A Franklin woman was sentenced in Milford District Court Thursday to five years probation for her role in a fatal crash in Mendon in 2013.
Sarah Chandler, 19, admitted to sufficient facts for a guilty finding on a charge of operating a motor vehicle negligently. A motor vehicle homicide charge was dismissed as a result of the plea.
Judge Robert Calagione continued the case without a finding for five years, during which Chandler would serve her probation sentence. Calagione also ordered that Chandler obtain a bachelor's degree in that time and complete two traffic-safety programs.You can continue to read the article online here
The Town Council’s Economic Development Committee has asked planning officials to draft a request for proposals (RFP) to develop the town-owned property on the corner of Emmons Street, specifying that a section of the parcel be reserved for green space.
The committee met Wednesday to review responses to the request for expressions of interest that the town put out in April.
The Franklin Department of Planning and Community Development received three letters of interest: from Dean College, a citizens group called the Gateway Committee and local developer Roger Calarese.
The next step is to use the responses to shape the RFP, which the Economic Development Committee plans to present to the council next month.You can continue to read the article online here
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