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STATE OF RHODE ISLAND NEWPORT, SC. SUPERIOR COURT Harry Eng, Petitioner Vs. Blueline Construction Corporation Respondent N.B. No. 14-0260 ORDER APPOINTING TEMPORARY RECEIVER This cause came before this Court upon the Petitioner's Petition for Appointment of a Receiver and, upon consideration thereof, it is hereby: ORDERED, ADJUDGED AND DECREED 1. That James Atchison, Esquire of Providence, Rhode Island be and hereby is appointed Temporary Receiver (the "Receiver") of the Respondent. 2. That said Receiver shall, no later than five (5) days from the date hereof, file a bond in the sum of $5,000.00 with any surety company authorized to do business in the State of Rhode Island as surety thereon, conditioned that the Receiver will well and truly perform the duties of said office and duly account for all monies and property which may come into the Receiver's hands and abide by and perform all things which the Receiver will be directed to do by this Court. 3. That said Receiver is authorized to take possession and charge of the property and assets of the Respondent, to collect the debts and property belonging to it and to preserve the same until further Order of this Court. 4. That said Receiver is authorized until further Order of this Court, in the Receiver's discretion and as said Receiver deems appropriate and advisable, to conduct the business of said Respondent, to borrow money from time to time, to purchase for cash or upon credit, merchandise, materials and other property, to engage employees and assistants, clerical or otherwise, and/or to do and perform or cause to be done and perform all other acts and things as are appropriate in the premises. 5. That, pursuant to and in compliance with Rhode Island Supreme Court Executive Order No. 95-01, this Court finds that the designation of the aforedescribed person for appointment as Receiver herein is warranted and required because of the Receiver's specialized expertise and experience in operating businesses in Receivership and in administrating non�routine Receiverships which involve unusual or complex legal, financial, or business issues. 6. That the commencement, prosecution, or continuance of the prosecution, of any action, suit, arbitration proceeding, hearing, or any foreclosure, reclamation or repossession proceeding, both judicial and non-judicial, or any other proceeding, in law, or in equity or under any statute, or otherwise, against said Respondent or any of its property, in any Court, agency, tribunal, or elsewhere, or before any arbitrator, or otherwise by any creditor, stockholder, corporation, partnership or any other person, or the levy of any attachment, execution or other process upon or against any property of said Respondent, or the taking or attempting to take into possession any property in the possession of the Respondent or of which the Respondent has the right to possession, or the cancellation at any time during the Receivership proceeding herein of any insurance policy, lease or other contract with Respondent, by any of such parties as aforesaid, other than the Receiver designated as aforesaid, or the termination of telephone, electric, gas or other utility service to Respondent, by any public utility, without prior approval thereof from this Honorable Court, in which connection said Receiver shall be entitled to prior notice and an opportunity to be heard, are hereby restrained and enjoined until further Order of this Court. 7. That this Honorable Court: a. Issue a citation to said Respondent, returnable to the Superior Court sitting in Warwick, Rhode Island notifying the Respondent that a Hearing on the prayer for the appointment of a Permanent Receiver shall be heard on August 6th, 2014, at 9:30 a.m. b. That the Court order the Clerk of this Court to give Notice of the pendency of the Petition herein by publishing this Order Appointing Temporary Receiver once in The Providence Journal on or before July 30th, 2014 so long as the Receiver's Bond has been filed, and the Receiver shall give further notice by mailing, on or before July 30th, 2014, a copy of said Order Appointing Temporary Receiver to each of Defendant's creditors and stockholders whose address is known or may become known to the Receiver. ENTERED as an Order of this Court this 27th day of June, 2014. ENTER: Stern, J. BY ORDER: Carin Miley, Deputy Clerk, Superior Court
Published: 7/23/2014
STATE OF RHODE ISLAND AND PROVIDENCE PLANTATIONS DIVISION OF PUBLIC UTILITIES AND CARRIERS 89 Jefferson Boulevard Warwick, Rhode Island 02888 HEARING NOTICE Pursuant to the provisions of Chapters 39-14.1-4 of the General Laws of Rhode Island, the Division of Public Utilities and Carriers, Motor Carriers Division, hereby gives notice that it will conduct hearings into the applications listed below at the times and dates specified. The hearing will take place at 89 Jefferson Boulevard, Warwick, Rhode Island in the Division hearing room. The Applicant must appear in person. Anyone wishing to protest an application must do so in accordance with the Division Rules of Practice and Procedure. Anyone seeking Intervenor status for any hearing described above must file a Motion to Intervene in that matter, in writing, with the Division within seven (7) calendar days after the date Notice was given to the public by legal notice in The Providence Journal. The Motion must conform to the requirements of Rule 17 of the Division's Rules of Practice and Procedure (available on the Division's web site). August 6, 2014 9:30 a.m. 14 MC 143 Med Transport, LLC, 4 Finne Road, Johnston, RI 02919, is requesting authority to operate as a public motor vehicle pursuant to RIGL 39-14.1-4. August 6, 2014 10:00 a.m. 14 MC 144 Luis Hernandez Almonte, 84 Packard Street, Cranston, RI 02910, is requesting authority to operate as a public motor vehicle pursuant to RIGL 39-14.1-4. August 6, 2014 10:30 a.m. 14 MC 145 Omar Ceesay, 48 Plymouth Street, Apt. A, Providence, RI 02907, is requesting authority to operate as a public motor vehicle pursuant to RIGL 39-14.1-4. August 6, 2014 11:00 a.m. 14 MC 146 Pyramid Transportation, LLC, 83 Eton Avenue, Warwick, RI 02889, is requesting authority to operate as a public motor vehicle pursuant to RIGL 39-14.1-4. Rebecca J. Harwood, Clerk Motor Carriers Division (7/17/14)
Published: 7/22/2014
NORTH PROVIDENCE SCHOOL DEPARTMENT REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL TOILET COMPARTMENTS CENTREDALE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL The North Providence School Department (NPSD) is seeking bids for the purchase and installation of toilet compartments at Centredale Elementary School. Bid specifications can be picked up at the Administrative Offices of the North Providence School Department, 2240 Mineral Spring Avenue, North Providence, RI 02911. Bids will be accepted through Monday July 28, 2014 at 2 p.m. A public opening of the bids will occur at that time. Sealed proposals clearly marked "Toilet Compartments" should be delivered to the Finance Office, North Providence School Department, 2240 Mineral Spring Avenue, North Providence, RI 02911. NPSD reserves the right to accept or reject without prejudice, any and all proposals or to waive any irregularities therein, or to accept the bid deemed to be in the best interest of the District. No bids will be accepted after the date and time specified. John. J. McNamee, Director of Finance North Providence School Department
Published: 7/21/2014
PUBLIC AUCTION Reliable Jewelry & Loan Co. Inc. on Monday, July 28, 2014 at 9:30 am, 875 Westminister St., Providence, RI. The following unredeemed items will be auctioned in its entirety: 1231401 2121410 2241414 3131411 3251305 1231406 2121411 2251402 3131416 4041301 1241402 2121416 2251405 3131417 5241306 1251409 2141401 2251406 3141410 6061303 1271411 2141406 2281403 3151309 6201304 1271415 2141415 3031406 3151401 6211304 1281401 2141418 3051405 3151403 6271310 1281403 2151402 3051406 3151408 8281310 1291408 2151404 3051409 3151409 8291303 1291410 2151406 3061401 3161304 9041202 1311404 2171404 3061406 3171404 9041203 1311405 2171407 3071302 3171405 9171217 2011407 2191407 3081304 3171410 9171322 2031412 2201402 3101406 3171415 9271207 2041413 2201405 3101407 3181305 10021306 2061406 2211404 3101413 3181406 10041303 2081413 2221315 3111312 3181409 10071308 2101404 2241401 3111318 3191402 10071309 2101407 2241406 3111410 3201407 10071312 2121401 2241407 3121406 3211405 11211326 2121403 2241408 3131302 3211406 12031202 2121404 2241412 3221301 12171202 The Auction will be conducted by Bob Resnick, Lic. #6893 of Max Pollack Co.
Published: 7/21/2014
STATE OF RHODE ISLAND Department of Transportation Annual Overall Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) Goal Federal Fiscal Year 2015 - 2017 Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) Federal Transit Administration (FTA) Pursuant to the U.S. Department of Transportation (USDOT), regulations contained in 49 Code of Federal Regulations, Part 26, all State Transportation Agencies receiving USDOT financial assistance must establish an Annual Overall DBE Goal that determines the percentage of their program dollars to be awarded to DBEs. This action is deemed necessary in order to provide DBEs a nondiscriminatory opportunity to participate in the performance of contracts and subcontracts financed in whole or part with federal funds. The Rhode Island Department of Transportation (RIDOT) is a recipient of USDOT financial assistance and hereby establishes the following overall goal in accordance with the USDOT regulations. FHWA - Annual Overall DBE Goal of 12.65% FTA - Annual Overall DBE Goal of 5.34% The methodology used in establishing the Annual Overall DBE Goals will be available for review for a period of thirty (30) days during normal business hours at the following address: FHWA & FTA Vanessa E. Crum, Esq., Administrator Business and Community Resources RI Department of Transportation Two Capitol Hill, Room 110 Providence, RI 02903 Tel: (401) 222-3260 FTA Federal Transit Administration Volpe Center 55 Broadway, Suite 920 Kendall Square Cambridge, MA 02142 Tel: (617) 494-2055 Any questions or comments pertaining to the Annual Overall DBE Goals can be submitted to the above referenced addresses for a period of forty-five (45) days from the published date of this notice. All questions and comments will be considered. Individuals who are interested in becoming a certified DBE in Rhode Island should contact: Charles C. Newton, Administrator Minority Business Enterprise Compliance Office RI Department of Administration One Capitol Hill, 2nd Floor Providence, RI 02908 (401) 574-8253
Published: 7/21/2014
CITY OF NEWPORT, RHODE ISLAND PURCHASING DIVISION NOTICE TO BIDDERS SEALED BIDS BID # 15-008 Sealed bids for furnishing the City of Newport, Rhode Island with a Water Distribution System Improvements 2014-Multiple Street Locations, in accordance with all terms and specifications contained herein, will be received in the Purchasing Office, City Hall, 43 Broadway, Newport, R.I., until: Two (2:00) O'clock p.m., Local Time August 6, 2014 This is a public opening A Mandatory Pre-Bid Meeting will be held on July 24, 2014 at 1:30 PM in the Council Chambers - 2nd Floor, City Hall, 43 Broadway, Newport, RI. If additional information is needed, please email the Technical POC listed in the package. Proposals must be submitted in sealed envelopes addressed to the Purchasing Office, City Hall, 43 Broadway, Newport, R.I. 02840, and must be plainly marked in the lower left hand corner, "Water Distribution System Improvements 2014-Multiple Street Locations - Bid #15-008". Erin Mulligan Purchasing Agent emulligan@ cityofnewport.com Any questions relating to the Request for Proposals must be emailed. Note: You must register on the e-Procurement System at www.cityofnewport.com
Published: 7/18/2014
CITY OF NEWPORT, RHODE ISLAND PURCHASING DIVISION NOTICE TO BIDDERS SEALED BIDS BID# 14-045 A Mandatory pre-bid meeting will be held on Thursday, July 31, 2014 at 11:00AM in the City Hall Council Chambers, 43 Broadway, Newport, RI 02840. Sealed bids for furnishing the City of Newport, Rhode Island with a Catch Basin Separation and Drainage Improvements, in accordance with all terms and specifications contained herein, will be received in the Purchasing Office, City Hall, 43 Broadway, Newport, R. I., until: Two (2:00) O'clock p.m., Local Time August 13, 2014 If additional information is needed, please email the Technical POC listed. Bids must be submitted in sealed envelopes addressed to the Purchasing Office, City Hall, 43 Broadway, Newport, R. I. 02840, and must be plainly marked in the lower left hand corner, "Catch Basin Separation and Drainage Improvements Bid #14-045". Erin Mulligan Purchasing Agent emulligancityofnewport.com Any questions relating to the Request for Proposals must be emailed. Note: You must register on the e-Procurement System at www.cityofnewport.com
Published: 7/18/2014
INVITATION FOR BIDS NEWSPAPER ADVERTISING SERVICES Sealed proposals for the above will be accepted in the Office of the Purchasing Agent, Town Hall, 80 Boston Neck Road, North Kingstown, RI 02852-5762, until 11:00 a.m. on AUGUST 7, 2014, and will then be publicly opened and read aloud. NO BIDS WILL BE ACCEPTED AFTER THE 11:00 A.M. DEADLINE. Any questions please visit the Town's website www.northkingstown.org or call 294-3331, ext. 144. Kendra Stringer Purchasing Agent
Published: 7/18/2014
INVITATION TO BID Separate sealed Bids will be received by the Town of New Shoreham, Block Island, RI for the Design/Build Services for the New Restroom Facility at Ball O'Brien Park on or before 1:00 P.M. on AUGUST 18, 2014 at the office of the Town Manager, Town Hall, Old Town Road, Block Island, Rhode Island and will be opened and read in public. Specifications for the Design/Build Services for the New Restroom Facility at Ball O'Brien Park may be obtained at the office of the Town Manager, Town Hall, Old Town Road, New Shoreham, RI between the hours of 8:30 A.M. and 4:00 P.M., Monday through Friday, after JULY 21, 2014 at the office of James J. Geremia & Associates, Inc., 272 West Exchange St., Suite 201, Providence, RI 02903. All Bids must be submitted and clearly marked: A (Sealed Bid): DESIGN/BUILD SERVICES FOR THE NEW RESTROOM FACILITY AT BALL O'BRIEN PARK@ Bids must be enclosed in an opaque envelope addressed to: Town Manager Town Hall P.O. Drawer 220 Block Island, Rhode Island 02807 No Bidder may withdraw his Bid within ninety (90) days after the scheduled closing time for receipt of Bid. The Town of New Shoreham reserves the right to reject any/all Bids, waive any informalities in the Bids received, and to accept the Bid deemed most favorable to the interest of the Town. Individuals requesting interpreter services for the hearing impaired must notify the Town Clerk (401-466-3200) three (3) business days prior to the Bid opening. Minority business enterprises as defined by R.I. General Laws Section 37-14.1-3 shall have the maximum opportunity to participate in the performance of Subcontracts performed under this agreement. The Contractor will take all reasonable steps in accordance with the regulations promulgated under Chapter 37-14.1 of the Rhode Island General Laws to ensure that minority business enterprises have the maximum opportunity to compete for and perform subcontracts under this agreement. Date: July 18, 2014 Nancy O. Dodge Town Manager New Shoreham, RI
Published: 7/18/2014
OLD SLATER MILL ASSOCIATION (OSMA) INVITATION TO BID Interior Structural Repairs to Slater Mill OSMA seeks sealed bids for construction services. Mandatory pre-bid conference July 25, 2014 at 10 a.m. RFI no later than July 30, 2014. Sealed bids due August 1, 2014. Please email or call to obtain bid specifications. Slater Mill, 67 Roosevelt Avenue, Pawtucket, RI. Lori Urso Executive Director (401)725-8638 x109 loriurso@slatermill.org
Published: 7/18/2014
STATE OF RHODE ISLAND AND PROVIDENCE PLANTATIONS FAMILY COURT JUVENILE CLERK'S OFFICE ADVERTISEMENT NEWPORT COUNTY DATE: July 8, 2014 NOTICE TO: The father of a child born to SHANNON MARIE OLSSON born on 15-JAN-2002 and 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, 45 WASHINGTON SQUARE, NEWPORT, RI 02840 on 06-AUG-2014 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: 7/18/2014
STATE OF RHODE ISLAND PROVIDENCE, SC. SUPERIOR COURT ALFRED J. SACCOCCIA, Petitioner vs. NICO ENTERPRISES, LLC d/b/a MUSIC MAN CAFE Respondent P.B. No. 14-3421 ORDER APPOINTING TEMPORARY RECEIVER This cause came on to be heard upon Petitioner, Alfred J. Saccoccia's Verified Petition for Appointment of a Receiver and, upon consideration thereof, it is hereby: ORDERED, ADJUDGED AND DECREED 1. That James Atchison, Esquire be and hereby is appointed Temporary Receiver (the "Receiver") of the Respondent, NICO Enterprises, LLC d/b/a Music Man Cafe. 2. That said Receiver shall, no later than five (5) days from the date hereof, file a bond in the sum of $10,000.00 with any surety company authorized to do business in the State of Rhode Island as surety thereon, conditioned that the Receiver will well and truly perform the duties of said office and duly account for all monies and property which may come into the Receiver's hands and abide by and perform all things which the Receiver will be directed to do by this Court. 3. That said Receiver is authorized to take possession and charge of the property and assets of the Respondent, to collect the debts and property belonging to it and to preserve the same until further Order of this Court. 4. That said Receiver is authorized until further Order of this Court, in the Receiver's discretion and as said Receiver deems appropriate and advisable, to conduct the business of said Respondent, to use such monies as shall come into the Receiver's hands and possession, as far as the same shall be necessary, for the above purposes and for continuing the business of said Respondent, to borrow money from time to time, to purchase for cash or upon credit, merchandise, materials and other property, to engage employees and assistants, clerical or otherwise (except that Receiver shall first obtain ex parte approval to hire attorneys, accountants and turn-around professionals), and to do and perform or cause to be done and performed all other acts and things as are appropriate in the premises until further order of this Court. 5. That, pursuant to and in compliance with Rhode Island Supreme Court Executive Order No. 95-01, this Court finds that the designation of the afore-described person for appointment as Receiver is warranted and required because of the Receiver's specialized expertise and experience. 6. That the commencement, prosecution, or continuance of the prosecution, of any action, suit, arbitration proceeding, hearing, or any foreclosure, reclamation or repossession proceeding, both judicial and non-judicial, or any other proceeding, in law, or in equity or under any statute, or otherwise, against said Respondent or any of its property, in any Court, agency, tribunal, or elsewhere, or before any arbitrator, or otherwise by any creditor, stockholder, corporation, partnership or any other person, or the levy of any attachment, execution or other process upon or against any property of said Respondent, or the taking or attempting to take into possession any property in the possession of the Respondent or of which the Respondent has the right to possession, or the cancellation at any time during the Receivership proceeding herein of any insurance policy, lease or other contract with Respondent, by any of such parties as aforesaid, other than the Receiver designated as aforesaid, or the termination of telephone, electric, gas or other utility service to Respondent, by any public utility, without prior approval thereof from this Honorable Court, in which connection said Receiver shall be entitled to prior notice and an opportunity to be heard, are hereby restrained and enjoined until further Order of this Court. 7. That a Citation be issued to said Respondent, returnable to the Superior Court sitting at Providence County, Rhode Island on August 4, 2014, at 9:30 a.m., at which time and place this cause is set down for Hearing on the prayer for the Appointment of a Permanent Receiver; that the Clerk of this Court shall give Notice of the pendency of the Petition herein by publishing this Order Appointing Temporary Receiver once in the Providence Journal on or before July 21, 2014 so long as the Receiver's Bond has been filed, and the Receiver shall give further notice by mailing, on or before July 28, 2014, a copy of said Order Appointing Temporary Receiver to each of Respondent's creditors and stockholders whose addresses are known or may become known to the Receiver. ENTERED as an Order of this Court this 14th day of July, 2014. BY ORDER: Silverstein, J. ENTER: Danubia Puig Assistant Clerk, Superior Court
Published: 7/18/2014
TOWN OF CUMBERLAND, RHODE ISLAND WATER DEPARTMENT BID # 2014-0717-08 REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS (RFP) DRILLING OF TEST WELLS AND PERFORMANCE OF PROLONGED PUMPING TESTS FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF MUNICIPAL WATER SUPPLY The Town of Cumberland Water Department is seeking competitive bid proposals for the Drilling of Test Wells and Performance of Prolonged Pumping Tests for the Development of Municipal Water Supply. Bid proposals will be accepted at the Town of Cumberland Finance Department, Cumberland Town Hall, 45 Broad Street, Cumberland, RI, 02864 until 12:00 p.m. on July 31, 2014 and then said bids will be publicly opened and read aloud in the Town Council Chambers. Proposal specifications will be available in the Finance Department. The Town of Cumberland reserves the right to accept or reject, without prejudice, any and all bids to waive any irregularities therein, or to accept the proposal deemed to be in the best interest of the Town of Cumberland. The Town of Cumberland does not discriminate on the basis of age, race, religion, national origin, color or disability in accordance with applicable laws and regulations. Individuals requesting interpreter service for the hearing impaired or other individuals requiring special accommodations must notify the Finance Department 72 hours in advance of this scheduled opening: For questions or to schedule a site visit please call Chris Champi, Superintendent of Water at (401) 658-0666 cchampi@cumberlandri.org or Kathleen Taraian, Finance Department at (401) 728-2400 Ext. 128 ktaraian@cumberlandri.org Brian Silvia Finance Director
Published: 7/18/2014
TOWN OF NORTH PROVIDENCE BOARD OF LICENSE COMMISSIONERS LIQUOR LICENSE APPLICATION Notice is hereby given by the Town Council of the Town of North Providence, R.I., being the Licensing Board of said Town under the provisions of 3-5-17 and 3-7-7 et seq. of the General Laws of R.I. 1956, and all amendments thereto, that the following has applied to said Council for a new CLASS BV LICENSE under said Act. Kaewthong Enterprise, LLC. d.b.a. Green Basil Restaurant & Bar 2086 Mineral Spring Ave North Providence, RI 02911 That said applications will be in order for hearing at a meeting of the Town Council on August 5, 2014 at 7:00 P.M. in the Town Council Chambers, 2000 Smith Street, North Providence, R.I., at which time and place all remonstrants may make their objections. Individuals requesting interpreter services for the hearing-impaired must notify the Town Clerk at 232-0900 (Ext. 206) 72 hours in advance of the hearing date. Per Order of the Town Council Troy Campopiano Acting Deputy Town Clerk
Published: 7/18/2014
TOWN OF NORTH PROVIDENCE BOARD OF LICENSE COMMISSIONERS LIQUOR LICENSE APPLICATION Notice is hereby given by the Town Council of the Town of North Providence, R.I., being the Licensing Board of said Town under the provisions of 3-5-17 and 3-7-7 et seq. of the General Laws of R.I. 1956, and all amendments thereto, that the following has applied to said Council for a new CLASS BV LICENSE under said Act. Tina's Italian Kitchen, LLC d.b.a. - Tina's Italian Kitchen 1825 Mineral Spring Ave North Providence, RI 02904 That said applications will be in order for hearing at a meeting of the Town Council on August 5, 2014 at 7:00 P.M. in the Town Council Chambers, 2000 Smith Street, North Providence, R.I., at which time and place all remonstrants may make their objections. Individuals requesting interpreter services for the hearing-impaired must notify the Town Clerk at 232-0900 (Ext. 206) 72 hours in advance of the hearing date. Per Order of the Town Council Troy Campopiano Acting Deputy Town Clerk
Published: 7/18/2014
Town of Smithfield REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS Two (2) Complete Hydraulic Dump Bodies (5-7 Cubic Yards) Boiler Cleaning Services #2 Fuel Oil Snow Plowing SEALED PROPOSALS from qualified firms will be received in the Office of the Finance Director, 64 Farnum Pike, Smithfield, RI 02917; until Wednesday, July 30, 2014 at 10:00 AM, at which time the proposal will be opened and publicly read aloud in the Town Council Chambers, 2nd Floor of the Town Hall Building. All bidders are required to attend a MANDATORY PRE-PROPOSAL CONFERENCE at date, time and location listed below for the desired project to be eligible for consideration: Boiler Cleaning Services - Tuesday, July 22, 2014 at 10:00AM (Smithfield High School, 90 Pleasant View Avenue) Proposal specifications may be obtained through the Town's website at www.smithfieldri.com/bids. The Town of Smithfield reserves the right to reject any and all proposals or part thereof, to waive any and all informalities, and to award the contract on the basis of the lowest responsible evaluated bid proposal. Randy R. Rossi Finance Director
Published: 7/18/2014
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING The Rhode Island Health and Educational Building Corporation (the "Corporation") will hold a public hearing on Thursday, July 31, 2014 at 10:00 a.m. at the Corporation's office located at 170 Westminster Street, Suite 1200, Providence, Rhode Island 02903. The hearing will cover a proposal by Brown University (the "University") located in Providence, Rhode Island, for the continued use of $50,000,000 of the Corporation's outstanding Tax-Exempt Commercial Paper Notes issued under a note resolution of the Corporation adopted June 14, 2012 (the "Commercial Paper"). The Corporation may establish a new commercial paper program from time-to-time. The outstanding debt and any future proceeds of the Commercial Paper have been or will be used to: A. finance (i) renovations of the University's residence halls; and (ii) renovations of the University's buildings, including, but not limited to: Hunter Laboratories, John Hay Library, Barus and Holley Building, Brown Office Building, List Art Building, University Hall, Sharpe Refectory and Watson Center for Information Technology. All of the foregoing facilities will be located on the University's College Hill Campus (the College Hill Campus comprises buildings and facilities contained in or adjoining the area beginning at the corner of Lloyd Avenue and Hope Street, continuing south on Hope Street, west on Bowen Street, south on Prospect Street, west on Waterman Avenue, south on Benefit Street, east on Power Street, north on Cooke Street, west on Benevolent Street, north on Hope Street to Angell Street, east on Angell Street to Arlington Avenue, north on Arlington Avenue to Lloyd Avenue, and west on Lloyd Avenue to Hope Street the place of beginning); B. finance the acquisition and renovation of the University's buildings in the Jewelry District in the City of Providence, including , but not limited to: 70 Ship Street and 233 Richmond Street. All of the foregoing facilities will be located in the Jewelry District of the City of Providence (the "Jewelry District") comprises land, buildings and facilities in an area bounded by Pine Street on the North, the Providence River on the east, Lockwood Street on the south and Interstate Route 95 on the West; C. finance the acquisition and renovation of facilities and related parking facilities for use by the University that are not located in the College Hill Campus or the Jewelry District, but specifically at 121 South Main Street and 200 Dyer Street in the City of Providence. D. finance upgrades to various of the University's buildings on its College Hill Campus and in the Jewelry District to improve energy efficiency and to bring campus facilities into compliance with building and fire code compliance; E. finance the acquisition and installment of information technology infrastructure and administrative systems for use by University faculty, staff and students; F. finance improvements and renovations to the University's athletic fields and facilities; G. refinance the Corporation's Higher Education Facilities Revenue Refunding Bonds, Brown University Issue, 2004 Series issued on April 27, 2004 in the original principal amount of $22,835,000, the proceeds of which were used to advance refund a portion of the Corporation's $21,595,000 Higher Educational Facilities Revenue Bonds, Brown University Issue, Series 1995 the proceeds of which were used to finance a project consisting of (i) renovations and improvements, including but not limited to interior refurbishments, electrical capacity upgrades, furnishings and fire alarm systems to the University's Wriston Quadrangle (a nine dormitory campus located at Plat 12, Lots 456 and 458 in Providence, Rhode island and bound by Charlesfield, Brown, George and Thayer Streets), especially Buxton, Chapin, Sears and Wayland dormitories and (ii) the site preparation of 155 Thayer and 175 Thayer Street for and the construction of a three story undergraduate science center providing approximately 32,000 square feet of teaching laboratories and classrooms (located on the property described as 153 Thayer Street and extending to the corner of George and Thayer Streets); and H. pay certain expenses of issuance with respect to the Commercial Paper. All of the described financed items are or will be owned or operated by the University for educational purposes. Neither the State of Rhode Island and the Providence Plantations nor the Corporation is obligated to pay the principal of or redemption price or interest on the Commercial Paper, except from monies to be provided by the University under one or more loan agreements with the Corporation and other security pledged therefor, and neither the faith and credit nor the taxing power of the State of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations or of any municipality or political subdivision thereof, is pledged to the payment of the obligation. The Corporation does not have taxing power. The Corporation is accessible to the handicapped. Those requesting interpreter services for the hearing-impaired must notify the Corporation at 401-831-3770 forty-eight (48) hours in advance of the meeting. ROBERT DONOVAN EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
Published: 7/17/2014
RHODE ISLAND DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT OFFICE OF WATER RESOURCES PUBLIC NOTICE OF FISCAL YEAR 2015 REQUEST FOR COMPETITIVE GRANT PROPOSALS FOR NONPOINT SOURCE MANAGEMENT & NARRAGANSETT BAY AND WATERSHED RESTORATION BOND FUND REQUEST FOR COMPETITIVE GRANT PROPOSALS The Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management (DEM) is pleased to announce the availability of nonpoint source (NPS) pollution management, and Narragansett Bay and Watershed Restoration Bond Fund (BWRF), grants. DEM will make grants available for projects under the following categories: BWRF - Governmental Entities: Construction of projects, including stormwater management, that mitigate, control, or eliminate the effects of nonpoint source pollution to the waters of the state. (No pre-determined maximum grant; at least 50% match required*); Capital expenditures for additional or upgraded equipment to enhance implementation of best management practices identified in RIDEM-approved local stormwater management program plans. (No pre-determined maximum grant; at least 50% match required*) Identification, mitigation, control or elimination of illicit point source connections to stormwater collection systems. (No pre-determined maximum grant; at least 50% match required*) The evaluation and/or development of a dedicated sustainable funding mechanism for stormwater management. (No pre-determined maximum grant; at least 50% match required*). BWRF - Non-Governmental Entities: Construction of projects, including stormwater management, that mitigate, control, or eliminate the effects of nonpoint source pollution to the waters of the state. (No pre-determined maximum grant; at least 50% match required*) Identification, mitigation, control or elimination of illicit point source connections to stormwater collection systems. (no pre-determined maximum grant; at least 50% match required*) NPS: Construction of projects to support implementation of nonpoint source pollution management and abatement consistent with approved watershed plans that meet minimum federal watershed plan requirements (40% match required*). * At its discretion, DEM will consider funding up to 75% of project costs. Applicants should apply using the applicable 40-50% match commitment and indicate their justification for being considered for a reduction in match requirement. Eligible Rhode Island parties include state, local and regional government agencies as well as nonprofit agencies with appropriate administrative capacity, schools, colleges or universities, and businesses. Eligibility requirements vary with each particular fund or sub-fund. Grants will be funded by federal Clean Water Act section 319 monies and/or the State of Rhode Island Narragansett Bay and Watershed Restoration Bond Fund. PUBLIC WORKSHOP: To facilitate the development of successful grant applications, DEM has planned a public workshop to review the grants and proposal submission process. Wednesday, August 6, 2014 1:00 - 3:00 p.m. DEM - Room 300, 3rd Floor 235 Promenade Street, Providence FINAL APPLICATIONS: Final applications will be accepted on or before 4 PM on September 12, 2014. FURTHER INFORMATION: Information and application materials may be obtained from: NPS: Betsy Dake, Senior Environmental Planner Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management Office of Water Resources 235 Promenade St. Providence, RI 02908 (401) 222-4700 ext. 7230 BWRF: Jay Manning P.E., Principal Sanitary Engineer Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management Office of Water Resources 235 Promenade St. Providence, RI 02908 (401) 222-4700 ext. 7254 The RFP is also available on RIDEM's web site at: http://www.dem.ri.gov/programs/benviron/water/finance/index.htm http://www.purchasing.ri.gov Date: 7/14/14 Alicia M. Good, Assistant Director Office of Water Resources Department of Environmental Management
Published: 7/17/2014
STATE OF RHODE ISLAND AND PROVIDENCE PLANTATIONS RI DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT OFFICE OF WATER RESOURCES & RI CLEAN WATER FINANCE AGENCY PUBLIC NOTICE OF JOINT PUBLIC HEARING FY 2015 Intended Use Plan and FY 2015 Project Priority List The Executive Director of the Rhode Island Clean Water Finance Agency (Agency) proposes the adoption of the federal fiscal year 2015 Intended Use Plan (IUP). The IUP identifies water pollution abatement projects to be funded by the Clean Water State Revolving Fund (CWSRF) with the federal fiscal year 2014 capitalization grant awarded under provisions of Title VI of the federal Clean Water Act and Chapter 46-12.2 of the General Laws of Rhode Island, 1956, as amended, and The Director of the Rl Department of Environmental Management (DEM) proposes promulgation of the state fiscal year 2015 Project Priority List (PPL) developed pursuant to "Rules and Regulations for the Priority Determination System for Federal and State Assistance to Local Governmental Units for Construction of Water Pollution Abatement Projects", dated April, 1998, to meet the requirements of Title VI of the Federal Clean Water Act, as amended, and Chapter 46-12.2 of the General Laws of Rhode Island, 1956, as amended, Therefore, notice is hereby given in accordance with the provisions of Chapter 42-35 of the General Laws of Rhode Island of 1956, as amended, that the Director of DEM and the Executive Director of the Agency will hold a joint public hearing on both of the abovementioned topics in the Conference Room of the Agency in the Foundry Complex, Suite 119, 235 Promenade Street, Providence, RI on Tuesday, August 26, 2014 at 9:30 a.m. at which time and place all persons will be heard. The building is accessible to the handicapped. Persons requesting interpreter services for the hearing impaired must notify the Office of Water Resources at either (401) 222-3961 or TDD (401) 831-5508 within forty-eight (48) hours in advance of the hearing date. The public record will remain open for seven (7) calendar days after the public hearing for the submission of written comments. DEM and the Agency, in accordance with Section 42-35-3 of the Rhode Island General Laws, as amended, have determined that the proposed IUP and PPL do not overlap or duplicate other regulatory or statutory provisions, nor will they result in significant adverse economic impact on small businesses or cities and towns. Copies of the proposed PPL can be obtained by calling the Office of Water Resources (OWR) at 222-3961 weekdays from 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.; downloaded via the internet at http://www.dem.ri.gov/programs/benviron/water/finance/srf/index.htm or by writing to the OWR at 235 Promenade Street, Providence, RI 02908-5767. Copies of the proposed IUP can be obtained by calling the Agency at 453-4430 weekdays from 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. or by writing to the Agency at Suite 119, 235 Promenade Street, Providence, RI 02908. Signed this 14th day of July, 2014. Angelo S. Liberti, P.E., Chief Office of Water Resources RI Department of Environmental Management
Published: 7/17/2014
TOWN OF EXETER PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT INVITATION TO BID SOLID WASTE AND RECYCLING HAULING Bid proposals for the above will be accepted in the Office of the Town Clerk, 675 Ten Rod Road, Exeter, Rhode Island 02822, until 2:30 p.m. on Tuesday, July 29, 2014. All bid proposals must be sealed and labeled "Bid Proposal: Solid Waste and Recycling Hauling." Specifications may be obtained at the Office of the Town Clerk during normal business hours, by email at clerk@town.exeter.ri.us or by calling the Exeter Public Works Garage at (401) 295-1983. Bids will be publicly opened and read at 3:20 p.m., on Tuesday, July 29, 2014, in Town Council Chambers, Exeter Town Hall, 675 Ten Rod Road, Exeter, Rhode Island. The bid will be awarded at the Regular Meeting of the Exeter Town Council on Monday, August 4, 2014, at 7:00 p.m. in the Town Council Chambers at the aforementioned address. If communications assistance or other accommodation to ensure equal participation is needed or necessary, please contact the Town Clerk's Office prior to the meeting at (401) 295-7500. The Exeter Town Hall is handicapped accessible. The bid will be awarded on the basis of the lowest qualified bid price or the lowest evaluated or responsive bid price. The Town of Exeter reserves the right to reject any or all proposals or parts thereof, to waive any informality in same, or accept any proposal deemed to be in the best interest of the Town. Lynn M. Hawkins Exeter Town Clerk
Published: 7/17/2014
Town of Glocester Sale of Property for Unpaid Town Taxes The Town of Glocester hereby gives notice that it will sell at public auction to the highest bidder the following parcels of real estate, or so much thereof as may be necessary to pay the real property taxes assessed as of December 31, 2013 (and as to certain parcels, taxes assessed in prior years), together with the interest on the unpaid taxes, and the costs and changes incident to this sale. The sale will take place at the Glocester Town Hall, 1145 Putnam Pike, Chepachet, RI 02814, Council Chambers, on August 7, 2014 at 10:00 AM. Terms: Cash or Certified Bank Check Information about the amount of taxes due on each parcel may be obtained from the Tax Collector for the Town of Glocester by calling (401) 568-6206, Extension 4, and the amount of taxes due on each parcel will be announced at the sale. The Town of Glocester gives no warranty, express or implied, as to the title of the real estate sold, as to the adequacy of the notice given of such sale, or as to the validity of the sale. The property is sold at the buyer's risk. In the event of an invalid sale, the buyer will be entitled to reimbursement for the amount paid at the tax sale plus statutory interest at the rate of one percent (1%) per month from the date of payment until the date of refund, notwithstanding the provisions of section 45-15-5. The taxing authority may recover any interest paid to a tax sale purchaser under this section from the delinquent assessed owner of the property as if the tax sale of the property had not been held. If you are the owner of the property to be sold, or if you have an ownership interest in the property to be sold, you will have one year to redeem the property by paying the taxes that were due, plus a ten percent penalty on the tax sale amount, plus one percent interest per month on the tax sale amount from the seventh month onward. After one year, you may exercise your right to redeem the property through the tax sale purchaser or his attorney. If a petition to foreclose your right of redemption has been filed in Superior Court, you may redeem the property through the Court if you do so before a final decree is entered. The parcels to be sold at public auction are listed below by the Plat and Lot numbers assigned to them by the Glocester Tax Assessor. More information about each parcel may be obtained at the Office of the Tax Assessor, Town of Glocester, 1145 Putnam Pike, Chepachet, Rhode Island. Jane Steere Town of Glocester Tax Collector Estate Taxed to: Bowen Kenneth H. & Shirley A. Assessor's Plat 10 Lot 18A Property Location: 96 Pine Orchard Road Estate Taxed to: Carraig Farm LLC Assessor's Plat 7 Lot 90 Property Location: 75 Sprague Hill Road Estate Taxed to: Lynn M. & Paul E. Charpentier Assessor's Plat 10 Lot 131 Property Location: 93 Chestnut Hill Road Estate Taxed to: Francis E. Cleary Estate Assessor's Plat 18 Lot 90 Property Location: 25 Francis Road Estate Taxed to: Thomas E DAngelo Assessor's Plat 14 Lot 199 Property Location: 252 Chopmist Hill Road Estate Taxed to: Linda Desjarlais-Fisher Assessor's Plat 10A Lot 49 Property Location: 1246 Putnam Pike Estate Taxed to: Luis F Estrela & Patricia A Assessor's Plat 5 Lot 49A Property Location: 470 Willie Woodhead Road Estate Taxed to: Martha J Fogarty Estate Assessor's Plat 18 Lot 47 Property Location: 90 Saw Mill Road Estate Taxed to: Lawrence J Fortune Assessor's Plat Echo Lake Lot 492 & 495 Property Location: Echo Road & 69 Echo Road Estate Taxed to: Buz & Cynthia M Gardiner Assessor's Plat 12 Lot 239 Property Location: 506 Chopmist Hill Road Estate Taxed to: Eugene J Garneau Assessor Plat 14 Lot 242 Property Location: 37 Pound Road Estate Taxed to: Pamela J Gould Assessor's Plat Echo Lake Lot 403A Property Location: 130 Echo Road Estate Taxed to: Peter & Arlene Hood Assessor's Plat 16 Lot 78 Property Location: 176 Absalona Hill Road Estate Taxed to: Robert R. & Lori J. Ierolino Assessor's Plat 14 Lot 228-1 Property Location: 965 Putnam Pike Estate Taxed to: Oscar Laiho Estate Assessor's Plat 10D Lot 13 & 14 Property Location: 13 & 17 Chestnut Hill Road Estate Taxed to: Iris L Lambert & David A Richard Assessor's Plat 4 Lot 7 Property Location: 2020 Putnam Pike Estate Taxed to: Salvatore Laurito Assessor's Plat Glocester Heights Lot 10 Property Location: Maplewood Drive Estate Taxed to: Peter L & Janice Lowell Assessor's Plat 4 Lot 50 Property Location: Putnam Pike Estate Taxed to: Peter L & Janice Lowell Assessor's Plat 4 Lot 211 & 214 Property Location: Putnam Pike Estate Taxed to: Norman R & Marie E Messier Assessor's Plat 14 Lot 2 & 249 Property Location: Putnam Pike & 815 Putnam Pike Estate Taxed to: Gary D & Christine L Paparo Assessor's Plat Lake Washington Lot 206 Property Location: 185 Lake Washington Drive Estate Taxed to: Douglas E Peckham Assessor's Plat 9 Lot 30 Property Location: 96 Anan Wade Road Estate Taxed to: Ruth D Power Trustee Now William & Colleen Killeen Assessor's Plat Sunrise Gardens Lot 17 Property Location: Laurel Drive Estate Taxed to: Power Realty RIGP & Judy L Himelfarb Estate Assessor's Plat 10A lot 79 Property Location: 11 Tanyard Lane Estate Taxed to: Christopher Johnson & RI Housing Assessor's Plat 10B Lot 34D Property Location: 241 Spring Grove Road Estate Taxed to: Josephine Richards Estate & Title Investments RIGP Assessor's Plat 17 Lot 183 Property Location: 281 Putnam Pike Estate Taxed to: Angelo A Riccitelli Assessor's Plat 1 Lot 55 Property Location: Pine Drive Estate Taxed to: John J, Lori A, & James A Rosaki Assessor's Plat 14 Lot 200 Property Location: Chopmist Hill Road Estate Taxed to: Matthew Ryan Assessor's Plat Waterman Lake Lot 179 Property Location: 57 Burgate Street Estate Taxed to: Peter R Schuyler Assessor's Plat 9 Lot 87 Property Location: 260 Joe Sarle Road Estate Taxed to: Constance Silva Assessor's Plat 10 Lot 136 Property Location: 67 Chestnut Hill Road Estate Taxed to: Olegario Silva Assessor's Plat 18 Lot 181 Property Location: Tourtellot Hill Road Estate Taxed to: Manual A Simas IV Assessor's Plat 12 Lot 71A Property Location: Snake Hill Road Estate Taxed to: Chelsea Steere Assessor's Plat Smith Sayles Lot 1 Property Location: 38 New Road Estate Taxed to: Suburban Land Co Assessor's Plat Ramble Woods Lot 14 Property Location: Ramble Road Estate Taxed to: Suburban Land Co. Assessor's Plat Waterman Lake Lot 166 Property Location: Waterman Lake Drive Estate Taxed to: Ann M Tinaro Assessor's Plat Waterman Lake Lot 328 Property Location: Brandon Street Estate Taxed to: Joan Tommasiello Assessor's Plat 19 Lot 75A Property Location: 47 Aldrich Road Estate Taxed to: Marcella D Veilleux Assessor's Plat Echo Lake Lot 133 Property Location: Lake Drive Estate Taxed to: Tara L Villanova Assessor's Plat Wescott Beach Lot 72 & 74 Property Location: Saunders Brook Road Estate Taxed to: Barbara Walsh Now J P Morgan Chase Bank Assessor's Plat Orchard Acres Lot 9 Property Location: 4 Anne Road
Published: 7/17/2014
CARE AND PROTECTION TERMINATION OF PARENTAL RIGHTS SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION DOCKET NUMBER: 14CP0159WC COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS Worcester County Juvenile Court 225 Main Street Worcester, MA 01608 TO: JUDAH WILSON AND/OR FATHER OF INIAJIA SHEILA LOUISE JOHNSON A petition has been presented to this court by the DEPARTMENT OF CHILDREN AND FAMILIES, seeking, as to the subject child(ren), INIAJIA SHEILA LOUISE JOHNSON, that said child(ren) be found in need of care and protection and committed to the Department of Children and Families. The court may dispense the rights of the person named herein to receive notice of or to consent to any legal proceeding affecting the adoption, custody, or guardianship or any other disposition of the child(ren) named herein, if it finds that the child(ren) is/are in need of care and protection and that the best interests of the child(ren) would be served by said disposition. You are hereby ORDERED to appear in this court, at the court address set forth above, on 09/24/2014, at 9:00 AM FOR A HEARING. You may bring an attorney with you. If you have a right to an attorney and if the court determines that you are indigent, the court will appoint an attorney to represent you. If you fail to appear, the court may proceed on that date and any date thereafter with a trial on the merits of the petition and an adjudication of this matter. For further information call the Office of the Clerk-Magistrate at 508-831-2479. WITNESS: Carol A. Erskine FIRST JUSTICE Craig D. Smith CLERK-MAGISTRATE DATE ISSUED: 06/24/2014
Published: 7/11/2014