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  • Posted April 05, 2017
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Greenville Avenue Closure to Begin Monday, April 10

The Narragansett Bay Commission’s sewer construction in Greenville Avenue in Johnston will begin on Monday, April 10, weather permitting, lasting until November 2017. During the construction period, Greenville Avenue will be open to local traffic only. The project will add 7,000 linear feet of new sewer from Salina Avenue to approximately 1,000 feet west of I-295 and will upgrade water service in the area.

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  • Posted March 28, 2017
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Narragansett Bay Commission Receives National Audit Award

For the fourteenth year in a row, the NBC has received the GFOA Excellence in Financial Reporting Award.

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  • Posted August 16, 2016
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Infrastructure, Advocacy Yield Gold Medal Water Quality for 2016 Save The Bay Swim

The swimmers and kayakers in Save the Bay's 40th annual Swim will face much better water quality than Olympic athletes in Rio de Janeiro this weekend.

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  • Posted June 22, 2016
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Narragansett Bay Commission Honors Late Commissioner with Building Dedication

On Tuesday, June 21, the Narragansett Bay Commission (NBC) dedicated its new Water Quality Science Building to a former Commissioner, the late Leonard E. Walker, Sr., who served on the Board of Commissioners from 1993 until his death in 2003.

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  • Posted June 07, 2016
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Narragansett Bay Commission Not Affiliated with American Water Resources of Rhode Island

The Narragansett Bay Commission (NBC) has learned that sewer customers have received a solicitation from American Water Resources (AWR) of Rhode Island, offering a Sewer Line Protection Program for repair or replacement of the customer’s sewer service line should the line fail in the future. American Water Resources of Rhode Island’s mail solicitation is not affiliated with or endorsed by the NBC. The NBC recommends to all ratepayers interested in AWR’s offer to fully research American Water Resources of Rhode Island and the details of the solicitation independently of the ratepayer’s affiliation with the NBC.
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