Thursday, November 19, 2009

In the News - bylaw, aid cuts

Director Bryan Taberner and Assistant Town Planner Nick Alfieri told council the proposed amendment is meant to define and clarify acceptable home occupations.
"We haven't totally changed this, we basically changed the format and some of the words so it's more enforceable," Alfieri said.
The amendment defines a home occupation as a "home-based (business) owned and operated by a full-time resident of a single- or two-family house which can be conducted without the need for a commercial space."

Franklin officials pose home business revision

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Milford superintendent Robert Tremblay and Franklin superintendent Maureen Sabolinski both said they make "conservative" estimates in their budgets for reimbursements. Neither district was significantly affected by the circuit breaker cuts.

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