“I was very surprised,” said the Providence mayor.
But Raimondo, Congressman Cicilline, Treasurer Magaziner and state Rep. Regunberg will vote Tuesday.
A last-minute change means the Community Safety Act will be revisited in June.
The professor claims the Providence officer verbally assaulted him.
The firm was supposed to produce a final report by April 24.
The agency claims Councilwoman Ryan was conducting political business during work hours.
In a letter to City Council, the union laid out nine reasons its opposes the Community Safety Act.
Elorza is holding the line on all taxes, but increasing city spending by 2.2%.
A spokesperson for the city said a personnel issue is being reviewed.
The mayor says Providence follows the law because it shares fingerprints of people arrested with the feds.
This will be the second time Mayor Jorge Elorza will discuss sanctuary cites with the Trump administration.
Aponte is arguing that he has “absolute legislative immunity” from prosecution by the R.I. Ethics Commission.
Chief Clements also said he wasn’t part of the final negotiations on the ordinance.
Mayor Elorza has already said he intends to sign the Community Safety Act into law.
About 15% of the company’s workforce will move out of downtown Providence.
The City Council is poised to vote on the Community Safety Act Thursday.
The city can seize the vehicles and fine operators $500.
The ordinance is supported by a group of downtown businessmen led by former Mayor Joseph Paolino
Some changes were made to the Community Safety Act. Now it heads to the full council.
The school department also won’t allow Jo-Anne Micheletti to attend a conference in Las Vegas.
Jo-Anne Micheletti remains a $75,000 administrator in the school department.
The PARCC exam was widely despised by teachers, in part because the amount of classroom time it took to administer the exam.
Aponte said he’s not convinced the city has done its due diligence on the water supply.
Councilman Michael Correia believes WaterFire is taking “advantage of the taxpayers of the city.”
Aponte says the public can still have confidence in the council.