Mayor Jorge O. Elorza today joined City Council Majority Leader Jo-Ann Ryan, Providence Parks Superintendent Wendy Nilsson, Director of the Providence Department of Art, Culture + Tourism Stephanie Fortunato, Director of the Mayor’s Center for City Services and RI Pride Board Member Joe Lazzerini, BankNewport Executive Vice President and Director of Employee and Community Engagement Wendy Kagan, Providence Rink Manager Brant Gawrys and community members to announce the renaming of the BankNewport City Center, formerly the Alex & Ani City Center, and the opening of the Providence Rink for the 2019-2020 winter season.
Mayor Jorge O. Elorza announced today that the City of Providence is expecting to report a year-end operating surplus for Fiscal Year 2019 of $8.5 million. This is the fourth consecutive year the capital city is realizing an operating surplus, growing its Rainy Day Fund to $20 million.
Mayor Jorge Elorza today joined City Council President Pro Tempore Michael Correia, Director of Art, Culture + Tourism Stephanie Fortunato, PLANT CITY owner Kim Anderson, Providence Flea Market Manager, and owner Maria Tocco, local business owners and community members to launch the City’s fifth annual #ThinkPVD campaign.
On November 30, 2019, an ordinance regulating the short-term rental of housing or dwelling units located in residentially zoned areas will go into effect. As defined by the ordinance, a short-term residential rental is a unit/room in a single-family home, apartment or condominium that is available for a fee for less than 28 consecutive days.
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