Massachusetts Gov. William F. Weld said Monday he will propose about $30 million of state aid in his fiscal 1994 budget to ease the financial burden the Boston Harbor cleanup project has placed on water and sewer ratepayers.

The state has contributed $160 million for the cleanup since 1986, or roughly 4% of the amount spent, according to administration officials and a spokesman for the Massachusetts Water Resources Authority.

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