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Within about six weeks, town expects to be offering meeting minutes and agendas online.
New regulations from state will go into effect May 24. In Lynnfield, one possibility could be a zoning by-law similar to the adult entertainment by-law.
Legislation filed in aftermath of John Burbine arrest aims to fix weaknesses in the state's sex offender registry system.
With available space at a premium in Lynnfield, the future of Reedy Meadow Golf Course has been coming up
Town's primary elections reflected statewide outcomes.
Town meeting is a form of government that dates back to the earliest days of America. It's technically one of the purest forms of democracy. What is its place in the future?
Balloting, as usual, is at Lynnfield High School from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. Republican and Democratic primaries underway for special Senate election.
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Medical marijuana moratorium, auto excise tax exemption for active duty overseas military personnel also approved.
Town meeting is Monday, April 29th. Proposed moratorium would last until July, 2014 or until release of state guidelines.
Tom Terranova will be available to meet with town residents late Thursday afternoon at Old Meeting House, says "being elected is just getting to the starting line."
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