Valley Breeze

The Valley Breeze & Observer 03-28-2019

The Valley Breeze Newspapers serving the Northern Rhode Island towns of Cumberland, Lincoln, Woonsocket, Smithfield, North Smithfield, Pawtucket, North Providence, Scituate, Foster, and Glocester

Issue link: http://valleybreeze.uberflip.com/i/1097407

Contents of this Issue

Navigation

Page 0 of 87

©2019 BREEZE PUBLICATIONS INC. BREEZE PHOTO BY CHARLES LAWRENCE Smithfield High School held its first Unified Carnival last Friday – an event for all to participate in no matter what their abilities. NATHAN VIANA, a junior, shows his flexibility as he stretches for the ball while play- ing reach volleyball. See more photos on page 14. Stretch and catch Report: Police station not up to code More time, money and work needed to get it done SCITUATE – A site review study for the partially constructed Scituate Police Station reveals that progress on the building is further behind than originally thought due to most of the interior work already performed needing to be "removed, retrofitted, or undergo further evaluation." The Police Station Building Committee hired Municipal Code Consulting (MCC), at a cost of up to $10,000, to evaluate a structural and mechanical review of the current stage of construction on the station, located off Chopmist Hill Road next to the Scituate Senior Center. In one of their first acts after being appointed in January, the new Scituate Town Council ordered a review on the $1.7 million build- ing after construction on the station halted last November following the election. The Building Committee, at a meeting last Thursday, March 21, By JACQUELYN MOOREHEAD Valley Breeze & Observer Staff Writer jackie@valleybreeze.com See STATION, Page 4 SMITHFIELD – More than 100 Smithfield residents crowded the ballroom of the Smithfield Senior Center last Thursday night, most letting out a collective moan as the Planning Board approved the master plan of the first phase of the 180-unit Sand Trace housing devel- opment. The board split in a 5-4 decision to allow the Sand Trace condo plan to move forward, with stipulations, at the March 21 meeting. Board members Richard Colavecchio, Jennifer Hawkins, Albert Gizzarelli, Curtis Ruotolo and John Steere voted in favor of the project, and members Catherine Lynn, Michael Moan, Steven Tillinghast and Chairman John Yoakum voted against. The board discussed the plans for an hour before making the deci- sion, bringing up many issues with the proposed 32-acre development sitting on a 55-acre lot on Mann Board narrowly approves Sand Trace development By JACQUELYN MOOREHEAD Valley Breeze & Observer Staff Writer jackie@valleybreeze.com See SAND TRACE, Page 9 Serving Smithfield, Scituate, Foster and Glocester FREE MARCH 28-APRIL 3, 2019 Observer THE VALLEY BREEZE & Dr. Scott B. Klimaj 949-3200 Family Dentistry Accepting New Patients 7 Smith Avenue, Greenville www.drscottri.com Accepting New Patients Smile, Spring is here! Bright Start Academy Preschool Pre-K Celebrating Our 20th Year! Now Enrolling for 2019/2020 1 FREE Week with Enrollment (Expires 4/15/2019) 688 Putnam Pike (Rte. 44), Greenville, RI 401-949-5461 www.BrightStartRI.com (401)949-0180 www.andersonwinfield.net OUR 2019 HEALTH & WELLNESS DIRECTORY INSIDE OUR 2019 HEALTH & WELLNESS DIRECTORY INSIDE 2019 | Published by HEALTH A Northern Rhode Island Guide of Physicians & Health & Wellness Professionals ©2019 BREEZE PUBLICATIONS INC. & Wellness A Helpful Guide for Better Health

Articles in this issue

Links on this page

Archives of this issue

view archives of Valley Breeze - The Valley Breeze & Observer 03-28-2019