NEWS AND EVENTS
Learn more about our new State Rep. Megan Cotter in this interview. It's so encouraging to finally have a representative who is eloquent, enthusiastic, invested in the community, and dedicated to working on the issues that are of concern to constituents.
Rhode Island House of Representatives Rep. Megan Cotter has deep roots in Rhode Island and is consistently cheered on by her family, friends and neighbors.
As a Representative, she's looking to make changes this Session that will benefit RIers starting with legislation that protects jobs in grocery stores. In her other profession, she sells squid...the State's official appetizer. Cotter explains her story in this RI Capitol TV Capitol Spotlight interview.
RDTC has been proud to work alongside with the Friends of the Saugatucket and concerned community members as we care for our town by collecting 50-ml plastic alcohol bottles, or 'nips'. Thank you to Bill McCusker for being a leader in the effort to pass a bottle bill in RI, #H5502.
Join the RDTC as for a cleanup in partnership with the Friends of the Saugatucket. From now until March 27th, we'll be collecting 50ml liquor bottles, with three scheduled dates for group cleanups. We will also be collecting on our own personal time.
March 18 > https://fb.me/e/2BpNzq4KH
"One of my goals as a new councilor is to ensure residents are informed. While canvassing, I often heard that residents felt like they had to be on social media to receive information.
To help communication, I have started (and hope to continue) to provide councilor updates periodically. My intention is that residents can be informed of decisions I have made, my reasoning for decisions and upcoming topics. It will reflect my opinion and not the thoughts or opinions of other groups/individuals. These posts can be found HERE and you can sign up to receive an email after posting.
I look forward to serving you on Town Council and please do not hesitate to reach out to me directly if you have any questions."
Join Us Today!
We meet on the fourth Wednesday of each month at the Richmond Community/Senior Center (2nd floor of the Richmond Police Station) at
6:30 pm. New members welcome!
Next Meeting: June 28, 2023
Sign up to join the RDTC email list and stay updated on our meeting schedule and planned events.
Many boards and commissions in Richmond have vacancies, especially the Planning and Zoning Boards.
If you have the time consider volunteering today.
Join us for an evening of writing holiday cards to our senior neighbors in Richmond. We'll provide cards, cookies, and cocoa for a festive gathering. Wednesday December 7, 2022, 6pm at the Richmond Community/Senior Center, 1168 Main St., Second Floor, Wyoming, RI.
Join us for our next DONUTS WITH DEMS on Saturday, October 29 at the Langworthy Library, 10-11:30 am. Our guest speaker will be Bill McCusker, environmental advocate. As president of Friends of Saugatuck River, Bill has worked to assemble local environmental organizations in Rhode Island to combat the litter along our vital waterways.
DONUTS WITH DEMS is a family-friendly series of weekend morning events to gather community members with donuts, coffee, and featured speakers. Our goal is to introduce Richmond and Chariho residents to people in our community who are making positive contributions through their work, civic service, or other volunteer efforts. Suggested donation $10 but not required.
Join us for the next DONUTS WITH DEMS, Saturday, September 10, 2022, 9-10:30 AM at the Beaver River Playground, Richmond. Our featured speaker is Ehren Schimmel, U.S. Diplomat, whose mission in the Foreign Service is to promote peace, support prosperity, and protect American citizens while advancing the interests of the U.S. abroad.
DONUTS WITH DEMS is a family-friendly series of weekend morning events to gather community members with donuts, coffee, and featured speakers. Our goal is to introduce Richmond and Chariho residents to people in our community who are making positive contributions through their work, civic service, or other volunteer efforts.
Thank you to all who came out and donated to RICAN during RDTC’s school snacks drive. A total of 250 pounds of food was raised for kids coming home hungry and looking for healthy snacks!
Join Megan Cotter - District 39 in supporting RICAN during their personal care Donations for Dignity drive.The Rhode Island Center Assisting Those in Need (RICAN) is the largest food pantry in Southern Rhode Island, and offers food, personal care items and a thrift shop to anyone in need.Please join Megan and share this flyer for the 3rd 'Donations for Dignity' Drive, on Sunday September 4th, 9-11am.
Let's help our Neighbors! Join our School Snacks Drive at RICAN on Saturday, August 13, 2022, 9 - 10:30 am. Individually wrapped snacks needed include items like pretzels, sun chips, popcorn, juice boxes, applesauce cups, cereal, peanut butter crackers and granola bars. Stock the shelves for students!
We’re grateful to all who turned out for a wonderful evening at the RDTC fundraiser at the Tilted Barn Brewery to meet and greet candidates. Candidates able to attend included:
Richmond Town Council - Lauren Cacciola, Dan Madnick, Jim Palmisciano, Mark Reynolds, Samantha Wilcox
Chariho School Committee - Jess Purcell
RI Senate District 34 - Jen Douglas
RI State Treasurer - Stefan Pryor
RI Attorney General - Peter Neronha
RI Secretary of State - Gregg Amore
Congressional District 2 - Joy Fox, Seth Magaziner, Sarah Morganthau, David Segal
String band Kip’s Pickers added the perfect background ambience with their music! Check out all the great pictures on our picture gallery
Thanks to all who came out to sign candidate forms to put Democrats on the ballot!