Portsmouth residents react with anger and frustration after the Portsmouth Town Council nearly doubles the Transfer Station sticker fee, the price to dispose of trash and recycling.
Portsmouth Town Council
The Town Council will hold its next regularly scheduled meeting at the Portsmouth Middle School to discuss trash options.
An update about the future Portsmouth Police Station and a request to the state to install crosswalks top the Portsmouth Town Council’s agenda for Sept. 25.
The Portsmouth Town Council will hold its Prudence Island meeting this weekend at Union Church on Prudence Island. View the agenda here.
The Portsmouth Town Council will hold a swearing-in ceremony for the promotion of firefighters on Monday at Town Hall, 2200 East Main Road.
Should the town hire garbage collectors for curbside trash pickup? Or would a PAYT program work better? What do you think? Tell us here or email Sandy@PortsmouthPress.com
The Portsmouth Town Council took a step Monday night toward banning single-use carry out plastic bags, but not before they hear more from local businesses.
Should Portsmouth ban plastic bags and make Aquidneck Island completely plastic free? Tell us in the poll here.
The council will vote on a resolution opposing legislation that automatically extends collective bargaining agreements for municipal employees and teachers.
The Portsmouth Town Council is looking to double parking fines, which have not been raised since 1991. What do you think about the proposal? Tell us in the comment section below.
The Town Council will host a meeting with Jason Gramitt, education coordinator of the Rhode Island Ethics Commission later this month.
The Portsmouth Town Council will hear a request for another traffic light at its next council meeting on Monday night at Town Hall.
The town honored retiring Portsmouth Police Lt. Anthony Cambrola and 2 Portsmouth Award recipients, Caroline “Bunny” Miller and Robert Dyl Jr.
The town of Portsmouth will present the Portsmouth Award to 2 local residents at the next Portsmouth Town Council meeting Monday night.
The Portsmouth Town Council approved 2 top agenda items Monday night, creating new stop signs in Island Park and passing a resolution for gun-free schools.
The Portsmouth Town Council will present proclamations for several retirements and discuss a resolution for gun-free schools at its next meeting.
The Portsmouth and Tiverton Town Councils approved identical resolutions Monday night asking the state to remove all Rhode Works signs in their town.