Warwick Post asked McAllister to share his thoughts on topics affecting Warwick in general and his ward in particular. Here are the questions, and McAllister’s answers:
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Gov. Gina Raimondo signed legislation (2017-H 5424, 2017-S 0363A) introduced by Rep. Joseph M. McNamara (D-Dist. 19, Warwick, Cranston) and Sen. Erin Lynch Prata (D-Dist. 31, Warwick, Cranston) to create […]
The Warwick City Council OK’d first passage on an ordinance prohibiting off-road vehicles, including snowmobiles, dirt bikes and ATVs, from public property Monday.
The Warwick City Council delayed discussion on ordinances regulating dangerous dogs and restricting standing in areas of streets without sidewalks, typically used by panhandlers at their meeting at City Hall, […]
The Labor Day weekend bumps next week’s Warwick City Council meeting till Tuesday, when councillors will consider ordinances regulating dangerous dogs and restricting standing in areas of streets without sidewalks, […]
Parking fees for all three of Warwick’s City beaches starting 2018 won first passage at Monday’s City Council meeting, but the measure needs to clear second passage Sept. 18 to […]
The Warwick City Council meets tonight, 7 p.m., at City Hall, 3275 Post Rd, Warwick, RI 02886.
WARWICK, RI — Usually, department heads issue requests for proposal (RFPs) for a task or service, then present the winning bidder to the City Council for their approval, but on […]
The Warwick City Council approved abandoning portions of Arnold Neck Drive and Staples Avenue at the request of Duncan Ley & Christopher Ley, owners of 212 Arnold’s Neck Drive, who […]
WARWICK, R.I. — Mayor Scott Avedisian has signed the Warwick City Council’s $305,271,375 FY18 budget, leaving its level tax rate intact, but warned the councilors amendment cuts will not have […]
UPDATE June 4: City Councilman Jeremy Rix says that due to seven firefighters retiring this year, the seven firefighter positions removed from Mayor Scott Avedisian’s budget will not result in […]
Warwick City Councillors reviewed just over half of the city’s departments at City Hall Tuesday during budget hearings marked by fortuitous math corrections, including $548,000 in healthcare savings and $5 […]