jamaica Business Resource Center technical and financial assistance to new and established small, minority and women-owned businesses EcDev $275,000.00 Senate Smith SFY 2009-2010
view THE LEGAL AID SOCIETY THESE FUNDS SHALL BE USED TO PROVIDE FOR THE CONTINUED OPERATION OF THE MENTALLY ILL INMATE PROJECT. DIVISION OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE SERVICES $273,700.00 Assembly Destito, Lentol, O`Donnell, Aubry, Weinstein SFY 2007-2008
view THE LEGAL AID SOCIETY THESE FUNDS SHALL BE USED TO PROVIDE FOR THE CONTINUED OPERATION OF THE MENTALLY ILL INMATE PROJECT. DIVISION OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE SERVICES $273,700.00 Assembly Lentol, Destito, Aubry, Weinstein SFY 2006-2007
view THE LEGAL AID SOCIETY FUNDS WILL BE USED TO PROVIDE LEGAL SERVICES AND DEFENSE BASED ADVOCACY SERVICES ON BEHALF OF INDIGENT PERSONS WHO ARE ALSO MENTALLY ILL. DIVISION OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE SERVICES $273,700.00 Assembly Destito, Glick, Jacobs, Lentol, Ortiz, Towns, Magnarelli, O`Donnell, Robinson, Wright K, Aubry, Greene, Millman, Abbate, Camara, Brennan, Christensen, Gottfried, Perry, Kellner, Reilly, Pheffer, Weinstein SFY 2009-2010


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