Saturday, August 10, 2013

"this is going to be a living document"

The public hearing on the Master Plan will be held today at 10:00 AM in the meeting room at the Franklin Public Library.
"It’s the most important part of the process," state Rep. Jeffrey Roy, committee chairman, said Friday. "We’ve gotten public input along the way in bits and pieces … but I don’t think anyone has seen the project we’ve put together in one document. People may look at some of the ideas a little differently in the context of the bigger picture." 
The 172-page master plan includes overarching goals, which are presented with specific actions for how to achieve them. 
Roy said he has already fielded calls about certain sections of the document. 
"The initial reactions I’ve seen are on the housing component," he said. "Folks think there is too much emphasis and focus on workforce housing. I’m getting the sense that people think we have enough of that inventory in Franklin."

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Related posts on the 2013 Master Pin include links to the full plan document

Reporting from the initial presentation to the Town Council

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