Found in 571 Collections and/or Records:
A report by the Rhode Island Strategic Development Commission, Volume 1 and Executive Summary (2 copies).
The Rhode Island Port Authority and Economic Development Corporation Financial Statements for the Years Ended, 1991-1992
The Rhode Island Pure Food and Drug Act, Passed by the General Assembly May 26 1908 Together with Standards of Purity for Food Products, 1908
The Rhode Island state air pollution control program : an evaluation report with recommendations for program improvements
Pursuant to Section 42-119 of the Rhode Island General Laws, enacted in July 1992, the Tipping Fee Commission completed this report to analyze and determine the necessary cash requirements of the Rhode Island Solid Waste Management Corporation for the period October 1, 1992 through June 30, 1993, and set a municipal tip fee for such a period.
To Improve Education in Rhode Island by the Year 1991: Recommendations of Governor Edward D. DiPrete's 1991 Task Force, August 1987
The Rhode Island Turnpike and Bridge Authority was created in 1954 by the Rhode Island General Assembly as a corporate body with authority to construct, acquire, maintain and operate bridge projects as defined by law. The collection consists of photographs, news clippings, plan drawings and related ephemera documenting building, opening and maintenance of both the Newport Bridge and the Mount Hope Bridge.
Two publications from the URI Coastal Resources Center.
Monthly reports of activity submitted by Captain William E. Hamlin, Provost Marshall for the first district of Rhode Island to United States Provost Marshall General James B. Fry, Washington, DC.
The records consist of one copy of the historic resources archive documentation (text and photos on archival quality materials) for the Vicinity of Berkeley Bridge No. 769, Martin Street Canal Bridge No. 774 and Blackstone Canal prepared by Edward Connors and Associates for the Department of Transportation.
Compiled records derived chiefly from birth, death, marriage, and divorce certificates. Data was filed and compared to other states to create charts comparing Rhode Island to a national average in categories such as top ten causes of death, rates of desease by race and gender, and general trends in health.
The records consist of one copy of the historic bridge documentation (text and photos on archival quality materials) for Washington Bridge No. 200.
This seris includes reports and publications of the Water Resources Policy Commission (1951-1952), the Water Resources Board (1964-), and the Office/Division of Water Resources within the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management.
This plan presents data on baseline water use, demand management, and supply and supply management. The findings, conclusions, and recommendations presented in the plan reflect the results of an extensive study involving the analysis of water supply in the state of Rhode Island in the year 1991 to predict future water needs.
The report represents the first phase of a long-range water supply plan for Rhode Island. It summarizes the efforts of two water policy conferences held in 1983 and 1984; and it attempts to integrate the specific policies with other elements of the State Guide Plan, so as to guide protection and development of water sources, promote conservation, and coordinate water system development with implementation of the land use plan and wastewater disposal needs.
The records consist of one copy of the historic resources archive documentation (text and photos on archival quality materials) for the Weekapaug Bridge No. 997 prepared by Edward Connors and Associates of Riverside, Rhode Island for the Department of Transportation.
Records consist of Memorandum of Agreement (non-archival copy), historic documentation (text and photographs) and correspondence related to the West Street Railroad Bridge No. 401.