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East Providence water issues come to a simmer

East Providence water issues come to a simmer

EAST PROVIDENCE — The water and sewer rate issues which have been boiling over for the last six weeks have seemingly come to a simmer after another in a series of lengthy discussions held on the matter during a special City Council session held Wednesday night, Dec. 10. The Council, the new five-member group meeting

Thomas A. Rose Jr. is sworn in as ceremonial mayor by supreme court justice William Robinson during the inauguration ceremony at  city hall.  Photos by Rich Dionne

Peers promote Rose to East Providence Council president, mayor

EAST PROVIDENCE — Thomas A. Rose Jr. was selected by his city council peers as its president and ceremonial mayor during an inauguration ceremony for the latest crop of East Providence’s elected and appointed officials held Monday evening, Dec. 1, at City Hall. Mr. Rose, entering his third term as the Ward 3 representative on

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East Providence Council candidates answer economic development question

EAST PROVIDENCE —  The overall health of East Providence’s economy and opportunities for economic development are a couple of bellwether issues not only in the year’s election, but have been and will continue to be at the forefront of the City Council’s agenda moving forward. Each of the city’s four wards have specific area of

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East Providence City Council approves FY14-15 budget

EAST PROVIDENCE — At a special meeting Tuesday evening, Oct. 14, in the City Hall Chamber, the East Providence City Council voted unanimously to approve a revised Fiscal Year 2014-15 budget. All four Councilors present — President and Mayor Jim Briden, Tracy Capobianco, Chrissy Rossi and Tommy Rose — voted for the final budget’s final

Acting East Providence City Manager Paul Lemont discusses the proposed FY14-15 budget at the October 8 City Council meeting.

Council gives first approval of East Providence’s FY214-15 budget

EAST PROVIDENCE — Aside from what could be deemed a mildly terse tussle between Acting City Manager Paul Lemont and Ward 4 representative Chrissy Rossi, the East Providence City Council, at its meeting Tuesday night, Oct. 7, in the City Hall Chamber, gave the first of what are two necessary approvals to the proposed Fiscal Year

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Questions are posed to East Providence Ward 4 Council candidates

EAST PROVIDENCE — The primary race for East Providence City Council from Ward 4 features members of three very politically active families. Chrissy Rossi is the incumbent, having run unopposed for election to the seat in November 2012. Previously, Mrs. Rossi was the Ward 4 representative on the School Committee, a spot currently occupied by

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