Governor Deval Patrick's Budget Recommendation - House 2 Fiscal Year 2013

Governor's Budget Recommendation FY 2013

Local Aid - Section 3



Local Aid Distribution

Additional local aid information based on the Governor's FY 2013 Budget for individual cities and towns is available at http://www.mass.gov/dor/local-officials/municipal-data-and-financial-management/cherry-sheets/

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SECTION 3.    Notwithstanding any general or special law to the contrary, for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2013 the distribution to cities and towns of the balance of the State Lottery Fund, as paid from the General Fund in accordance with clause (c) of the second paragraph of section 35 of chapter 10 of the General Laws, and additional funds from the General Fund shall be $833,980,293 and shall be apportioned to the cities and towns in accordance with this section.

Notwithstanding section 2 of chapter 70 of the General Laws or any other general or special law to the contrary, except for section 12B of chapter 76 and section 89 of chapter 71 of the General Laws, for fiscal year 2013 the total amounts to be distributed and paid to each city and town from item 7061-0008 of section 2 shall be as set forth in the following lists. The specified amounts to be distributed from said item 7061-0008 of said section 2 shall be in full satisfaction of the amounts due under chapter 70 of the General Laws.

For fiscal year 2013, the foundation budget categories for each district shall be calculated in the same manner as in fiscal year 2012. The target local share shall be calculated using the same methodology used in fiscal year 2012. Preliminary local contribution shall be the municipality's fiscal year 2012 minimum required local contribution, increased or decreased by the municipal revenue growth factor; provided, that if a municipality's preliminary contribution as a percentage of its foundation budget is more than 5 percentage points lower than the target local share, the preliminary contribution shall be recalculated using the municipality's revenue growth factor plus 1 percentage point; and if a municipality's preliminary contribution as a percentage of its foundation budget is more than 10 percentage points lower than the target local share, the preliminary contribution shall be recalculated using the municipality's revenue growth factor plus 2 percentage points. Minimum required local contribution for fiscal year 2013 shall be, for any municipality with a fiscal year 2013 preliminary contribution greater than its fiscal year 2013 target contribution, the preliminary local contribution reduced by 15 per cent of the gap between the preliminary local contribution and the target local contribution; provided, that no minimum required local contribution shall be greater than the district's foundation budget amount. Required local contribution shall be allocated among the districts to which a municipality belongs in direct proportion to the foundation budgets for the municipality's pupils at each of those districts. For fiscal year 2013, the "foundation aid increment" shall be the difference between: (a) the positive difference between a district's foundation budget and its required district contribution; and (b) prior year aid. Chapter 70 aid for fiscal year 2013 shall be the sum of prior year aid plus the foundation aid increment, if any. No non-operating district shall receive chapter 70 aid in an amount greater than the district's foundation budget.

If there is a conflict between the language of this section and the distribution listed below, the distribution below shall control.

The department of elementary and secondary education shall not consider health care costs for retired teachers to be part of net school spending for any district in which such costs were not considered part of net school spending in fiscal year 1994.

No payments to cities, towns or counties maintaining an agricultural school pursuant to this section shall be made after November 30 of the fiscal year until the commissioner of revenue certifies acceptance of the prior fiscal year's annual financial reports submitted pursuant to section 43 of chapter 44 of the General Laws. Advance payments shall be made for some or all of periodic local reimbursement or assistance programs to any city, town, regional school district or independent agricultural and technical school that demonstrates an emergency cash shortfall, as certified by the commissioner of revenue and approved by the secretary of the executive office for administration and finance, pursuant to guidelines established by the secretary.

 


Municipality

Chapter 70
Unrestricted
General
Government
Aid
ABINGTON 7,244,034 1,543,567
ACTON 5,390,352 1,097,608
ACUSHNET 6,039,807 1,189,719
ADAMS 9,088 1,837,004
AGAWAM 18,266,028 2,890,703
ALFORD 0 11,011
AMESBURY 8,422,786 1,526,501
AMHERST 5,813,638 6,605,976
ANDOVER 7,341,539 1,402,081
AQUINNAH 0 1,833
ARLINGTON 8,102,943 5,952,940
ASHBURNHAM 0 623,876
ASHBY 0 343,578
ASHFIELD 93,413 145,672
ASHLAND 5,277,602 1,061,106
ATHOL 0 2,077,367
ATTLEBORO 32,496,935 4,476,414
AUBURN 7,560,690 1,343,805
AVON 816,707 543,847
AYER 333,567 594,009
BARNSTABLE 7,184,728 1,650,493
BARRE 14,988 705,700
BECKET 76,563 71,258
BEDFORD 3,347,656 900,733
BELCHERTOWN 13,251,261 1,335,093
BELLINGHAM 8,028,300 1,331,436
BELMONT 5,571,323 1,771,704
BERKLEY 3,805,913 477,426
BERLIN 500,103 158,198
BERNARDSTON 11,308 228,218
BEVERLY 6,730,266 4,582,242
BILLERICA 17,754,459 4,569,149
BLACKSTONE 84,251 1,074,007
BLANDFORD 42,726 99,633
BOLTON 0 154,921
BOSTON 205,414,453 148,660,757
BOURNE 4,684,058 1,150,250
BOXBOROUGH 1,294,018 197,930
BOXFORD 1,534,312 381,442
BOYLSTON 430,543 268,772
BRAINTREE 13,309,509 4,490,072
BREWSTER 887,884 309,819
BRIDGEWATER 36,107 2,857,894
BRIMFIELD 1,175,223 305,924
BROCKTON 148,088,586 16,429,406
BROOKFIELD 1,340,063 387,422
BROOKLINE 8,949,381 4,981,754
BUCKLAND 0 240,260
BURLINGTON 5,124,986 2,054,906
CAMBRIDGE 8,643,123 16,856,874
CANTON 4,405,715 1,682,666
CARLISLE 790,228 172,130
CARVER 9,573,059 1,146,273
CHARLEMONT 61,250 137,157
CHARLTON 21,633 1,136,799
CHATHAM 0 118,090
CHELMSFORD 9,880,853 3,982,596
CHELSEA 56,040,644 6,444,403
CHESHIRE 318,591 482,025
CHESTER 125,551 141,268
CHESTERFIELD 133,114 108,334
CHICOPEE 56,021,156 9,035,592
CHILMARK 0 2,943
CLARKSBURG 1,749,835 285,445
CLINTON 10,819,596 1,847,116
COHASSET 1,720,297 403,698
COLRAIN 0 226,462
CONCORD 1,998,997 910,291
CONWAY 592,554 140,234
CUMMINGTON 73,684 65,458
DALTON 272,926 892,749
DANVERS 5,330,701 2,234,836
DARTMOUTH 8,983,576 1,978,014
DEDHAM 3,651,265 2,565,951
DEERFIELD 1,026,593 376,874
DENNIS 0 427,332
DEVENS 308,588 0
DIGHTON 0 606,730
DOUGLAS 8,454,415 572,620
DOVER 601,536 150,941
DRACUT 18,101,419 2,749,229
DUDLEY 0 1,401,958
DUNSTABLE 4,426 192,992
DUXBURY 4,387,890 695,530
EAST BRIDGEWATER 10,108,452 1,174,518
EAST BROOKFIELD 140,428 227,567
EAST LONGMEADOW 9,492,090 1,135,782
EASTHAM 315,916 116,902
EASTHAMPTON 7,568,672 2,205,513
EASTON 9,192,536 1,718,309
EDGARTOWN 423,980 52,267
EGREMONT 0 49,508
ERVING 408,645 52,739
ESSEX 0 192,114
EVERETT 49,289,407 5,420,954
FAIRHAVEN 7,217,965 1,769,396
FALL RIVER 96,330,544 18,698,842
FALMOUTH 4,846,696 1,087,838
FITCHBURG 43,692,664 6,696,216
FLORIDA 529,427 39,056
FOXBOROUGH 8,348,710 1,168,759
FRAMINGHAM 26,514,415 7,806,597
FRANKLIN 26,857,636 1,938,859
FREETOWN 378,087 745,088
GARDNER 18,422,676 3,325,039
GEORGETOWN 5,174,399 562,104
GILL 0 190,859
GLOUCESTER 5,755,585 3,133,846
GOSHEN 96,111 62,773
GOSNOLD 16,414 1,646
GRAFTON 8,995,766 1,226,876
GRANBY 4,455,570 692,822
GRANVILLE 0 125,803
GREAT BARRINGTON 0 595,495
GREENFIELD 10,358,631 2,491,144
GROTON 3,201 607,821
GROVELAND 0 571,169
HADLEY 733,207 356,121
HALIFAX 2,645,042 712,283
HAMILTON 0 527,184
HAMPDEN 0 539,848
HANCOCK 190,460 44,301
HANOVER 6,415,035 1,662,196
HANSON 40,015 1,004,818
HARDWICK 0 365,295
HARVARD 1,718,626 1,162,031
HARWICH 0 337,990
HATFIELD 753,311 244,835
HAVERHILL 40,432,684 7,711,930
HAWLEY 35,202 33,958
HEATH 0 65,651
HINGHAM 6,234,052 1,238,357
HINSDALE 104,683 174,710
HOLBROOK 4,597,787 1,157,772
HOLDEN 0 1,500,208
HOLLAND 890,143 158,375
HOLLISTON 6,780,157 1,215,118
HOLYOKE 69,455,778 7,969,057
HOPEDALE 5,815,295 511,659
HOPKINTON 5,472,035 616,393
HUBBARDSTON 0 353,458
HUDSON 9,998,378 1,564,697
HULL 3,610,471 1,662,898
HUNTINGTON 257,686 270,427
IPSWICH 2,591,679 1,259,557
KINGSTON 4,093,424 753,151
LAKEVILLE 71,452 642,026
LANCASTER 0 750,048
LANESBOROUGH 799,588 270,670
LAWRENCE 152,157,597 15,406,602
LEE 1,918,169 488,670
LEICESTER 9,381,227 1,362,409
LENOX 1,131,215 418,241
LEOMINSTER 42,835,377 4,490,816
LEVERETT 267,006 140,059
LEXINGTON 7,051,517 1,202,550
LEYDEN 0 64,606
LINCOLN 718,511 534,185
LITTLETON 3,503,626 557,764
LONGMEADOW 4,109,266 1,096,268
LOWELL 126,478,353 19,764,069
LUDLOW 13,097,378 2,397,042
LUNENBURG 5,109,259 829,777
LYNN 126,107,787 17,568,191
LYNNFIELD 3,799,686 816,068
MALDEN 46,627,685 9,844,375
MANCHESTER 0 174,499
MANSFIELD 17,873,614 1,750,267
MARBLEHEAD 4,548,961 893,530
MARION 431,669 177,050
MARLBOROUGH 16,908,336 4,271,401
MARSHFIELD 13,567,053 1,699,837
MASHPEE 4,200,511 288,692
MATTAPOISETT 526,956 318,023
MAYNARD 3,890,960 1,232,737
MEDFIELD 5,620,214 1,137,437
MEDFORD 10,836,793 9,517,872
MEDWAY 9,898,504 957,302
MELROSE 7,672,924 4,024,121
MENDON 0 320,659
MERRIMAC 0 660,204
METHUEN 38,823,822 4,266,346
MIDDLEBOROUGH 17,259,295 1,934,578
MIDDLEFIELD 18,050 41,714
MIDDLETON 1,483,356 429,332
MILFORD 18,310,932 2,396,675
MILLBURY 6,566,950 1,389,477
MILLIS 4,450,915 821,522
MILLVILLE 50,789 319,617
MILTON 5,670,935 2,521,257
MONROE 75,976 14,428
MONSON 7,259,850 1,024,283
MONTAGUE 0 1,124,542
MONTEREY 0 36,279
MONTGOMERY 21,042 68,097
MOUNT WASHINGTON 32,776 23,522
NAHANT 440,741 296,479
NANTUCKET 1,334,173 62,171
NATICK 7,509,142 2,990,066
NEEDHAM 7,633,990 1,369,789
NEW ASHFORD 179,597 15,938
NEW BEDFORD 113,644,428 18,050,411
NEW BRAINTREE 0 103,584
NEW MARLBOROUGH 0 45,953
NEW SALEM 0 81,413
NEWBURY 0 406,371
NEWBURYPORT 3,143,161 2,001,229
NEWTON 16,169,966 4,611,231
NORFOLK 3,234,875 752,484
NORTH ADAMS 13,418,958 3,481,174
NORTH ANDOVER 6,702,729 1,608,071
NORTH ATTLEBOROUGH 19,528,781 2,257,483
NORTH BROOKFIELD 4,129,763 625,244
NORTH READING 6,459,260 1,393,231
NORTHAMPTON 6,843,064 3,448,824
NORTHBOROUGH 3,454,821 875,253
NORTHBRIDGE 15,086,281 1,656,314
NORTHFIELD 0 283,498
NORTON 12,147,905 1,630,853
NORWELL 3,023,857 841,158
NORWOOD 4,808,800 3,649,810
OAK BLUFFS 613,641 57,066
OAKHAM 0 150,544
ORANGE 5,117,899 1,268,097
ORLEANS 237,642 134,783
OTIS 0 28,541
OXFORD 10,160,549 1,613,477
PALMER 10,519,240 1,573,636
PAXTON 0 424,607
PEABODY 18,663,598 5,664,152
PELHAM 216,311 124,902
PEMBROKE 12,794,990 1,319,012
PEPPERELL 0 1,171,128
PERU 73,500 89,614
PETERSHAM 418,743 89,957
PHILLIPSTON 0 144,740
PITTSFIELD 37,931,623 6,774,785
PLAINFIELD 51,024 39,366
PLAINVILLE 2,767,509 595,290
PLYMOUTH 21,778,007 3,074,658
PLYMPTON 566,871 186,155
PRINCETON 0 232,324
PROVINCETOWN 258,041 108,536
QUINCY 22,975,272 14,983,027
RANDOLPH 13,644,640 4,078,589
RAYNHAM 4,742 892,264
READING 9,903,702 2,543,818
REHOBOTH 0 817,945
REVERE 45,984,863 8,071,697
RICHMOND 330,519 84,892
ROCHESTER 1,705,807 333,266
ROCKLAND 10,238,253 2,074,337
ROCKPORT 1,271,798 343,349
ROWE 99,147 3,091
ROWLEY 0 423,746
ROYALSTON 0 141,068
RUSSELL 168,465 193,796
RUTLAND 0 725,867
SALEM 20,292,760 5,412,881
SALISBURY 0 495,790
SANDISFIELD 0 27,191
SANDWICH 6,376,393 884,410
SAUGUS 3,888,392 2,878,748
SAVOY 499,039 90,917
SCITUATE 4,832,136 1,578,512
SEEKONK 4,272,118 965,577
SHARON 6,562,832 1,098,429
SHEFFIELD 13,886 191,163
SHELBURNE 4,663 205,203
SHERBORN 499,848 169,965
SHIRLEY 0 1,029,497
SHREWSBURY 18,511,623 2,185,815
SHUTESBURY 571,885 133,065
SOMERSET 4,786,471 1,203,502
SOMERVILLE 19,108,128 19,770,620
SOUTH HADLEY 7,546,619 2,049,338
SOUTHAMPTON 2,425,096 499,982
SOUTHBOROUGH 2,654,636 343,199
SOUTHBRIDGE 17,650,872 2,760,518
SOUTHWICK 0 989,791
SPENCER 8,390 1,774,784
SPRINGFIELD 285,844,612 29,705,191
STERLING 0 543,998
STOCKBRIDGE 0 78,217
STONEHAM 3,327,888 2,916,235
STOUGHTON 13,691,717 2,512,733
STOW 0 330,325
STURBRIDGE 2,680,616 607,924
SUDBURY 4,206,945 1,098,406
SUNDERLAND 826,903 396,605
SUTTON 5,102,475 612,529
SWAMPSCOTT 2,573,123 1,015,680
SWANSEA 5,451,967 1,473,767
TAUNTON 47,581,624 6,599,741
TEMPLETON 0 1,094,201
TEWKSBURY 12,317,499 2,183,935
TISBURY 380,594 76,942
TOLLAND 0 14,503
TOPSFIELD 1,025,939 481,291
TOWNSEND 0 1,031,249
TRURO 245,466 23,606
TYNGSBOROUGH 6,960,249 758,313
TYRINGHAM 35,721 9,963
UPTON 12,956 417,765
UXBRIDGE 8,948,989 1,079,683
WAKEFIELD 4,794,886 2,643,470
WALES 725,004 185,338
WALPOLE 7,106,855 1,999,825
WALTHAM 7,068,165 7,535,082
WARE 8,212,190 1,354,696
WAREHAM 12,225,154 1,552,495
WARREN 0 709,926
WARWICK 0 99,794
WASHINGTON 11,237 74,114
WATERTOWN 3,234,244 5,233,952
WAYLAND 3,144,868 709,290
WEBSTER 9,905,062 1,942,812
WELLESLEY 7,202,028 1,016,492
WELLFLEET 146,323 45,864
WENDELL 0 136,751
WENHAM 0 336,112
WEST BOYLSTON 2,804,550 625,194
WEST BRIDGEWATER 2,441,892 513,118
WEST BROOKFIELD 201,348 382,187
WEST NEWBURY 0 232,501
WEST SPRINGFIELD 19,294,327 2,812,239
WEST STOCKBRIDGE 0 76,294
WEST TISBURY 0 145,748
WESTBOROUGH 4,206,047 909,295
WESTFIELD 32,903,265 4,939,735
WESTFORD 15,861,400 1,667,573
WESTHAMPTON 442,420 113,705
WESTMINSTER 0 513,668
WESTON 2,419,859 293,515
WESTPORT 4,154,597 954,650
WESTWOOD 4,190,166 572,463
WEYMOUTH 27,034,585 6,842,039
WHATELY 236,718 105,305
WHITMAN 118,716 1,900,068
WILBRAHAM 0 1,148,402
WILLIAMSBURG 420,048 237,562
WILLIAMSTOWN 895,366 749,163
WILMINGTON 10,186,107 1,951,163
WINCHENDON 11,115,275 1,320,096
WINCHESTER 7,166,699 1,160,984
WINDSOR 47,361 81,486
WINTHROP 5,274,707 3,307,962
WOBURN 6,256,312 4,697,651
WORCESTER 210,364,137 32,608,533
WORTHINGTON 49,000 98,563
WRENTHAM 3,538,923 731,568
YARMOUTH 4,574 990,716
Total Municipal Aid 3,489,457,140 833,980,293
 
Regional School District Chapter 70  
ACTON BOXBOROUGH 6,969,133
ADAMS CHESHIRE 10,049,743
AMHERST PELHAM 9,169,067
ASHBURNHAM WESTMINSTER 9,935,704
ASSABET VALLEY 3,558,592
ATHOL ROYALSTON 16,971,310
AYER SHIRLEY 7,844,036
BERKSHIRE HILLS 2,657,478
BERLIN BOYLSTON 871,873
BLACKSTONE MILLVILLE 10,511,449
BLACKSTONE VALLEY 7,913,153
BLUE HILLS 3,819,759
BRIDGEWATER RAYNHAM 20,050,371
BRISTOL COUNTY 2,949,242
BRISTOL PLYMOUTH 10,258,676
CAPE COD 2,020,767
CENTRAL BERKSHIRE 8,335,894
CHESTERFIELD GOSHEN 716,930
CONCORD CARLISLE 1,786,194
DENNIS YARMOUTH 6,403,644
DIGHTON REHOBOTH 12,192,746
DOVER SHERBORN 1,359,555
DUDLEY CHARLTON 23,487,058
ESSEX COUNTY 4,002,896
FARMINGTON RIVER 384,305
FRANKLIN COUNTY 3,318,247
FREETOWN LAKEVILLE 10,359,748
FRONTIER 2,704,790
GATEWAY 5,553,533
GILL MONTAGUE 5,967,929
GREATER FALL RIVER 14,241,401
GREATER LAWRENCE 19,868,513
GREATER LOWELL 23,418,445
GREATER NEW BEDFORD 23,558,508
GROTON DUNSTABLE 10,278,973
HAMILTON WENHAM 3,252,691
HAMPDEN WILBRAHAM 11,105,799
HAMPSHIRE 3,082,948
HAWLEMONT 603,737
KING PHILIP 7,025,455
LINCOLN SUDBURY 2,513,855
MANCHESTER ESSEX 2,642,035
MARTHAS VINEYARD 2,691,760
MASCONOMET 4,686,999
MENDON UPTON 11,857,016
MINUTEMAN 2,129,172
MOHAWK TRAIL 5,809,394
MONOMOY 2,384,540
MONTACHUSETT 13,727,468
MOUNT GREYLOCK 1,648,423
NARRAGANSETT 9,607,394
NASHOBA 6,128,165
NASHOBA VALLEY 3,249,731
NAUSET 3,204,119
NEW SALEM WENDELL 621,347
NORFOLK COUNTY 1,080,756
NORTH MIDDLESEX 19,505,168
NORTH SHORE 1,530,490
NORTHAMPTON SMITH 885,640
NORTHBORO SOUTHBORO 2,721,210
NORTHEAST METROPOLITAN 8,271,943
NORTHERN BERKSHIRE 4,195,758
OLD COLONY 3,159,799
OLD ROCHESTER 2,009,052
PATHFINDER 5,305,602
PENTUCKET 12,521,127
PIONEER 3,971,891
QUABBIN 16,073,093
QUABOAG 8,393,766
RALPH C MAHAR 5,254,840
SHAWSHEEN VALLEY 5,946,169
SILVER LAKE 7,132,935
SOMERSET BERKLEY 3,692,430
SOUTH MIDDLESEX 3,106,506
SOUTH SHORE 3,814,659
SOUTHEASTERN 12,882,834
SOUTHERN BERKSHIRE 1,798,896
SOUTHERN WORCESTER 9,454,522
SOUTHWICK TOLLAND 9,431,433
SPENCER EAST BROOKFIELD 13,236,949
TANTASQUA 7,482,919
TRI COUNTY 5,505,418
TRITON 8,111,651
UPISLAND 781,612
UPPER CAPE COD 2,848,175
WACHUSETT 23,845,475
WHITMAN HANSON 23,680,501
WHITTIER 7,539,478
Total Regional Aid 646,634,407
Total Municipal and Regional Aid 4,136,091,547 833,980,293

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