In Pawtucket, a feeling of déjà vu with Tidewater Landing?

Updated at 4:26 p.m.

THE ESTIMATED COST of the Tidewater Landing project has increased from $284 million to $344 million, and Pawtucket Mayor Donald R. Grebien and the developer are looking for the state to rework a tax increment financing deal to help make up the gap. / COURTESY FORTUITOUS PARTNERS
THE ESTIMATED COST of the Tidewater Landing project has increased from $284 million to $344 million, and Pawtucket Mayor Donald R. Grebien and the developer, Fortuitous Partners, are looking for the state to rework a tax increment financing deal to help make up the gap. / COURTESY FORTUITOUS PARTNERS

Pawtucket Mayor Donald R. Grebien says the merits of the financially troubled Tidewater Landing project should be enough to persuade the R.I. Commerce Corp. to approve $30 million in tax increment financing, but he also feels state leaders owe it to the city to keep the development alive. It was four years ago when Rhode

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