N.Y. County Law Section 225-B
Contracts for visiting nursing services


The board of supervisors of any county may, upon recommendation of the county board of health, contract with any nonprofit institution or agency, wholly or partly under private control, organized to furnish visiting nursing and public health services and agree to pay fees specified in the said contract for such services furnished to inhabitants of the county. Any fees for services collected by the institution or agency for services rendered under such contract shall be credited against the amount payable by the county under the terms of the contract. Such contracts shall be effective only upon approval of the state commissioner of health and the state comptroller. Such contracts shall provide that the contracting institution or agency will comply with all rules promulgated by the county health commissioner. Such boards of supervisors are authorized and empowered to appropriate the sums required to be paid to such institutions and agencies under the terms of such contracts and to raise the amount thereof by taxation.

Source: Section 225-B — Contracts for visiting nursing services, https://www.­nysenate.­gov/legislation/laws/CNT/225-B (updated Sep. 22, 2014; accessed Jun. 15, 2024).

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Compensation of supervisors
201
Compensation of officers
202
Publication of compensation and expenses of supervisors in certain counties
203
Expenses incurred in the performance of official duty
204
Positions of employment
205
Compensation of employees
205‑A
Certain pilot projects
206
Hours of work and office hours
206‑A
Business in county offices on holidays and Saturdays
207
Vacations
208
Books and records
209
Investigations
210
Examination and post audit
211
Printed and electronically recorded proceedings of the board
212
Designation of depositaries
214
Designation of newspapers
215
County property
216
Location of county offices
217
County jail
217‑A
Qualification for employment as a county correction officer
218
Courthouses and judicial expenditures
218‑A
County detention facilities for juvenile delinquents and persons in need of supervision
218‑B
Prisoner furlough program in county jails and penitentiaries
219
Reforested lands
220
County planning board
220‑A
Water quality management agency
221
County park commission
222
Cemeteries
223
Flood control and soil conservation
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...
223‑B
EMS training and mutual aid programs
224
Optional appropriations and contracts for public benefit services
224‑A
Elimination of noxious weeds
224‑B
Cooperative extension area and statewide program specialist
225
Optional appropriations for public benefit services administered by the board
225‑A
Fire training and mutual aid programs
225‑B
Contracts for visiting nursing services
226
Monuments and memorials
226‑A
Patriotic observances
226‑B
Solid waste management
226‑C
Waiver of fees for veterans’ organizations
226‑C*2
Waiver of fees for veterans organizations
226‑C*3
Waiver of fees for veterans’ organizations
226‑D
Waiver of fees for veterans’ organizations
226‑E
Waiver of fees for veterans’ organizations
227
Legalizing acts
228
Disputed town boundaries
229
Erection and dissolution of towns
231
Expenses of police officer or peace officer injured in line of duty
232
County officers’ and county executives’ associations
233
Procedure on tax limit increase
233‑A
Amounts to be included or excluded in computing constitutional taxing power
233‑B
Payment in lieu of taxes for property acquired for park or recreational purposes
234
Additional powers granted under other laws
234‑A
Service of notice in relation to constitutionality of local law, ordinance, rule or regulation of a county
235
The board of supervisors by resolution may appoint a committee of citizens of the county to act in an advisory capacity to any committee,...
236
County plumbing licensing
236‑A
County master electrician licensing
236‑B
County electrical inspector licensing
237
Alcoholic beverage control

Accessed:
Jun. 15, 2024

Last modified:
Sep. 22, 2014

§ 225-B’s source at nysenate​.gov

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