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On June 29, 2009 Governor Patrick approved the FY2010 state budget (Chapter 27 of the Acts of 2009). The Division of Local Services has posted FY2010 cherry sheet estimates based on the appropriation levels appearing in the budget approved by the Governor. FY2010 cherry sheets are now available for downloading.

FY2010 cherry sheets posted on our website reflect the Governor's veto of $2,250,000 from the regional public library program.  If the Legislature overrides the Governor's veto, revised cherry sheets for the nine communities participating in the regional public library program will be posted to the website and those communities will be notified.

To review additional information about how the estimates were determined, click on the link at the bottom for an index of the FY2010 programs and links to individual explanations.

If you have questions regarding these cherry sheet estimates, please contact Lisa Juszkiewicz at (617) 626-2386, Jared Curtis at (617) 626-2320 or Donnette Benvenuto at (617) 626-2360.

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