Monthly Archives: May 2015

Herb Chambers Proposed Expansion, Selectman Terranova Thanks Participants

I want to thank all of the Canterbury Road Residents for our meeting with the Herb Chambers Team and Conservation Commission.  I believe walking the proposed parking site that is now Century 21, helps to provide valuable input for the

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MA House of Representatives Passes $38.05 Billion State Budget, Features No New Taxes Or Fees

Massachusetts House of Representatives Pass New State Budget The $38.05 billion budget for fiscal year 2016 now moves over to the Senate. By Daniel Libon (Patch Staff) May 12, 2015 With elected officials touting investments in core state services and

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Humorous Quote, Margaret Thatcher

I always cheer up immensely if an attack is particularly wounding because I think, well, if they attack one personally, it means they have not a single political argument left. Margaret Thatcher Read more at http://www.brainyquote.com/quotes/quotes/m/margaretth114262.html#LHlB3dlw63OYXgkA.99   Posted By: Katy

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THANK YOU LYNNFIELD FIRE DEPARTMENT & SURROUNDING COMMUNITIES

Posted By: Katy Shea Brush Fire Burns Over 50 Acres in Lynnfield | Lynnfield, MA Patch // <![CDATA[ Brush Fire Burns Over 50 Acres in Lynnfield There were no injuries reported. By Linda Bock (Patch Staff) May 6, 2015 Share

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Lynnfield Roads To Be Repaired

Thank you to our DPW Director, Andrew Lafferty for presenting at Monday’s Selectmen’s meeting and reviewing scheduled Road Repairs. The estimated budget for these repairs are $1,222,802.  (Selectman Terranova made a motion during April’s Town Meeting, to add additional funds

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After Recount, 36 Vote Difference For Barrett

After the recount on May 2, Chris Barrett is still the winnner in the Selectman’s race.  His margin shrank from 39 to 36 votes as the result of two blanks becoming votes for Shea and one ballot that was missed now being

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