Tag Archive for Public Hearing

Video of MassDOT Public Hearing at City Hall 2-10-14

The Massachusetts Department of Transportation – MassDOT – presented its Capital Improvement Plan and took public comments in the Council Chambers of Lynn City Hall on Monday, February 10, 2014. Related links below. For more information: MassDOT’s Official PR on their 5 Year Plan – Will Lynn get a real T stop? Related: In other…

MassDOT’s Official PR on their 5 Year Plan – Will Lynn get a real T stop?

But first, make a note of this: “February 10, 6:00-8:00pm, Lynn, exact location to be determined” “To see the plan, it is available on the website, http://www.massdot.state.ma.us/InformationCenter/DocumentsPresentations.aspx.” One more thing before we let the official press release take over. Look to the right for a graphic of a Blue Line train entering Lynn to join…

City Council and $4mil Bond Hearing 12-18-12

City Council video from December 18, 2012. The full agenda is posted below the clips. This includes the public hearing on the $4 million bond, which was passed. The list of included projects is in the agenda. The Bond Hearing begins in the second clip. See the agenda – it opens in a new window…

MassDOT Public Hearing Video from 12-5-12

  The Massachusetts Department of Transportation held one of their series of meetings on the future of transportation in the Council Chambers of Lynn City Hall on December 5, 2012.         Almost a year ago, there was another hearing on the T: MBTA Public Hearing video from 2-7-12

School Committee Public Hearing 4-26-12

The Tiger’s Den was packed Thursday at Lynn Tech for a School Committee Hearing on Stanley Wotring’s petition to post the Superintendent’s position. Pro and con speakers were alternated. The School Committee’s discussion and close 4-3 vote against posting the position is in the last clip. There is a loud buzz during a portion of…

MBTA Public Hearing video from 2-7-12

After a powerpoint presentation, elected officials from the state and city speak out against the MBTA’s two service cut and fare hike proposals, followed by members of the public and representatives of various organizations.   You can follow along at home with the T’s handy booklet on the matter in PDF.   Part 1  …