Lynn City Council video from February 14th, 2017 courtesy of Lynn Community Television
1/17/17 Tonight’s Human Rights Commission meeting was a rallying point for Lynners to go down to City Hall and voice their concerns after the recent spate of shootings. Although, the Lynn HRC is not, in its charter, able to call the police forward, Chief Leonard Desmarais walked from the Police Station to City Hall willing…
State Representative and At-Large Councilor Dan Cahill steps down as City Council President. Ward 3 Councilor Darren Cyr was voted the new President, with At-Large Buzzy Barton taking the Vice-President role. Watch it happen in the video.
1/7/17[4:09pm] So, this is what happened. Briefly today, the official city website changed its information to reflect a 3pm parking ban. The Item shared the change on its facebook page, but not its website. Here on LynnHappens, we went full-throttle with this post and an aggressive social media share.
If you can’t trust cityoflynn.net, well, what can you trust? Well, the city website was changed back to the original 12pm, and we the local press were left feeling a little bit confused, to say the least. For proof, we were able to source a screenshot from a reader who had the foresight, for whatever reason, to grab one:
You can now rejoice – maybe – in having a little more time to move your cars to a *school lot, the MBTA garage, or a generous friend’s driveway. The Ellis Street city lot is also available.
*All school lots will be open except for Aborn, Fallon and Sewell-Anderson. Don’t park at those.
Also, be prepared for the possibility of waking up early, as all cars must be removed from school lots by 6am after the ban is lifted (we do not yet know when the ban will end). This is absolutely necessary so school lots can be cleared and ready for Monday.
Trash – delayed one day(?).
Central Square Cam – BACK!
D.E.N.C.I.T.Y. stands for Developing Expressions Now Creating Initiatives Through You, and the group has a new initiative stemming from their popular open mic Tuesdays at the Walnut Street Cafe. Mondays starting December 19th, will also include a poetry slam hosted by the first official slam team of the North Shore. The first hint that this…
The first portion is a meeting of the “Committee of the Whole” to hear from medical marijuana facility applicants. Mayor Kennedy also appears before the council to discuss city finances.