Monthly Archives: August 2015

Sign Regulations to be Discussed By Planning Board

TOWN OF LYNNFIELD PLANNING BOARD PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE The Lynnfield Planning Board will hold a Public Hearing on Wednesday, August 26, 2015 at 7:00 P.M. in the Selectmen’s Meeting Room at Town Hall, 55 Summer Street to consider proposed amendments

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Terranova proactive with proposed pipeline and how it might effect you

  I want to thank Cathy Kristofferson and Paula Terrasi for presenting relevant information and answering pertinent questions from the many Townsfolk that attended Tom Terranova’ s August 19, 2015 Gas Pipeline Community Meeting. There are many questions that the

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Lynnfield one of top communities with gas leaks

New law casts light on the state’s natural gas leaks – The Boston Globe// Pat Greenhouse/Globe Staff/File Natural gas explosions, including one last year that injured about a dozen people in Dorchester, have raised safety concerns. Posted by Katy Shea

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What Is Lynnfield’s Position?

Local officials give cold shoulder to pipeline cash Peabody: Several city councilors suggest putting natural gas pipeline elsewhere BY ALAN BURKE STAFF WRITER | Posted 12 hours ago PEABODY — Energy company Kinder Morgan is saying it will pay local

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Understanding Safety Records of Proposed Pipeline

Fracking pipeline company’s safety questioned James Bruggers, @jbruggers 2:46 p.m. EDT May 4, 2015 Story Highlights Tennessee Gas’ damage and incident rates were highest among ten companies with the most pipeline. The figures come from incident reports that pipeline companies

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Lynnfield Pipeline Meeting, Please Attend

PLEASE PAY ATTENTION AND ATTEND! Gas Pipeline Installation Potentially affecting your water supply and property values To learn more attend: LYNNFIELD PIPELINE COMMUNITY MEETING THURSDAY, AUGUST 20, 2015 7 PM – 9 PM AT MARKET STREET MEETING ROOM Tom Terranova

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Best Academics – Public High Schools in Massachussets

Best Academics ranks 10,907 public high schools based on key achievement statistics and 1.4 million opinions on academics from 265,000 students and parents. A high ranking indicates that the school has diverse, high-achieving students who are very happy with the

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