Voters face tough choice in
expensive repairs to fields
By Melanie Higgins
ith Town Meeting just
days away, voters in Lyn-
nfieldhavea lot tothinkabout,
and fields will take an outsized
space among those consider-
ations. According to the Mas-
spaces were high on the prior-
ity for voters, second only to
the desire for improvements
to sidewalks and roadways.
Unfortunately, it’s going to
come at a cost. At the April 4
meeting of the Board of Se-
lectmen, the Fields Commit-
tee Chairman pegged the cost
of improvements to fields at
around $6 million. Voters will
list of items proposed todeter-
mine which are most impor-
tant to them.
Officials at the meeting had
some suggestions. Selectman
Phil Crawford characterized
updates to the town’s middle
school track as the “best bang
for the buck,” and stated that
host ahomemeet infiveyears.
Superintendent Jane Trem-
blay said that improvements
were also high on the list, cit-
ing safety concerns. But near-
ly all said that not all of the ar-
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Lynnfield honors RevolutionaryWar
fallen in Patriots Day Celebration
LynnfieldAmerican Legion Post 131 honoredDaniel Townsend, the firstman fromLynnfield to
be killed in theAmericanRevolution , at the town’s Patriots’Day celebrationMonday at theOld
Burial Grounds in Lynnfield Center. American Legion Members Ron Nutter,Chuck Leach, and
John Lukas are shownat the eventwithScouts ErikBell, EmilieBell, Lorelei Eckhardt, Annabelle
Eckhardt, EllaHodsdon, ClaireHalsey, andBianca Sacco. See story and photo highlights inside
on page 4.
(Advocate photo by Ross Scabin)
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LMS “lights it up blue”
for Autism Awareness
Rachel Perrin proudly puts her handprint on the “Light It Up
Blue” wall hanging at Lynnfield Middle School at a part of
Autism Awareness Month. See story and photo highlights
inside on page 15.