Donchess wants $317 million budget
NASHUA — Mayor Jim Donchess on Tuesday presented to Board of Aldermen members plans to spend more than $317 million in fiscal year 2020, a budget that reflects an increase of nearly $11 million in comparison to the amount originally approved for FY 2019.
The new budget also shows Donchess plans to spend nearly $82 million on salaries for full-time school employees. This reflects an increase of roughly $5 million from the amount approved to pay full-time school employees for the current fiscal year.
The Telegraph will provide more detailed reports of Nashua’s FY 2020 spending plans in the coming days and weeks.