Sunday, May 24, 2009

FM #39-9 Gov Patrick Town Hall - Part 9

This recording for Franklin Matters is the ninth of a special series to replay the discussion at the Franklin Senior Center on May 17 when Governor Deval Patrick conducted his Town Hall Forum.

Time: 13 minutes, 49 seconds

MP3 File

FM #39-8 Gov Patrick Town Hall - Part 8

FM #39-7 Gov Patrick Town Hall - Part 7

FM #39-6 Gov Patrick Town Hall - Part 6

FM #39-5 Gov Patrick Town Hall - Part 5

FM #39-4 Gov Patrick Town Hall - Part 4

FM #39-3 Gov Patrick Town Hall - Part 3

FM #39-2 Gov Patrick Town Hall - Part 2

FM #39-1 Gov Patrick Town Hall - Part 1

Session Notes:

Music intro
My intro
FM #39-9

This internet radio show or podcast for Franklin Matters is number 39-9 in the series.

This segment of the Town Hall Forum conducted by Governor Deval Patrick at the Franklin Senior center on Sunday May 17th starts a second round of Q&A by picking 5 people. The discussion continues with

Mary Anne – talking about “community first” vs “kids first”, involve the employee unions in looking at the reforms

Marian – DCR parks can charge more

Gov Patrick talks about the value choice we have made

Chris – talks about Federal money for Rails to Trails

Rep Vallee – jumps in has reached out to Gov Patrick about this

Gov Patrick says “here locally there is some good news coming”

Manasa – beyond taxing, what else can you ask of me, this is a game changer, what can we do to help?

Gov Patrick – I can't thank you enough for asking this question. Suggests cleaning up the parks regularly.

Great sound bite from this section, already shared as a “found sherku”
We better start behaving
Like we are members
Of the same community

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The musical intro and closing is from the Podsafe Music Network
Jon Schmidt - Powerful Exhilarating Piano Music

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