JAMESTOWN, RHODE ISLAND
                                 September 2, 1999
    A special meeting of the Jamestown Town Council was called to order at
the Jamestown Philomenian Library, 26 North Road, at 8:00 PM by Council
President David J. Long. The following members were present:
                 Kenneth J. Littman, Vice President
                             Craig A. Amerigian
                             Bruce W. McIntyre
                             David Swain
    Also present were:
                           Arlene D. Kalooski, Town Clerk
            Maryanne Crawford, CPA, Town Administrator/Finance Director
                 John Howard, Quonset Davisville Liaison Committee
    1)  Application of Charles T. Masso c/o Chopmist Charlies for a Class
F-1 (1-9 hour; full)alcoholic beverage license (09/06/99; Rembijas

    The Clerk informed the Council that the date of the function should be
September 4, 1999.
     It was additionally reported that the caterer has the proper
insurance coverage in place.
     It was moved by Councilor Long, seconded by Councilor Swain to grant
the one day liquor license for September 4, 1999. So unanimously voted.
    1)  Council communications referred to the Quonset Davisville Liaison
Committee re: draft letters
         a)   Rhode Island Economic Development Corporation (referred by
         b)   Save Our State (referred by Council 08/10/1999)
    John Howard gave an overview of the draft letters requested by the
     Discussion ensued, with the Council expressing their continued
concern on the effects that a large container port would have on both the
Narragansett Bay and the quality of life in Jamestown.
     It was moved by Councilor Amerigian, Seconded by Councilor Long to
approve the letter as presented and request that they    be sent to the
appropriate individuals.
     So unanimously vote.
     Councilor Long suggested that he would like to see a copy of the
letter to John Swen of the Rhode Island Economic Development Corporation
forwarded to the Jamestown Press.
    There being no further business before the Council, it was moved by
Councilor Long, seconded by Councilor McIntyre to adjourn the meeting at
8:10 PM. So unanimously voted.
Arlene D. Kalooski
    Town Clerk