March FrankTalks to feature discussion on environmental sustainability

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The first FrankTalks of the year by Franklin Tomorrow will be held at the Columbia State Community College Williamson campus on Monday, Jan. 13 at 9 a.m.

Franklin is continuing to grow and develop, and with that comes new development and construction and allocation of resources, both natural and man-made.

Franklin Tomorrow's March 9 FrankTalks will feature a presentation on the city of Franklin's environmental stewardship and the city's stormwater and water management, as well as what sustainability initiatives the city is implementing.

FrankTalks is held monthly at various locations across the community and is presented by Renasant Bank and Franklin Tomorrow's sustaining partner, Williamson Medical Center.

During the event, attendees will hear from the Franklin leadership, including City Administrator Eric Stuckey and Mark Hilty, assistant city administrator for public works, as well as leaders from the Cumberland River Compact including Executive Director Mekayle Houghton.

Franklin Tomorrow will also present results from the 2019 On The Table initiative and give insight into what data was analyzed during the On The Table events in 2019.

The event will be held at Williamson County Public Library at 1314 Columbia Ave. in Franklin starting at 9 a.m. with a 30-minute coffee social, followed at 9:30 a.m. by the program. To RSVP, visit www.eventbrite.com/e/franktalks-city-hall-on-wheels-environmental-stewardship-tickets-95936285011.

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