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Town's fiscal 2020 budget, snapshot available

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UPDATED, April 2: Town Manager Adam Chapdelaine has updated the town's fiscal 2020 budget from the preliminary measure announced in January to the current financial plan.

The annual plan provides residents with an overview of the budget process, as well as an explanation of the town's departments and organization. It serves as a policy document, a financial guide and a communications device to residents. Read the plan at arlingtonma.gov/budget.

Also available is the Public Annual Financial Report (PAFR), a four-page report that provides a snapshot of the town’s basic financial condition and trends. It also contains summarized financial schedules and tables.

A physical copy of the PAFR will be included in the quarterly water bills, to be mailed April 15.

View the PAFR at arlingtonma.gov/budget.

Further detail will be made available this month with the Finance Committee's report to Town Meeting. 


This news announcement was published Wednesday, Jan. 16, 2019, and updated April 2.

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