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ALN forum – RIPTA/City proposal Newport Gateway Visitor’s Center Oct. 15th 6:30pm

DATE: Thursday, October 15 TIME: 6:30-8PM LOCATION: Newport Gateway Visitor’s Center | 23 America’s Cup Ave, Newport, RI 02840 WHAT: The Alliance for a Livable Newport is hosting a public forum to review and provide feedback on the RIPTA/City proposal for repairs and resiliency improvement to the exterior of the Newport Gateway and Visitors’ Center. Interested parties are encouraged to submit comments to Speakers: * Jeanne-Marie Napolitano, Mayor, City of Newport * Evan Smith – Discover Newport CEO * Lillian Shuey Picchione – RIPTA, Director of Capital Development General Project Goals: * Restore overhead passenger protection * Reduce surface runoff from the site in order to minimize the impact on Newport’s sewer system and also to mitigate flooding in future storms * Bring the facility up to industry standards for an intermodal hub – including improvements in lighting, signage and other features that will make it easier for the public to make their transit connections * Respect the facility’s importance to the State’s tourism industry and its local impact by giving special attention to design and aesthetics Project information available can be found here: ( ) Background – General Project Goals – Funding – Progress to Date


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Posted by NewportAlliance - October 6, 2015 at 9:44 am


City of Newport – Comprehensive Land Use Plan Update Kick-Off Meeting, October 13th WHEN: Tuesday October 13th  6:30-8:30pm WHERE: Pell School | 35 Dexter St., Newport RI The City of Newport and the Planning Board are in process of updating the Newport Comprehensive Land Use Plan. This update includes only the updating of data and statistics to keep the document that was adopted in 2004 in compliance with current State requirements. The State of Rhode Island has issued new requirements for municipalities to include in their next Comprehensive Plan. After the data revisions are complete and adopted, Newport will begin the process of reviewing and revising the entire document to bring it in compliance with the new State regulations that go into effect as of June 1st, 2016. The following links contain the 2004 Comprehensive Land Use Plan as adopted in 2004 by the City Council. This document forms the legal basis for all land use decisions made by the City as well as Zoning Ordinances and Land Development – Subdivision Regulations. All Zoning and Land Development Amendments enacted must be in compliance with the adopted Comprehensive Land Use Plan. Title Page – Table of Contents Element 1 – Executive Summary Element 2 – Land Use Element 2 – Appendices Element 3 – Housing […]


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Posted by NewportAlliance - October 5, 2015 at 8:33 pm


ALN public forum – Newport’s Department of Public Services 10/6 @ 5:30 Newport Public Library

The first in a series of public forums sponsored by The Alliance for a Livable Newport – Please JOIN US! DATE: Tuesday, October 6 TIME: 5:30-7PM LOCATION: Newport Public Library Program Room WHAT: The Alliance for a Livable Newport to present a community forum featuring Newport’s Department of Public Services ( which is responsible for maintaining the City’s infrastructure and providing essential services. Following a presentation, members of the department will answer questions from the audience. Just who is responsible for: Potholes? Parking? Tree cutting? Snowplowing? Beach maintenance? Garbage bins? Graffiti? Street sweeping? Sidewalks? Grass mowing? Traffic control? City basketball courts? Speakers: William Riccio, Director of Public Services along with * Scott Wheeler: Buildings and Grounds Supervisor * William Boardman: City Engineer * Erik Reis: Beach Manager * Ed Harrigan: Recreation Administrator * Maureen McManus: Clean City Coordinator Public Services Include: * The Operations Administration Division. * The Clean City Program manages the collection of solid waste, yard waste, recycling and litter. * Traffic Control Division installs and maintains all traffic control devices and pavement markings. * The Streets and Sidewalks Division maintains the streets and sidewalks. * The Engineering Services Division reviews and inspects all work within the City’s rights […]


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Posted by NewportAlliance - October 5, 2015 at 8:24 pm

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