Monthly Archives: September 2015

Tennessee Pipeline Gift For Library Expansion

Below is a document received under the Freedom of Information Act regarding a gift received for the expansion of our library.  According to infomation received from Bob Curtain of Town Hall, this mitigation money was converted to a gift.  The

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Kelly Jeep Dealership Walk Through

At 5 p.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 30, there will be a walk through site visit at the Kelly Jeep Dealership, Route 1 North.  Kelly Jeep Dealership is planning changes at their location. If you are interested, please meet at the

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Freedom of Information Act and Proposed Pipeline

There has been much discussion regarding the Kinder Morgan Pipeline and how it will impact Lynnfield Residents.  Based on these discussions, I prepared the following letter to better understand the history of the proposed pipeline. In a previous Selectman meeting, Mr.

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Center Water District Services 2/3 of Lynnfield

Below is a map of the proposed Kinder Morgan Pipeline through the Lynnfield Center Water District area.  The red circles are potential sites for future wells as the town grows.  The white lines are where the pipeline is targeted to

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CVS Gets “No” From Planning Board

Recently the proposed CVS site was reviewed and voted on by Lynnfield’s Planning Board with a unanimous “No”.  Although many people favor CVS as a corporation, the location poses problems for Lynnfield.   Traffic exiting CVS will spill onto Salem Street/129.

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Baker signals support for expanded pipeline in New England

PRINTMassachusetts Governor Charlie Baker (left), Vermont Governor Peter Shumlin (center) and Connecticut Governor Dannel Malloy (right) spoke during a private lunch Thursday in Hartford. JESSICA HILL/ASSOCIATED PRESS Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker (left), Vermont Governor Peter Shumlin (center), and Connecticut Governor

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Kinder Morgan executives contributed to campaign of Gov.-elect Charlie Baker

By RICHIE DAVIS Recorder Staff Wednesday, November 26, 2014 (Published in print: Thursday, November 27, 2014) Five top executives of Kinder Morgan — the Houston-based corporation that hopes to build a pipeline through Massachusetts — each made the maximum allowable

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