This session of the radio show shares my "Talk Franklin" conversation with Town Administrator Jamie Hellen and Alecia Alleyne, Assistant to the Town Administrator. We had our conversation via conference bridge.
** Topics for this session
200 acres open space preserved with last 17 acres
Franklin Library Association ends it long service & donation run
MBTA, Franklin For All, etc.
First pass at Capital budget, CPC, ARPA
Job opportunities across a variety of Dept/functions
Goodbye Alecia, best wishes
The conversation runs about 42 minutes. Let’s listen to my conversation with Jamie & Alecia
Town Administrator page -> https://www.franklinma.gov/administrator
Finance Committee (with School budget deep dive) 12/07/22 -> https://www.franklinmatters.org/2022/12/finance-committee-gets-some-financial.html
Town Council 12/14/22 (video, audio & recap) ->
Note: The video portion with Library Director Felicia Oti talking about the Franklin Library Assoc begins at about 25 minutes
Open positions with Town of Franklin ->
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