Wednesday, October 14, 2015

In the News: Sen Ross office hour, fire investigation continues, Dellorco for Council, Medway power plant meeting

State Sen. Richard Ross will hold a morning meeting hour in Franklin on Tuesday, Oct. 20 at the Franklin Council on Aging, 10 Daniel McCahill St., from 10-11 a.m. 
Morning meetings provide constituents with an opportunity to meet with Ross or a member of staff and discuss any matters of importance to them. To register for a meeting, call the office of Sen. Ross at 617-722-1555 with a preferred time and a brief description of the topics you would like to discuss. 
Call the office or email with any questions.

Nothing suspicious was found during the autopsies of two Franklin residents who died in a Saturday explosion, and State Fire Marshal Stephen D. Coan and Franklin Fire Chief Gary B. McCarraher said that the investigation is focused on a possible propane gas explosion. 
Norfolk County District Attorney spokesman David Traub said the state medical examiner's office had conducted the autopsies of Nancy and Richard Brown, both 66, who perished in an explosion and fire at their 58 Tuscany Drive condominium, and found no cause for suspicion as to the cause of death.

Town Council member Robert Dellorco said he would emphasize combating the opioid abuse epidemic, ensuring controlled growth and encouraging community involvement if re-elected in November. 
He is one of 14 candidates seeking a total of nine seats on the council. He is pursuing his third term in office.

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With a little over a week until a public forum on the proposed Exelon expansion, many residents came with more questions and concerns to Tuesday’s Board of Selectmen meeting that featured - at times - raised voices and spirited opposition. 
Brian Adams, the first resident to bring questions to the board and who has been actively involved in opposing the plant, asked how the Oct. 21 forum at the middle school will be formatted.
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