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Rye Helping Rye COVID-19

RCL will create a Rye Helping Hands Facebook Page but we need two or three Facebook people to admin the posts and let people in. If you can help here please civicnews@ryecivicleague.org Is everyone OK in your neighborhood? Town Government has no way of checking on everyone, so please (safely) make the effort to make […]

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Most Current Rye Civic News

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RCL Parson’s Creek Pollution Information

December 11, 2017 presentation to BOS repeats known findings that we have an issue.   Video Click Here – 1:34 after bacterial   a) Septic system density above .26 per acre causes problems, Parsons Creek Watershed is at .45 systems per acre.  The problem is over saturated land.  At this point, testing should only be to […]

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July 2020 Civic News Files

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June 2020 Civic News

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May 2020 Civic News docs

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Rye Walking Places

Can you go (safely with keeping your 6ft spacing) to all of these places in Rye? Table of what is permitted Town Forest: Click Here for map Marden Woods – entrance is near 309 Washington Road – bronze sign on the stone wall entrance.  One large loop. Park on Washington Road. Seavey Acrese – entrance […]

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Rye Isolation Information and Activities

Hello, We will be updating this as we go with more information and with Zoom calls we schedule if multiple people request to have a discussion. Parsons Creek Information: Click Here‘ Rye’s political history from Alex Herlihy’s Draft that interests you: an historical epoch, a decade or a specific political event. i.e. the 1970’s may […]

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Rye Consuming Government Book Discussions

To get people started Click Here for Part 1 and 2 (up to page 28), this will be the first discussion. If you want to learn more you can watch this short video explaining Consuming Government. The book breaks into 6 sections, so if you miss a discussion, no big deal. You just have to […]

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April 2020 Civic News Files

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ZBA and Planning for 68 Port Way Cell Tower Feb 19th

1.  Attorney for Verizon showed their photos of the balloon test and how a cell tower would look in each.2.  Attorney for Verizon admitted there would be weekly testing of both the Verizon 30 kW and AT& T 20kW commercial generators for about 30 minutes each.  There was discussion regarding how loud this would be […]

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March 2020 Civic News

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2020 District Budgets

Civic News February 2020

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RCL 2020 Budget & Warrant Presentation

Video of the Budget and Warrant Article Presentation: Click Here

68 Port Way Cell Tower

The recent balloon test revealed how omnipresent the tower will be.  Attached you will find a  map of the tower site with […]

Civic News January 2020

Parsonage & TD Bank Exchange