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Council Meets, Winter Songs and Temps

Councilors meet Tonight - The year's first City Council meeting is tomorrow, Jan. 7. On their agenda, councilors will discuss a school building/capital investment plan, including a corporate sponsorship program, introduced by Mayor James Briden.

The council will also consider adopting the state's building code for the city. 

Check here for a report from their last meeting Dec. 17, where they OK'd a tax stabilization plan and delayed a formal search for a permanent City Manager.

"Songs of Winter" at Weaver - On Thursday, Jan. 9, 10-10:45 a.m., Weaver Library, join Lindsay Meehan of Mary Ann Hall's "Music for Children" for a celebration of winter! Sing the snowflakes down from the clouds, jump the stories right off the page, and dance a snowstorm. No registration required.

Icy weather: Yesterday's rainfall and temperatures in the snow-melting 50 degree range are all over - there'll be below freezing temperatures again for the next few days

Tree drop-off/pickup - The City of East Providence is accepting Christmas trees at various locations throughout the city. They'll also be collecting them at the curb according to your regular pickup schedule.

Savings Books Gifts Aid Rec- If you're looking for a great gift that keeps on giving please consider purchasing a Great American Savings Book from EP Recreation Department.  Cost is only $20 and includes up to 50 percent off savings on participating merchants such as Dunkin Donuts, Chelo's, Dick's Sporting Goods, Subway and many more. Pick one up at the Recreation Office located in the Senior Center, Recreation Center at 100 Bullocks Point Avenue or call 401-433-6360 to reserve yours today.   

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