Monthly Archives: April 2014

Cell Towers and Lynnfield Zoning Bylaws

Town Meeting Warrant Article When reading the proposed addition it is important to view the entire section 9.4.6 as it will now appear in the Zoning Bylaw. 9.4 WIRELESS COMMUNICATIONS DISTRICT 9.4.1 Purpose The purpose of the Bylaw, in addition

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TAXPAYERS PAY ATTENTION… “Retiree Health Care: The Brick That Broke Municipalities’ Backs”

Taxpayers have long understood government pension liabilities and the impact on local budgets, but government obligations for other post-employment benefits provided to employees (OPEB), namely retiree health insurance, have only recently started to receive similar attention. New reporting requirements force

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Trio of residents (Andover) launch website to promote discussion on town spending

March 21, 2013 Trio of residents launch website to promote discussion on town spending By Neil Fater Staff Writer The Andover Townsman – See more at: http://www.andovertownsman.com/local/x1533631267/Trio-of-residents-launch-website-to-promote-discussion-on-town-spending#sthash.3frR1x8T.dpuf Townsman The Andover Townsman Thu Apr 03, 2014, 04:30 AM EDT Editor, Townsman:The

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Unfunded promises: What Mass. cities and towns owe to public retirees (BBJ DataCenter)

Nov 1, 2012, 12:26pm EDT Unfunded promises: What Mass. cities and towns owe to public retirees (BBJ DataCenter) Craig Douglas Managing Editor, Online & Research- Boston Business Journal Email | Twitter Massachusetts’ budget challenges, both at the state and local

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MASSACHUSETTS TAXPAYER FOUNDATION

Below is an article released by the Massachusetts Taxpayer Foundation. It provides an overview of local and state liabilities that may be of interest to you as a taxpayer. Crippling Unfunded State and Municipal Retiree Liabilities in Massachusetts

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Hilltop Steakhouse cows now grazing in Lynnfield, courtesy of WS Development

0408 Hilltop Cows View Photos Courtesy of WS Development. Three former Hilltop cows are now living in Lynnfield. Thomas GrilloReal Estate Editor- Boston Business JournalEmail | Twitter A prominent real estate developer has acquired three fiberglass cows that dotted the

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What will a 150′ cellphone tower look like?

Lynnfield and Wenham are being approached by AT&T for 150 ft. cellphone towers.  Read what is happening in Wenham.   http://www.salemnews.com/local/x1445025890/Balloon-to-show-height-of-Wenham-cellphone-tower

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