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R.I. Infrastructure Bank advertises $15M in bonds for municipal infrastructure projects

PROVIDENCE – The Rhode Island Infrastructure Bank will offer approximately $15 million in municipal road and bridge revenue bonds for sale, according to a...

Warwick partners with R.I. Infrastructure Bank on street, lighting improvements

WARWICK – Mayor Joseph J. Solomon said his administration will move quickly to have funding in place for the spring construction season following City...

R.I. Infrastructure Bank bumps up financing for Wickford Village Wastewater Collection...

PROVIDENCE – The Rhode Island Infrastructure Bank will loan an additional $315,000 to the Wickford Village Commercial Area Wastewater Collection System Project, according to...

Rhode Island Infrastructure Bank C-PACE Program finances $5.1M in 2019

PROVIDENCE – Rhode Island Infrastructure Bank called 2019 a “banner year” for its Commercial Property Assessed Clean Energy Program, which provided $5.1 million in...
TWO BOND refinances executed by the Rhode Island Infrastructure Bank is expected to save municipalities and utilities a combined $7.8 million

RIIB refinance efforts save municipalities and utilities $7.8M

PROVIDENCE – The Rhode Island Infrastructure Bank has refinanced the Clean Water State Revolving Fund and the Drinking Water State Revolving Fund bonds, saving...

First PACE loan given to new construction in Rhode Island

PROVIDENCE – The first ever Property Assessed Clean Energy loan has been made for a new construction project in Rhode Island, according to Twain...

Bond funds proposed to protect wastewater treatment plants, preserve coastal areas

PROVIDENCE – Proposals to evenly divide $10 million approved by voters as part of the 2018 Green Economy and Clean Water Bond to protect...
PROACTIVE APPROACH: ­Warwick Mayor Joseph J. Solomon stands on New England Way at the intersection of Gilbane Street. Both roads are on the schedule to be repaved. Solomon said roadwork has been a priority since he took office in spring 2018. He says last year was the first time in 20 years the city has implemented a proactive program.

Fighting back vs. bad roads

Evidence of Rhode Island’s rough roads turns up regularly at Harold Crook’s Garage in Cranston. Bent wheel rims, flat tires and alignment problems can...
KEYNOTE SPEAKER: Kasim Yarn, the state director of veteran affairs, will be the keynote speaker at the Rhode Island Coalition for the Homeless’ annual Awards Breakfast on Sept. 23 at the Crowne Plaza Providence-Warwick in Warwick.

Editor’s Choice: R.I. Coalition for the Homeless to hold Awards Breakfast...

EDITOR’S CHOICE R.I. Coalition for the Homeless to hold Awards Breakfast THE RHODE ISLAND COALITION for the Homeless will hold its annual Awards Breakfast....
LENDING A HAND: Staff members at Rhode Island Infrastructure Bank gather to discuss agency business. From left is Business Development Analyst Graeme Ownjazayeri, CEO and Executive Director Jeffrey Diehl, Chief Operating Officer David Birkins and Senior Business Development Analyst Sydney Usatine.

Greater good is this bank’s priority

2019 PBN Innovative Companies: Financial Services Rhode Island Infrastructure Bank IT TAKES a long-term vision to shake things up to improve results. Growth at Rhode Island...

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