January 05, 2022
PUBLIC FINANCE > Budget > FY 2022

From soccer fields to boat ramps, South Shore to get $8.7 million in COVID relief money

The 8.7 million headed to the South Shore represents 0.22% of the total spending package.

Wheeler Cowperthwaite ,

The Patriot Ledger

According to an analysis by the Massachusetts Taxpayers Foundation, much of the spending will be for healthcare at $946 million, housing at $624 million, infrastructure at $414 million, education at $389 million and economic development at $267 million. An additional $500 million was pumped into the state's unemployment insurance system.