New England Municipal Government News Headlines

Recent news stories related to municipal government in New England (and issues being faced on the local level) include these articles:

CT: New London police using coyote as an educational tool (The Day)

ME: Roaming dogs drain animal control budget (Island Ad-Vantages)

MA: Court upholds back pay for fired Newton police chief accused of sexism (The Boston Globe)

NH: Seabrook Beach voters allow boats to be parked in front yards (Newburyport News)

RI: Some of Providence’s poorest neighborhoods are attracting developers. Residents want a say in what happens next. (Providence Business News)

VT: Vermont’s New Universal Pre-K Program Shows Some Growing Pains (Vermont Public Radio)

National: Google’s controversial groundwater withdrawal sparks question of who owns South Carolina water (The Post and Courier)

Background information:

New London, CT, Police Department

City of New London, CT

Town of Stonington, ME

City of Newton, MA

Town of Seabrook, NH

City of Providence, RI

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Thomas Lopatosky is editor & publisher of New England City & Town.
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