An ambitious four-year plan to upgrade T.F. Green Airport has finally gotten underway. Monday one of the airport’s two runways was shut down to make way for the removal of a hangar. Next month work begins on a new de-icing fluid treatment plant.
Peter Frazer, general counsel to the Rhode Island Airport Corporation, said none of this should inconvenience travelers.
A snow storm is on its way. Yes, again. The ACLU says the state's Attorneys General are falling down on the job of enforcing the Open Meetings Law. These stories and more on the RIPR Morning News Podcast, along with this week's Political Roundtable with guest Pablo Rodriguez.
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State Representative Joe Shekarchi joins the Roundtable this week to talk about NECAP test results, binding arbitration, leveraging the airport, and the political future of state Treasurer Gina Raimondo.