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City gets OK to sell off bins

August 26, 2012

WOONSOCKET – Mayor Leo T. Fontaine has gotten the Budget Commission’s OK to negotiate the sale of thousands of surplus trash bins, but it turns out he doesn’t have as much bargaining leverage as he hoped.
The bins are so awkwardly bulky, and there are so many of them — over 10,000 in all — that it would be a logistical nightmare to transport them very far, says Fontaine.
Translation: They’re almost certainly heading for the neighboring town of Cumberland.

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N.S. Police launch new tip line

August 26, 2012

NORTH SMITHFIELD — The North Smithfield Police Department announced that it has launched a new telephone “tip line” for residents to call anonymously with information to help solve crimes.
Effective immediately, the number is 401-762-9983, the police said in a statement. The tip line can be accessed 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
“The purpose of this line is to allow any member of the public who wishes to remain anonymous to call this number to report criminal activity or any suspicious activity that is occurring ...” the statement says.

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