For relief, city must reform itself

As Providence looks to the General Assembly for more financial support, it's important to set a few ground rules. Yes, the Capital City has an inordinate amount of its land owned by nontaxable nonprofits, while many of the most valuable properties are subject to long-term tax-shielding agreements. It would seem that Providence Mayor Jorge O.…

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