As Rhode Island Secretary of State, I have made it a priority to encourage all Rhode Islanders to get involved in the civic process at every level of government.
Some environmentalists claim that one solution to climate change is to take power from the companies that generate the energy needed to run our economy and maintain our standard of living, and give it to municipal agencies. They say local control would benefit consumers.
You may have heard of a small group of individuals in NK who are promoting an enormously wasteful new construction project being sold to the citizens of NK as the “Save Our Town Hall” initiative.
Citizens of North Kingstown, get to the polls for the special election on Nov. 5 and vote in support of both Questions 1 and 2. North Kingstown has an opportunity, by supporting both of these bond questions, to make civic improvements that begin to address years of neglect.
I watched the Narragansett Town Council Meeting on Monday, Oct. 7, and I find the podium speaker identification process to be too lax.
As a committed North Kingstown citizen, I find it beneficial to keep up on new town rules and regulations as to more fully immerse myself in my community.
The good people of North Kingstown have typically been very generous, with respect to making decisions on bond approvals for various town related issues, so it came as no surprise that voters approved $5,000,000 to be spent on the “renovation and restoration” of the Town Hall.
It is fall in South Kingstown. That means it is time to purchase Pumpkins With a Purpose to support Welcome House in its mission to end homelessness in South County.
Yes, there is a plan for our 1888 Town Hall. This plan, a product of DBVW Architects, was developed through a months-long process that involved the evaluation of existing conditions, a determination of needs (space), concept development, and creation of a budget based on the primary conceptual plan.