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Archive for July, 2014

Listen now! RIPR interviews Jane Howington – departing Newport RI City Manager

Newport City Manager Cites Difficult City Council In Decision To Step Down. Rhode Island Public Radio’s Elisabeth Harrison sat down with her at her office in City Hall to find out why she resigned and what lies ahead for Newport. http://ripr.org/post/newport-city-manager-cites-difficult-city-council-decision-step-down#comment-1502168126    By Elisabeth Harrison Tomorrow is the last day on the job for Newport City Manager Jane Howington. She’s taken a similar job in Ohio after 2 and a half years running Newport City government. Howington leaves amid reports of friction with the Newport City Council.   Jane Howington in her Newport office. Credit Elisabeth Harrison / RIPR       Related articles Hudson selects city manager

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Posted by NewportAlliance - July 24, 2014 at 9:46 pm

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The Newport Daily News says; “Let charter proposals go to voters!”

Sign the petition here! http://newportalliance.org/sign-the-petition-asking-newport-city-council-to-allow-voters-to-decide-ward-representation-issues/ Published in The Newport Daily News, Tuesday, July 22, 2014  Since last November, a Charter Review Commission has been meeting regularly, including holding a number of public hearings, to discuss potential changes to Newport’s charter.  But earlier this month, the City Council by a 5-2 vote rejected the commission’s major recommendations, including changing the number of voting wards in the city and how School Committee members would be elected. “There is not much left of our recommendations,” Isabel Griffith, commission chairwoman, said after the July 10 vote. “Obviously, the City Council members feel they know better than ourselves what is best for us.” The council will get a chance to change its mind this week, when the recommendations will come up for reconsideration during its meeting Wednesday night. We hope it will reverse course and send all 20 recommendations to voters on Nov. 4. Any personal objections council members may have with the recommendations should not interfere with the decision to send the proposed amendments to voters. Earlier this year, for example, council members speedily approved asking voters to approve table games for Newport Grand, regardless of their individual stances on gambling, citing the “people’s right […]

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Posted by NewportAlliance - July 22, 2014 at 1:08 pm

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Sign the Petition – asking Newport City Council to allow voters to decide ward representation issues.

Your voice, your opinion, your community matters! ACT NOW to show your support – read the details below. Scroll down to see Organizations and Individuals Signing a Statement of Support Scroll down to read the entire Letter to Members of the Newport City Council Please SIGN the PETITION to show your support! *your personal information (email address) will NEVER be shared with anyone. To:      Members of the City Council of Newport, RI From:  Citizens of Newport, RI Re:      City Council decision not to allow certain recommendations from the Charter Review Commission to be placed on the ballot (Changes related to Sections 2-1; 3-4; 3-7; and 8-2 of the Charter) As organizations and individuals that work with citizens and groups all across Newport, we wish to express our disappointment and disagreement with the City Council’s decision in its meeting on July 9th with regard to the recommendations provided by the Charter Review Commission (CRC).   We feel that that decision by the council to reject four of the CRC’s recommendations concerning the number of ward versus at large council seats and the application of wards to the School Committee and not allow these recommendations to go in front of the voters on the ballot […]

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Posted by NewportAlliance - July 21, 2014 at 10:48 pm

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The League of Women Voters says “Charter proposals should go to Newport voters”!

  The League of Women Voters (http://www.lwvri.org) believes that a democratic government depends upon informed and active participation of its citizens and that government should be responsive to the will of the people. The Newport City Council followed these principles when it appointed the Charter Review Commission, made up of representative group of citizens, to review the city’s charter. The charge to the committee — according to Mayor Harry Winthrop, who was quoted in The Newport Daily News — was to not be afraid of “hot button” issues. The commission went to work and made every effort to engage the community. League members attended commission meetings and later hearings about the proposed changes. The commission worked hard, listened, reflected, and responded to the concerns of city employees, elected officials, committee and commission members, and citizens. The commission did its duty. At its July 9 meeting, the City Council reacted to the commission’s efforts by voting against including on the November ballot any of the substantive recommendations presented by the commission, in particular proposed changes in Newport’s system of electing council and school board members, an issue that came up often at the Charter Review Commission meetings and hearings. The league did not expect […]

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Posted by NewportAlliance - July 21, 2014 at 4:05 pm

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The Finance Review Committee (FRC) and Charter Review Commission (CRC)

ALN Hosts Finance and Charter Panels By Barry Bridges The Finance Review Committee (FRC) and Charter Review Commission (CRC) recently discussed their findings in a public forum sponsored by Alliance for a Livable Newport. After months of work, their reports were presented to City Council on May 28 and are presently under consideration. The FRC, under the leadership of Ronald Becker, compiled a lengthy list of ideas for city leaders with the goal of creating efficiencies and saving money. The recommendations were grouped into broad categories of city services, schools, financial planning, tax exempt property, tourism, and salaries and benefits. Concerning the schools, the FRC proposed creating a dedicated grant-writing position; combining the city and school finance functions under one department; improving communications through the city/school liaison subcommittee; and implementing strategies to reduce high per-pupil expenditures. Other ideas included pursuing payments-in-lieu-of-taxes from tax exempt entities and increasing parking meter revenues by expanding hours and street coverage. The panel also offered specific changes to pensions and medical benefits to improve Newport’s bottom line. Becker emphasized that at this point, all of the proposals are recommendations for action by the council. The committee hopes to receive steady progress reports on the status […]

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Posted by NewportAlliance - July 4, 2014 at 9:56 am

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A call to action for all Newport voters – PROTECT YOUR RIGHT TO DECIDE!

This past May, the Newport City Council received the reports it commissioned from two groups of volunteer residents. One group is the Finance Review Committee (FRC), tasked with coming up with ideas to reduce the City’s expenses and increase its revenues. The last such committee was commissioned over twenty years ago. The other group is the Charter Review Commission (CRC), tasked with performing a thorough review of the City’s Charter and suggesting opportunities for improvements. This review is required by law to be performed at least once every ten years. The last such review was conducted eight years ago. Both groups expanded upon their reports at a workshop with the Council earlier this month. Also, both groups discussed their proposals at a public forum sponsored by The Alliance for a Livable Newport (ALN) on June 24. The video of these presentations is available for viewing on The Alliance for a Livable Newport’s website at http://newportalliance.org/videos/ Or – http://vimeo.com/99599695 OR Cox TV, Channel 18 at 7pm this Thursday, July 3. The City Council must first turn its attention to the CRC’s report. The proposals contained in this report must be approved by the Council to appear on the November ballot, since […]

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Posted by NewportAlliance - July 1, 2014 at 4:02 pm

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