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Tyer Says State Spending Plans Holds Good News for Pittsfield

By Jack GuerinoiBerkshires Staff
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Mayor Linda Tyer gave a positive budget update during her regular address Friday on Pittsfield Community Television.
 
Tyer said with the state passing a three-month budget, the city finally has some solid state numbers for local and education aid — and its good news.
 
"With those two funding sources being restored, we are in a much better financial position then we anticipated we would be in when the City Council approved the budget in June," she said. 
 
The school and city passed operating budgets in June based on level or reduced amounts of state aid and administrators are still prepared for this funding to come in lower. 
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