Editorial: Development board to chart new course




Members of the Franklin Development Corp. board have decided to take a break and spend the next three months laying out goals for the coming year.

But during that time, the board also will need to ask for more tax dollars to pay for operating expenses, including legal and accounting fees, in 2014. And they will find out what the community thinks is most needed in Franklin before asking for more tax dollars to fund future projects.

These actions — especially setting goals and seeking public input — are important for the long-term success of the agency and for the city of Franklin.

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