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Monday, February 20, 2017

Franklin Town Board of Aldermen Hold Retreat

Franklin Town Board 
2017 Retreat Title Card


The Franklin Town Board of Aldermen met Monday, February 20, 2017 for their annual retreat to discuss topics and items board members wanted to focus on in the coming year. A video of the meeting, minus the first 30 seconds or so, and supporting documents are posted below. A couple of maps and a document need to be digitized and will be added in the next couple of days.



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No elected officials other than board members were present



Town of Franklin Board of Aldermen

Retreat Discussion
February 20, 2017
5:00 pm

1. Call to Order- Mayor Bob Scott
2. Adoption of the February 20, 20! 7 Retreat Agenda
3. Discussion on Downtown Streetscape Proposals
4. Comprehensive Improvements Plan for Town Sidewalks
5. Whitmire Property
6. ABC Store
7. Room Occupancy Tax
8. Other Considerations/Discussions
9. Adjourn


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Published at 9:57 pm on Feb 20, 2017




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