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  • Council Revisits Final Passage of Off-Roading, Beach Parking Fee Ordinances

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    Warwick City Hall.

    WARWICK, RI —The Warwick City Council  has final passage of ordinances prohibiting off-road vehicles from public property and establishing parking fees at City beaches Monday, Nov. 20 at City Hall, 7 p.m., again.

    The ordinances were also up for second passage Oct. 16.

    The ordinance prohibiting off-road vehicles on public property (parks and streets) applies to snowmobiles, dirt bikes and ATVs. Violations of the ordinance would be punishable by impounding or towing the vehicle and a maximum $500 fine and/or up to 30 days imprisonment.

    The ordinance establishing parking fees at City beaches, which passed its first hurdle unanimously Aug. 21, would set up resident and non-resident parking fees for Oakland Beach, City Park Beach and Conimicut Beach during the 2018 summer season:

     (1) Season passes (per season): a. Resident, per car : $20

    b. Nonresident, per car ….. $60

    c. Senior, resident $10.00

    d. Senior, nonresident $30.00

    Links to the remaining documents for the meeting are posted below:

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    11-20-2017_council_docket.pdf

    11-20-2017_finance_docket.pdf

    pcr-188-17_sub_a_bid_2018-168_various_replacement_automotive_parts.pdf

    11-20-2017_hew_committee_docket.pdf

    11-20-2017_ordinance_committee_docket.pdf

    11-20-2017_public_properties_committee.pdf

    pco-28-17_sub_b_recreational_vehicles.pdf

    pco-29-17_fees_to_recreational_facilities.pdf

    pcr-94-17_bid_2017-147_state_of_ri_telecommunication.pdf

    pcr-184-17_abatements_11-6-2017.pdf

    pcr-185-17_sub_a_bid_2018-162b_purchase_various_new_tires.pdf

    pcr-186-17_sub_a_bid_2018-167a_oe_parts_for_various_vehicles.pdf

    pcr-187-17_sub_a_bid_2018-167c_oe_parts_for_various_vehicles.pdf

    pcr-192-17_bid_package_11-20-2017.pdf

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