Narragansett Terrace group holds meeting with pols in East Providence


EAST PROVIDENCE — The Narragansett Terrace Realty Association, a community group in the Riverside section of the city, holds its annual meeting and a gathering of local politicians Thursday night, Feb. 27, at the Riverside Library located on Bullocks Point Avenue.

Those pols invited to attend include State Senator David Bates, State Representative Gregg Amore, Council President and Mayor James Briden, Ward 4 Council member Christine Rossi, Councilor At-Large Tracy Capobianco, Ward 4 School Committee member Timothy Conley and At-Large member and School Committee chairman Joel Monteiro.

The NTRA annual meeting for members only begins at 6 p.m. The meeting open to the public with political leaders starts at 7 p.m.


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