Governor’s Office Wants To Hear From Rhode Islanders

Aug 5, 2013

The governor’s office is asking you, the public, about what it’s like to live and work in the Ocean State. Residents are being asked to speak their minds at a series of public forums this week.

Gov. Lincoln Chafee will host public forums to hear from residents; he is expected to face a tough reelection in 2014.

The forums are part of an initiative out of the governor’s office called RhodeMap RI. It’s a project analyzing the state’s business climate and economic competitiveness. The goal is to travel across the state, listen to residents about what it’s like to get job, buy a home and get an education in the state, then use that feedback to develop policy.

Want to Go?

Monday August 5th

The Depot

1 Depot Square

Woonsocket, RI

Tuesday August 6th

Roger Williams University

Global Heritage Hall

1 Old Ferry Road

Bristol, RI

Wednesday August 7th

University of Rhode Island

Memorial Student Union

45 Upper College Road

Kingston, RI

Thursday August 8th

East Providence Senior Center

610 Waterman Ave

East Providence RI