After making the wage and health care concessions, Franklin's public employees are still on edge, some waiting for the dreaded pink slip.
Hearing Town Administrator Jeffrey D. Nutting's projection of another major deficit next year - up to $6 million - rekindled fear among police, said Police union Vice President Robert Burchill.
Morale at the station is "OK at the moment," he said, but officers are concerned about what's going to happen next year.
"Next year's budget is way out of whack again. We already made concessions for the town to save jobs, figuring that was the end-all, figuring things can't get worse. I guess they can get worse," Burchill said.
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