Tuesday, January 17, 2017

FM #124 - Residential VII - Town Council Meeting audio - 2013

This internet radio show or podcast is number 124 in the series for Franklin Matters. This captured the audio recordings of several Town Council meetings held during 2013.  

Yes, that is correct 2013. We are going back into the archive to bring these out with the help of Franklin TV. The video on demand archive on the official Town of Franklin webpage only goes back to 2014. So we are going back to

  • June 19, 2013 = the first meeting that the Town Council heard about the proposal for Cook’s Farm and of the need for the Residential VII zoning change.
  • Sep 11, 2013 -= Residential VII zoning bylaw proposal referred to the Planning Board
  • Sep 25, 2013 = Residential VII zoning comes back to the Council for the first reading and barely makes it to the 2nd reading by a 5-2 vote (2 recuse)
  • Oct 16, 2013 = Residential VII comes up for the 2nd reading and passes by a 6-1 vote (one of the prior ‘no’ votes changed)

My notes from the meetings have been posted to the Franklin Matters webpage.

I’ll indicate between sections of the meetings which one you’ll be listening to. This should help to set the context for the overall discussion and decision to create and pass the Residential VII zoning bylaw.

Without further ado, here are the combined recordings of the meetings


This brings the recording of several Town Council meetings from 2013 to a close.

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