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2016 – City of Newport and Rhode Island Candidates List

  NEWPORT CITY COUNCIL AT-LARGE (4 to be elected) Jamie Bova John Florez (Incumbent) Claude Andrews Lavarre Justin S. McLaughlin (Incumbent) Jeanne-Marie Napolitano (Incumbent) Benjamin S. Kessler Harry Winthrop Kimberly L. Shute WARD 1 COUNCILOR (1 to be elected) Marco T. Camacho (Incumbent) Susan D. Taylor WARD 2 COUNCILOR (1 to be elected) Lynne Underwood Ceglie (Incumbent) WARD 3 COUNCILOR (1 to be elected) Kathryn E. Leonard (Incumbent) SCHOOL COMMITTEE – AT LARGE (7 to be elected) Sandra J. Flowers (Incumbent) Jo Eva Gaines (Incumbent) Adrienne Clemente Haylor Thomas S. Phelan Kathleen M. Silvia (Incumbent) David C. Hanos, JR. (Incumbent) Rebecca Bolan  (Incumbent) Jennifer Jackson Henry Kniskern David Carlin Raymond Gomes David Eikeland Francis D. Landry, JR. Timoth W. Donnelly Robert Leary Marci O’ Sullivan Stephen B. Turcotte Senate District 12 (1 to be elected) Lois DiPalma – Democrat (Incumbent) Richard Rom – Republican Amy Veri – Republican Senate District 13 (1 to be elected) M. Theresa Paiva-Weed (Incumbent) Sav Rebecci – Filed in Jamestown House District 75 (1 to be elected) Lauren H. Carson – Democrat (Incumbent) Michael Warren Smith – Independent   REP 73 (1 to be elected) Marvin L. Abney (Incumbent) – Filed 6/28  


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Posted by NewportAlliance - June 29, 2016 at 9:13 pm

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June 2016 City of Newport Rhode Island planning initiative updates

PLANNING UNDERWAY IN NEWPORT As of 6/20/16 The City of Newport, Rhode Island has numerous concurrent planning initiatives underway which are compiled in the list below. Click each link to “learn more”. Newport’s Strategic Plan: This document will look at how to allocate Newport’s personnel and resources for the next five years. Officials hope the plan will be ready later this year. 10 Year Comprehensive Land Use Plan: This document involves land use and the city’s long-term physical development. The original finish date was set for June 1, 2016. That has been delayed to the fall. Broadway Streetscape: Target date for finishing major work on sidewalks and parking areas is now July 4, 2016. Finishing touches will take a little longer. Broadway Project Lower Thames/Spring Streetscape: After a third public workshop in late May, Newport’s consultant, Vanasse Hangen Brustlin, is developing a long-term vision for Thames and Spring. The target date for completion of that work and laying out the project’s next steps is this fall. These are preliminary planning stages, with funding yet to be secured. Thames & Spring Streetscape Improvements Project Open Space Master Plan: The plan, concerning trees, parks and open spaces, is to be finished by consultants Sasaki Associates by […]


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Posted by NewportAlliance - June 20, 2016 at 10:46 pm

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