State Funding To Danbury Increases For New Fiscal Year

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FAIRFIELD COUNTY, Conn. – As the new fiscal year begins Tuesday, July 1, across Connecticut, here is a look at the amount of state aid awarded by the legislature to the cities and towns in Fairfield County, according to the CT Mirror

This state money is to help pay for local government and schools. Check out the list below to see how much more your town is getting this year:

  • Danbury: $38.3 million; up $2.62 million, or 7.4%
  • Darien: $2.179 million; up $13,314, or 0.6% 
  • Easton: $965,402; up $6,878, or 0.7%
  • Fairfield: $7.7 million; up $250,000, or 3.3%
  • Greenwich: $5.6 million; up $67,000, or 1.2%
  • New Canaan: $1.9 million; up $6,700, or 0.3%
  • Norwalk: $16.1 million; up $487,000, or 3.1%
  • Redding $1.2 million; up $8,684, or 0.7%
  • Ridgefield: $3.3 million; up $125, or 0%
  • Stamford: $17.9 million; up $1.34 million, or 8.1%
  • Weston: $1.2 million; up $2,500, or 0.2%
  • Westport: $3.5 million; up $76,000, or 2.2%
  • Wilton: $2.4 million; up $32,900, or 1.3% 

Check out the map and chart at the CT Mirror website to see how all the state's 169 towns and cities stack up. 

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And STILL the Board Of Education and their Lackies complain We have No Money and It's For the Kids--- Shut up already !!
Have a Great Day(and Just Pay and Pay ) Your taxes