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NEW YORK STATE SENATE

INTRODUCER'S MEMORANDUM IN SUPPORT

Submitted in accordance with Senate Rule VI, Sec. 1


 

(X) Memo on original bill
( ) Memo on amended bill



SENATE BILL #: S.                                                                   ASSEMBLY BILL #: A.
SENATE SPONSOR(S):


ASSEMBLY SPONSOR (S):


TITLE: Homeless Land Reservation. The homeless will own the land in common by deed, using a non-profit corp.

Each reservation will be between one and four soccer fields in size, one for each county, determined by the catchments of area population.

PURPOSE: To preserve the lives of homeless people from untimely, unnecessary un-required death and for the accruement of resources in order to survive the elements.

SUMMARY OF PROVISIONS: Each county in N.Y.S. shall have one homelessland reservation wih administrative codes suspended (not void), in order to preserve life, and to re-organize lives with direction, hope and community.

The State will not mandate persons to Homeless Land Reservations (HLR).

EXISTING LAW: There is none.

JUSTIFICATION: HLR's are intended to ease the burden of eminent death, human suffering and social detachment.

LEGISLATIVE HISTORY: There is none.

FISCAL IMPLICATIONS: The State will not provide money or resources. The State will only apportion land. The homeless must pay a tax to N.Y.S., an amount in proportion to their income.

LOCAL FISCAL IMPLICATIONS: Locations must not affect the public visually or socially. Land near a county dump, close to a bus stop, is recommended.

EFFECTIVE DATE:


 

CONTACT: KENNETH CHURCHILL (631) 569-6802         

 

 

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