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…
City Council video from November 16th, 2010. There may be a brief commercial in the beginning.
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…
City Council video from October 26th, 2010.
You’ve probably seen Jeff and his video camera at the Meet Me Downtown Festival of the Arts or as recently as Arts After Hours. Jeff Photography is located in the heart of the action, in Lynn’s Central Square. Jeff has been kind enough to document and share with the LynnHappens audience, events over the course…
City Council video from October 19, 2010. There may be a brief commercial before it starts.
City Council video from September 28th, 2010. There may be a brief commercial in the beginning.
Our live broadcast of the annual Meet Me Downtown Festival of the Arts on September 25, 2010 has ended. Clips of the broadcast are available, including interviews with Mayor Judith Flanagan Kennedy, James Marsh from Community Development, Rep. Steve Walsh, State Senator Tom McGee and more. Simply follow this link.
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.
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.