This is the Franklin Matters radio show, number 213 in the series. We are now producing this in collaboration with Franklin.TV and Franklin Public Radio (wfpr.fm).
Town Administrator Jamie Hellen visited the Senior Center to provide an outlook on Franklin and answer questions for the audience of about 25 folks.
Director Karen Alves introduced Jamie. Jamie put aside his notes as he felt it would be good to go ‘off the cuff’ with his remarks and then take questions.
The talk goes about an hour and forty minutes including the question and answer period. You’ll hear some banging during the recording, Jamie addresses it during his remarks. As it was a good weather day when this was held, it also was a good time for some roof repairs to be made before the rains came.
Without further ado, let’s listen to Town Administrator Jamie Hellen at the Senior Center. Audio file https://www.hipcast.com/podcast/HNlMs2bX
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|Director Karen Alves introduced Jamie Hellen at the Senior Center, Feb 25, 2020|