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NYS Conference of Environmental Health Directors March 23, 2011. Vic Pisani - DEHP Acting Director. Article 6: Individual Water Core versus Optional. SSC, Part 40, Subpart 40-2. SSC, Part 40, Subpart 40-3. Optional Public Health Services 40-3.50: Individual Water Supplies

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Nys conference of environmental health directors march 23 2011

NYS Conference of Environmental Health DirectorsMarch 23, 2011

Vic Pisani - DEHP Acting Director


Article 6 individual water core versus optional
Article 6: Individual WaterCore versus Optional

SSC, Part 40, Subpart 40-2

SSC, Part 40, Subpart 40-3

Optional Public Health Services

40-3.50: Individual Water Supplies

“A municipality conducting a program regarding individual water supplies shall evaluate sites, approve locations, and inspect water sources for quality and quantity.”40-3.51: MPHSP Requirements

“If a municipality is conducting an individual water supply program, its plan shall include, at a minimum, provisions for:(a) performing site evaluations and approving the location of water sources; and(b) inspecting and/or testing water sources for quality and quantity and informing landlords and tenants of the results of such findings.”

Basic Public Health Services

40-2.200:

Individual Water & Sewage Systems

“Residents of the municipality shall receive, upon request, technical assistance regarding the installation of individual water supplies and individual sewage systems”


Impacts to srf proposed 557m cut
Impacts to SRF(Proposed $557M Cut)

  • NYS's Capitalization Grant will be reduced from

    $89 million to ~$50 million

  • Total funding capacity reduced from

    $390 million to ~$313 million

  • The funding line will go up from 160 to  ~200 points

  • Will not be able to meet 30% additional subsidization requirement through regular hardship program

    • May mean a need to provide principal forgiveness (a form of grants) to non-disadvantaged communities or require a regulation change for hardship application


Impacts to srf proposed 557m cut1
Impacts to SRF(Proposed $557M Cut)

  • ~20 projects will lose eligibility for subsidized interest rate financing

    • 13 of these 20 are also competing for hardship (disadvantaged communities) grant and would lose this eligibility as well

  • New project financings (not already funded or committed with hardship financings) would be reduced from 26 to 6

  • Examples:

    • The City of Rome at 160 points (old funding line) will lose access to $10 million in subsidized interest rate financing for Phase 1 of their $30 million covered storage reservoir project

    • NYC Croton project will lose access to over $30 million in subsidized financing


Good news
GOOD NEWS

The following remain in the executive budget:

  • DWE

  • Childhood Lead Poisoning

  • Primary Prevention,

  • Healthy Neighborhoods

  • Tobacco Enforcement


DWE

  • Executive Budget includes $5.3 Million

  • SFY’11 First of 1-year contract renewals

  • Packages to be mailed soon!

  • If enacted budget doesn’t change..we and you save time.

  • EHD’s to get copied with packages

  • Packages should be returned to Regions for approval


Contract cycle change proposed
Contract Cycle Change Proposed

  • Change contract cycle from October-September to April-March for the following programs: Childhood Lead Poisoning Primary Prevention, Healthy Neighborhoods, and Tobacco Enforcement.

  • Existing contracts will be extended for a 6 month period (October-March) to get contracts on the State cycle (April-March) with additional funding provided (½ of the contract award).

  • By doing this, it will allow full spending of the contract award amount during one State fiscal year funding.

  • Will be no 50/50 split that you will have to budget for.

  • Once contract is approved you will have until March 31st of each year to spend down your award to meet program needs.


Lhd sanitary code reviews
LHD Sanitary Code Reviews

  • Filing & Comment Letters

    • Standard Language

      • Outlining responsibilities of LHDs with regard to ensuring consistency of local sanitary code with Public Health Law (PHL) and State Sanitary Code (SSC)

      • Responsibilities for including local sanitary code provisions within approved Municipal Public Health Service Plan (MPHSP) to be eligible for reimbursement


FEES

Fees related to Children’s Camps and Realty Subdivisions:

The fees for filing a realty subdivision plan or permitting a children’s camp are established by Public Health Law §§ 1119 and 1393, respectively.

…proposal …caveats to be added to MHSP approvals and Local Sanitary Code filings


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