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  2. New York State Department of Environmental Conservation

    NYS DEC had an annual budget of about $1,430 million for FY 2017, and employs roughly 3,000 people across New York State. It manages over four million acres (16,000 km 2 ) of protected state-owned land and another 910,000 acres (3,700 km 2 ) of privately owned land on which it holds conservation easements . [9]

  3. New York State Canal System - Wikipedia

    An August 2012 report by state Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli said the canal system "contributed to the deterioration of the Authority's financial condition over the past decade", even as canal traffic had dropped nearly one-third since the period immediately before the Thruway Authority assumed control.

  4. New York State Department of Corrections and Community ...

    The New York State prison system had its beginnings in 1797 with a single prison called Newgate located in New York City. A second state prison opened 20 years later in Auburn in 1817, and in 1825 a group of Auburn prisoners made the voyage across the Erie Canal and down the Hudson River to begin building Sing Sing in the village of Ossining, New York.

  5. New York state public-benefit corporations - Wikipedia

    The comptroller's office gets financial reports from just 53. In 2004, the New York State Comptroller's Office, headed at the time by Alan Hevesi, became concerned about the debt public authorities were generating: Most public authorities have the ability to borrow funds by issuing debt.

  6. New York City Department of Parks and Recreation - Wikipedia

    Parks Enforcement Patrol officers have peace officer status under NYS Penal Law and are empowered through this status to make arrests and issue tickets. PEP officers patrol land, waterways and buildings under the jurisdiction of the Department of Parks and Recreation on foot, bicycle, horseback, boat and marked patrol trucks.