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New York Consolidated Laws, Alcoholic Beverage Control Law - ABC § 3. Definitions

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(a) The district may establish projects inside or outside the boundaries of the district for:

(1) bioscience and health products, including projects related to:

(A) research and development;

(B) invention and discovery;

(C) commercialization;

(D) production and manufacturing of goods and products, including projects for manufacturing facilities;  and

(E) development of production process and delivery system purposes in, involved in, based on, or related to, or intended to advance the state of knowledge, skill, and understanding of, the biosciences, including:

(i) wet laboratories;

(ii) clean rooms;

(iii) dry laboratories;

(iv) research and development facilities;

(v) genetics facilities and equipment;

(vi) pharmaceutical facilities and equipment;

(vii) biotechnology incubators;

(viii) bioscience and biotechnology health care facilities;

(ix) biotechnology facilities;

(x) bioscience facilities;  and

(xi) other similar projects;

(2) bioscience education, including projects for health or biotechnology education facilities, regardless of any affiliation with other institutions of higher, vocational, or job training education;

(3) access to public safety facilities and equipment;

(4) streets and roads;

(5) drainage services;

(6) wastewater services;

(7) potable water services;

(8) telecommunication facilities;

(9) demolition of existing structures;

(10) development and institution of water conservation programs;

(11) chilled water services;

(12) steam services;

(13) industrial gases services;

(14) other utility and process and production services;  or

(15) the support of any other type of health or bioscience projects.

(b) A project must be related to the bioscience or health purposes of the district.

1  26 USCA § 501(c)(8) or (10).

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