General Local Aid Will Rise by $39.5 Mil in Baker Budget
1/21/21 2:14 PM
Gov. Charlie Baker next week will file a budget that recommends increasing the state's $1.13 billion general local aid account by $39.5 million, keeping with his administration's past practice to align growth in non-school aid for the cities and towns with estimated increases in tax revenue for the coming year.
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