As promised by the governor in his budget address Tuesday, state aid has remained flat for every municipality in New Jersey.
Figures released by the Department of Community Affairs show a total of $1,302,494,706 was dolled out this year, the exact number to the dollar that was awarded last year.
Newark received the highest total at $91,290,117, half again the next highest recipient, Jersey City, which pulled in $63,860,963.
Aid to municipalities dropped by about $275 million in Christie’s first year in office, down from $1.58 billion. In 2006, the number stood at $1.61 billion