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The hotel and restaurant would be built on 34,000 square feet of space inside the former Exchange Bank downtown.
The payments were required to be made by Jan. 31.
The court found Providence was allowed to discontinue John Sauro’s $3,900-a-month tax-free accidental disability pension in 2015.
But the committee had just $122 in its coffers as of Dec. 31, 2017.
The governor’s campaign released a copy of the agreement after two weeks of criticism.
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It’s unclear if the Providence Democratic City Committee will take a new vote now that its chairman has resigned.
The two professional sports leagues have hired former Senate Finance Committee Chairman Stephen Alves.
The building at 370 Westminster Street has an assessed value of $3.5 million.
The goal is included in the school district’s five-year strategic plan.
Melissa Malone is one of three finalists for the job.
Batista’s nomination must still be confirmed by the Providence City Council.
The ordinance prohibits landlords from renting out single-family homes to more than three college students at a time.
The R.I. Republican Party claims the governor entered into a financial transaction with a state employee.
Allard ran for state Senate in Newport last year.
Patrick Ward stepped down after a group of politicians called for him to resign.
Patrick Ward has led the Providence Democrats since last year.
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It’s unclear if that means a longer school day or school year.
Mark Huang has held the top job since 2015.
Several high-ranking Providence Democrats were not present for the vote on the arrangement.
“The truth is that our schools, in so many ways, are low-performing and we can’t tolerate the status quo.”
The union president claims “teacher morale is the lowest it’s been in years.”
The arrangement could allow the Providence Democrats to hire staff in the coming months.
Mayor Elorza said there is no place in the city for “disgusting bigotry.”