Monthly Archives: December 2015

Unfunded pension clash

Pension Clash A $1 trillion U.S. pension gap is dividing two longtime allies: Democrats and unions. Left-leaning politicians in a number of states are increasingly supporting more aggressive revamps of retirement benefits despite opposition from labor officials. The latest clash

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One buildable lot, turns into Two?

This is an interesting letter that poses the question, Are larger ” One House Lots” up for grabs with developers?  Are our neighborhoods protected?  Please read for more details. Lynnfield Board of Selectmen Lynnfield Town Hall 55 Summer Street Lynnfield, Mass. 01940

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Beta was correct

December 27, 2015 Now that Market Street is almost completed, it is easy to verify that Beta Engineering is correct and VHB was wrong on the how the intersections near MarketStreet will behave.   The attached images were taken on Dec

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Holding FERC Accountable

Below is a recently received email that requests concerned citizens to hold FERC accountable. Please read and consider signing the attached PETITION by pasting and clipping the short cut onto your browser.  IMPORTANT PETITION! http://bit.ly/DRN-PetitionToReviewFERC More information below, including a sign-on letter for

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Our view: Local tax take soars, but it’s still not enough

According to a report from the Massachusetts Taxpayers Foundation, property tax revenues across Massachusetts rose by 4.1 percent, the largest annual increase since 2010. Overall, total municipal revenues increased by 3.8 percent. Cities and towns are not only making more

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Pipeline Awareness

2015 Year-End Update View this email in your browser   Friends and Allies:     As this intense year of pipeline opposition draws to a close, we would like to thank you for being part of the pipeline opposition.  We

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