Wednesday, May 22, 2019

Live Reporting: Legislation for Action to Closing

Resolution 19-34: Expenditure Limits for FY 2020 on Departmental Revolving Funds Established by Franklin Town Code Chapter 73, as provided in G.L. Chapter 44 Section 53E1/2, as Amended (Motion to Move Resolution 19-34 Majority Vote (5))

motion to waive reading, seconded, passed 9-0

requirement to authorize yearly

motion to approve, seconded, passed 9-0

Resolution 19-35: Compensation Plan, FY 2020 (Motion to Move Resolution 19-35- Majority Vote (5))

annual rate plan, 1.5% adjustment for use in hiring process

motion to approve, seconded, passed 9-0

5. TOWN ADMINISTRATOR'S REPORTthanks to the Garden Club and Downtown for the beautification

respond to the folks for their sidewalks and streets
as you have heard from Brutus, we have done this for many year
no knowledge of issues in those areas where we have changed; if we stop and change the plan, we lose
we are adding a sidewalk on Lincoln St which wasn't there
what we are doing is not out of reason

if we turn back, then how could we legal mechanism to do so; as well as huge financial issues, it is great plan
we are taking the Town of Franklin's street and doing what we need to do
6. FUTURE AGENDA ITEMSwould like to add to agenda CPA to discuss

7. COUNCIL COMMENTSthanks for the volunteers for beautifing Franklin
thanks for the budget work it was painful

thanks for the work, these are tough times

condolences on the passing of JR (Johnny) Padula

reiterate to join us for the veterans breakfast and Memorial Day and 75th anniversary on June 6

more than half of K students didn't know the street they lived on

Thanks for all the efforts in bringing the budget in

Condolences to the Padula family; he started the pasta dinner and the next one is coming up; thanks for the budget, it was a daunting task with the budgets cuts to be made

Condolences to Padula family, so many great stories

motion to adjourn, seconded, passed 9-0

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