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A01414 Summary:

BILL NOA01414A
 
SAME ASSAME AS S04719-A
 
SPONSORLupardo
 
COSPNSRVanel, Angelino, McMahon, Thiele, Santabarbara, Dickens, Cusick, Hawley, Tague, McDonald, Colton, Jensen, Miller B, Fitzpatrick, Ashby, Walczyk, Gandolfo, Brabenec, Montesano, Salka, Blankenbush
 
MLTSPNSR
 
Add §82-c, Civ Serv L
 
Provides that members of the civil air patrol shall be entitled to paid leave for emergency services during a declared state of emergency.
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A01414 Actions:

BILL NOA01414A
 
01/11/2021referred to governmental employees
05/12/2021amend and recommit to governmental employees
05/12/2021print number 1414a
05/25/2021reported referred to ways and means
06/01/2021reported referred to rules
06/02/2021reported
06/02/2021rules report cal.289
06/02/2021ordered to third reading rules cal.289
06/02/2021passed assembly
06/02/2021delivered to senate
06/03/2021REFERRED TO RULES
06/03/2021SUBSTITUTED FOR S4719A
06/03/20213RD READING CAL.1248
06/03/2021PASSED SENATE
06/03/2021RETURNED TO ASSEMBLY
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A01414 Memo:

NEW YORK STATE ASSEMBLY
MEMORANDUM IN SUPPORT OF LEGISLATION
submitted in accordance with Assembly Rule III, Sec 1(f)
 
BILL NUMBER: A1414A       REVISED 05/14/2021
 
SPONSOR: Lupardo
  TITLE OF BILL: An act to amend the civil service law, in relation to paid leave for members of the civil air patrol   PURPOSE OR GENERAL IDEA OF BILL: Relates to paid leave for Public employee members of the civil air patrol.   SUMMARY OF SPECIFIC PROVISIONS: Section 1. The civil service law is amended by adding a new section 82-c Civil Service law. Section 2: Effective date.   JUSTIFICATION: The Civil Air Patrol has a long history of volunteers donating their time for the protection of our communities and civilians in time of emergency. In the early years, their mission was focused on the defense of our homeland against possible surprise attack by a foreign enemy. Their mission has evolved into lifesaving operations in times of natural disaster or more specifically in the case of downed and missing aircraft. The Civil Air Patrol provides valuable assistance to law enforcement and emergency personnel in search and rescue missions. The disappearance of Stephen Fawcett, noted balloonist and aviator, when his aircraft failed to return to his home airport spawned a massive search and rescue mission. The Civil Air Patrol was a major part of that effort. Volunteers logged thousands of hours in cooperation with local law enforcement searching for Fawcett. The aircraft used in the mission was predominantly owned and maintained by the Civil Air Patrol. The Civil Air Patrol volunteers spend many hours in training for search and rescue missions as well as introducing young people to the rewards of volunteering, training in search and rescue strategy and learning about aircraft operation including Multi training. Youth volunteers are trained in military discipline in preparation fora potential military career in the United States Air force. Youth participation in the Civil Air Patrol is recognized by our military as an excellent training base before enlistment. Adult volunteers spend many hours to keep themselves current in rescue techniques, flying skills, and youth development programs. Their skills are just as important as other local emergency response teams as they often are working side by side. This legislation will allow Public Employee members of the Civil air patrol to be compen- sated at their regular rate of pay while participating in emergency services missions during a declared state of emergency.   PRIOR LEGISLATIVE HISTORY: Formerly A-5364 of 2020, died in Governmental Employees Committee.   FISCAL IMPLICATIONS: The fiscal implications are to be determined.   EFFECTIVE DATE: This act shall take effect immediately.
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