How are we doing in our “City by the Sea?” What has been accomplished over the past months? As a function of the city’s Strategic Plan, what are the successes? Where did the city fall short? What can the residents and taxpayers look forward to? Any warning signals to look for?
Alliance For A Livable Newport will host an opportunity on Tuesday, February 27th to get the perspectives of Newport’s elected officials and of the City Manager about the issues they have been addressing over the past year and expect to be facing in the current year, and to challenge them with your questions* about the future of Newport.
- Mayor Harry Winthrop
- City Council Vice-Chair Lynn Ceglie
- City Manager Joe Nicholson
When & Where
- DATE: Tuesday, February 27
- TIME: 6-7:30 PM
- LOCATION: Claiborne Pell Elementary School
- 35 Dexter Street, Newport, RI.
- Ample free parking directly across the street from the school
Questions may be submitted in writing at the event, or via email to email@example.com. ALN says you do not have to be present at the forum to have your question chosen.
For over 10 years, the Alliance for a Livable Newport has promoted and enhanced the quality of life in its city by providing an unbiased resource for information on issues facing our community. For more information on Alliance For A Livable Newport, visit www.newportalliance.org.
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