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Happy New Year 2017! What’s Open Today? What’s Up This Week?

Welcome to New Year's Day 2019. You've got the first Tuesday of the year off to adjust.
Welcome to 2017. You've got the first Monday off to adjust.
Welcome to 2017. You’ve got the first Monday off to adjust.

Warwick, RI – Happy Monday! It’s a new year, so put a new calendar on your shopping list, remember to write a 17 at the end when you date your checks, and check out this list of services and office schedules during the holiday:

Since, as you may have noticed, New Year’s Day falls on a Sunday, the federal holiday is observed today instead. In Warwick, city hall and the school department are closed for the holiday, with schools opening tomorrow to end the Christmas break.

Trash and recycling are delayed one day this week.

Public transit company RIPTA followed holiday routes on Sunday, and will operate normally today. Check the RIPTA website for schedules.

 TF Green State Airport is operating, with arrival and departure schedules online.Banks are closed.

Warwick Council, Mayoral Inauguration Tuesday

Tomorrow Warwick will host the inauguration of the new Warwick City Council and Mayor Scott Avedisian at T.F. Green Airport’s TF Green Airport Interlink Skywalk at 7 p.m.

City Council’s first 2017 meeting

The new City Council will hold its first meeting Wednesday, Jan. 4, at 7 p.m. in Council Chambers, Warwick City Hall, 3275 Post Road. You can check out their agenda on the City’s website.

Among the items they’ll consider are resolutions:

To make landlords responsible for debris left on the street by tenants

For parking restrictions – Highland Beach Area

PCR-165-16 Bid# 2017-182 Purchase Various New Police Vehicles


Rob Borkowski
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