Selectmen OK Request For Musicians At Ninety-Nine

No more than four musicians could play, volume must be reasonable and music kept inside.

Lynnfield Town Hall (Bill Laforme Photo)
Lynnfield Town Hall (Bill Laforme Photo)

Lynnfield selectmen have approved a request by the Ninety-Nine Restaurant on Salem Street to allow up to a four piece band to play on Friday or Saturday evenings.

Appearing at the selectmen’s meeting this week, Alan Kerr, general managing partner at the Lynnfield Ninety-Nine, cited the increasingly competitive atmosphere for local restaurants, and originally was only seeking permission to have musicians play on Friday evening. He also noted that the restaurant does not currently have space for an actual band.

Selectmen voted to allow up to four musicians to perform at a time at the restaurant, contingent on the music staying in the building and at a reasonable volume. Musicians will be allowed to play on Fridays and Saturdays between 6 and 10 p.m.


Ernie Hutchins January 30, 2014 at 11:01 AM
Nikki....We are going to try and make it. Hope you get this. Read that Patch is going through some big changes....
Nikki January 30, 2014 at 12:07 PM
I'd love to meet you, Ernie, when you come back "home"...I don't know too many people who have a street named after them, lol! Have not read anything about changes to Patch. Maybe Bill can tell us more about this??
Ernie Hutchins January 30, 2014 at 12:33 PM
Nikki...You can read the news release on Fox Business News web site...just plug in Patch. My email is erniehutchins@comcast.net I could let you know if and when we get back to town.
Nikki January 30, 2014 at 03:03 PM
Thanks for this info, Ernie. It does not sound good. Am hoping we hear something from Bill that he is o.k. He is the best editor! I'd hate to see our local site disappear. I'm going to send an email to you so you'll have mine.
Ernie Hutchins January 30, 2014 at 03:10 PM
Nikki...Bill has moved over to the Peabody/Lynnfield Weekly News website. Sounds like a great fit!


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