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LITTLE COMPTON — The budgeting process in town for next fiscal year is underway, and Budget Committee Chairman George Crowell is focusing early attention on about 126 - 131 people in town who haven't paid their property taxes. The town needs the revenues that the unpaid taxes represent — an estimated $626,476 (including penalties), if collected. more
EAST PROVIDENCE — Rumford Center, the site of the successful renovation of the former Rumford Baking Soda Company grounds, will soon be expanded with the addition of a multi-unit residential … more
TIVERTON — Tiverton’s town-supported weekly curbside trash pickup system could soon be replaced by a fee-based system and higher costs for residents’ trash disposal. It’s one answer … more
LITTLE COMPTON — Town electors at their annual Financial Town Meeting (FTM) last Tuesday voted for a compromise on the issue of taxing property transfers, nixed a school budget cut, then lowered their tax rate for next fiscal year while raising the amount of the tax levy. They did it all in just about an hour. more
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