“That’s fairly good news,” said city Comptroller Glenn Klocko.
The city even got a boost in the assistance for local projects. The city’s getting $671,000 for projects compared to $504,000 last year -- money that could pay for many of the police cruisers the city put on hold.
The major aid program is the Education Cost Sharing grant, which is holding steady at $42.9 million, as anticipated in the city’s budget.
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