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Job Opportunity – Request for Proposals
Part-Time Water System Operation Services
Town of Franklin
is in need
of part-time Operator services for the Town’s Public Drinking Water System. This notice serves as a
request for applications and proposals from individuals and service firms to provide
the services on an annual basis. The system is currently a Class 2 system. Pending upgrades will
require a certified Class 3 Operator. There are approximately 100 connections. Services will include collection
of samples, reporting, routine operation and maintenance of the water system,
hydrant flushing, coordination with Town and State officials, and other related activities. Operators must reside in Franklin
or a nearby municipality.
A detailed job description and request for proposals
along with drawings of the system may be obtained by contacting the Town Office at 5167 Main Street,
802-285-2101 or email@example.com .
include the words “Water Operation Services” on submitted
applications/proposals. The deadline for
receipt of applications/proposals is July 6, 2018 before 4:00 p.m.
Town of Franklin
P.O. Box 82
The listers lodged
the abstract grand list for tax year 2018 on June 4, 2018.
The listers will
meet at the Town Clerk’s Office to hear appeals of taxpayers on June 21, 2018,
8:30 a.m.-5:50 p.m.
802-285-2101 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
with questions or to schedule an appointment.
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
June 26, 2018
142 Homestead Drive
Franklin, VT 05457
Notice is hereby given to the residents of the municipality of Franklin,
Vermont that the Franklin Planning Commission will hold a hearing on June 26,
2018 at 7:30 PM at Franklin Homestead to consider adoption of the Town of
Franklin Municipal Plan pursuant to Chapter 117 of Title 24, §4387 and §4384
Vermont Statutes Annotated.
This Plan amendment takes into consideration the following changes to the
Town Plan: incorporation of an enhanced energy plan in conformance with the
requirements of 24 V.S.A. §4352. The purpose of the hearing is to receive
public comments on the adoption of the updated plan and to discuss any comments
provided by the public.
The Town of Franklin Municipal Plan includes 14 chapters:
Chapter 1. Introduction, Chapter 2. Plan Goals, Policies, and Objectives,
Chapter 3. Community Profile, Chapter 4. Scenic, Historic, and Archaeological
Resources, Chapter 5. Economy, Chapter 6. Community Facilities Chapter 7.
Community Services, Chapter 8. Community Utilities, Chapter 9. Energy, Chapter
10. Transportation, Chapter 11. Education, Chapter 12. Natural Conditions and
Features, Chapter 13. Land Use, Chapter 14. Compatibility with Surrounding
Towns, Chapter 15. Implementing the Plan, and Appendix A. Structures on the
State Historic Register. Full text of the plan is on file in the Franklin Town
Clerk’s Office. This plan is intended to be consistent with the goals
established in Title 24, §4302 and §4382.
TOWN OF FRANKLIN
Town of Franklin
has the authority granted in 24, V.S.A. §
1971 and 2291 (1)(4) and (5), the powers to adopt, amend, repeal, and enforce
ordinances to regulate traffic and devices.
On May 16, 2018 the Franklin Selectboard approved the
amendments to the stop sign and other traffic control devices ordinance for the
Town of Franklin. The full text is available for review at the
Town Clerk’s office, 5167 Main St,
as required by V.S.A., Title 24, Section 1972 a concise summary of the
ordinance is being published herewith:
purpose of this ordinance is to regulate traffic in order to protect the public
health, safety and welfare.
PARK AND RIDE FACILITY
The public Park and Ride
facility located at the end of Homestead
Drive shall be for daily commuter parking
only. This ordinance shall prohibit
overnight parking, abandoned vehicles and any vehicles located on the Park and
Ride lot being used as residences (camping) by any person. There shall be no loitering by any group of
people in the Park and Ride lot.
This ordinance shall take effect 60 days (July 16, 2018) following
adoption by the selectboard, unless five percent of the voters petition the
legislative body of the clerk of the municipality within 45 days of May 16,
2018 for a vote on the question of disapproving the ordinance. You may call Lisa Larivee, Town Clerk at
285-2101 with any questions concerning the above ordinance.
Franklin Town Clerk
Monday & Tuesday: 8:00 a.m. – 4:00
Wednesday: - CLOSED
Thursday: 8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Friday: 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Town Clerk & Treasurer
PO Box 82, Franklin, VT 05457
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This site was last updated on June 18, 2018.