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Lynn Votes: Local results are in

This is how Lynn voted on November 2nd, 2010. Results have been provided by the City Clerk’s Office. To see a breakdown of results statewide, LynnHappens recommends Boston.com’s election page for its excellent maps of town-by-town results. Itemlive.com also has an election coverage page. Election Results from the City Clerk’s Office Election Summary Report STATE…

School Committee 10-28-10

Editor’s note: Lynn Happens wishes it had the time and human capital to cover every School Committee meeting. This one in particular was covered, largely due to the chatter of area blogs and on Facebook Wednesday, overwhelmingly in support of the Ingalls School Farm run by The Food Project. A vote on renewing The Food…

NSCC’s 26th Forum on Tolerance Nov. 4th

Tolerance in a Time of Intolerance will be the theme of North Shore Community College’s 26th Forum on Tolerance, Thursday, November 4, 6:45-8:45 p.m. The forum, which is free and open to the public, will be held at NSCC’s Lynn Campus gym, 300 Broad St., Lynn. NSCC will celebrate the compassion and moral courage of…

Board of Appeals hearing on waterfront turbine

The special City Council meeting being short, LynnHappens had the time to head downstairs to catch the Board of Appeals hearing on a wind turbine that will be placed on Lynn Water & Sewer Commission property. Recent zoning changes for waterfront redevelopment plans made the variance necessary. Local coupons from Money Mailer!

City Council 9-21-10

This brief special meeting of the City Council puts the schools in a position to benefit from green building assistance. Mics were not used. Audio was boosted to compensate, also bringing up room noise. Local coupons from Money Mailer!

September 14th, 2010 State Primary Results

This is the spreadsheet data of the State Primary results in Lynn directly from City Hall, completely un-adulterated and without the filters of analysis and the inevitable biases of interpretation. See the numbers for yourselves and find out what the voter turnout was in your ward, and also, of course, who won where there were…

Classical alumn elected to serve on national board

Vicente Gonzalez, a student at Cornell University, was elected to serve a two-year term as student representative on the Mortar Board National Council, the 10-member board of directors for Mortar Board, a prominent national honor society for college seniors. Vicente was elected to serve his term as one of the board’s two student representatives at…