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From GoLocalProv by Dan Lawlor, GoLocalProv MINDSETTER™:
So much was built up in the early 1990s - so much that laid the foundation for what is right in the city now. From non-profits to infrastructure to the arts to restaurants, much of what is great about Providence was planted over twenty years ago.
Yet, there is still so much uneven in the city. Big businesses like GTECH or Hasbro receive tax credits or property tax exemptions, while regular working families and storeowners struggle.
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