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Go to  our webpage, www.franklintwp.org, then click on “Newsletters” in the dark blue banner to the right of our logo.  A pop up window will appear, and “Happenings at FTPL” is the top selection.  After filling in your email and selecting the newsletters you’re interested in, click the dark blue “Subscribe” button at the bottom and you’re done!  If those were slightly confusing instructions, look at the graphics below.  Red arrows are next to the required fields.

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Come join us for Family Story Time at the Franklin Park Branch on May 29th from 7- 7:45 PM.  Enjoy stories together while building language skills. For grades pre-K to third grade. Parents/caregivers are expected to stay with children during all storytime sessions.

No registration is necessary.

This event is held at the Franklin Park Branch located at 3391 Rte. 27, Franklin Park, NJ 08823.  Located in the Franklin Towne Center. 

Get a glimpse of history! Check out this collection of photographs taken by local photographer Elton H. L. Wade during the early part of the 20th century. The collection includes photographs of everyday life in the Middlebush area of Franklin Township, as well as many historically significant photos, such as photos of the Hindenburg zeppelin flying over New Brunswick and exhibits at the New York World’s Fair of 1939-1940. The initial online collection features 29 images, and will grow each month to feature the over 2,000 photographs taken by Wade in his lifetime. Click here to see the photos.

Share Your houghts in the On-Line Survey

The Franklin Township Cable Advisory TV Committee (CATV) is looking for residents’ opinion about their cable service.

Franklin’s franchise agreement with Comcast expires December 11, 2014, and the township is currently in the ascertainment period. The results of the survey will be used in the Township Council’s preparation for the New Jersey Office on Cable television (OCTV)-required Municipal Report and negotiations.

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