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Taxpayers Pay $600K in RIDOT Rent Annually to Owners of Business Polluting Providence Neighborhoods

A Providence scrapyard that has long been a dirty thorn in the side of local residents and government officials could be selling one of its Allens Avenue properties to the state of Rhode Island for up to $8 million.

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CRMC Member Ineligible to Serve on Coastal Agency, Save The Bay Says

It's a thorny problem for the Coastal Resources Management Council, which has considered or approved a number of high-profile requests in the last six months and is expected to approve the Revolution Wind proposal this week.

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Proposed Legislation Would Create Environmental Justice Zones in R.I.

The legislation would empower state agencies to consider public health decisions during the permitting process.

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