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Beginning at the point of intersection of the northerly bounds of lands of the City of Albany with the westerly bounds of O' Neil Road above described; thence along the said northerly bounds, South 87 degrees 51 minutes 50 seconds East a distance of 50.30 feet to pointi thence through the lands of the City of Albany the following four (4) courses:

1. South 08 degrees 21 minutes 10 seconds West a distance of 12. 11 feet to a point;

South 23 degrees 32 minutes 50 seconds West a distance of 792. 15 feet to a point;

3. South 03 degrees 29 minutes 50 seconds West a distance of 640.00 feet to a point;

4. North 83 degrees 47 minutes 30 seconds West a distance of 43. 34 feet to a point in the easterly bounds of the 44.00 parcel above described;

thence along the bounds of said parcel, North 06 degrees 12 minutes 30 seconds East à distance of 49.80 feet to a point and North 62 degrees 56 minutes 40 seconds West a distance of 9.88 feet to a point; thence through the lands of the City of Albany North 03 degrees 29 minutes 50 seconds East a distance of 593.09 feet to a point and North 23 degrees 32 minutes 50 seconds East a distance of 794. 32 feet to the point of beginning

PARCEL "B"

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All that certain parcel of land situate in the City of Albany, County of Albany, and State of New York, lying at the southerly end of Hartman Road and being bounded and described as follows:

Beginning at the point of intersection of lands of the grantcrs herein described, the City of Albany as described in Book 895 of Deeds at

Page 157, to the south with lands of Reges Apartments, Inc., as described in Book 2046 of Deeds at Page 577, to the north, said point situate North 07 degrees 55 minutes 00° seconds East a distance of 103.57 feet from the northeasterly corner of a "Green Area" at the rear of lots along Fairway Court reputedly conveyed to the City of Albany by John Quadrini Enterprises, Inc.; thence from said point of beginning, along the southerly bounds of lands of said Reges Apartments, Inc. and along the southerly bounds of lands of Howard and Regina W. Weatherby, as described in Book 1623 of Deeds at Page 154, South 84 degrees 54 minutes 10 seconds East a distance of 335.77 feet to a point; thence along the southeasterly bounds of lands of said Weatherby and lands of Michael A. and Deborah K. Falzano as described in Book 2160 of Deeds at Page 715, North 61 degrees 39 minutes 50 seconds East a distance of 218. 13' feet to a point; thence through the lands of the City of Albany the

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Sipoint; courses:

1. South 08 degrees 04 minutes 00 seconds West a distance of 157. 19 feet to a point;

2. South 14 degrees 20 minutes 50 seconds West a distance of 412.52 feet to a point;

3. South 12 degrees 51 minutes 40 seconds East a distance of 428.00 feet to a point;

4. South 85' degrees 35 minutes 20 seconds West a distance of 324. 72 feet to a point;

5. North 14 degrees 36 minutes 20 seconds West a distance of 334.48 feet to a point;

6. North 08 degrees 28 minutes 00 seconds West a distance of 606.77 feet to the point of beginning.

Containing 8.00 acres of land.
Subject to all easement, restrictions and rights-of-way of record,

Together with the right to use, in common with others the road known as Hartman Road, from the parcel above described to New Ścotland Road.

PARCEL "C"

All that certain parcel of land situate in the City of Albany, County of Albany and State of New York, lying easterly of Hartman Road and being bounded and described as follows:

Beginning at the point of intersection of lands of the grantors herein described, the City of Albany as described in Book 837 of Deeds at Page 249, to the southeast with lands of Edward Gorham Harper and Marian Har

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per, as described in Book 2419 of Deeds at Page_997, and as shown

entitled "Map of lands of Catherine E. Harper" by Clifford T. McLean, dated May 20, 1952 to the west; thence from said point of beginning, along, the northerly bounds of lands of the City of Albany, North 62 degrees 44 minutes 20 seconds East a distance of 1088. 25 feet to point; thence through the lands of the City of Albany the following six (6) courses:

í. South 05 degrees 00 minutes 00 seconds East a distance of 74.84 feet to a point;

2. South 55' degrees 19 minutes 50 seconds West a distance of 144.53 feet to a point;

3. South 35' degrees 37 minutes 40 seconds West a distance of 136.30 feet to a point;

4. South 62 degrees 44 minutes 20 seconds West a distance of 255. 15 feet to a point;

5. South 36' degrees 14 minutes 00 seconds West a distance of 703.03 feet to a point;

6. South 31' degrees 03 minutes 20 seconds West a distance of 275.61
feet to the common corner of lands of the City of Albany to the north
and lands of Christopher J. and Melanie s. Gloeckner, as described in
Book 2393 of Deeds at Page 323, to the south;

thence along the common bounds with said Gloeckner, North 85 degrees
36 minutes 00 seconds West a distance of 202.43 feet to the common
ner of lands of the City of Albany and lands of said Gloeckner; thence
North 12 degrees 06 minutes 30 seconds East a distance of 130.46' feet to
the southerly corner of lands as shown on the above mentioned "Map of
lands of Catherine E. Harper"; thence along the common bounds with lands
as shown on said map the following four (4) courses:

1. North 22 degrees 06 minutes 10 seconds East a distance of 163.40
feet to a point;

2. North 25' degrees 25 minutes 10 seconds East a distance of 260.35 feet to a point;

3. North 03' degrees 48 minutes 10 seconds East a distance of 158.00
feet to a point;

4., North 10 degrees 05 minutes 50 seconds West a distance of 1.87 feet
to the point of beginning.
Containing 8.00 acres of land.
Subject to all easements, restrictions and rights-of-way of record.
Together with the right to use, in common with others the road known
as Hartman Road, from the parcel above described to New Scotland Road.

§ 4. The discontinuance of parklands authorized by this act shall not occur until the city of Albany shall dedicate for public park and recreational purposes the following lands of approximately 122' acres: Tax Map Parcel 75.05-2-1, Tax Map Parcel 75. 05-4-63, Tax Map Parcel 75. 09-1-2, Tax, Map, Parcel 75.09-1-3, Tax Map Parcel 75. 10-2-3 and Tax Map Parcel 75. 10-2-1. Said lands being those conveyed to the city by deeds recorded at the Albany county

clerk's office in liber 2435° at page 745, liber 2299 at page 539, liber 2386 at page 135, liber 2038 at page 983, and liber 2402 at page 557. § 5. This act shall take effect immediately.

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CHAPTER 461

Passed by

AN ACT to amend the insurance law, in relation to requiring disclosure

of automobile insurance premium reductions
Became a law July 17, 1992, with the approval of the Governor.

a majority vote, three-fifths being present.
The People of the State of New York, represented in Senate and Assem-
biy, do enact as follows:
Section 1. Section 2345 of the insurance law, as added by chapter 156

1991, is amended to read as follows: EXPLANATION-Matter in italics is new; matter in brackets [ ] is old law

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§ 2345. [Rate surcharges to be expressed in dollar amounts] Disclosure of premium reductions and surcharges.

(a) Every (private passenger automobile insurer doing business in this state which utilizes accident or violation surcharges its premium rates shall identify such surcharges in a dollar amount on premium billing or on the declaration page of the policy and disclose same to each of its affected surcharged insureds at least once a year] authorized insurer shall specify the nature of each premium reduction surcharge applied on a non-commercial motor vehicle insurance policy.

(b) The insurer shall also specify the total dollar amount attribut: able to all surcharges and the dollar amount attributable to each reduction

(c) The disclosures shall be made on either the premium bill, the declarations page or a notice accompanying the premium bill or

the declarations page, when the surcharge or reduction is initially made and thereafter at each policy renewal.

§ 2. This act shall take effect January 1, 1993.

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CHAPTER 462

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AN ACT to authorize the discontinuance and transfer of certain park land

in the borough of the Bronx Became a law July 17, 1992, with the approval of the Governor. Passed on

Home Rule request pursuant to Article IX, section 2(b) (2) of the Constitution by a majority vote, three-fifths being present.

The People of the State of New York, represented in Senate and Assembly, do enact as follows:

Section 1. Notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of any law or of the letters patent issued pursuant to a resolution of the board of

commissioners of the land office, adopted September 27, 1927 pursuant to section 34 of the public lands law, and filed in book 63 of patents at page 290, conveying certain lands described in section two of this act from the state to the city of New York, the city of New York may discontinue the use of such lands as parkland, school or playground, and may provide for the transfer or conveyance of such lands upon such terms and conditions as are authorized pursuant to the private housing finance law or article 16 of the general municipal law.

§ 2. The lands to be discontinued and conveyed are described as follows:

ALL that certain plot, piece or parcel of land with the buildings and improvements thereon erected, situate, lying and being in the County of the Bronx, City and State of New York bounded and described as follows:

Beginning at a point on the westerly side of Olinville Avenue, distant 242. 57 feet northerly from the intersection of the westerly side of Olinville Avenue and the northerly side of Thwaites Place;

Running thence northerly along the westerly side of Olinville Avenue, 206. 30 feet;

Thence westerly at right angles to the westerly side of Olinville Avenue, 200.00 feet to the easterly side of Barker Avenue;

Thence southerly along the easterly side of Barker Avenue 202. 28 feet;

Thence easterly with an interior angle of 910-09' -05" with the lastmentioned course 100. 02 feet;

Thence southerly with an interior angle of 2680-50% -55" with the lastmentioned course, 1.03 feet;

Thence easterly with an interior angle of 900-33' -33" with the lastmentioned course, 100.00 feet to the westerly side of Olinville Avenue, the point or place of beginning.

§ 3. The commissioner of general services is hereby authorized and directed, without consideration, to cancel the conditions and restrictions contained in the letters patent described in section one of this act and to release, transfer and convey all remaining state interest

in the lands described in section two hereof to the city of New York by

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quitclaim deed, amendment to said letters patent or such other instru-
ment as is necessary to evidence that such conditions and restrictions
are removed and that the state retains further interest in such
lands.
§ 4. This act shall take effect immediately.

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CHAPTER 463

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AN ACT to amend the executive law, in relation to establishing the New
York state office for the prevention of domestic violence and creating
a batterers program to be administered by the office and designed to
help batterers end their violent behavior to amend chapter 53 of the
laws of 1992, enacting the aid to localities budget, in relation to
funding for the office for the prevention of domestic violence and
repealing chapter 411 of the laws of 1988 relating to creating a bat-
terers program to be administered by the division of probation and
correctional alternatives, relating thereto, and providing for the
repeal of certain provisions of this act upon expiration thereof
Became a law July 17, 1992, with the approval of the Governor.

Passed by a majority vote, three-fifths being present.
The People of the State of New York, represented in Senate and Assem-
bly, do enact as follows:

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egislative findings and declaration of intent. The legislature hereby finds domestic violence to be a problem

of magnitude and tragic consequence that scars the lives of its victims, destroys family integrity and leads to injury or death of many innocent people in our state.

The legislature declares that New York state is committed to helping families affected by violence to overcome the indignity and pain they suffer, and is dedicated to preventing such violence from claiming new

. The legislature further declares that the office for the prevention of domestic violence created heretofore by executive order should be established within the executive department as a statutory office to respond to this statewide problem, to evaluate, improve and strengthen the vice system, to coordinate the efforts of the public agencies which provide services or funding of services, and to provide centralized training, technical assistance, education and outreach. The legislature hereby finds and declares that establishment of programs designed to help batterers end their violent behavior is essential in the effort to

end domestic violence and that the establishment of such programs is in the public interest and to the benefit of all persons in this state.

The legislature further declares that batterers should be held accountable for their violent behavior, and that programs designed to stop the cycle of family violence and teach more appropriate behaviors should be viewed as a vital component of a

community's response to domestic The legislature therefore finds that a project should be established, the goal of which is to create programs in several communities in such manner as to assure that batterers programs are part of a community continuum of services that responds to local

needs, and that such continuum of services should include approved residential programs for victims of

coordination and cooperation between agencies and services addressing domestic violence, education and outreach efforts on domestic violence, an established and viable referral system for victims of domestic violence and batterers, and to the state concerning efforts to help batterers end their violeny

violence.

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To advance these goals, the legislature establishes in this act a project under the supervision of the office for the prevention of domestic violence created by this act which office shall consult with others, as may be appropriate, having interest expertise in the development of such programs. The legislature declares that the intent of such project is to evaluate the effectiveness of batterers programs

option available to the state in dealing with violence in a family setting,

§ 2. The executive law is amended by adding a new article 21 to read as follows:

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NEW YORK STATE OFFICE FOR THE PREVENTION OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE

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§ 575. New York state office for the prevention of domestic violence. 1. Establishment of office. There is hereby established within the executive department the "New York state office for the prevention of domestic violence", hereinafter in this section referred to

the "office".

2. Duties and responsibilities. The office shall advise the governor and the legislature on the most effective ways for state government to respond to the problem of domestic violence. In fulfilling this respon, sibility, the office shall consult with experts, service

providers

and representative organizations in the field of domestic violence and shall act as an advocate for domestic violence victims and programs.

3. Activities. in addition, the office shall develop and implement policies and programs designed to assist victims of domestic violence and their families, and to provide education and prevention, training and technical assistance. Such domestic violence-related activities shall include, but not be limited to:

(a) Serving as a clearinghouse for information and materials;

(b) Developing and coordinating community outreach and public education throughout the state;

(c) Developing and delivering training to professionals, including but not limited to professionals in the fields of:

(i) domestic violence;
(ii) health and mental health;
(iii) social and human services;
(iv) public education;
(v) law enforcement and criminal justice;
(vi) alcohol and substance abuse.
(d) Developing and promoting school-based prevention programs;

e Providing technical assistance to state and local government bodies and other agencies and to private not-for-profit corporations, on effective policies and responses to domestic violence;

(f) Promoting and facilitating interagency cooperation anong state agencies and intergovernmental cooperation between different levels

of government in the state in the delivery and/or funding of services;

(8) Operating as an advocate for domestic violence services and victims;

(h) Undertaking program and services needs assessments on its own initiative or at the request of the governor, the legislature service providers;

(1) Examining the relationship between domestic violence and other problems and making recommendations for effective policy response;

(i) Collecting data, conducting research, and holding public hearings;

(k) Making periodic reports to the governor and the legislature recommending policy and program directions and reviewing the activities of the office;

(1) Any other activities including the making of and promulgation of rules and regulations deemed necessary to facilitate the

prevention of domestic violence within the scope and purview of this article which are not otherwise inconsistent with any other provisions of law.

4. Advisory council. (a) An advisory council is hereby established to make recommendations on domestic violence related issues and effective strategies for the prevention of domestic violence, to assist in the development of appropriate policies and priorities for effective inter

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