Archive for March, 2018

Lynnfield Board of Selectmen Meeting Agenda

March 18, 2018


Board/Committee Name: Board of Selectmen

Day/Date: Tuesday, March 20, 2018

Time of Meeting: 7:30 PM

Location: Al Merritt Media and Cultural Center, 600 Market Street

This meeting is being recorded and transmitted via cable television.


1. Pledge of Allegiance

2. North Shore Stars – Valley Hockey League Mite Champions

3. Road paving program for 2018

4. Dock license applications, 0 and 30 Maywood Road

5. Request for placement of bench at common

6. School Enrollment and Capacity Committee interviews

7. Report of Town Meeting Study Committee

8. Proposed library building warrant article

9. Town Administrator’s FY19 operating and capital budget proposal

10. Review of proposed warrant articles

11. Closing of annual town meeting warrant

12. Renewal of seasonal liquor licenses

13. Resignation from Recreational Path Committee

14. Request for exemption under Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 268A, Section 20 (B) for Finance Committee member with interest in Recreation Commission contract

15. Selectmen Update:

A Healthy Lynnfield (Selectman Crawford)

Recreational Path Committee (Selectman Dalton)

Senior Citizen Advisory Council (Chairman Barrett)

Market Street Advisory Committee (Selectman Dalton)

16. Town Administrator Update:  Goals/projects update

17. Public Comment:  Opportunity for residents to bring matters before the Board of Selectmen that are not on the official agenda.

18. Use of Town Facilities:  Festival of Colors, Glen Meadow Park, April 7, 2018

19. Administrative Matters  Signing of warrants

20. Request for executive session under G.L. c. 30A, §§21 (a)(6) to discuss the purchase, exchange, lease or value of real property, specifically the Sagamore Golf Course and Wills Brook development properties


MarketStreet Cineplex update

March 12, 2018

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Good news. At last Thursday’s MarketStreet Advisory Committee, the committee decided on an 11-1 vote to request National Development to submit a specific proposal, rather than have the committee develop a proposal. The motion, by Anne Mitchell, was:

I move that the MSAC, before spending any further time and resources on evaluating a general theater concept for MarketStreet as suggested by National Development,

  • request National Development to provide a specific theater proposal (which shall include the actual proposed language to amend the zoning by-law) for this Committee’s review and evaluation, and
  • after receiving and reviewing the specific theater proposal, that this Committee decide on the process for (a) reviewing the specific theater proposal from National Development, (b) conducting discovery and fact-finding on all of the relevant issues, and (c) agreeing on an advisement/recommendation on the theater proposal.

Members and the public described many issues that they believe National should answer. The issues included:

  1. Traffic
  2. Impact of Building 1350
  3. Location of future of garage
  4. Financial viability of Cineplex developer
  5. Is the theatre a pure lease or will ND be participating in profitability of the cineplex?

More details will be provided after minutes are approved.

The next steps are up to National Development.
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Market Street Movie Multiplex

March 6, 2018

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There will be NO discussion on traffic on Thursday. Only the multiplex

Market Street Advisory Committee

*Amended * AGENDA

Al Merritt Center – 600 Market Street

Thursday March 8, 2018


  1. Chairperson Bayer, calls meeting to order
  2. Agenda review, meeting goals and expectations
  3. Vote on minutes from February 22, 2018 meeting
  4. Discussion on state of retail and theatre concept presented by WS Development and National Development at February 22 meeting.
    1. Chairperson Bayer will call upon each committee member to share his/her thoughts on each of the following relative to the theatre concept.
      1. Risks/Concerns
      2. Benefits
  • More info needed
  1. Expectations for next meeting on March 22.
  2. Public Comment
  3. Adjourn
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