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The Valley Breeze Cumberland Lincoln 09-20-2018

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4 BUSINESS / THE VALLEY SEPTEMBER 20-26, 2018 | VALLEY BREEZE | CUMBERLAND LINCOLN EDITION Lincoln's Kane appointed CFO at HopeHealth LINCOLN – Addy Kane, of Lincoln, has been appointed chief financial officer of HopeHealth, a hospice, palliative care and visiting nurse provider serv- ing Rhode Island and Massachusetts. Kane was previ- ously senior vice president of finan- cial operations at Prospect Chartercare Health Partners. She began with the organization in 2002 and earned two promotions before accepting her recent senior-level position. Prior to this, she worked at CVS Corp. Kane received her master's degree in business administration from Providence College, and her bachelor of science degree in accounting from Bryant University. "Addy's professional experience, proven record of success and team- oriented approach will make her an excellent addition to HopeHealth's leadership team," said Diana Franchitto, president and CEO of HopeHealth, in a release. KANE SBA accepting nominations for 2019 Small Business Awards PROVIDENCE – Nominations are now being accepted by the U.S. Small Business Administration for the 2019 Small Business Awards as part of National Small Business Week, which will be observed May 5-11, 2019. National award categories include the SBA's flagship award, Small Business Person of the Year, as well as Small Business Exporter of the Year. Local and regional award nomina- tions will be accepted in the following categories: Jeffrey Butland Family Owned Small Business, Minority Small Business Owner of the Year, Veteran Small Business Owner the Year, Woman Small Business Owner of the Year, Homebased Small Business Owner of the Year, Microenterprise of the Year, Young Entrepreneur, Small Business Manufacturer of the Year, and Financial Services Champion. National winners will be honored during Small Business Week in Washington, D.C., while local award- ees will be honored at the Rhode Island "Salute to Small Business" Awards Luncheon. Nominations will be accepted until Dec. 21 at 3 p.m. Any individual or organization dedi- cated to the support of the small busi- ness community may submit nomina- tions. The Rhode Island Small Business Person of the Year will also have the opportunity to participate in the National Small Business Week activi- ties and will compete for the National Small Business Person of the Year Award. Award guidelines and nomination forms are available at www.SBA.gov/ nsbw or by contacting Ryan Brissette at 401-528-4630, and via email at Ryan.Brissette@SBA.gov. Help identify fish at Larson Woods Saturday ATTLEBORO, Mass. – The Ten Mile River Watershed Council invites members of the public to join in its annual fish survey at Larson Woods, on Watson Avenue and Riverbank Road, across from Willett School, in Attleboro. The event is on Saturday, Sept. 22, from 9:30 a.m. to noon. The council will be electro fish- ing just below the falls to document types of fish living in the river. To volunteer contact council pres- ident Keith Gonsalves at Keith@ tenmileriver.net . IN BRIEF RSVP by Saturday for CFHS Class of 1968 reunion CENTRAL FALLS – This Saturday, Sept. 22, is the deadline to purchase tickets for the 50th class reunion of the Central Falls High School Class of 1968 on Saturday, Oct. 20, 6-10 p.m., at the Madeira Club in Central Falls. Tickets are $25 and include a buffet dinner. Call or email Janice Kulaga Argentieri at 401-438-3530 or janicear- gentieri@gmail.com. DATE: Tuesday, October 9, 2018 TIME: 7:00 p.m. LOCATION: ALBION FIRE STATION, APPARATUS BAY, 38 SCHOOL ST., ALBION PURPOSE: Election of Officers, Ap- proval of 2018/2019 Budget, Ordering of Taxes and Assessing and Collection of same, Election of Officers, Enacting By-Laws and Transacting such other business or adopting such measures consistent with the Charter which shall be deemed necessary and bene- ficial to the Albion Fire District, Inc. Registered voters in the Town of Lincoln residing in the District of Albion are invited to attend. Individ- uals requesting interpreter services for the hearing impaired must contact the Fire District at 333-1242 at least forty-eight (48) hours in advance of the Meeting Date. Lois E. Moore, District Clerk "This Institution is an Equal Opportunity Provider and Employer" ALBION FIRE DISTRICT, INC. ANNUAL TAXPAYERS MEETING HARMONY HILL SCHOOL – FORMER STUDENTS NOTICE OF FILE REDUCTION Persons who were students at Harmony Hill School and discharged between 1/1/2009 and 12/31/2010 are herewith noti!ed that e"ective October 26, 2018, !les detailing your placement at Harmony Hill will be reduced. If you wish to review or obtain documentation before your !le is reduced, please make contact before October, 12, 2018. Write to Department of Student Records, Harmony Hill School, 63 Harmony Hill Road, Chepachet, RI 02814. UNDER THE LAW by John S. Petrone, Esq. UNINSURED/UNDERINSURED MOTORIST COVERAGE A lot of people don't realize that one of the most important areas of automobile insurance coverage is for damages caused by another motorist who is uninsured, or underinsured, meaning that he or she does not have enough coverage to compensate someone injured by them in an accident. People also may not understand that carrying the minimum mandatory uninsured/underinsured coverage of $25,000.00 per person or $50,000.00 per accident may not be enough to cover their damages resulting from an accident, such as medical bills, lost wages and loss of earning capacity. It is important to carry enough coverage to protect yourself when a party responsible for an accident does not have enough insurance. As a plaintiff's attorney, I can help you assess your legal needs and legal rights before and/or after an accident. Call for a free consultation regarding your legal rights and remedies. I look forward to meeting with you. Law Office of John S. Petrone, Esq. 1395 Atwood Ave., Ste. 203B, Johnston, RI 02919 (401) 944-0762 Rhode Island does not have a procedure for Certification of Specialization by lawyers. Landlord Outreach Meeting ATTENTION LANDLORDS SEPTEMBER 26th 2018 4:30 p.m. TO 5:30 p.m. The Central Falls Housing Authority is hosting an outreach to owners. Learn about the Section 8 program, meet the staff and ask questions. AT Central Falls Housing Authority 466 Hunt Street Wilfrid Manor Bldg. Central Falls, RI 02863 To Register Call 648-8298 by 3 pm on September 25th **REFRESHMENTS WILL BE SERVED** The Town of Cumberland through the Office of Planning and Community Development is seeking proposals from qualified individuals in the field of planning and historic preservation to complete a National Historic District Nomination for Cumberland's Town Hall Historic District. Sealed Proposals clearly marked Town of Cumberland- Request for Proposals- "TOWN HALL NATIONAL HISTORIC DISTRICT NOMINATION" BID # 2018-1008-01 will be received at the Town of Cumberland Finance Department-Town Hall, 45 Broad Street, Cumberland RI 02864 until 12:00 p.m. on Tuesday- October 9, 2018 and then said bids will be publicly opened and read aloud In Town Hall Council Chambers. Please include five (5) copies of your proposal and 1 original. Bid Specifications are available in the Finance Department. Electronic copies of the Bid Specifications can also be downloaded from the Planning Department's webpage at http://www.cumberlandri.org/office-planning-and- community-development. The Town of Cumberland reserves the right to accept or reject, without prejudice, any and all bids to waive any irregularities therein, or to accept the proposal deemed to be in the best interest of the Town of Cumberland. The Town of Cumberland does not discriminate on the basis of age, race, religion, national origin, color or disability in accordance with applicable laws and regulations For additional information or questions please contact- Jonathan Stevens Planning Director at 401-728-2400 X-142- jstevens@cumberlandri.org ; Mason Perrone-Town Planner at 401- 728-2400 x-146- mperrone@cumberlandri.org ; or Jason Parmelee-Finance at 728-2400 x-128 jparmelee@cumberlandri.org. Any addenda issued will be posted on the Town website and sent via email to all bidders requesting specifications. Jason Parmelee – Town of Cumberland Finance Director TOWN OF CUMBERLAND Office of Planning and Community Development REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS "TOWN HALL NATIONAL HISTORIC DISTRICT NOMINATION " Cumberland, Rhode Island BID # 2018-1008-01

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