Monday, January 10, 2022

Economic Development Subcommittee "Plus" Mtg - 01/05/22 (audio)

FM #692 = This is the Franklin Matters radio show, number 692 in the series. 

This shares the Economic Development Subcommittee meeting that was held on Wednesday, January 5, 2022.

The meeting was started in a hybrid mode; all four committee members were participating with the MAPC representatives participating via the Zoom connection. Some public participants and the Town Administration staff were in person. Other public participants were able to via the Zoom conference bridge. 

Links to the meeting agenda and my notes are in the show notes.  This recording misses approx. the first 15 minutes and runs about 47 minutes. 

Let’s listen to the Economic Development Subcommittee meeting for Jan 5, 2022.

Audio file ->


Meeting agenda


Presentation document shared during the meeting

(not yet available)

My notes captured via Twitter and shared here in summary form 


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Emma Battalgia, Senior Housing and Land Use Planner from MAPC
Emma Battalgia, Senior Housing and Land Use Planner from MAPC

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