NY Proposed Legislation 2011

NYS Legislation Pending–All Bills Died in final Days of the 2011 Legislative Session

 Compilation by CATSKILL CITIZENS:

More NYS Bills Awaiting Action

A03245 Title: Allows local governments to enact or enforce certain laws and ordinances.

BILL NO A03245 SAME AS Same as S 3472 SPONSOR Lifton (MS) COSPNSR Colton, Gunther, Kellner, O’Donnell, Weisenberg, Kavanagh, Maisel, Castro, Dinowitz, Magnarelli, Schimel, Rosenthal, Galef, Jaffee MLTSPNSR Brennan, Castelli, Crespo, Gottfried, Jeffries, Magee, Millman, Nolan, Thiele Amd S23-0303, En Con L

SPONSOR: Lifton    CO-SPONSORS Colton, Gunther, Kellner, O’Donnell, Weisenberg, Kavanagh, Maisel,Castro, Dinowitz, Magnarelli, Schimel, Rosenthal, Galef, Jaffee,Rodriguez, Markey, Brennan, Castelli, Crespo, Gottfried, Jeffries, Magee, Millman,Nolan, Thiele )

 


S03472 Summary: BILL NO S03472 SAME AS Same as A 3245 SPONSOR OPPENHEIMER COSPNSR BONACIC MLTSPNSR

S5830  SEWARD   No Same as
ON FILE: 06/20/11 Environmental Conservation Law
TITLE….Allows local governments to enact or enforce certain laws and ordinances relating to oil, gas and solution mining; repealer

06/20/11 REFERRED TO RULES

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SEWARD
Rpld & add S23-0303 sub 2, En Con L
Allows local governments to enact or enforce certain laws and ordinances relating to oil, gas and solution mining.
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STATE OF NEW YORK
________________________________________________________________________

5830

2011-2012 Regular Sessions

IN SENATE

June 20, 2011
___________

Introduced  by  Sen.  SEWARD — read twice and ordered printed, and when
printed to be committed to the Committee on Rules

AN ACT to amend the  environmental  conservation  law,  in  relation  to
allowing  local governments to enact or enforce certain laws and ordi-
nances governing oil, gas and solution mining; and to  repeal  certain
provisions of such law relating thereto

The  People of the State of New York, represented in Senate and Assem-
bly, do enact as follows:

1    Section 1. Subdivision 2  of  section  23-0303  of  the  environmental
2  conservation  law  is REPEALED, and a new subdivision 2 is added to read
3  as follows:
4    2. For the purposes stated herein, this section  shall  supersede  all
5  other  state and local laws relating to the oil, gas and solution mining
6  industries; provided, however, that nothing in  this  section  shall  be
7  construed to prevent any local government from:
8    a.  enacting or enforcing local laws or ordinances of general applica-
9  bility, except that such local laws or  ordinances  shall  not  regulate
10  oil,  gas and solution mining regulated by state statute, regulation, or
11  permit; or
12    b. enacting or enforcing local zoning ordinances or laws which  deter-
13  mine  permissible  uses in zoning districts. Where oil, gas and solution
14  mining is designated a permissible use in a zoning district and  allowed
15  by  special  use  permit,  conditions placed on such special use permits
16  shall be limited to the following:
17    (i) ingress and egress to public thoroughfares controlled by the local
18  government;
19    (ii) routing of drilling and drilling-related  transport  vehicles  on
20  roads controlled by the local government;
21    (iii) requirements and conditions as specified in the permit issued by
22  the  department  concerning  setback from property boundaries and public

EXPLANATION–Matter in italics (underscored) is new; matter in brackets
[ ] is old law to be omitted.
LBD13192-03-1

S. 5830                             2

1  thoroughfare rights-of-way natural  or  man-made  barriers  to  restrict
2  access, if required, dust control and hours of operation; and
3    (iv)  conformance  to  road construction standards as may be otherwise
4  provided for by local law; or
5    c. enacting or enforcing local laws or ordinances regulating oil,  gas
6  and solution mining not required to be permitted by the state.
7    § 2. This act shall take effect immediately.

Amd S23-0303, En Con L Allows local governments to enact or enforce certain laws and ordinances.

S4616-2011 TITLE:  An act to amend the environmental conservation law, in relation to
the uniform treatment of waste

PURPOSE:

This bill would require hazardous wastes produced from oil and natural
gas activities to be subject to the requirements for treatment of
hazardous wastes.

S04220 AN ACT to amend the environmental conservation law, in relation to prohibiting the use of hydraulic fracturing

SAME AS Same as A 7218 SPONSOR    AVELLA
COSPNSR    ADAMS, ADDABBO, DUANE, KRUEGER, KRUGER, MONTGOMERY, SERRANO
MLTSPNSR
Amd SS23-0501 & 23-0305, En Con L
Prohibits the use of hydraulic fracturing in the extraction of oil and gas

03/23/2011 REFERRED TO ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION


A07400 Summary:  AN ACT to suspend hydraulic fracturing; and providing for the repeal of such provisions upon expiration thereof

Same as S 5592     SPONSOR Sweeney (MS) COSPNSR Silver, Farrell, Lifton, Jaffee, Zebrowski, Colton, Abinanti, Weisenberg, Brennan, Gottfried, Kellner, Rivera P, Englebright, Dinowitz, Markey, Paulin, Millman, Jacobs, Cook, Miller M, Rosenthal, Robinson, Castelli, Galef, Kavanagh, O’Donnell, Cahill, Braunstein, Scarborough, Spano, Cymbrowitz, Peoples-Stokes, Moya MLTSPNSR Aubry, Bing, DenDekker, Glick, Lavine, Magee, Maisel, McEneny, Schimel, Thiele, Titone, Weinstein Suspends hydraulic fracturing for the extraction of natural gas or oil; suspends the issuance of new permits for such drilling.

COSPNSR    

MLTSPNSR

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S05592 Actions:

BILL NO    S05592   SPONSOR CARLUCCI

06/03/2011 REFERRED TO ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION

 

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