FM #277 School Committee Community Relations SubComm 5/20/20
about 21 hours ago.
Updated 3 months ago.
FM #216 = This is the Franklin Matters radio show, number 216 in the series.
The Board of Health met at 5 PM on Wednesday, March 4, 2020. Interesting to note that while coronavirus was among the topics, the Health Director Cathleen Liberty was following best practices and participated remotely as she was not feeling well. A good example to set for us all these days.
Chair Bridget Sweet opens the meeting. Members Tim Cochrane and Jeff Harris participate. Ginny McNeil the Health Agent also contributes actively to the meeting. There is acknowledgement of a Town Council who entered the room during the course of the meeting to sit and participate. In case you don’t recognize his voice, for the record I can say it was Eamon Earls.
The agenda document is linked to in the show notes https://www.franklinma.gov/health-department/agenda/boh-agenda-36
The new coronavirus information portal was discussed and the link is included here
The meeting audio runs about 45 minutes so without further ado, let’s listen in to the Board of Health meeting of March 4, 2020
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