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NARRAGANSETT â€“ The Kayak Centre of Rhode Island is suing the town of Narragansett, the townâ€™s finance director, the town council, and Narrow River Kayaks.
In a case filed Tuesday in Washington County Superior Court, the Kayak Centre is claiming that the business was unlawfully deprived a contract to operate a paddle sports concession at the town-owned Middlebridge property.
Robert Corrente, attorney for the Kayak Centre, filed a complaint seeking declaratory judgment on behalf of the Kayak Centre.
In the filing Corrente alleges on behalf of the Kayak Centre that the town, the townâ€™s finance director, and the town council, violated state law and town charter when the council voted 3-1 in October to reject the Kayak Centreâ€™s bid to run a paddle sports business out of the property located at 94 Middlebridge Road.
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