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FM #558 - Municipal Affordable Housing Trust Mtg - 06/02/21
Episode 5585th June 2021 • Franklin (MA) Matters • Steve Sherlock
00:00:00 01:14:13

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The meeting was conducted in a virtual format: some members were in the Municipal Bldg, other committee members and a small group of public participation were remote via the Zoom conference bridge, all to adhere to the ‘social distancing’ requirements of this pandemic period.

The meeting was a public hearing on the draft Housing Production Plan. It is open from comment until June 25, 2021. At that time, the comments will begin to be incorporated into an update which will also be subject to public hearings in particular by the Planning Board and Town Council as part of their approval process before being submitted to the State.

The show notes contain links to the meeting agenda and to the presentation document used. Let’s listen to the Municipal Affordable Housing Trust meeting of June 2


Agenda document 

Copy of the plan can be found

Link to presentation doc 

My notes from the meeting 


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