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Governor Signs FY2020 State Budget Into Law

The budget that Governor Baker signed into law last week includes $43.3 billion in appropriations, including many increased investments in smart growth and regional planning priorities. MAPC thanks Governor Baker for approving a FY2020 budget that increases funding for key MAPC priorities, including the District Local Technical Assistance program, Shannon Grant, Community Preservation Assistance Trust […]

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Senate Budget: MAPC Call to Action

The budget that Governor Baker signed into law last week includes $43.3 billion in appropriations, including many increased investments in smart growth and regional planning priorities. MAPC thanks Governor Baker for approving a FY2020 budget that increases funding for key MAPC priorities, including the District Local Technical Assistance program, Shannon Grant, Community Preservation Assistance Trust […]

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Call to Action: Ask Your Legislator to Support MAPC Priority Amendments

MAPC Call to Action The budget that Governor Baker signed into law last week includes $43.3 billion in appropriations, including many increased investments in smart growth and regional planning priorities. MAPC thanks Governor Baker for approving a FY2020 budget that increases funding for key MAPC priorities, including the District Local Technical Assistance program, Shannon Grant, […]

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Massachusetts Legislature Finalizes FY2019 State Budget Proposal

The Commonwealth is one step closer to having a FY2019 budget in place. Budget negotiations took a bit longer than usual this year, but the resulting $41.88 billion includes a number of MAPC budget and policy priorities. We are extremely grateful to Chairwoman Spilka and Chairman Sanchez for their incredibly hard work on this budget. […]

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Senate Budget Call to Action: Support Regional Priorities

Help us support smart growth and regional collaboration in the budget by contacting your State Senator today! Massachusetts Senators filed their amendments to the FY19 State budget yesterday and are now considering which additional amendments to support. If you have not already done so, please call or email your State Senator to ask her or […]

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MA Senate Ways and Means Releases FY19 Budget Proposal

On May 10, the Massachusetts Senate Committee on Ways and Means (SWM) released its FY2019 budget proposal of $41.42 billion. The SWM budget proposal includes about $61 million more spending than Gov. Charlie Baker’s budget plan (H.2) and $97 million less in spending than the budget adopted by the House last month. For an analysis […]

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