LYNN NEWS ROUND-UP
JULY 28, 2020
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Tune into our Government Channel tonight (Tuesday, July 28, 2020) at 7PM for our live broadcast of the Lynn Zoning Board of Appeals.
Watch on TV (Comcast: 22 / Verizon: 37) or online (website or Facebook)
The public isn’t allowed into the Council Chambers during this meeting. To find out how to participate from home please click here.
Updates to Salvation Army Food Pantry Rules and Guidelines
The Salvation Army have announced several changes to their food pantry’s procedure. Please click on the fliers below to see their full-resolution image.
Census Week on Facebook
As a member of the “Complete Census Committee”, along with Mayor McGee & City Clerk Janet Rowe, we are dedicating one week to promote the 2020 Census every day on our Facebook page!
We invite you to share these posts to help spread the word on how important it is to complete your 2020 Census. Our City deserves the best schools, health care, housing, childcare, transportation, and political representation. Filling out the Census is a big factor in determining funding and how many representatives in government we receive.
The Federal Census is a snapshot of who we are as a nation. There are billions of federal funds available to cities and towns. We all need to be counted to get our share, so please help us spread the word!
Back in February we released a short PSA we worked on with City of Lynn Election Chief & City Clerk Janet Rowe that shows why it’s important to fill out the Census & how information is kept confidential for over 7 decades. watch it on Facebook by clicking here.
It has never been easier to respond to the Census on your own! This year you can fill it out online at www.2020census.gov, over the phone by calling 844-330-2020, or by mail.
There are even 13 language options available, several listed below with more on their website. 91+million households in the country have responded so far!
“Art in The Park” event this Friday
Take a socially-distant stroll through the Lynn Museum/LynnArts park to view an outdoor art gallery featuring works from local artists!
Per the state’s guidelines, and for the health and safety of others, capacity will be limited. We encourage viewers to enter through the gates on Union Street and exit through the Museum Courtyard on Washington Street.
Masks are required. We will have hand sanitizer stations available, and the Museum will be open for bathroom/hand wash use.
From Mayor McGee’s office: The Lynn Public Health Department has confirmed that as of today, the number of active, confirmed positive COVID-19 cases is 479 with 50 new cases today. 3,311 Lynn residents have recovered and 110 have died. The total number of confirmed positive COVID-19 cases in Lynn since March 21, 2020, including those who have died and recovered, is 3,900. Please visit the new City of Lynn COVID-19 Data Dashboard which is updated daily.
Today, the City of Lynn is reporting 50 new COVID-19 cases. The Lynn Department of Public Health has confirmed that the increase is due to a delay in reporting results from the COVID-19 test lab. These tests were conducted since last Monday, July 20th at the two “Stop the Spread” Testing Sites at the Lynn Community Health Center and the Health Innovations Mobile site.
STOP THE SPREAD Initiative:
Please visit http://www.ci.lynn.ma.us/