The Franklin Garden Club invites you to attend garden talks on Saturday evenings followed by light refreshments. March 2 – Jack Siman – Roses in the Landscape March 23 – John Fitzpatrick – Low Maintenance Design April 13 – Sondra Freckelton – Freckelton Flowers & Garden Still‐Lifes: Creating a Garden using Basic Principles of Art May 4 – Deborah Banks – Designing for Four Seasons of Interest June 1 – Don Statham – Totem Farm Garden: Designing a Garden with Rooms June 22 – Steve Whitesell – Unusual Plants for Zone 4/5 Saturday evenings, 7 pm to 9 pm. Admission free; donations gratefully accepted and shared by St. Paul’s and the Franklin Garden Club.
Do you have a favorite dish that you take to potluck dinners? Please share it with the rest of our community by sending it in to the Franklin Farmers’ Market Potluck Cookbook. Carla Nordstrom is compiling the recipes and looking for main dishes, salads, baked goods, and desserts that include fresh ingredients. Local ingredients are […]
Revised Constitution Pipeline maps for the full route and for Delaware County are available below. Revised maps for Susquehanna County (PA), Broome, Chenango and Schoharie Counties (NY) are available on the Constitution Pipeline website.
This article is a continuation of “One House at a Time, Solving the Energy Crisis”, by Norm Farwell, published in the New Franklin Register #18, Fall 2012. Solving the Energy Crisis Here are a few principles to help with that. Forget upfront cost, think life cycle cost. The operating and maintenance costs of a building […]
11am – 3pm Grandma’s Pantry at the Methodist Church featuring homemade items for sale as well as a soup and sandwich lunch 11am – 4pm Quilt Display by the Susquehanna Valley Quilt Guild at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church Noon – 5pm Holiday Market at the Fire House offering many items for sale including homemade & […]
Download a PDF copy of the New Franklin Register Issue #18 (3.6MB) by clicking on the image at right. See the index of this issue, and links to all previous issues, on the index page. Issue #18, Vol. VI No. 3, Fall 2012
Work has begun to replace the 150 year-old system that supplies water to the Village of Franklin. Beginning in late September, streets were trenched 3 feet wide and 5 feet deep. Green PVC pipe was laid above the existing water mains. Two 10 inch pipes were laid from the well house along Otsego Street. From […]
A Gallery of Believe It Or Not Our Delaware County Board of Supervisors has been taking care of business — and doing it their own way. When they were offered presentations on gas drilling, our Supervisors heard one from the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation and one from the Independent Oil and Gas […]
The proposed 2013 budget for the Town of Franklin is $1.83 million. Subtracting the $0.29 million in expected revenues and a balance from last year of $0.26 million, the amount to be raised through property taxes is to be $1.27 million. Compared to last year, this will result in an increase in property taxes of […]