Real Estate
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EAST PROVIDENCE — A South County developer is seeking to build condominiums on the long vacated site of the former B&B Tavern located on Massasoit Avenue. According to documents submitted for … more
TIVERTON — The public will get a chance on Saturday, April 15 at 1 p.m.. to walk the site of the proposed Tiverton casino, guided by Twin River casino officials, and in the company of the Tiverton Planning Board, which is conducting an official site visit of the property. more
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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