Tag Archive for Mayor Kennedy

Response: In Favor of a Planner

Opinion

10/25/17 Tell us what you’re thinking! Opinions are welcome either in short-form in the comments below or long-form to editor@lynnhappens.com. From Jocelyn Almy-Testa –   This is long, and is for Lynn residents. It’s about our need for a city planner. While I appreciate the op-ed piece recently in the Item [and LynnHappens 10/24] about the…

Letter: A Reader’s Thoughts on the Mayor’s Race

Opinion

10/24/17 Tell us what you’re thinking! Opinions are welcome either in short-form in the comments below or long-form to editor@lynnhappens.com. A reader response to the letter below has been posted, here. From Jeff Carlisle –   As a long-time political observer and 10 year resident of Lynn, I thought that I would comment on the mayoral…

June 20th is now Estelle Day

A community event in Lynn is not complete without an appearance by Estelle Revelotis, who manages to attend more things than most local politicians. Revelotis was recently recognized by Mayor Kennedy and the City Council for her community involvement. Mayor Judith Flanagan Kennedy presented a city citation to Estelle Revelotis which read: In recognition of…

Update about the coming storm from Mayor Kennedy

3/13/17 – Posted to Mayor Kennedy’s fb page this morning: “Updates on parking bans, school closures and trash pick up will be available after 3p.m. meeting with City and State emergency officials. If you havent already signed up for our “Rapid Notify”, which calls the number you provide to alert you of emergency alerts, parking…

Lynn Youth Summer Jobs for 2017

Lynn Youth Summer Job applications are available at City Hall in Room 412, the Lynn Department of Public Works on Commercial Street, or online at lynnma.gov All applications must be returned to the Lynn City Hall Personnel Department, Room 412, by Friday, May 5, 2017 For further information, please contact Lisa Nerich at 781-268-8000 ext.…

Photos from the Annual Tree Lighting on the Common

12.8.16 On Tuesday, December 6th, Mayor Kennedy, The Daily Item and of course, Santa, lit the tree on Lynn Common near City Hall. Cobbet Elementary charmed with their chimes and choir. Lynn English brought the chorus and Lynn Public Schols Band played in front of City Hall as folks went inside for crafts and to see…

Mayor Serves Drinks at Porthole for Literacy

10-19-16   Mayor Kennedy was behind the bar at the Porthole tonight as part of a fundraiser for a local literacy campaign. A portion of proceeds went to the cause, and raffles were sold, as well. The ultimate goal is to bring 40,000 books to Lynn students and families in need.   Involved in this effort…

The Force Awakens at Goldfish Pond

On Friday July 15th at Lafayette Park, more commonly called Goldfish Pond Park, Mayor Kennedy, Lynn DPW/Parks & Rec., Community Development and the Goldfish Pond Association sponsored a free family movie night with Star Wars, The Force Awakens.