Neighborhood Program

Council and Neighborhood Meetings

Franklin Neighborhood Meeting

  • Date: 08/02/2017 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM
  • Location: Franklin Elementary School

On Wednesday, AUGUST 2, 2017 we will be hosting our ANNUAL NEIGHBORHOOD POTLUCK SOCIAL.  We would like to extend an invitation to you to JOIN US!  This evening will include DINNER and an informal MEET and GREET with the CANDIDATES running for Mayor, City-wide Council and District 5 Council.

The evening will begin at 6:30 pm and continue until everyone leaves - no later than 8:00 pm. hopefully!

We will be located on the corner of the Franklin Elementary School property, outside under the pavilion - 300 So 700 West.  

CANDIDATES have been invited to bring signs, brochures, and other campaign items that can help you understand their platform.   

The Primary is only three weeks away and important decisions will be made during this time.  This primary is a VOTE BY MAIL.  I have received my envelope already and by next Wednesday I believe everyone else should have their's in hand.  Please be on the look out for the envelope.

Please let me know if you have any any questions.  I can be reached through the email and phone number listed below.






Kathryn S. Allen

Franklin Neighborhood Chair


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Mission Statement The mission of the Neighborhood Program is to facilitate effective, informed and representative participation of citizens in government and self-help initiatives. The Neighborhood program provides a channel for communication among citizens, elected officials and city department staff.

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