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  • May 29, 2007
    By Ian Donnis

    Tax subsidies for development projects in Providence have been a contentious subject in recent years. Edward Mazze, a professor of business administration at URI, took on the "let's-make-a-deal state" with a smart op-ed in Saturday's ProJo.

    In particular, Mazze calls for a hard look at the reality and rhetoric of fostering business in the state:

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  • February 06, 2007
    By Ian Donnis

    The old Providence ethos of demolishing stuff ahead of aesthetic concerns or regulatory hurdles is alive and well. The West Broadway Neighborhood Association has the details:

    Last Monday, 2/29, the West Broadway Neighborhood Association (WBNA) responded to complaints from neighbors of the Grove Street School that workers onsite claimed that the building was going to be demolished.

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