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APPENDIX A DEGREE AND CERTIFICATE PROGRAM INVENTORY

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									                 Appendix A

Public Meeting Documentation
Mr. John Q. Calista, Jr.   Ms. Monique T. Renaud           Mr. Carl I. Freedman
115 Benjamin Street        283 Bloomfield Street           17 Lowden Street
Pawtucket, RI 02861        Pawtucket, RI 02861             Pawtucket, RI 02860


Mr. Antero L. Martins       Mr. David M. Chmielewski       Ms. Linda Dewing
54 Ferncrest Drive          56 Arland Drive                10 Exchange Court, Unit 605
Pawtucket, RI 02861         Pawtucket, RI 02861            Pawtucket, RI 02860


                                                           Mr. Robert Billington
                           Mr. Antonio Gonclaves
                                                           Blackstone Valley Tourism Council
Mayor James E. Doyle       771 Main Street                 175 Main Street, 1st Floor
                           Pawtucket, RI 02860             Pawtucket, RI 02860



Mr. Dale Rogers            Mr. Jim Hoyt                    Mr. Richard Kazarian
35 Spring Street           104 Hyde Avenue                 9 Montgomery Street
Pawtucket, RI 02860        Pawtucket, RI 02860             Pawtucket, RI 02860



Mr. Matt Kierstead         Ms. Patricia McAlpine           Ms. Janice McHale
28 Bayley Street #502      123 Cottage Street              20 Maryland Avenue
Pawtucket, RI 02860        Pawtucket, RI 02860             Pawtucket, RI 02860


Ms. Ruth Weizenbaum        Mr. Morris Nathanson            Ms. Miriam Plitt
62 Ridge Street            163 Exchange Street             44 Cooke Street
Pawtucket, RI 02860        Pawtucket, RI 02860             Pawtucket, RI 02860


Ms. Maia Small             Mr Lewis Soares, Jr.            Mr. Frank Conley
10 Exchange Court #406     18 Chestnut Street              243 Woodhaven Road
Pawtucket, RI 02860        Pawtucket, RI 02860             Pawtucket, RI 02860

                           Mr. Ben Bergantino              Mr. Kevin Nelson
Ms. Kathie Wheaton         Senior Planner                  Supervising Planner
641 East Avenue            RI Statewide Planning Program   RI Statewide Planning Program
                           One Capitol Hill                One Capitol Hill
Pawtucket, RI 02860
                           Providence, RI 02908            Providence, RI 02908

                           Mr. Stephen Vadnais
Mr. Jan Reitsma                                            Ms. Nancy Whit
                           Pawtucket Housing Authority
BRNHCC                                                     PCDC
                           214 Roosevelt Avenue
One Depot Square                                           210 West Avenue
                           Pawtucket, RI 02860
Woonsocket, RI 02895                                       Pawtucket, RI 02860


Ms. Carol A. Jackson       Mr. Frederick R. Love           Mr. Dennis E. Stark
8 Blodgett Avenue          25 Belmont Street               19 Kenilworth Way
Pawtucket, RI 02860        Pawtucket, RI 02860             Pawtucket, RI 02860
Mr. Ashley C. Prester            Mr. Bradford E. Southworth   Mr. Jason C. Bacon, P.E.
46 Fuller Street                 46 Wilton Avenue             143 Parkside Avenue
Pawtucket, RI 02861              Pawtucket, RI 02861          Pawtucket, RI 02861


Mr. Charles D. Blackman
                                  Ms. Pamela Woodnick          Mr. William F. Harty, Jr.
Lederberg & Blackman, LLP
                                  10 Blodgett Avenue           176 Greenwood Avenue
49 Weybosset Street, 2nd Floor
                                  Pawtucket, RI 02860          East Providence, RI 02916
Providence, RI 02903


Mr. Roger A. Lemoie               Mr. Francis P. Crawley       Mr. Larry Monastesse
51 Julian Street                  46 Narragansett Avenue       42 Comstock Street
Pawtucket, RI 02860               Pawtucket, RI 02861          Pawtucket, RI 02860


                                                              Mr. Paul C. Mowrey
Mr. John S. Baxter, Jr.           R. Kevin Horan, Esq.
                                                              Preservation Society of Pawtucket
96 Brewster Street                393 Armistice Boulevard     P. O. Box 735
Pawtucket, RI 02860               Pawtucket, RI 02861         Pawtucket, RI 02862

Ms. Mara Cerezo                  Mr. Vincent Ceglie           Ms. Yvonne Seggerman
Woodlawn Community Center        BVCAP                        172 Exchange Street
210 West Avenue                  32 Goff Avenue                Pawtucket, RI 02860
Pawtucket, RI 02860              Pawtucket, RI 02860
Ms. Susan Whitney, CEO            Mr. Thomas A. Mann, Jr.
Slater Mill Historic Site                                     Mr. Donald Grebien
                                  Pawtucket Foundation
P. O. Box 696                                                 71 Vine Street
67 Roosevelt Avenue               P. O. Box 515
                                                              Pawtucket, RI 02861
Pawtucket, RI 02862-0696          Pawtucket, RI 02862


Aime Brissette                   Mr. Robert Benson            Ms. Sandra Benson
80 Dickens Street                35 Lloyd Phillips Court      35 Lloyd Phillips Court
Pawtucket, RI 02861              Pawtucket, RI 02861          Pawtucket, RI 02860


Kevin Crawley
                                 Ms. Peggy Perreault          Mr. Antonio Gonclaves
Pawtucket Police
                                 161 Evergreen Street         771 Main Street
121 Roosevelt Avenue
                                 Pawtucket, RI 02861          Pawtucket, RI 02860
Pawtucket, RI 02860
                                                              Adriana Dawson
Mr. Tom Magill                   Mr. Dwight Douglas           RI Small Business Development Ctr.
                                                              c/o Progreso Latino
441 Smithfield Avenue            223 Cottage Street           626 Broad Street
Pawtucket, RI 02860              Pawtucket, RI 02860          Pawtucket, RI 02860

Mr. Joseph Andrade               Bernie Watson
Cape Verdean American                                         Heather Grogan
                                 LJ”s BQ
Community Development                                         31 Perrin Avenue
120 High Street                  727 East Avenue
                                                              Pawtucket, RI 02861
Pawtucket, RI 02860              Pawtucket, RI 02860
 Mr. Henry S. Kinch, Jr.
 Council President                 Councilor Jean Philippe Barros     Councilor John J. Barry, III




Councilor James F. Chadwick, Jr.   Councilor David P. Moran           Councilor Thomas E. Hodge




 Councilor Albert J. Vitali, Jr.   Councilor Lorenzo C. Tetreault     Councilor Mark J. Wildenhain



Michael Chute                      David Strauss                      Scott Gibbs
Ocean State Sign                   Key Container Corp.                New England Economic Dev. Serv.
26 Delta Drive                     21 Campbell St.                    1300 Highland Corp Dr – Ste 202.
Pawtucket, RI 02860                Pawtucket, RI 02861                Cumberland, RI 02864

                                   Raymond Lavoie
Jason Hogue                                                           Stephen Tracey
                                   Executive Director
High Chair Design                  Blackstone Community Health Ctr.
                                                                      Tracey Gear, Inc.
250 Main St.                       76 Park Place                      740 York Avenue
Pawtucket, RI 02860                Pawtucket, RI 02860                Pawtucket, RI 02861

Scott Davis                        Marc Dupuis                        Allen Chatterton
Antiques Mall                      Dupuis Oil                         Chatterton Insurance, Inc.
716 Elm Grove Ave.                 P.O. Box 1670                      44 East Avenue
Providence, RI 02906               Pawtucket, RI 02860                Pawtucket, RI 02860

Richard Sugarman                   Danny DaSilvera
                                                                      John Neary, Esq.
Providence Metalizaing             Green House Caterers
                                                                      103 Cottage Street
51 Fairlawn Avenue                 110 Mineral Spring Avenue
                                                                      Pawtucket, RI 02860
Pawtucket, RI 02860                Pawtucket, RI 02860

Isaac Amponsah                     Bobby Lau                          Stephen Gagnon
Ama’s Variety                      Liberty Tax Service                Wealth Management Resources
957 Main Street                    863 Newport Ave.                   501 Great Rd, Suite 201
Pawtucket, RI 02860                Pawtucket, RI 02861                N. Smithfield, RI 02896

Herbert P. Weiss                                                      Rick Lefferts
City of Pawtucket                  Phyllis Nathanson
                                                                      Commonweal Collaborative
Planning & Redevelopment           134 Ivy Street
175 Main Street                                                       66 West Street – Suite 201
                                   Providence, RI 02906
Pawtucket, RI 02860                                                   Leominster, MA 01453

Dana Newbrook
A1 Design
50 Broad Street
Pawtucket, RI 02860
 2010 Pawtucket Comprehensive                            What is a Comprehensive Plan?
          Plan Update
                                                          Required by RIGL Chapter 45-22.2 Rhode
                                                          Island Comprehensive Planning and Land
                                                          Use Act
                      Public Workshop
                      September 23, 2010                  Plan for future land use

                                                          Updated every five years




2010 Comprehensive Plan Update                           Comprehensive Plan Process

 Update information from 2005-2010                                        Community Input
 Review and update goals/policies/objectives
 and action plan                                                             Draft Plan

 Executive Summary                                                         City Approval

                                                                              State
                                                                             Approval




                       Community Garden, Barton Street                     2010 Pawtucket
                                                                         Comprehensive Plan




Required Elements of the
Comprehensive Plan                                       Purpose of Workshop

 Land Use                                                 Review progress of action plan from 2005
 Economic Development
 Natural and Cultural Resources                           Public input on the goals/policies/objectives
 Housing                                                  and action plan
 Transportation
 Services and Facilities
 Open Space and Recreation




                                                                                                          1
What is the plan for Pawtucket?
Preserve and Revitalize                                                     Public Input

 Preserve                                                                    Goal statements and large
  –   Established successful land uses - established residential
      neighborhoods; viable industrial areas; and public open space and      maps
      recreation areas - through land use regulations.
  –   Pawtucket’s important cultural resources to bolster the City’s         Stickers:
      reputation as an artist-friendly community and tourist destination.
 Revitalize
                                                                             green = like/ red = dislike
  –   The downtown and riverfront with a mix of uses through incentives
      (such as Brownfields cleanup funding), infrastructure                  Pens for written comments
      improvements (such as those identified in the downtown
      Circulation plan), and marketing efforts.                              Comment sheets available for
  –   The City with two important transportation projects - the
      Blackstone Valley Bikeway and the Pawtucket/Central Falls              longer comments
      Commuter Rail Station.




                                                                            Comprehensive Plan Goals -
Follow up Meeting                                                           Land Use

                                                                             Protect established successful land uses: established
                                                                             residential neighborhoods; viable industrial areas; and
                                                                             public open space and recreation areas.

            Thursday October 21, 2010                                        Revitalize the downtown and riverfront with a mix of uses.
           6pm, Visitor’s Center Theater
                                                                             Reuse vacant abandoned industrial buildings for a mix of
                                                                             uses, when they are no longer viable for industry.

                                                                             Control strip commercial development by promoting
                                                                             neighborhood and regional shopping districts.




Comprehensive Plan Goals -                                                  Comprehensive Plan Goals -
Transportation                                                              Economic Development

 Maintain and improve the image of the City of Pawtucket by                  Develop an economic base capable of providing a
 enhancing the visual character of the City’s streets, roads and
 highways through carefully designed landscaping and street                  desirable standard of living, and creating job
 tree planting.                                                              opportunities for residents.
 Complete the Pawtucket segment of the Blackstone Valley
 Bikeway                                                                     Develop a reputation as an artist-friendly community
 Reestablish rail passenger service in the City of Pawtucket.                and tourist destination.
 Expand water transportation facilities between Pawtucket and
 other Rhode Island destinations.                                            Redevelop Pawtucket’s commercial center into a
 Improve the efficiency and safety of pedestrian, auto and                   diverse and vital commercial downtown.
 bicycle traffic in the downtown.
 Ensure that the proposed Interstate 95 Bridge 550 is                        Redevelop the City’s former industrial riverfront into
 constructed in a manner sensitive to Pawtucket’s industrial                 a vibrant mix of uses.
 heritage, and also improves circulation along local streets.




                                                                                                                                          2
                                                Comprehensive Plan Goals -
Comprehensive Plan Goals -
                                                Open Space and Natural and
Housing
                                                Cultural Resources

 Provide Pawtucket residents from all socio-      Continue to maintain and improve existing recreational and
                                                  open space resources and programs.
 economic groups with safe, decent and            Seek other sites for future active and passive recreational
 affordable housing.                              activities.
                                                  Protect and improve ground and surface water quality by
 Ensure that residential growth does not          alleviating and where possible eliminating point and non-point
                                                  sources of water pollution.
 adversely affect environmental, recreational
                                                  Preserve biological diversity through the protection and
 and cultural resources.                          management of state and federally listed rare species habitat
                                                  areas and ecologically significant natural communities.
 Promote and enforce the federal Fair
 Housing Law throughout the City.




Comprehensive Plan Goals -
Community Services and Facilities

 Provide the City of Pawtucket with a full
 range of city services and community
 facilities commensurate with the needs of an
 urban industrial city.
 Increase energy efficiency Citywide.




                                                                                                                   3
9/23/10 Public Voting Summary


Chap Goal                                                                                    Green Red
     Provide the City of Pawtucket with a full range of city services and community 3
CS facilities commensurate with the needs of an urban industrial city.
CS Increase energy efficiency Citywide.                                                      3
     Redevelop Pawtucket’s commercial center into a diverse and vital commercial 6
ED downtown.
ED Develop a reputation as an artist-friendly community and tourist destination.             4
     Develop an economic base capable of providing a desirable standard of living, and 3
ED creating job opportunities for residents.
ED Redevelop the City’s former industrial riverfront into a vibrant mix of uses.             3
     Provide Pawtucket residents from all socio-economic groups with safe, decent and 6            9
H    affordable housing.
     Ensure that residential growth does not adversely affect environmental, recreational 5
H    and cultural resources.
H    Promote and enforce the federal Fair Housing Law throughout the City.                   1
     Reuse vacant abandoned industrial buildings for a mix of uses, when they are no 4
LU longer viable for industry.
LU Revitalize the downtown and riverfront with a mix of uses.                                3
     Protect established successful land uses: established residential neighborhoods; 1
LU viable industrial areas; and public open space and recreation areas.
     Control strip commercial development by promoting neighborhood and regional 1
LU shopping districts.
     Protect and improve ground and surface water quality by alleviating and where 1
NC possible eliminating point and non-point sources of water pollution.
     Preserve biological diversity through the protection and management of state and 1
     federally listed rare species habitat areas and ecologically significant natural
NC communities.
     Continue to maintain and improve existing recreational and open space resources 3
OS and programs.
OS Seek other sites for future active and passive recreational activities.                   2
TR Reestablish rail passenger service in the City of Pawtucket.                              10
     Ensure that the proposed Interstate 95 Bridge 550 is constructed in a manner 6
     sensitive to Pawtucket’s industrial heritage, and also improves circulation along local
TR streets.
     Maintain and improve the image of the City of Pawtucket by enhancing the visual 3
     character of the City’s streets, roads and highways through carefully designed
TR landscaping and street tree planting.
TR Complete the Pawtucket segment of the Blackstone Valley Bikeway                           3
     Improve the efficiency and safety of pedestrian, auto and bicycle traffic in the 3
TR downtown.
     Expand water transportation facilities between Pawtucket and other Rhode Island 1             4
TR destinations.
Public Comment Summary 9/23/10

   •   Bike lanes – issues with handicapped accessibility

   •   Summary of City’s top priorities

   •   Economic Development goal – support adult education/CCRI to hold classes in
       the City of Pawtucket

   •   Consider preserving some historical industrial buildings, but demolishing others
       to allow for new development of industrial uses. Old buildings are not usable for
       current manufacturing
Dear Stakeholder,


Please join us for a follow-up public workshop on the five-
year update of the City of Pawtucket’s Comprehensive
Plan. At the September 21st public workshop participants
were asked to comment on the goals from the 2005 Plan,
and the results of that process will be presented at this
upcoming meeting.



                    Public Workshop II
                 Comprehensive Plan Update

      Thursday, October 21, 2010, at 6:00 pm
   Blackstone Valley Visitor’s Center Theater
              175 Main Street, Pawtucket, RI



For more information please contact Susan Mara at 401-
724-5200 or maras@psdri.net.


Thank you,
Barney Heath
Acting Director




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  2010 Pawtucket Comprehensive                                                                                       2010 Comprehensive Plan Update
           Plan Update
                                                                                                                       Update information from 2005-2010
                                                                                                                       Review and update goals/policies/objectives
                                                                                                                       and action plan
                                                                         Public Workshop - II                          Executive Summary
                                                                         October 21, 2010



                                                                                                                                                  Community Garden, Barton Street




 Land Use                                                                                          # Green   # Red
    • Protect established successful land uses: established residential neighborhoods;                1
         viable industrial areas; and public open space and recreation areas.
    • Revitalize the downtown and riverfront with a mix of uses.                                      3
    • Reuse vacant abandoned industrial buildings for a mix of uses, when they are no                 4
         longer viable for industry.
    • Control strip commercial development by promoting neighborhood and regional                     1
         shopping districts.
 Open Space
    • Continue to maintain and improve existing recreational and open space resources and
         programs.
    • Seek other sites for future active and passive recreational activities.
 Economic Development
                                                                                                      3

                                                                                                      2
                                                                                                                     2005 – 2010 Highlights
    • Develop an economic base capable of providing a desirable standard of living, and               3
         creating job opportunities for residents.
    • Develop a reputation as an artist-friendly community and tourist destination.                   4
    • Redevelop Pawtucket’s commercial center into a diverse and vital commercial                     6
         downtown.
    • Redevelop the City’s former industrial riverfront into a vibrant mix of uses.
 Transportation
                                                                                                      3              Mill Building Redevelopment
    • Maintain and improve the image of the City of Pawtucket by enhancing the visual                 3
         character of the City’s streets, roads and highways through carefully designed
         landscaping and street t ree planting.
    • Complete the Pawtucket segment of the Blackstone Valley Bikeway                                 3
                                                                                                                      Creation of Mill Building Reuse District
    • Reestablish rail passenger service in the City of Pawtucket.                                    10
    • Expand wat er transportation facilities between Pawtucket and other Rhode Island
         destinations.
    • Improve the efficiency and safety of pedestrian, auto and bicycle traffic in the
                                                                                                      1

                                                                                                      3
                                                                                                                4
                                                                                                                      Ongoing review of zoning to
         downtown.
    • Ensure that the proposed Interstate 95 Bridge 550 is constructed in a manner
         sensitive to Pawtucket’s industrial heritage, and also improves circulation along local
         streets.
                                                                                                      6
                                                                                                                      encourage redevelopment
 Community Services and Facilities
    • Provide the City of Pawtucket with a full range of city services and communit y facilities      3
         commensurate with the needs of an urban industrial city.
    • Increase energy efficiency Citywide.                                                            3
 Housing
    • Provide Pawtucket residents from all socio-economic groups with safe, decent and                6         9
         aff ordable housing.
    • Ensure that residential growth does not adversely affect environmental, recreational            5
         and cultural resources.
    • Promote and enforce the federal Fair Housing Law throughout the City.                           1
 Natural and C ultural Resources
    • Protect and improve ground and surface water quality by alleviating and where                   1
         possible eliminating point and non-point sources of water pollution.
    • Preserve biological diversity through the protection and management of state and                1
         federally listed rare species habitat areas and ecologically significant natural
         communities.




2005 – 2010 Highlights                                                                                               2005 – 2010 Highlights

Riverfront Redevelopment                                                                                               Downtown Redevelopment
  Walkways/bikeways                                                                                                    –   Armory District redevelopment
  along the river                                                                                                      –   Public Improvements
                                                                                                                       –   Downtown Circulation Plan
  Public Recreation
  Private Development




                                                                                                                                                                                    1
2005 – 2010 Highlights                                              2005 – 2010 Highlights

  Train Station                                                          Brownfields Revitalization
Pawtucket has $1.9 Million for this project                              –   City has obtained over $1 million in US EPA
                                                                             Brownfields Cleanup funds

   –   Opportunity for transit-oriented economic
       development
   –   Opportunities for Pawtucket residents




Required Elements of the                                            Comprehensive Plan Goals -
Comprehensive Plan                                                  Land Use

  Land Use                                                          1.   Reuse vacant abandoned industrial buildings for
                                                                         a mix of uses, when they are no longer viable for
  Economic Development                                                   industry.
  Natural and Cultural Resources
                                                                    2.   Revitalize the downtown and riverfront with a
  Housing                                                                mix of uses.
  Transportation                                                    3.   Protect established successful land uses:
  Services and Facilities                                                established residential neighborhoods; viable
                                                                         industrial areas; and public open space and
  Open Space and Recreation                                              recreation areas.




Comprehensive Plan Goals -                                          Comprehensive Plan Goals -
Transportation                                                      Economic Development

  Reestablish rail passenger service in the City of Pawtucket.           Redevelop Pawtucket’s commercial center into a
  Ensure that the proposed Interstate 95 Bridge 550 is
  constructed in a manner sensitive to Pawtucket’s industrial            diverse and vital commercial downtown.
  heritage, and also improves circulation along local streets.           Develop a reputation as an artist-friendly community
  Complete the Pawtucket segment of the Blackstone Valley
  Bikeway                                                                and tourist destination.
  Improve the efficiency and safety of pedestrian, auto and              Redevelop the City’s former industrial riverfront into
  bicycle traffic in the downtown.
  Maintain and improve the image of the City of Pawtucket by
                                                                         a vibrant mix of uses.
  enhancing the visual character of the City’s streets, roads and        Develop an economic base capable of providing a
  highways through carefully designed landscaping and street
  tree planting.                                                         desirable standard of living, and creating job
  Expand water transportation facilities between Pawtucket and           opportunities for residents.
  other Rhode Island destinations.




                                                                                                                                  2
Comprehensive Plan Goals -
                                                                        Comprehensive Plan Goals -
Housing
                                                                        Open Space
  Provide Pawtucket residents from all socio-                             Continue to maintain and improve existing
  economic groups with safe, decent and                                   recreational and open space resources and
  affordable housing . Ensure that a diversity of                         programs.
  housing exists to provide residents with a range                        Seek sites for future active and passive
  of safe, decent and affordable housing.                                 recreational activities which help Pawtucket to
  Ensure that residential growth does not                                 provide an balanced geographic distribution of
  adversely affect environmental, recreational and                        resources.
  cultural resources.                                                     Develop recreation resources which link together
  Protect the quality of life and character within                        City recreation sites, cultural sites, natural
  established residential neighborhoods.                                  resource sites, etc., including the Blackstone
                                                                          Valley Bikeway, the Ten Mile River Bikeway,
                                                                          walkways along both sides of the Pawtucket
                                                                          River.




Comprehensive Plan Goals -                                              Comprehensive Plan Goals -
Natural and Cultural Resources                                          Community Services and Facilities

  Protect and improve ground and surface water quality by                 Provide the City of Pawtucket with a full
  alleviating and where possible eliminating point and non-point
  sources of water pollution.                                             range of city services and community
  Preserve and restore existing natural areas in Pawtucket.               facilities commensurate with the needs of an
  Preserve or assess archaeological resources to expand the
  body of knowledge about the pattern of Rhode Island                     urban industrial city.
  settlement and the people of those settlements.
                                                                          Increase energy efficiency Citywide.
  Preserve and use, or adaptively reuse structures or sites in the
  National Register of Historic Places, in the Local Historic
  District, or other structures and sites of historic significance to
  the city.
  Preserve the integrity of historic neighborhoods where most of
  the residential structures are more than 70 years old.




Top Priorities 2010 - 2020                                              Future Public Comment Opportunities

Important Infrastructure Projects:
      Commuter Rail                                                       Planning Commission Public Hearing –
      Bridge 550
                                                                          Tentatively scheduled November 2010
      Bikeways
      Downtown Urban Design Plan
                                                                          City Council Public Hearing –
Directed Revitalization:                                                  Tentatively scheduled December 2010
      Downtown
      Riverfront




                                                                                                                             3
                                 Meeting Comments 10/21/10


   o Industrial Park
   o Neighborhood commercial
   o Newport Avenue
   o Support educational and training opportunities at all levels.
   o Encourage density in downtown
   o Encourage mixed-income/market rate housing in downtown
   o Help with National Grid and Recycling Efforts at Commercial Building
   o Encourage Green Roofs
   o Directed Revitalization include mills and neighborhood community
   o Work cooperatively with neighborhood jurisdictions (i.e. Broad St. Imitative)


Conant Street Bridge Infrastructure Project:
   o Downtown Urban design plan reference and objectives include:
          o Summary of comp. plan
                        Attractive, understandable showpiece
Planning for:
   o Union-wadding – Pawtucket/Central Falls
   o Thread Mill
   o Identify in Comp. Plan basis for transit district based on commuter rail




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