2017 House Bills of Interest

  House Bill No. 5016
Chapter 032
BY  McNamara, Azzinaro, Canario, Lancia, Solomon
ENTITLED, AN ACT RELATING TO EDUCATION — HEALTH AND SAFETY OF PUPILS (Requires the assessment to examine the status of each school building’s safety be completed by November 1 of the year mandated.)
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01/05/2017 Introduced, referred to House H.E.W.
01/18/2017 Committee recommended measure be held for further study
01/27/2017 Scheduled for consideration (02/01/2017)
02/01/2017 Committee recommends passage
02/03/2017 Placed on House Calendar (02/07/2017)
02/07/2017 House read and passed
05/30/2017 Referred to Senate Education
06/07/2017 Committee recommends passage in concurrence
06/14/2017 Senate passed in concurrence
06/14/2017 Transmitted to Governor
06/19/2017 Signed by Governor
  House Bill No. 5040
BY  Hearn, Corvese, Fellela, Canario, Ruggiero
ENTITLED, AN ACT RELATING TO CRIMINAL OFFENSES — EXPLOSIVES AND FIREWORKS (Prohibits the use of certain fireworks, other than by lawfully issued permit, anytime other than between the dates of June 30 and July 9.)
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01/06/2017 Introduced, referred to House Judiciary
02/01/2017 Committee recommended measure be held for further study
  House Bill No. 5044
BY  O`Grady
ENTITLED, AN ACT RELATING TO THE CONSOLIDATION OF THE LONSDALE FIRE DISTRICT INTO THE SAYLESVILLE FIRE DISTRICT (Authorizes the merger of the Lonsdale and Saylesville Fire Districts in Lincoln if the electors of both fire districts approve that merger.)
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01/06/2017 Introduced, referred to House Municipal Government
01/13/2017 Scheduled for hearing and/or consideration
02/02/2017 Committee recommended measure be held for further study
02/28/2017 Scheduled for consideration
03/02/2017 Meeting postponed (03/02/2017)
04/07/2017 Scheduled for consideration (04/12/2017)
04/12/2017 Committee recommends passage
04/21/2017 Placed on House Calendar (04/25/2017)
04/25/2017 House read and passed
05/30/2017 Referred to Senate Housing and Municipal Government
06/09/2017 Scheduled for hearing (06/14/2017)
06/14/2017 Committee recommended measure be held for further study
06/23/2017 Scheduled for consideration (06/27/2017)
06/27/2017 Committee recommends passage in concurrence
  House Bill No. 5050
BY  Nardolillo, Jacquard, Canario, Serpa, Barros
ENTITLED, AN ACT RELATING TO MOTOR AND OTHER VEHICLES – SAFETY BELTS IN SCHOOL BUSES (Requires every new school bus to be equipped with seat belts effective January 1, 2019.)
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01/06/2017 Introduced, referred to House H.E.W.
03/08/2017 Committee recommended measure be held for further study
  House Bill No. 5075
BY  Lancia, Newberry, Chippendale, Quattrocchi, Mendonca
ENTITLED, AN ACT RELATING TO PUBLIC UTILITIES AND CARRIERS — 911 EMERGENCY TELEPHONE NUMBER ACT (Repeals all surcharges levied on residence/business telephone lines and wireless telecommunications services.)
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01/11/2017 Introduced, referred to House Finance
05/02/2017 Committee recommended measure be held for further study
  House Bill No. 5082
BY  Morin, Handy, Regunberg, Casey, Ajello
ENTITLED, AN ACT RELATING THE HEALTH AND SAFETY — CHILD PRODUCTS AND UPHOLSTERED FURNITURE (Prohibits the manufacture, sale, and distribution of residential upholstered children’s products that contain certain amounts of bromide or chlorine bonded to carbon that is added to a plastic, foam, or textile.)
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01/12/2017 Introduced, referred to House H.E.W.
03/29/2017 Committee recommended measure be held for further study
  House Bill No. 5099
BY  Corvese, O’Brien, Hearn, Fellela, Coughlin
ENTITLED, AN ACT RELATING TO CRIMINAL OFFENSES – EXPLOSIVES AND FIREWORKS; HEALTH AND SAFETY – FIREWORKS AND PYROTECHNICS (Makes the use of display or aerial fireworks after 12:00 a.m. or before 7:00 a.m. a civil violation with a fine of $75.00.)
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01/12/2017 Introduced, referred to House Judiciary
02/01/2017 Committee recommended measure be held for further study
05/08/2017 Scheduled for consideration (05/10/2017)
05/10/2017 Committee recommends passage
06/02/2017 Placed on House Calendar (06/08/2017)
06/08/2017 House read and passed
06/08/2017 Referred to Senate Judiciary
06/16/2017 Scheduled for hearing (06/22/2017)
06/22/2017 Committee heard
  House Bill No. 5175  SUB A as amended
(Governor)
BY  Abney
ENTITLED, AN ACT RELATING TO MAKING APPROPRIATIONS FOR THE SUPPORT OF THE STATE FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 2018
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01/19/2017 Introduced, referred to House Finance
06/13/2017 Scheduled for consideration (06/15/2017)
06/16/2017 Committee recommends passage of Sub A
06/16/2017 Placed on House Calendar (06/22/2017)
06/22/2017 House passed Sub A as amended (floor amendment)
06/22/2017 Referred to Senate Finance
06/27/2017 Committee recommends passage of Sub A as amended in concurrence
06/27/2017 Placed on Senate Calendar (06/29/2017)
  House Bill No. 5260
BY  Lima, Johnston, Hull, Keable, Edwards
ENTITLED, AN ACT RELATING TO CRIMINAL PROCEDURE – SENTENCE AND EXECUTION (Adds police, firefighters and emergency medical technicians to the class of protected people included in the hate crimes sentencing act.)
{LC104/1}
01/27/2017 Introduced, referred to House Judiciary
02/14/2017 Committee recommended measure be held for further study
  House Bill No. 5273
Chapter 034
BY  Nunes, Nardolillo, Serpa, Morgan, Roberts
ENTITLED, AN ACT RELATING TO THE COVENTRY FIRE DISTRICT (Changes the date of the annual meeting of the Coventry Fire District from the second Tuesday of December to the second Wednesday of November.)
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01/27/2017 Introduced, referred to House Municipal Government
02/02/2017 Committee recommended measure be held for further study
04/03/2017 Scheduled for consideration (04/05/2017)
04/05/2017 Committee recommends passage
04/28/2017 Placed on House Calendar (05/03/2017)
05/03/2017 House read and passed
05/30/2017 Referred to Senate Housing and Municipal Government
06/07/2017 Committee recommends passage in concurrence
06/14/2017 Senate passed in concurrence
06/14/2017 Transmitted to Governor
06/22/2017 Effective without Governor’s signature
  House Bill No. 5288
BY  Casimiro, Craven, Regunberg, Shanley, Morin
ENTITLED, AN ACT RELATING TO TOWNS AND CITIES – PAYMENTS TO FIRE COMPANIES (Provides appropriation of state funds to cities and towns who are members of NBMTF for maintenance of boats servicing Narragansett Bay.)
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01/27/2017 Introduced, referred to House Finance
05/25/2017 Committee recommended measure be held for further study
  House Bill No. 5319
BY  McEntee, Craven, Johnston, Almeida, Jacquard
ENTITLED, AN ACT RELATING TO TAXATION – LEVY AND ASSESSMENT OF LOCAL TAXES (Requires municipalities to exempt from taxation the real property of a surviving spouse of a law enforcement officer or firefighter killed in the line of duty, who occupies the real property as their principal place of residence.)
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02/01/2017 Introduced, referred to House Municipal Government
02/08/2017 Committee recommended measure be held for further study
  House Bill No. 5351
BY  Bennett, Marshall, Canario
ENTITLED, AN ACT RELATING TO TOWNS AND CITIES – POLICE AND FIREFIGHTERS RESIDENCY (Prohibits municipal charters and ordinances from requiring that their police officers and firefighters reside within the state of Rhode Island.)
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02/02/2017 Introduced, referred to House Municipal Government
03/02/2017 Committee recommended measure be held for further study
03/10/2017 Scheduled for consideration (03/16/2017)
03/16/2017 Committee recommends passage
03/17/2017 Placed on House Calendar (03/23/2017)
03/23/2017 House read and passed
05/30/2017 Referred to Senate Labor
06/14/2017 Committee recommends passage in concurrence
06/28/2017 Senate passed in concurrence
  House Bill No. 5357
BY  Roberts, Morgan, Nardolillo, Chippendale, Nunes
ENTITLED, AN ACT RELATING TO TOWNS AND CITIES — BUDGET COMMISSIONS (Removes fire districts from budget commission oversight.)
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02/02/2017 Introduced, referred to House Finance
04/25/2017 Committee recommended measure be held for further study
  House Bill No. 5566
BY  Johnston, Canario
ENTITLED, AN ACT RELATING TO PUBLIC OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES — ORGAN DONORS’ LEAVE (Provides up to thirty (30) paid days in a calendar year to serve as an organ donor for state and municipal employees.)
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02/16/2017 Introduced, referred to House Finance
05/03/2017 Committee recommended measure be held for further study
  House Bill No. 5597
BY  Almeida, Hull, Lombardi, Jacquard, Johnston
ENTITLED, AN ACT RELATING TO LABOR AND LABOR RELATIONS – POLICE AND FIRE ARBITRATIONS (Allows expired collective bargaining agreements for firefighters and municipal police to remain in effect until a successor agreement becomes operative.)
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03/01/2017 Introduced, referred to House Labor
03/16/2017 Committee recommended measure be held for further study
  House Bill No. 5601  SUB A
BY  Almeida, Hull, Lombardi, Jacquard, Johnston
ENTITLED, AN ACT RELATING TO TOWNS AND CITIES – OPTIONAL RETIREMENT FOR MEMBERS OF POLICE AND FIREFIGHTERS (Adds illness sustained while in the performance of duty to the definition of accidental disability.)
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03/01/2017 Introduced, referred to House Labor
04/06/2017 Committee recommended measure be held for further study
06/19/2017 Scheduled for consideration
06/19/2017 Meeting postponed (06/21/2017)
06/27/2017 Scheduled for consideration (06/27/2017)
06/27/2017 Committee recommends passage of Sub A
06/27/2017 Placed on House Calendar (06/27/2017)
06/27/2017 House passed Sub A
  House Bill No. 5616
Chapter 035
BY  Winfield
ENTITLED, AN ACT RELATING TO HEALTH AND SAFETY — DIVISION OF FIRE SAFETY (Bars adjusters and contractors from premises under investigation by the fire marshal until premises are released, and provides penalties for violation.)
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03/01/2017 Introduced, referred to House Corporations
03/15/2017 Committee recommended measure be held for further study
05/12/2017 Scheduled for consideration (05/16/2017)
05/16/2017 Committee recommends passage
05/19/2017 Placed on House Calendar (05/24/2017)
05/24/2017 House read and passed
05/30/2017 Referred to Senate Housing and Municipal Government
06/07/2017 Committee recommends passage in concurrence
06/14/2017 Senate passed in concurrence
06/14/2017 Transmitted to Governor
06/22/2017 Effective without Governor’s signature
  House Bill No. 5740  SUB A
BY  Morgan, Nardolillo, Chippendale
ENTITLED, AN ACT IN AMENDMENT OF THE INCORPORATION OF THE CENTRAL COVENTRY FIRE DISTRICT IN FURTHERANCE OF THE “CONSOLIDATION PLAN” OF THE CENTRAL COVENTRY FIRE DISTRICT, THE WASHINGTON LIGHTING DISTRICT, THE HARRIS FIRE AND LIGHTING DISTRICT AND THE TIOGUE FIRE DISTRICT AS APPROVED BY THE QUALIFIED VOTERS OF SAID DISTRICTS, AT DULY CALLED MEETINGS HELD ON MARCH 28, 2006 (Amends and make a number of changes to the legislative charter of Central Coventry Fire District.)
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03/01/2017 Introduced, referred to House Municipal Government
03/16/2017 Committee recommended measure be held for further study
06/16/2017 Scheduled for consideration (06/20/2017)
06/20/2017 Committee recommends passage of Sub A
06/24/2017 Placed on House Calendar (06/26/2017)
06/26/2017 House passed Sub A
  House Bill No. 5741
(by request)
BY  Solomon, Tanzi, Handy, Shanley
ENTITLED, AN ACT RELATING TO HEALTH AND SAFETY – MULTI-UNIT RESIDENCE SAFETY ACT (Prohibits smoking in common areas of multi-unit residential developments.)
{LC1936/1}
03/01/2017 Introduced, referred to House H.E.W.
03/29/2017 Committee recommended measure be held for further study
  House Bill No. 5763
BY  Almeida, Hull, Lombardi, Jacquard, Johnston
ENTITLED, AN ACT RELATING TO TOWNS AND CITIES — RELIEF OF INJURED AND DECEASED FIREFIGHTERS AND POLICE OFFICERS (Adds campus police officers to the group of public safety officials eligible to collect salary, wages, benefits during periods of whole/partial incapacitation incurred while on-duty or while providing emergency assistance within the state while off-duty.)
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03/01/2017 Introduced, referred to House Finance
06/07/2017 Committee recommended measure be held for further study
  House Bill No. 5848
BY  Roberts, Morgan
ENTITLED, AN ACT RELATING TO TAXATION – POWERS AND DUTIES OF FIRE DISTRICTS IN THE TOWN OF COVENTRY (Repeals the section of the general laws which provides for an automatic appropriation for Coventry Fire Districts which fail to approve an annual appropriation.)
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03/03/2017 Introduced, referred to House Municipal Government
03/16/2017 Committee recommended measure be held for further study
  House Bill No. 5873
BY  Phillips, Winfield, McKiernan, Newberry, Edwards
ENTITLED, AN ACT RELATING TO TOWNS AND CITIES — INTERLOCAL CONTRACTING AND JOINT ENTERPRISES, AND REGIONAL EMERGENCY COMMUNICATION DISTRICTS (Authorizes two or more municipalities to form regional emergency communication districts.)
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03/08/2017 Introduced, referred to House Municipal Government
03/23/2017 Committee recommended measure be held for further study
  House Bill No. 5881
BY  Craven, Amore, Marshall, Edwards
ENTITLED, AN ACT RELATING TO TOWNS AND CITIES — FIREFIGHTER DISABILITY (Creates a work disabling presumption for any firefighter who passed a physical examination upon entry into service and who later contracts disabling hypertension, stroke, or heart disease.)
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03/09/2017 Introduced, referred to House Labor
04/06/2017 Committee recommended measure be held for further study
06/19/2017 Scheduled for consideration
06/19/2017 Meeting postponed (06/21/2017)
  House Bill No. 5891
BY  Morgan, Roberts, Price, Chippendale, Quattrocchi
ENTITLED, AN ACT RELATING TO PUBLIC UTILITIES AND CARRIERS — E-911 UNIFORM EMERGENCY TELEPHONE SYSTEM DIVISION (Requires all the money collected for various billed services, by each telecommunications provider be deposited in a restricted receipt account, not the general fund.)
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03/09/2017 Introduced, referred to House Finance
05/02/2017 Committee recommended measure be held for further study
  House Bill No. 5904
BY  Marszalkowski, Ackerman, McLaughlin, Phillips
ENTITLED, AN ACT RELATING TO THE CUMBERLAND FIRE DISTRICT (Establishes that membership on the Cumberland Fire District Fire Committee constitutes holding a public office and that the elections of the Fire Committee are governed by state election laws.)
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03/10/2017 Introduced, referred to House Judiciary
03/21/2017 Committee recommended measure be held for further study
06/17/2017 Scheduled for consideration (06/20/2017)
06/20/2017 Committee recommends passage
06/24/2017 Placed on House Calendar (06/26/2017)
06/26/2017 House read and passed
06/28/2017 Senate passed in concurrence
  House Bill No. 5966
BY  Chippendale, Keable, Winfield
ENTITLED, AN ACT IN AMENDMENT TO AN ACT ENTITLED “AN ACT TO INCORPORATE THE WEST GLOCESTER FIRE DISTRICT” (Amends the charter of the West Glocester Fire District.)
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03/22/2017 Introduced, referred to House Municipal Government
03/29/2017 Committee recommended measure be held for further study
05/19/2017 Scheduled for consideration (05/24/2017)
05/24/2017 Committee recommends passage
05/26/2017 Placed on House Calendar (06/01/2017)
06/01/2017 House read and passed
06/07/2017 Referred to Senate Housing and Municipal Government
06/14/2017 Committee recommends passage in concurrence
06/20/2017 Senate passed in concurrence
06/20/2017 Transmitted to Governor
  House Bill No. 5973
Chapter 033
BY  McKiernan, Almeida, Johnston, Keable, Lombardi
ENTITLED, AN ACT RELATING TO LABOR AND LABOR RELATIONS – FIREFIGHTERS’ ARBITRATION (Allows unionized firefighters to enter into an agreement which continues all contractual provisions contained in an expiring contract until a successor agreement has been reached.)
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03/22/2017 Introduced, referred to House Labor
04/06/2017 Committee recommended measure be held for further study
05/19/2017 Scheduled for consideration (05/25/2017)
05/25/2017 Committee recommends passage
05/26/2017 Placed on House Calendar (06/01/2017)
06/01/2017 House read and passed
06/07/2017 Referred to Senate Labor
06/14/2017 Committee recommends passage in concurrence
06/20/2017 Senate passed in concurrence
06/20/2017 Transmitted to Governor
06/21/2017 Signed by Governor
  House Bill No. 6113
(by request)
BY  Winfield
ENTITLED, AN ACT RELATING TO TOWNS AND CITIES — SUBDIVISION REGULATIONS (Permits the substitution by a developer of sprinklers in new developments instead of cisterns or water reservoirs for fire suppression, if allowed by ordinance.)
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04/13/2017 Introduced, referred to House Municipal Government
04/26/2017 Committee recommended measure be held for further study
  House Bill No. 6185
BY  Donovan, Marshall
ENTITLED, AN ACT RELATING TO TAXATION – BRISTOL VOLUNTEER FIREFIGHTERS TAX RELIEF (Enables the town of Bristol to provide tax relief to volunteer firefighters based upon certain qualifying criteria.)
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05/03/2017 Introduced, referred to House Municipal Government
05/10/2017 Committee recommended measure be held for further study
06/12/2017 Scheduled for consideration (06/14/2017)
06/14/2017 Committee recommends passage
06/16/2017 Placed on House Calendar (06/20/2017)
06/20/2017 House read and passed
06/20/2017 Referred to Senate Finance
  House Bill No. 6308
BY  Bennett, McNamara, Solomon, Cunha, Coughlin
ENTITLED, AN ACT RELATING TO HEALTH AND SAFETY – AUTOMATED EXTERNAL DEFIBRILLATORS REQUIRED (Requires an automated external defibrillator (AED) and qualified person to administer an AED at all public places capable of holding three hundred (300) people or more.)
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06/08/2017 Introduced, referred to House H.E.W.
06/14/2017 Committee recommended measure be held for further study

PPA docs

ppa medical and waiver forms

Fireground Survival Program – February 27, 2016

2016 SEMINAR INFO

The RIAFC will host the Fireground SurvivalProgram on February 27, 2016 at the West Valley Inn in West Warwick. Chief Billy Goldfedder, E.F.O.,  will be presenting this popular and informational day long program from 08:00 hours to 17:00 hours. Click on the link above or the PDF below for the details on the seminar itself.

REGISTER TODAY for February 27, 2016

Location: West Valley Inn, West Warwick RI

Cost: $25 per person

(The fee will include coffee pastry in the morning, hot and cold buffet for lunch)

Firefighters, company officers and chiefs should register for this one day seminar.

(Scroll down to register and pay for this seminar).

Seminar Info 

Download the PDF file Seminar Info.

 

2017 Captain Mike Dugan, FDNY ret. Seminar

Please join us for this years seminar at the East Greenwich Firemen's Hall on January 28, 2017. To attend please register and pay by completing the form below.
  • Price: $25.00 Quantity:
    Please indicate the number of tickets you would like to purchase
  • $0.00

RIAFC December 17th Christmas Party & Monthly Meeting

2015 Christmas flyer   click here to download

 

Christmas flyer

Download the PDF file Christmas flyer.

2016 Christmas Party Tickets

Please join us for this years Christmas Party! Please complete the form below.
  • Price: $35.00 Quantity:
    Please indicate the number of tickets you would like to purchase
  • $0.00

RIAFC October 27th Steak Fry meeting

RIAFC October 27th Steak Fry meeting

The RIAFC will be holding a Steak Fry meeting on

Thursday, October 27, 2016

Club Jogues

184 Boston St, Coventry, RI 02816

Dinner at 6:30 p.m.

(Guest and friends of the RIAFC welcome)

Cash Bar

(pitchers of soda included at table)

Donations are $25 per person

A 50/50 raffle will be held with proceeds benefiting the RIAFC Foundation.

If you are planning on attending please call or email Chief Susi by October 21st at the latest

so that we can get a head count to Club Jogues for them to plan accordingly.

Commitments are very important so that we do not overbuy the food and supplies associated with our steak fry.

Chief Susi – 692-0795 or email at rifirechiefs@gmail.com

2016 RIAFC Steak Fry

Please join us for this years RIAFC Steak Fry at Club Jogues on October 27th If you would like to attend please complete the form below.
  • Price: $25.00 Quantity:
    Please indicate the number of tickets you would like to purchase
  • $0.00

PPA Registration Now Open

PPA online registration for practice dates in September and testing dates in October is now open. Click on the following link to go directly to the PPA registration page on the website.

http://rifirechiefs.com/ppa-info/

 

Station Fire Fund support

The RIAFC was pleased to have Gina Russo, of the Station Fire Fund, speak to our members at a recent RIAFC monthly meeting. The RIAFC will be supporting their effort to build the Station Fire Memorial and we are asking all of our members and friends to do the same. All of the information is in the flyers below. Please take a look and help support this extremely worthwhile cause.

Station Fire Fund flyer

Brick campaign flyer

Download the PDF file .

2015 RIAFC Clam Bake on Block Island

2015 flyer

WE’RE BACK TO BALLARD’S ON BLOCK ISLAND

Friday, August 28, 2015 Arrive anytime you would like and then… 12:30-1:15 p.m. All-You-Can-Eat New England Clam Chowder and Clamcakes 4 p.m. Main Buffet 1-1/4 lb Steamed Lobster or Club Cut 12 oz Sirloin, Corn on the Cob, Rosemary Roasted Potatoes, Steamers and Mussels (Steamers depend upon availability) * 2 limited drink tickets for domestic beer, house wine or soda For tickets or reservations, call Rick Susi 401-692-0795 or e-mail rifirechiefs@gmail.com or mail to PO Box 6041, Providence, RI 02940

RESERVATIONS ABSOLUTELY REQUIRED

(scroll down for registration and payment option)

Download the PDF file 2015 flyer.

 

Clam Bake Online Registration

Please join us for this years clambake! Please complete the form below.
  • Price: $50.00 Quantity:
    Please indicate the number of Steak dinners you wish to purchase. If none put in 0
  • Price: $50.00 Quantity:
    Please indicate the number of Lobster dinners you wish to purchase. If none put in 0
  • $0.00

TOWN OF PORTSMOUTH, RI ANNOUNCES JOB OPPORTUNITY FOR PART-TIME CIVILIAN FIRE DISPATCHERS

TOWN OF PORTSMOUTH, RI ANNOUNCES JOB OPPORTUNITY FOR PART-TIME CIVILIAN FIRE DISPATCHERS

Applicants must be 21 years of age or older; must possess a High School diploma or G.E.D., college degree or work preferred; must possess technical and computer skills; must meet established departmental medical standards.

Applications are required and available Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. in the Finance/Personnel office, Town Hall, 2200 East Main Road, Portsmouth, RI 02871 or may be downloaded from the Town website at www.portsmouthri.com.

Completed applications must be received no later than 2:00 p.m., Thursday, April 30, 2015.

AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

James L. Lathrop, CPA Finance/Personnel Director

RI LAST Team Seminar on May 20th

RI-LAST TEAM FLYER

 

LAST flyer 

Download the PDF file LAST flyer.

LAST May 20 2015

RI LAST Team event