Tuesday, May 1, 2018

“We control the money that’s spent at that plant”

From the Milford Daily News, articles of interest for Franklin:

"The Charles River Pollution Control Board is seeking Franklin volunteers to take the place of long-time member Eugene Guidi, who is taking his leave after 19 years. 
“We need members there,” he said. “It’s hard to get people to join.” 
The Charles River Pollution Control District includes a regional wastewater treatment plant located in Medway that treats up to 5.7 million gallons a day.
The board is designed to have three Franklin members, but hasn’t had a third member for quite some time, Guidi said. With him and his nearly two-decades experience also on the way out, the town is seeking interested volunteers in a multitude of relatable fields.
“People on the board have been finance people, insurance people, construction people, engineering people,” he said. “We’re really overseeing and auditing the operation of a business.”

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Posted earlier on Franklin Matters:

VACANCY- Charles River Pollution Control District 
The Town of Franklin encourages residents who are interested in volunteering to apply now. If you have been curious or interested in giving your time, expertise or perspective on behalf of your community, now is an excellent time to get involved. 
For more information on the Charles River Pollution Control District please visit the Boards page here:  http://www.franklinma.gov/charles-river-pollution-control 
To apply please visit the Town's website and fill out the online volunteer form at: http://franklinmaboards.vt-s.net/newcaf.php

Franklin Residents: Charles River Pollution Control District - Volunteer Opportunity
Franklin Residents: Charles River Pollution Control District - Volunteer Opportunity

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