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Alliance for a Livable Newport
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Featuring the 
Financial Review Committee
and the
Charter Review Commission

  • Why do Newport's schools cost so much per pupil compared to neighboring communities?
  • Is the tourist industry actually costing Newport money?
  • What is the real impact of tax-exempt properties on our city?
  • Why increase the number of voting wards in Newport? Why not?
  • Would having School Committee members elected from the city's wards increase the number of candidates?
Do you care what our Municipal Government does next with the Reports of the Charter Review Commission and the Financial Review Committee? Have your opinion heard!
No politics; no fooling. Just straight answers!

Learn about the work of two volunteer groups of Newport citizens charged by the City Municipal Government to review:
1) our "Rules of Government"

2) how the City can SAVE money!

Please join us and bring your questions and comments.
Questions may be sent in advance to: 

Link to CRC Report

Link to FRC Report

To learn more about
The City of Newport
Boards and Commissions
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Did you know that all ALN Public Forums are video taped and available publicly for viewing at any time? <click here to view the archive>



Isabel  Griffith
Please join us!


June 24, 2014


Newport Public Library
Program Room
300 Spring St.
Newport, RI 02840

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