New York Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation Law

Sec. § 33.03
Jurisdiction, Functions, Powers and Duties

§ 33.03 Jurisdiction, functions, powers and duties. In addition to any other powers, functions and duties conferred upon it by this title, or other provisions of law, the advisory council shall:


Meet at least twice each year to provide information and review the activities within the state heritage areas conducted pursuant to this title.


Assist as specified in this title in coordinating state actions with the objectives of the system, and to assist and make such recommendations as are necessary to carry out the purposes of this title.


Review complaints made by local governments or other entities established by law to administer heritage areas relating to activities undertaken by state agencies which may adversely affect heritage area resources and make recommendations with respect thereto.


Submit reports to the governor, not less than once a year, concerning progress toward implementing the system, including recommendations for the future.


Exercise and perform such other advisory functions, powers and duties related to the planning, development and management of the system as may be appropriate.

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