Monday, April 27, 2009

"overrides are going to become part of Franklin's future"

Milford Daily News
Posted Apr 26, 2009 @ 10:00 PM


Town councilors say they're not surprised at Town Administrator Jeffrey D. Nutting's recent projection of a $5 to $6 million deficit in 2011, but for the most part, are too focused on getting through this budget cycle to start strategizing.

"It's so far off at this point. In my opinion, it shouldn't even be a topic of conversation. We need to get through this budget and see where we are," said Town Council Chairman Christopher Feeley.

There are many variables - like the possibility of getting revenue from utility pole taxes and local hotels and meals taxes - that could dramatically change Nutting's projection between now and next budget season, Feeley said.

"We need to be concerned about it, but too many things could change," he said.

Councilors Stephen Whalen and Scott Mason both said Nutting's projections are always "extremely accurate."

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