Grand Army of The Republic Recipient of 2019 Roving Archivist Program Grant
LYNN, MA – The Friends of the Grand Army of the Republic, Lynn and the Civil War Roundtable of Lynn are pleased to announce that we are a 2019 recipient of the Roving Archivist Program Grant.
Sponsored by the Massachusetts State Historical Record Advisory Board (SHRAB) through funding from the National Historical Publications and Records Commission (NHPRC), the Roving Archivist Program provides Massachusetts institutions, both public and private, that contain historical records, with access to a professional archivist who lends advice on policies, procedures, arrangement, and description of records, preservation planning and emergency preparedness.
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Construction Will Begin to Complete Northern Strand Community Trail
LYNN, MA – The Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs, along with the Cities of Everett, Lynn, Malden, and Revere and the Town of Saugus announced today that construction on remaining sections of the Northern Strand community trail will begin. The completed project will result in a transportation and recreation corridor of about 11.5 miles from the Mystic River to the Lynn shoreline, connecting the communities of Everett, Malden, Revere, Saugus, and Lynn. Through the Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs’ Gateway City Parks program, the Baker-Polito Administration has invested more than $15 million to design, permit, and construct the Northern Strand.
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Contact: Michael Bertino, Chief Financial Officer
Elyse Fannon, City Treasurer
Tel: (781) 598-4000
City of Lynn, MA $7,580,000 State Qualified Bonds Net 1.295%; Refunding saves $753,903
The City of Lynn announced that it received competitive bids from bond underwriters on Wednesday, January 22, 2020, for a $7,580,000 15-year general obligation state qualified bond issue. BNYMellon Capital Markets was the winning bidder on the Bonds with an average net interest rate of 1.295%. The City received a total of 5 bids on the Bonds. Bond proceeds will be used to fund the purchase of various heavy equipment and will refinance bonds of the City originally issued July 15, 2008 and April 1, 2010.
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