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Stow Clean Water--Assabet Water Company 1599-1759

funding levels adjusted for inflation (CPI)

  • Funding History
  • Proposals
Adjusted for inflation (CPI) NOT adjusted
FY22 Hou$0$0
FY21$0$0
FY20$0$0
FY19$0$0
FY18 $0 $0
FY17 $0 $0
FY16 $0 $0
FY15 $0 $0
FY14 $0 $0
FY13 $0 $0
FY12 $0 $0
FY11 $119,608 $100,000
FY10 $0 $0
FY09$0$0
FY08 $0 $0
FY07 $0 $0
FY06 $0 $0
FY05 $0 $0
FY04 $0 $0
FY03 $0 $0
FY02 $0 $0
FY01 $0 $0

comparisons adjusted for inflation (CPI)

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Funding for Stow Clean Water--Assabet Water Company
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comparisons adjusted for inflation (CPI)

Notes

  • In FY04, funding for the Dept. of Environmental Management and Metropolitan District Commission was reorganized and consolidated into funding for the Dept. of Conservation and Recreation. Use caution in analyzing funding over time.
  • Line items that start with 1599- are typically referred to as "reserve accounts." These often fund non-recurring costs, such as costs for natural disasters, start-up costs, and initial payments for collectively-bargained pay increases.
Adjusted for inflation (CPI) NOT adjusted
FY22 Hou$0$0
FY22 HWM$0$0
FY22 Gov$0$0
FY21$0$0

Notes

  • In FY04, funding for the Dept. of Environmental Management and Metropolitan District Commission was reorganized and consolidated into funding for the Dept. of Conservation and Recreation. Use caution in analyzing funding over time.
  • Line items that start with 1599- are typically referred to as "reserve accounts." These often fund non-recurring costs, such as costs for natural disasters, start-up costs, and initial payments for collectively-bargained pay increases.
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