Barrington News Briefs: DPW worker honored, vacancies on town boards

Town council recognizes longtime DPW worker

Posted 1/28/22

• Council honors longtime public works employee: Members of the Barrington Town Council recently passed a resolution honoring 40-year Barrington Department of Public Works employee …

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Barrington News Briefs: DPW worker honored, vacancies on town boards

Town council recognizes longtime DPW worker

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• Council honors longtime public works employee: Members of the Barrington Town Council recently passed a resolution honoring 40-year Barrington Department of Public Works employee David A. Monti. The resolution stated that Mr. Monti was instrumental in the installations and inspections of the complete sewer system in town, and was involved in the replacement of the 3.5-mile forced main in 2006-07. Barrington DPW Director Alan Corvi said Mr. Monti is an employee that the town can always count on. “He’s always there when you need him,” Mr. Corvi said, adding that Mr. Monti’s knowledge of the system was invaluable.

• Anyone interested in serving on a board or commission? The Barrington Town Council is looking for volunteers to serve on the Board of Assessment Review, the Cemetery Commission, the Economic Development Commission, the Harbor Commission, the Open Space Committee, and the Resilience and Energy Committee. The Open Space Committee is actually seeking two members — a full member and an alternate. Applications can be obtained through the town’s website (www.barrington.ri.gov) or at the town clerk’s office or the library. 

• Barrington resident earns a spot on honor roll: The Community College of Rhode Island’s Athletic Department recently named 40 student-athletes to the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll for the Fall 2021 semester, including Barrington resident Carlos Xavier Molines Berrocal. Carlos is a member of the CCRI baseball team and finished the semester with a 3.61 GPA. He also earned a spot on the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) Region XXI Honor Roll. To qualify for the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll, a student-athlete must earn a 3.0 GPA while attending college full-time during the current semester. The NJCAA Region XXI Honor Roll is reserved for those who earn a 3.20 GPA or higher in the current semester.

• Barrington residents compete at fencing tournament: A pair of Barrington athletes placed at a fencing tournament at the Worcester Fencing Club recently. Anna Bamford earned a second place silver medal for the Rhode Island Fencing Academy & Club in the women’s foil division, while fellow Barrington resident Philip Stein placed sixth in the men’s epee division. 

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