Yearly Archives: 2016

Rethinking Natural Gas

DERRICK Z. JACKSON With Obama cuts, Bay State should rethink its reliance on natural gas The Boston Globe Tweet Share 19 FILE -In this June 12, 2014 file photo, oil pumps and natural gas burn off in Watford City, N.D.

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Arguments On Gas Pipeline Continue

Below is an interesting article on the possible high pressure pipeline.  Arguments being heard. http://commonwealthmagazine.org/energy/sjc-hears-arguments-on-gas-pipeline-dispute/   Posted By:  Katy Shea

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BOARD OF SELECTMEN AGENDA Monday, May 9, 2016   Regular Meeting – 7:00 p.m. Selectmen’s hearing room, Town Hall   ****NOTE***** As a result of changes in the Open Meeting Law, the chair must announce at the outset of every

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Good News!

Northeast Direct Pipeline Suspended Kinder Morgan cites “inadequate capacity commitments from prospective customers” as reason for ending controversial MA pipeline project. Lynnfield, MA By JOE LIPOVICH (Patch Staff) – April 20, 2016 5:32 pm ET By TONY SCHINELLA (Patch Staff)

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Best Wishes to Lynnfield Boston Marathon Runners

Best of luck and a big congratulations to the following Lynnfield runners, participating in today’s Boston Marathon! George P. Brooks Jr. Alfred P. Buccilli Kathleen M. Ciampa Kristen A. Dorsky Daniel Kelley Jeffrey M. Morgan Pam Morin Kristan M. Murphy

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The unofficial results for Lynnfield Annual Town Election are in.

Richard Dalton has beaten out 27-year-old Michael Walsh for the open Selectman’s seat, by approximately 200 votes. Below are the unofficial results from contested elections: Board of Selectman:  Richard Dalton-933, Michael Walsh-707   Both candidates ran a great race. Mr. Dalton’s supporters came out and

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US faces ‘disastrous’ $3.4tn pension funding hole

Thank you to the Lynnfield Transparency reader who forwarded this article for posting. April 10, 2016 10:07 am Attracta Mooney ©Reuters The US public pension system has developed a $3.4tn funding hole that will pile pressure on cities and states

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