Historic Lynn Shore Drive...
Over the past several years, The Friends of Lynn and Nahant Beach researched the history and biology of the area and drafted initial versions of the signs. The Friends then worked with DCR staff members to finalize the content and design.
“These new signs are an excellent contribution to the public’s understanding and appreciation of this lovely stretch of coastline,” said DCR Commissioner Richard K. Sullivan Jr. “This has been a wonderful partnership with the Friends of Lynn Nahant Beach, and we at DCR are grateful for their commitment and support.”
The signs include “History of Red Rock” at Red Rock Park, “History of Egg Rock” at Woodbury Point, “History of Lynn Shore Drive” on the Lynn Shore Drive sidewalk, and “History of Lynn Beach Painters” at the Lynn-Swampscott line.
Salem State University Economic Outlook Study
Ths report was prepared for the Lynn Area Chamber of Commerce to broadly explore the economic development situation in the City of Lynn. "e aim is to gain an understanding of the community's goals and growth potentials, determine what components must exist to meet those goals, identify obstacles and provide suggestions and recommendations for future directions. "e purpose is not an extensive background on Lynn, MA, rather this study is intended to provide suggestions and recommendations and serve as a basis for formulating a strategy to capitalize on the identi!ed opportunities.
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