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such a certificate unless he shall have
determined that the amounts
transferred are receivable on account or
are otherwise readily available for
payment. When making loans, the comp-
troller shall establish appropriate ac-
counts and if the loan is not repaid by
the end of the month, provide on or before
the fifteenth day of the following month
to the director of the budget and the
chairmen of the senate finance committee
and the assembly ways and means committee,
an accurate accounting and reporting of
the financial resources of each fund at
the end of such month. Within ten days of
the receipt of such accounting and report-
ing, the director of the budget shall
provide to the chairmen of the senate
finance committee and the assembly ways
and means committee an expected schedule
of repayment by fund and by source for
each outstanding loan. Repayment shall be
made by the comptroller by transfer of the
first cash receipts of this fund

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For

expenditures related to federal grant years beginning October first, nineteen hundred eighty-five, and ending September thirtieth, nineteen hundred eighty-six, in accordance with the following:

For allocations from the community services
block grant to community action agencies
and other eligible entities in accordance
with a chapter of the laws of nineteen
hundred eighty-five.
The comptroller is hereby authorized and
directed to loan money by transfer to this
fund from the general fund or any other
fund, which loans shall be limited to the
amounts immediately required to meet dis-
bursements, made in pursuance of an appro-
priation by law and authorized by a cer-
tificate of approval issued by the direc-
tor of the budget with copies thereof
filed with the comptroller and the chair-
men of the senate finance committee and
the assembly ways and means committee. The

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director of the budget shall not issue
such a certificate unless he shall have
determined that the amounts to be SO
transferred are receivable on account or
are otherwise readily available for
payment. When making loans, the comp-
troller shall establish appropriate ac-
counts and if the loan is not repaid by
the end of the month, provide on or before
the fifteenth day of the following month
to the director of the budget and the
chairmen of the senate finance committee
and the assembly ways and means committee,
an accurate accounting and reporting of
the financial resources of each fund at
the end of such month. Within ten days of
the receipt of such accounting and report-
ing, the director of the budget shall
provide to the chairmen
finance committee and the assembly ways
and means committee an expected schedule
of repayment by fund and by source for
each outstanding loan. Repayment shall be
made by the comptroller by transfer of the
first cash receipts of this fund

Program fund sub-total

of the senate

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all funds

STATE UNIVERSITY SCHEDULE

Funds are made available for transfer to general fund state operations account for additional clinical instructional staff for the State University at Buffalo health science center

. 500,000

STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK
COMMUNITY COLLEGES

General Fund Local Assistance Account

For

OPERATING ASSISTANCE

state financial assistance for operating expenses including non-credit remedial, vocational preparation, community service and continuing education programs heretofore or presently undertaken by community colleges in the manner provided by article 126 of the education law, provided, however, that no expenditure shall be made herefrom until a certificate of approval has been issued by the director of the budget and filed with the

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state comptroller, and a copy filed with the chairman of the senate finance committee and the chairman of the assembly ways and means committee. As regulations developed jointly with the city university and prescribed by the state university trustees and approved by the director of the budget provide for supplemental aid for students in business and technical programs, the total state aid paid to any college may exceed the statutory limitations of one-third or two-fifths of operating costs of the college for the remainder of college fiscal year nineteen hundred eighty-four--eighty-five only if the amount of aid for students in business and technical programs approved for a college would cause the statutory limitation to be exceeded. The amount that the total state aid may exceed the statutory limitation in such cases shall not be greater than the amount of aid approved for students in business and technical programs. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, rule or regulation, aid payable for the nineteen hundred eightyfive--eighty-six college fiscal fiscal year on the basis of full-time equivalent enrollment shall be paid on a total college enrollment to be the greater of (i) the actual FTE enrollment for college fiscal year nineteen hundred eighty-four--nineteen hundred eighty-five or (ii) the sum of the following: fifty percent of the actual fulltime equivalent enrollment for college fiscal year nineteen hundred eighty-four--eighty-five, plus thirty percent of the actual full-time equivalent enrollment for college fiscal year nineteen hundred eighty-three-eighty-four, plus twenty percent of the actual full-time equivalent enrollment for college fiscal nineteen hundred eighty-two--eighty-three. For such enrollment full funding is provided by the operating aid formula as defined in rules and regulations developed jointly with the city university and state university trustees and approved by the director of the budget. Notwithstanding the provisions of paragraph d of subdivision one of section six thousand three hundred four of the education law, pursuant to such standards and regulations as shall be prescribed by the state university trustees or the board of trustees of the city university respectively, for college fiscal year nineteen hundred eighty-five-nineteen hundred eighty-six, tuition levels approved by the state university board of trustees above that allowable under such paragraph d for the nineteen hundred eighty-three--eighty-four college fiscal year pursuant to chapter nine hundred eighty-seven of the laws of nineteen hundred eighty-three may be maintained at such levels

Additional funding is provided for enrichments

. 161, 152,800

14,286,000

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Funds are provided for employer specific non-credit vocational training, including training which contains prevocational courses, for occupations where demand is. increasing within the sponsorship area. The majority of the participants of such training programs shall be dislocated workers or marginally employed

..700,000

For base aid

OPERATING ASSISTANCE FOR CONTRACT COURSES

for

each full-time equivalent student enrolled in a contract course providing occupational training or assistance for the creation, improvement and retention of job opportunities

Additional operating assistance for contract

courses

206,000

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For

COMMUNITY COLLEGE CHILD CARE

services and expenses related to the establishment, renovation, alteration, expansion, improvement or operation of child care centers at the community college campuses of the state university of New York to operate for the benefit of community college students, provided, however, that no aid shall be made available for the operations of any child care center which is not projected to be self supporting after its third year of funding under this program. Such payments shall be made pursuant to a community college campus child care plan submitted by May fifteenth, nineteen hundred eighty-five and subject to approval by the director of the budget. Such plan shall include a provision for matching funds of at least thirty-five percent from such sources as sliding scale fees based on income or need, in-kind services or funds from federal, local sponsor or other sources

500,000

YOUTH INTERNSHIP PROGRAMS

Funds are provided for services and expenses related to non-credit employability training and work experience internship program pilot projects for the purposes of improving the employability of unemployed, out-ofschool, economically disadvantaged youth between the ages of sixteen and twenty-one years of age, reducing the levels of unemployment among such youth and helping to meet the current and future labor needs of employers in 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

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ing and employment plan is formulated; (2) an internship in a public agency, not-for-profit corporation or private business not to exceed one thousand hours per year or twenty hours per week with a stipend funded from appropriations made available pursuant to this appropriation at the prevailing wage paid to persons similarly employed by the employer; and (3) employability and skills training funded by this appropriation, by the federal job training partnership 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 State 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 sponsorship area, of a high concentration of unemployed, out-of-school, economically disadvantaged youth between the ages of sixteen and twenty-one

CAPITAL ASSISTANCE

For state payments in accordance with subdivision 8 of section 6304 of the education law to the local sponsors of community colleges established and administered pursuant to article 126 of the education law for deposit with the commissioner of taxation and finance in the community college tuition and instructional income fund for the accounts of such local sponsors for rentals and payments due and payable to the dormitory authority, whether or not such local sponsor shall be liable therefor, under a lease, sublease, or other agreement between the dormitory authority and such local sponsor

.. 1,000,000

12,922,986

STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK

COUNTY COOPERATIVE EXTENSION ASSOCIATION GRANT PROGRAM
ADMINISTERED BY CORNELL UNIVERSITY

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For

the support of county cooperative extension associations pursuant to paragraph (d) of subdivision 8 of section 224 of the county law

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be made available to the department of transportation, notwithstanding any inconsistent provisions of section 10-c of the highway law, for distribution and payment to

2,442,547

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