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No swimming sign unveiled at Stacey’s Brook

A sign warning people about swimming in Stacey's Brook has been placed at King's Beach on the Lynn/Swampscott line thanks to a joint effort by Lynn, Swampscott, DCR, and Save the Harbor/Save the Bay. On hand for the unveiling of the sign is, from left, DCR Regional Interpretive Coordinator Barbara Buls, DCR Assistant Deputy Commissioner Susan Hamilton, Save the Harbor/Save the Bay Executive Director Chris Mancini, state representative-elect Jenny Armini, state Rep. Peter Capano, state Sen. Brendan Crighton, Lynn Mayor Jared Nicholson, Swampscott Town Administrator Sean Fitzgerald, and state Rep. Dan Cahill. (Spenser Hasak)
LYNN — The state delegation met with local officials Tuesday morning at Stacey’s Brook near the Lynn–Swampscott town line to unveil a new sign, printed in both English and Spanish, urging beachgoers not to swim in the waters, and explaining why the water is not safe for swimming when the beach is closed. On the…

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