Nicholas Delmenico is a lifelong Rhode Islander, a resident of Coventry, a 2014 graduate of Leadership Rhode Island, and a 2016 Democratic candidate for State Representative in House District 27 (West Warwick, Warwick, and Coventry).

2 responses to “PawSox stadium a power grab by Governor Raimondo”

  1. PinkHatLib

    “When I look at this legislation, I see a bill that proposes to change existing law regarding blighted properties and redevelopment.”

    Yes, and what a shame it would be if we in the process also lost the junkyards, asphalt plant, oil storage tanks, salt pile, and hazardous waste processing situated on Allens Avenue north of Thurbers.

    No more public power grabs! #PowerToThePolluters

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  2. leftyrite

    It’s not a board game.

    Although, I suppose it is.

    …But, to say, if we lost the junkyards…

    as if they ever go away?

    Some towns still have decently run governments.

    Check out Dartmouth, Mass.

    One may design things. Under organized, relatively clean government.

    You don’t build things with your friends, for your friends,

    and shove everybody else out of the way.

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