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to meet the current and future labor needs of employers
this state. Participating youth shall be provided
with the following for up to one year: (1) an individual
employability assessment from which an individual train-
ing and employment plan is formulated; (2) an intership
in a public agency, not-for-profit corporation or pri-
vate business not to exceed one thousand hours per year
or twenty hours per week with a stipend funded from ap-
propriations made available pursuant to this appropria-
tion at the
the prevailing wage paid to persons similarly
employed by the employer; and (3) employability and
skills training funded by the federal job training part-
nership act (P. L. 97-300) or by other public or private

sources.

The funds available pursuant to this appropriation shall be allocated to three community colleges selected by the city university for participation in this program on the basis of their willingness and capability to operate a youth internship program pilot project as described above and on the basis of the presence, within their service area, of a high concentration of unemployed, out-of-school, economically disadvantaged youth between the ages of sixteen and twenty-one

Funds are made available for the Medgar Evers Center for
Law and Social Justice.

CITY UNIVERSITY CONSTRUCTION FUND

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State aid to the city of New York for payments to the city university construction fund for city university senior colleges and for community colleges sponsored by the board of trustees of the city university of New York which payments shall be made consistent with the cash needs of the fund.

The amount of any item or items in the following schedule notwithstanding any other provisions of law, may be increased or decreased by interchange with any other item or items in the schedule with the approval of the director of the budget, who shall file such approval with the department of audit and control and copies thereof with the senate finance committee and the assembly ways and means committee

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General Fund

AID TO LOCALITIES

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CITY UNIVERSITY

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM

TOURISM PROGRAM

General Fund

Maintenance undistributed

For services and expenses related to university-wide programs (for the purpose of completing contracted building repair and equipment inventory projects) at an amount not to exceed

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STATE AGENCIES

Local Assistance Account

For Department of Commerce

on-the-job

training program

For Chamber of Commerce on-the-job training program

For

services and expenses related to the establishment of an economic development fund for Chenango, Cortland and Cayuga Counties, including but not limited to contracts with local governments

or

Maintenance undistributed

SENIOR COLLEGE PROGRAMS

Local Assistance Account

DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE

other state agencies for public projects ....1,000,000 For special contractual services for programs to support community development and economic revitalization

Program account sub-total

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Local Assistance Account

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1,580,000

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Maintenance Undistributed

DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONAL SERVICES

For services and expenses of localities for
the housing and board of coram nobis pri-
soners in accordance with section 601-b of
the correction law, and felony offenders
in accordance with section 601-c of the
correction law, and parole violators in
accordance with subparagraph (ii) of para-
graph (a) of subdivision 3 of section 259-
i of the executive law
For additional services and expenses
localities for the housing and board
felony offenders in accordance with sub-
divisions one and two of section 601-c of
the correction law, as proposed by a chap-
ter of the laws of nineteen hundred
eighty-five, coram nobis prisoners in ac-
cordance with section 601-b of the correc-
tion law, and parole violators in accord-
ance with subparagraph (ii) of paragraph
(a) of subdivision 3 of section 259-i of
the executive law

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1,420,000

203,000

3,203,000

CRIME VICTIMS BOARD

Total for agency aid to localities all funds..

16,395,000

6,600,000

For payment of aid to localities in accordance with the following schedule

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MAINTENANCE UNDISTRIBUTED

For services and expenses of programs, excluding administrative costs of the board, to provide services to crime victims and witnesses, whether operated by a government agency or a community-based agency. The board shall adopt regulations relating to these grants, including guidelines for its determinations. In making grant determinations, the board shall consider, among other relevant factors, the need for the program, the availability of other sources of funding, and the effectiveness of the program in reaching and serving the people. intended to be served. The board shall report annually to the governor and the legislature, on or before March first each year, on those crime victim service programs funded under this appropriation

Total for agency operations

all funds

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7,834,000

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175,000

DIVISION OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE SERVICES

3,186,100

For the payment of aid to localities in accordance with
the following schedule.
General Fund

Special Revenue Funds Federal

All funds

8,009,000

3,186,100

11, 195, 100

90,143,565 5,400,000

95,543,565

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Maintenance undistributed
Notwithstanding section 35 of the judiciary
law, for the payment of state aid to coun-
ties for legal representation of indigent
parolees and inmates pursuant to article
18-B of the county law and to subparagraph
(v) of paragraph (f) of subdivision 3 and
paragraph (b) of subdivision 4 of section.
259-i of the executive law.
Notwithstanding any other provisions of law,
the director of the budget is hereby
authorized to
allocate the monies appro-
priated herein or so much thereof as
be necessary to the various departments
and agencies from the local assistance
accounts of the general fund ...

may

To provide state support for the other than court components of the existing emergency felony court parts established in accordance with chapters 496 and 497 of the laws of 1972, and/or existing emergency narcotics parts established pursuant to chapter 462 of the laws of 1971, in an amount not to exceed the provisions hereafter stated nor in total not to exceed the moneys hereby appropriated.

The moneys are to be made available within the amount appropriated for services and expenses, including but not limited to services and expenses for contractual arrangements, and aid to localities, as may be necessary to accomplish the purposes of the emergency court parts and the emergency narcotic parts.

The moneys hereby appropriated shall be allocated by the director of the budget to the various departments and agencies in the amounts necessary to provide for program requirements.

Of the amounts appropriated, the sum of four million sixty-eight thousand two hundred fifty thousand dollars ($4,068,250), or so much thereof as may be necessary, shall be available to finance up to fifty-eight percent of the cost of continuing to operate the other than court components of the emergency felony court parts for counties with a population of greater than one mil

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