East Providence Council plans special session on Metacomet appraisal

Will make public figure given in potential eminent domain process

By Mike Rego
Posted 4/28/21

EAST PROVIDENCE — The City Council will convene Thursday evening, April 29, in the City Hall chamber for a special session scheduled to begin at 7 p.m. for the purpose of discussing the …

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East Providence Council plans special session on Metacomet appraisal

Will make public figure given in potential eminent domain process

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EAST PROVIDENCE — The City Council will convene Thursday evening, April 29, in the City Hall chamber for a special session scheduled to begin at 7 p.m. for the purpose of discussing the appraisal it approved for the former Metacomet Country Club property.

The topic is the lone actionable item on the agenda.

Pertinent docket sections are as follows:

IV. Continued Business: a. City Council discussion and potential vote related to pursuit or termination of Eminent Domain proceedings for property located at 500 Veterans Memorial Parkway, East Providence 02914, formerly known as Metacomet Golf Club. (MAP 107/BLOCK 15/PARCEL) as a result of completion of formal appraisal and presentation of re-development plan as presented by Marshall Development at the previous City Council meeting of April 20, 2021; Special Legal Counsel Harris Weiner

V. Public Comment on items related to this agenda only.

The meeting can be view at http://www.clerkbase.com/RI_EastProvidence_Live_CityCouncil.html or on ZOOM, meeting ID number 993-0796-0324. No password is required.

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