Organizations that owe the city money will no longer be eligible for city services unless they enter into a payment plan.
City and union officials still haven’t reached an agreement over how much to pay firefighters for increasing their workload.
Projects worth more than $10 million would get a 15-year deal from the city, with larger projects eligible for a 20-year tax-stabilization a…
In receiving the money he contributed to the pension system, the former mayor agreed to never seek a pension from the city of Providence.
Mayor Jorge Elorza says the city has a three-year plan to begin making its annual contribution to the pension system by June 30 each year.
The mayor has set a deadline for June 30, but all sides say they are making progress on negotiations.
Outgoing superintendent says city officials need to fix a “very complex, time-consuming and redundant system.”
The bill would grant developers on the vacant former highway land tax breaks without city approval.
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Providence is being asked to transfer control over special tax deals to an unelected state board.
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The taxpayer-funded loans would be cleared from the Providence Economic Development Partnership’s loan portfolio.
The firefighters say they want to reach an agreement over pay structure before the mayor moves the department to three platoons.
The bill that appeared to be on the fast track earlier this week fizzled without ever coming to a vote.
Any bribery charges against the owners of Shark Bar & Grille would come from the state because the federal statute of limitations has expire…
The $696.1-million budget includes no tax increase, but does increase licensing fees and building permits by 10%