Friday, November 6, 2015

In the News: safe community, tax financing deal, Pro wrestling

Town administrator Jeffrey Nutting, police chief Stephan Semerjian, and the Franklin Town Council announced Franklin is ranked as the ninth safest community in the state according to the 2015 Safest Cities in Massachusetts report. 
“We are so pleased to have been ranked so high on the list of safest towns again,” said Nutting. “The dedication and hard work of our police department, fire department, town officials and everyone else who makes up this community are what makes this possible.”

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The town is in the midst of negotiating a tax deal with an area manufacturer to move to the Franklin Industrial Park. 
The Town Council, in its Oct. 21 meeting, agreed to let negotiations move forward on a tax increment financing (TIF) agreement with Holliston business Cold Chain Technologies. The business makes equipment to ensure temperature-sensitive materials are shipped properly.

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The Franklin Elks Lodge BPOE 2136 and Veterans for Oil will host Showcase Pro Wrestling beginning at 7:45 p.m. Nov. 13 at the Elks Hall, 1077 Pond St. 
Six bouts will be scheduled as part of the Autumn Annihilation Tour and the first match begins at 7:45 p.m.
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