Mayor concerned with city boards’, school district’s relationship




Franklin’s mayor asked for a time-out as two city boards couldn’t agree on whether to spend tax dollars on a school projects.

He wanted the elected city council and the appointed members of the redevelopment commission, to reach a consensus on whether $500,000 should be given to Franklin schools.

School officials had been given an invitation to propose other projects they needed help with and thought a program to give laptops to every student would better prepare students to work at local businesses or for college.

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