By David Riley on February 11, 2017
National Grid proposes to replace 100-year old towers with new ones that would leave overhead power lines dominating the waterfront, so the Board’s decision on this issue will shape our waterfront for the next century.
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By Steve Ahlquist on January 3, 2017
“[Providence Water] can easily provide [Invenergy] with water to meet their demand,” says Ricky Caruolo, general manager of Providence Water, “but it’s going to be a huge lift on their end designing a pipeline and getting the public to accept this project.”
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