Jack Martin

Jack Martin first arrived at the Providence Public Library in 2014 and took a mental note of how the place looked. The word that came to mind was “­miserable.” The downtown library was outdated with small spaces, narrow hallways, drab drop ceilings and fluorescent lights. He set to work changing that. More than six years…

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