|We have been affected by the snow View on the web|
Due to the winter storm curbside trash and recycling will be delayed one day this week.
Service will start on Tuesday at 7 AM and end on Saturday this week only.
Please make sure your carts do not interfere with snowplowing operations.
pick ups scheduled for Monday would be picked up on Tuesday
Tuesday, on Wednesday
Thursday, on Friday
and Friday on Saturday
|screen grab of Franklin DPW webpage|
|another sample sidewalk photo, this from early Sunday morning Feb 8th|
Each quarter the United Regional Young Professionals Organization (YPO) selects a deserving local charity to support. Half of monthly event admission fees, on-site donations, and other contributions are collected and given back to the community charities that need them most.
The Children's Advocacy Center of Bristol County (CAC) was selected as the local charity to be supported by the YPO’s quarterly fundraising efforts to end 2014. The Children's Advocacy Center of Bristol County is a child centered facility to assist child victims of abuse and their families. Their team of professionals come together to investigate allegations of abuse and assist families in the healing process. From forensic interviews and health services to community resources and general advocacy, the CAC assists families in their time of need.
The CAC’s Executive Director, Michelle Loranger expressed her appreciation to the YPO by saying, “We are grateful for the partnership and support of United Regional YPO for supporting our mission of helping abused children who need their voice and advocacy.”
United Regional Young Professionals Organization (YPO)
The United Regional Young Professionals Organization (YPO) is a community of diverse individuals who share a common interest in professional relationship building, career development, social engagement and civic leadership.
To learn more about the YPO or to register for an upcoming event, visit the YPO’s website at unitedregionalypo.org or by contact 508-488-YPO1 (9761).
|Parmenter Elementary School, in the snow Sunday morning, Feb 8th|
|fire hydrant in front of Parmenter School|
|Franklin Public Schools: 'the key to learning'|
o GCBA – Professional Staff Salary SchedulePolicy – First Readings
o KCDA – Memorial Commemorations
o KCD-E1 – Non-Budgeted Funds Donation Form
o KCD-E2 – Guidelines for Donations of Gifts/Memorials Non-Budgeted Funds to the Franklin Public SchoolsThe policy documents can be found here
1. KCDA – Memorial Commemorations2. KCD-E1 – Non-Budgeted Funds Donation Form3. KCD-E2 – Guidelines for Donations of Gifts/Memorials Non-Budgeted Funds to the Franklin Public Schoolse. I recommend approval of the request of Anthony Joseph to take Keller 5th graders to Roger Williams Zoo in Providence, RI on May 1, 2015 as detailed.
|community entrance to FHS|
|Davis Thayer Elementary School in the snow|
|the proposed Kristin Graci Class of 2007 Memorial|
|Main St in front of the Depot Building|
|Dean St on the side of Dean Bank|
|Main St in front of Dean College|
|Along the side of St Mary's on Daniel McCahill Way (leading to Oak St)|
|Oak St, along the side of the parking lot for the Oak St/Horace Mann school complex|
|Oak St, parking lot entrance to Oak St/Horace Mann and Franklin High School|
|RT 140 in front of Akin Bak|