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State holds off decision on controversial CRMC plan — for now

By   /  January 16, 2014  /  News  /  No Comments

The Kickemuit River at sunrise.

A plan that opponents fear would cut the public out of important decisions about the waterfront is on hold as state officials who proposed it review their options. Local groups including the Kickemuit River Council (KRC), Save Bristol Harbor and the Warren and Bristol town councils, have all come out against a plan by the […]

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Environmental groups wary of water law changes

By   /  January 9, 2014  /  News  /  No Comments

The Kickemuit River at sunrise.

The Kickemuit River Council and Save Bristol Harbor, along with the Town of Bristol, are voicing concerns about a plan by the Coastal Resources Management Council (CRMC) to modify a list of applications which can be approved by the agency through administrative review, a form of review that requires a lower degree of public involvement […]

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Humble fish celebrated in Warren group’s video

By   /  September 30, 2013  /  News  /  No Comments

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Somewhere out in the Atlantic, past untold dark depths and miles of deserted ocean, a humble silver fish with a troubled past is waiting to return home to Warren. Alewife, also known as River Herring, were once thick in the waters of upper Narragansett Bay and the Kickemuit River. An important part of the bay’s […]

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Warren needs you on Earth Day

By   /  April 22, 2013  /  Letters to the Editor, News  /  No Comments

To the editor: The Kickemuit River Council (KRC) is so happy that the wonderful Warren Conservation Commission (WCC) and Dunkin Donuts are sponsoring an Earth Day Cleanup on Saturday, April 27, at 9 a.m. at the Peter Sepe Pavilion on Hugh Cole Road, in Warren. Come, participate, and sign in at 9 am. Have a […]

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Thank you, Warren council members, for protecting river

By   /  January 2, 2013  /  Letters to the Editor  /  No Comments

To the editor: The Kickemuit River Council wants to thank the Warren Town Council, particularly president Christopher Stanley and councilmen Scott Lial and Joseph De Pasquale, for the decision on Wightman’s Farm. You have helped protect the Kickemuit River again. We and the citizens of Warren are all in your debt. Have a wonderful New […]

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Please attend Wightman’s Farm hearing

By   /  December 3, 2012  /  Letters to the Editor  /  No Comments

To the editor: Citizens, once again Wightman’s Farm is going before the Warren Town Council to change the property to commercial. This will poorly affect Libby Lane,  and our neighbors on Metacom and in the area, and the Kickemuit River.  Do come to the hearing on Dec. 11, 2012, at 7 p.m. on the second […]

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Thank you for your help, Dr. Barosh

By   /  November 16, 2012  /  Letters to the Editor  /  No Comments

To the editor: The Kickemuit River Council wants to thank the Warren Times and Bristol Phoenix for their wonderful article on Dr. Patrick Barosh. Dr. Barosh’s submittal of his factual, accurate  data on the earthquake faults in Mt. Hope Bay to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission helped protect all of us from the LNG facility […]

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