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Last Updated: 10:26 PM 11/14/2014
THE ROAD TO END RHODEMAP RI
Time To Fight Back: What Can You Do To Help?
Road Map Rhode Island: Fight Back, One easy thing you can do
Attend one of the Rhode Map RI’s sham “public” meetings. But first read about these meetings in Rosa Koire’s book. Below is info on these two meetings from the Rhode Map RI PR release:
The public comment period runs September 26, 2014 through Friday, October 31, 2014. Two public hearings will be held at the end of October, as follows:
Monday, October 27th at 6:00pm at the Department of Administration William E Powers Building Conference Room A, One Capitol Hill, Providence Rhode Island 02908
Tuesday, October 28th at 6:00pm at North Kingstown Senior Center, 44 Beach Street, North Kingstown Rhode Island
The hearings will begin with a one half hour informational presentation followed by opportunity for public comment. All persons may present their views on the draft document in person at the public hearings, through a representative, or by filing a written statement with the Secretary of the State Planning Council.
Perhaps someone in your family escaped tyranny to come to this country.
Or perhaps one of your relatives once fought for--or is currently fighting for our freedom. They would look on us with pride, as we ourselves will feel, when we fight for freedom.
New Update 11/14/14
RhodeMapRI is now moving rapidly through the adoption phase. Next Thursday morning, at a meeting on Smith Hill (details below) the Planning Council will vote accept - or not - this plan as Rhode Island's official economic development plan, advancing an agenda will infringe on our property rights and the sovereignty of cities and towns to manage their own housing and land use decisions.
Mike Stenhouse of RI Freedom and Prosperity recently engaged in OpEd battle with Governor Chafee. The Center is now calling for a rigorous public debate on this plan before a vote is taken and before any aspect of it is actually implemented.
If you can, the Rhode Island Tea Party and like minded groups are urging you to attend next Thursday morning's meeting at 9AM. Bring along a few colleagues and be sure to arrive early to get a seat. They will accept limited public comment.
Thursday, November 20th, 9:00 AM
Willam E Powers Building, One Capitol Hill, Providence, RI, 2nd Floor Conference Room A. PLEASE NOTE: THIS IS NOT AT THE STATEHOUSE.