Newly signed state budget changes funding for cities and towns

The state budget signed into law Tuesday increases state funding for cities and towns by $23.5 million in the 2015-16 fiscal year, which begins today. In the map below, click on each city to see how much the increase/decrease in state funding each city will be receiving. Below the map you’ll find a list of all our local towns listing the change in state funding.

Data from CT Mirror and the Office of Fiscal Analysis.


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