Local Aid - Section 3



Local Aid Distribution

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SECTION 3.    Notwithstanding any general or special law to the contrary, for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2020 the distribution to cities and towns of the balance of the State Lottery and Gaming 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 and the Gaming Local Aid Fund, shall be $1,128,617,436 and shall be apportioned to 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 for fiscal year 2020 the total amounts to be distributed and paid to each city, town, regional school district, and county operating an agricultural or vocational school from item 7061-0008 of section 2 shall be as set forth in the following lists. The specified amounts distributed from said item 7061-0008 of said section 2 shall be deemed in full satisfaction of the amounts due under chapter 70 of the General Laws.

For fiscal year 2020, minimum aid shall be $20 per pupil and the effort reduction percentage shall be 100%. Transitional aid received in fiscal year 2019 relating to low income measurement shall be included in districts' base aid. Districts shall be eligible for the high needs concentration increment if they are in the ninth or tenth deciles for economically disadvantaged and if 20 per cent or more of the district's foundation headcount was designated as English learners in either of the two most recent fiscal years. Notwithstanding the provisions of section 3 of chapter 70 of the General Laws, foundation budget rates for fiscal year 2020 shall be set as identified in the tables below.

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, and for any district that has not accepted the provisions of section 260 of chapter 165 of the acts of 2014, provided that any district for whom such costs are not so considered shall have included as part of net school spending an amount equal to the increase in the foundation budget for the district associated with health care costs of retired school personnel.

No payments to cities, towns or counties maintaining an agricultural school under 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 agricultural school that demonstrates an emergency cash shortfall, as certified by the commissioner of revenue and approved by the secretary of administration and finance, under guidelines established by the secretary.

Base Rates
 
Admini-
stration
Instruc-
tional
Leader-
ship
Class-
room
and
Special-
ist
Teachers
Other
Teaching
Services
Profes-
sional
Devel-
opment
Instruc-
tional
Equip-
ment
& Tech
Guid-ance
and
Psycho-
logical
Pupil
Services
Oper-ations
and
Main-
tenance
Employee
Benefits/
Fixed
Charges
Special
Ed
Tuition
Total,
all
categories
Pre-school 195.97 353.93 1,622.88 416.22 64.18 234.89 118.08 46.96 450.66 519.38 0.00 4,023.15
Kindergarten (half) 195.97 353.93 1,622.88 416.22 64.18 234.89 118.08 46.96 450.66 519.38 0.00 4,023.15
Kindergarten (full) 391.93 707.86 3,245.76 832.47 128.42 469.78 236.19 93.97 901.30 1,038.75 0.00 8,046.43
Elementary 391.93 707.86 3,245.72 832.47 128.44 469.78 236.19 140.93 901.30 1,038.78 0.00 8,093.40
Junior/Middle 391.93 707.86 2,856.25 599.25 139.24 469.78 314.38 230.21 977.13 1,069.79 0.00 7,755.82
High School 391.93 707.86 4,200.34 498.88 135.01 751.65 394.09 530.85 947.43 967.85 0.00 9,525.89
Early college/innovative pathways 435.32 786.23 4,709.02 554.11 149.96 937.35 394.09 589.62 1,052.33 967.85 0.00 10,575.88
Vocational 391.93 707.86 7,140.62 498.88 223.21 1,315.37 394.09 530.85 1,773.15 1,395.84 0.00 14,371.80
Special education in-school 2,704.98 0.00 8,925.75 8,333.85 430.57 375.82 0.00 0.00 3,021.59 3,374.83 0.00 27,167.39
Special education tuitioned-out 2,802.91 0.00 0.00 42.82 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 26,612.12 29,457.85

 

Incremental Rates
 
Admini-
stration
Instruc-
tional
Leader-
ship
Class-
room
and
Special-
ist
Teachers
Other
Teaching
Services
Profes-
sional
Devel-
opment
Instruc-
tional
Equip-
ment
& Tech
Guid-ance
and
Psycho-logical
Pupil
Services
Oper-ations
and
Main-
tenance
Employee
Benefits/
Fixed
Charges
Special
Ed
Tuition
Total,
all
categories
English learners PK-5 86.23 150.90 1,056.24 150.90 43.11 107.78 64.67 21.56 258.67 237.11 0.00 2,177.17
English learners 6-8 107.79 188.62 1,320.30 188.62 53.89 134.72 80.84 26.95 323.34 296.39 0.00 2,721.46
English learners high school 129.34 226.35 1,584.36 226.35 64.66 161.66 97.00 32.34 388.01 355.67 0.00 3,265.74
Economically disadvantaged 1 50.98 241.54 2,357.86 0.00 114.39 17.54 95.48 496.13 0.00 381.40 0.00 3,755.32
Economically disadvantaged 2 51.54 244.20 2,383.92 0.00 115.66 17.73 96.53 501.61 0.00 385.62 0.00 3,796.81
Economically disadvantaged 3 52.10 246.87 2,409.97 0.00 116.92 17.92 97.59 507.09 0.00 389.83 0.00 3,838.29
Economically disadvantaged 4 52.67 249.54 2,436.03 0.00 118.18 18.12 98.64 512.57 0.00 394.05 0.00 3,879.80
Economically disadvantaged 5 53.23 252.21 2,462.09 0.00 119.45 18.31 99.70 518.06 0.00 398.26 0.00 3,921.31
Economically disadvantaged 6 53.90 255.39 2,493.12 0.00 120.95 18.54 100.95 524.59 0.00 403.28 0.00 3,970.72
Economically disadvantaged 7 54.61 258.75 2,525.90 0.00 122.54 18.79 102.28 531.48 0.00 408.58 0.00 4,022.93
Economically disadvantaged 8 55.36 262.29 2,560.42 0.00 124.22 19.04 103.68 538.75 0.00 414.17 0.00 4,077.93
Economically disadvantaged 9 56.14 266.00 2,596.69 0.00 125.98 19.31 105.15 546.38 0.00 420.03 0.00 4,135.68
Economically disadvantaged 10 56.96 269.89 2,634.69 0.00 127.82 19.59 106.69 554.37 0.00 426.18 0.00 4,196.19
High needs concentration increment 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 12.78 13.16 0.00 0.00 0.00 25.94

 

 


Municipality

Chapter 70
Unrestricted
General
Government
Aid
ABINGTON 8,888,421 2,088,894
ACTON 0 1,485,383
ACUSHNET 6,348,772 1,610,035
ADAMS 0 2,485,998
AGAWAM 19,440,642 3,911,960
ALFORD 0 14,902
AMESBURY 9,169,767 2,065,799
AMHERST 6,110,883 8,939,803
ANDOVER 11,454,144 1,897,423
AQUINNAH 0 2,482
ARLINGTON 13,816,783 8,056,055
ASHBURNHAM 0 844,287
ASHBY 0 464,959
ASHFIELD 93,413 197,138
ASHLAND 7,790,533 1,435,983
ATHOL 0 2,811,281
ATTLEBORO 40,492,632 6,057,887
AUBURN 11,837,923 1,818,556
AVON 2,083,030 735,982
AYER 0 803,867
BARNSTABLE 11,627,404 2,233,598
BARRE 0 955,017
BECKET 76,563 96,433
BEDFORD 5,429,094 1,218,953
BELCHERTOWN 13,861,046 1,806,769
BELLINGHAM 8,619,565 1,801,819
BELMONT 9,304,779 2,397,629
BERKLEY 3,996,028 646,096
BERLIN 0 214,087
BERNARDSTON 0 308,844
BEVERLY 8,936,736 6,201,104
BILLERICA 19,300,194 6,183,385
BLACKSTONE 183,504 1,453,444
BLANDFORD 43,655 134,832
BOLTON 4,568 209,654
BOSTON 221,277,275 201,181,161
BOURNE 5,195,203 1,556,625
BOXBOROUGH 22,491 267,857
BOXFORD 1,740,853 516,201
BOYLSTON 83,406 363,726
BRAINTREE 18,130,491 6,076,372
BREWSTER 1,007,209 419,274
BRIDGEWATER 76,038 3,867,561
BRIMFIELD 1,244,552 414,004
BROCKTON 183,271,000 22,233,756
BROOKFIELD 1,568,493 524,296
BROOKLINE 14,929,417 6,741,760
BUCKLAND 13,040 325,143
BURLINGTON 6,840,360 2,780,883
CAMBRIDGE 16,621,474 22,812,246
CANTON 6,309,912 2,277,134
CARLISLE 999,572 232,942
CARVER 9,992,779 1,551,239
CHARLEMONT 105,638 185,614
CHARLTON 0 1,538,419
CHATHAM 0 159,810
CHELMSFORD 11,148,668 5,389,609
CHELSEA 80,245,233 8,721,149
CHESHIRE 0 652,321
CHESTER 55,349 191,177
CHESTERFIELD 133,114 146,607
CHICOPEE 67,432,732 12,227,779
CHILMARK 0 3,983
CLARKSBURG 1,798,115 386,290
CLINTON 13,186,850 2,499,684
COHASSET 2,743,352 546,320
COLRAIN 0 306,467
CONCORD 3,543,593 1,231,888
CONWAY 625,604 189,777
CUMMINGTON 73,684 88,584
DALTON 236,011 1,208,147
DANVERS 7,054,486 3,024,383
DARTMOUTH 9,912,591 2,676,827
DEDHAM 5,974,415 3,472,478
DEERFIELD 1,111,203 510,020
DENNIS 0 578,305
DEVENS 308,558 0
DIGHTON 0 821,082
DOUGLAS 8,747,315 774,922
DOVER 851,831 204,266
DRACUT 19,374,977 3,720,503
DUDLEY 14,372 1,897,257
DUNSTABLE 0 261,176
DUXBURY 5,317,677 941,254
EAST BRIDGEWATER 10,812,907 1,589,463
EAST BROOKFIELD 186,016 307,962
EAST LONGMEADOW 12,082,021 1,537,043
EASTHAM 363,271 158,202
EASTHAMPTON 8,012,362 2,984,699
EASTON 10,112,861 2,325,370
EDGARTOWN 841,641 70,733
EGREMONT 0 66,998
ERVING 469,335 71,370
ESSEX 0 259,986
EVERETT 73,723,639 7,336,124
FAIRHAVEN 7,917,997 2,394,507
FALL RIVER 127,930,660 25,304,963
FALMOUTH 6,689,902 1,472,161
FITCHBURG 55,316,084 9,061,922
FLORIDA 550,057 52,853
FOXBOROUGH 9,020,590 1,581,670
FRAMINGHAM 50,064,950 10,564,592
FRANKLIN 28,360,401 2,623,839
FREETOWN 457,865 1,008,321
GARDNER 20,486,987 4,499,744
GEORGETOWN 5,514,628 760,692
GILL 0 258,287
GLOUCESTER 6,667,798 4,241,003
GOSHEN 96,111 84,950
GOSNOLD 16,414 2,227
GRAFTON 11,077,615 1,660,319
GRANBY 4,657,770 937,587
GRANVILLE 0 170,249
GREAT BARRINGTON 0 805,877
GREENFIELD 13,353,838 3,371,242
GROTON 0 822,557
GROVELAND 65,200 772,960
HADLEY 1,255,964 481,936
HALIFAX 3,054,315 963,926
HAMILTON 0 713,432
HAMPDEN 0 730,571
HANCOCK 210,720 59,953
HANOVER 6,998,399 2,249,434
HANSON 43,115 1,359,810
HARDWICK 8,588 494,351
HARVARD 1,973,361 1,572,567
HARWICH 0 457,398
HATFIELD 842,786 331,332
HAVERHILL 57,246,300 10,436,481
HAWLEY 0 45,954
HEATH 0 88,845
HINGHAM 7,683,629 1,675,859
HINSDALE 104,683 236,433
HOLBROOK 7,199,492 1,566,803
HOLDEN 0 2,030,218
HOLLAND 931,958 214,328
HOLLISTON 7,888,055 1,644,407
HOLYOKE 75,494,311 10,784,446
HOPEDALE 6,078,020 692,424
HOPKINTON 6,913,196 834,159
HUBBARDSTON 0 478,330
HUDSON 11,993,866 2,117,490
HULL 3,865,186 2,250,382
HUNTINGTON 257,686 365,967
IPSWICH 3,315,640 1,704,546
KINGSTON 4,361,765 1,019,231
LAKEVILLE 85,873 868,848
LANCASTER 0 1,015,030
LANESBOROUGH 0 366,295
LAWRENCE 197,511,397 20,849,605
LEE 2,078,919 661,312
LEICESTER 9,786,947 1,843,736
LENOX 1,267,585 566,001
LEOMINSTER 46,083,870 6,077,376
LEVERETT 294,391 189,541
LEXINGTON 14,364,684 1,627,400
LEYDEN 0 87,430
LINCOLN 1,168,795 722,906
LITTLETON 4,023,788 754,817
LONGMEADOW 5,621,469 1,483,570
LOWELL 158,632,652 26,746,523
LUDLOW 13,770,553 3,243,895
LUNENBURG 7,739,118 1,122,928
LYNN 182,792,479 23,774,862
LYNNFIELD 4,382,641 1,104,377
MALDEN 49,991,862 13,322,297
MANCHESTER 0 236,147
MANSFIELD 18,923,669 2,368,619
MARBLEHEAD 5,900,139 1,209,205
MARION 855,844 239,599
MARLBOROUGH 28,294,690 5,780,446
MARSHFIELD 14,624,393 2,300,372
MASHPEE 4,623,696 390,683
MATTAPOISETT 835,125 430,377
MAYNARD 5,429,301 1,668,251
MEDFIELD 6,263,544 1,539,280
MEDFORD 12,097,126 12,880,443
MEDWAY 10,479,229 1,295,508
MELROSE 8,475,066 5,445,804
MENDON 35,836 433,944
MERRIMAC 41,857 893,448
METHUEN 46,730,530 5,773,605
MIDDLEBOROUGH 17,948,079 2,618,046
MIDDLEFIELD 13,200 56,450
MIDDLETON 1,659,451 581,010
MILFORD 26,847,209 3,243,398
MILLBURY 7,643,267 1,880,366
MILLIS 4,819,852 1,111,757
MILLVILLE 71,567 432,534
MILTON 8,971,185 3,411,993
MONROE 49,377 19,525
MONSON 7,531,715 1,386,152
MONTAGUE 0 1,521,832
MONTEREY 0 49,097
MONTGOMERY 21,042 92,154
MOUNT WASHINGTON 7,756 31,831
NAHANT 520,943 401,221
NANTUCKET 3,583,619 84,135
NATICK 10,091,929 4,046,428
NEEDHAM 10,428,607 1,853,722
NEW ASHFORD 179,597 21,569
NEW BEDFORD 155,895,040 24,427,447
NEW BRAINTREE 12,778 140,179
NEW MARLBOROUGH 0 62,188
NEW SALEM 0 110,176
NEWBURY 16,844 549,937
NEWBURYPORT 4,176,831 2,708,244
NEWTON 24,681,503 6,240,334
NORFOLK 3,452,225 1,018,329
NORTH ADAMS 13,795,263 4,711,039
NORTH ANDOVER 9,112,137 2,176,186
NORTH ATTLEBOROUGH 20,640,251 3,055,029
NORTH BROOKFIELD 4,284,748 846,135
NORTH READING 7,130,467 1,885,447
NORTHAMPTON 7,531,349 4,667,261
NORTHBOROUGH 3,978,090 1,184,473
NORTHBRIDGE 15,582,601 2,241,474
NORTHFIELD 0 383,656
NORTON 12,803,060 2,207,018
NORWELL 3,979,925 1,138,330
NORWOOD 7,775,490 4,939,252
OAK BLUFFS 954,796 77,227
OAKHAM 5,900 203,729
ORANGE 5,291,994 1,716,104
ORLEANS 423,387 182,399
OTIS 0 38,623
OXFORD 10,549,514 2,183,504
PALMER 10,901,470 2,129,586
PAXTON 5,026 574,617
PEABODY 20,483,201 7,665,240
PELHAM 234,711 169,030
PEMBROKE 13,579,752 1,785,006
PEPPERELL 0 1,584,876
PERU 89,842 121,272
PETERSHAM 434,823 121,736
PHILLIPSTON 0 195,876
PITTSFIELD 46,400,416 9,168,252
PLAINFIELD 27,674 53,274
PLAINVILLE 2,920,781 805,600
PLYMOUTH 26,289,097 4,160,905
PLYMPTON 738,370 251,921
PRINCETON 0 314,403
PROVINCETOWN 289,681 146,881
QUINCY 28,553,214 20,276,386
RANDOLPH 17,948,224 5,519,513
RAYNHAM 0 1,207,493
READING 10,794,409 3,442,525
REHOBOTH 0 1,106,916
REVERE 68,209,874 10,923,350
RICHMOND 363,449 114,885
ROCHESTER 2,035,338 451,008
ROCKLAND 13,820,455 2,807,181
ROCKPORT 1,495,336 464,650
ROWE 139,295 4,184
ROWLEY 25,266 573,452
ROYALSTON 0 190,907
RUSSELL 197,476 262,262
RUTLAND 0 982,309
SALEM 25,021,626 7,325,200
SALISBURY 14,372 670,947
SANDISFIELD 0 36,797
SANDWICH 7,125,068 1,196,864
SAUGUS 6,049,975 3,895,781
SAVOY 515,249 123,038
SCITUATE 5,815,813 2,136,185
SEEKONK 6,664,496 1,306,706
SHARON 7,414,387 1,486,493
SHEFFIELD 0 258,699
SHELBURNE 4,155 277,698
SHERBORN 689,643 230,013
SHIRLEY 0 1,393,208
SHREWSBURY 20,008,218 2,958,042
SHUTESBURY 629,216 180,075
SOMERSET 8,891,820 1,628,687
SOMERVILLE 20,434,288 26,755,389
SOUTH HADLEY 8,113,310 2,773,350
SOUTHAMPTON 2,546,706 676,620
SOUTHBOROUGH 2,974,341 464,448
SOUTHBRIDGE 22,472,229 3,735,783
SOUTHWICK 0 1,339,475
SPENCER 41,512 2,401,798
SPRINGFIELD 362,747,204 40,199,748
STERLING 0 736,188
STOCKBRIDGE 0 105,849
STONEHAM 5,222,884 3,946,510
STOUGHTON 16,041,435 3,400,457
STOW 0 447,024
STURBRIDGE 3,838,194 822,696
SUDBURY 4,963,868 1,486,462
SUNDERLAND 870,988 536,722
SUTTON 5,466,555 828,928
SWAMPSCOTT 4,271,597 1,374,511
SWANSEA 8,442,200 1,994,435
TAUNTON 63,128,006 8,931,365
TEMPLETON 0 1,480,770
TEWKSBURY 13,292,195 2,955,498
TISBURY 716,384 104,125
TOLLAND 0 19,627
TOPSFIELD 1,186,448 651,328
TOWNSEND 0 1,395,578
TRURO 401,874 31,947
TYNGSBOROUGH 7,393,054 1,026,218
TYRINGHAM 51,762 13,482
UPTON 39,628 565,358
UXBRIDGE 9,420,844 1,461,125
WAKEFIELD 6,665,552 3,577,383
WALES 992,943 250,815
WALPOLE 8,146,281 2,706,343
WALTHAM 14,347,943 10,197,155
WARE 10,421,326 1,833,298
WAREHAM 13,357,440 2,100,976
WARREN 0 960,737
WARWICK 0 135,051
WASHINGTON 7,610 100,298
WATERTOWN 5,673,025 7,083,057
WAYLAND 5,191,222 959,875
WEBSTER 13,371,722 2,629,189
WELLESLEY 9,241,165 1,375,608
WELLFLEET 201,059 62,068
WENDELL 0 185,063
WENHAM 0 454,857
WEST BOYLSTON 3,025,475 846,068
WEST BRIDGEWATER 4,040,521 694,397
WEST BROOKFIELD 327,609 517,210
WEST NEWBURY 0 314,642
WEST SPRINGFIELD 30,615,273 3,805,777
WEST STOCKBRIDGE 0 103,248
WEST TISBURY 0 197,240
WESTBOROUGH 8,026,994 1,230,539
WESTFIELD 36,914,632 6,684,896
WESTFORD 17,095,695 2,256,711
WESTHAMPTON 475,870 153,875
WESTMINSTER 0 695,141
WESTON 3,931,661 397,212
WESTPORT 4,544,532 1,291,919
WESTWOOD 5,482,152 774,708
WEYMOUTH 28,373,465 9,259,265
WHATELY 263,900 142,507
WHITMAN 80,187 2,571,344
WILBRAHAM 0 1,554,121
WILLIAMSBURG 658,677 321,490
WILLIAMSTOWN 0 1,013,834
WILMINGTON 11,436,750 2,640,489
WINCHENDON 11,477,410 1,786,474
WINCHESTER 9,300,930 1,571,148
WINDSOR 26,342 110,274
WINTHROP 7,175,002 4,476,634
WOBURN 9,362,503 6,357,286
WORCESTER 270,478,050 44,128,813
WORTHINGTON 245,751 133,384
WRENTHAM 3,784,073 990,025
YARMOUTH 0 1,340,728
Total Municipal Aid 4,370,128,089 1,128,617,436
 
Regional School District Chapter 70  
ACTON BOXBOROUGH 15,131,021
ADAMS CHESHIRE 10,341,843
AMHERST PELHAM 9,547,467
ASHBURNHAM WESTMINSTER 11,634,416
ASSABET VALLEY 5,914,132
ATHOL ROYALSTON 17,406,240
AYER SHIRLEY 8,284,061
BERKSHIRE HILLS 2,923,288
BERLIN BOYLSTON 2,130,184
BLACKSTONE MILLVILLE 10,967,799
BLACKSTONE VALLEY 8,252,274
BLUE HILLS 5,180,983
BRIDGEWATER RAYNHAM 21,975,569
BRISTOL COUNTY 3,213,073
BRISTOL PLYMOUTH 11,933,310
CAPE COD 2,178,397
CENTRAL BERKSHIRE 8,757,569
CHESTERFIELD GOSHEN 750,790
CONCORD CARLISLE 2,691,475
DENNIS YARMOUTH 7,595,723
DIGHTON REHOBOTH 12,927,966
DOVER SHERBORN 2,277,423
DUDLEY CHARLTON 24,451,573
ESSEX NORTH SHORE 4,675,102
FARMINGTON RIVER 492,810
FRANKLIN COUNTY 3,925,238
FREETOWN LAKEVILLE 11,074,173
FRONTIER 2,849,765
GATEWAY 5,650,099
GILL MONTAGUE 6,441,443
GREATER FALL RIVER 17,347,045
GREATER LAWRENCE 26,935,700
GREATER LOWELL 28,488,831
GREATER NEW BEDFORD 26,626,924
GROTON DUNSTABLE 10,896,483
HAMILTON WENHAM 3,694,186
HAMPDEN WILBRAHAM 11,890,704
HAMPSHIRE 3,264,963
HAWLEMONT 635,416
KING PHILIP 7,571,760
LINCOLN SUDBURY 3,121,068
MANCHESTER ESSEX 3,035,028
MARTHAS VINEYARD 2,868,910
MASCONOMET 5,182,999
MENDON UPTON 12,426,746
MINUTEMAN 2,092,403
MOHAWK TRAIL 6,047,594
MONOMOY 3,648,903
MONTACHUSETT 15,279,154
MOUNT GREYLOCK 3,543,227
NARRAGANSETT 9,938,544
NASHOBA 7,218,771
NASHOBA VALLEY 3,710,894
NAUSET 3,514,989
NEW SALEM WENDELL 687,021
NORFOLK COUNTY 1,275,886
NORTH MIDDLESEX 20,361,653
NORTHAMPTON SMITH 911,985
NORTHBORO SOUTHBORO 3,153,214
NORTHEAST METROPOLITAN 10,458,068
NORTHERN BERKSHIRE 4,760,314
OLD COLONY 3,277,704
OLD ROCHESTER 3,032,314
PATHFINDER 5,985,600
PENTUCKET 13,158,492
PIONEER 4,163,701
QUABBIN 16,626,538
QUABOAG 9,146,450
RALPH C MAHAR 5,425,950
SHAWSHEEN VALLEY 6,457,461
SILVER LAKE 8,197,793
SOMERSET BERKLEY 5,702,922
SOUTH MIDDLESEX 5,298,081
SOUTH SHORE 4,425,217
SOUTHEASTERN 16,745,721
SOUTHERN BERKSHIRE 1,980,111
SOUTHERN WORCESTER 11,003,914
SOUTHWICK TOLLAND GRANVILLE 9,832,258
SPENCER EAST BROOKFIELD 13,679,714
TANTASQUA 9,208,538
TRI COUNTY 5,707,028
TRITON 8,754,561
UPISLAND 875,012
UPPER CAPE COD 3,254,918
WACHUSETT 28,500,615
WHITMAN HANSON 24,739,620
WHITTIER 10,436,213
Total Regional Aid 737,781,035
Total Municipal and Regional Aid 5,107,909,124 1,128,617,436

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