Council President Sabina Matos’ Statements and Press Releases

2019

The Poorest Will Foot the Bill Under the Mayor’s Plan, June 19, 2019

Pro Tem Correia Unveils New Public Safety Equipment, June 18, 2019

Update on Budgeting Process, June 11, 2019

City Council Passes Pride Resolution, June 6, 2019

Council Supports Green New Deal, May 2, 2019

Cambodian Genocide Remembrance Week Recognized, May 2, 2019

City Council to Recognize Small Business Week, May 2, 2019

Council Passes Resolution Requiring Sexual Harassment-Prevention Training For City Employees, May 2, 2019

Statement from City Council President Sabina Matos Regarding the Budget Process, April 30, 2019

Council President Matos Welcomes Education Commissioner Infante-Green, April 29, 2019

Young Voices RI produces a report addressing racial disparities in Providence Public Schools, March 27, 2019

Council President Names Erlin Rogel Chief of Staff, March 21, 2019

City Council to Host International Women’s Day Celebration, March 7, 2019

Statement from Council President Sabina Matos, February 22, 2019

Providence City Council Elects Shawn Selleck as City Clerk, February 21, 2019

City Council Awards $70K in Support of City Year Providence, February 19, 2019

City Council Creates Special Committee on Public Safety, February 13, 2019

Providence City Council Committee on Finance Tonight Voted to Approve a $30M Bond for School and Neighborhood Projects, January 30, 2019

City Council Awards $50K to Help Restore Soldiers and Sailors Monument in Kennedy Plaza, January 24, 2019

Councilwoman Sabina Matos Elected President of the Providence City Council, January 7, 2019

New Leadership Team of Providence City Council Calls for Cancellation of January 3, 2019 Meeting, January 2, 2019

2018

Statement From City Council President Pro Tempore Sabina Matos, October 16, 2018

Providence Ward 15 Parks Receive Upgrades, June 25, 2018

Councilwoman Sabina Matos Honored with the Fred Lippitt Award from the Woonasquatucket River Watershed Council, May 25, 2018

City Councilors to Introduce Resolution Asking the City to Delay Any Further Speed Camera Installs Until an Educational Campaign Takes Place, March 2, 2018

2017

City Council to Unveil New Computer Lab at Joslin Recreation Center, November 21, 2017

Providence City Council Approves First Passage of Fiscal Year 2018 Budget, July 27, 2017

Providence City Council Finance Committee Approves 5 Year Capital Improvement Plan, July 13, 2017

Matos Calls for Independent Investigation Regarding School’s Failure to Report Molestation Allegations, June 29, 2017

Providence City Council Approves First Passage of Fiscal Year 2018 Budget, June 15, 2017

Council Overrides Veto of ‘No Smoking’ Ordinance, June 15, 2017

Councilors Call on Administration to Halt Controversial Traffic Plan at Roger Williams Park, June 1, 2017

Council to Consider $45M Bond Issuance, June 1, 2017

Providence City Council Endorses RI Promise Program, March 7, 2017

 

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