Salvatore asks auditor to review Providence trash barrel fines

PROVIDENCE CITY COUNCILMAN David A. Salvatore has asked the internal auditor to look into whether residents were overcharged for leaving their trash barrels out too long. / COURTESY DAVID A. SALVATORE
PROVIDENCE – A Providence City Councilman has asked the internal auditor to review a city practice of applying fines to residents who leave their trash barrels out too long. The city code for homeowners who leave the bins out past midnight on the day of collection provides for a fine at $25 for first offense…

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