Narragansett - URI Coalition
There will a cooperative relationship of mutual respect and trust between the communities of the Town of Narragansett and the University of Rhode Island.
The Narragansett - URI Coalition is committed to jointly working together to address problems and concerns by developing strategies and activities that foster amicable coexistence.
The Narragansett-URI Coalition provides a forum for dialogue among all stakeholders for the identification, planning, development, and implementation of initiatives which support the vision and mission focusing on the following key areas:
The Coalition is a group of individuals representing the Town of Narragansett, the University of Rhode Island, residents, homeowners, and businesses in the town of Narragansett.
|Narragansett Town Manager||1||1|
|Narragansett Community Housing Inspector||1||0|
|Narragansett Town Council||2||1|
|Narragansett Police Department||1||0|
|Narragansett Neighborhood Associations||4||4|
|URI Division of Student Affairs||3||2|
|URI Student Senate||2||2|
|URI Greek Life||2||2|
The Narragansett Neighborhood Associations will have four voting representatives serving on the Coalition. The Neighborhood Association representatives so chosen will notify the Coalition Co-Chairs of their appointment prior to the Coalition’s first meeting of the academic year.
At its Annual Organizational Meeting, the Coalition will elect two (2) Co-Chairs (one from the Town and one from the University) and a Secretary. They may meet, as necessary, between meetings for planning purposes.
To implement the targeted aims of the Coalition, ad hoc committees will be es-tablished as necessary.
A quorum will be necessary to conduct this meeting.
No statement will be made on behalf of the Coalition without explicit approval of both Co-Chairs. The Secretary will prepare and distribute press releases at the re-quest of both Co-Chairs.
All revisions to the Coalition's Guidelines and Procedures will require approval by a two-thirds vote of the Coalition's representatives with voting status present at a meeting having a quorum. Approved revisions will take effect immediately after adjournment of the meeting.
Adopted by the Narragansett-URI Coalition: April 22, 2010.
These Guidelines & Procedures replace those adopted on August 2, 2005.
May 16, 2006
Coalition Update on Common Ground, Mark Wood
March 21, 2006
Coalition Presentation, Dan Graney
October 18, 2005
Narragansett-URI Coalition Member Survey Results
March 22, 2005
Rhody Rides Program Presentation
October 13, 2004
"Common Ground Overview and Update", Mark Wood and Fran Cohen