By JEAN CARTER
Citizen staff writer
During a short meeting last week the Franklin City Council approved an extension to the Legacy Ranch project.
The deadline to have phase one completed by June 26 had passed. The City noted that because everything major in that phase, such as sidewalks and lift station, was complete, it would have their attorney draft an extension to complete the work without affecting the project’s bond.
The extension could be up to 60 days for the work to be completed.
“This isn’t a big deal,” said Mayor Todd Hawkes. “The lift station is complete and there are only minor repairs to be finished.”
An issue about a water meter at 200 East and 100 West streets was discussed by the council.
It was noted about one gallon per minute was leaking between the meter and the home. Workers placed a new meter at the residence the following day. If there is a leak, the property owner will be responsible to have the problem fixed.
Council went into an executive session to discuss legal litigations and contracts.
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