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Last week Central Falls leaders declared the city insolvent, thanks to a deficit for the fiscal 2010 year of $3 million. Is declaring bankruptcy the right thing to do, given the long-term effects it will have on the city’s financial position? more
Last week the Providence City Plan Commission endorsed changes in zoning for the area along the Providence River bordered by Allens Avenue. Is the planners’ vision for the area the one that should prevail? more
What do you think should be the top priority for the state’s new chief executive upon assuming office in January 2011? more
Last week Interior Secretary Ken Salazar approved Cape Wind, the long-stalled offshore wind farm in Nantucket Sound. What is your feeling about the decision? more
With the passage last week of its fiscal year 2010 supplemental budget, did the General Assembly take on the “structural deficit” issues that have bedeviled state government for years, or did … more
In the short run, government is the go-to resource after natural disasters. How well are federal, state and local agencies doing in helping businesses and residents recover from the 2010 floods? more
With more than 15 inches on rain in March, Providence and the rest of Rhode Island are going to be recovering from the floods for years to come. What will you do when you start to rebuild your business and/or life? more
Has Providence Police Chief Dean M. Esserman’s effectiveness been compromised too much over recent arrests and controversies for him to be allowed to stay on the job? more
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