From Ani Haroian, Director of Community Relations, Office of Mayor Angel Taveras

PROVIDENCE, RI – Starting today residents of Providence can view the list of planned street improvements in the capital city.  Voters will decide on November 6, 2012 whether or not to approve the $40 million roads bond to fund these improvements. The list of planned street improvements and accompanying maps can be viewed at

In addition, the Office of Mayor Angel Taveras will hold informational meetings throughout the city in the coming weeks to explain the scientific, merit-based process that was used to identify roads for repair and to explain how the bond will work if voters approve the measure.

Starting next week, officials from the city’s Finance Department and the Department of Public Works will conduct a series of information sessions to explain and answer questions about the process used to identify road repairs and how the bond will work if voters approve the measure.

Residents are invited to attend the forum most convenient for their schedule:

Thursday, September 27 at 7pm: Esek Hopkins Middle School — 480 Charles Street in the North End

Tuesday, October 2 at 7pm: Nathan Bishop Middle School — 101 Session Street on Smith Hill

Wednesday, October 10 at 7pm: Robert F. Kennedy Elementary School — 195 Nelson Street in Elmhurst

Tuesday, October 16 at 7pm: William D’Abate Elementary School — 60 Kossuth Street in Olneyville

Tuesday, October 23 at 7pm: William B. Cooley High School — 182 Thurbers Avenue in South Providence


Michael · September 24, 2012 at 4:49 am

You must be thinking of another school.

A · September 21, 2012 at 7:29 pm

Looks like a correction is in order: Nathan Bishop is not on Smith Hill, but the East Side.

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