N.Y. General Municipal Law Section 20
Special population census: population data


1.

Any county on behalf of all cities, towns and villages therein or any county, city, town, or village on its own behalf is hereby authorized and empowered to contract with the United States bureau of the census to supervise a special population census for purposes of computation of state assistance payable pursuant to State Finance Law § 54 (Per capita state aid for the support of local government)section fifty-four of the state finance law in any year and the cost of such a census shall be an expense of the county, city, town, or village respectively. Such county, city, town, or village shall give written notice to the commissioner of taxation and finance that such a contract has been entered into with the United States bureau of the census within thirty days thereof.

2.

A county, city, town, or village may request from the United States bureau of the census and pay such bureau for the cost of special data for possible use in apportioning its local legislative body.

Source: Section 20 — Special population census: population data, https://www.­nysenate.­gov/legislation/laws/GMU/20 (updated Sep. 22, 2014; accessed Jun. 15, 2024).

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Compensation for property of a municipal corporation, school district or district corporation taken by eminent domain
3‑A
Rate of interest on judgments and accrued claims against municipal corporations
3‑B
Limitation on real estate tax in New York city
3‑C
Limit upon real property tax levies by local governments
4
Investigation of expenditures of towns and villages
5
Payment of fines, civil penalties, rent, rates, taxes, fees, charges and other amounts by credit card
5‑A
Electronic or wire transfers
5‑B
Collection of fines, civil penalties, rent, rates, taxes, fees, charges and other amounts via the internet
6‑C
Capital reserve funds for counties, cities, villages, towns and sewer and water improvement districts
6‑D
Repair reserve funds for municipal corporations, school districts, district corporations and improvement districts
6‑E
Contingency and tax stabilization reserve fund for municipal corporations
6‑F
Snow and ice removal and road repair reserve funds for municipal corporations
6‑G
Capital reserve funds for fire districts
6‑H
Reserve fund for payment of bonded indebtedness in counties, cities, villages, towns and fire districts
6‑I
Airport development and amortization funds
6‑J
Workmen’s compensation reserve fund
6‑K
Electric utility depreciation reserve funds
6‑L
Mandatory reserve fund for municipal corporations, fire districts and school districts
6‑M
Unemployment insurance payment reserve fund
6‑N
Insurance reserve fund
6‑O
Solid waste management facility reserve funds
6‑P
Employee benefit accrued liability reserve fund
6‑Q
Intermunicipal agreement for a joint capital reserve fund in the county of Tompkins
6‑R
Retirement contribution reserve funds 1
6‑S
Community preservation funds
6‑T
Charitable gifts reserve fund
6‑U
Charitable gifts reserve fund
6‑V
Asset forfeiture escrow fund
7
Payment of municipal bonds
8
Application of revenues of a public improvement or part thereof, or service
9
Use of tax moneys raised outside constitutional tax limit
9‑A
Inter-fund advances
10
Deposits of public money
11
Temporary investments
12
Deposits of public authorities, public benefit corporations and other corporations
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Special population census: population data
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Cancellation of unpaid checks or drafts
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Claims against fire insurance proceeds
23
Flexible benefits program
24
Corporation for the benefit of the city of New York
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Treatment of capital costs and certain fund balances of the city of New York

Accessed:
Jun. 15, 2024

Last modified:
Sep. 22, 2014

§ 20’s source at nysenate​.gov

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