Franklin Tomorrow’s 2017 FrankTalks lecture series will continue Monday, March 13, at the new Williamson County Enrichment Center on Columbia Avenue, next to the Williamson County Public Library, in Franklin.
Franklin City Administrator Eric Stuckey will bring the “City Hall on Wheels” to the free, monthly event, which will begin at 9 a.m. with a coffee social, followed at 9:30 a.m. by Stuckey’s presentation.
During his presentation, we will take a deep data dive into the results of the National Citizen Survey, conducted last fall in Franklin by the National Research Center in conjunction with the International City & County Management Association.
The National Citizen Survey captures residents’ opinions within the three pillars of a community — community characteristics, governance, and participation — across eight facets of community — safety, mobility, natural environment, built environment, economy, recreation and wellness, education and enrichment, and community engagement.
Franklin Tomorrow partnered with Vanderbilt University’s Office of Neighborhood, Government and Community Relations to expand the frequency of FrankTalks in 2016 to a monthly program. It is free and held at various locations across the city.