As part of his backup plan to balance the budget after state employee unions rejected a savings agreement, Gov. Dannel Malloy is cutting state aid to towns and cities by 2.4 percent or $54.4 million.

According to a memo from the Connecticut Conference of Municipalities to legislators, CCM can only quantify $24.6 million of the cuts by municipality.

The municipalities facing the largest cuts are:

New Haven        $2,424,967
Hartford               $2,195,099
Bridgeport          $907,069
Waterbury          $797,751
Middletown       $499,030
New Britain        $470,992
Mansfield            $455,915
Stamford             $450,887
Danbury               $388,177
New London      $371,675

The ten with the smallest cuts are:

Bozrah                  $45,449
Lyme                     $45,340
Morris                   $45,114
Lisbon                   $44,365
Eastford               $44,277
Hartland               $41,611
Scotland               $39,837
Sprague               $38,862
Union                    $32,627
Franklin               $31,900

(The complete list of cuts, sorted by total reduction)

The cuts come in the form of a 5 percent reduction to Payments in Lieu of Taxes for state owned property, a 5 percent cut in PILOT for colleges and hospitals and a 50 percent cut in Town Aid Grants for Roads.

Malloy is also asking the legislature for authority to cut aid to municipalities by up to 3 percent in his proposed legislation for the special session today. The additional authority would allow Malloy to increase the size of cuts by up to 25 percent.

Lists sorted by cuts to state-owned PILOT, PILOT colleges and hospitals and TAR.