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Thursday, January 12, 2017



The meeting with the MFOB, to allow Templeton to borrow money without a bond rating in order to finance the elementary school project will take place:

January 18, 2017 at 11:00 am
 in the Office of the State Auditor, 
State House Room 230

At that time, the Municipal Finance Oversight Board will vote on the town's request.

Feel inspired to participate?

Write a letter to:

Let the MFOB board members know what you think about a massive debt of $47 million dollars when the Town of Templeton does not have a bond rating. 


  1. I believe that Mr. Columbus should have respected the vote taken by the town to keep their local elementary schools in place and not let them fall to pieces creating our current situation. That said it is insane to go out for a loan not knowing your fiscal purse. One thing is for sure remaining on the sidelines will get us the status quo.

  2. I'm in the process of writing a letter detailing our present financial state and the state of our Administration. Anyone want to suggest good items to denote.

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    1. Why would he do that ? Ask him if he was the one why spoke to Sen. Brewer and told him "no one cared about what happened ", so the investigation the Town voted for never got done. All of the failed projects have cost this town plenty, along with the cost of the audits, that seem to have no end. How long do you think it will take us to get solvent, even without a new school ? We have to start sometime, so the MFOB has to say no. This is my opinion. Bev.