The following document summarizes the status of bills of interest passed by both houses of the New York State Legislature in 2019. Organized by subject area, it includes only those initiatives that directly affect cities and villages, beginning with those that were included in the 2019-20 State Budget.
OCTOBER 2, 2019
Whether you are a new or a seasoned municipal official, these webinars will provide you with the most up-to-date information in planning and zoning law. These one-hour webinars will cover the following topics:
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Sneak Peak of NYCOM's Municipal Matters quarterly magazine (Vol. 3, No. 1):
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NYCOM's Fall Training School went off without a hitch in Saratoga Springs this September:
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The village election material contained in this publication was compiled by the New York State Conference of Mayors. The dates and material are based upon current statutory provisions, including amendments through the 2019 session of the State Legislature.
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This policy paper outlines the various enactments that amended the Election Law during the 2019 legislative session and discuss how these changes may affect the operations of local governments.
SEPTEMBER 4, 2019
Recycling Coordination, Education, Planning and Promotion Projects Grants Gateway Application Guidelines and Request for Applications
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