Gov. Lamont’s Latest Plan to Rush a Tolls Vote

Posted on December 5, 2019 by admin


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Recently Governor Lamont told legislative leaders that he wants to convene the legislature for a Special Session before the holidays to vote on the annual bond package of construction projects, a legal settlement for hospitals, resolution of a wage issue for restaurants workers, and most concerning – highway tolls.

The Governor’s push for a year-end vote on a $20 billion 35 year transportation plan…

  • Includes trucks-only tolls that have been legally challenged in Rhode Island
  • Requires a legislative

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Small Business Saturday – Nov. 30th

Posted on November 29, 2019 by admin


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Dear Friends & Neighbors,

Now that Thanksgiving has passed and the holiday shopping rush has begun, I encourage you to shop local this season.

Shopping local not only helps out our neighbors who own and work at small businesses – it puts money right back into the local economy by ensuring that up to 67% of the money spent stays in our community.

With that in mind, I want to remind you that tomorrow, November 30th, is Small Business Saturday, a nationwide celebration of small businesses’ contributions

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Reps. Davis and Hall Learn About “Net Zero” Buildings

Posted on November 26, 2019 by admin


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EAST WINDSOR – State Representatives Christopher Davis (R-57) and Carol Hall (R-59) recently toured the Blake Equipment warehouse facility which was recently certified as the state’s first “net zero” commercial building. Net zero buildings produce as much energy on-site as they consume.

Founded in 1927, the Blake Group specializes in water and thermal energy systems offering products for commercial, residential and institutional buildings.

“It was a very interesting and informative tour,” said Rep. Hall. “I was very impressed with how Blake Equipment made use of this facility to test equipment and installation techniques to improve the services they offer to their customers.”

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