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Date Posted:  April 13, 2018

 

CITY OF EAST PROVIDENCE

RHODE ISLAND

DOCKET OF REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING

April 17, 2018

6:45 P.M.

Council Chambers, City Hall, 145 Taunton Avenue, East Providence, RI 02914

6:45 P.M. Council May Call An Executive Session, Room 101

7:30 P.M. Open Session

 

I.                   EXECUTIVE SESSION

 

The City Council of the City of East Providence may meet in Executive Session pursuant to RI General Laws § 42-46-5 (a)(2).

 

A.    Claims

1.      Allstate Insurance (Ins: Edward Kollette)

2.      Timothy J. Conley

3.      John Cunningham

4.      Jean Gordon

5.      Robert Kennedy

6.      Pierce Field Vandalism

7.      Progressive Casualty Ins. Co. (Ins: Eric Auger)

8.      Donna M. Remington

9.      Kathleen A. Santos

 

B.     Sewer Charge Abatements

1. Olga Boyd-Brites

2. Kristin Cadoret

3. Ronald L. McGreen

4. Elaine T. Medeiros

 

C.    Request for Approval of Agreement between City of East Providence the International Brotherhood of Police Officers Local Number 569.

 

II.                OPEN SESSION

 

III.             CALL TO ORDER

 

IV.             SALUTE TO THE FLAG Video Icon

 

V.                TO APPROVE THE CONSENT CALENDAR Video Icon

 

All items under “CONSENT CALENDAR” are considered to be of a routine and noncontroversial nature by the City Council and will be enacted by one motion.  There will be no separate discussion on these items unless a Council member so requests, in which event, the item will be removed from the “CONSENT CALENDAR” and will be considered in its normal sequence on the docket.

 

A.    Letters

1.      Town of Barrington Resolution in opposition to the Governor’s FY2019 Budget Request, Article 1-Quasi- Public Reserve Transfers and Article 10-Quasi-Public Reserve Transfers.

2.      North Smithfield School Committee Resolutions in opposition to Contract Continuation and Binding Arbitration and in support of School Construction General Obligation Referendum and a referendum amending Article XII to be placed before the voters.

3.      Town of Charlestown Resolution in support of the removal of the “Sunset” Provision regarding the residential Mortgage Foreclosure Mediation and in support of H7769 and S2751 an act relating to the subdivision of land and in opposition to S2413 an act relating to zoning ordinances. 

4.      Exeter-West Greenwich Regional School District Resolution in support of School Construction General Obligation Referendum. 

5.      CRMC notice for Shoreline Change Special Area Management Plan (Beach SAMP)

 

B.     Alcoholic Beverage Class F

St Mary Academy Bay View, 3070 Pawtucket Avenue (02915) Fundraiser Manhattan at the Bay, April 26-27, 2018, Erin Hanna. 

 

C.    Alcoholic Beverage Class F-1

St Mary Academy Bay View, 3070 Pawtucket Avenue (02915) Fundraiser 35th Anniversary MATB Part 2, April 28, 2018, Erin Hanna. 

 

D.    Council Journals

 

1.      Council Journal Special Meeting March 28, 2018

2.      Council Journal Regular Meeting April 3, 2018

3.      Council Journal Special Meeting April 5, 2018

 

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VI.             PROCLAMATIONS AND PRESENTATIONS Video Icon

 

A.    A Posthumous Proclamation for  Mayor Roland Grant - Mayor Briden

 

State of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations

City of East Providence

Proclamation

WHEREAS,               Roland Grant was a member of the East Providence City Council from 1990-2006 and served as Mayor for two terms; and

 

WHEREAS,               Mayor Grant was a member of the East Providence Police Department for 35 years retiring as a Corporal. He was past president of the FOP Lodge #1 and the Rhode Island Police Officers Emerald Society and in 1988 was the Rhode Island Police Officer of the year as well as serving as a crisis intervention officer for East Bay Mental Health; and

WHEREAS,               Mayor Grant served his country honorably during the Korean War and later earned his Master’s Degree from Salve Regina University where he taught Criminal Justice; and

 

WHEREAS,               In addition to his City employment and Council duties he also served as a member of the Hibernians, RI Irish Famine Memorial and member of the Knights of Columbus Council #1528 where he served as Grand Knight.   

 

NOW THEREFORE, I, James Briden, Mayor of the City of East Providence, on behalf of the entire City Council, do hereby posthumously present this proclamation of recognition to the Grant Family for:

 

Roland Grant

 

Given under my hand and seal of the City this seventeenth day of April two thousand eighteen.

 

Attest: 

                                                                                               

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Kim A. Casci-Palangio                                                                            James A. Briden

        City Clerk                                                                                                  Mayor

 

VII.          COMMUNICATIONS Video Icon

 

A.    Samantha Burnett, 304 Wilson Avenue (02916) requesting to address the Council regarding the East Providence City Council term limit follow up. 

 

VIII.       PUBLIC COMMENT Video Icon

 

All persons wishing to make public comment shall sign a public comment sheet stating their name, address, and the subject of their comments.  Said public comment sheet shall be available on a desk at the entrance of the City Hall Chambers no later than forty-five (45) minutes before the call to order of any regularly scheduled council meeting and shall be delivered by the City Clerk to the presiding officer no earlier than five (5) minutes before the call to order of the meeting.  Each speaker will be limited to three (3) minutes.  The order of speakers will be on a first come, first serve basis and the maximum time for public comment shall be limited to thirty (30) minutes per meeting.

 

IX.             APPOINTMENTS Video Icon

 

A.    Juvenile Hearing Board Re-Appointment (by Assistant Mayor Britto)

Christine Jackson, 228 Thatcher Street (02916)

 

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B.     Tree Warden Reappointment (by Mayor Briden)

Ronald Nawrocki, 50 Tanglewood Drive (02915)

 

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X.                COUNCIL MEMBERS Video Icon

 

A.    Review of Budgetary Charter Amendments (by Mayor Briden)

 

B.     RIDOT, signs and roadways (by Councilman Botelho)

 

C.     Technology and other updates, Council Chambers (by Councilman Botelho)

 

D.    LED Streetlight Petition or now No Petition?? (by Councilman Faria)

 

XI.             LICENSES REQUIRING PUBLIC HEARING Video Icon

A.    Alcoholic Beverage Class C (Saloon) – Transfer

Waterfront Productions, LLC, to Waterfront Concerts, LLC, 600 Waterfront Drive at Bold Point Park, Alex Gray, 275 Lith Street, Old Town, ME (04468)

 

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B.     Dance Entertainment – Transfer

 

Waterfront Productions, LLC, to Waterfront Concerts, LLC, 600 Waterfront Drive at Bold Point Park, Alex Gray, 275 Lith Street, Old Town, ME (04468)

 

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XII.          LICENSES NOT REQUIRING PUBLIC HEARING Video Icon

 

A.    Peddler

Pops All Beef Hot Dogs, 161 Rounds Avenue (02915), Gregory Saunders, 161 Rounds Avenue (02915).

 

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XIII.       PUBLIC HEARING Video Icon

 

A.    ZONING MAP AMENDMENTREZONING OF MAP 302, BLOCK 1, PARCEL 32 (105R PAWTUCKET AVENUE) FROM INDUSTRIAL-1 TO PAWTUCKET AVNEUE WATERFRONT SUB-DISTRICT - PROPERTY OWNER – EUSTON, LLC

 

Zoning Map Amendment: Map 302, Block 1, Parcel 32 (105R Pawtucket Avenue) from Industrial-1 to Pawtucket Avenue Waterfront Sub-District.

Petition for Zoning Map Amendment: 105R Pawtucket Avenue

Petitioners:  Euston, LLC

Attorney:  None

Advertised East Providence Post3/29/18, 4/5/18, 4/12/18

Notices served on Abutters – 4/6/18

 

 

AN ORDINANCE IN AMENDMENT OF CHAPTER 19 OF THE REVISED ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF EAST PROVIDENCE, RHODE ISLAND 1998,

AS AMENDED, ENTITLED “ZONING”

 

A motion to dispense with the reading of the ordinance

 

SECTION I.  Section 19-95 entitled “Districts Designated” of Article III entitled “District Regulations” is hereby amended as follows:

 

Parcel 32 on Assessor’s Map 302, Block 1 presently located in an Industrial-1 (I-1) District is hereby changed to be included in an East Providence Waterfront Special Development District- Pawtucket Avenue (PA) District.

 

The Zoning Map of the City of East Providence shall be amended accordingly.

 

SECTION II.  This ordinance shall take effect upon passage and all ordinances and parts of ordinances inconsistent herewith are hereby repealed.

 

Requested by:  Euston LLC

 

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B.     ZONING MAP AMENDMENTREZONING OF MAP 312, BLOCK 70, PARCEL 1 (444 BULLOCKS POINT AVENUE) FROM COMMERCIAL-2 TO RESIDENTIAL-4 - PROPERTY OWNER – ROBERT NASCIMENTO AND CAROL KOGUT

 

 

Zoning Map Amendment: Map 312, Block 70, Parcel 1 (444 Bullocks Point Avenue) from Commercial-2 to Residential-4.

Petition for Zoning Map Amendment: 444 Bullocks Point Avenue

Petitioners:  Jorge Moitoso

Attorney:  William C. Maaia

Advertised East Providence Post3/29/18, 4/5/18, 4/12/18

Notices served on Abutters – 4/9/18

 

 

AN ORDINANCE IN AMENDMENT OF CHAPTER 19 OF THE REVISED ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF EAST PROVIDENCE, RHODE ISLAND 1998,

AS AMENDED, ENTITLED “ZONING”

 

A motion to dispense with the reading of the ordinance

 

SECTION I.  Section 19-95 entitled “Districts Designated” of Article III entitled “District Regulations” is hereby amended as follows:

 

Parcel 1 on Assessor’s Map 312, Block 70 presently located partly in a Commercial-2

(C-2) District and partly in a Residential-4 (R-4) District is hereby changed to be included in a Residential-4 (R-4) District in its entirety.

 

The Zoning Map of the City of East Providence shall be amended accordingly.

 

SECTION II.  This ordinance shall take effect upon passage and all ordinances and parts of ordinances inconsistent herewith are hereby repealed.

 

Requested by:  Jorge Moitoso

 

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XIV.       PUBLIC HEARING – ORDINANCES FINAL PASSAGE Video Icon

 

A.AN ORDINANCE IN AMENDMENT OF CHAPTER OF THE REVISED ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF EAST PROVIDENCE, RHODE ISLAND, 1998, AS AMENDED, ENTITLED “ADMINISTRATION”

 

A motion to dispense with the reading of the ordinance

 

SECTION I.  Division 9 entitled “Housing Advisory Commission” of Article III entitled “Boards, Committees, Commissions” of Chapter 2 of the Revised Ordinances of the City of East Providence, Rhode Island, 1998, as amended, entitled “Administration” is amended by deleting it in its entirety:

DIVISION 9. HOUSING ADVISORY COMMISSION

Sec. 2-184. Purpose.

A housing advisory commission, (the commission) is hereby created as an advisory commission to the city council and city manager for the purposes of overseeing the implementation of the city's housing action plan (the plan), providing information and advice on all aspects of the housing market that affect the quality of life and housing choices of city residents, and of making recommendations for city participation in the housing field including such areas as:

(1)    Housing market and conditions;

(2)    Housing supply and need;

(3)    Housing affordability;

(4)    Housing policies;

(5)    Housing programs;

(6)    Housing education.

Sec. 2-185. Membership.

The commission shall consist of seven people, the majority of whom shall be residents of the city, but may include individuals who work in the city, and include representatives from the following housing interest groups: Bankers/realtors; social service providers; clergy; labor; employers; builders/developers; and tenants. One member shall be the executive/director of the city housing authority or his designee. The other six members shall be appointments by each of the five city councilmembers and the city manager. The city council and the planning board shall, from their own membership, appoint a liaison to the commission who shall serve in an ex officio capacity.

Sec. 2-186. Compensation; terms and vacancies.

Members of the commission shall serve without compensation. The commission members shall serve terms of three years each provided that the members first appointed shall serve staggered terms. Vacancies caused by resignation, death or for any other reason shall be filled in the same manner set forth for the selection of the initial appointments, and for the unexpired term of the resignee.

Sec. 2-187. Organization; officers; rules; meetings.

(a)    The commission shall meet at regular intervals throughout the year, but shall meet at least three times per year, and often enough to prepare timely recommendations on housing issues before the city council and other city boards.

(b)   All meetings of the commission shall be open to the public, and any person or his duly constituted representative, shall be entitled to appear and be heard on any matter before the commission before it reaches final decision on such matter.

(c)    The commission shall meet in January of each year to organize and elect a chair, vice-chair, and secretary by a majority vote for a one-year term.

(d)   The secretary of the commission shall keep minutes of its meetings which shall be public records.

(e)    The city manager may designate one or more employees of the city to assist the commission.

(f)    City officials and boards or commissions, shall upon request furnish to the commission within a reasonable time, such available information as it may require for its works.

(g)   A quorum of the commission shall consist of four voting members.

Sec. 2-188. Duties.

(a)    Housing action plan. The commission shall oversee implementation of the housing action plan (the plan) as approved by the planning board and adopted by the city council. The commission shall study and make recommendations to the city council on specific actions the city should take, in order to carry out the plan in a consistent and properly coordinated manner. The commission will work with the housing coordinator, planning board, zoning board of review and other city agencies to assure consistency with the plan, but will make independent recommendations to the city council on actions that have bearing on the goals set out in the plan. Working with the planning board, department of planning, and city housing authority, the commission shall conduct a yearly review and make recommendations to keep the plan current. This review will include a report to the planning board and city council on the city's progress working towards the stated goals and objectives of the plan and recommendations for any needed amendments to the housing action plan.

(b)   Education. The commission, working with the department of planning and city planning board, shall perform tasks that serve to educate the public about the citywide housing agenda including the goals and objectives of the plan. This may include sponsoring workshops with real estate professionals, presentations to civic groups, and other educational activities which are relevant to the goals of the plan. The commission shall be involved in generating public support and understanding of programs or projects the city undertakes to implement the plan.

(c)    Outreach. The commission shall work with the department of planning, planning board, and city council to establish a strong working relationship with state housing mortgage finance corporation and other agencies in the housing field such as United States Department of Housing and Urban Development and the state office of intergovernmental relations. The commission shall work with neighboring communities to promote regional solutions to housing problems that extend beyond the geographic boundaries of the city, including fair share and fair housing policies, and to promote areas where cooperative efforts will benefit city residents.

(d)   Coordination with other city boards and agencies. The commission shall have the opportunity to review and make recommendations, based on the goals of the plan on the following and on any issues which are pertinent to the goals of the plan:

(1)    Disposition of city-owned land.

(2)    Preliminary subdivision, planned unit developments, cluster applications, and other zoning issues.

(3)    Requests for zoning changes.

(e)    Other responsibilities. The commission shall perform other duties and tasks as requested by the city council or city manager.

SECTION II.  This ordinance shall take effect upon its second passage and all ordinances or parts of ordinances inconsistent herewith are hereby repealed.

Requested By:  Councilman Faria

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B.AN ORDINANCE IN AMENDMENT OF CHAPTER 2 OF THE REVISED ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF EAST PROVIDENCE, RHODE ISLAND, 1998, AS AMENDED, ENTITLED “ADMINISTRATION”

 

A motion to dispense with the reading of the ordinance

 

SECTION I.  Division 11 entitled “Senior Citizens’ Advisory Board” of Article III entitled “Boards, Committees, Commissions” of Chapter 2 of the Revised Ordinances of the City of East Providence, Rhode Island, 1998, as amended, entitled “Administration” is amended to read as follows:

DIVISION 11.  SENIOR AND DISABLED CITIZENS' ADVISORY BOARD COMMITTEE

Sec. 2-196.  Creation.

There is hereby created the senior and disabled citizens' advisory board committee. The board committee shall consist of 34 17 members including the chair. There shall be no upper or lower limit on the ages of persons who can serve on the board.  The membership of the board shall be limited to residents at or over the age of sixty-five (65) years old at the time of their appointment or to residents with a disability. A quorum shall consist of a majority of appointed voting members.

Sec. 2-197.  Appointment and terms.

Members shall serve for three-year terms, provided that the first members shall be appointed as follows: 15 for three-year terms, 11 for two-year terms, and eight for one-year terms. The four members of the city council who are elected by ward shall each appoint three qualified electors of the city from their ward to the senior citizens' advisory board, one who shall be a senior citizen and one who shall be a nonsenior citizen and at least one who does not reside in any of the facilities listed below; the remaining at-large member of the city council shall appoint three qualified electors of the city to the senior citizens' advisory board, one who shall be a senior citizen and one who shall be a nonsenior citizen and at least one who does not reside in any of the facilities listed below. Such appointments shall be for an initial term of three years. The residents of each of the following facilities shall by majority vote appoint a qualified elector of the city from each of the following elderly housing facilities: City View Manor, Goldsmith Manor, Harbor View, United Methodist Retirement Center, Taunton Plaza, Rumford Towers I, Rumford Towers II, Redfern Grove Apartments, Riverside House, Parkway Towers, Cresent View Manor, such appointment shall be for an initial term of two years; five from the council of the elderly of the city; one from Self-Help, Inc.; one from East Bay Geriatric Center and one from the American Association of Retired Persons. Such appointments shall be for an initial term of one year.

(a)    Each member of the city council shall appoint, with council approval, from among their electors, two (2) members to serve for a term of two years, commencing the first day of March of each odd numbered year and ending the last day of February two years hence; of these two appointments each, one shall be a senior citizen and the other shall be a disabled citizen. Notwithstanding the normal terms of office, council appointments made in 2018 shall expire on February 28th, 2021.

(b)   Effective the first day of March, 2020, the mayor shall appoint five (5) members, of which one must be from each ward of the city, for a term of two years commencing the first day of March of each even numbered year and ending the last day of February two years hence; of the five appointments three shall be senior citizens and two shall be disabled citizens.

(c)    The two resident members of the housing authority commission shall serve as ex-officio voting members of the committee for the duration of their term on the housing authority. The housing authority members shall be allowed to serve even if they do not meet the definition of senior or disabled citizen.

(d)   The chief executive officer of the city or a designee of the chief executive officer and the director of the senior center shall serve as ex-officio non-voting members and a member of the council shall be designated by the council to serve as an ad-hoc non-voting member.

(e)    Notwithstanding the normal terms and appointments, each member of the city council, with council approval, shall appoint a third member in March of 2018 who shall serve until the last day of February 2020.

Sec. 2-198.  Duties.

(a)        The senior and disabled citizens' advisory board committee shall annually elect from among its members a chair, vice-chair and secretary for one year. The board shall study and recommend voluntary programs for senior citizens to protect themselves from going unnoticed in the event of a serious health problem, shall recommend programs for nutritional needs, shall recommend programs for social needs, and shall recommend such other programs as may in the judgement of the board be necessary or helpful to senior citizens.

(1)   The chair shall preside over meetings of the committee, the vice-chair shall preside in the absence of the chair and in the case of the absence of both the chair and the vice-chair, the body shall elect an acting chair.

(2)   The secretary shall maintain all records of the proceedings of the committee and make them accessible to officials and the public.

(3)   The committee may set by-laws and rules of procedure for its own operation in compliance with this ordinance.

(b)       The committee shall study and recommend voluntary programs for senior and disabled citizens to protect themselves from going unnoticed in the event of a serious health problem, shall recommend programs for nutritional needs, shall recommend programs for social needs, shall recommend ways that city government may be more responsive to senior and disabled needs and shall recommend such other programs as may in the judgement of the committee be necessary or helpful to senior and disabled citizens.

(b)  (c) The senior and disabled citizens' advisory board committee shall also study and make recommendations to the mayor and city council regarding the need for and the feasibility of a citywide programs and offerings of the senior center to provide a centralized location for senior services.

(c)  (d) The senior and disabled citizens' advisory board committee shall monitor federal and state programs for senior citizens and individuals with disabilities including any providing funds for senior and disabled citizen projects and the funding formulas established therefor; and shall keep the mayor and city council apprised of such programs as necessary. The senior and disabled citizens' advisory board committee may not interfere in any way with the administration of such programs or any other senior or disabled citizen programs administered by any other local, state of federal agency.

(e)  The committee shall study, recommend and communicate ways that seniors and individuals with disabilities can stay active in the community.

(f)  The committee shall study and survey the responsiveness and service level of the senior and disabled help line and other city aides to seniors and the disabled. Such results shall be reported to the mayor and city council.

(g)  The committee shall work with senior center staff, information technology staff, city clerk’s office and other city staff and outside programs as required to reach out and communicate to the senior and disabled communities regarding resources available to seniors and the disabled. Communication methods include, but are not limited to; information via social media, the city webpage, community bulletin boards, print and other media. City staff shall render all reasonable assistance for this purpose.

Sec. 2-199.  Senior citizens and disabled citizens.

The board shall make its own definition of a senior citizen, and may make different definitions for different recommended programs.

(a)    The committee shall recognize anyone sixty-five years of age or older as a senior citizen. However the committee may set other target age ranges for recommended programs as it deems prudent.

(b)   The committee shall recognize anyone as having a disability who shall meet the definition of disabled under the Americans with Disabilities Act.

 

Sec. 2-200.  Action.

 

Programs recommended by the senior and disabled citizens' advisory board may be put into action by the board, upon approval by the city council mayor, by use of volunteers and donations. Programs requiring staff and expenditures of funds shall be put into effect if they are authorized by the mayor and city council.

SECTION II.  This ordinance shall take effect upon its second passage and all ordinances or parts of ordinances inconsistent herewith are hereby repealed.

 

Requested by:  Councilman Faria

 

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XV.          NEW BUSINESS Video Icon

 

A.    City Managers Report  (by Acting City Manager Malcolm Moore )

1.      Request for Approval of Agreement between City of East Providence the International Brotherhood of Police Officers Local Number 569.

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2.      Fleet Fuel Tank Replacement Project

 

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B.      Reports of Other City Officials

 

1.Claims Committee Report (by City Solicitor Gregory Dias)

 

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2. LED Streetlight Update (by Assistant Solicitor Conley)

 

C.    Report of School Committee Liaison

 

D.    Resolutions

 

1. RESOLUTION IN SUPPORT OF IN-PERSON EARLY VOTING

 

A motion to dispense with the reading of the resolution

 

WHEREAS, Secretary of State Nellie M. Gorbea has once again submitted legislation to be introduced to formalize the early voting process in the State of Rhode Island; and

 

WHEREAS, at least 34 states, plus the District of Columbia provide citizens with an opportunity to vote early and in person without an excuse and nationally 46% of voters cast their ballots in advance of Election Day in 2016; and

 

WHEREAS, Rhode Island saw more than 15,000 voters cast emergency mail ballots during the 20-day period prior to Election Day in 2016 up from less than 6,000 in 2012 during the same period; and

 

WHEREAS, the significant increase in mail and emergency mail ballots has created administrative and logistical challenges for local and state election officials; and

 

WHEREAS, in-person early voting will ease some of the stresses on the voting system on Election Day and provides an opportunity for early identification and correction of registration errors; and

 

WHEREAS, this legislation will make it easier for Rhode Islanders to vote by formalizing a 20-day early voting period before a primary and general election, including the weekend before a primary and election; and

 

WHEREAS, 2018 H-7501 and 2018 S-2419 have been introduced in the General Assembly and would make voting more accessible for those who wish to vote by formalizing the early voting process.

 

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the City Council of the City of East Providence hereby endorses and urges passage by the General Assembly of House Bill 2018 H-7501 and Senate Bill 2018 S-2419 entitled “AN ACT RELATING TO ELECTIONS – CONDUCT OF ELECTION AND VOTING EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES.

 

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the City Clerk send a copy of this Resolution to the sponsors of H-7501 and S-2419 as well as the Speaker of the Rhode Island House of Representatives, the President of the Rhode Island Senate, the Majority Leaders of the House and Senate, and the Senators and Representatives from the City of East Providence.

 

Requested by:  Mayor Briden, Assistant Mayor Britto and Councilman Faria

 

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XVI.       ADJOURNMENT Video Icon

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