[CREDIT: Rob Borkowski] The DPW re-opened Sandy Lane after weeks of repair work. A second two-day repair will be scheduled within the next two weeks. WARWICK, RI — Sandy Lane […]
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WARWICK, RI — The Warwick Sewer Authority owns a billboard facing Rte. 95 which will shortly fund a new $40,000 sewer customer assistance program announced by Mayor Joseph J. Solomon and […]
The Warwick Sewer Authority has announced that delinquent notices sent to residents Sept. 12 were incorrectly mailed without the total amount the accounts are delinquent by.
Mayor Scott Avedisian and the Warwick Sewer Authority have named graduates Julia Sharma-Mathias and Steven Lee as the recipients of the John A. Caruso Scholarship Award.
Two years ago, federal, State and City officials broke ground on a $17 million upgrade of the Warwick Wastewater Treatment Facility girding the site against a 500-year flood event, and […]
WARWICK, R.I. — Archaeological work required for final design of the Bayside Sewer Community Project began in the neighborhood this week, the Warwick Sewer Authority announced. According to a release […]
WARWICK, RI —While Warwick Sewer Authority personnel were using smoke testing to find evidence of Hydrogen Sulfide, (H2S), the rotten-egg smelling, corrosive gas leaking from sewer lines along Cedar Swamp […]
WARWICK, RI — Hydrogen Sulfide, (H2S), the rotten-egg smelling gas responsible for the complaints of odors from sewer lines along Cedar Swamp Road, is invisible, so getting a look at […]
WARWICK, RI — Within a few hours of the Warwick Sewer Authority’s smoke test of sewer lines along Cedar Swamp Road, Executive Director Janine Burke-Wells had a few answers about […]
WARWICK, RI — The mystery cause of odors from sewer lines along Cedar Swamp Road, a long-time source of area residents’ complaints, may soon be uncovered as the Warwick Sewer […]
Warwick’s City Centre Master Plan spells out a grand future for the 96 acres making up the Warwick Station Development District, and the City Council’s Oct. 17 unanimous approval of […]
Tonight the Warwick City Council will consider removing the Board of Public Safety’s ability to impose traffic regulations, reserving that for the City Council, and discuss requiring the Warwick Sewer […]