9/3/14 N.Y. St. Reg. Miscellaneous Notices/Hearings


9/3/14 N.Y. St. Reg. Miscellaneous Notices/Hearings
September 03, 2014
Notice of Abandoned Property Received by the State Comptroller
Pursuant to provisions of the Abandoned Property Law and related laws, the Office of the State Comptroller receives unclaimed monies and other property deemed abandoned. A list of the names and last known addresses of the entitled owners of this abandoned property is maintained by the office in accordance with Section 1401 of the Abandoned Property Law. Interested parties may inquire if they appear on the Abandoned Property Listing by contacting the Office of Unclaimed Funds, Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., at:
1-800-221-9311 or visit our web site at: www.osc.state.ny.us
Claims for abandoned property must be filed with the New York State Comptroller's Office of Unclaimed Funds as provided in Section 1406 of the Abandoned Property Law. For further information contact: Office of the State Comptroller, Office of Unclaimed Funds, 110 State St., Albany, NY 12236.
Department of Agriculture and Markets
In the Matter of considering whether a natural disaster, act of God, or continued adverse weather conditions has destroyed no less than forty percent of certain grape varietals grown or produced in New York State, for the 2014 crop year, and used for winemaking, pursuant to Agriculture and Markets Law section 16(42) and Alcoholic Beverage Control Law section 76-a(5)(b)DETERMINATION
Pursuant to Alcoholic Beverage Control Law section 76-a(5)(b), I am authorized to allow duly licensed farm wineries to manufacture or sell wine from grapes grown outside of New York State if certain conditions have been met. I have received a report titled “Estimates of Wine Grape Reduction due to Winter Injury in New York in 2014”, prepared by the Cornell University Cooperative Extension, and, after reviewing such report and assessing the findings set forth therein, I have determined that such conditions have been met; that is, I have determined that:
- Not less than forty percent of the following varieties of grapes grown or produced for winemaking in New York State were destroyed during the 2014 crop year; that is, Brianna, Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay, Frontenac, Gamay Noir, Gewurztraminer, La Crescent, Lemberger, Merlot, Noiret, Pinot Gris, Pinot Noir, Riesling, and Syrah; and
- Such destruction was caused by continued adverse weather conditions during the winter of 2013-2014.
Upon this Determination, I will receive and decide, after consulting with the Chairman of the State Liquor Authority, applications of eligible farm wineries for authorization to manufacture or sell wine produced from out-of-state grapes or juice, with respect to each of the above-referenced grape varietals, pursuant to Alcoholic Beverage Control Law section 76-a(5)(b) and Part 197 of Title One of the Official Compilation of Codes, Rules and Regulations of the State of New York.
RICHARD A. BALL Commissioner of Agriculture and Markets of the State of New York
Dated and Sealed at the Town of Colonie (Albany County), New York on this 14th day of August, 2014
Department of Civil Service
PURSUANT to the Open Meetings Law, the New York State Civil Service Commission hereby gives public notice of the following:
Please take notice that the regular monthly meeting of the State Civil Service Commission for September 2014 will be conducted on September 16 and September 18 commencing at 10:00 a.m. This meeting will be conducted at NYS Media Services Center, Suite 146, South Concourse, Empire State Plaza, Albany, NY.
For further information, contact: Office of Commission Operations, Department of Civil Service, Empire State Plaza, Agency Bldg. 1, Albany, NY 12239 (518) 473-6598
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