WARWICK, RI — Monday’s Warwick City Council meeting was cancelled due to an error omitting the zoom log in information from the agenda posted Thursday, pushing scheduled agenda items to the April 5 meeting.
City Council Committee meetings were held as scheduled (stay tuned for a report on those soon).
When the Council meets for its full meeting via Zoom teleconference, they’ll discuss a zoning change allowing a 75-unit Kilvert St. development, a $10M high school fields bond, and approving the City’s lease of the Cooper Building to the Boys and Girls Club of Warwick, among other items.
A few details on the items Council members will discuss include:
- Changing the zoning of Assessor’s Plat 278, Lot 144, 298 Kilvert St., from “Technology-Light Industry” to “Residential, High Density” to allow development of a 75 unit, residential multi-family building.
- Approving a 10-year lease of the Cooper Building, 885 Sandy Lane, “The Club at Cooper” to The Boys and Girls Club of Warwick, at $1 per year.
- Approving the $10M in bonds for the school project will result in a 35 percent reimbursement rate from the state.
The City of Warwick’s Engineering Department received a grant to ameliorate the Buckeye Brook flooding in 2019, and Monday Councilors will consider a resolution appointing a Lead Member from the Department responsible for carrying out the project.
Documents and copies of the legislation is embedded below:
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