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Need to Know Basics Oct. 23: Sewer Authority, Art Show, More Rain, Wind

Need to know basics

need to know2Warwick, RI – Here’s a roundup of important things to know today as you plan your Thursday travels in, out and around the city:

Rain, rain…and wind Bring an umbrella today, folks. Keep it around till Friday.

While you’re doing that, keep in mind there’s also a wind advisory in effect for today until 11 p.m. Driving will be a little more difficult today, especially for high-profile vehicles: SUVs and minvans.

Sewer Authority – The Warwick Sewer Authority meets today at 05:30 p.m. at  125 Arthur W. Devine Boulevard, Warwick, RI.

Among the items on their agenda, the Authority will consider awarding a $10,689 annual maintenance contract to  North East Electrical Distributors (Rockwell Automation) for a three-year term.

The will also consider awarding a contract for infrastructure improvements:
48” Influent Interceptor Sewer Rehabilitation Project to Brown and Caldwell.

WMOA’s RI Open – Don’t miss your last chances at seeing Warwick Museum of Art‘s 28th Annual RI Open, featuring 51 pieces submitted by 42 artists, showing through Oct. 25 at the 2359 Post Road gallery.

It’s so exciting – Members of the public are invited to view progress on restoration of Rocky Point State Park, Saturday, Oct 25, – 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Walk the newly cleared grounds of the park, enjoy sweeping views of Narragansett Bay, and listen to the sounds of music provided by the Night Life Orchestra and others! Enjoy great local food and beverages from some great local food trucks. This is a free event.




Rob Borkowski
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