Information on Individual CPA Communities

This report displays detailed information on each community's CPA program, including the local Community Preservation Committee bylaw/ordinance, adoption data, and revenue history. Use the dropdown menu located below to select a community's report.

CPC Program Database - Abington
Municipality Information
CPA Program Details
Low income, first $100,000 - residential, first $100,000 - commercial
CPA Elections History
Election Purpose
Path to Ballot
Election Date
% Yes
% No
  Initial Adoption Legislative Body Vote 1.5% Low income, first $100,000 - residential, first $100,000 - commercial 04-30-2016 Pass 58% 42% Yes
CPA Revenue History
Total Trust
Total Revenue (Local
Surcharge +
  2002       $0
  2003       $0
  2004       $0
  2005       $0
  2006       $0
  2007       $0
  2008       $0
  2009       $0
  2010       $0
  2011       $0
  2012       $0
  2013       $0
  2014 $0 $0 0% $0
  2015 $0 $0 0% $0
  2016 $0 $0 0% $0
  2017 $351,028 $0 0% $351,028
  2018 $371,998 $60,387 17.2% $432,385
  2019 $391,496 $70,735 19.01% $462,231
  2020 $411,180 $93,640 23.92% $504,820
  2021 $429,311 $117,707 28.63% $547,018
  2022 $455,105 $188,208 43.84% $643,313
TOT   $2,410,118 $530,677   $2,940,795
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