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The #1 Selling Real Estate Office in Lynnfield* *MLSPIN data 1/1/18-6/19/2018 LYNNFIELD WEEKLY LYNNFIELD REDUCED $1,199,000 Debbie Caniff 617-771-2827 LYNNFIELD OPEN SUN 11:30 - 1 $699,900 Nikki Cappadona-Martin 781-710-1440 PEABODY $279,900 Evelyn Rockas 617-256-8500 LYNNFIELD $799,000 Louise Bova-Touchette 617-605-0555 MIDDLETON $969,900 Rossetti/Poti Team 781-718-4662 SEPTEMBER 27, 2018 • VOL. 62, NO. 39 IN THE NEWS Page 2 Lynnfield kicks off tree photo contest Page 7 Home remedy memories Page 9 Bocchino is new girls basketball coach PRSRT STD ECRWSSEDDM U.S. POSTAGE PAID PERMIT #168 WOBURN, MA POSTAL CUSTOMER LYNNFIELD, MA 01940 SERVING THE COMMUNITY SINCE 1957 Judge upholds ban on short-term rentals NEWS 16 PAGES • ONE DOLLAR Girl Scout has an eye for open spaces By Thomas Grillo Lucy Madden will receive a Girl Scout Gold Award in October for her work to highlight the town’s underused open spaces and has won praise from the Conservation Commission. “Lynnfield has many open spaces for the community to enjoy, but most people are unaware of the opportunities for hiking and enjoying nature,” said the 17-year-old Lynnfield High School student. In addition to receiving the Girl Scout’s highest achievement award, Paul Martindale, the Conservation Commission’s chairman, has presented a certificate of appreciation to the Lynnfield High School senior for updating the town’s Open Space & Recreation Plan. Madden’s project started more than a year ago when she read an interview with the former open space director who talked about how Lynnfield had many recreational spaces but few residents knew where they are located. “I thought it would be a good project to take on because letting people know about the open space resources here would really impact my community,” she said. “I didn’t even know about some of those spaces until I researched it.” She launched the project with a town-wide 10-question PHOTO COURTESY OF TONY LUONG Alex Styller, inside his former Lynnfield home he leased for a weekend where a Randolph survey, and created a “Lynnfield man was shot to death. Story, page 3. OPEN SPACES, PAGE 3 The #1 Selling Real Estate Office in Lynnfield* WINTHROP SOLD | $610,000 MIDDLETON $1,299,999 BOSTON $999,900 LYNNFIELD NEW | $634,900 SEABROOK N.H. $615,000 *MLSPIN data 1/1/18-6/19/2018 Carole Rocha 781-462-7067 Karen Johnson 781-367-8482 Louise Bova-Touchette 617-605-0555 Joyce Cucchiara 978-808-1597 Rossetti/Poti Team 781-718-4662