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Here you will find information about the activities and initiatives of the legislative branch of Providence’s government. From Council meetings to neighborhood meetings, the members of the City Council are committed to taking action to improve the quality of life for every Providence resident.

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Councilman Nicholas J. Narducci, Jr. and the North End Community Action Committee announced the 3rd Annual Ward 4 Easter Egg Hunt that will take place Saturday, March 27, 2010 at 10 a.m. at the Prete-Metcalf Field, located on Hawkins Street, in Providence.  The rain date will be Sunday, March 28, 2010 same time and location.

Says Keeping Windmill Elementary Open is Step in the Right Direction 

Councilman Nicholas J. Narducci, Jr., Ward 4, a long-time advocate of neighborhood-based public schools, expressed gratitude that the Windmill Elementary School closure, recommended in a report to the Council last month, is being delayed. He also praised the collaborative effort and compromise among public officials, residents, and parents.

City Councilman Terrence M. Hassett, Ward 12, responded today to reports that Housing Court Judge Angel Tavares is considering a run for Mayor.  If Mr. Tavares decides to become a candidate for elected office, he must resign his judgeship.            

The Council took action to ensure that the proposed reforms for the City’s independent police review board (PERA) take effect as soon as possible. The Council voted resoundingly (12 in favor; 3 absent) to override the Mayor’s recent veto of the ordinance the Council approved two weeks ago which made key changes to improve PERA’s effectiveness and efficiency. Additionally, the Council introduced a resolution to hire an attorney to fight a lawsuit filed by the City Solicitor, which claims that only the Mayor has the authority to appoint an executive director for the agency. The resolution was referred to the Committee on Finance and will be considered next week.