City zoning board to decide if asphalt paving company can continue illegal waterfront operations

PROVIDENCE – You don’t need waterfront access to make asphalt. Yet for the last three years, a Providence paving contractor has rented a section of prime waterfront real estate along Allens Avenue in South Providence to store and process concrete, stone and asphalt, defying city zoning laws which say the area must be used for…

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  1. Of course the variance needs to be rejected…AND the Narrangansett improvement Co. needs to pay a hefty fine for their violation of city ordinances at the expense of the health of the communnity!!
    Shameful that a variance is even being considered!