Franklin’s tile spring sticks out of the ground in front of the Town’s water reservoir just off Jones Road.                                                                                                             Gregory J. Lamoureux, County Courier

By Gregory J. Lamoureux
County Courier

FRANKLIN: With an abnormally hot summer, the Town of Franklin is seeing a slowdown in the water coming into their reservoir, causing the town to issue a conserve water warning to its users.

Like many postings on the subject nationwide when water becomes a scarcity, the message is to reduce the amount of water being used. From not running the faucet when you’re brushing your teeth to refraining from washing your car at home, locals are asked to do their part in making sure the current water goes as far as it can.

Marshall Ploof, the water district commissioner, spoke on the topic to the County Courier on Wednesday morning, the day after the town issued the notice to about 90 users of the water system.

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