LYNN – When the World Wide Web and the “Information Super Highway” sped off in 1995, domain names were being purchased by the thousands. Within a few years, many municipalities had their own domain name and website to disseminate information to the public. Lynn was no exception.
However, their website now has a new look with plans to update area happenings often, along with daily lunch menus from Mava’s Café and Lid’s. There is also a way for customers to pay their water bills. The website is townoflynn.org.
The website and hosting at a cost of $200 per year were approved at the town’s regularly scheduled meeting on Monday, April 19. The website was set up by Lynn Police Chief Bryan Kirkpatrick through the domain and hosting giant GoDaddy.
“We appreciate Chief Kirkpatrick for setting the website up for the Town of Lynn,” Clerk Marcia Manasco said. “He did a good job. We are going to use the website to keep it updated on things like the Christmas parade or events going on in the town. If customers want, they can pay their water bill online with a credit or debit card using Next Bill Pay.”
Already listed in the upcoming events is a vaccination clinic.
“Lakeland Community Hospital will have COVID-19 vaccines on May 27,” Manasco stated.
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