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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

 


ONE HOUSE, THREE VIEWS
Warwick greatly benefits from its designation as a Historic District with projects such as the one below

This house located on Bank Street on the Warwick side of Pawtuxet Village, is known as the Sea-Captain's House. Horace G. Belcher, the Pawtuxet historian, took the first photo (above) some time between 1940-1945 and wrote that the house dated ... more

February 2008, Page 2

 


STATEWIDE PRESERVATION REPORT
Current Development /Potential Problems

In Warwick several deleterious local conditions threaten orderly development of the village. A large number of sub-standard lots exist (a lot containing less than 5,000 square feet is considered "sub-standard;" a lot containing less than 7,000 square... more

Fall 1986, vol 12 num 3, Page 8

 


EDITORIAL
Divided we fall

We're all aware of the threatened destruction of the 1886 "Susan Sawyer House" on Sea View A venue, the home of Miss Ethel Turner until her recent death. Her will orders that the house be razed. Although on the National Register of Historic Places ... more

Fall 1986, vol 12 num 3, Page 12

 


LETTERS
Divided we fall

We're all aware of the threatened destruction of the 1886 "Susan Sawyer House" on Sea View Avenue, the home of MlsS Ethel TUrner until her recent death. Her will orders that the house be razed. Although on the National Register of Historic Places a... more

Fall 1986, vol 12 num 3, Page 12

 


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

 


PAWTUXET VILLAGE ASSOCIATION: 40 YEARS OF COMMUNITY SPIRIT!

In 1969, major developments were underway for the removal of all buildings along our cove and waterfront to make room for the major construction of high-rise apartments and retail space. The community objected vehemently, led by the Lindsay broth... more

Spring 2013, vol 40 num 1, Page 1

 


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