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Council: No to $5,000 for activities for children

June 27, 2014

City Council, in a 4-to-2 vote, pulled $5,000 of city surplus from going to an eight-week summer educational enrichment program, “Summer Counts,” put on by the Community Alliance for Progressive......

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JerryfromRI

Jun-27-14 3:48 PM

In other Newbury news, it looks like the "emergency roof repairs" where completed to the ball field previously known as Bowman. It appears repairs where completed just in time for a bank to park its name up there. Wow! Close one!

I'm sure the kids that would have benefited from the Summer Program will find something else to do, like play basketball. Oh wait, scratch that.

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RexJag

Jun-27-14 7:40 AM

Wise decision, Council. People need to stop relying on government to fund their own independent activities. If they need finds, hold a fund raiser. 50 Businesses chipping in $100 a pop would do it...

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RexJag

Jun-27-14 7:37 AM

Wise decision, Council. People need to stop relying on government to fund their own independent activities. If they need finds, hold a fund raiser. 50 Buinesses chipping in $100 a pop would do it...

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