Following 13 virtual community conversations on key priority areas such as education, workforce, and children and family issues, Governor Dan McKee and Lt. Governor Sabina Matos have rolled out a working paper containing preliminary recommendations which, once further shaped by public input, will serve as a framework and guiding document for the state over the next decade.
Read the RI 2030: Working Draft andPreliminary Recommendations HERE
Beginning on October 26, the McKee-Matos Administration, will be holding in-person public input sessions to solicit feedback on the preliminary document. Upcoming public input sessions are:
- Tuesday, October 26, Harry Kizirian Elementary School (60 Camden Ave, Providence)
- Thursday, October 28, Hope & Main (691 Main Street, Warren)
- Tuesday, November 2 at the Community College of Rhode Island (400 East Ave, Warwick)
- Thursday, November 4 at Innovate Newport (513 Broadway, Newport)
- Tuesday, November 9 at United Theatre (5 Canal Street, Westerly)
Led by Governor Dan McKee and his administration, Community Conversations are designed to help develop a vision and strategy for a more resilient, prosperous, and equitable Rhode Island.Replays of past conversations can be found below. Additional conversations will be announced at a later date.