WARWICK, RI — Mayor Scott Avedisian and city and state officials met with Hugh Fisher of h. a. Fisher Homes, LLC, and his family on Rocky Point Avenue Thursday to celebrate Fisher’s donation of 119 lots between Rocky Point Avenue and Meadowview Avenue to the city, enhancing pedestrian connections to Rocky Point Park nearby.
The donation advances goals outlined in the City’s Comprehensive Plan, including pursuing improved connectivity of parks, open space, recreation land, and water resources with neighborhood and other community destinations; protecting Warwick’s critical wildlife and wildlife habitat; protecting, preserving and enhancing natural resource areas adjacent to developed or potentially developed areas; and working to promote efforts to protect and enhance tree resources.
The meeting was also attended by Councilmen Edgar Ladouceur and Steven Colantuono, Sen. William A. Walaska (D-Dist. 30, Warwick), Rep. Joe Solomon, Jr., Lisa Primiano, Chief of DEM’s Division of Planning and Development, Fisher, his wife Vera and daughter Sarah.
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