Tag Archive for trash

Parking Ban Lifted as of 9am

2/18/18 You are free to park on the streets. It may be school vacation, but cars not removed from school lots are still subject to being towed. Trash is already delayed by one day due to the Presidents’ Day holiday.   Local coupons from Money Mailer!

Parking. Schools. Trash. All-in-one update from City Hall!

1/3/18 We posted the news earlier, but here’s the information in much more detail, including trash pickup delays. Keep in mind, trash is already behind in areas of Lynn due to cold-related issues with Waste Management’s trucks. As of 4:30pm, there was a line of cars waiting to park for the storm in the MBTA…

Trash Delay Next Week

1/11/17 From Associate Commissioner of Lynn DPW Lisa Nerich – City of Lynn Trash and Recycling will be delayed by ONE day the week of January 16th– in observance of Martin Luther King Day. Green Week for Recycling. Local coupons from Money Mailer!

Residents Take Part in Dumpster Day

Saturday was Dumpster Day. The next one will be in October, but contact the Lynn DPW for information on other ways to legitimately get rid of unwanted items if October is too long to wait. Local coupons from Money Mailer!

“500” – Large Downtown Lynn Cleanup April 25th

Earth Day is April 22nd, but it’s one of those holidays people celebrate when convenient, and one that should be, as the saying goes, every day. A few days later – Saturday, April 25th, Juan Gonzalez from Without Borders Magazine along with a sizable group of sponsors that includes LynnHappens will descend on downtown and…

Up to our lids in it

[Editor] The building management and the Dunks at the corner clear the sidewalk. As for the trash can, it may be possible to turn the thing around and clear out the short side. Either way, not being able to reach the can doesn’t mean you can stick your trash in the snowbanks. It’s illegal, immoral…

Community Meeting Saturday on Trash & Recycling

  “Dear Friends! We’re pleased to inform all Lynn residents that Councilor-At-Large Hong Net and the Lynn DPW organized a community meeting to discuss the new city’s Trash and Recycle ordinance that commences on Saturday, [January] 17, 2015. The meeting will take place at the Lynn Temple on 110 Chestnut Street in Lynn starting 11:00…