This is the Franklin Matters radio show, number 209 in the series. We are now producing this in collaboration with Franklin.TV and Franklin Public Radio (wfpr.fm).
At the Franklin (MA) Town Council meeting held on Feb 12, 2020, there was an extended discussion on housing and social services related to it.
8. PRESENTATIONS/DISCUSSIONSSeveral others stepped up to comment during the course of the two presentations. They introduced themselves as they began talking (per Town Council public meeting protocol)
a. Housing Authority - Lisa Audette, Executive Director, Franklin Housing Authority
b. Transitional Assistance Discussion - Franklin Senior Center
Karen Alves, Senior Center Director
Erin Rogers, Social Services Coordinator
The show notes include the link to the Senior Center document so you can follow along. The Housing Authority portion did not include a public document.
Social service presentation
My Live Reporting notes
The recording runs about an hour and 20 minutes. So without further ado, here is the recording of the discussion on housing and social services from the Town Council meeting of Feb 12
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