Newport: 10 Questions – Read City Council candidate responses here!

2012 Newport, Rhode Island

City Council Questionnaire

(October 7, 2012)  Each election year, in its continuing efforts to inform residents of Newport about critical issues impacting our city, ALN Board Members meet and develop a list of questions on what they feel are the most important issues our community is facing. This year our subscribers and members were asked to also submit ideas for the questions. The resulting list of ten questions is posted on our website with responses from the candidates for City Council. In a similar way, questions were developed for School Committee candidates and their responses too are being posted to the ALN website.

ALN hopes that publishing the questionnaires and responses will help our community be more informed at election time.

On October 18, ALN will sponsor a public forum for City Council candidates at 6:30 in City Council chambers. Each candidate for a contested seat will be given the opportunity to make introductory remarks and answer questions prepared for the occasion. We believe seeing the candidates “in action” is important to the voting public.

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We appreciate your support and look forward to seeing you at the Forum and hearing your comments and feedback to the online questions and candidate answers on our website.

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2 thoughts on “Newport: 10 Questions – Read City Council candidate responses here!”

  1. Please ask Mr.Marco Camacho and Mr. Duncan if they would of done anything different in the handleing of the Queen Anne Square Project and then ask Mr Camacho if he would of approved the project as it was presented and Mr. Duncan why if so strongly came out against this transformation of the public park?:

  2. Will do! I hope you will come join us to hear the answers to this and many more important questions we will be asking the candidates this Thursday October 18th at City Hall. This event is free and open to the public. Doors open at 6:30pm and the questions at 7pm! Please bring at least one friend or neighbor with you! We look forward to seeing you then.

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