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state is reimbursed in full for any and all such payments

(re. $3,400,000)

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By chapter 53, section 2, of the laws of 1981, as amended by chapter 53,

section 3, of the laws of 1982, as reappropriated by chapter 53,

section 2, of the laws of 1984: For the federal share of a formula grant program of capital and operating assistance to support public transit in rural and small urban

as authorized by section eighteen of the urban mass transportation act of nineteen hundred sixty-four amended by section three hundred thirteen of the surface transportation assistance act

of nineteen hundred seventy-eight. For

payment by the state of the share of the federal government for transportation operations and capital projects undertaken by participating localities in accordance with a program approved by the federal highway administration. No monies shall be available

for

expenditure from this appropriation until written repayment agreement has been entered into between the commissioner of transportation and the director of the budget. Upon the issuance of a segregation of funds by the director of the budget, the department of transportation is hereby authorized to pay the federal share of local projects as may be required to meet programmed expenditures in

accordance with approved grant agreements. The comptroller is hereby authorized to receive from the federal gov

ernment, and to deposit to the credit of the general fund, amounts of money equal to the expenditures herein authorized so that the state is reimbursed in full for any and all such payments

(re. $1,333,000)

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By chapter 53, section 2, of the laws of 1980, as amended by chapter 53,

section 3, of the laws of 1982 and reappropriated by chapter 53,

section 2, of the laws of 1984: For the federal share of a formula grant program of capital and operating assistance to support public transit in rural and small urban

as authorized by section eighteen of the urban mass transportation act of nineteen hundred sixty-four amended by section three hundred thirteen of the surface transportation assistance act

of nineteen hundred seventy-eight. For payment by the state of the share of the federal government for

transportation operations and capital projects undertaken by participating localities in accordance with a program approved by the fed

eral highway administration. No monies shall be available for expenditure from this appropriation

until a written repayment agreement has been entered into between

the commissioner of transportation and the director of the budget. Upon the issuance of a segregation of funds by the director of the

budget, the department of transportation is hereby authorized to pay the federal share of local projects as may be required to meet pro

gramined expenditures in accordance with approved grant agreements. The comptroller is hereby authorized to receive from the federal gov

ernment, and to deposit to the credit of the general fund, amounts of money equal to the expenditures herein authorized so that the state is reimbursed in full for any and all such payments

(re. $600,000)

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By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 1980, as reappropriated by

chapter 53, section 2, of the laws of 1984, for: The of

hundred million dollars ($100,000,000), or so much thereof as may be necessary, is hereby appropriated to the department of transportation for the payment of the non-local share to be paid to the appropriate county or to New York city for the reconstruction, improvement, reconditioning and preservation of highways and bridges off the state highway system, and for the acquisition of real property required or expected to be required therefor by any county, city, town or village, or two or more of the foregoing acting jointly, in accordance with the following schedule:

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1. Albany 2. Allegany 3. Broome 4. Cattaraugus 5. Cayuga 6. Chautauqua 7. Chemung 8. Chenango 9. Clinton 10. Columbia 11. Cortland 12. Delaware 13. Dutchess 14. Eries 15. Essex 16. Franklin 17. Fulton 18. Genesee 19. Greene. 20. Hamilton. 21. Herkimer.. 22. Jefferson 23. Lewis 24. Livingston... 25. Madison 26. Monroe* 27. Montgomery 28. Nassau 29. Niagara 30. Oneida.

$588
885
698
845
486
844
389
785
513
615

364
1,035

874
985
381
545
303
324
427
115
403
694
619
538
504
805

210
1,487

$423
492
493
612
762
842
349
439
536
385
370
376

573
1,748

520 388 213 370 378 140 840 800 371 345 637 956

576 1,065

$583
116
409
253
196
495
279

90
113
74
97
113

268 1,511

67 113 175 113 78 17 175 269

46 113 133 970

188 1,861

379
911

420
848

681
666

$2,125

1,991 2,133 2,280 1,925 2,908 1,356 1,752 1,549 1,432 1,108 2,032 2,287 5,658 1,291 1,395

921 1,076 1,177

363 1,891 2,351 1,381 1,328 1,699 3,641 1,299 5,884 1,973 3,233

$1,594 1,493 1,600 1,710 1,444 2,181 1,017 1,314 1,162 1,074

831 1,524 1,715 4,244

968 1,046

691 807 883

272 1,418 1,763 1,036

996 1,274 2,731

974 4,413 1,480 2,425

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31. Onondaga...
32. Ontario
33. Orange.
34. Orleans
35. Oswego.
36. Otsego.
37. Putnam.
38. Rensselaer..
39. Rockland
40. St. Lawrence.
41. Saratoga
42. Schenectady.
43. Schoharie
44. Schuyler...
45. Seneca..
46. Steuben
47. Suffolk
48. Sullivan.
49. Tioga
50. Tompkins.
51. Ulster.
52. Warren..
53. Washington
54. Wayne ..
55. Westchester*,
56. Wyoming
57. Yates

683
607
823
272
657
865
342
614

391
1,293

717
194
455
320

256
1,339
3,502

929 539 432 885 450 675 573 857 439 340

1,168

346 444 289 724 696 172 483 210 837 523 320 463 178 226 987 608 563 213 451 618 355 408 596 228 364 263

825 185 486

79 274 132

20 324 220 260 239 307 41 53 90 299 858 97 79 197 213

97 119

184 1,935

81 44

3,568
1,517
2,337

853
2,207
2,257

712 1,895 1,095 3,186 1,972 1,095 1,279

735

763 3,500 6,624 2,119 1,108 1,440 2,288 1, 203 1,603 1,804 4,027 1,178

863

2,676 1,138 1,753

640 1,655 1,693

534 1,421

821 2,390 1,479

821 959 551

572 2,625 4,968 1,589

831 1,080 1,716

902 1,202 1,353 3,020

884 647

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*Cities over 200,000 population receive specific shares of their County's Village/City system allocation as follows: Buffalo $962, Rochester $823, Yonkers $439.

The above schedule is in accordance with the categories as required by

subdivision five of section two hundred thirty-two of the transportation law, as added by chapter three hundred sixty-nine of the laws of nineteen hundred seventy-nine. Notwithstanding the provisions of

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special law, no money shall be available for the above purpose until a certificate of approval of availability shall have been

issued by the director of the budget, and a copy of such certificate filed with the state comptroller, the chairman of the senate finance committee and the chairman of the assembly ways and means committee. Such certificate may be amended from time to time by the director of the budget, and a copy of each such amendment shall be filed with the state comptroller, the chairman of the ate finance committee and the chairman of the assembly ways and means committee

.(re. $2,011,000)

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By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 1984:
For the costs, to the extent necessary, of operating assistance

payments or capital reconstruction or rehabilitation of rail freight

facilities pursuant to section 14-d of the transportation law. The commissioner of transportation may prescribe, subject to the ap

proval of the director of the budget, such regulations as he deems necessary and appropriate to effectuate the purposes of this appropriation, including but not limited to the utility and cost effectiveness of the services. No rail freight facility shall receive assistance for a period greater than nine months unless such facility shall have developed plan of action as approved by the commissioner which shall demonstrate the ability of the facility to operate independent of continued state assistance within three years of

first receiving such state assistance. In no event, however, shall a rail freight line receive state operating assistance payments for a period longer than three years

(re. $3,675,000)

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By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 1982, as reappropriated by

chapter 53, section 2, of the laws of 1984: For the costs,

to the extent necessary, of operating assistance payments or capital reconstruction or rehabilitation of rail freight

facilities pursuant to section 14-d of the transportation law. The commissioner of transportation may prescribe, subject to the ap

proval of the director of the budget, such regulations as he deems necessary and appropriate to effectuate the purposes of this appropriation, including but not limited to the utility and cost effectiveness of the services. No rail freight facility shall receive assistance for a period greater than nine months unless such facility shall have developed a plan of action as approved by the commissioner which shall demonstrate the ability of the facility to operate independent of continued state assistance within three years of

first receiving such state assistance. In no event, however, shall a rail freight line receive state operating assistance payments for a period longer than three years

(re. $4,964,000) AID TO LOCALITIES

REAPPROPRIATIONS

General Fund

Local Assistance Account

By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 1983, as reappropriated by

chapter 53, section 2, of the laws of 1984: For the

costs, to the extent necessary, of operating assistance payments or capital reconstruction or rehabilitation of rail freight

facilities pursuant to section 14-d of the transportation law. The commissioner of transportation may prescribe, subject to the ap

proval of the director of the budget, such regulations as he deems necessary and appropriate to effectuate the purposes of this appropriation, including but not limited to the utility and cost effectiveness of the services. No rail freight facility shall receive assistance for a period greater than nine months unless such facility shall have developed plan of action as approved by the commissioner which shall demonstrate the ability of the facility to opero ate independent of continued state assistance within three years of

first receiving such state assistance. In

no event, however, shall a rail freight line receive state operating assistance payments for a period longer than three years

(re. $3,451,000)

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By chapter 53, section 1, of the laws of 1983, as reappropriated by

chapter 53, section 2, of the laws of 1984: The sum of three hundred seventy-seven million eight hundred thousand

dollars ( $377,800,000), or so much thereof as may be available and necessary is hereby appropriated from the accounts of the mass transportation operating assistance fund to the department of transportation for payment of mass transportation operating assistance in accordance with the following schedules. Payments pursuant to this appropriation shall not be used for other than purposes of operating public transportation systems. Whenever the commissioner of transportation is notified by the comptroller that the amount of revenues available for payment from an account is less than the total amount of money for which the public mass transportation systems are eligible pursuant to the provisions of both section eighty-eight-a of the state finance law and this appropriation, the commissioner shall establish a maximum payment limit which is proportionally lower than

the amounts set forth in the following schedule. In order to be eligible to receive service payments pursuant to this appropriation, eligible public

transportation systems must fully utilize funds made available under section 18-b of the transportation law and fully comply with the provisions of the appropria

tion pursuant to such section 18-b. Notwithstanding subdivisions five-b and seven-b of sections eighty

eight-a of the state finance law and any other general special law,

payments pursuant to this appropriation may be made in quarterly installments or in such other manner and at such other times the

commissioner of transportation, with the approval of the director of the budget may prescribe.

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