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COVID-19 RESEARCH/NOTARY PROTOCOL
Updated May 11, 2020
September 1, 2020
Dear Franklin Voter,
For the November 3, 2020
Presidential Election, every registered voter will be receiving an absentee
ballot directly from the State of VT
Election Division. This ballot will also contain on
the reverse the local Justice
of the Peace ballot. I strongly
urge you to review the ballot, make your choices and return it to the Clerk’s
Office as soon as possible. The postage
to return will be prepaid by the VT elections division. The ballot may be returned in person, by mail
or by having a friend or family member return it. It may also be dropped in the secure Library
book drop at any time before November 3. It is imperative that it be received
by 7 PM on November 3, 2020 for your vote to count and can be delivered to the
If you have any
questions or concerns with your absentee ballot; please reach out to the
clerk’s office for assistance. We are
looking forward to a smooth and successful 2020 Election and with your help
this can be achieved.
Lisa A Larivee
FOR PROPOSAL FOR ENGINEERING SERVICES
VT RTE 236 CULVERT
Posted August 27, 2020
Updated September 22, 2020
reservoir has partially recovered, the spring flow is dangerously low and the
tank level is again dropping daily. Please continue to conserve water.
CRITICAL CONSERVE WATER NOTICE**
VILLAGE WATER SYSTEM USERS
rain in the early part of August did benefit our reservoir level slightly it
has continued to drop. We have 12 days of water left in the reservoir at the
current rate of drop. If we have to buy water and have it hauled in it
will be costly. It is anticipated that hauling will result in a rate
increase costing each user at least $20/week and a boil water notice will need
to be instituted.
need your help! Here is what you can do:
- Please conserve as much as possible.
- Outdoor uses are prohibited. (No watering,
washing vehicles, playing in water, etc.)
- Check basements for leaks and report them as soon
as possible. Even small leaks such as drips add up.
- Look for water seeping into basement through the
wall in the area of you water line and report.
- Fix dripping faucets. ( These can add up to 20
gallons per day)
- Check for toilets that keep running.
- Don’t let water run while brushing your teeth.
- While soaping in the shower shut off the water
many of these seem insignificant, it all adds up and actually does make a big
are exploring the possibility of drilling a well to be used as an alternate
source however this will take 1-2 years to develop due to regulatory
contact Water Operator, Jeremy Barnum at 324-2580 with questions or concerns.
Franklin Town Clerk &
Effective September 14, 2020
Tuesday & Wednesday: 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Thursday: 8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Friday: 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Town Clerk & Treasurer
Assistant Town Clerk & Treasurer
PO Box 82, Franklin, VT 05457
5167 Main Street
Town Clerk’s Office will
be closed the following days:
November 3, 2020
November 26-27, 2020
December 26, 2020
January 1, 2021
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