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  • Town of Lincoln, Lincoln page
    Contact Info
    Joanne McManus, Director of Personnel
    Phone: (401) 333-8434
    Lincoln Website

  • Pawtucket City Hall
    Employment Opportunities
    137 Roosevelt Ave
    Lower Level
    Pawtucket, RI 02860
    City Hall Main Number: (401) 728-0500
    Pawtucket Website

  • Town of Richmond
    Job Opportunities
    5 Richmond Townhouse Rd
    Wyoming, RI 02898
    Phone:(401) 539-9000

  • Town of Smithfield Employment
    Human Resources
    Smithfield Town Hall
    64 Farnum Pike
    Smithfield, RI 02917
    Phone: 401-233-1010

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