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NK voters approve sewer referendum

June 19, 2014

NORTH KINGSTOWN—On Tuesday evening, the votes were tallied for the sewer referendum in North Kingstown, and the outcome revealed a community largely in favor of sewers on Post Road North and in Wickford. Although only approximately nine percent of the town’s 21,772 registered voters submitted, over 80 percent voted ‘yes’ for the two ballot questions.
The vote authorizes the town to finance $4.9 million for sewers in Wickford, which will see lines installed on Brown Street and areas of Phillips, West Main and Main Streets. $6.6 million will be utilized for sewers on Post Road, including areas surrounding the Quonset Gateway.
In a statement released Tuesday evening, North Kingstown Town Council President Elizabeth Dolan and members Carol Hueston and Kerry McKay thanked the community for voting positively for sewers.

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Southern Rhode Island Newspapers
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