FM #358 = This is the Franklin Matters radio show, number 358 in the series.
This shares the Franklin, MA Economic Development SubCommittee "Listening session" that was held on Wednesday, September 30, 2020. The session was conducted via conference bridge to adhere to the ‘social distancing’ requirements of this pandemic period.
A quick recap:
- The first of several “listening sessions” was held on Weds, Sep 30.
- While the meeting was delayed in opening officially, there was a healthy interactive discussion among the non-Council Chamber folks while waiting. The conversation unfortunately did not continue when the meeting opened.
- It is a known problem with “listening sessions” where those doing the listening tend to respond to ideas rather than absorbing and asking no more than clarification questions like: please elaborate, what could work, what could be done… and that happened here too.
The meeting runs just about 88 minutes, so let’s listen to the EDC ‘listening session’ of Sep 30, 2020. Audio file = https://www.hipcast.com/podcast/HDx4fRhK
The agenda doc, including connection info
Listening Session schedule
My notes taken via Twitter during the meeting are summarized here
Photos used in the Twitter thread can be found in the Google photo album
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