Meeting Street opposes Allens Ave. waste transfer facility

JOHN KELLY, president of Meeting Street, shown here in 2018 at the campus in Providence, has urged the city and state to reject a proposed waste transfer facility. / PBN FILE PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
PROVIDENCE – Meeting Street, one of the oldest and largest private schools in the city, has sent letters to the City Plan Commission challenging a proposed waste transfer facility near its South Providence campus. The school since 2005 has invested more than $30 million in the neighborhood, a letter states, remediating a former brownfields site…

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