Showing posts with label interview. Show all posts
Showing posts with label interview. Show all posts

Sunday, October 24, 2021

Franklin TV - candidate interviews and Candidate Night broadcast schedule - week beginning Oct 24, 2021

There’s a large field of hopefuls this year.  Meet them all.
by Pete Fasciano, Executive Director, Franklin●TV & wfpr●fm 10/24/2021

Who is running for which office? Here’s a link:
 
From this week’s All-Access channel schedule, here’s when you can see
the candidates on Comcast 8 or Verizon 26.

 
Sunday
12:30 pm Candidates Night 10-14-21
9:00 pm Town Candidates Forum 10-21-21

Monday
9:00 am Candidates Night 10-14-21 
5:00 pm Frank Presents: Beth Wierling 
5:30 pm Frank Presents: Dashe Videira 
6:00 pm Frank Presents: Mark Bisson 
6:30 pm Frank Presents: David Callaghan 
7:00 pm Frank Presents: Tom Mercer 
7:30 pm Frank Presents: Cobi Frongillo 
8:00 pm Frank Presents: Jennifer Williams

Tuesday
10:00 am  Frank Presents: Beth Wierling 
10:30 am  Frank Presents: Dashe Videira 
11:00 am  Frank Presents: Mark Bisson 
11:30 am  Frank Presents: David Callaghan 
12:00 pm  Frank Presents: Tom Mercer 
12:30 pm  Frank  Presents: Cobi Frongillo 
1:00 pm    Frank Presents: Jennifer Williams
 
Wednesday
6:30 pm Candidates Night 10-14-21

Thursday
5:30 pm Frank Presents: Beth Wierling 
6:00 pm Frank Presents: Dashe Videira 
6:30 pm Frank Presents: Mark Bisson 
7:00 pm Frank Presents: David Callaghan 
7:30 pm Frank Presents: Tom Mercer 
8:00 pm Frank Presents: Cobi Frongillo 
8:30 pm Frank Presents: Jennifer Williams 
9:30 pm Town Candidates Forum 10-21-21

Friday
8:30 am Frank Presents: Beth Wierling 
9:00 am Frank Presents: Dashe Videira 
9:30 am Frank Presents: Mark Bisson 
10:00 am  Frank Presents: David Callaghan 
10:30 am  Frank Presents: Tom Mercer 
11:00 am  Frank Presents: Cobi Frongillo 
11:30 am  Frank Presents: Jennifer Williams

Saturday
5:30 pm Candidates Night 10-14-21

This is the last full week before the big Franklin Vote on Nov. 2nd. It’s a big field of hopefuls. Tune in to their comments on Franklin●TV & 102.9 wfpr●fm. Also visit FranklinMatters.org any time for all the latest. Then cast your vote on November 2nd.

Want to know who most folks are considering? Click on ‘Past Shows’ on
our Home Page. Look at the number of views for each candidate.

And –  as always –
Thank you for listening to wfpr●fm. 
And, thank you for watching.


For the full TV and radio schedule -> http://franklin.tv/programguide.pdf
Or go to http://franklin.tv/, Select "Past Shows" and then "Live", then "Play" and you'll view what is on the cable channel at that time.

Franklin TV:  view "Frank Presents" candidate interviews
Franklin TV:  view "Frank Presents" candidate interviews

Friday, October 22, 2021

019 - Frank Presents - Dashe Videira (audio)

"In this episode, Frank Falvey sits down with Dashe Videira, candidate for Franklin School Committee, to discuss her background, the current state of the Franklin public schools, and the changes she'd like to bring as part of the School Committee."

Audio file -> https://player.captivate.fm/episode/0a4f76ea-a324-41cd-affd-cf33482d155f 


019 - Frank Presents - Dashe Videira (audio)
019 - Frank Presents - Dashe Videira (audio)

Tuesday, October 19, 2021

The wfpr.fm Franklin Matters Radio show schedule for Oct 20 and Oct 23, 2021

The wfpr.fm Franklin Matters Radio schedule for this week: Wednesday, Oct 20 and Saturday, Oct 23, 2021:

  • Two candidate interviews are combined for airplay on Wednesday at 9:00 AM, 1:00 PM and 6:00 PM => School Committee candidate - Al Charles and Town Council candidate Patrick Sheridan
  • The recent "Talk Franklin" episode is combined with Town Council candidate Melanie Hamblen for airplay on Wednesday at 11:00 AM, 2:00 PM and 8:00 PM 

On Saturday both shows replay

  • 9:00 AM => School Committee candidate - Al Charles and Town Council candidate Patrick Sheridan
  • 3:00 PM => "Talk Franklin" episode is combined with Town Council candidate Melanie Hamblen

Where can I listen to wfpr.fm?
  • wfpr.fm is available anywhere in your internet browser at wfpr.fm and in the local Franklin, MA radio dial on the FM band at 102.9.

And if you can't listen to the radio schedule, the podcast (or on-demand) version is available. Individual audio files:

You can also find all episodes at https://www.franklinmatters.org/p/fm-podcasts.html  or within your favorite podcast player

The wfpr.fm Franklin Matters Radio show schedule for Oct 20 and Oct 23, 2021
The wfpr.fm Franklin Matters Radio show schedule for Oct 20 and Oct 23, 2021

 

Monday, October 18, 2021

Franklin TV: Candidates Night 2 - 10/21/21

There’s a large field of hopefuls this year.  Meet them all.
by Pete Fasciano, Executive Director, Franklin●TV & wfpr●fm 10/17/2021

Candidates for local office are out and about, meeting with citizens and discussing the issues. Our own Steve Sherlock and Frank Falvey have met with many of them along the way. Tune in to their comments on Franklin●TV & 102.9 wfpr●fm. Also visit FranklinMatters.org any time for all the latest. Then cast your vote on November 2nd.

Currently, there are 12 candidates for the 9 Council seats. There are also 12 candidates for School Committee. Notably, three seasoned and dedicated committee members have opted to retire their positions: Committee Chair Dr. Anne Bergen, Judy Pfeffer and Tim Keenan. As dedicated volunteers, they provided their able oversight during the difficult pandemic period. Our thanks and best wishes to them.

There is a Candidates’ Night planned – live from the Senior Center. Candidates present their credentials, goals for Franklin’s future. Watch our All-Access Channel, Comcast 8 or Verizon 26 on Thursday evening at 6:30 PM. The Conservation Commission’s meeting will be on the Town Hall channel, Comcast 11 or Verizon 29 at 7 PM as usual.

We will also be rebroadcasting these events on All-Access TV and
Town Hall TV until the election. Check next week’s guide for details.

And –  as always –
Thank you for listening to wfpr●fm. 
And, thank you for watching.


For the full TV and radio schedule -> http://franklin.tv/programguide.pdf

Or go to http://franklin.tv/, Select "Past Shows" and then "Live", then "Play" and you'll view what is on the cable channel at that time.

Franklin TV:  view "Frank Presents" candidate interviews
Franklin TV:  view "Frank Presents" candidate interviews

 

Franklin TV schedule for "Frank Presents" and "Candidates Night 10/14/21" replay

Franklin TV will be broadcasting Frank Presents, the candidate interviews conducted by Frank Falvey on the All Access Channel. 

 

Monday
5:00 pm Frank Presents: Nancy Danello 
5:30 pm Frank Presents: Mel Hamblen 
6:00 pm Frank Presents: Ted Cormier-Leger
6:30 pm Frank Presents: Meghan Whitmore 
7:00 pm Frank Presents: Camille Bernstein 
7:30 pm Frank Presents: Beth Wierling 
Tuesday
10:00 am Frank Presents: Dashe Videira 
10:30 am Frank Presents: Nancy Danello 
11:00 am Frank Presents: Mel Hamblen 
11:30 am Frank Presents: Ted Cormier-Leger 
12:00 pm Frank Presents: Meghan Whitmore 
12:30 pm Frank Presents: Camille Bernstein 
Wednesday
3:30 pm Frank Presents: Beth Wierling
4:00 pm Frank Presents: Dashe Videira 
4:30 pm Frank Presents: Meghan Whitmore 
5:00 pm Frank Presents: Camille Bernstein 
5:30 pm Frank Presents: Nancy Danello 
6:00 pm Frank Presents: Mel Hamblen
6:30 pm Candidates Night 10-14-21 
Friday
9:00 am Frank Presents: Ted Cormier-Leger
9:30 am Frank Presents: Meghan Whitmore 
10:00 am Frank Presents: Camille Bernstein 
10:30 am Frank Presents: Beth Wierling 
11:00 am Frank Presents: Dashe Videira 
11:30 am Frank Presents: Nancy Danello 


On the Town Government Channel
 
MONDAY
11:00 am   Candidates Night 10-14-21
WEDNESDAY
11:00 am   Candidates Night 10-14-21
FRIDAY
6:00 pm Candidates Night 10-14-21

Franklin TV schedule for "Frank Presents" and "Candidates Night 10/14/21" replay
Franklin TV schedule for "Frank Presents" and "Candidates Night 10/14/21" replay


Tuesday, October 12, 2021

Franklin Matters Radio show schedule for Oct 13 and Oct 16, 2021

The wfpr.fm Franklin Matters Radio schedule for this week Oct 13 and Oct 16, 2021:

  • Two candidate interviews combined for airplay on Wednesday at 9:00 AM, 1:00 PM and 6:00 PM => School Committee candidate - Dave McNeill and Town Clerk candidate Nancy Danello
  • Two candidate interviews combined for airplay on Wednesday at 11:00 AM, 2:00 PM and 8:00 PM => Town Council candidate Ted Cormier-Ledger and School Committee candidate Camille Bernstein

 

On Saturday both shows replay

  • 9:00 AM => School Committee candidate - Dave McNeill and Town Clerk candidate Nancy Danello
  • 3:00 PM => Town Council candidate Ted Cormier-Ledger and School Committee candidate Camille Bernstein

And if you can't listen to the radio schedule, the podcast (on-demand) version is available. Individual candidate audio files:

You can also find all episodes at https://www.franklinmatters.org/p/fm-podcasts.html  or within your favorite podcast player

Franklin Matters Radio show schedule for Oct 13 and Oct 16, 2021
Franklin Matters Radio show schedule for Oct 13 and Oct 16, 2021

Monday, October 11, 2021

Franklin TV: Are You a Candidate? There’s a large field of hopefuls this year

by Pete Fasciano, Executive Director, Franklin●TV & wfpr●fm 10/10/2021

Candidates for local office are out and about, meeting with citizens and discussing the issues. Our own Steve Sherlock and Frank Falvey have met with many of them along the way. Tune in to their comments on Franklin●TV & 102.9 wfpr●fm. Also visit FranklinMatters.org any time for all the latest. Then cast your vote on November 2nd.
Currently, there are 12 candidates for the 9 Council seats. There are also 12 candidates for School Committee. Notably, three committee members have opted not to return.

As in years past, there is a Candidates’ Night planned – live from Town Chambers. Candidates present their credentials, goals for Franklin’s future. There will also be a candidates’ event at the Senior Center. More details on these events to come.

We will also be rebroadcasting these events on All-Access TV and
Town Hall TV until the election. Check next week’s guide for details.

And –  as always –
Thank you for listening to wfpr●fm. 
And, thank you for watching.

 

For the full TV and radio schedule -> http://franklin.tv/programguide.pdf

Or go to http://franklin.tv/, Select "Past Shows" and then "Live", then "Play" and you'll view what is on the cable channel at that time.

Franklin TV:  view "Frank Presents" candidate interviews
Franklin TV:  view "Frank Presents" candidate interviews

Monday, October 4, 2021

School Committee Candidate: Meghan Whitmore - 09/28/21 (audio)

FM #619 = This is the Franklin Matters radio show, number 619 in the series. 


This shares my conversation with candidate for School Committee Meghan Whitmore 


This is one of a series of conversations with candidates for the Franklin Election on Nov 2, 2021. I do this to provide Franklin, MA voters with accurate and timely information that they can use to cast an informed vote.  Publication of the answers or interview responses does not constitute an endorsement of this or any candidate.


We cover the candidate questions as previously developed in conjunction with the community and shared with the candidates in advance. Five of the questions are ‘general’ in nature, the sixth is specific to the role of the candidate. In this case, for the School Committee.


Our conversation runs about 11 minutes, so let’s listen to my interview with Meghan Whitmore.  ** Audio file -> https://player.captivate.fm/episode/82dd1ec2-2b4a-4e41-b6bb-8ee48051c801



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Candidate questions -> https://www.franklinmatters.org/2021/09/election-2021-candidate-interview.html 


Facebook page -> https://www.facebook.com/Meghan-Whitmore-for-Franklin-School-Committee-106021458463361   


Election Collection 2021 ->  https://www.franklinmatters.org/2021/07/franklin-election-collection-2021.html 



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We are now producing this in collaboration with Franklin.TV and Franklin Public Radio (wfpr.fm) or 102.9 on the Franklin area radio dial. 


This podcast is my public service effort for Franklin but we can't do it alone. We can always use your help.

 

How can you help?

  • If you can use the information that you find here, please tell your friends and neighbors

  • If you don't like something here, please let me know


Through this feedback loop we can continue to make improvements. I thank you for listening.

 

For additional information, please visit Franklinmatters.org/  or www.franklin.news 


If you have questions or comments you can reach me directly at shersteve @ gmail dot com


The music for the intro and exit was provided by Michael Clark and the group "East of Shirley". The piece is titled "Ernesto, manana"  c. Michael Clark & Tintype Tunes, 2008 and used with their permission.


I hope you enjoy!

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You can also subscribe and listen to Franklin Matters audio on iTunes or your favorite podcast app; search in "podcasts" for "Franklin Matters"

 

School Committee Candidate: Meghan Whitmore
School Committee Candidate: Meghan Whitmore

Saturday, October 2, 2021

010 - Frank Presents - Jane Callaway-Tripp (audio)

"In this episode, Frank Falvey sits down with Jane Callaway-Tripp, a candidate for the Town Council in the town of Franklin, to discuss her campaign, her beliefs and the changes she'd like to bring to town."

Audio link -> https://player.captivate.fm/episode/04ff89ff-2571-4553-b80a-41e943715b4a

 

010 - Frank Presents - Jane Callaway-Tripp (audio)
010 - Frank Presents - Jane Callaway-Tripp (audio)


Thursday, September 30, 2021

FM #616 - Town Council Candidate Alan Earls - 09/27/21 (audio)

FM #616 = This is the Franklin Matters radio show, number 616 in the series. 


This shares my conversation with candidate for Town Council Alan Earls. 


This is one of a series of conversations with candidates for the Franklin Election on Nov 2, 2021. I do this to provide Franklin, MA voters with accurate and timely information that they can use to cast an informed vote.  Publication of the answers or interview responses does not constitute an endorsement of this or any candidate.


We cover the candidate questions as previously developed with the community and shared with the candidates. Five of the questions are ‘general’ in nature, the sixth is specific to the role of the candidate. In this case, for the Town Council.


Our conversation runs about 20 minutes, so let’s listen to my interview with Alan Earls. Audio file -> https://player.captivate.fm/episode/3bdebcf9-0368-41ad-921b-76fd4332108e


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Candidate questions -> https://www.franklinmatters.org/2021/09/election-2021-candidate-interview.html 


Facebook page ->  https://www.facebook.com/Alan-Earls-for-Town-Council-100156761900851 


Web page -> https://www.alanearls.com/


Franklin Observer -> https://franklinobserver.town.news/ 


Election Collection 2021 ->  https://www.franklinmatters.org/2021/07/franklin-election-collection-2021.html 



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We are now producing this in collaboration with Franklin.TV and Franklin Public Radio (wfpr.fm) or 102.9 on the Franklin area radio dial. 


This podcast is my public service effort for Franklin but we can't do it alone. We can always use your help.

 

How can you help?

  • If you can use the information that you find here, please tell your friends and neighbors

  • If you don't like something here, please let me know


Through this feedback loop we can continue to make improvements. I thank you for listening.

 

For additional information, please visit Franklinmatters.org/  or www.franklin.news 


If you have questions or comments you can reach me directly at shersteve @ gmail dot com


The music for the intro and exit was provided by Michael Clark and the group "East of Shirley". The piece is titled "Ernesto, manana"  c. Michael Clark & Tintype Tunes, 2008 and used with their permission.


I hope you enjoy!

------------------


You can also subscribe and listen to Franklin Matters audio on iTunes or your favorite podcast app; search in "podcasts" for "Franklin Matters"

 

Town Council Candidate Alan Earls
Town Council Candidate Alan Earls 

Wednesday, September 29, 2021

FM #614 - Planning Board Candidate Jennifer Williams - 09/22/21 (audio)

FM #614 = This is the Franklin Matters radio show, number 614 in the series. 


This shares my conversation with candidate for Planning Board Jennifer Williams.  


This is one of a series of conversations with candidates for the Franklin Election on Nov 2, 2021. I do this to provide Franklin, MA voters with accurate and timely information that they can use to cast an informed vote.  Publication of the answers or interview responses does not constitute an endorsement of this or any candidate.


We cover the candidate questions as previously developed with the community and shared with the candidates. Five of the questions are ‘general’ in nature, the sixth is specific to the role of the candidate. In this case, for the Planning Board.


Our conversation runs about 20 minutes, so let’s listen to my interview with Jennifer Williams. Audio file -> https://player.captivate.fm/episode/c7452164-ff42-4192-908c-bd6ad1fd2b44



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Candidate questions -> https://www.franklinmatters.org/2021/09/election-2021-candidate-interview.html 


Candidate page ->  https://sites.google.com/view/jenniferwilliamsforfranklin

Facebook page -> https://www.facebook.com/JenniferWilliamsforFranklin 


Election Collection 2021 ->  https://www.franklinmatters.org/2021/07/franklin-election-collection-2021.html 



-------------

We are now producing this in collaboration with Franklin.TV and Franklin Public Radio (wfpr.fm) or 102.9 on the Franklin area radio dial. 


This podcast is my public service effort for Franklin but we can't do it alone. We can always use your help.

 

How can you help?

  • If you can use the information that you find here, please tell your friends and neighbors

  • If you don't like something here, please let me know


Through this feedback loop we can continue to make improvements. I thank you for listening.

 

For additional information, please visit Franklinmatters.org/  or www.franklin.news 


If you have questions or comments you can reach me directly at shersteve @ gmail dot com


The music for the intro and exit was provided by Michael Clark and the group "East of Shirley". The piece is titled "Ernesto, manana"  c. Michael Clark & Tintype Tunes, 2008 and used with their permission.


I hope you enjoy!

------------------


You can also subscribe and listen to Franklin Matters audio on iTunes or your favorite podcast app; search in "podcasts" for "Franklin Matters"

 

Planning Board Candidate Jennifer Williams
Planning Board Candidate Jennifer Williams

Franklin Matters Radio show schedule for Sep 29 & Oct 2, 2021

The wfpr.fm Franklin Matters Radio schedule for this week Sep 29 and Oct 2, 2021:

  • Two Town Council candidate interviews combined for airplay on Wednesday at 9:00 AM, 1:00 PM and 6:00 PM. Tom Mercer and Cobi Frongillo
  • The most recent “Talk Franklin” is combined with Planning Board candidate Jennifer Williams for airplay on Wednesday at 11:00 AM, 2:00 PM and 8:00 PM 

 

On Saturday both shows replay

  • Town Council candidates - Tom Mercer and Cobi Frongillo at 9:00 AM
  • “Talk Franklin” & Planning Board candidate Jennifer Williams at 3:00 PM

And if you can't listen to the radio schedule, the podcast (on-demand) version is available.

Individual candidate audio files

"Talk Franklin" = https://www.franklinmatters.org/2021/09/town-administrator-jamie-hellen-with.html

You can also find all episodes at https://www.franklinmatters.org/p/fm-podcasts.html  or within your favorite podcast player

Franklin Matters Radio show schedule for Sep 29 & Oct 2, 2021
Franklin Matters Radio show schedule for Sep 29 & Oct 2, 2021


Thursday, September 23, 2021

Town Council Candidate Jane Callaway-Tripp responds to questions

For the following you can read FM = Steve Sherlock and J C-T as Jane Callaway-Tripp, candidate for Town Council. The answers were provided by Jane via email in response to the offer made to all the candidates for the Franklin Election Nov 2, 2021. 

Publication of the answers or interview responses does not constitute an endorsement of the candidate nor an attestation that the statements are true. This is my public service effort to enable informed voters for the election Nov 2, 2021.

FM - Briefly, what is your “Franklin Story” tell us Briefly about your life here.

J  C-T -  Hello. I was born and raised in Franklin. I graduated from Tri- County High school. Growing up here in Franklin was a great experience and gave me the sense of home. I saw my parents involved in the elks and the Franklin soccer program. My mother was on the Street Lighting Committee and then she sat on Town Council.  These experiences and watching the care my parents had for the town and the residents showed me that community is very important. This is why I am now running for Council. It is time for me to be able to give back to the community, the town, and ALL the residents.

FM - Participating in elections is one of the key Freedoms of American life and voting is one of the primary responsibilities of citizens. While the law does not require citizens to vote, voting is a very important part of any democracy. What can you tell us about your own voting record? And if you have been not been an active voter, please tell us why? And how important is it that we elect people who are active participants in the election process?

J  C-T -  I have been voting since I was 18. Although I have not always been able to vote at every local election due to personal reasons, I do vote every 4 years. I believe that voting is important. It is a way to make sure our voices are heard. Though being an active voter is not a requirement to run for town boards/ committees or council, I do believe that you should be an active voter if and when you are representing the people in the town. It is hard to convince people to get out and vote when the people running are not following the same advice. Though there is no wrong time to become an active voter. 

FM - Have you been Vaccinated for Covid-19? DO you think there should be a mask mandate in Franklin? Finally, what measures should the government take to protect the public from the virus, and how should these efforts be delineated between the Local, State, and Federal governments?

J  C-T -  My vaccination status as everyone else is our personal and private information. It is a violation of our constitutional rights to ask and require an answer.  Our vaccination status has no bearing on how I will or any candidate will effectively work on council. This is a town election. How I feel our government should or should not handle Covid-19 also has no bearing on the town election or how I would perform as a council person.  If at the State and Federal level they choose to mandate or not to mandate, as a council person I would have to follow the protocols put in place. We at the local level do not create laws or mandates; therefore, this question is not a valid question to determine how one would be effective in the seat they are running to obtain.

FM - What are the 3 most important actions you believe are needed to move Franklin Forward?

J  C-T -  First and foremost, as a Council we need to get all residents more involved in what’s going on. We need to encourage them to speak out and we need to listen to them, their concerns, their opinions and their ideas. Anything we do in this town effects the residents. They fund this town and they alone are the ones that will make this town successful. All residents need to know that they matter.

Second, we need to find a way to bring current residents downtown. We need to find a way to give them shops they want to shop at on a regular basis while keeping our town like the home town that drew people here or kept them here in the first place. We have done a few different studies over the years and some were not even followed after the fact. Nothing has been done that has brought success and I feel that is because the council has been more concerned about getting more people into the town then focusing on the 30+ thousand who already call Franklin home. 

Finally, supporting our first responders is also key. With the growing population and the geographical layout of the town, it is important to make sure they have what they need.  We are a safe town and for that I am grateful; however, crime can and will grow if our police officers are stretched too thin. We have had several fires lately and our fire department, EMTs are working wonderfully in responding. If they do not have what they need; however, lives will be lost. 

FM - What experience or background will help you serve in this role? Or what do you bring to the table that helps to set you apart from the others?

J  C-T -  What I bring to the table is that I listen, I hear what people are saying, and I will stand up for what is right no matter what. It is great to be friends as a council, but when you walk through the doors of the council chambers friendship is not what counts. As sworn council members, we will be sworn to do a job and that is the only thing that counts. I believe every resident of this town matter and deserves to be represented. I will bring back accountability. I will bring back the residents’ voice. I will uphold exactly what I would be sworn to do. I love this town and I care about every person in this town.

FM - The Town Council approves the Annual budget which sets the priorities for how Franklin operates. How do you see the financial priorities we should address? How do you explain to the voters and residents why you would vote that way?

J  C-T -  I would have to look at the proposed budget that was put in front of me. Then I would look and see where the needless spending is being done. I feel that we have a lot of things that need to be taken care of that have not been for some time. The town continues to raise taxes and fees yet things are still not getting done. There are roads that need sidewalks, there are areas that need stop lights or stop signs, roads that need repair and we have a school system that needs to be funded. There is no one answer here. 

As for how to explain to the voters and residents, well my hope is that they will be involved and share what they feel and think needs to be done. I understand that sometimes decisions are made and not all residents will be happy with it; however, if as a council we actually take into consideration the residents and how we spend their tax dollars, it can go a long way. Not every resident will be happy 100% of the time, but right now I feel the majority of the residents are unhappy 100% of the time. Let’s not forget it is the residents who fund the town of Franklin, and yes as a town we do get some grants, but grants are federal/state TAX dollars so as taxpayers it is all our money being spent.

 

Candidate Jane Callaway-Tripp responds to questions
Candidate Jane Callaway-Tripp responds to questions