Ian Donnis’s Not For Nothing blog has a post about the City Ordinance Committee’s hearing on the Comprehensive Plan and its proposed changes to the working waterfront:

The ProJo has editorialized in favor of maintaining the working waterfront, and I tend to agree. Thanks to public access, Boston does a far better job than Providence in making use of the waterfront along the Charles River and parts of Boston Harbor than we do with comparable areas. While some envision more economically productive uses for the Providence waterfront, it shouldn’t come at the cost of public access, and longstanding businesses could be an important part of this mix.

As does Matt Jerzyk Rhode Island’s Future blog.

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