Friday, November 4, 2022

Community Relations Subcommittee starts planning for Legislative Forum & discusses other communication efforts (audio)

FM #871 = This is the Franklin Matters radio show, number 871 in the series. 

This session shares the Franklin, MA School Committee Community Relations Subcommittee meeting held on Tuesday, Nov 1, 2022. The meeting was conducted in the 3rd floor training room. No remote participation was enabled for this session per their agenda.

Chair Denise Spencer opened the meeting. School Committee members Al Charles and Camile Bernstein, Superintendent Lucas Giguere, and Marketing Communications Specialist Lily Rivera were also present with me recording the session.

The show notes contain a link to the agenda and to my notes.

The recording runs about 63 minutes, so let’s listen to the Community Relations Subcommittee meeting of Nov 1, 2022.

Audio file ->


Subcommittee agenda 

My notes in this ThreadReader PDF -> 


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Community Relations Subcommittee starts planning for Legislative Forum
Community Relations Subcommittee starts planning for Legislative Forum

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