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American Recovery and Reinvestment Act

American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA)

Updates

State Fiscal Stabilization Fund
Projected FY10 District Grants*

Massachusetts will receive $994,258,205 from the state fiscal stabilization funds authorized under Title XIV of ARRA. Of this amount, 81.8% is earmarked for preK-12 and higher education, while the remaining 18.2% can be used for a variety of other governmental services at the discretion of the Governor. Earlier today (3/19/09), Governor Patrick announced his intent to use $168 million of these funds to ensure that every school district in Massachusetts reaches its foundation budget level in FY10.

The preliminary allocations for these funds are shown in the chart below. These allocations are based on the Chapter 70 state aid allocations and minimum local contributions proposed by the Governor in January. Local officials are reminded that the Chapter 70 numbers are subject to change during the Legislature's consideration of the state budget. We will calculate and publish the final SFSF allocations for eligible districts after the Legislature enacts the FY10 state budget or adopts an earlier local aid resolution.

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LEADistrictAmount
2 Acton 515,536
4 Adams 30
5 Agawam 1,565,437
9 Andover 182,526
10 Arlington 914,048
14 Ashland 401,817
16 Attleboro 588,733
17 Auburn 815,609
21 Barre 22,506
24 Belchertown 848,208
25 Bellingham 40,970
26 Belmont 1,364,975
29 Bernardston 11,921
31 Billerica 1,657,249
39 Boylston 25,315
40 Braintree 2,867,737
44 Brockton 5,608,435
47 Buckland 6,217
50 Canton 237,322
54 Charlton 7,700
56 Chelmsford 1,517,458
57 Chelsea 1,635,386
61 Chicopee 2,476,283
63 Clarksburg 142,956
64 Clinton 52,364
77 Douglas 778,152
79 Dracut 1,416,489
81 Dunstable 4,242
82 Duxbury 586,200
87 East Longmeadow 1,138,673
88 Easton 55,581
91 Erving 24,707
93 Everett 3,795,080
95 Fall River 59,524
97 Fitchburg 565,192
98 Florida 49,599
99 Foxborough 615,488
100 Framingham 3,494,668
101 Franklin 448,381
102 Freetown 131
105 Georgetown 1,058,072
110 Grafton 1,080,287
111 Granby 61,926
114 Greenfield 271,225
118 Halifax 207,734
122 Hanover 389,646
123 Hanson 13,199
125 Harvard 53,277
128 Haverhill 832,465
129 Hawley 8,767
131 Hingham 955,012
135 Holland 74,558
136 Holliston 410,525
137 Holyoke 1,667,565
139 Hopkinton 75,355
141 Hudson 1,249,621
144 Ipswich 273,626
145 Kingston 166,430
149 Lawrence 6,749,168
153 Leominster 1,998,043
158 Littleton 975,927
160 Lowell 2,607,047
161 Ludlow 1,106,742
162 Lunenburg 328,911
163 Lynn 1,742,813
165 Malden 1,670,201
167 Mansfield 2,094,771
170 Marlborough 2,219,946
174 Maynard 513,865
177 Medway 1,610,801
179 Mendon 265
181 Methuen 4,311,711
182 Middleborough 561,804
185 Milford 2,162,682
186 Millbury 170,754
187 Millis 774,384
189 Milton 1,110,098
191 Monson 142,164
194 Montgomery 2,870
198 Natick 1,721,838
199 Needham 1,363,960
201 New Bedford 3,106,538
211 North Andover 1,243,995
213 Northborough 355,977
214 Northbridge 222,235
217 North Reading 853,881
219 Norwell 585,858
222 Oakham 39,646
226 Oxford 332,099
227 Palmer 44,279
231 Pembroke 1,430,105
236 Pittsfield 2,137,112
238 Plainville 11,459
239 Plymouth 2,521,350
241 Princeton 2,384
243 Quincy 4,308,342
246 Reading 964,698
248 Revere 5,251,378
250 Rochester 220,864
251 Rockland 327,719
258 Salem 3,215,367
263 Savoy 7,387
271 Shrewsbury 1,233,215
273 Somerset 343,815
278 South Hadley 454,247
281 Springfield 13,182,907
284 Stoneham 133,559
285 Stoughton 591,698
287 Sturbridge 387,482
288 Sudbury 139,094
290 Sutton 88,486
291 Swampscott 255,260
292 Swansea 407,774
293 Taunton 2,036,968
295 Tewksbury 284,063
305 Wakefield 457,398
307 Walpole 111,189
310 Wareham 717,775
316 Webster 958,343
317 Wellesley 1,197,609
321 Westborough 557,220
323 West Bridgewater 284,917
325 Westfield 1,161,158
326 Westford 1,601,089
327 Westhampton 67,068
332 West Springfield 1,618,766
335 Westwood 783,132
337 Whately 21,182
340 Williamsburg 18,947
342 Wilmington 954,127
343 Winchendon 1,047,370
344 Winchester 801,501
348 Worcester 14,363,614
350 Wrentham 48,802
351 Yarmouth 2,507
600 Acton Boxborough 879,470
610 Ashburnham Westminster 404,034
635 Central Berkshire 11,438
658 Dudley Charlton 781,241
680 Hampden Wilbraham 170,154
683 Hampshire 265,346
695 Lincoln Sudbury 204,346
710 Mendon Upton 299,755
730 Northboro Southboro 82,762
740 Old Rochester 46,649
760 Silver Lake 142,465
766 Southwick Tolland 412,724
775 Wachusett 1,395,570
780 Whitman Hanson 510,061
801 Assabet Valley 35,837
805 Blackstone Valley 574,067
810 Bristol Plymouth 778,045
825 Greater New Bedford 799,364
828 Greater Lowell 358,263
832 Montachusett 651,891
851 Northern Berkshire 111,457
852 Nashoba Valley 464,493
853 Northeast Metropolitan 675,404
855 Old Colony 21,041
871 Shawsheen Valley 590,720
872 Southeastern 890,008
873 South Shore 67,707
876 Southern Worcester 433,906
885 Whittier 961,344
910 Bristol County 68,360
915 Norfolk County 35,150
999 State Total 167,946,925

* Preliminary, based upon Governor's House 1 Chapter 70 proposals. Final amounts will be published once the House and Senate have either passed a local aid resolution or completed the FY10 state budget.



Last Updated: March 20, 2009
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