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Franklin County/North Quabbin Community Health Improvement Plan

On April 7 the FRCOG was pleased to host a broad group of community based organizations, health care providers, local and state government representatives, school officials, and public health professionals for the release of the region’s first Community Health Improvement Plan, in conjunction with the release of the 2017 National County Health Rankings. The FRCOG has been working for over a year with a dozen other organizations to assess health needs, identify evidence-based interventions, and prioritize strategies. 

To review the Community Health Improvement Plan, a list of the partners,  and the slides from April 7, visit: http://frcog.org/program-services/regionalization-special-projects/chip/

For more information on the County Health Rankings, visit www.countyhealthrankings.org 

United Way’s Sandy Sayers introduces the CHIP.

Baystate Franklin Medical Center CEO Cindy Russo reviews the CHIP’s clinical care priorities.

Representative Paul Mark on legislation to improve health outcomes.


Municipal Resources on Marijuana Legalization

The FRCOG recently hosted a workshop with Attorney Joel Bard and State Rep. Steve Kulik on the many changes coming as a result of the legalization of recreational marijuana. We have collected a number of resources for towns and others on our website.   Click here for a collection of useful information on the new law.

Commercial Wood Pellet Heat and Air Quality Workshop

Handouts from the 7/26 workshop presented by Dr. Rick Peltier of UMass Amherst and Marc Wolman of the Department of Environmental Protection are below:
Presentation by Mark Wolman, MassDEP
Presentation by Dr.Rick Peltier, UMass Amherst
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FRCOG Program Updates

Interested in learning a bit more about what has been happening here at the FRCOG in the last three months? Check out the updates presented to our Council members on July 21:

Click here for July 2016 Updates

Public Comment Period Open for Draft Unified Planning Work Program

The Franklin County Transporation Planning Organization (FCTPO) approved the release of a draft 2017 Unified Planning Work Program (UPWP) for public comment. There will be a 30-day public comment period from Saturday, June 24 to Sunday, July 25, 2016. Please provide any comments to Megan Rhodes by email at mrhodes@frcog.org or by mail at 12 Olive Street, Suite 2, Greenfield MA 01301.

Draft Franklin 2017 UPWP

 

Public Comment Period Open for Draft Transportation Improvement Program

The Franklin County Transportation Planning Organization (FCTPO) approved the release of the draft 2017-2021 TIP and Amendment #3 to the 2016-2019 TIP for public comment. There will be a 30-day public comment period from Saturday, June 24 to Sunday, July 25, 2016. Please provide any comments to Maureen Mullaney by email at mmullaney@frcog.org or by mail at 12 Olive Street, Suite 2, Greenfield MA 01301.

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2017-2021 FCTPO Transit TIP DRAFT

2017-2021 Highway TIP DRAFT

2016-2019 FCTPO TIP Transit Amendment 3 DRAFT

2016-2019 TIP Highway Amendment 3 DRAFT

 

The Connecticut River Scenic Byway Corridor Management Plan is Available for Review

The Draft Connecticut River Scenic Byway Corridor Management Plan is available for final review through June 29th, 2016.  The draft chapters are posted on the FRCOG Transportation Planning web page.

If you have questions or comments, please feel free to contact Elizabeth Giannini at giannini@frcog.org.

Archive of FRPB Executive Committee Meeting Agendas and Minutes 2015

FRPB Executive Committee Meeting Agendas and Minutes 2015

November 2015 Agenda
November 2015 Minutes
October 2015 Agenda
October 2015 Minutes

August 2015 Agenda
August 2015 Minutes

June 2015 Agenda
June 2015 Minutes

May 2015 Agenda
May 2015 Minutes

April 2015 Agenda
April 2015 Minutes

March 2015 Agenda
March 2015 Minutes

February 2015 Agenda
February 2015 Minutes
January 2015 Agenda
January 2015 Minutes

For older minutes, please contact Peggy Sloan or Rebekah Boyd.