Browsing All Posts filed under »Health and Safety«

Message on a Telephone Pole

May 19, 2013


  This message was found tacked to a telephone pole on the corner or Eastern Ave. and Erie St. Check out Lynn Happens for more sightings of these anonymously posted signs in the city. Advertisements

Where Do We Go From Here? Toward a Sustainable Solution.

July 7, 2012


I’ve noticed a definite improvement in the way residents in my neighborhood are putting their trash out since we first called attention to the rat problem 2 weeks ago. Most bags are being placed on top of trash cans instead of on the sidewalk. At 68 Essex, there have been no signs of life. There […]

Ordinance Committee Agenda Tuesday, June 26

June 25, 2012


Click on the link below to read the Ordinance Committee Agenda for Tuesday, June 26 at 6:30 PM in Room 402. If you’re interested in making Lynn a cleaner, healthier city, a place you’re proud to live in, show up for the discussion of a proposed amendment to an ordinance regulating storage and disposal of […]

Meekos the Mouse, Meet Ricky the Rat

June 24, 2012


9 Inches of Rat

June 23, 2012


I hate to post this when so much that is good in commerce and the arts is going on in Lynn today, but feel that these events have their skillful promoters and word is getting out. Still I don’t think this is going to ruin their party. I may even attend Open DTL. I live […]

Rat Tales

June 20, 2012


[The following letter was sent by me to the Lynn Item to follow up on their story Rat Problem Real to these Lynners. I was one of the Lynners interviewed for the story. I just read the Item Live. Let me know if you see my letter published in the print edition.] “The truth hurts,” […]

Create Safe Communities Using Tip411

March 26, 2011


From the Lynn Police Department’s website: The Lynn Police Department has launched tip411, an internet based tool that enables the public to send text messages and anonymous tips to police.  Tips received through the service will be reviewed and assigned to the appropriate section of the department that deals with the subject of the tip.  […]