Category Archives: SNA

Candidate Undebate a Big Success

Thanks to all who attended the Candidate Forum Un-debate last night! Steve Ahlquist caught it all on video, and took the time to sort every comment and label them for easy viewing ( Thank you, Steve! Big thanks to Mike Ritz, Executive Director of LeadershipRI, for serving as facilitator, to the Mount Hope Neighborhood Association, […]

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Fane Tower – City Council Public Hearing

The City Council Ordinance Committee will hold a public hearing on the Fane luxury skyscraper proposal on Wednesday, July 18th at 5:30pm in the City Council Chamber (City Hall, 25 Dorrance Street, Third Floor). The Council has the final say in whether the special zoning change the developer is seeking will be approved or not, […]

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August Outdoor Family Movie Nights!

Coming up in August! Two outdoor family movie nights at Lippitt Park! Brought to you by the Providence Children’s Film Festival and SNA.

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Candidate Primary Forums – Mt. Hope/Summit/Observatory

The Mount Hope Neighborhood Association, Summit Neighborhood Association, and Observatory Neighborhood Association, in collaboration with the Providence Cultural Equity Initiative, are pleased to present two free local candidate events for the 2018 election. Facebook event here. All local candidates for election in these neighborhoods who **face a primary** will be invited. Based on the candidates […]

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Summer 2018 Newsletter

The Summer 2018 newsletter has hit the streets! We’re seeking volunteers to contribute content — any kind of local content, from quick writeups on events, to commentary, to poetry and photography, as long as it relates to the neighborhood — for our Summer 2018 newsletter. Please contact us at SNAProv at gmail dot com!

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Fane Luxury Tower Proposal

The SNA board urges the Providence City Council to reject the Fane luxury tower proposal because of the concerning precedent spot zoning would set. Our letter to the editor appeared in the Providence Journal today.

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Zoning Board Agenda

The upcoming zoning board hearing has an agenda item in Summit that may be of interest to neighbors.


Silent Auction & Fundraiser for Alzheimer’s

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A nice sign of spring!

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Annual Meeting 2018

Thanks to all who participated in our Annual Meeting last night, including our elected officials including City Councilor Nirva Lafortune, Rep. Aaron Regunberg, Sen. Gayle Goldin, and Mayor Jorge Elorza! Congratulations and thanks to Read Porter, Kathleen Rourke, and Anna Highsmith for their election to our board! And thanks to departing board members Anne Holland, […]

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