This internet radio show or podcast is number 190 in the series for Franklin Matters.
This recording shares Economic Development SubCommittee meeting held on Wednesday, January 8, 2020 in the 3rd Floor Training Room at the Municipal Building at 5:45 PM. (It was listed to start at 5:30 and I covered the Board of Health meeting which finished at 5:40 so I expected to get to this one late. However, I was able to get there just for the start.)
1. Zoning Amendment proposal:
a. Ground Mounted Solar Bylaw Amendments in residential Zoning Districts;
b. A house cleaning items in Mixed Business Innovation (MBI) district; and .
c. A housecleaning item in Accessory uses for Agricultural with Poultry to comply with zoning setbacks.
2. Lot line Clean up #1: Areas near Highland, Maple and Lincoln Streets.
3. Lot Line Clean up #2: Areas near Oak Street and Daily Drive.
The full agenda and documents released for this meeting can be found on the Town of Franklin page
Good insights on the solar farm business as background for the 1a agenda item
The meeting runs about 45 minutes, so without further ado here is the Economic Development SubCommittee of Jan 8, 2020.
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The music for the intro and exit was provided by Michael Clark and the group "East of Shirley". The piece is titled "Ernesto, manana" c. Michael Clark & Tintype Tunes, 2008 and used with their permission.
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|The solar farm being installed at Mount Saint Mary's in 2013|