Angell Memorial Fountain


In the midst of Broad Street, there isn't much green space fronted for the neighborhood, except when we come across a little island at the intersection of Nahant Street.  On this little green is an historic monument in need of repair.  The Angell Memorial Fountain was erected by citizens and school children of Lynn in the early nineteen hundreds in memory of George T. Angell, who founded Angell Memorial Hospital in Boston for animals.  The fountain once served as a horse trough, in the period of its day.  Here is an opportunity to apply for grants to restore the monument, add benches, flowered patches, create aesthetic pedestrian friendly crosswalks to this little green space for the community and improve another gateway through Lynn and to downtown's center.  








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