Tewksbury To Receive More Than $900K in Ch. 90 Money
State release bridge and highway funds.
(Editor's note: The following information was submitted by the office of state Rep. Jim Miceli.)
State Rep. James R. Miceli, D-Wilmington, announced recently that the Chapter 90 monies (money that goes back to the towns for maintenance of roads) was released for the towns of Wilmington and Tewksbury for FY 2013.
The Chapter 90 Program was enacted on March 23, 1973, by vote of the Public Works Commission to entitle Municipalities to reimbursement of documented expenditures on approved projects. Funds must be allocated to roadway projects and related expenditures.
Rep. Miceli is the ranking Democrat on the Joint Committee of Transportation which moved the Chapter 90 legislation.
- Wilmington is to receive $765,427.00.
- Tewksbury will receive $929,889.00.
“These monies play a critical part in the maintenance of roads in the two communities”, said Miceli.