Cities, towns irked by lack of aid, withholding of revenue

As government coffers shrink, financial tensions between Rhode Island municipal and state leaders are growing. The Rhode Island League of Cities and Towns recently criticized the Raimondo administration for withholding federal stimulus money and short-changing municipalities on shared revenue, exacerbating the financial woes cities and towns are facing amid the COVID-19 pandemic. “Between the cost…

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