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To the editor:I read in letters to the editors (“What is happening to America's Freedom?” October 28 edition of The East Providence Post) that immigrants do not need to have vaccines when … more
To the editor:I wrote a letter that appeared in the October 21st edition of the Post. This was in response to Councilman Cahoon’s commentary published in the October 14th edition, in which he … more
This past Saturday Mr. Will Morgan, architecture critic, published a critique of the new East Providence High School in "Go Local Prov." It suffices to say that the article was overwhelmingly … more
To the editor:In response to Candy Seel’s letter in the October 21st issue of The Post:Ms. Seel’s attack on Councilman Cahoon’s leadership, courage, and so-called inability to … more
To the editor:It was a tribute to the East Providence Police Department that Mayor DaSilva promoted the next Chief of Police from within the ranks of the department. One of the many … more
The Mayor proposes moving the police/fire dispatch center out of police headquarters and relocating to the Rumford Fire/Rescue Station. I have been in law enforcement for 24 years, thirteen of … more
To the editor:In response to Councilman Nate Cahoon’s Commentary in the October 14th issue of the Post, I offer these thoughts. Mr. Cahoon rightly notes that we’ve come a long way … more
To the editor:With the Metacomet Golf Course purchase and the unimaginable vote by the city council to change the zoning from green space to mixed use, the Veterans Memorial Parkway,originally the … more
In November, 2016 the voters of the City of East Providence enacted amendments to the City Charter regarding the Mayor form of government.  One of those amendments allowed the Mayor to veto … more
When elected by the residents of Ward 4 and entrusted to represent our taxpayers, I made a promise to be the voice of our residents, YOU. I believe the budget process is not a spectator event. The … more
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