Saturday, June 13, 2015

“Whatever needs a vet has, they come to me, and I’ll help them out.”

The Norfolk County Board of Commissioners has entered into an agreement with the town to provide veterans services. 
The agreement, signed by the Town Council Wednesday, gives the town a full-time veterans services officer at a reduced cost. 
Rather than cover the salary and benefits of new veterans advocate Dale Kurtz, the town will pay the county monthly payments of $3,150. Over the life of the agreement – effective from July 1 through June 30, 2016 – the cost of the service amounts to $37,800. 
“The savings to the town just for the wages will be approximately $6,000 without loss of the current service level,” said Town Administrator Jeffrey Nutting. “If for any reason this does not work out, we are free to terminate the service.”
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Franklin Senior Center
Franklin Senior Center

For all the Franklin Matters notes from the Town Council meeting on Wednesday:

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