This session of the radio show shares the Town Council Quarterbacking session with Chair Tom Mercer on Thursday morning, June 9, 2022. The Town Council meeting was held on Wednesday, June 8.
· ok, what just happened?
· What does it mean for Franklin residents and taxpayers?
PROCLAMATIONS / RECOGNITIONS
a. Proclamation - Franklin Flyers Youth Hockey Team
b. Proclamation - Franklin High School Theatre Company
a. License Modification: Change of Hours - PH Franklin, Inc. d/b/a Raillery Public House, Located at 280 Franklin Village Drive, Franklin, MA 02038
b. New Farmer Winery-Farmers Market License - Crave Mead, LLC d/b/a Crave Mead, Located at 7 Main St., Unit 1, Blackstone, MA 01504
PRESENTATIONS / DISCUSSION
a. Presentation/Discussion: North Grove Priority Development Area Redevelopment Concept - Urban Land Institute Technical Assistance Panel & MassDevelopment
LEGISLATION FOR ACTION
a. Resolution 22-32: Salary Schedule: Full-Time Elected Official - Town Clerk
b. Resolution 22-30: FY22 Capital Plan Round 2
e. Resolution 22-39: Authorizing the Additional Borrowing of Money to Pay Additional Costs of the Beaver Street Interceptor Replacement Project
The conversation runs about 40 minutes. Let’s listen to my conversation with Tom.
Meeting agenda =>
Presentation on the Nu-Style property -> https://www.franklinma.gov/sites/g/files/vyhlif6896/f/agendas/franklin_presentation.pdf
My notes ->
My photos taken during the meeting are in one album https://photos.app.goo.gl/6Rkh1UGK3MJ5Yz6S7
YouTube video of meeting -> https://youtu.be/xQgdpRxgGOU
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