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|A Place at the Table - would raise the expenditure threshold required to register and report as a lobbyist from $5,000 to $10,000
|Authorizes non-membership not-for-profit corporations to classify their boards through their by-laws.
|Not-for-Profit Corporation Law
|Relates to the indemnification of directors, officers and key persons; and to repeal sections 721, 722 and 723 of the not-for-profit corporation law; repealer
|Relates to the applicability of open meetings and freedom of information laws to certain not-for-profit corporations.
|Opposed and Suggesting Amendments
|Relates to the correction of tax errors made by the nonprofit revitalization act.
|Makes certain nonprofits who contract with the government and are licenced by OPWDD, OMH, or DOH subject to the freedom of information and open meetings law.
|Requires not-for-profit corporations have a board of directors which reflects the ethnic demographics of the communities that they serve to be able to receive state funds.
|Provides for emergency appropriation for the period April 1, 2023 through April 10, 2023.
|Fiscal Year 2024 Appropriations Legislation
|S. 4000/A. 3000
|State Operation and Budget
|S. 4001/A. 3001
|Legislature and Judiciary
|S. 4002/A. 3002
|State Debt Service
|S. 4003/A. 3003
|Aid to Localities
|S. 4004/A. 3004
|Fiscal Year 2024 Article VII Legislation
|S. 4006 / A. 3006
|Education, Labor, and Family Assistance
|S. 4007 / A. 3007
|Health and Mental Hygiene
|S. 4005 / A. 3005
|Public Protection and Good Government
|S. 4008 / A. 4008
|Transportation, Economic Development, and Environmental Conservation
|S. 4009 / A. 3009
|Energy and Environment
|Limits the municipal sustainable energy loan program to entities which are not individuals
|Establishes the coronavirus pandemic small business and not-for-profit organization loan program. Nonprofits with 100 or less employees may apply for no-interest loans of $75,000 or less, if they've been affected by the pandemic.
|Would require all state contractors to submit equal pay reports including workforce pay averages by job category, gender, race, and ethnicity, and the difference between pay averages.
|Relates to the establishment of regional arts, cultural affairs, and parks accessibility grant
|Relates to the establishment of regional arts, cultural affairs, and parks sustainability grants
|Establishes regional arts, cultural affairs, and parks accessibility and sustainability grants for ten regions throughout the state.
|Relates to the definition of employer and the duty of public employers to develop and implement programs to prevent workplace violence.
|Relates to prompt payments to counties by the state; provides if prompt payment is not provided an interest payment shall be made to the contractor or county government.
|Waives the assessment of fines or monetary penalties against a not-for-profit organization, school, place of worship or small business located in a city with a population of one million or more by a state or local agency for a violation of law, rule, regulation or executive order during the COVID-19 covered period; provides exceptions.
|Relates to the provision of financial assistance to museums, zoos, botanical gardens, aquariums and other cultural institutions located in low-income urban, suburban or rural communities, or that provide educational services to students from such communities.
|Enacts the New York state excess food act which provides for mandatory donation of consumable food products; provides mandatory composting of appropriate materials; establishes the New York state excess food fund which will be funded by fines collected from violations of the New York state excess food act.
|Property and Other Tax
|Requires the burden of annually establishing that the requirements of the mandatory class non-profit real property tax exemptions have been satisfied to fall upon the owner of the property and must be proven by clear and convincing evidence.
|Relates to exempting certain nonprofit community gardens from payment for water usage and supply.
|Sets a 7 year limit to the real property tax exemption for unimproved property of mandatory class nonprofit organizations.
|Establishes a rent increase exemption for certain nonprofit organizations; provides a tax abatement for limiting rent increases on nonprofit organizations in a city of one million or more persons.
|Relates to privately owned vacant property temporarily used for public benefit, to be temporarily exempt from taxation and ad valorem levies.
|Relates to tax exemptions for properties in violation of zoning laws
|Relates to property tax exemptions for nonprofit organizations; allows for nonprofit organizations to file an application for an exemption with the assessor no later than the taxable status date applicable to the following year's assessment roll where such nonprofit organization has purchased property after the taxable status date but prior to the levy of taxes.
|Provides that real property tax exemptions granted to real property owned by corporations or associations organized or conducted exclusively for hospital or for purposes related to the moral or mental improvement of men, women, or children and used exclusively for carrying out such purposes shall only be granted if the property owner can prove by clear and convincing evidence that each acre is actually used for such purpose at least 120 days a year.
|Establishes an essential workers' bill of rights; provides that all employers shall provide essential workers with personal protective equipment, inform such workers of exposure to any disease related to a state disaster emergency, and not retaliate for any report of an unsafe work environment; provides certain employers shall make hazard payments and cover the costs of any child care or health care needed by such essential workers for the duration of the state disaster emergency.
|Civil Practice Law and Rules
|An Act to amend the civil practice law and rules, in relation to exempting certain accounts established by not-for-profit corporations from application to the satisfaction of money judgments for bankruptcy purposes.
|An act to amend the executive law, in relation to requiring certain
employees of charitable organizations to complete a course of instruction in the law and ethics of fundraising.
|Clarifies the extension of uniform land use review procedures to any not-for-profit organization or corporation proposing to provide shelters to the homeless irrespective of any declaration of an emergency or a finding of need for immediate action.
|Creates the New York State social impact bond initiative.