Capital Center Commission to debate state parking lot projects

A PROJECT TO EXPAND a parking lot on the east side of the Statehouse and a new lot planned for Francis Street will be the target of debate at a Thursday meeting of the Capital Center Commission. As city zoning bars surface lots in the downtown and Capital Center areas, the commission contends that the state needs its permission to move ahead with the projects. / COURTESY WIKIPEDIA/CHENSIYUAN
A PROJECT TO EXPAND a parking lot on the east side of the Statehouse and a new lot planned for Francis Street will be the target of debate at a Thursday meeting of the Capital Center Commission. As city zoning bars surface lots in the downtown and Capital Center areas, the commission contends that the state needs its permission to move ahead with the projects. / COURTESY WIKIPEDIA/CHENSIYUAN
PROVIDENCE - The group that oversees development near the state capitol is weighing what to do about two Chafee administration parking lot projects near the Statehouse that its chairman said violate city zoning. The Capital Center Commission will discuss the projects - one already in progress on the east side of the Statehouse and the…

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