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The School Committee has approved a recommended revised budget projecting $163,185,410 in revenues and $163,127,659 in expenses, thereby achieving a $57,751 surplus for the current fiscal year (FY … more
IMPOSES A DEADLINE: Rep. K. Joseph Shekarchi told …
The man who led the car tax revolt says all that is needed to bring equity to motor vehicle valuations is the change of a couple of words in the law. Rob Cote of Warwick told the Rhode Island … more
BRANDING: Mayor Scott Avedisian points to one of …
Mayor Scott Avedisian, state Department of Transportation Director Peter Alviti Jr., Secretary of Commerce Stefan Pryor and Kelly Fredericks, president and CEO of the Rhode Island Airport … more
LANDLORD DISPUTE: Alisa Paykos-Theurer, the owner …
For just over two years Bow chika Wow Town has served not only the dog community of Warwick but dog owners from across the state. Now their business may just be in jeopardy and they are turning … more
EXPLAINING THE CONTRACT: Michael O’Connell of …
Some members of the City Council are saying they won’t pay the bill, even though the work has been performed as requested and, evidently, at a savings over what was budgeted. At stake is an … more
This is the time for budgets and in the next week the mayor and school officials will pay close attention to what Gov. Gina Raimondo advances as a state-spending plan. “We want to protect what … more
COSTING LESS TO BUILD: Mayor Scott Avedisian …
Building permits for projects costing $250,000 and more will cost about 20 percent less than they currently do under a new fee schedule worked out by the mayor and the Rhode Island Builders … more
To the Editor: Barry Nordin’s letter in the Nov. 25 Beacon asked, “Questions and are there answers?” Well, here is my answer to one of his insulting and scurrilous questions concerning … more
KEN BLOCK
Ken Block is a numbers man, and he’s been in politics long enough to know the numbers can say different things depending on how they are interpreted. That’s why he’s not surprised by some of … more
STILL BURIED: Portions of the sidewalk on Sandy …
Many sidewalks are still obscured by mounds of snow, even though city ordinances require abutting property owners to shovel them or face a $100 fine. And this evening, City Municipal Court Judge … more
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