Settlement figures The Boston Globe
Massachusetts Attorney General Martha Coakley announced today that Massachusetts state and local officials have reached a settlement with Turner Broadcasting and Interference, Inc., by which the companies will pay $2 million in restitution and other compensation to the communities and agencies affected by last week’s scare. Here is a breakdown of where the money will go.
ENTITY OUT OF POCKET EXPENSES ADDITIONAL RESTITUTION FUNDS HOMELAND SECURITY & COMMUNITY INITIATIVE FUNDS TOTAL
State Police $200,000 $145,563 $345,563 $691,126
EOT*/MHD* $13,157 $9,576 $22,733 $45,466
MBTA $182,426 $132,772 $315,198 $630,396
Massport $2,425 $1,765 $4,190 $8,380
City of Boston $140,232 $102,063 $242,295 $484,590
City of Somerville $20,000 $14,556 $34,556 $69,113
City of Cambridge $7,175 $5,222 $12,397 $24,794
US Coast Guard $13,351 $9,717 $23,068 $46,136
TOTAL $578,766 $421,234 $1,000,000 $2,000,000
*EOT=Executive Office of Transportation
*MHD=Mass. Highway Department
SOURCE: ATTORNEY GENERAL'S OFFICE