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Chapter 90 money for Hampshire County communities

Gov. Deval Patrick’s proposed 10-year transportation bond bill, filed last week, includes a 50 percent increase in Chapter 90 money provided to communities to maintain roads.

If approved by the Legislature, here’s what that increase will mean for Hampshire County communities in fiscal 2014:

Northampton: $1,531,449 (up from about $1 million)

Amherst: $1,263,420 (up from about $842,300)

Belchertown: $924,497 (up from about $616,000)

South Hadley: $767,598 (up from about $511,700)

Easthampton: $739,629 (up from about $493,000)

Hadley: $560,338 (up from about $373,600)

Southampton: $485,211 (up from about $323,500)

Granby: $421,923 (up from about $281,300)

Hatfield: $380,652 (up from about $253,800)

Westhampton: $284,670 (up from about $189,800)

Williamsburg: $285,535 (up from about $190,300)

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