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Providence Foundation voices concerns, asks for more time on city TSA...

PROVIDENCE – As the City Council prepares to take its second, and final, vote on more stringent requirements for developers whose projects receive city...

Providence City Council gives first approval to revised TSA proposal

PROVIDENCE – Compromise legislation imposing wage standards for larger development projects that receive city tax breaks while exempting smaller-dollar projects received the initial green light...

Providence City Council reviewing ordinance requiring notice of building demolitions

PROVIDENCE – A new ordinance being reviewed would require a city building official to provide written notice to the district City Council representative when...

Providence City Council elects Igliozzi as new president

PROVIDENCE – The longest-serving member of the Providence City Council will take the reins as its leader after a special election Tuesday night. Councilman John...

Providence poised to adopt amended FY21 budget after 9-month delay

PROVIDENCE – Three-quarters of the way into the fiscal 2021 year, Providence is finally poised to pass a full spending plan. The $511 million budget...

Providence Committee on Finance approves pay raises, increased pension contributions for...

PROVIDENCE – City police union officers would see their paychecks increase but also contribute more to the city’s pension funded under the contract between...
THE HOTEL HIVE PROVIDENCE project on Westminster Street is one of the projects that has received a tax break from the city. The development is on hold due to the pandemic, with the developer considering asking for an extension on deadlines in agreements with the city. / COURTESY ABDO DEVELOPMENT

Do proposed changes to city’s policy on tax breaks threaten development?

Tax breaks are one way the city of Providence has persuaded developers to build or rehabilitate properties, but a proposal to overhaul the terms...

Hotel Hive project on hold; developer may seek deadline extension

PROVIDENCE – A controversial tax deal inked between the city and a hotel developer may need to be revised due to the pandemic. Jim Abdo,...

Five Questions With: John J. Igliozzi

John J. Igliozzi is the Ward 7 councilman and majority whip for the Providence City Council, and also serves as chairman of the council...

Council members ask Providence mayor to reopen public parks

PROVIDENCE – When is a park a respite for mental health and when is it a potential problem in attracting crowds in a pandemic?...

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