Thursday, May 10, 2012

“What is Franklin?"

The last master plan was drafted in 1997, and is the document Franklin officials refer to now when making any developmental changes to town, but even that draft was never fully adopted, officials said last night. 
“We need your input,” Town Councilor and Master Plan Committee Chairman Jeffrey Roy told residents, and a local cable TV camera.
“We can’t do this alone. We can’t make this work unless you participate.” 
The master plan has seven sections, explained town Planning Department Director Bryan Taberner: economic development; land use; community service and facilities; housing; natural, cultural, and historic resources; circulation; and open space and recreation. Public opinion is sought when making any changes.

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Related posts on the Master Plan
From Dec 2011

The recent announcement of these public hearings (next one Sat May 19th 10:00 AM at the library)

The Committee has a website on the Franklin Town page at  

It also has a presence on Facebook at  

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