"After using about $1.5 million to balance the 2019 budget, town officials hopes to re-stabilize funds for the new budget cycle in fiscal 2020.
Franklin’s Joint Budget Subcommittee meets at 5:30 p.m. on Wednesday in the Municipal Building to reveal and discuss their budget plan.
The last budget revealed a deficit of almost $1.5 million. The crisis was averted by using an emergency fund, but town officials hope to rebuild those dollars and stop using that account. The FY 2019 budget for the town sits at about $124,223,367.
“We’re trying to look at if we can take less of those funds,” said Town Administrator Jeff Nutting. “There won’t be any decision on that now, but that’s what we’re looking at.”
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