N.Y. State Finance Law Section 97-B
Hazardous waste remedial fund


1.

There is hereby established in the custody of the state comptroller a nonlapsing revolving fund to be known as the “hazardous waste remedial fund”, which shall consist of a “site investigation and construction account”, an “industry fee transfer account”, an “environmental restoration project account”, “hazardous waste cleanup account”, and a “hazardous waste remediation oversight and assistance account”.

2.

Such fund shall consist of all of the following:

(a)

moneys appropriated for transfer to the fund’s site investigation and construction account;

(b)

all fines and other sums accumulated in the fund prior to April first, nineteen hundred eighty-eight pursuant to Environmental Conservation Law § 71-2725 (Disposition of penalties and fines)section 71-2725 of the environmental conservation law for deposit in the fund’s site investigation and construction account;

(c)

all moneys collected or received by the department of taxation and finance pursuant to Environmental Conservation Law § 27-0923 (Special assessments on hazardous wastes generated)section 27-0923 of the environmental conservation law for deposit in the fund’s industry fee transfer account;

(d)

all moneys paid into the fund pursuant to Environmental Conservation Law § 72-0201 (Fees and penalties)section 72-0201 of the environmental conservation law which shall be deposited in the fund’s industry fee transfer account;

(e)

all moneys paid into the fund pursuant to paragraph (b) of subdivision one of Navigation Law § 186 (Disbursement of moneys from the fund)section one hundred eighty-six of the navigation law which shall be deposited in the fund’s industry fee transfer account;

(f)

all moneys recovered under sections 56-0503, 56-0505 and 56-0507 of the environmental conservation law into the fund’s environmental restoration project account;

(g)

all fees paid into the fund pursuant to Environmental Conservation Law § 72-0402 (Hazardous waste program fees)section 72-0402 of the environmental conservation law which shall be deposited in the fund’s industry fee transfer account;

(h)

payments received for all state costs incurred in negotiating and overseeing the implementation of brownfield site cleanup agreements pursuant to title fourteen of article twenty-seven of the environmental conservation law shall be deposited in the hazardous waste remediation oversight and assistance account;(j) other moneys credited or transferred thereto from any other fund or source for deposit in the fund’s site investigation and construction account.

3.

Moneys of the hazardous waste remedial fund, except monies in the industry fee transfer account, when allocated, shall be available to the departments of environmental conservation, health and law for the following purposes:

(a)

inactive hazardous waste disposal site remedial programs pursuant to Environmental Conservation Law § 27-1313 (Remedial programs)section 27-1313 of the environmental conservation law and Public Health Law § 1389-B (Powers of the commissioner)section thirteen hundred eighty-nine-b of the public health law;

(b)

cleaning up or restoring to its original state any area where hazardous wastes were disposed of or possessed unlawfully in violation of article twenty-seven of the environmental conservation law. For the purposes of this section “the original state of the area” shall mean the reasonably ascertainable condition of the property immediately prior to the unlawful disposal or, if it is impracticable to determine such condition, then it is the reasonable environmentally sound condition of the area;

(c)

inactive hazardous waste site identification, classification, and investigation actions including testing, analyses, record searches, and other expenditures necessary to develop the state inactive hazardous waste disposal site remedial plan required pursuant to Environmental Conservation Law § 27-1305 (Reports by the department)section 27-1305 of the environmental conservation law;

(d)

financing the non-federal share of the cost of clean up and site remediation activities, as well as post-closure operation and maintenance costs, pursuant to the federal Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liability Act of 1980;

(e)

emergency response action to clean up spills or abate other public health or environmental hazards involving hazardous wastes, except those provided for under the New York state environmental protection and spill compensation fund;

(f)

to undertake such remedial measures as the department of environmental conservation may determine necessary due to environmental conditions related to the property subject to an agreement to provide state assistance or contract under title five of article fifty-six of the environmental conservation law that were unknown to such department at the time of its approval of such agreement or contract which indicates that conditions on such property are not sufficiently protective of human health for its reasonably anticipated uses or due to information received, in whole or in part, after such department’s approval of such agreement’s final engineering report and certification, which indicates that such agreement’s remedial activities are not sufficiently protective of human health for such property’s reasonably anticipated uses; and, shall provide state assistance under title five of article fifty-six of the environmental conservation law;

(g)

with respect to moneys in the hazardous waste remediation oversight and assistance account, to pay the reasonable costs incurred by the state in negotiating and overseeing implementation of brownfield site cleanup agreements and conducting remediation under title fourteen of article twenty-seven of the environmental conservation law;

(h)

with respect to moneys in the hazardous waste remediation oversight and assistance account, to provide state assistance pursuant to General Municipal Law § 970-R (State assistance for brownfield opportunity areas)section nine hundred seventy-r of the general municipal law;

(i)

with respect to moneys in the hazardous waste remediation oversight and assistance account, non-bondable costs associated with hazardous waste remediation projects. Such costs shall be limited to agency staff costs associated with the administration of state assistance for brownfield opportunity areas pursuant to General Municipal Law § 970-R (State assistance for brownfield opportunity areas)section nine hundred seventy-r of the general municipal law, agency staff costs associated with the administration of technical assistance grants pursuant to titles thirteen and fourteen of article twenty-seven of the environmental conservation law, and costs of the department of environmental conservation related to the geographic information system required by Environmental Conservation Law § 3-0315 (Geographic information system)section 3-0315 of the environmental conservation law;

(j)

with respect to moneys in the hazardous waste remediation oversight and assistance account, technical assistance grants pursuant to titles thirteen and fourteen of article twenty-seven of the environmental conservation law;

4.

No moneys shall be available from the fund pursuant to paragraph (a) of subdivision three of this section unless the commissioner of environmental conservation finds that all reasonable efforts to secure voluntary agreement to pay the costs of necessary remedial actions from owners or operators of inactive hazardous waste sites or other responsible persons have been made except where the commissioner of environmental conservation has made findings pursuant to paragraph b of subdivision three of section 27-1313 of the environmental conservation law or where the commissioner of health has declared a condition dangerous to life or health and made findings pursuant to paragraph (b) of subdivision three of Public Health Law § 1389-B (Powers of the commissioner)section one thousand three hundred eighty-nine-b of the public health law.

6.

The commissioner of the department of environmental conservation shall make all reasonable efforts to recover the full amount of any funds expended from the fund pursuant to paragraph (a) and paragraph (l) of subdivision three of this section through litigation or cooperative agreements with responsible persons. Any and all moneys recovered or reimbursed pursuant to this section through voluntary agreements or court orders shall be deposited with the comptroller and credited to the account of such fund from which such expenditures were made.

7.

Notwithstanding the provisions of any general or special law, no moneys shall be available from the fund until a certificate of allocation and a schedule of amounts to be available therefor shall have been issued by the director of the budget, and a copy of such certificate filed with the comptroller, the chairman of the senate finance committee and the chairman of the assembly ways and means committee. Such certificate may be amended from time to time by the director of the budget and a copy of each such amendment shall be filed with the comptroller, the chairman of the senate finance committee and the chairman of the assembly ways and means committee.

8.

The moneys, when allocated, shall be paid out of the fund on the audit and warrant of the comptroller on vouchers certified or approved by the commissioner of the department of environmental conservation or his duly designated officer.

9.

All repayments and other sums collected or received by the department pursuant to loan agreements entered into pursuant to title five of article fifty-two of the environmental conservation law shall be deposited daily to the credit of the comptroller with such responsible banks, banking houses or trust companies as may be designated by the comptroller. The comptroller shall require adequate security from all such depositories. The comptroller shall, on or before the tenth day of each month, pay all moneys collected pursuant to such title and remaining to his credit in such banks, banking houses or trust companies at the close of business on the last day of the preceding month into the site investigation and construction account of the hazardous waste remedial fund. In the event a municipality shall fail to make any payment due to the state pursuant to such title and the commissioner shall have certified that such municipality has failed to make such payment, the comptroller is authorized and shall withhold from such municipality any state aid payable to it to the extent necessary to meet the certified amount of principal and surcharge due the commissioner and shall immediately pay over to the design and construction account of the hazardous waste remedial fund the amount so withheld.

10.

No moneys of the fund derived from any form of tax or fee imposed by title nine of article twenty-seven or article seventy-two of the environmental conservation law or Navigation Law § 174 (Licenses)section one hundred seventy-four of the navigation law shall be used for any purpose if such use, under federal law, would preclude the collection of such tax or fee.

11.

The industry fee transfer account, established pursuant to subdivision one of this section, is to provide for an equal sharing between the state and industry of the costs of debt service for bonds and notes issued to finance hazardous waste remedial work other than those costs attributable to or payable by responsible parties, a municipality or the federal government. Such sharing shall be provided fifty percent from moneys of the general fund and fifty percent from fees and surcharges designated for this purpose pursuant to subdivisions two and fourteen of this section. When debt service is paid on bonds and notes authorized by the environmental quality bond act of 1986 and sold to provide moneys for hazardous waste site remediation or by Public Authorities Law § 1285-Q (Financing of hazardous waste site remediation projects)section twelve hundred eighty-five-q of the public authorities law, the comptroller shall transfer from the industry fee transfer account to the general fund an amount equal to fifty percent of such debt service payment.

12.

(a) The comptroller shall, on July first, nineteen hundred eighty-eight and on each succeeding July first until such time as the surcharges required pursuant to subdivision fourteen of this section are imposed, estimate the amount of revenues to be received by the industry fee transfer account of this fund in the next succeeding twenty months and the transfers which will be required to be made during the same period. When calculating the estimate of industry fee transfer account revenues available for the purpose of certifying, pursuant to this subdivision, when such account’s balance will be insufficient to make the transfer required by subdivision eleven of this section, the comptroller shall add to the amount estimated to actually be available an additional credit factor as determined by paragraph (b) of this subdivision. If the comptroller determines that the industry fee transfer account will, at any time during the succeeding twenty month period, lack sufficient funds to make the transfer required by subdivision eleven of this section, the comptroller shall so certify to the state super fund management board, created pursuant to Environmental Conservation Law § 27-1319 (State superfund management board)section 27-1319 of the environmental conservation law, and to the governor and the legislature.

(b)

The additional credit factor required by paragraph (a) of this subdivision shall be the sum of the following:

(i)

prior to March thirty-first, nineteen hundred ninety-eight, an amount equal to an amount estimated by the comptroller to be transferred from the industry fee transfer account to the general fund during the period March thirty-first, nineteen hundred ninety through March thirty-first, nineteen hundred ninety-eight, pursuant to chapter forty-one of the laws of nineteen hundred ninety as amended by chapter one hundred sixty-six of the laws of nineteen hundred ninety-one, chapter fifty-five of the laws of nineteen hundred ninety-two, chapter fifty-seven of the laws of nineteen hundred ninety-three, chapter one hundred seventy of the laws of nineteen hundred ninety-four, chapter eighty-three of the laws of nineteen hundred ninety-five, chapter three hundred nine of the laws of nineteen hundred ninety-six and a chapter of the laws of nineteen hundred ninety-seven entitled “An act making appropriations for the support of government and to amend chapter 63 of the laws of 1996 relating to making appropriations for the support of government, in relation to extending the effectiveness thereof; to amend chapter 30 of the laws of 1996, relating to a retirement incentive, in relation to payment schedules; to amend chapter 41 of the laws of 1990, relating to authorizing and directing the transfer of hazardous waste remedial fund industry fee transfer account balances and receipts to the general fund, and the state finance law, in relation to industry fee surcharges and the calculations relating thereto; to amend chapter 83 of the laws of 1995, amending the state finance law and other laws relating to state finances, in relation to the deposit of funds; and to authorize the transfer and deposit of various moneys,” which is in excess of amounts estimated to be needed to make the transfers required by subdivision eleven of this section during the same period and, after March thirty-first, nineteen hundred ninety-eight, an amount equal to the amount actually transferred from the industry fee transfer account to the general fund during the period March thirty-first, nineteen hundred ninety through March thirty-first, nineteen hundred ninety-eight, pursuant to chapter forty-one of the laws of nineteen hundred ninety, as amended by chapter one hundred sixty-six of the laws of nineteen hundred ninety-one, chapter fifty-five of the laws of nineteen hundred ninety-two, chapter fifty-seven of the laws of nineteen hundred ninety-three, chapter one hundred seventy of the laws of nineteen hundred ninety-four, chapter eighty-three of the laws of nineteen hundred ninety-five, chapter three hundred nine of the laws of nineteen hundred ninety-six and a chapter of the laws of nineteen hundred ninety-seven entitled “AN ACT making appropriations for the support of government and to amend chapter 63 of the laws of 1996 relating to making appropriations for the support of government, in relation to extending the effectiveness thereof; to amend chapter 30 of the laws of 1996, relating to a retirement incentive, in relation to payment schedules; to amend chapter 41 of the laws of 1990, relating to authorizing and directing the transfer of hazardous waste remedial fund industry fee transfer account balances and receipts to the general fund, and the state finance law, in relation to industry fee surcharges and the calculations relating thereto; to amend chapter 83 of the laws of 1995, amending the state finance law and other laws relating to state finances, in relation to the deposit of funds; and to authorize the transfer and deposit of various moneys,” which was in excess of the amount required to be transferred during the same period pursuant to subdivision eleven of this section; except that the comptroller shall reduce this amount by an amount equal to the amount which would have been debited against such calculated balance during the prior estimating periods for transfers pursuant to subdivision eleven of this section, if the amount transferred from the industry fee transfer account to the general fund pursuant to chapter forty-one of the laws of nineteen hundred ninety, as amended by chapter one hundred sixty-six of the laws of nineteen hundred ninety-one, chapter fifty-five of the laws of nineteen hundred ninety-two, chapter fifty-seven of the laws of nineteen hundred ninety-three, chapter one hundred seventy of the laws of nineteen hundred ninety-four, chapter eighty-three of the laws of nineteen hundred ninety-five, chapter three hundred nine of the laws of nineteen hundred ninety-six and a chapter of the laws of nineteen hundred ninety-seven entitled “AN ACT making appropriations for the support of government and to amend chapter 63 of the laws of 1996 relating to making appropriations for the support of government, in relation to extending the effectiveness thereof; to amend chapter 30 of the laws of 1996, relating to a retirement incentive, in relation to payment schedules; to amend chapter 41 of the laws of 1990, relating to authorizing and directing the transfer of hazardous waste remedial fund industry fee transfer account balances and receipts to the general fund, and the state finance law, in relation to industry fee surcharges and the calculations relating thereto; to amend chapter 83 of the laws of 1995, amending the state finance law and other laws relating to state finances, in relation to the deposit of funds; and to authorize the transfer and deposit of various moneys,” had been left on deposit in the industry fee transfer account, and had been the only amount available to cover the transfers which would have been made pursuant to subdivision eleven of this section if an actual balance had been available in the industry fee transfer account at such time.

(ii)

an amount, as estimated by the comptroller, equal to the amount of interest which would otherwise have been earned on the amount determined by subparagraph (i) of this paragraph, if such amount had been left on deposit in the industry fee transfer account and accrued through the period for which the comptroller is estimating the available account balances pursuant to paragraph (a) of this subdivision.

13.

Upon the receipt of a certification provided pursuant to subdivision twelve of this section, the state superfund management board shall review and analyze the historical pattern of revenue received by the industry fee transfer account and the long term projection of future transfers from such account, and shall report on or before December first of such year to the governor and the legislature its recommendations, if any, as to the sources of additional revenues which could be used to supplement the revenues to be received by such fund in order to achieve the equal sharing of debt service costs as implemented in subdivision nine of this section.

14.

In the absence of further direction by law, effective April first of the fiscal year immediately following the certification by the comptroller made pursuant to subdivision twelve of this section, surcharges in the following amount shall be imposed:

(a)

twenty-five percent of the fees imposed by sections 72-0402 and 72-0502 of the environmental conservation law. Notwithstanding any other provision of law to the contrary, moneys collected from such surcharge shall be deposited in their entirety to the industry fee transfer account established pursuant to subdivision one of this section;

(b)

fifty percent of the fees imposed by Environmental Conservation Law § 27-0923 (Special assessments on hazardous wastes generated)section 27-0923 of the environmental conservation law, except for those fees contained in paragraphs b and c of subdivision one, and paragraph b of subdivision two of such section, which shall be exempt from such surcharge. Moneys collected from such surcharge shall be deposited to the industry fee transfer account established pursuant to subdivision one of this section.

15.

On and after the date of such certification, the comptroller shall maintain records with respect to such account to reflect each unpaid transfer for the period during which it is unpaid. On and after such date, any deposits in the industry fee transfer account shall be immediately transferred to the general fund of the state until an amount equal to the total of any unpaid transfers and accumulated interest shall have been transferred to the general fund.

Source: Section 97-B — Hazardous waste remedial fund, https://www.­nysenate.­gov/legislation/laws/STF/97-B (updated Apr. 20, 2018; accessed Jul. 6, 2024).

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Classification of funds
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Abolition, maintenance and establishment of funds
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Funds established by law
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Expenditure of check-off monies
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General fund
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Federal interest subsidy payments
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Transportation infrastructure renewal fund
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Establishment of accounts
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Rail preservation and development fund
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Accelerated capacity and transportation improvements fund
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New York state college choice tuition savings program trust fund
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New York higher education loan program variable rate default reserve fund
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World Trade Center memorial foundation fund
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Real estate finance bureau fund
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Anti-discrimination in housing fund
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Veterans’ home assistance fund
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Gifts to food banks fund
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Conservation fund
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Habitat conservation and access account
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The United States Olympic Committee/Lake Placid Olympic Training Center Fund
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Olympic games guaranty fund
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New York state infrastructure trust fund
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Mass transportation operating assistance fund
88‑B
Suburban transportation fund
88‑D
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89‑B
Dedicated highway and bridge trust fund
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Workers’ compensation security fund payment account
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Medical cannabis trust fund
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Military family relief fund
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The school bus motorist education fund
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Substance use disorder education and recovery fund
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Diabetes research and education fund
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New York state department of transportation highway safety program fund
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New York state passenger facility charge fund
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Transportation safety account
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91‑B
Boating noise level enforcement fund
91‑C
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Tax stabilization reserve fund
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Special school purpose school aid
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Stock transfer tax fund
92‑BB
Waste management and cleanup fund
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State lottery fund
92‑CC
Rainy day reserve fund
92‑D
Municipal assistance tax fund
92‑DD
Health care reform act (HCRA) resources fund
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Municipal assistance state aid fund
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New York state higher education endowment
92‑F
Special sales and compensating use tax fund for the city of Yonkers
92‑FF
Metropolitan transportation authority financial assistance fund
92‑G
Motorcycle safety fund
92‑GG
Charitable gifts trust fund
92‑GG*2
Subway assistance fund
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Sales tax revenue bond tax fund
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Health care transformation fund
92‑I
Stock transfer incentive fund
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Metropolitan transportation authority capital assistance fund
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Metropolitan transportation authority paratransit assistance fund
92‑N
Snowmobile trail development and maintenance fund
92‑P
Voting machine and system examination fund
92‑Q
Housing assistance fund
92‑Q*2
The institute for the Hudson River Collection fund
92‑R
Local government assistance tax fund
92‑S
Environmental protection fund
92‑T
New York state campaign finance fund
92‑U
New York state canal system development fund
92‑V
Linked deposit program fund
92‑W
Missing and exploited children clearinghouse fund
92‑X
Tobacco settlement fund
92‑Z
Revenue bond tax fund
93
Capital projects fund
93‑A
New York state storm recovery capital fund
93‑B
Dedicated infrastructure investment fund
94
Court facilities incentive aid fund
94‑A
New York city county clerks’ operations offset fund
94‑B
Judiciary data processing offset fund
95
Abandoned property fund
95‑A
New York state innovation in breast cancer early detection and research awards program fund
95‑B
The New York state “drive out diabetes research and education fund”
95‑C
The marine and coastal district of New York conservation, education, and research fund
95‑D
The New York state “multiple sclerosis research fund”
95‑D*2
“Life pass it on trust fund”
95‑E
New York State prostate and testicular cancer research and education fund
95‑E*2
The New York state autism awareness and research fund
95‑F
The New York state water rescue team awareness and research fund
95‑F*2
The Eighth Air Force Historical Society fund
95‑G
Department of motor vehicles distinctive plate development fund
95‑H
Mental illness anti-stigma fund
95‑I
New York state ALS research and education fund
95‑J
The New York state two hundred fiftieth commemoration commission fund
95‑K
Transgender and non-binary (TGNB) wellness and equity program fund
95‑K*2
Lyme and tick-borne diseases education, research and prevention fund
96
The World Trade Center memorial scholarship fund
97
Housing debt fund, and urban renewal debt fund
97‑A
Environmental quality protection fund
97‑AA
The New York state “Discover Queens fund”
97‑AAA
Clean water/clean air bond fund
97‑AAAAA
Opioid stewardship fund
97‑B
Hazardous waste remedial fund
97‑BB
Criminal justice improvement account
97‑BBB
Clean water/clean air fund
97‑C
Training and education program on occupational safety and health fund
97‑CC
Municipal gun buyback program fund
97‑CCCC
Interest assessment surcharge fund
97‑CCCC*2
Vital records management account
97‑CCCC*3
Tobacco revenue guarantee fund
97‑CCCC*4
Erie canal museum fund
97‑D
Environmental quality bond act fund
97‑DD
Eminent domain account
97‑DDD
Federal single audit chargeback account
97‑DDD*2
Drinking water program management and administration fund
97‑DDD*3
Education archives account
97‑DDDD
Community mental health support and workforce reinvestment account
97‑E
Forest preserve expansion fund
97‑EE
New York Great Lakes protection fund
97‑EEE
Clean water/clean air implementation fund
97‑EEE*2
Education library account
97‑EEEE
Rebuild and renew New York transportation bond fund
97‑EEEE*2
Cultural resource survey account
97‑EEEE*3
Federal-state health reform partnership program account
97‑F
Mental health services fund
97‑FF
Empire state entertainment diversity job training development fund
97‑FFF
Summer school of the arts account
97‑G
Centralized services fund
97‑GG
Division for youth facilities improvement fund
97‑GGG
Teacher certification program account
97‑GGGG
Medicaid training contract account
97‑H
Lake George park trust fund
97‑HH
Tuition reimbursement fund
97‑HHH
High school equivalency account
97‑HHHH
The student lending education account
97‑I
New York state local government records management improvement fund
97‑III
Indirect cost recovery account
97‑IIII
Patient safety center account
97‑J
Firearm violence research fund
97‑JJ
Industrial and utility service account
97‑JJ*2
Not-for-profit short-term revolving loan fund
97‑JJJ
Rome school for the deaf account
97‑JJJJ
Education assessment account
97‑K
Minority and women-owned business enterprise fund
97‑KK
Local services account
97‑KKK
Batavia school for the blind account
97‑KKKK
Intervenor account
97‑L
Sewage treatment program management and administration fund
97‑LL
Improvement of real property tax administration account
97‑LLL
Vocational rehabilitation fund
97‑LLLL
Interstate reciprocity for post-secondary distance education account
97‑LLLL*2
Women’s cancers education and prevention fund
97‑MM
State park infrastructure fund
97‑MM*2
State police motor vehicle law enforcement account
97‑MMM
Archives records management account
97‑MMMM
Veterans remembrance and cemetery maintenance and operation fund
97‑NN
Pet cemetery and pet crematorium inspection and licensing fund
97‑NN*2
World University Games Fund
97‑NN*3
“I love NY waterways” fund
97‑NNN
Office of the professions account
97‑NNNN
Commercial gaming revenue fund
97‑OO
Biodiversity stewardship and research fund
97‑OO*2
Clean air fund
97‑OOO
Department of corrections and community supervision asset forfeiture account
97‑OOOO
Basic health program trust fund
97‑OOOO*2
Smart schools bond fund
97‑P
Community college tuition and instructional income fund
97‑PP
New York state emergency services revolving loan account
97‑PPP
Education museum account
97‑PPPP
Lupus research and education fund
97‑PPPP*2
Sickle cell disease research and education fund
97‑Q
New York state emergency medical services training account
97‑QQ
Statewide public safety communications account
97‑QQQ
Automation and printing chargeback account
97‑QQQQ
Cystic fibrosis research and education fund
97‑R
State cemetery vandalism restoration, monument repair or removal and administration fund
97‑RR
Pet dealer licensing fund
97‑RRR
School tax relief fund
97‑RRR*2
Debt reduction reserve fund
97‑RRRR
Lupus education and prevention fund
97‑S
Nelson A
97‑SSS
Charter schools stimulus fund
97‑SSSS
Leukemia, lymphoma and myeloma research, education and treatment fund
97‑SSSS*2
Elevator and related conveyances safety program account
97‑T
Lawyers’ fund for client protection of the state of New York
97‑TT
Intervenor account
97‑TTT
Federal revenue maximization contract fund
97‑TTTT
Clean water, clean air, and green jobs bond fund
97‑UU
Legislative computer services fund
97‑UUU
Tax revenue arrearage account
97‑UUU*2
Transportation infrastructure bond fund
97‑V
The New York interest on lawyer account (IOLA) fund
97‑V*2
New York state musical instrument revolving fund
97‑VV
Senate recyclable materials, information services and conference fund
97‑VVV
Universal prekindergarten reserve fund
97‑W
Chemical dependence service fund
97‑WW
Assembly recyclable materials, information services and conference fund
97‑WWW
Cuba lake management fund
97‑WWW*2
Quality child care and protection fund
97‑WWW*3
Underground facilities safety training account
97‑WWW*4
Consumer protection account
97‑WWW*5
Percy T
97‑X
Statewide planning and research cooperative system
97‑XX
Animal population control fund
97‑XXX
Additional mass transportation assistance fund
97‑XXX*2
Agriculture in the classroom fund
97‑XXXX
State health innovation plan account
97‑Y
Business and licensing services account
97‑YY
Breast cancer research and education fund
97‑YYY
Children and family services quality enhancement fund
97‑YYY*2
Domestic violence awareness fund
97‑YYYY
Arts fund
97‑Z
Arts capital grants fund
97‑ZZ
Federal revenue maximization contract fund
97‑ZZZ
Cultural education account
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Investment of state funds
98‑A
Investment of general funds, bond proceeds, and other funds not immediately required
98‑B
Indigent legal services fund
98‑C
Legal services assistance fund
98‑D
1332 state innovation program fund
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Withholding of state assistance upon default in payment of bonds held by the state
99‑A
Justice court fund
99‑AA
Retiree health benefit trust fund
99‑B
Withholding of state aid for school purposes upon default in payment of obligations of the prospective recipient
99‑BB
Armory rental account
99‑BB*2
Parking services fund
99‑BB*3
New York state secure choice administrative fund
99‑BB*4
SUNY Stony Brook Eastern Long Island Hospital Affiliation escrow fund
99‑BB*5
School-based health centers fund
99‑C
Withholding of state aid upon failure of municipalities and school districts to repay health insurance reserve receipts when required
99‑CC
Solid waste fund
99‑D
City university stabilization account
99‑D*2
Community projects fund
99‑DD
Special events fund
99‑E
State university stabilization account
99‑EE
Down’s syndrome research fund
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Spinal cord injury research trust fund
99‑FF
Parks retail stores fund
99‑FF*2
New York central business district trust fund
99‑GG
Golf fund
99‑H
Tribal-state compact revenue account
99‑H*2
Teacher education accreditation account
99‑HH
Criminal justice discovery compensation fund
99‑HH*2
Public health emergency charitable gifts trust fund
99‑HH*3
Endangered and threatened species mitigation bank fund
99‑HH*4
Behavioral health parity compliance fund
99‑I
Racing regulation account
99‑II
New York state cannabis revenue fund
99‑J
Child performer’s protection fund
99‑JJ
New York state drug treatment and public education fund
99‑K
Child performer’s holding fund
99‑KK
New York state community grants reinvestment fund
99‑L
Assisted living residence quality oversight fund
99‑L*2
Love your library fund
99‑LL
New York state council on the arts cultural programs fund
99‑MM
Emergency rental assistance municipal corporation allocation fund
99‑N
Highway construction and maintenance safety education fund
99‑NN
Opioid settlement fund
99‑O
Arts institutions revolving loan fund
99‑OO
Pharmacy benefit manager regulatory fund
99‑P
Empire state stem cell trust fund
99‑PP
Background check fund
99‑PP*2
Agricultural and farmland viability protection fund
99‑PP*3
Animal shelter regulation fund
99‑Q
Volunteer firefighting and volunteer emergency services recruitment and retention fund
99‑QQ
Hazard mitigation state revolving loan fund
99‑QQ*2
New York climate action fund
99‑RR
Healthcare stability fund
99‑RR*2
Air quality improvement fund
99‑S
Youth facility per diem account
99‑T
New York state medical indemnity fund account
99‑U
New York state gaming commission account
99‑U*2
New York state teen health education fund
99‑V
Mortgage settlement proceeds trust fund
99‑V*2
Homeless veterans assistance fund
99‑W
Transit assistance for capital investments fund
99‑W*2
SUNY DSRIP escrow fund
99‑X
New York achieving a better life experience (NY ABLE) savings program trust fund
99‑Y
SUNY Stony Brook Affiliation escrow fund
99‑Y*2
Health republic insurance of New York fund
99‑Y*3
Highway use tax administration account
99‑Z
Cure childhood cancer research fund

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Jul. 6, 2024

Last modified:
Apr. 20, 2018

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