State Government Press Releases

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06/21/2017
Position: Warehouse Operator Job Number: 755498 Employer: Edesia Nutrition Location: North Kingstown, RI Rate based on experience (as seen on Channel 10) Position: Logistics Coordinator Job Number: 755497 ...
06/21/2017
Position: Printing Machine Operator Job Number: 755014 Employer: Moo, Inc. Location: East Providence, RI Rate based on experience (as seen on Channel 10) Position: Call Center Reps Recruitment Job Number: 755563 ...
06/21/2017
Local elected leaders will be in attendance to hear concerns Wednesday, June 21, 2017 State's Director of Veterans Affairs to Hold Town Hall Meeting in Burrillville PROVIDENCE, R.I. The state's Director of Veterans Affairs Kasim J. Yarn will host a town hall-style meeting in...
06/21/2017
PROVIDENCE - The Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management (DEM) today announced the first batch of mosquitoes trapped and tested this season for West Nile Virus (WNV) and Eastern Equine Encephalitis (EEE) are negative. Beginning in June each year and as part of disease monitoring...
06/21/2017
Position: Experienced Butcher Meat Cutter Job Number: 755229 Employer: Clements Marketplace Location: Portsmouth, RI Rate based on experience (as seen on Channel 10) Position:School Bus Driver Recruitment Job Number:...
06/20/2017
Because the Town Council re-adopted the resolution that it had passed on April 5, 2017, injunctive relief was not an appropriate remedy. Moreover, our review found no evidence of a willful or knowing violation, and indeed, the Complainant did not allege a willful or knowing violation. For these...
06/20/2017
The Town of Foster ("Town") did not violate the OMA because, based upon the evidence presented, there was no evidence that a quorum of the Town Council members met outside the purview of a properly noticed meeting and discussed matters over which the Town Council had supervision, control,...
06/20/2017
It was undisputed that we had previously investigated, addressed, and resolved Complainant's prior allegations regarding his January 15, 2016 APRA request in Greenbaum v. Providence Police Department, PR 17-24. Complainant now sought to raise a new allegation of violation regarding the same APRA...
06/20/2017
Complainant alleged that the CCRI violated the APRA when it failed to produce documents responsive to his request. We have previously stated that the APRA governs the public's right to access public documents, but does not mandate or require that public bodies answer questions. See Gagnon v. City...
06/20/2017
There was no evidence that the DOC unreasonably conducted its search and retrieval, which consisted of two hours, the first hour being free. Because the Complainant did not tender pre-payment, as a matter of law, the DOC could not have denied access. R.I. Gen. Laws 38-2-7(b). The DOC did deny...