Wednesday, May 4, 2016

In the News: Exelon traffic to be minimal, two arrested for car breakins

From the Milford Daily News, articles of interest for Franklin

"Exelon’s proposed 200-megawatt expansion of the power generation company’s existing Summer Street facility is not expected to cause any traffic impacts, engineers said at the Planning and Economic Development Board’s Tuesday meeting. 
Bob Michaud of MDM Transportation Consultants, a firm hired by Exelon, said the site will produce a less than a one-percent increase over existing traffic volumes during peak commuter hours. 
Exelon’s proposal to use fuel oil as a backup to natural gas – the primary fuel source - will result in a maximum of five vehicle trips over an hour, Michaud said."

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"Two men were arraigned in Wrentham District Court Monday after being arrested in Franklin on suspicion of breaking into cars. 
Lukas Montano, 19, of 237 Monument Valley Road in Great Barrington, and Zachary Mendes, 18, of 11 Country Lane in Berkley, pleaded not guilty to charges of breaking and entering a vehicle during the nighttime for a felony, larceny of more than $250 and receiving stolen property. Bail for each was set at $1,000."

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