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State Funding To Danbury Increases For New Fiscal Year

Photo Credit: State Of Connecticut website

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.