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The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has sent a letter stating that it has “serious concerns” about at least one of the proposed routes that the South Coast Rail project might take. How important should those concerns be in light of the potential benefits of new commuter rail service? more
In creating a task force to facilitate sharing services among Central Falls, East Providence and Pawtucket, has Gov. Lincoln D. Chafee thought big enough to make a dent in the municipal fiscal crisis across the state? more
One of the key economic development pieces of legislation in the recently-concluded General Assembly session was a limited restoration of the historic preservation tax credit. The new incarnation … more
The CEO of Prime Healthcare Services, the hospital operator that is in the process of buying Landmark Medical Center in Woonsocket. Should for-profit Prime be allowed to purchase the financially-challenged Landmark? more
Last week, state General Treasurer Gina M. Raimondo announced that the state pension fund returned 11.1 percent in the fiscal 2013 reporting year, a near-10 percent improvement on the 1.4 percent … more
With news that single-family home sales and prices locally both have increased in the most recent periods, some believe that the housing market is finally on its way back up. Do you agree with that opinion? more
Last week, Providence-based Deepwater Wind won a federal auction for the rights to build offshore wind energy facilities off the Rhode Island and Massachusetts coast. Will it be a good thing for the Ocean State? more
At a recent R.I. Economic Development Corporation meeting, Executive Director Keith W. Stokes presented the board with information about a dozen companies that are looking for loan guarantees. There was some skepticism from board members about the companies looking for state help. Where do you stand on the issue? more
Last week The Rhode Island Foundation created a two-day event, “Make It Happen RI,” to bring the private sector together to brainstorm specific plans, along with paths to implementation, to jump start the state’s economy. more
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