Tuesday, February 12, 2019

FM #159 - DPW Water Works (audio)

FM #159

This internet radio show or podcast is number 159 in the series for Franklin Matters.

This recording shares the DPW Water Works presentation and discussion section of the Town Council meeting held on Wednesday, January 30, 2019.

DPW Director Robert (Brutus) Cantoreggi and Water Superintendent Laurie Ruszala join in the presentation and Q&A.

My notes from the session can be found here

One key question was asked by Councilor Deborah Pellegri about water supply capacity and new growth. The question begins at about 24 minutes.

The total meeting recording runs just about 47 minutes. Without further ado, here is the audio recording.

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