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From GoLocalProv by GoLocalProv News Team:
The weekend storm left more than 2 feet in some areas and the response to the City of Providence's clean up has been mixed.
A number of residents have emailed and Facebooked GoLocalProv.com about the lack of attention to their street. One business owner on Federal Hill says that his area has yet to be touched - adversely impacting his business.
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