Mayor Jorge O. Elorza and the Providence Teachers Union (PTU) President Maribeth Calabro today announced that the City of Providence has reached a tentative agreement for a contract with the PTU, which represents over 1,900 members in the Providence Public Schools District.
The City of Providence today announced that it has established a Real Estate Non-Utilization Tax on vacant and abandoned property citywide. The enabling ordinance was voted on and approved by the Providence City Council on October 4 after it was vetted and recommended for passage by the Committee on Finance. Mayor Elorza signed it into law on Tuesday, October 9, 2018.
Mayor Jorge O. Elorza today joined City Council President David Salvatore, Ward 11 Councilor Mary Kay Harris and representatives from Trinity Square Together at Island House to unveil neighborhood improvements along Broad Street.
Mayor Jorge O. Elorza today joined Rhode Island Department of Labor and Training Director Scott Jensen, DESIGNxRI Executive Director Lisa Carnevale and past grantee recipient, co-founder and COO of Work-Shop Design Studio Nic Shumann at The Design Office to announce the re-launch of the Providence Design Catalyst program.
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