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Local Aid

In the Fiscal Year 2019 House Budget, Tackey, along with the Quincy legislative delegation, successfully secured: 

  • $27.3 million in Chapter 70 funding for Quincy Public Schools

  • $19.7 million of unrestricted general assistance to the City of Quincy

  • $900,000 for maintenance and seasonal staffing of metropolitan beaches in Quincy, Lynn, Nahant, Revere, Winthrop, East Boston, South Boston, Dorchester, and Hull

  • $100,000 for an integrated behavioral health program at Manet Community Health Center

  • $100,000 for Quincy Asian Resources, Inc.

  • $95,000 for additional patrols during the summer at Wollaston Beach and Furnace Brook Parkway

  • $75,000 for Quincy Housing Authority to install new security systems

  • $50,000 for Germantown Neighborhood Center

  • $25,000 for the Quincy Council on Aging (Department of Elder Affairs)

Chapter 90 Transportation Funding

  • $1.9 million for the City of Quincy to repair and rebuild roads, bridges, and other transportation infrastructure