Now that their mission seems nearly complete, members of the long-range financial planning committee last night said they want to "keep the momentum going" regarding public interest in town finances.
"People are ripe right now, people are starting to listen," said School Committee member Roberta Trahan, a member of the committee.
The feedback is mostly positive, said Town Administrator Jeffrey D. Nutting, reading bits of residents' e-mails.
Doug Hardesty, the group's vice chairman and one of two citizens-at-large on the board, said, "Everywhere I go, people are talking about it."
The group spent the last year meeting, researching and compiling a report on the town's finances and fiscal outlook, which culminated in a public presentation on April 27.
Read the full article in the Milford Daily News here
Read the live reporting from this meeting here