Hello Neighbors & Friends, Fall has definitely arrived in Providence! The air is crisp, the farmers market is full of winter squashes, and Halloween is just around the corner! There has also been a flurry of activity across the Ward and all of Providence – and of course, the General Election on November 8 is also quickly approaching. Below we will share some updates about goings-on in Providence and answer some questions about the election. Upcoming Election News: General Ele
Hello Neighbors & Friends of Ward 3, Happy Autumn! Sue continues to be out and about meeting with neighbors across Ward 3 as we approach the General Election in November. She regularly hears from residents how important regular communication is and wanted to share some updates on things happening across the Ward and the City. The Hope Street Temporary Trail is Live The Temporary Trail was installed on Hope Street on October 1. The pilot project will run for exactly one week u
Dear Friends and Neighbors, As we talk with neighbors across the Ward, we consistently hear a desire for leaders that can actually get things done. We agree. We are tired of seeing elected officials fight and grandstand - and who don't know how to work in coalitions, and make big promises they don't know how to fulfill. Sue literally has art hanging in her office - bought from a local artist - that says "Get Shit Done". We know Sue will deliver on her promises because she has
Dear Friends & Neighbors, We are officially 2 months from election day! Team Sue has been hard at work connecting with neighbors and building momentum in the final weeks of the campaign. We are so grateful for your continued support. Check out below for more ways to be involved to #ElectSue -- and also things happening across the Ward! Campaign Highlights: Volunteer Spotlight: Sue & Lou met in 2016 when they had offices next to each other when Sue was the State's Director of
Hello Neighbors and Supporters, Welcome to summer in beautiful Providence! I will officially file my paperwork to run on Monday - and I am excited to spend the summer meeting with our neighbors across Ward 3. A theme that I am hearing is that our neighbors want regular updates on policies and programs relevant to Ward 3. I will begin using this newsletter as a way to do that - a practice I will expand and continue when I am elected as your City Councilwoman. I also want to ac
Hello Neighbors & Friends, Happy Spring! After the winter, we are so excited to see the tulips emerging and other signs of spring as we walk around the Ward. One of the best things about Providence - and Ward 3 in particular - are our small, independent shops, artists, and makers. And while buying local is a personal ethic of Sue’s - as City Councilor, she will fight to ensure that the City supports homegrown business through our own spending and in our economic development.
Hello Neighbors & Friends, How did you commemorate International Women’s Day? One of the things we love about Ward 3 are the strong, inspiring women who live and work here. As Sue has talked with folks across the Ward, she’s been thrilled to get to know women who are teachers and educators, a former commission of our state’s energy office, owners of small businesses, nonprofit leaders, researchers, community leaders, healthcare workers, scientists, full-time caregivers, rabbi