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The Valley Breeze Cumberland Lincoln 09-12-2019

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

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4 BUSINESS SEPTEMBER 12-18, 2019 | VALLEY BREEZE | CUMBERLAND LINCOLN EDITION CUMBERLAND – Juliana's Italian Bakery is settling into its new home at 1181 High St., where Roland's TV used to be, serving up everything from calzones to cannoli for a grow- ing clientele. Owner Lee Hall, bringing a life- time of experience as a baker, said he found this space in Cumberland after finding nothing that worked for his company in their hometown of North Providence, and his family has quickly embraced the town and its residents. "This community has been very welcoming and supportive," he said. After sponsoring a Cumberland Youth Soccer team this summer, he told players that any of them who stop in at the bakery on game day in their uniform this season will get a free chocolate chip cookie, an announcement that had the whole team ready to head over. Lee and Heather Hall previ- ously operated a Juliana's Bakery in Johnston before a fire forced their departure last year. It was Heather who kept coming back to this space as the building the bakery should relocate to. Juliana's, named after their old- est daughter, offers a full line of bakery items baked fresh daily on site, including breads, pastries, cal- zones and pizza. Early favorites in Cumberland are spinach pies, cream eclairs, and chocolate chip cookies. If the inside space looks a little large right now, it's because not everything is in place yet, said Hall. He plans to add drinks, pre-packaged gluten-free items, and raw pizza dough for home baking, among other new offerings. Hall said it was an adventure feeling out exactly what customers wanted in the first couple weeks of being open last month, but he feels they've reached a place of knowing what's selling. There were days early on where the doors were closed at 2 or 3 p.m. because everything had sold out, he said. The only items not made on site are the wandies, said Hall, because they need to be fried. Typical hours are Tuesday to Saturday, 7 a.m. to 6 p.m., Sunday, 7 a.m. to 2 p.m., and closed Mondays. Call 401-771-8934 for more. Juliana's Italian Bakery serves up fresh treats By ETHAN SHOREY Valley Breeze Managing Editor BREEZE PHOTO BY ETHAN SHOREY LUCIA SENNA, left, and HANNAH LACHUT, employees at the new Juliana's Italian Bakery on High Street, just up the road from the town's new public safety complex, present some of the favorites at the store. Senna is holding cream puffs, and Lachut has a tray full of cannoli. Massage Envy offers free massage, skin care services Sept. 21-22 LINCOLN – Massage Envy, 618 George Washington Highway, will be supporting World Wellness Weekend, Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 21-22, with franchised loca- tions opening their doors to give the public opportunities to try free services to help keep their bodies working. Locally, the Massage Envy fran- chise in Lincoln will be open to the public from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. During those dates and hours, members of the public will be able to sample one of three free offers: a free skin care analysis with free skin care product sample (while supplies last), or free trials of Rapid Tension Relief or Total Body Stretch. Visit . CUMBERLAND – The Saturday Brunch Bunch Toastmasters club will hold its next meeting Saturday morning, Sept. 14, from 9:20 to 11:30 a.m. at the Cumberland Public Library, Hayden Center, 1464 Diamond Hill Road. The public is welcome to come and see how Toastmasters can help develop public speaking and lead- ership skills. For more information, email or call 508- 293-1488. Toastmasters meet Saturday TOWN OF CUMBERLAND NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Notice is hereby given that the Town Council of the Town of Cumberland, pursuant to the provisions of Article IV, Section 409 of the Home Rule Charter of the Town of Cumberland will consider for adoption the following ordinances entitled: 1. #19-25 – An ordinance amending the Town of Cumberland Water Rates 2. #19-26 – An ordinance relating to the duties of the Parks and Recreation Commission 3. #19-27 – An ordinance authorizing the placement of Stop Signs at the intersections of Timberwolf Drive and Baldwin, Valley, Lilac and Norman Streets Notice is further given that said Ordinance will be considered at a public hearing of said Town Council at the Cumberland Town Hall, Council Chambers, 45 Broad Street, Cumberland, Rhode Island on Wednesday, September 18, 2019 at 7:30 p.m., at which time and place all per - sons may be heard. INDIVIDUALS REQUESTING INTERPRETER SERVICES FOR THE HEARING IMPAIRED MUST NOTI- FY THE TOWN CLERK AT 728-2400, EXT. 138, 48 HOURS IN ADVANCE OF HEARING DATE. PER ORDER CUMBERLAND TOWN COUNCIL Sandra M. Giovanelli, Town Clerk Town of Cumberland, Rhode Island Planning Board Town Hall - 45 Broad Street, Cumberland, Rhode Island 02864 (401) 728-2400 Notice of Public Meeting Notice is hereby given that the Cumberland Planning Board will hold a Public Meeting on Wednesday, September 25, 2019 at 6:30 p.m., in Cumberland Town Hall, Town Council Chambers, 45 Broad Street, Cumberland, Rhode Island 02864. !e purpose of the hearing is to consider the "ling of a request for a Major Development -- Master Plan owned by Crossing Cumberland, LLC., being also described as Assessor's Plat 58 Lot 88 & 89. !e public is encouraged to attend and o#er comment and/or testi- mony. A copy of the proposal will be available on the Town's website,, on Friday, September 20, 2019 or in the Planning Department during normal business hours. Individuals requesting interpreter services for the hearing impaired must notify the Town Clerk's O$ce at 401-728-2400, 48 hours in advance. Respectfully Submitted, Jonathan Stevens Planning Director TOWN OF CUMBERLAND NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE OF PETITION TO ABANDON A PORTION OF HUNT STREET AND A PORTION OF AN UNNAMED STREET THAT INTERSECTS WITH HUNT STREET WHERE IT TERMINATES TO THE WEST IN THE TOWN OF CUMBERLAND A petition has been !led with the Cumberland Town Council to declare a portion of Hunt Street has ceased to be useful to the public and that the Town Council therefore abandon said street. A plan of the proposed abandonment is on !le in the o"ce of the Cumberland TownClerk and on the town's website, for review by any interested parties. Remonstrant(s) are entitled to be heard before the adoption of the proposed abandonment and the Town Council will give such remonstrant(s) a fair opportunity to make their objections before acting upon such abandonment. #e public hearing will take place on Wednesday, October 2, 2019, at 7:30 p.m. at the Cumberland Town Hall in the Town Council Chambers, 45 Broad Street, Cum- berland, RI 02864 at which time and place all persons may be heard. Individuals requesting interpreter services for the hearing impaired must notify the Town Clerk at 728-2400 ext. 138, 48 hours in advance of hearing date. PER ORDER OF CUMBERLAND TOWN COUNCIL Sandra M. Giovanelli, Town Clerk Attention Lincoln Voters The Town of Lincoln is participating in National Voter Registration Day held on Tuesday, September 24, 2019 Voter registrations will be accepted all day, 7am-7pm in the Clerk's Office Lincoln Town Hall 100 Old River Road Lincoln, RI 02865 The Town Clerk's Office will be open extended hours for this special day! Please call the Board of Canvassers with any questions @ 333-1140 Monique L. Clauson, Town Clerk Erin C. Vaughan, Deputy Town Clerk

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