Flanked by mayors and town managers from around the state, Governor Lincoln Chafee unveiled a plan this afternoon for helping Rhode Island’s most fiscally troubled communities. He held up a copy of the Providence Journal - featuring headlines about Woonsocket’s cash crunch and Providence’s bond downgrade - to underscore the gravity of the situation.
considering that RI was a huge manufacturing state in the past and also hosted
military bases where weapons and chemicals were stored I think we need to look no further than what’s in our soil. I am 63 years old and can remember when people just poured toxic things on the ground, or flushed them into our water as an acceptable way of disposal, not realizing that some of these things stay around us for a very long time and can cause health problems.