A Franklin speed hump that has been the source of multiple complaints is coming down although not going away.
On Monday, the city plans to start tearing out and rebuilding the speed hump on East King Street at the Historic Greenway Trail.
The plan is to extend the hump but make it lower, with the goal of allowing cars and trucks to go a little faster without damaging the vehicles.
King Street will be closed beginning at 6 a.m. between Hurricane and Edward streets, street commissioner Ron Collins said.
That section of road will remain closed for at least two days but could last longer depending on how long work takes, he said.