Five Questions With: David Salvatore

PROVIDENCE CITY COUNCILMAN David Salvatore has introduced an ordinance that would require more security at housing developments for elderly and disabled residents. / COURTESY DAVID SALVATORE
Providence City Councilman David Salvatore has introduced an ordinance that would require more security at housing developments for elderly and disabled residents. The proposal, introduced Thursday, will require any building in the city designed for elderly or disabled tenants, with at least 10 units, to have either a round-the-clock security guard or an approved security…

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