Water, rubbish rates may rise in Franklin
Water rates and rubbish fees may be going up, while sewer rates could go down, if the Town Council goes along with a proposal by Town Administrator Jeffrey D. Nutting.
Nutting requested councilors raise trash fees $12 a year to cover a potential shortfall and to rebuild the trash reserve account that dropped below $100,000 to $61,000 this year.
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Developer reviewing cost for office park
An eight-building commercial development on land near the Bellingham line, involving a major extension and paving project for Spring Street, could start before summer - if the developer decides he can afford it, and Franklin officials approve the final plans, and the project meets state environmental measures.
Developer Paul Maggiore has proposed constructing the eight buildings on a 53.4-acre property off Spring Street, south of Route 140 and near the Forge Park industrial complex.Read the full article in the Boston Globe here
Anyone who would like more detail on the Maggiore Spring Street project, including the list of conditions and proposed mitigation, may read the Secretary of Energy & Environmental Affairs certificate on the Environmental Impact Report. This is available on line at:ReplyDelete
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