Some downtown businesses take precautions ahead of election results

DSW DESIGNER SHOE WAREHOUSE in the Providence Place mall was the only store to at the mall to have boarded up windows Tuesday, along with a handful of downtown businesses. / PBN PHOTO / ALEXA GAGOSZ
PROVIDENCE – Months after a night of violent protests damaged some downtown businesses, a few companies were again taking precautions in anticipation of potential fallout from the Nov. 3 election. Citizens Bank and Santander Bank both boarded up downtown branches as part of company decisions to shore up storefronts in major cities across the country…

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