Why? The system is so successful, we are reducing the trash collected and increasing the recycling. This is good news. The rate reduction will save some money as it drops from $220 to 204.
The big event this week is set for Thursday. Tours of the high school start at 6:00 PM. A presentation including Q&A with the architect starts at 7:00 PM.
You think that renovation is a better option? Why pay a dollar for something when you can get something even better that will only cost 47 cents? Your choice. Get some information and make your decision before getting to the ballot box on March 27th.
- Franklin, MA: Town Council - Agenda - March 7, 2012
- Great News on Solid Waste Fees
- "residents traditionally support debt exclusions for schools"
- A New FHS is the Best Choice
- Franklin High School Tours and Info Session Set for March 8
- In the News: unclaimed property, trivia bee
- In the News - rollover, "Boys Next Door", Art Assoc
- Chamber Names ATHENA Recipient: Paula Rooney
- Retirement party for Franklin police chief
- Of interest to folks considering solar or wind systems
- Marr: Franklin needs a new high school
- Franklin Schools: 1 hour delay
- Franklin students win mock trial competition against Milford
- Downtown Partnership: Meeting Cancelled
- New K-3 class at Franklin Art Center starts Saturday
- Parking Ban Activated
- New Franklin High School: Educational Design Features
- "a great opportunity for the students"
- Attention: Franklin Investment-type Property Owners
- The Governor's Budget and Health Care in Massachusetts
- Meeting to talk about the future of Franklin
All-State Track: 600 - K Knous