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City Council proposes temporary traffic changes to Summit Street in East Providence

City Council proposes temporary traffic changes to Summit Street in East Providence

EAST PROVIDENCE — Motorists used to traveling Summit Street as a means of accessing Interstate 195 at peak hours will need to adjust to an experimental traffic pattern starting either Monday, April 27, or Tuesday, April 28. Following a lengthy and at times confusing discussion spurred by Ward 2 representative Helder Cunha, whose district covers

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Committee approves changes to current, future East Providence school calendar

EAST PROVIDENCE — At its meeting Tuesday night, March 24, the East Providence School Committee approved a plan authored by Superintendent Kim Mercer and previously passed by the teachers’ union on a way to make up days lost this term to snow. By a 5-0 vote, the Committee gave its nod to Superintendent Mercer’s proposal

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East Providence Public Works reminds residents of recycling, holiday collection changes

EAST PROVIDENCE — Due to increased call volumes and inquiries related to recent changes made to both the recycling program and the holiday trash collection schedule, the City of East Providence’s Department Public Works is issuing the following series of updates and reminders to residents. Curbside Collection Policy The City is responsible for the collection

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Public Works sets changes to East Providence trash collection dates

EAST PROVIDENCE — The East Providence Department of Public Works has announced its schedule for holiday trash and tree collections. Due to the Christmas Holiday, rubbish collection for Wednesday, Dec. 25, will be delayed one day and collected on Thursday, Dec. 26, Thursday collection will be on Friday, Dec. 27, and Friday collection will be

Helder Cunha defeated Bruce Rogers for the Ward 2 City Council seat in the most surprising of the results from East Providence Tuesday.

East Providence City Council quickly clears meeting agenda, passes stabilization plan

EAST PROVIDENCE — In what a brisk final scheduled gathering for the calendar year 2013, the East Providence City Council approved several appointments and licenses while also passing what it deems a key piece of economic legislation at its meeting Tuesday night, Dec. 17, in the City Hall Chamber. The Council gave its second and

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Council passes significant changes to East Providence’s Tax Stabilization ordinance

EAST PROVIDENCE – In a move believed to bolster its tax rolls and to lure new businesses to East Providence, the City Council unanimously supported a resolution overhauling the Tax Stabilization ordinance for tangible property during its meeting Tuesday night, Dec. 3, at City Hall. Introduced by Ward 3 Councilman Tommy Rose, the Council voted 5-0

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East Providence Public Works notes trash collection changes for Veterans Day week

EAST PROVIDENCE — The East Providence Public Works Department, Recycling/Refuse Division announces that all household rubbish and yard waste collections this week will be delayed one day for the reminder of the week. Regularly Monday collections will be Tuesday, Nov. 12. Collections then will be as follows: Tuesday will be Wednesday, Wednesday will be Thursday,

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East Providence takes note as Governor signs Budget Commission changes into law

EAST PROVIDENCE — City Manager Peter Graczykowski and Department of Revenue employee Christy Healey each offered clarification to significant changes made to the Fiscal Stability Act, commonly referred to as the Budget Commission legislation, by the General Assembly at the end of the 2013 session and signed into law by Gov. Lincoln Chafee Monday, July

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