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FRCOG Executive Committee Has Opening for Regionally Elected Seat

The Franklin Regional Council of Governments anticipates an opening for one of two regionally elected, non-partisan leadership seats that provide guidance and oversight to our organization. The candidate(s) will be on the ballot in every Franklin County town for general election in November. The term for the seat is four years and begins in January 2023. Candidates cannot be from the same town as any of the other four  members of the Executive Committee,  which currently includes a representative from Colrain, Greenfield, and Montague, and one open seat that has yet to be appointed for the new term by the Franklin Regional Regional Planning Board.

For more information, click on the link below, and please don’t hesitate to contact Rebekah Boyd at 413-774-3167 x100 or at admin@frcog.org with questions.

Regionally Elected Seat “Job Description.”

 

2018 Annual Report: Hot Off the Presses!

We’re happy to announce the publication of the Franklin Regional Council of Governments 2018 Annual Report.  It contains a general summary of the many projects and services that the FRCOG provided last year to our rural region and the 26 member communities that make up Franklin County.

Our staff of 52 land use, transportation, economic development, emergency preparation, and public health planners; accountants; building, plumbing, wiring, and health inspectors; coalition organizers; administrators; a purchasing official; a public health nurse; and more, are proud of our many accomplishments and the breadth of our services.

Please don’t hesitate to contact us with any questions you may have about our work. We hope you will enjoy reading about our year!

You’ll find the report in the link below:

FRCOG 2018 Annual Report

The Spring Scoop: Updates from the FRCOG

Interested in new initiatives and our progress on current FRCOG projects?  Check out the link below for quarterly updates presented to the FRCOG Council in April.

The Spring Scoop: News from the FRCOG