Monthly Archives: February 2013

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Horseneck Lifesaving Station salvation rewarded with 25-year lease

Horseneck Lifesaving Station salvation rewarded with 25-year lease

Rescuing an old lifesaving station was a bit off the mark for a group whose three-decade task has been the protection of Westport’s threatened waterways and fisheries. “Our main mission has been our natural heritage,” Westport Fishermen’s Association (WFA) President Jack Reynolds said Monday at a gathering to celebrate the start of a 25-year lease

Warren Building Permits, week of Feb. 27

The following building permits are on file with Warren building official William Nash Jr.: Micheal Carroll, 119 Child St. Strip and re-roof two structures, $11,000. VSH Realty Co., 66 Market St. Tear off metal on maisard and replace with architectural roof shingles, $5,000. Dorothy Ann Travers, 80 Fatima Drive. Construct a roof structure over existing

Bristol Historic District Commission Agenda – Thursday, March 7, 2013

Bristol Historic District Commission Agenda Thursday, March 7, 2013 • 7:00 PM Town Hall MINUTES – January, 2013, February, 2013 APPLICATION REVIEWS 1. 13-006 64 Church St., Cathy and Paul DelNero 2. remove/replace door awning; 7. replace bulkhead door; 8. repair or replace second floor south elevation windows 2. 13-007 366 Hope St., Harper Ramos Investments sign/s 3. 13-010 146

Bristol statistical revaluation to begin

As part of the 2013 statistical update revaluation, representatives from Clipboard will be visiting select homes and businesses in the town of Bristol. These representatives will carry an ID card signed by Bristol town officials and their vehicles are listed with the Bristol police department. They will be conducting both exterior and interior inspections of

325 Water St. in Warren.

Warren, Water Street property owner headed to court

A property boundary and water rights dispute between the town and a Water Street property owner is headed to court. Settlement talks between the town and Smithfield resident John Quattrocchi have failed, Warren town solicitor Anthony DeSisto said, and the matter is scheduled to be heard in Rhode Island Superior Court next month. The suit

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