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Declining numbers

Local aid in proposed Senate budget*

June 7, 2009
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MunicipalityAmount Change from last year
Abington$1,896,463-34%
Avon$620,992-32%
Braintree$5,103,548-34%
Bridgewater$3,098,957-33%
Brockton$18,084,441-34%
Canton$2,145,735-33%
Carver$1,467,578-32%
Cohasset$452,142-33%
Dedham$2,945,434-36%
Duxbury$898,550-35%
East Bridgewater$1,349,444-34%
Easton$2,126,110-33%
Foxborough$1,457,621-33%
Freetown$1,111,886-29%
Halifax$886,025-30%
Hanover$1,857,190-35%
Hanson$1,065,271-35%
Hingham$1,601,412-34%
Holbrook$1,346,208-34%
Hull$1,981,342-30%
Kingston$1,051,090-28%
Lakeville$771,953-34%
Mansfield$1,992,150-34%
Marion$239,684-37%
Marshfield$2,195,633-33%
Mattapoisett$422,698-35%
Middleborough$2,555,597-30%
Milton$3,398,194-33%
Norton$1,993,520-33%
Norwell$941,469-35%
Norwood$4,060,097-35%
Pembroke$1,511,477-32%
Plymouth$4,790,393-28%
Plympton$212,417-34%
Quincy$17,678,139-34%
Randolph$4,627,496-34%
Raynham$1,363,515-35%
Rochester$423,432-30%
Rockland$2,388,019-33%
Scituate$1,782,652-35%
Sharon$1,368,442-35%
Stoughton$2,995,751-33%
Walpole$2,349,363-35%
Wareham$2,002,306-31%
West Bridgewater$631,265-35%
Westwood$778,981-34%
Weymouth$7,699,287-35%
Whitman$1,875,035-32%

* Does not include Chapter 70, or education money

SOURCE: Mass. Department of Revenue