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City will acquire former Salem County Courthouse and County Commissioners Building
Legislation will enable historic facility to be developed into veterans’ housing
Responsible spending plan dedicates significant funding for local aid, education, mental health and substance misuse services; boosts balance of Rainy Day fund
Funding will support school safety measures, community college scholarships, early college programs, and strengthen behavioral health services and prevention efforts
Bill will pave way for major investments in public college and university campuses, address statewide capital needs across state agencies
Invests $473 million in capital authorization, extends and expands job-creating state tax credit to $150 million over five years
Incentives will create over 1,000 new life science jobs throughout Massachusetts, with a focus on small and medium sized companies
$2.34 billion plan will maintain and modernize existing assets and make targeted new investments, with an increased emphasis on climate change mitigation and adaptation
Grants fund technology improvements to help drive innovation and transformation, and enhance service at the local level
More than 3,000 students enrolled in Massachusetts K-12 schools after Hurricanes
Expanded programming and opportunities for communities to pursue job creation, attract private investment and prepare for long-term success
Chapter 90 funding will support municipal road and bridge repairs
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