The Resolution, However, Says “while Foreclosure Rates Have Improved Since The Depths Of Economic Crisis, The Percentage Of Rhode Islanders Facing Foreclosure Today Is Still Four Times Higher Than Pre-crisis Rates.” “unfortunately,” Town Administrator Andy Nota Said, “the Economic Times Have Not Improved To The Point That This Particular Act Is Not Needed Anymore.

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Department of Housing and Urban Development, serves as an “unbiased, impartial and independent coordinator” between the two sides. That law, however, is scheduled to sunset in July. If no action is taken by the state legislation, the foreclosure act will be stricken from Rhode Island’s general laws. Because of this deadline, the state attorney general’s office is encouraging cities and towns across the Ocean State to pass resolutions in support of removing the sunset clause. During their March 19 meeting, the town councilors in Jamestown did