Gordon Rogers


FOSTER – The Foster Town Council unanimously agreed last week to join a proposed coalition of eight Rhode Island rural towns to protect against potential upcoming legislation that would override local zoning ordinances to reach low-to-moderate-income housing goals.

During the Jan. 12 Town Council meeting, Sen. Gordon Rogers presented his plan to create a coalition of eight rural communities, to this point set to include the seven towns of Foster, Scituate, Glocester, Richmond, Hopkinton, Exeter and West Greenwich, to combat an “oppressive state legislature.”

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The East Side libs don't care about rural communities. Their sanctuary city policies can't handle the overload, so they'll shove their failed policies down the throats of towns that know how to run things properly. Fight back now or suffer later!

The Mineral Spring Kid

“East side libs”???

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