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BV Enterprises, LLC, doing business as Renaissance Properties of Rhode Island, at 23 Highland Avenue, a general contacting service, was granted a business operating license for phone calls only at the address listed.

Jason Pizzi Plowing, located at 5 Brookwood Drive, was authorized for a phone calls only business operating license for snow removal, with the owner stating he’ll be working for the town.

A business operating license was permitted for Brian Forrest & Associates for accounting and tax services located at 1500 Atwood Avenue, Suite 5.

A restaurant license was approved for Bay Tree Café, 1031 Plainfield Street, Units 5, 6 & 7, after the council’s concerns about on-site parking were addressed.

A hawker/peddler’s license for the sale of flowers at 39 Putnam Avenue on December 24 and 25 was granted by the council. Light on yoga review While the applicant did not attend the hearing, the council approved the license based on past history.

A holiday sales license for the sale of cell phones and wireless plans was ratified for Market Share, Inc., doing business as AT&T Get Wireless Now, at 1450 Hartford Avenue.

Lawyer Roger Ross and his client, Silvia Vargas, one of the principals of Willy & Silvia, LLC, doing business as Club Bebeto at 31 Greenville Avenue, came before the council for a review again after previous show cause hearings in June, August and October were held regarding nearby resident complaints about parking and noise from the establishment. City yoga dallas Continuing police details required of the business by the council during the last year were suspended based on Police Chief Richard R. Yoga for health townsend Tamburini’s recommendation, who stated there had been no recent significant issues at the club and that the situation would be monitored. Laughter yoga exercises video No residents objected during the hearing.

District 1 Councilman Richard DelFino recognized TriTown and the Johnston Fire Department for assisting two families in need in the district have a better holiday.

District 2 Councilman Anthony Verardo acknowledged the Windsor Hill Elementary School’s program for providing food to needy families and asked residents to contribute at the school. Yoga routine for flexibility and balance He requested an update for a Bordern Avenue blind driveway sign installation. Morning yoga routine video The councilman then addressed resident concerns regarding Killingly Street traffic near the car wash facility. Mindfulness yoga frank jude boccio After consulting with Chief Tamburini and DPW Director Arnold Vecchione, it was determined that the car wash owner would be approached and possible additional signage be placed to alleviate the problem.

Councilman David Santilli of District 3 requested a traffic study for stop signs at City View Drive and Newburg Street to alleviate speeding. Pure yoga singapore asia square He also asked Chief Tamburini to monitor evening parking at Calef School, which receives overflow parking from nearby establishments.

Council President Robert Russo requested a traffic study for the fire station on Route 44 for a red traffic signal at the facility. Yoga gold coast chicago Reappointments

The reappointment of Edward Stravato Jr., George Lazzareschi, Lr., Bart Catanzaro, Rita Cesario and William Cuddigan to the Johnston Wastewater Management Board received approval from the council.

The council authorized Mayor Polisena to enter into an agreement to purchase two 2016 Volvo XL 6.7 L V-8 diesel trucks. Yoga ashtanga milano One truck will be used by the DPW, the other by the Recreation Department.

Mayor Polisena also received authorization to enter into an agreement with ACS Enterprise Solutions, LLC, for the town’s land evidence recording, indexing, imaging, cashiering services and support.

Several resolutions, ratifying a mutual aid agreement between the Johnston Police Department and the Scituate, North Providence, Smithfield, Providence and Cranston Police Departments, were approved.

“It’s a routine agreement, what we do is Johnston police officers would be able to help our neighboring jurisdictions out, and they can also come in. Yoga history We’ve got Citizens Bank who has a big road construction area with sewer lines in and we’re going to need some help. Unity yoga brighton We do this every year, and their councils also approve the same measures,” said Chief Tamburini of the resolutions.

The council ratified an easement agreement between the town and National Grid for the installation, construction and maintenance of electric power for the town’s new indoor athletic facility, along with an agreement to provide for electric service.

An ordinance amending the towns code of ordinances entitled “Nonresident Parking Prohibited,” which prohibits nonresidential parking during certain hours on DiSarro Avenue, Kelly Avenue and Newman Avenue was also approved after constituents complained about overflow parking from nearby businesses.