Survey: South Providence residents want identity that celebrates diversity, cultural heritage

SOUTH PROVIDENCE RESIDENTS attended a meeting at the Southside Cultural Center on Broad Street on March 11 to air their concerns for the future of Broad Street and the former St. Joseph's Hospital. Micah Salkind, foreground left, special programs manager for the city of Providence Department of Art, Culture & Tourism, writes down the common goals and sticking points on a large white pad. PBN FILE PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
SOUTH PROVIDENCE RESIDENTS attended a meeting at the Southside Cultural Center on Broad Street on March 11 to air their concerns for the future of Broad Street and the former St. Joseph's Hospital. Micah Salkind, foreground left, special programs manager for the city of Providence Department of Art, Culture & Tourism, writes down the common goals and sticking points on a large white pad. PBN FILE PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
PROVIDENCE – People who attended a March 11 workshop on the future of Broad Street received a follow-up email this week from the city’s Planning Department, including results of an online survey and a summary report of concerns expressed at the meeting. The event drew about 200 people from the Providence communities of South Providence,…

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