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PUBLIC NOTICE REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS PORTSMOUTH HOUSING AUTHORITY PHYSICAL CONDITION ASSESSMENT SERVICES The Portsmouth Housing Authority is seeking qualified firms to conduct a Physical Condition Assessment for its 40-unit Quaker Manor development located at 2368 East Main Road, Portsmouth, RI 02871-0118. The assessment is a requirement under the Rental Assistance Demonstration (RAD) program. Interested firms may obtain the bid documents via email or in person from the two sources cited below: Email requests only: Stephen J. O'Rourke, Project Consultant Sjo2346@aol.com In person: Portsmouth Housing Authority 2368 East Main Road Portsmouth, RI 02871 The Portsmouth Housing Authority is an equal opportunity employer. It encourages minority and women-owned businesses to apply.
Published: 5/23/2015
Legal Notice National Grid Tariff Advice Request RIPUC Docket No. 4535 Pursuant to Rhode Island General Laws �39-3-11 and Rule 1.9(c) of the Rules of Practice and Procedure of the Rhode Island Public Utilities Commission ("Commission"), the Narragansett Electric Company, d/b/a National Grid ("Company"), hereby gives notice that on May 15, 2015, the Company filed its proposed Long-Term Contracting For Renewable Energy Recovery ("LTC Recovery") Factor of $0.00230 per kWh, applicable to all customers, for the period July 1, 2015 through December 31, 2015 ("Pricing Period"). The proposed LTC Recovery Factor is designed to recover the estimated above market costs associated with the Company's executed long-term contracts for the Pricing Period. The impact of the proposed LTC Recovery Factor on a typical residential customer using 500 kWhs per month is an increase of $0.90 per month, or 0.9%. The proposed LTC Recovery Factor will be included in the Renewable Energy Distribution Charge line item on all customers' bills. The proposed LTC Recovery Factor is being filed pursuant to the Company's LTC Recovery Provision, RIPUC No. 2127, approved by the Rhode Island Public Utilities Commission in Docket No. 4338, which allows for the recovery of payments made to projects under long-term contracts executed pursuant to R.I.G.L. �39-26.1 and distributed generation ("DG") standard contracts executed pursuant to R.I.G.L. �39-26.2, less the proceeds obtained from the sale of energy, capacity, renewable energy certificates, or other attributes. Pursuant to R.I.G.L. �39-26.1-5(f), the proposed LTC Recovery Factor reflects the recovery of the estimated above-market costs associated with the Company's power purchase agreements and DG standard contracts associated with units that have entered commercial operation. A detailed description and calculation of the proposed LTC Recovery Factor and supporting documentation are included in the Company's application, which is on file for examination at the offices of the Public Utilities Commission, 89 Jefferson Boulevard, Warwick, Rhode Island. National Grid
Published: 5/22/2015
Legal Notice of National Grid's Electric Revenue Decoupling Mechanism Reconciliation Filing for the Year Ending March 31, 2015 RIPUC Docket No. 4566 Pursuant Rhode Island General Laws Sections 39-3-10 and 39-3-11 and in accordance with R.I. Gen. Laws � 39-1-27.7.1 and National Grid Tariff RIPUC NG No. 2073, on May 14, 2015, National Grid filed with the Rhode Island Public Utilities Commission (PUC) its annual Revenue Decoupling Mechanism (RDM) Reconciliation and proposed RDM Adjustment Factor. Pursuant to the RDM Provision applicable to its electric operations, the Company is required to submit to the PUC an annual RDM reconciliation that compares the Annual Target Revenue to actual billed distribution revenue for the RDM year. The RDM reconciliation amount for the 12-month period ending March 31, 2015 is an under-recovery of $7,050,662. The resulting RDM Adjustment Factor that is applicable to all customers is a charge of $0.00091 per kWh, which will be effective July 1, 2015. The impact of the RDM adjustment factor proposed in this filing on a typical residential customer using 500 kWhs per month is an increase of $0.48, or 0.5%. The filing has been assigned RIPUC Docket No. 4566. A copy of the filing is on file for examination at National Grid, 280 Melrose Street, Providence, Rhode Island and at the office of the Rhode Island Public Utilities Commission, 89 Jefferson Blvd., Warwick, Rhode Island. National Grid
Published: 5/22/2015
Public Comment Period & Meeting Announcement for the Unified Planning Work Program (UPWP) SRPEDD Offices 88 Broadway, Taunton, MA June 9, 2015 at 4 pm The Southeastern Massachusetts Metropolitan Planning Organization (SMMPO) has approved the Draft FY2016 UPWP pending public notification and a 30-day public comment & review period which starts from the date of the posting of these draft documents on our website at www.srpedd.org. These documents are also available upon request. The public involvement process adopted for the development of the SMMPO TIP satisfies the public hearing requirements for the development of the Program of Projects (POP) for regular FTA Section 5307 grant applications for SRTA and GATRA. This notice will serve as the final POP unless projects contained within are amended. Comments: by phone (508) 824-1367, fax (508) 823-1803, by e-mail to pmission@srpedd.org or in person at the meeting.
Published: 5/22/2015
State of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations Department of Environmental Management Office of Water Resources 235 Promenade Street Providence, Rhode Island 02908-5767 Notice of Polluted Shellfishing Grounds May 2015 In accordance with the provisions of title 20, chapter 8.1 of the general laws of 1956, entitled "shellfish grounds", notice is hereby given that the water areas in Rhode Island overlying shellfish grounds herein described have been found to be in an unsatisfactory sanitary condition for the taking of shellfish for human consumption and are declared to be polluted areas. Persons taking shellfish from said waters will be prosecuted in accordance with the provisions of the aforementioned chapter. Shellfishing Prohibited Growing Area 1 - Upper Narragansett Bay GA1-3 Old Mill Creek in its entirety. (See also: the conditional closures under Upper Narragansett Bay) Growing Area 2 -Barrington, Palmer and Warren Rivers GA2-1 All waters north and east of a line from the flagpole at 178 Adams Point Road on Adams Point in Barrington to the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management range marker at Jacobs Point, including all waters of the Barrington River and Palmer River in their entireties. Growing Area 3 - East Middle Bay Bristol Harbor GA3-1 Bristol Harbor, east of a line from the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management range marker located on pole # 20 Poppasquash Road at the northernmost indentation of Bristol Harbor to the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management range marker located on the northern extremity of Hog Island, and north of a line from the northern extremity of Hog Island to the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management range marker located at the western extension of Low Lane on Bristol Neck. (See also: the seasonal closures GA3-2 under Bristol Harbor and GA3-5 under Potter Cove) Mount Hope Bay and Vicinity GA3-3 Mount Hope Bay and vicinity south and west of the Rhode Island - Massachusetts state line to a line from the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management range marker located on the shoreline of Touisset Point to the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management range marker on Common Fence point that intersects with a line from the east side of the Mt Hope Bridge abutment at Bristol Point to the Buoy R4 channel marker located on the southerly side of the Mount Hope Bay channel, including the waters north and east of a line from the landward end of the rock jetty at Bristol Point to the Hog Island Shoal Light, to the southwestern extremity of Arnold Point in Portsmouth, where a Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management range marker has been established, and north of a line in the Sakonnet River at the centerline of the Sakonnet Bridge in Portsmouth and Tiverton. East Middle Bay GA3-4 The waters in the vicinity of Melville east of a line from Coggeshall Point southwesterly to the southeastern most point of Dyer Island and the area east of a line from the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management range marker at Carr Point northwesterly to the southeastern most point of Dyer Island Portsmouth. GA3-6 All waters of Barker Brook (a.k.a. Bloody Brook) in Portsmouth east of a line from the most southeastern landward corner of the Carnegie Abbey dock located to the north of the mouth and the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management range marker located approximately 250 feet south of the mouth of the brook. GA3-7 All waters of Nag Pond on Prudence Island. Growing Area 4 - Sakonnet River GA4-1 That portion of the "Cove" in Portsmouth south of a line from the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management range marker located on the southern end of Hummock Point to the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management range marker located at the eastern extremity of a point of land on the western shore of the cove. GA4-2 The Sakonnet River south and west of a line from the most north-western corner to the north-eastern most corner of the abutments of the former railroad bridge between Portsmouth and Tiverton and north of a line extending from the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management painted marker on the south-western most corner of the Stone Bridge in Tiverton to the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management range marker at the eastern-most extension of Morningside Lane in Portsmouth. GA4-3 All tidal waters of the "Gut" (so called), located at the north end of Nannaquaket Pond, north of the northern side of Rt. 77 (Main Road) in Tiverton. GA4-4 All waters of the Quaket River east of a line extending from the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management range marker painted on the rocks near the northwestern point of Nannaquaket Neck to the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management range marker located on pole #84 Main Road in Tiverton on the opposite shore and east to the eastern most side of the Nannaquaket Bridge in Tiverton. GA4-5 Sakonnet Harbor south of a line from the light at the end of the Sakonnet breakwater to a point of land near the end of Goodrich Lane on the eastern shore of the Harbor. GA4-6 All waters of Almy's Brook, the Mary C. Donovan Marsh and the tidally influenced waters of Nonquit Pond south of the dam located at Pond Bridge Road on the eastern shore of Little Compton and Tiverton. Growing Area 5 - Kickemuit River GA5-1 The northern portion of the Kickemuit River north of a line from the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management range marker located at the eastern extension of Patterson Avenue in the Laurel Park section of Warren to the flagpole on the opposite eastern shore on the property of #61 Asylum Road in Touisset. Growing Area 6 - East Passage GA6-1 The waters of the East Passage, south of a line from the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management range marker located approximately 900 feet south of Carr Point to buoy "Gr C" located at Fiske Rock, and north and east of an intersecting line from the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management range marker located approximately 2,300 feet north of the rock jetty formerly known as the Blue Gold Pier opposite Vigilant Street in Middletown, to nun buoy "22". GA6-2 East Passage and Newport Harbor east of a line from the northwest corner of the concrete bulkhead at Fort Adams State Park to the Rose Island light, east of a line from the Rose Island light to the rectangular structure located on the southeast corner of Gould Island, and east of a line to the day marker at Halfway Rock, and south of a line from the day marker on Halfway Rock to the northwest corner of rock jetty formerly known as Blue and Gold Pier, located approximately 800 feet north of Greene Lane in Portsmouth. Jamestown Area GA6-3 The waters on the east shore of Jamestown, in the vicinity of East Ferry and Taylor Point, west of a line from Bull Point in Jamestown to the house on the rocks located in The Dumplings to Bell Buoy F1 (2 +1) G6s and south of an intersecting line from the northern most tip of Taylor Point to Bell Buoy F1 (2 +1) G6s. East Passage and Newport Harbor GA6-4 The waters within 500 feet of the firing pier at the U.S. Navy Torpedo Testing Station at the northern end of Gould Island. Growing Area 7 - West Passage GA7-1 The waters in the vicinity of Quonset Point, south of a line from the northeastern end of the bulkhead at Quonset State Airport to nun buoy "10", west of a line from nun buoy "10" to nun buoy "8", north and west of the intersection of a line from nun buoy "8" to the northernmost tip of Fox Island, and north and east of a line from the southerly extension of 2nd Street of the Sauga Point area in North Kingstown to the western extremity of Sand Point on Jamestown. Wickford Harbor and Vicinity GA7-2 That portion of Wickford Harbor west of a line from the marker on Big Rock Point to the most southeast corner of the dock at the Wickford yacht Club, 165 Pleasant St to a Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management range marker on the most southern point of Cornelius Island, and west of a line from the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management range marker at the most western point of Cornelius Island to the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management range marker on the southern extremity of Calf Neck, including Wickford and Mill Coves and their tributaries. (see also: the seasonal closures (GA7-6) under Wickford Harbor) West Passage GA7-3 Bissel Cove west of a line from the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management range marker on the north shore of Bissel Cove in the vicinity of "The Homestead" so-called to the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management range marker on the southern shore of Bissel Cove. GA7-4 The waters within a 700 foot radius of the extension of South Ferry Road at the U.R.I. Bay Campus, including the E.P.A. dock located north of South Ferry Road and the G.S.O. dock located south of South Ferry Road. GA7-7 Fox Hill Pond in its entirety. GA7-8 All waters of Sheffield Cove in Jamestown south of a line from the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management range marker located at the western extension of Maple Avenue to the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management range marker located at the northernmost point of land on the opposite western shore at the "entrance" to the cove. (See also: the seasonal closure (GA7-5) under Jamestown area) Growing Area 7-2 - Pettaquamscutt River (Narrow River) GA7-2-1 All waters of the Narrow River, Pettaquamscutt Cove, and the Narrows in its entirety. Growing Area 8 - Greenwich Bay Greenwich Bay - Apponaug Cove and Bakers Creek GA8-1 All waters of Greenwich Bay in the area of Apponaug Cove including all waters of Bakers Creek north and west of a line from the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management range marker located on the NECO Pole #6 at the end of Neptune Street in Chepiwanoxet to the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management range marker located at the extension of Capron Farm Drive in Nausauket including Apponaug Cove, the northwest corner of Greenwich Bay and Marys Pond and Thatch Cove (so called) south of Arnold's Neck. (See also: the conditional and seasonal closure under Greenwich Bay) Greenwich Cove GA8-2 Greenwich Cove westerly and southerly of a line from the Department of Environmental Management range marker located on the northerly point of Long Point to the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management range marker located on the southerly point of Chepiwanoxet. (See also: the conditional and seasonal closure under Greenwich Bay) Brush Neck Cove and Buttonwoods Cove GA8-3 All waters of Brush Neck Cove and Buttonwoods Cove north of a line from the easternmost point of Buttonwoods Neck in Buttonwoods, to the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management range marker on Pole #35 at the western extension of Strand Avenue at Oakland Beach. (See also: the conditional and seasonal closure under Greenwich Bay) Old Warwick Cove GA8-4 Old Warwick Cove, north of a line from the southeastern most riprap jetty at the entrance to Warwick Cove, located at the southeastern end of Oakland Beach to the southern (landward) end of Dorr's Dock on Warwick Neck. (See also: the conditional and seasonal closure under Greenwich Bay) Growing Area 9 - West Middle Bay Allen Harbor and Little Allen Harbor GA9-1 Allen Harbor, west of a line from the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management range marker on the southeastern most extremity of Calf Pasture Point, to the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management range marker on the northeastern most extremity of Spink Neck, including Allen Harbor, Little Allen Harbor, and the entrance channel in their entirety. GA9-2 The waters in the vicinity of Piers #1 and #2 at the Davisville depot that are south of a line from the northeast corner of Pier #2 (the more northerly pier at the Davisville depot) to nun buoy "16" and north and west of the intersection of the lines from the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management range marker located on the bulkhead at approximately 300 feet south of Pier #1 (the more southerly pier at the Davisville depot) to nun buoy "12", and a line from the north�eastern end of the bulkhead at Quonset State Airport through nun buoy "16". GA9-3 Frys Pond in its entirety and all waters in so called Frys Cove west of a line from the most southern point of the wooden bulkhead at the southeast corner of the Quonset-Davisville Commerce Park to the inside north-west corner of the stone bulkhead containing the Quonset State Airport runways. GA9-4 Included in description of closure number GA7-1 GA9-5 The waters of the Potowomut River west of a line from the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management range marker located on Marsh Point on the northern shoreline to the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management range marker located on Projac Point on the southern shore. Growing Area 10 - Point Judith and Potters Pond GA10-1 Point Judith Pond north of a line from the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management range marker located in Smelt Brook Cove to the Rhode Island Departmental Environment Management range marker located at the northwest tip of Pine Tree Point, including the northern portion of Smelt Brook Cove, Congdon Cove, the Narrows, Long Cove, Upper Pond, Silver Spring Cove, Stone Water Fence Cove, and the tidal portion of the Saugatucket River and all other tributaries north and east of this line. GA10-2 The waters of Champlin Cove located in Pt. Judith Pond, north of a line from the northern most corner of the rip-rap bulkhead at the Briggs Farm Improvement Assoc. parking lot to the northeast landward end of CRMC dock # 1690 on the opposite shore. GA10-3 The waters in the vicinity of Snug Harbor within 500 feet of shore from Gooseberry Road to High Point. GA10-4 Potter Pond channel east of a line across the western end of the Potter Pond entrance channel located approximately 500 feet west of Succotash Road and west of a line from a point of land on the northern shore of the channel approximately 700 feet east of Succotash Road to a point of land directly to the south on the southern shore of the channel GA10-5 The waters in the vicinity of Galilee within 500 feet of the shore from the northern end of the breach way to the eastern side of the Great Island Road Bridge to the southwestern extension of Basin Road. GA10-6 The waters in the vicinity of Jerusalem within 500 feet of the shore from the northern end of the breachway to a point approximately 850 feet north of the state pier which is south of a line through red N "6" to a point 500 feet east of the shoreline. Growing Area 11NG - Ninigret and Green Hill Ponds GA11NG-1 All waters of Ninigret Pond, east of a line from the southeastern landward end of the CRMC Permitted Dock ID #1647 located at 2 Pequot Drive to the southwest tip of Heather Island, and then from the southwest tip of Heather Island to the Department of Environmental Management range marker located at #89 Potter Road, Charlestown, and including Green Hill Pond in its entirety. Growing Area 11QW - Quonochontaug and Winnapaug Ponds GA11QW-1 All tidal pond waters east of Weekapaug Road in the Winnapaug Pond area of Westerly. Growing Area 12 - Little Narragansett Bay Pawcatuck River and Little Narragansett Bay GA12-1 All the waters of Little Narragansett Bay and the Pawcatuck River within the State of Rhode Island which are northeast of a line from the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management range marker on a pole (Latitude 41.3217� N, Longitude 71.8787� W) near the southeastern extremity of Sandy Point to a Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management range marker on a pole (Latitude 41.3103�, Longitude 71.8775� W) on the northern shoreline of Napatree Point, including all waters of the "Kitchen", so called and those waters northeast of the southwest shoreline of Sandy Point to the state line. Harvesters should refer to the above latitudes and longitudes for the closure line if the range markers and or poles are no longer present. Growing Area 13 - Block Island GA13-2 All waters of Cormorant Cove in Great Salt Pond which are within 200 feet of the outlet of the tidal pond that discharges to the cove under Cormorant Cove Road. Growing Area 14E - Offshore Pt. Judith / Narragansett to Westport GA14E-1 Castle Hill Cove in its entirety. GA14E-2 Eastons Bay north of a line from the southeast extension of Tuckermans Terrace in Middletown to the south-east extension of Narragansett Avenue in Newport meant to include "Forty Steps". Growing Area 14W - Offshore Napatree Point to Point Judith / Narragansett Including Block Island Rhode Island Sound GA14W-1 The waters in the vicinity of Scarborough which are within 5,600 feet of the marine outfall sewer located south of Scarborough beach and east of Fort Nathaniel Greene 41.3806� N, 71.4711� W. GA14W-2 The waters in the vicinity of Tucker's Dock which are within 4,000 feet of the marine outfall sewer located 41.4212� N, 71.4526� W. New Shoreham (Block Island) GA14W-3 The waters in the vicinity of Pebbly Beach which are within 5,900 feet of the marine outfall sewer located 41.1678� N, 71.5512� W, including Old Harbor in its entirety. Growing Area 15 - Seekonk River GA15-1 All waters of the Seekonk River and all its tributaries. Growing Area 16 - Providence River GA16-1 All waters of the Providence River north and west of a line from the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management range marker on a pole located on Conimicut Point to the center of the Old Tower at Nayatt Point including any tributaries north of this line. (note: see GA1-4 and GA1-1 for additional closure areas in the Upper Narragansett Bay extension of the Providence River.) Growing Area 17 - Mt. Hope Bay GA17-2 Mount Hope Bay and vicinity south and west of the Rhode Island-Massachusetts state line to a line from the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management range marker located on the shoreline of Touisset Point to the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management range marker on Common Fence point that intersects with a line from the east side of the Mt Hope Bridge abutment at Bristol Point to the Buoy R4 channel marker located on the southerly side of the Mount Hope Bay channel, including the waters north and east of a line from the landward end of the rock jetty at Bristol Point to the Hog Island Shoal Light, to the southwestern extremity of Arnold Point in Portsmouth, where a Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management range marker has been established, and north of a line in the Sakonnet River at the centerline of the Sakonnet Bridge in Portsmouth and Tiverton. Seasonal Closures Seasonal Closures begin at sunrise of the Saturday immediately prior to Memorial Day and ends at sunrise of the Tuesday immediately following Columbus Day Except as Noted. in accordance with the provisions of chapter 20-8.1 of the general laws of 1956, as amended, entitled "shellfish grounds", notice is hereby given that the following areas have been found to be in an unsatisfactory sanitary condition for the taking of shellfish for human consumption and declared to be polluted areas during the period of each year extending from sunrise of the Saturday immediately prior to memorial day and ends at sunrise of the Tuesday immediately following Columbus Day. Persons taking shellfish from said waters during this period will be prosecuted in accordance with provisions of the aforementioned chapter. Marina Facility Seasonal Closure The symbol on the attached maps indicates a seasonal closure of all waters within 25 feet of any in water structure for docking vessels (e.g. dock, piling, floating dock, etc.). These waters shall be closed to shellfish harvesting beginning at sunrise of the Saturday immediately prior to Memorial Day and ending at sunrise of the Tuesday immediately following Columbus Day. The specific marina facilities are listed below by growing area. Growing Area 3 - East Middle Bay Bristol Harbor GA3-2 Bristol Harbor, west of a line from the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management range marker located on pole #20 Poppasquash Rd. at the northernmost indentation of Bristol Harbor to the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management range marker located at the northernmost extremity of Hog Island and north of a line from the CRMC Permitted Dock # 419 located at 163 Poppasquash Road to the most north-western corner of the Rockwell Pier municipal parking lot in Bristol Harbor. Potter Cove (Prudence Island) GA3-5 Potter Cove, northerly and westerly of a line from the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management range marker established at the southwesterly extremity of Gull Point on Prudence Island to the southeast landward corner of the State of Rhode Island dock at the southern entrance to Potter Cove on the east shore of Prudence Island. Growing Area 5 - Kickemuit River All waters within 25 feet of any in water structure for docking vessels (e.g. dock, piling, floating dock, etc.) at the following marina facilities: Marina Facility Name (As Currently Known), Town, Water Body, Latitude, Longitude Senn's Marina, Warren (Touisset), Kickemuit River, 41� 42.07860' N 71� 14.55900' W Growing Area 7 - West Passage Jamestown Area GA7-5 The waters on the west shore of Jamestown in the vicinity of West Ferry which are south and east of a line from the landward side of the northeast corner of the Fort Getty Pier to the south side of the mouth of Great Creek except those waters of Sheffield Cove south of a line from the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management range marker located at the western extension of Maple Avenue to the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management range marker located on the northernmost point of land on the opposite western shore at the "entrance" to the cove including those waters of Fox Hill Pond. (see also prohibited areas 7-7 and 7-8) Wickford Harbor GA7-6 Wickford Harbor, west of Sauga Point breakwater and a line from the light at the southern end of the Sauga Point breakwater to the northern end of the Poplar Point breakwater and west of the Poplar Point breakwater and east of a line from the marker at Big Rock Point to the most southeast corner of the dock at the Wickford yacht Club, 165 Pleasant St to a Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management range marker on the most southern point of Cornelius Island, and east of a line from the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management range marker at the most western point of Cornelius Island to the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management range marker on the southern extremity of Calf Neck, including Wickford and Mill Coves and their tributaries. Greenwich Bay GA8-7 In effect at sunrise of December 1 through sunrise of January 1 - All waters of Greenwich Bay south and east of the current prohibited areas of Greenwich Bay including Buttonwoods Cove, Brushneck Cove, Bakers Creek, Apponaug Cove, Mary's Creek, Greenwich Cove and all other coves and tributaries of Greenwich Bay and west of a line from the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management range marker located on Pole #19 Beachwood Drive in Potowomut to the southeastern most riprap jetty at the entrance to Warwick Cove, located at the southeastern end of Oakland Beach. (Note: Conditional closure GA8-6 in effect during this seasonal closure and conditional closure GA8-5 in effect at all other times) Growing Area 10 - Point Judith and Potters Ponds All waters within 25 feet of any in water structure for docking vessels (e.g. dock, piling, floating dock, etc.) at the following marina facilities: Marina Facility Name (As Currently Known), Town, Water Body, Latitude, Longitude Champlin Cove/Palm Beach Ave, Narragansett, Point Judith Pond, 41� 24.37990' N, 71� 29.50326' W Harbor Island Improvement Assn., Narragansett, Point Judith Pond, 41� 24.59210' N, 71� 29.90400' W Shoreline Realty, South Kingstown, Potters Pond, 41� 23.07584' N, 71� 31.62642' W Goodwins, South Kingstown, Potters Pond Channel, 41� 23.13362' N, 71� 31.22372' W Chappell, South Kingstown, Potters Pond, 41� 23.18826' N, 71� 31.69925' W Growing Area 11NG - Ninigret - Green Hill Pond All waters within 25 feet of any in water structure for docking vessels (e.g. dock, piling, floating dock, etc.) at the following marina facilities: Marina Facility Name (As Currently Known), Town, Latitude, Longitude Lavins, Charlestown, 41� 21.53767' N, -71� 41.34456' W Ocean House Marina, Charlestown, 41� 22.88361' N, -71� 38.65055' W Fort Neck Association, Charlestown, 41� 22.85334' N, -71� 38.98532' W Tockwotten Cove Assn, Charlestown, 41� 22.30230' N, -71� 38.23214' W Pond Shore, Charlestown, 41� 22.17024' N, -71� 38.50134' W Growing Area 11QW - Quonochontaug and Winnapaug Ponds All waters within 25 feet of any in water structure for docking vessels (e.g. dock, piling, floating dock, etc.) at the following marina facilities: Marina Facility Name (As Currently Known), Town, Latitude, Longitude Weekapaug Fire District, Westerly, 41� 19.97837' N, -71� 45.84465' W Growing Area 13 - Block Island GA13-1 Closure "A": In effect at sunrise of the Saturday immediately prior to Memorial Day through sunrise of the last Saturday in June - the waters of Great Salt Pond south of a line from the northern most extremity of Cormorant Point to the western most extremity of Harris Point including all waters of Trims Pond and Harbor Pond. Closure "B": In effect at sunrise of the last Saturday in June through sunrise of the third Monday in September - all waters of Great Salt Pond, south of a line from the northern most extremity of Cormorant Point to the northern most landward dock located at the Block Island Club, including all waters of Trims Pond and Harbor Pond. Closure "C": In effect at sunrise of the third Monday in September through sunrise of the Tuesday immediately following Columbus Day - the waters of Great Salt Pond south of a line from the northern most extremity of Cormorant Point to the western most extremity of Harris Point, including all waters of Trims Pond and Harbor Pond. *refer to local town of New Shoreham ordinances for additional management restrictions. For further information contact the Block Island Harbors department at 466-3204. Conditional Closures in accordance with the provisions of title 20, chapter 8.1 of the general laws of 1956, entitled "shellfish grounds", notice is hereby given that the water areas in Rhode Island overlying shellfish grounds herein described are from time to time found to be in an unsatisfactory sanitary condition for the taking of shellfish for human consumption and are declared to be polluted areas at those times. Persons taking shellfish from said waters during those times will be prosecuted in accordance with the provisions of the aforementioned chapter. The status of these areas can be obtained at any time by phoning the Division of Enforcement, Department of Environmental Management at 222-2900. Growing Area 1 - Upper Narragansett Bay GA1-1 Upper Narragansett Bay Conditional Area A: north of a line from the southeast corner of the Rocky Point pier in Warwick to the southwest (landward) corner of the Colt State Park pier in Bristol, south of a line from the flag pole at #178 Adams Point Road on Adams Point in Barrington to the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management range marker at Jacobs Point in Warren, and south of a line from the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management range marker on a pole located on Conimicut Point to the center of Conimicut Light, and a line to the center of the Old Tower at Nayatt Point. GA1-2 Upper Narragansett Bay Conditional Area B: north of a line from Warwick Point to the northern extremity of Providence Point on Prudence Island, north of a line from the northern extremity of Providence Point to the southern extremity of Poppasquash Point in Bristol, and south of a line from the southeast corner of the Rocky Point pier in Warwick to the southwest (landward) corner of the Colt State Park pier in Bristol. GA1-4 Upper Narragansett Bay - Conimicut Triangle: North of a line from the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management range marker on a pole located on Conimicut Point to the center of the Conimicut light, and a line from the center of Conimicut Light to the center of the Old at Nayatt Point and south of a line from the Old Tower at Nayatt Point to the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management range marker on a pole located on Conimicut Point, meaning to include any portion of the Providence River included within these boundaries. Growing Area 5 - Kickemuit River Kickemuit River and Mount Hope Bay vicinity GA5-4 All waters of the Kickemuit River and Mt. Hope Bay south of a line from the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management range marker at the eastern extension of Patterson Avenue in the Laurel Park section of Warren to the flagpole on the opposite eastern shore on the property of #61 Asylum Road in Touisset, and north and west of a line from the eastern landward side of the Mt Hope Bay bridge abutment at Bristol Point to the Buoy "R4" channel marker located on the southerly side of the Mount Hope Bay channel, that intersects with a line from the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management range marker located approximately midway on Touisset Point to the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management range marker located on Common Fence Point in Portsmouth. (See also 17-1 for that portion of the conditional closure included in the GA17 Mt Hope Bay Growing Area.) Growing Area 8 - Greenwich Bay GA8-5 In effect only from sunrise January 1 to sunset November 30, the waters of Greenwich Bay, north and west of a line from the eastern extremity of Sandy Point in Warwick to the flag pole located at the Warwick Country Club on Warwick Neck, excluding Apponaug Cove and all tributaries north and west of a line from the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management range marker located at the end of Neptune Street in Chepiwanoxet to the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management range marker located at the extension of Capron Farm Drive in Nausauket, including Apponaug Cove, the northwest corner of Greenwich Bay and Mary's Pond and Thatch Cove (so called) south of Arnold's Neck, excluding all waters of Bakers Creek and those waters of Brush Neck and Buttonwoods Cove north of a line from the easternmost point of Buttonwoods Neck to the western extension of Strand Avenue at Oakland Beach, excluding Greenwich Cove westerly and southerly of a line from the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management range marker located on Long Point to the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management range marker on the southerly point of Chepiwanoxet and excluding Old Warwick Cove north of a line from the southeastern riprap jetty at the entrance to Warwick Cove located at the southeastern end of Oakland Beach to the southern (landward) end of the Dock located at the westerly extension of Randall Avenue on the so called Dorr's Landing on Warwick Neck. GA8-6 In effect only from sunrise December 1 through sunrise January 1, all waters south and east of a line from the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management range marker located on Pole #19 Beachwood Drive in Potowomut to the southeastern most riprap jetty at the entrance to Warwick Cove, located at the southeastern end of Oakland Beach excluding Old Warwick Cove north of a line from the southeastern riprap jetty at the entrance to Warwick Cove located at the southeastern end of Oakland Beach to the southern (landward) end of Dorr's Dock on Warwick Neck and north and west of a line from the eastern extremity of Sandy Point in Warwick to the flag pole located at the Warwick Country Club on Warwick Neck. Growing Area 17 - Mount Hope Bay GA17-1 All waters of the Kickemuit River and the Mount Hope Bay south of a line from the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management range marker at the eastern extension of Patterson Avenue in the Laurel Park section of Warren to the flagpole on the opposite eastern shore on the property of #61 Asylum Road in Touisset, and north and west of a line from the eastern landward side of the Mt Hope Bay bridge abutment at Bristol Point to the Buoy "R4" channel marker located on the southerly side of the Mount Hope Bay channel, that intersects with a line from the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management range marker located approximately midway on Touisset Point to the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management range marker located on Common Fence Point in Portsmouth. (See also 5-4 for that portion of the conditional closure included in the GA5 Kickemuit River Growing Area.) Management Rules *note: Certain fisheries management rules apply to shellfish harvesting. Specific hours for commercial and recreational harvesting of all shellfish have been established. For information regarding management restrictions, call the Division of Fish, Wildlife, and Estuarine Resources at (401) 423-1920, Monday through Friday. Janet Coit Director
Published: 5/22/2015
STATE OF RHODE ISLAND AND PROVIDENCE PLANTATIONS FAMILY COURT JUVENILE CLERK'S OFFICE ADVERTISEMENT PROVIDENCE COUNTY DATE: March 18, 2015 WHEREAS, Department of Children, Youth and Families has filed a petition in said office alleging that TAIELISE S CURET is a dependent and/or neglected child. Now, therefore, you the said TALIA T CURET A/K/A TALIA LARIVIERE, MARTIN CURET and all parties in interest is/are hereby cited to appear, if you shall see fit before the Family Court to be held at ONE DORRANCE PLAZA, PROVIDENCE, RI 02903 within the county of PROVIDENCE COUNTY on the 29-JUN-2015 at 9:00 AM, then and there to respond to said petition. Witness, the seal of our Family Court, at Providence, 18 March, 2015 Ronald J. Pagliarini Administrator/Clerk
Published: 5/22/2015
STATE OF RHODE ISLAND AND PROVIDENCE PLANTATIONS FAMILY COURT JUVENILE CLERK'S OFFICE ADVERTISEMENT PROVIDENCE COUNTY DATE: March 18, 2015 WHEREAS, Department of Children, Youth and Families has filed a petition in said office alleging that TRENEL T. SPEARMAN is a dependent and/or neglected child. Now, therefore, you the said TALIA T CURET A/K/A TALIA LARIVIERE, EDDIE T BARR and all parties in interest is/are hereby cited to appear, if you shall see fit before the Family Court to be held at ONE DORRANCE PLAZA, PROVIDENCE, RI 02903 within the county of PROVIDENCE COUNTY on the 29-JUN-2015 at 9:00 AM, then and there to respond to said petition. Witness, the seal of our Family Court, at Providence, 18 March, 2015 Ronald J. Pagliarini Administrator/Clerk
Published: 5/22/2015
STATE OF RHODE ISLAND AND PROVIDENCE PLANTATIONS FAMILY COURT JUVENILE CLERK'S OFFICE ADVERTISEMENT PROVIDENCE COUNTY DATE: May 11, 2015 WHEREAS, Department of Children, Youth and Families has filed a petition in said office alleging that DESTANEY GRIFFIN is a dependent and/or neglected child. Now, therefore, you the said JOEL ROBINSON and all parties in interest is/are hereby cited to appear, if you shall see fit before the Family Court to be held at 45 WASHINGTON SQUARE, NEWPORT, RI 02840 within the county of NEWPORT COUNTY on the 17-JUN-2015 at 9:00 AM, then and there to respond to said petition. Witness, the seal of our Family Court, at Providence, 11 May, 2015. Ronald J. Pagliarini Administrator/Clerk
Published: 5/22/2015
STATE OF RHODE ISLAND AND PROVIDENCE PLANTATIONS FAMILY COURT JUVENILE CLERK'S OFFICE ADVERTISEMENT PROVIDENCE COUNTY DATE: May 13, 2015 Notice to: DAVID RODRIGUEZ and Any & All Parties In Interest In Re: STEVEN ANDREW HERNANDEZ Born On: 16-NOV-2002 Juvenile Number: 200227041 Case Number: PTI-15-000129 The Department of Children, Youth and Families has filed a petition in the Rhode Island Family Court to terminate your parental rights. That Petition is scheduled for a hearing on the Fifth Floor at the Family Court, ONE DORRANCE PLAZA, PROVIDENCE, RI 02903 on 9TH day of JUNE, 2015, at 9:00 AM. If you do not appear on the 9th day of JUNE, 2015, an Order will enter terminating your parental rights to this child. Ronald J. Pagliarini Administrator/Clerk
Published: 5/22/2015
STATE OF RHODE ISLAND AND PROVIDENCE PLANTATIONS FAMILY COURT JUVENILE CLERK'S OFFICE ADVERTISEMENT PROVIDENCE COUNTY DATE: May 13, 2015 Notice to: GEORGE ORTIZ and Any & All Parties In Interest In Re: NICHOLAS HERNANDEZ Born On: 25-DEC-2005 Juvenile Number: 200227042 Case Number: PTI-15-000130 The Department of Children, Youth and Families has filed a Petition in the Rhode Island Family Court to terminate your parental rights. That Petition is scheduled for a hearing on the Fifth Floor at the Family Court, ONE DORRANCE PLAZA, PROVIDENCE, RI 02903 on 9TH day of JUNE, 2015 at 9:00 AM. If you do not appear on the 9TH day of June, 2015, an Order will enter terminating your parental rights to this child. Ronald J. Pagliarini Administrator/Clerk
Published: 5/22/2015
STATE OF RHODE ISLAND AND PROVIDENCE PLANTATIONS FAMILY COURT JUVENILE CLERK'S OFFICE ADVERTISEMENT PROVIDENCE COUNTY DATE: May 13, 2015 Notice to: STACI MARIE BRAXTON and Any & All Parties In Interest In Re: STEPFAN ETHAN HARRIS BRAXTON Born On: 02-JUN-2014 Juvenile Number: 201214142 Case Number: PTI-15-000124 The Department of Children, Youth and Families has filed a Petition in the Rhode Island Family Court to terminate your parental rights. That Petition is scheduled for a hearing on the Fifth Floor at the Family Court, ONE DORRANCE PLAZA, PROVIDENCE, RI 02903 on 10TH day of JUNE, 2015 at 9:00 AM. If you do not appear on the 10TH day of June, 2015, an Order will enter terminating your parental rights to this child. Ronald J. Pagliarini Administrator/Clerk
Published: 5/22/2015
STATE OF RHODE ISLAND AND PROVIDENCE PLANTATIONS FAMILY COURT JUVENILE CLERK'S OFFICE ADVERTISEMENT PROVIDENCE COUNTY DATE: May 13, 2015 NOTICE TO: The father of a child born to LORI ANN RICKETT born on 07-MAR-2015 Any & all parties in interest. A case has been brought in the Rhode Island Family Court to decide whether you have any parental rights to this child. If you do not appear at a hearing about this matter at the Family Court, ONE DORRANCE PLAZA, PROVIDENCE, RI 02903 on 09-JUN-2015, at 9:00 AM an order will enter without your consent that you no longer have any rights to this child, and the child may be adopted. Ronald J. Pagliarini Administrator/Clerk
Published: 5/22/2015
STATE OF RHODE ISLAND AND PROVIDENCE PLANTATIONS FAMILY COURT JUVENILE CLERK'S OFFICE ADVERTISEMENT PROVIDENCE COUNTY DATE: May 13, 2015 NOTICE TO: The father of a child born to STACI MARIE BRAXTON born on 02-JUN-2014 Any & all parties in interest. A case has been brought in the Rhode Island Family Court to decide whether you have any parental rights to this child. If you do not appear at a hearing about this matter at the Family Court, ONE DORRANCE PLAZA, PROVIDENCE, RI 02903 on 10-JUN-2015, at 9:00 AM an order will enter without your consent that you no longer have any rights to this child, and the child may be adopted. Ronald J. Pagliarini Administrator/Clerk
Published: 5/22/2015
STATE OF RHODE ISLAND NEWPORT, SC SUPERIOR COURT WILLIAM W. LEAKAS Plaintiff vs. DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT and JANET COIT, in her official capacity as Director of DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT, C.A. No. NM-2015-0118 This above entitled cause which is a Miscellaneous Petition for Relief has been made by William W. Leakas, 40 Dexter St., Newport, RI 02840, pursuant to R.I.G.L. �46-22.1-3.1(2) to Quiet Title to a Vessel described as follows: A 20' O'Day white fiberglass sailboat, with hull identification number XDYPO769M750 engraved on its stern and manufactured in 1975 by O'Day Corporation, the dimensions of the craft being 19.63 feet in length and 7 feet in beam width, and with a displacement of 1,600 pounds (the "vessel"). Registration sticker MS-6001-GG is located on the bow. Interested parties with claim upon the right, title and interest of the applicant or other person in and to the described vessel shall Answer in writing to said Complaint upon the attorney for the Plaintiff, Dawn Euer, Esquire, 11 Lucas Ave., Newport, RI 02840, or via email at dawn.euer@gmail.com on or before the 12th day of June, 2015.
Published: 5/22/2015
DEPARTMENT OF BUSINESS REGULATION DIVISION OF COMMERCIAL LICENSING AND REGULATION Liquor Control Section The Department of Business Regulation gives notice that Long Live Beerworks, Inc., 425 West Fountain Street, Unit 104, Providence, RI 02903 has applied for a MANUFACTURERS BREWERY alcoholic beverage license to operate under Title 3 of the General Laws of Rhode Island, 1956, as amended. A hearing will be held on Thursday June 4, 2015 at 11:00 a.m., at the Department of Business Regulation, Liquor Section, 1511 Pontiac Avenue, Building 69, Cranston, RI 02920 in the Conference Room 69-1 at which time and place all persons interested may be heard. The Department of Business Regulation is accessible to the handicapped. Individuals requesting interpreter services for the hearing impaired must notify this office at (T.D.D.711). Maria L. D'Alessandro, Esquire Deputy Director of Licensing and Racing, and Racing and Athleticsv
Published: 5/21/2015
INVITATION TO BID BLOCK ISLAND Sealed bids for work on the Solviken Property (Plat 5, Lot 5-3, Corn Neck Road, Block Island, RI) will be received by Block Island Conservancy (BIC) and Block Island Land Trust (BILT) at the Town Clerk's Office, New Shoreham Town Hall, 16 Old Town Road, Block Island, RI, no later than 1:00 p.m. local time on Monday, June 8, 2015. Bids will be publicly opened and read aloud at the regular meeting of BILT at 4:00 p.m. at Town Hall. The owners reserve the right to reject any and all bids. The project consists of, but is not limited to, a small conservation park with a gravel parking lot, rain garden drainage area, permeable paving, curbing, rubble foundation restoration and other masonry, stabilized soil pathways, wooden platforms, planting and seeding. Bids may be awarded at the 4:00 p.m. June 12th, 2015 BIC & BILT special joint meeting also to be held at Town Hall. A bid packet, with drawings and specifications, may be obtained beginning Thursday, May 21, 2015, from the Town Clerk's Office Monday through Friday between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. They may also be downloaded from the Town's website www.new-shoreham.com. Bidders are required to contact the Town Clerk's Office at 401-466-3200 to give your full contact information to receive any notices or addenda as the bid process proceeds. There will be a pre-bid job-site meeting on the Solviken property at 12:30 p.m. Tuesday, May 26, 2015. Please contact Van Lent Assoc., Derek Van Lent, ASLA at 401-741-4987 with any questions regarding the project. Contractors are required to carry liability insurance consistent with Town of New Shoreham requirements. Proof of this insurance must be supplied with bid. No bidder may withdraw his bid for a period of 120 days, excluding Saturdays, Sundays and legal holidays, after the date of the opening of bids.
Published: 5/21/2015
KENT COUNTY WATER AUTHORITY REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL CONCERNING PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERING AND CONTRACT ADMINISTRATION SERVICES RELATED TO PROPOSED WATER SYSTEM FACILITY AND INFRASTRUCTURE DEMOLITION Invitation Sealed Proposals for professional consulting services in regard to engineering and contract administration services related to proposed water system facility and infrastructure demolition under the control of the Kent County Water Authority will be received by the Kent County Water Authority at their offices located at 1072 Main Street, West Warwick, Rhode Island 02893 until 10:00 a.m. prevailing time, on June 10, 2015 and at that time and place will be publicly opened and read aloud. The project consists of providing directly to the Kent County Water Authority final design, permitting, contract documents, engineering and contract administration services relative to existing water system facility and infrastructure demolition and site restoration at several locations. The project is related to demolition of freestanding buildings, steel and concrete tanks, and associated above and below grade appurtenances and structures in the areas of Coventry, Scituate and West Warwick. The consultants must be a multi-disciplined firm. The consulting team shall have a minimum of 5 years' experience in all aspects of public water system and civil engineering design. A complete detailed description can be found in the R.F.P. Scope of Work section. Engagement of contract administration services identified in this Request For Proposal shall be at the option of the Kent County Water Authority. Detailed Request for Proposal submittal requirements and selection criteria can be obtained at the offices of the Kent County Water Authority on or after May 21, 2015. A pre-proposal conference shall be held at the offices of the Kent County Water Authority at 10:00 a.m., prevailing time, on June 2, 2015. All prospective proposers must attend the pre-proposal conference as it becomes a condition of proposing this project. Any Proposal submitted by a proposer that does not attend will not be accepted for opening by the Kent County Water Authority. Request for Proposals documents may be picked up in person at the office of the Kent County Water Authority. Proposers will be furnished one set of Request for Proposal Documents. Additional sets may be purchased for a fee of $20.00. Proposers requesting Request for Proposal Documents by mail shall forward a non-refundable check (payable to the "Kent County Water Authority") in the amount of $20.00 per set to cover the costs of handling and mailing. Mailing will be First Class U.S. Postal Rate only. Each Proposal shall be submitted in accordance with the Instructions to Proposers. No Proposer may withdraw their proposal or any parts for a period of 90 days, excluding Saturdays, Sundays and legal holidays after the actual date of the opening of the Request for Proposals. The Kent County Water Authority reserves the right to waive any informality in or to reject any and all Proposals, or parts thereof, if deemed to be in their best interest. The offices of the Kent County Water Authority are handicapped accessible. Individuals requesting interpreter services for the hearing impaired must contact the offices of the Kent County Water Authority 72 hours before the meeting at 821-9300 (Telecommunications device for the hearing impaired available). Kent County Water Authority
Published: 5/21/2015
KENT COUNTY WATER AUTHORITY REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL RELATING TO PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERING DESIGN SERVICES, PERMITTING AND ENGINEERING SERVICES DURING CONSTRUCTION RELATED TO WATER SYSTEM INFRASTRUCTURE REPLACEMENTS Invitation Sealed Proposals for professional consulting services in regard to final design, permitting and engineering services during construction for the water system infrastructure replacements/improvements under the control of the Kent County Water Authority will be received by the Kent County Water Authority at their offices located at 1072 Main Street, West Warwick, Rhode Island 02893 until 11:00 a.m. prevailing time, on June 10, 2015 and at that time and place will be publicly opened and read aloud. The work consists of providing directly to the Kent County Water Authority, professional engineering design consultant services to prepare a final design, permitting, and engineering services during construction for infrastructure water main replacements prepared in the form of two separate construction contracts. The work is related to design of approximately 37,000 feet of water main replacements. The work includes valves, air release manholes, water services, paving, and all water system appurtenances necessary to completely design for construction the water distribution infrastructure improvements contemplated in the areas of Coventry, West Warwick and Warwick. Engagement of the construction management services identified in this Request For Proposal shall be at the option of the Kent County Water Authority. The consultants must be a multidiscipline firm. The consulting team of multi-disciplined professionals shall have a minimum of 5 years experience in each aspect of water system design and construction needed to complete the project. A complete detailed description can be found in the R.F.P. Scope of Work section. Detailed Request for Proposal submittal requirements and selection criteria can be obtained at the offices of the Kent County Water Authority on or after May 21, 2015. A pre-proposal conference shall be held at the offices of the Kent County Water Authority at 11:00 a.m., prevailing time, on June 2, 2015. All prospective proposers must attend the pre-proposal conference as it becomes a condition of proposing this project. Any Proposal submitted by a proposer that does not attend will not be accepted for opening by the Kent County Water Authority. Request for Proposals documents may be picked up in person at the office of the Kent County Water Authority. Proposers will be furnished one set of Request for Proposal Documents. Additional sets may be purchased for a fee of $20.00. Proposers requesting Request for Proposal Documents by mail shall forward a non-refundable check (payable to the "Kent County Water Authority") in the amount of $20.00 per set to cover the costs of handling and mailing. Mailing will be First Class U.S. Postal Rate only. Each Proposal shall be submitted in accordance with the Instructions to Proposers. No Proposer may withdraw their proposal or any parts for a period of 90 days, excluding Saturdays, Sundays and legal holidays after the actual date of the opening of the Request for Proposals. The Kent County Water Authority reserves the right to waive any informality in or to reject any and all Proposals, or parts thereof, if deemed to be in their best interest. The offices of the Kent County Water Authority are handicapped accessible. Individuals requesting interpreter services for the hearing impaired must contact the offices of the Kent County Water Authority 72 hours before the meeting at 821-9300 (Telecommunications device for the hearing impaired available). Kent County Water Authority
Published: 5/21/2015
PUBLIC AUCTION Notice to following owners and lienholders under the storage act 39-12.1 abandoned automobiles will be sold on June 1,2015 at 10:00am at Metro Towing located at 583 Hartford Avenue, Providence, RI 02909. Beverly Ann Daveiga, Drive for less, 2006 Ford Escape, VIN #1FMCU03116KC04966 Iverca Arrendell, Cit Financial, 2004 Toyota Sienna, VIN #5TDZA23C54S053866 Janjeuri DeLacruz Perez, 2007 Dodge Journey, VIN #1B3HB48B07D115888 Aneudy Camejo, 2003 Honda Accord, VIN #1HGCM72203A010617
Published: 5/21/2015
STATE OF RHODE ISLAND AND PROVIDENCE PLANTATIONS DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT OFFICE OF WATER RESOURCES PUBLIC NOTICE OF INTENT TO ISSUE A CATEGORICAL EXCLUSION Whereas, the Director of the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management has reviewed for approval a request for a Categorical Exclusion determination for Contract 304.59 - Improvements to Interceptors FY 2015, proposed by the Narragansett Bay Commission, under the authority of Chapters 42-17.1 and 46-12 of the General Laws of Rhode Island, 1956, as amended, and has determined there are no significant environmental impacts associated with the project, Therefore, the Director of the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management is hereby giving notice of intent to issue a Categorical Exclusion for the aforementioned contracts pursuant to the requirements and authority set forth in Chapter 46-12.2 of the General Laws of Rhode Island, 1956, as amended, and the "Rules and Regulations for the State Revolving Loan Fund (SRF) Program", dated September, 2001. In accordance with Chapter 42-35-3 of the Rhode Island General Laws, DEM has determined the projects identified for the Categorical Exclusion will not result in significant adverse economic impact on small businesses or cities and towns. Copies of the Categorical Exclusions can be obtained by calling 222-3961 weekdays from 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., downloaded from the internet at http://www.Dem.ri.gov/programs/benviron/water/finance/srf/index.htm or by writing to the Office of Water Resources, 235 Promenade Street, Providence, RI 02908-5767. All material submitted for review is available for public inspection during the above hours at the above location. Written comments on the Categorical Exclusion should be sent to the Office of Water Resources within thirty (30) days of the date of this notice. A public hearing on the Categorical Exclusion will be held if DEM receives such requests from twenty-five (25) people, a governmental agency or subdivision, or an association having not less than twenty-five (25) members. If a public hearing is held, a public notice will be published announcing the date, time, and place of such hearing. A stenographic record of the hearing will be made and the public record will be kept open for seven (7) days following the conclusion of the public hearing to allow additional time for the submission of written comments. The location of the public hearing will be accessible to the handicapped. Interpreter services for the hearing impaired or audiotapes for the vision impaired will be made available. Signed this 21st day of April, 2015. Angelo S. Liberti, P.E., Chief Office of Water Resources
Published: 5/21/2015
TOWN OF GLOCESTER IFB-2015-05 Police Station Phone System Replacement Sealed bids, in quadruplicate, plainly marked "Sealed Bid IFB 2015-05 PHONE SYSTEM REPLACEMENT" will be received until 2:00 p.m. prevailing time, June 1, 2015 at the Office of the Treasurer, Town of Glocester, 1145 Putnam Pike, PO Drawer B, Chepachet, RI 02814-0702. They will be opened publicly at 2:45 p.m. prevailing time, June 1, 2015 in the Glocester Town Hall Council Chambers. Bid documents can be obtained at the above office on or after May 21, 2015 between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. and on the Town's website at www.glocesterri.org. Individuals requesting interpreter services for the hearing impaired must notify the Town Clerk at (401) 568-6206 or TDD at 568-1422 at least 72 hours in advance of the bid opening date.
Published: 5/21/2015
TOWN OF GLOCESTER IFB-G2015-02 Glocester Public Schools Security Camera Improvements Sealed bids, in quadruplicate, plainly marked "Sealed Bid IFB G2015-02 SECURITY CAMERA IMPROVEMENTS" will be received until 2:00 p.m. prevailing time, June 1, 2015 at the Office of the Treasurer, Town of Glocester, 1145 Putnam Pike, PO Drawer B, Chepachet, RI 02814-0702. They will be opened publicly at 2:30 p.m. prevailing time, June 1, 2015 in the Glocester Town Hall Council Chambers. Bid documents can be obtained at the above office on or after May 21, 2015 between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. and on the Town's website at www.glocesterri.org. Individuals requesting interpreter services for the hearing impaired must notify the Town Clerk at (401) 568-6206 or TDD at 568-1422 at least 72 hours in advance of the bid opening date.
Published: 5/21/2015
TOWN OF GLOCESTER RFP 2015-03 FIREWORKS Sealed bids, in quadruplicate, plainly marked ASealed Bid B RFP-2015-3 FIREWORKS@ will be received until 4:00 p.m. prevailing time, June 1, 2015 at the Office of the Treasurer, Town of Glocester, 1145 Putnam Pike, PO Drawer B, Chepachet, RI 02814-0702. They will be opened publicly at 4:15 p.m. prevailing time, June 1, 2015 in the Glocester Town Hall Council Chambers. Bid documents can be obtained at the above office on or after May 21, 2015 between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. and on the Town=s website at www.glocesterri.org.
Published: 5/21/2015
WESTERLY PUBLIC SCHOOLS TOWN OF WESTERLY INVITATION TO BID Westerly Public Schools/Town of Westerly is seeking bids for: S150025 Washington DC Spring Bus Trip S150023 Snowplowing S150026 Family & Community Engagement-1. Adult Educator 2. Early Childhood Educator 3. Early Childhood Educator Assistant. Specifications and bid documents may be obtained by contacting Carol A. Avery, Accounting Assistant at 401-315-1535, cavery@westerly.k12.ri.us, in the Finance Office at 23 Highland Avenue, Westerly, RI on the Town's website www.westerly.govoffice.com and the schools website www.westerly.k12.ri.us, on or after May 21st, 2015. Sealed bids will be accepted in the Finance office until 2:00 pm, Wednesday, June 10th, 2015, at which time they will be opened publicly. Carol A. Avery Accounting Asst. Equal Opportunity/ Affirmative Action Employer
Published: 5/21/2015
APPLICATION FOR ISSUANCE OF CERTIFICATE OF TITLE Pursuant to RIGL 46-22.1-3.1(2) On June 9, 2015 at 9:30AM, RI Superior Court Providence County, C.A. No.:PM-2015- 1658, hearing shall be held to determine ownership and issuance of certificate of title to a 1983 36' Sea Ray power vessel HIN: SERF41411283, US Coast Guard No. 669093 requested bypetitioner Port Edgewood Marina and Yacht Sales. For information call Edward Lawson, Esq., 260 Lonsdale Ave, Pawt, RI 02860, 401-725-1810, Lawsonlaw@cox.net
Published: 5/20/2015