Showing posts with label treasurer. Show all posts
Showing posts with label treasurer. Show all posts

Saturday, August 21, 2021

Franklin Annual Report - 2020: Treasurer Collector

Fiscal Year 2020 brought a lot of challenges due to COVID-19. Many operational changes had to take place in order to comply with the “new normal”. Thank goodness for the drive-up window at the municipal building. The drive-up window was also utilized so that residents could return their ballots directly to an employee.

Standard and Poor’s Ratings Services, a municipal credit rating agency, affirmed the Town’s AA+ bond rating again this fiscal year.

Standard and Poor’s stated 
“Our opinion of Franklin’s strong and balanced finances, supported by a very strong, growing, and affluent property tax base, in addition to a strong management team that maintains a number of formalized financial policies and practices. In addition, due to conservative capital-project management through the annual budget process, the town has maintained a favorable debt profile, in our view, coupled with manageable costs.”

During FY 2020, $149,000.00 was collected in back property taxes, interest and fees. Five property owners paid off all outstanding taxes and redeemed their properties out of tax title. We continue to pursue delinquent taxes through the foreclosure process and there are currently 20 properties in Land Court.

There were 1,350 Municipal Lien Certificates issued by the Treasurer-Collector’s office generating revenue of $67,525.00. Also collected was $3,600.00 in fees for duplicate bills and files that we supplied to tax services and escrow agents. During FY20, the Treasurer- Collector’s office printed and mailed 11,818 Real Estate Tax bills, 694 Personal Property Tax bills, 30,653 Motor Vehicle Excise Tax bills, and 42,326 Utility bills. The following Demands were also printed and mailed, 590 Real Estate Tax, 124 Personal Property Tax, and 4,424 Motor Vehicle Excise Tax. There were 2,984 Motor Vehicle warrants issued in FY20. There were 5 Betterment releases (water, sewer and road) generating revenue of $7,587.81. We also collected $96,213.24 for backflow testing and $56,872.83 for Sprinkler/Hydrant charges.

The Treasurer also acts as the town’s parking clerk. Our deputy collector, Kelley & Ryan Associates of Hopedale, handles the billing and collection of parking tickets. During FY20 we collected $20,393.56 for parking violations.

I would like to thank all town departments for the timely and accurate turnover of fees to the Treasurer-Collector’s office. I also would like to acknowledge my team, you made me believe once again that hard work and coordination can accomplish anything. I am really proud to be part of this team. Finally, I like to thank the citizens of Franklin for their kindness and support.

Respectfully submitted,

Kerri A. Bertone 
Treasurer-Collector 

Visit the Treasurer Collector on the ToF page


Continue reading the Annual Report for 2020

Prior Annual Reports can be found online

Franklin Annual Report - 2020:  Treasurer Collector
Franklin Annual Report - 2020:  Treasurer Collector 

Wednesday, March 31, 2021

Fiscal Year 2021 4th Quarter Real Estate & Personal Property Tax Bills have been mailed

Fiscal Year 2021 4th Quarter Real Estate & Personal Property Tax Bills have been mailed

Treasurer Collector, Kerri A. Bertone has mailed the Fiscal Year 2021 4th Quarter Real Estate and Personal Property tax bills. 

The due date for these bills is May 3, 2021


Shared from: https://www.franklinma.gov/treasurer-collector/news/fiscal-year-2021-4th-quarter-real-estate-personal-property-tax-bills-have


Fiscal Year 2021 4th Quarter Real Estate & Personal Property Tax Bills have been mailed
Fiscal Year 2021 4th Quarter Real Estate & Personal Property Tax Bills have been mailed

Thursday, January 14, 2021

Friday, January 1, 2021

Franklin Tax Payers: A Notice from the Treasurer/Collector's Office

A Notice from the Treasurer/Collector's Office

Dear Taxpayer,

Recently you received a 3rd quarter actual real estate tax bill that incorrectly calculated one day of interest on the amount due. 

If you pay your taxes through your mortgage company you do not need to take any action.

If you have already paid your bill, that interest will be reflected as a credit on your 4th quarter actual real estate tax bill in May.

If you have not paid yet, please discard that bill. A corrected 3rd quarter tax bill is currently being mailed to and will arrive by next week.  

To accommodate for this inconvenience we have extended the due date to February 19, 2021 without any interest or penalties.

The online payment portal has the correct amount due.  All taxpayers and citizens can pay the correct amount online. 

We apologize for any inconvenience.

These bills can be paid in a variety of ways: 

Shared from the Town of Franklin page  https://www.franklinma.gov/home/news/notice-treasurercollectors-office-0

Franklin Tax Payers: A Notice from the Treasurer/Collector's Office
Franklin Tax Payers: A Notice from the Treasurer/Collector's Office


Wednesday, December 30, 2020

Fiscal Year 2021 3rd Quarter Real Estate & Personal Property Tax Bills have been mailed

Fiscal Year 2021 3rd Quarter Real Estate & 
Personal Property Tax Bills have been mailed

Treasurer Collector, Kerri A. Bertone has mailed the Fiscal Year 2021 3rd Quarter Real Estate and Personal Property tax bills. 

The due date for these bills is February 1, 2021


Fiscal Year 2021 3rd Quarter Real Estate & Personal Property Tax Bills have been mailed
Fiscal Year 2021 3rd Quarter Real Estate & Personal Property Tax Bills have been mailed



Friday, December 4, 2020

OCPF Reports: FAQ on campaign treasurer role (video)

via The Massachusetts Office of Campaign and Political Finance  https://www.ocpf.us/
 
"FAQ: I'm running for office. Can a family member be my campaign treasurer? #mapoli "

Shared fromTwitter:https://twitter.com/OCPFReports/status/1334455154310049794?s=03
 
Direct video link -> https://youtu.be/w0vkEUQgviQ


Thursday, December 3, 2020

Wednesday, June 24, 2020

Franklin Residents: a message from the Treasurer/Collector on bill pay options

The FY2021, 1st Quarter Real Estate, and Personal Property Tax Bills will be mailed out on July 1, 2020. The due date for these bills is August 3, 2020.

A few reminders for payment options:
  • You can pay online at https://www.franklinma.gov/files/
  • If you choose to mail your payment, please be sure to include the remittance copy with your check.
  • If you use your Online Banking to pay your bills, please remember to reference the bill number(s) you are paying.
  • The dropbox/drive up is available at the Municipal Building as well.

Thank you!

 
a message from the Treasurer/Collector on bill pay options
a message from the Treasurer/Collector on bill pay options

Saturday, May 9, 2020

Town of Franklin Department Re-entry Updates - May 8

Hello Franklin,

Our COVID-19 Information Portal is updated regularly with the latest information and resources. You can find it HERE.

Please find our Department Re-entry Updates attached below and visit our website and/or social media frequently for news and announcements.

Have a good weekend!

"Based on the escalating global COVID-19 pandemic and Governor Baker’s most recent Executive Orders, the Franklin Town and School Administration offices, as well as all Franklin public buildings will be closed to the public and most employees through May 18th, 2020. We are following the guidance coming from Governor Baker. We are working on a measured plan to initiate baby steps toward re-opening limited services that cannot be performed remotely, while keeping the safety of our employees and community at the forefront.

On May 11th, the following departments will be re-opening with limited staff and services as an initial phase in. Careful decision-making and return to work procedures will take place in the coming weeks, with safety as the top priority.

● The drive through window at the Municipal Building will be re-opening for service on May 11th for regular business hours. The window will serve as the point of contact for all municipal services for both the Town Clerk’s Office and the Treasurer/Collector. Cash will not be accepted at this time. The public will not be able to access the building in any way other than the drive through.
● The Library will be reopening with a skeleton crew for online orders and no contact pickup/dropoff of requested materials. Patrons can place material holds online or by phone. (limit of 5 items over the phone) Search our catalog at find.minlib.net , and limit the collection location to Franklin. Once you receive a text or email that your items are ready, visit the Library entrance at School Street. Hours will be Monday - Saturday 10am - 1pm. Please stay tuned to the Franklin Public Library websites for children's programming and other offerings that will be available to residents remotely.
● The DPW and Facilities Departments will begin with a soft opening on May 11th, with limited employees returning to work to assess and plan for the weeks ahead. Beginning May 18th, the DPW and custodial staff will be fully open, with work crews returning in one man vehicles where necessary. The DPW Administration Building will remain closed through May 18th.
● The Senior Center is aiming to develop a curbside lunch program for members to access Cafe prepared grab-and-go meals. The goal is to have this service available beginning June 1st, with the hope of adding the same service for breakfast in the future. More details will be released as they become available..
● On May 11th, we will begin a very limited phase in of staff at the Municipal Building. The building will not be open to the public.
● The Recycling Center is currently open regular business hours, with the addition of noon - 3pm on Thursday May 14th for yard waste only. Beginning May 18th, the Recycling Center will be open regular hours for full services. No cash or checks will be accepted. All residents who wish to use the recycling center for item drop off will need to go online prior to pay the required fee(s). A printed slip detailing the fees paid will be required to show proof of payment. The online payment portal for recycling fees is on our Viewpoint site.
● Curbside Clothing Recycling restarted the week of April 27th on your normal trash day. Please have bags out prior to 7am for pickup.
● All municipal parks and playgrounds will be closed to the public. Nature trails are OK to use.
● All public and private schools are closed through the end of the year. Childcare facilities (other than emergency centers for first responders) will be closed until June 29th.
● Trash and Recycling Pickup will continue to be picked up on their normal schedule.

While the Municipal Building and most other departments are closed for direct, in-person service, staff will be available for all regular business activities via phone, email and our online services center at www.franklinma.gov. For an emergency, please continue to dial 911."

Additional details on the Re-entry Updates: https://www.franklinma.gov/sites/franklinma/files/uploads/department_protocols_covid_19_8.pdf

Town of Franklin Department Re-entry Updates - May 8
Town of Franklin Department Re-entry Updates - May 8


Tuesday, May 5, 2020

FM #260 Talk Franklin with Jamie Hellen and Anne Marie Tracey 5/01/20 (audio)

FM #260= This is the Franklin Matters radio show, number 260 in the series.

This session of the radio show shares my "Talk Franklin" conversation with Town Administrator Jamie Hellen and Marketing and Communications Specialist Anne Marie Tracey. We had our conversation via conference bridge to adhere to the ‘social distancing’ requirements of this pandemic period.

We talked about the extension of the closure by the State until May 18 and the re-opening advisory work underway at the State level, as well as within the Town departments. The Board of Health had issued the facial covering order effective Apr 29. During our conversation, Jamie updated that Gov Baker had just issued one statewide effective May 6.

The combined Department Spotlight on the Finance and Treasurer/Collector operations. The move to virtual work including the internal processing of the online payments via UniPay.

Other topics covered include
  • Pink bag, clothing recycling returned
  • Budget subcommittee
  • School Committee approved their initial budget
  • Scavenger hunt – photo contest
  • Friday night lights to recognize the FHS graduates

The recording runs almost about 59 minutes, so let’s listen to my conversation with Jamie and Anne Marie

Audio file =
https://anchor.fm/letstalkfranklin/episodes/Talk-Franklin-Community-Update-edjibh





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The Town of Franklin COVID-19 Portal page
https://www.franklinma.gov/home/pages/coronavirus-information-portal

We are now producing this in collaboration with Franklin.TV and Franklin Public Radio (wfpr.fm).

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/
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"


FM #260 Talk Franklin with Jamie Hellen and Anne Marie Tracey 5/01/20 (audio)
FM #260 Talk Franklin with Jamie Hellen and Anne Marie Tracey 5/01/20 (audio)

Thursday, April 30, 2020

Department Spotlight: Finance Department and the Treasurer/Collector


A new Department Spotlight is available! Find it here and stay informed and connected with Town operations and services! #spotlight #finance #treasurercollector #learnmore

"This Town of Franklin spotlight will cover two departments that work together very closely, the Finance Department and the Treasurer/Collector. Department Heads Chris Sandini, Finance Director and Kerri Bertone, Treasurer/Collector, manage and oversee all of the financial aspects of doing business in our Town.
Chris has been Franklin's Finance Director since January 2018, having worked in the role for 23 years and as an auditor of municipalities for 10 years prior. The main functions of the Finance Department are to maintain the general ledger, manage payroll across the municipality payroll and handle all accounts payable.
Kerri Bertone has been the Treasurer/Collector since August of 2017. Prior to her employment in Franklin, Kerri worked in the private sector at Putnam Investments for 21 years as a senior operations manager. She joined Franklin's team in 2016 as an assistant.
Franklin is known for being pro-active with staff succession planning, and Kerri was completely prepared to assume the role after the legendary Town Treasurer/Collector, Jim Dacey, retired after nearly two decades in the position."

Department Spotlight: Finance Department and the Treasurer/Collector
Department Spotlight: Finance Department and the Treasurer/Collector

Find the full set of info on this Spotlight on the Town of Franklin page https://t.co/nhLAfsgdcW

This was shared from Twitter https://t.co/a4g2KXfBp1


Thursday, April 16, 2020

Attention Franklin Residents: Important Notice to Taxpayers

Important Notice to Taxpayers

Under “An Act to Address Challenges Faced by Municipalities and State Authorities Resulting From COVID-19,” Chapter 53 of the Acts of 2020, the Town Administrator has adopted two (2) local options to extend the due date for Real Estate and Personal Property (RE/PP) tax payments through June 1, 2020, as well as a waiver of interest on certain municipal tax and other bills (water, sewer, trash & excise), which are paid late, but on or before June 30, 2020.

1. Local Option #1: The due date for Real Estate and Personal Property tax bills has been extended to June 1, 2020. June 1, 2020 is the new due date even if the due date for payment on your enclosed or previously mailed tax bill is April 1, 2020 or May 1, 2020.

What does this Mean?

  • a. Every property owner in Franklin has one additional month to pay their RE/PP bill.
  • b. Beginning June 2, 2020, late fees and penalties will be assessed.


2. Local Option #2: The town has also optioned “to waive interest and other penalty for late payment of any excise, tax, betterment assessment or apportionment thereof, water rate or annual sewer use, or other charge, added to a tax for any payments with a due date on or after March 10, 2020 where payment is made late but before June 30, 2020.”

This waiver applies to late payments of bills that have a due date of March 10, 2020 or after when such bills are paid late, but paid on, or before, June 30. This waiver of late fees and penalty does not apply to bills with due dates before March 10, 2020 or if the bill is not paid by June 30

What does this mean?

  • a. The waiver of late fees and penalties applies to only water, sewer, trash & excise bills.
  • b. Late fees and penalties will be waived; provided payment is made on or before June 30, 2020.
  • c. Due dates for all water, sewer, trash and excise bills originally due after March 10 will be due on or before June 30 regardless of the bill due date.
  • d. On July 1, 2020, late fees and penalties will begin being assessed.


How Can I Pay My Bills?

● White dropbox - residents can drop off payments by check and money order only, census forms, etc. in the white dropbox (mailbox) located on the side of the Municipal Building at 355 East Central Street.

● Online Payment - Permitting and Online Payments (property and real estate, water/sewer/trash, excise taxes) can also be found online: Online payments at
www.franklinma.gov/files

Who Do I Contact With Questions?

If any citizen has a question, they should contact the Treasurer-Collector’s Office. The best method right now is to email Treasurer-Collector Kerri Bertone at kbertone@franklinma.gov

Citizens may also call the general office phone line, leave a voicemail and a member of the staff will return your phone call. The phone number is (508) 520-4950.


Please find the PDF of this on the Town of Franklin page:
https://www.franklinma.gov/sites/franklinma/files/uploads/2020-04-15_tax_delay_psa.pdf

Attention Franklin Residents: Important Notice to Taxpayers
Attention Franklin Residents: Important Notice to Taxpayers

Thursday, January 30, 2020

Monday, January 20, 2020

"When they receive paperwork at the hospital, they really look at it"

From the Milford Daily News, articles of interest for Franklin:
"Four years after the pilot program launched in the city, state Treasurer Deborah Goldberg visited Worcester earlier this month to promote the rollout of the now-statewide BabySteps college savings program.

The new initiative, which began on Jan. 1, provides a $50 contribution to a college savings plan for every new child born or adopted in the state. Parents just have to check a box on a form provided shortly after the baby’s birth or adoption.

The thinking behind the program is that starting out with a funded account will motivate families to keep putting in their own money as their child grows.

“The world is so complicated,” Goldberg said, while touring the maternity ward at UMass Memorial Medical Center on Belmont Street. There are plenty of financial pressures on parents today, she added, but “you don’t have to save that much for them to not go into debt” funding their child’s college education."
Continue reading the article online (subscription may be required)
https://www.milforddailynews.com/news/20200118/after-starting-in-worcester-babysteps-college-savings-program-launches-statewide

From the BabySteps Savings Plan page
"The BabySteps Savings Plan is the first universal educational savings program of its kind in Massachusetts. Launched in January of 2020, any child born or adopted in Massachusetts will be eligible for a free $50 deposit to their college savings account. Children will be able to receive their deposit until their first birthday, or one year from a child’s adoption. Any parent or guardian may begin this process as soon as a child is born.

The Office of the State Treasurer and Receiver General believes that common access to post-high school education and training is vital to economic mobility and stability in Massachusetts. Research shows that children with college savings accounts are three times more likely to attain higher education. With the 2020 expansion, BabySteps can reach every family in Massachusetts and encourage forward-thinking investments and savings."
Find out more about the Program  https://www.mass.gov/babysteps-savings-plan

BabySteps brochure  https://www.mass.gov/doc/babysteps-brochure/download

BabySteps Info Booklet  https://www.mass.gov/doc/babysteps-information-booklet/download


BabySteps Savings Plan is the first universal educational savings program of its kind in MA
BabySteps Savings Plan is the first universal educational savings program of its kind in MA

Saturday, December 21, 2019

Representative Roy works with Treasurer Goldberg to connect residents with unclaimed property

Almost two and a half million dollars owed to constituents in Franklin and Medway

Representative Roy joined State Treasurer Deborah Goldberg today (Friday, Dec 20, 2019) to notify his constituents that they may have property in the Massachusetts Unclaimed Property Division. There are almost two and half million dollars owed to residents in Franklin and Medway.

“We currently hold over $3.4 billion in unclaimed property at the Treasury and it could be yours,” said State Treasurer Deborah Goldberg, “I would like to thank Representative Roy for helping the Treasury in our mission to reconnect individuals with their property in Franklin and Medway.”

“I enjoyed working with Treasurer Goldberg to reunite my constituents with their unclaimed property. Since you may be one these individuals with property held by the Treasurer’s Unclaimed Property Division, this is your opportunity to get it back,” said State Rep. Jeffrey Roy (D-Franklin). “The faster you file a claim, the sooner you will be reconnected with your money, so please respond right away.”

Each year, the state receives large amounts of unclaimed property, including forgotten savings and checking accounts, un-cashed checks, insurance policy proceeds, stocks, dividends, and the contents of unattended safe deposit boxes. Most accounts are considered abandoned and are turned over to the state after three years of inactivity.

please visit www.findmassmoney.com
please visit www.findmassmoney.com

This past year, the Division was able to reunite over $125 million with over 115,000 residents, businesses and charities in the Commonwealth.

The Division has a website, findmassmoney.com, where you can search for property and make claims. This coming year, the Treasury is hoping to return even more money to more citizens.

To file a claim, please visit www.findmassmoney.com or call 1-888-344-MASS (6277).

Tuesday, July 2, 2019

Town of Franklin: Fiscal 2020 first quarter Real Estate and Personal Property

Fiscal 2020 first quarter Real Estate and Personal Property

Treasurer Collector Kerri A. Bertone has mailed the Fiscal 2020 first quarter Real Estate and Personal Property tax bills. Payment is due by 8-1-19. Payments received after that date will be charged 14% interest.

Town of Franklin: Fiscal 2020 first quarter Real Estate and Personal Property
Town of Franklin: Fiscal 2020 first quarter Real Estate and Personal Property

Tuesday, March 5, 2019

Franklin Annual Report - 2018: Treasurer-Collector

Fiscal 2018 has been another very busy year in the Treasurer-Collector’s office. Jim Dacey retired after 18 years on the job and Kerri Bertone was appointed Treasurer-Collector in November 2017.

The fiscal year ended with higher investment interest rates (MMDT –1.75%). On the borrowing side, low rates had a positive effect. In April of 2018 we issued a 1 year Bond Anticipation Note (BAN) for $10,300,000 for Library planning and design. J.P. Morgan Securities LLC was the winning bidder on the BAN with a weighted average interest cost of .9852%. At the same time, we issued a General Obligation Municipal Purpose Loan of 2018 Bonds (the “Bonds”) for $6,985,000 million for FHS construction and water infrastructure improvements. J.P. Morgan and Century Bank were the winning bidder with a weighted average interest cost of 1.8997%.

Prior to the sale, Standard and Poor’s Ratings Services, a municipal credit rating agency, affirmed the Town’s AA+ bond rating. They also assigned its 'SP-1+' short-term rating to Franklin’s series 2018 A and B general obligation (GO) bond anticipation notes (BANs), payable on May 17, 2019.

Standard and Poor’s stated “The stable outlook reflects what we view as the town's very strong liquidity position and strong budgetary flexibility. In addition, we believe Franklin's very strong economy and access to the Boston MSA lends stability to the town's tax base. Strong management, with “good” financial policies and practices under our Financial Management Assessment (FMA) mythology.

During FY 2018, $133,000.00 was collected in back property taxes, interest and fees. Ten property owners paid off all outstanding taxes and redeemed their properties out of tax title. We continue to pursue delinquent taxes through the foreclosure process and there are currently 17 properties in Land Court. Since 2001 we have foreclosed on 70 properties. Some properties will eventually be auctioned off and the rest will remain as town property.

There were 877 Municipal Lien Certificates issued by the Treasurer-Collector’s office generating revenue of $43,850.00. Also collected was $4,421.51 in fees for duplicate bills and files that we supplied to tax services and escrow agents. During FY18, the Treasurer-Collector’s office printed and mailed 40,947 Real Estate Tax bills, 2,094 Personal Property Tax bills, 33,535 Motor Vehicle Excise Tax bills, and 41,441 Utility bills. 

The following Demands were also printed and mailed, 483 Real Estate Tax, 95 Personal Property Tax, and 4,103 Motor Vehicle Excise Tax. There were 2,480 Motor Vehicle warrants issued in FY18. There were 4 Betterment releases (water, sewer and road) generating revenue of $120. We also collected $104,500 for backflow testing and $65,700 for Sprinkler/Hydrant charges. The Treasurer also acts as the town’s parking clerk. Our deputy collector, Kelley & Ryan Associates of Hopedale, handles the billing and collection of parking tickets. During FY18 we collected $33,928 for parking violations.

I would like to thank all town departments for the timely and accurate turnover of fees to the Treasurer-Collector’s office. I also would like to acknowledge my team, I appreciate the efforts of each one of you in the past year. I am grateful for all of you. I would like to congratulate Jim Dacey on his richly deserved retirement. Thank you Jim, for your many years of great leadership. Everyone agrees, that you possess a rare combination of vision, fairness and understanding, crucial qualities for an effective Treasurer-Collector. Your career will be a model to follow. 

Finally, I like to thank the citizens of Franklin for their continued support.

Respectfully submitted,

Kerri A. Bertone
Treasurer-Collector


You can read the full Annual Report for 2018 online
https://www.franklinma.gov/sites/franklinma/files/uploads/franklin_2018_town_report.pdf

The archive of prior year annual reports
https://www.franklinma.gov/town-clerk/pages/annual-reports

Franklin Annual Report - 2018: Treasurer-Collector
Franklin Annual Report - 2018: Treasurer-Collector

Thursday, December 27, 2018

Fiscal Year 2019 Third Quarter Real Estate and Personal Property Tax Bills

Fiscal Year 2019 Third Quarter Real Estate and Personal Property Tax Bills are due February 1, 2019

You can pay online at http://www.franklinma.gov/home/pages/online-payments

Reminders:

  • Payments received after the due date are charged 14% interest.
  • If you are mailing in your payment, please be sure to include the remittance copy with your check.
  • If you choose to use your Online Banking to pay your bills, please remember to reference the bill number(s) you are paying.


Shared from
https://www.franklinma.gov/treasurer-collector/news/fiscal-year-2019%C2%A0third-quarter-real-estate-and-personal-property-tax-bills


Fiscal Year 2019 Third Quarter Real Estate and Personal Property Tax Bills
Fiscal Year 2019 Third Quarter Real Estate and Personal Property Tax Bills

Saturday, September 29, 2018

FY19 Second Quarter Real Estate and Personal Property Tax Bills have been mailed.

Treasurer Collector Kerri Bertone has mailed the Fiscal 2019 second quarter real estate and personal property tax bills.  

Payment is due by 11-1-18.  

Payments received after the due date are charged 14% interest.

FY19 Second Quarter Real Estate and Personal Property Tax Bills
FY19 Second Quarter Real Estate and Personal Property Tax Bills

Wednesday, August 15, 2018

Job Opportunities with Town of Franklin

Job Opportunities

http://www.franklinma.gov/sites/franklinma/files/uploads/assistant.treasurer.collector-jobposting-aug142018.pdf
http://www.franklinma.gov/sites/franklinma/files/uploads/hmeo-jobposting-may82018.pdf
  • Firefighter/Paramedics - The Town of Franklin's Fire Department is in the Massachusetts Civil Service system. 
    • If you are currently a Firefighter/Paramedic in a Civil Service community and are interested in working for Franklin, send a resume and cover letter to apply@franklinma.gov
    • Please note: new hires must have and maintain a paramedic certification and complete an Associate's Degree within 5 years of the date they are hired.   
To apply for a vacant position, please submit a resume and cover letter to apply@franklinma.gov.  Please put the job title in the subject line of your email.  
If you do not have a resume, you may send a completed Application for Employment instead.
To receive notifications of all job opportunities in the Town of Franklin, subscribe here 
http://www.franklinma.gov/subscribe

Job Opportunities with Town of Franklin
Job Opportunities with Town of Franklin