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City Council Meeting Schedule, 2011

Fill in your calendars, but don’t forget to double-check Public Notices, where agendas and other meeting notices are posted. Council meeting dates are sometimes changed later in the year. “NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE LYNN CITY COUNCIL WILL HOLD REGULAR CITY COUNCIL MEETINGS IN COUNCIL CHAMBERS AT 8:00 P.M. ON THE FOLLOWING TUESDAYS FOR…

Parking Ban Lifted

The City lifted the Snow Emergency as of 3pm today. Please use caution on the roads and be on the look out for pedestrians in the road, as not all sidewalks are passable. Thanks to everyone tagging LynnHappens on FB and sending in their photos and videos! There’s still time to get yours in. The…

City Declares Snow Emergency

A parking ban is in effect from 2pm this afternoon until further notice. All parked cars must be removed from the streets. Any cars left behind will be ticketed and may be towed. Residents without off-street parking may use the following school parking lots: Brickett, Callahan, English, Ford, Harrington, Ingalls, Sisson and Tech. Parking is…

Lynn Teens Commemorate World AIDS Day

On windy, drizzly Wednesday December 1st, 2010, area teens and other supporters took shelter in City Hall’s lobby. Mayor Judy Flanagan Kennedy was present as a DJ provided tunes, glow sticks were handed out and refreshments served. Then they went together over to Central Square to hold a candlelight vigil for remembrance and awareness on…

Arguments for and against the farm

The Food Project’s Ingalls Elementary School Farm has been renewed, with some appeasements for a disturbed neighbor to be negotiated. Thankfully, Corey Jackson of Downtownlynn.com was there to cover the pro and con arguments last night, and is graciously allowing LH to cross post them. Further opinion and coverage can be found on his site…