At monthly Town Council meetings, Councilor Kate Weymouth usually notes the number of trees lost versus planted in town. After 16 years and a sterling environmental record, she is stepping down from the Council. Unfortunately, we’ve been experiencing a net loss in trees recently. The cost of planting new trees is minimal in the context […]

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Connectivity in Barrington

There is widespread support in town for more sidewalks. They are expensive and while we as a town cannot install them on state roads, we will be able to address some areas of need. Enhancing walkability will improve safety and quality of life for families with young children, exercisers and dog walkers. It is also […]

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NOW-RI

I am proud to have received a NOW-RI endorsement for my candidacy for Barrington Town Council. I have been a consistent ally and advocate for gender equality. Domestic violence, gun reform, hiring practices, education, quality child care and reproductive rights are the foundation of any true plan for gender equality.      

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I am very grateful to have received the endorsement of the Young Democrats of Rhode Island! YDRI is a dynamic organization focused on progressive change, including achieving law enforcement reform, expanding voting rights and enacting a higher minimum wage. I am grateful for YDRI’s support and look forward to working with them!

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In recent months, there has been a lot of positive community activism on the issue of diversity in Barrington. In my view, here’s where we need to go: 1. Minority Recruitment: The discussion has centered in part on recruiting minority candidates for office. I’m totally supportive and will do all I can, whether I’m elected […]

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