Archive for March, 2013

No article in the warrant

March 25, 2013

Even though we had been told that National Development would not submit an article for the multiplex, we decided to attend tonight’s Selectmens meeting to follow Ronald Regan’s motto of "Trust but verify". The selectmen closed the warrant for the April Town Meeting and it does NOT contain any articles dealing with a multiplex nor any articles submitted by National Development.

Candidates night summary

March 22, 2013

Good summary in today’s patch. More in the next few days. Gathering opinions from people who were there. If you attended and have any thoughts you want to share please post or send to info

Two Reminders

March 19, 2013

Please remember to vote at the weekly news poll if there should be a multiplex at MarketStreet. Please go to and vote NO

Please plan to attend the Candidates night on Thursday March 21st at 7:00 PM at the High School. If you plan on attending, please send us a note at info


March 18, 2013

Please remember to vote in the weekly news poll at


Candidates night is this Thursday March 21st at 7:00 PM at the HIgh School Auditorium

Transportation Study available

March 16, 2013

The transportation study from 2006-2007 is now available by clicking on the Transportation section

Weekly News Poll

March 15, 2013

The Weekly News is conducting an online poll that is aksing if you are in favor of a cinema at Market Street. You can find the poll at:

Pi Day

March 14, 2013

Today is Pi Day. An annual celebration for the mathematically inclined. More can be found at:

Response to Patch postings today

March 13, 2013

There were a few posting today in the Patch and I responded with the following.

"It is important to remember that we are first and foremost asking National Development to Honor the Agreement that they and approximately 1/3 of the town voters agreed to in 2007 that there would not be a cinema and that the maximum square feet is 395,000 sq ft.

Voting No on the cinema is an affirmation of that Agreement.

Over the past six years, when we have approached the Board of Selectmen, Planning Board and other governmental bodies, we have been asked "Is it in writing", if it isn’t they can’t help you. The agreement is in writing and says no cinema and 395,000 sq st. Let’s Preserve Lynnfield."

Great Letter in the Patch today

March 12, 2013

There is a great letter in the Patch today by 59 people throughout Lynnfield about why National Development should completely withdraw the proposed 1,000 seat multiplex. Read it at:

National Development delaying article till Fall Town Meeting

March 7, 2013

This is a posting on the MarketStreet Facebook page. It appears that National Development is going to wait until the Fall Town Meeting to try and push the article through town meeting. More later

This is the text on Facebook. An image is also attached.

To all our MarketStreet Lynnfield fans and supporters:

We are committed to picking a cinema operator that best fits the Lynnfield community and our vision for a Town Center. We are still finalizing our provider and the details of our proposal and because of the brief window of time before April Town Meeting, we are asking Lynnfield voters to approve the addition of our Town Center Cinema at Fall Town Meeting on October 21st, 2013.

For more information, please see the attached letter from Ted Tye.

We thank everyone for their continued support of the project and we assure you that we remain committed to bringing Lynnfield the best possible Town Center Cinema to MarketStreet. We continue to look forward to MarketStreet’s grand opening by Labor Day!

– The MarketStreet Lynnfield Team