Home Tags Providence Water Supply Board

Tag: Providence Water Supply Board

Elorza confronted by activists over his water leasing scheme during inauguration

In his second inaugural address, Providence Mayor Jorge Elorza spoke about housing, the City's financials, the dropping crime rate, PVDFest and much...

Scituate releases report on Providence Water, the town’s largest landowner

A while back the Scituate Town Council hired attorney Michael Marcello to write "a pretty expensive report on the Providence Water Supply...

Providence Water Supply Board to begin looking at potential financial impacts of Providence’s efforts...

"The city of Providence has issued an RFQ, a request for qualifications for a private operator to manage the operations of Providence...

Providence seeking bidders in January for leasing the city’s water

Providence's Director of Sustainability, Leah Bamberger, and Providence City Solicitor Jeff Dana gave a presentation to the Environmental Council of Rhode Island (ECRI) on...

Candidate forum for Senate District 21 and House District 41 in Scituate

Candidates for Rhode Island State Senate District 21 and House District 41 attended a debate at the Scituate Middle School on Tuesday. Both Republican...

Candidates for Providence Ward 8 City Council attend a sometimes heated forum

All five candidates for Providence City Council Ward 8 attended the South Elmwood Neighborhood Association's Meet the Candidates Forum held at Centro Cristiano de...

A Providence Mayoral debate

Three Democratic party primary debates were held in Providence on Thursday evening at the Dr Martin Luther King Elementary School in  Providence Thursday evening....

The Rhode Island Senate District 6 debate

Three Democratic party primary debates were held in Providence on Thursday evening at the Dr Martin Luther King Elementary School in  Providence Thursday evening....

The Rhode Island House District 4 debate

Three Democratic party primary debates were held in Providence on Thursday evening at the Dr Martin Luther King Elementary School in  Providence Thursday evening....

Rhode Island Attorney General files in support of CLF in Invenergy water case

"Perhaps the oldest branch of conservation law is the law of fresh water allocation. It is inherently the preoccupation of that body of jurisprudence...