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Ward 3 City Councilman Tommy Rose (rear) was the deciding vote in continuing the appellate process against TLA-Pond View and Kenlin Properties.

East Providence City Council votes to continue appeal process in Pond View case

East Providence City Council votes to continue appeal process in Pond View case

EAST PROVIDENCE — A week after tabling a decision on the matter, leaving its response in limbo, the East Providence City Council, at its meeting Tuesday night, Aug. 20, did in fact decide to pursue an appeal of a recent Superior Court decision which went in favor of the former TLA-Pond View recycling plant owners

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Editorial: East Providence needs to appeal most recent TLA-Pond View/Kenlin Properties court ruling

There’s arguably no more important aspect to the future fiscal fortune and security of the city then what is and will be planned on the East Providence waterfront. The Commission charged with overseeing the area to date has done an admirable job, adding both important tax dollars to the city coffers while also raising the


East Providence Councilman At-Large Capobiano seems to lean against Pond View appeal

EAST PROVIDENCE — Less than 24 hours after the lingering TLA-Pond View/Kenlin Properties saga took another turn, East Providence Councilman At-Large Tracy Capobianco seemed set on her opposition to the city appealing a recent Superior Court ruling in favor of the owners of the controversial recycling plant located on Dexter Road in Rumford. Mrs. Capobianco


East Providence City Council tables next move in TLA-Pond View/Kenlin Properties flap

EAST PROVIDENCE — There was little special about the special session called by the East Providence City Council Tuesday night, Aug. 13, as nothing was decided in regard to the recent ruling by a Superior Court judge in favor on an appeal by the former operators of the TLA-Pond View recycling plant and the owner

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Superior Court judge rules in favor of Pond View appeal in East Providence zoning case

PROVIDENCE — Superior Court Judge Sarah Taft-Carter ruled in favor of TLA-Pond View and Kenlin Properties in their appeal of a 2011 East Providence Zoning Board decision which deemed the operation to be in violation of city guidelines. In the 22-page decision released Monday, Aug. 5, Judge Taft-Carter wrote, “This Court concludes that Appellants’ substantial