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FINALLY! WARWICK HISTORIC DISTRICT ZONING

On July 26, 1989, Mayor Flaherty signed into law an ordinance making the Warwick section of Pawtuxet (see map) an Historic District. Previ­ously the city had 10 sites designated historic, including Gaspee Point, 8 single structures, and the Warwick M... more

Fall 1989, vol 15 num 3, Page 1

 


FINALLY! WARWICK HISTORIC DISTRICT ZONING
Fall 1989

On July 26, 1989, Mayor Flaherty signed into law an ordinance making the Warwick section of Pawtuxet ( see map) a Historic District. Previously, the city had ten sites designated historic, including Gaspee Point, eight single structures, and the ... more

Fall 2011, vol 38 num 2, Page 13

 


FINALLY! WARWICK HISTORIC DISTRICT ZONING

On July 26, 1989, Mayor Aaheny signed into law an ordinance making the Warwick section of Pawtuxet (see map) an Historic District. Previously the city had 10 sites designated historic, including Gaspee Point, 8 single structures, and the Warwick... more

Fall 1989, vol 15 num 3, Page 1

 


FINALLY- WARWICK HISTORIC DISTRICT ZONING!

On July 26, 1989, Mayor Flaherty signed into law an ordinance making the Warwick section of Pawtuxet an Historic District. Previously the city had 10 sites designated historic, including Gas pee Point, eight single structures, and the Warwick Muni... more

Summer 2004, Page 7

 


APPLICATIONS AVAILABLE FOR PLAQUE PROGRAM

The Warwick Historic District Commission is pleased to announce that applications for the City's Plaque Program are now available. Owners of sites and structures of historical and/or architectural significance are eligible to apply. Although own... more

Spring 1991, vol 17 num 2, Page 1

 


PROGRESS IN CRANSTON HISTORIC DISTRICTS?

To most people the term '"historic district" evokes a picture of quaint shuttered colonial cottages with white picket fences located on tree­lined streets. It appears to be a nice place to live, a home with character. To some it's worth living with c... more

Fall 1989, vol 15 num 3, Page 1

 


THE CONDOS ON THE PARKWAY: WHY ARE THEY SO BIG AND SO CLOSE TO THE ROAD?

The two new condominium buildings on the site of the former ZIP gas station are hard to miss and have generated considerable controversy in the village. Some background information can help residents understand the scale and positioning of the bui... more

Summer 2004, Page 7

 


CRANSTON AND WARWICK NEWS A SALUTE TO AN "UNSUNG HERO"

This article is a continuation of the "Unsung Hero" feature in the Fall issue of THE BRIDGE. Our little corner of the world is bustling with activity, restoration, new life and growth centering on the bay, the river, the village and residential ar... more

Winter 2005, vol 31 num 3, Page 12

 


MAY IRISH EYES BE SMILING ON MICHAEL O'ROURKE

The Irish county flags flew in Pawtuxet in late January this year to honor the life of Michael J. O'Rourke, owner of O'Rourke's Bar & Grill. The village lost one of its most successful and community -oriented businessmen when he died at the age... more

Spring/Summer 2012, vol 39 num 1, Page 16

 


PROGRESS IN CRANSTON HISTORICAL DISTRICTS

establish theirown districts and commissions was fraught with vague provisions and open to possible court challenges in several areas. For almost two years a sub-committee met on a monthly basis to address changes and additions to the existing s... more

Fall 1989, vol 15 num 3, Page 9

 


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