Video

Click on the headlines below to see full articles and their accompanying videos.

City Council 8-10-10

City Council Video from August 10th, 2010 There may be a brief commercial in the beginning. The noise you hear in the background is a fan. It is turned down later in the meeting as the Council Chamber cools.

City Council 7-13-10

City Council video from 7-13-10. This video is in excess of three hours and some compromises in playback quality had to be made as a result. However, the sound is still clear. UPDATE: The “Fatal Error” issue is resolved. Also, it is possible to skip ahead on buffered video only. Otherwise, you will be sent…

License Commission votes ‘no action’ on LRA proposal

This publication’s stance on the matter is no secret. Here is a video of the meeting from June 22nd without further commentary, so viewers can judge the proceedings for themselves and post their own opinions below. Meetings are held the fourth Tuesday of every month in the Lynn Police Station Community Room.

Highlights from Lynn Blogs (with video)

This edition has video! Corey Jackson of downtownlynn.com launches a new web show called No Fluff! First episode guests include Lynn Museum Director Kate Luchini, Katerina Panagiotaki from heartoflynn.com, and Seth Albaum from LynnHappens and livinginlynn.blogspot.com. Video at the bottom. There’s been a lot of effort put into community clean-ups as of late, with many…

City Council Department Budget Hearings 6-15–10

The following two and a half hour video contains budget hearings for City Departments for the fiscal year 2011. To make viewing easier, a rundown is provided. Allow the video to buffer (load…) and click ahead to the time of the hearing you wish to view. Introduction with remarks from Council President Tim Phelan and…

City Council 6-8-10

The Ordinance Committee discusses new rules for Pit Bull owners and schedules a public hearing on the matter: City Council Video – including discussion and adoption of a new home business ordinance, and representatives from National Grid and the contractor responsible for repairing street lights come forward to take the heat from councilors on why…