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NYSUT Executive Committee Meeting
April 18, 1996. Agenda; President's Report; introduction of Frank Mauro, director of the Fiscal Policy Institute; minutes of February 29 and March 3 meetings; financial statement; requests for affiliation; cover letter from the Saratoga County Chamber of Commerce to Tom Hobart, noting that casinos cost $1.50 to $6 in social and government costs for every dollar of taxes generated, with attached document, "Another View of Casinos"; article on airplane crash that killed Secretary of Commerce Ron Brown, for New York Teacher; document, "New York State's Tax Cuts - Promise or Peril?"; chart, As a Result of the 1987 Tax Cuts, the State Personal Income Tax Has Grown Slower than the Economy, Placing Greater Pressure on the Local Real Property Tax; memo, analysis of job growth data, April 2; document, "Review of Current Proposals for School Property Tax Relief," H. Carl McCall, State Comptroller, February 5, 1996; paper, "Financing Public Education and Local Government in the Twenty-First Century: Reducing Reliance on the Property Tax: An Analysis of Governor Cuomo's Proposal for a Local-Option Income Tax Surcharge for School District Purposes," by Frank Mauro, Executive director, Fiscal Policy Institute; institute briefing paper, "Off-Target: Assessing the Economic, Social and Fiscal Policy Implications of Governor Pataki's Executive Budget"; summary of the 1996 Representative Assembly Delegate Evaluations, April 18; blank evaluation form; report on attendance; Division of Research & Educational Services Monthly Report, April; memo, Summary of Proposed Position on Preschool Special Education Proposals, April 18; confidential memo re State Education Department's Draft Legislative Proposal Concerning Preschool Special Education, April 18; letter from Chancellor Carl Hayden to co-chairs of Regents Task Force on Teaching, discussing charge of task force, issues to consider, April 10; 1996 proposed constitutional amendments to be submitted to the AFT Convention; newspaper clippings