§ 223-a. The board of supervisors of any county may appropriate such sums as it may deem proper, not exceeding three thousand dollars in any one year, to carry out the provisions of the forest practice act as defined in section sixty-d of the conservation law, within such county. The county treasurer shall pay the moneys so appropriated to the chairman of the district forest practice board upon his order and upon his giving a proper receipt therefore. The chairman of the district forest practice board shall furnish the board of supervisors a detailed statement of its work and transactions, financed in whole or in part from such moneys, for the year ending November thirty and for any other period which the board of supervisors may request and in such form as said board may direct. Any county making such an appropriation shall be reimbursed annually by the district forest practice board within six months following the close of the fiscal year of the county by which moneys were made available to the extent that such board has moneys made available to it for such purpose by the state of New York or any of its agencies or the United States of America or any of its agencies. NOTE: Subdivision 28-f of section 12 of Old County law, being added by chapter 204 of 1950 missed being recodified as a section of County law as other subdivisions of section 12 were in such year. It was saved by Sec. 1001 of present county law.
Section 223-A — The board of supervisors of any county may appropriate such sums as it may deem proper, not exceeding three thousand dollars in any one y...,
https://www.nysenate.gov/legislation/laws/CNT/223-A (updated Sep. 22, 2014; accessed Nov. 25, 2023).