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Lynnfield hits the roads for repairs

Lynnfield has $758,000 to do road repairs, repaving and traffic safety work, including setting up a “your speed” indicator sign. Summer Street is slated for pedestrian safety-related work in front of Breed Middle School. (Olivia Falcigno)
LYNNFIELD — The town has $758,000 to spend on repairs planned for eight streets, beginning in August, and on high technology aimed at slowing speeders.  State Rep. Bradley Jones and state Sen. Brendan Crighton supported a state-wide Chapter 90 bond authorization for $408,304 to help pay for local road projects.  Town Meeting approved spending $350,000…

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