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New schedule, LGS-1 Retention and Disposition Schedule for NYS Local Government Records is Officially here

The LGS-1

The State Archives is revising and consolidating its local government records retention and disposition schedules and issuing a single, comprehensive retention schedule for all types of local governments. 

The LGS-1 local government retention schedule is now effective for use by local governments.  This schedule consolidates and supersedes the previous four local government schedules - the CO-2, MU-1, ED-1 and MI-1. 

-  CO-2 Schedule for use by counties (2006)

- MU-1 Schedule for use by cities, towns, villages, and fire districts (2003),

- MI-1 Schedule for use by miscellaneous local governments (2006), and

- ED-1 Schedule for use by school districts, BOCES, County Vocational Education and Extension Boards, and Teacher Resource and Computer Training Centers (2004)

As noted previously, local governments must formally adopt LGS-1 prior to utilizing it, even if they adopted and have been using the CO-2, MU-1, MI-1, or ED-1 Schedules. Governing boards of local governments must adopt the LGS-1 by January 1st, 2021 

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2019-2020 LGRMIF grant

The 2019-2020 LGRMIF grant cycle has been extended to December 31, 2020!

Contact the Grants Administration Unit for more information: [email protected], (518)474-6926.


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