From the New Lynn Coalition – WHY U.S.? The Immigration Crisis in America A Public Forum presented by the New Lynn Coalition and Essex County Community Organization in partnership with community leaders Thursday February 28, 2019 — 5:30-8:00 PM Lynn Housing Authority, 10 Church St Lynn MA 01901 We live in a political moment…
On August 1st at the Lynn Housing Authority Neighbor To Neighbor & Lynn United for Change had a forum for 11th Essex District State Representative candidates Hong Net, Peter Capano, and Drew Russo.
Thanks to Lynn Community Television (LCTV) for the video coverage:
Video of the Lynn Community Television‘s Councilor Forum, which aired live October 23, 2017 from their studio, courtesy of Lynn Community Television:
Video of the New Lynn Coalition Councilor at Large Forum, held at the Lynn Housing Authority and Neighborhood Development Community Room on October 17, 2017:
The third Pickering Middle School forum was held at the current Pickering on November 2nd, 2016. The video is up now, courtesy of Lynn Community Television:
Wednesday, September 14th was the second public forum to discuss possible sites for a new Pickering Middle School. Last night’s was well attended, at least by comparison with the first forum. Some last night voiced complaints that the first forum was not well publicized. (LynnHappens heard about the first forum when it was too late to change plans to be there.)
It was held at the New Marshall Middle school. Teachers and staff were on hand to lead tours after the forum, though due to the forum’s duration, few left the cafetorium to take them up on the offer.
Note: There are times when participants did not use a microphone. When at a public forum, regardless of how well you can be heard by folks in the room, always use a mic if you want to be heard by folks watching it later.
The Highlands Coalition hosted a community meeting at KIPP Academy June 27th with an agenda that included voting location changes, pothole repair, litter, a neighborhood watch group and more.
It was about 15 minutes into the meeting that a microphone was connected and it becomes easier to hear.
A community meeting with downtown residents, businesses and stakeholders will take place July 14, 2016 in the LynnArts Building, 25 Exchange Street, at 6:30pm.
3/30/16 – The Lynn Office of Economic and Community Development and the Metropolitan Area Planning Council (MAPC) hosted a community forum at the Lynn Police Station Tuesday seeking input to incorporate into a new Open Space and Recreation Plan. View the current plan, last updated 2005. (opens in new tab) The complete forum (in two…