Palm Beach Post, Steve Kloempken, Harry Kazarian Elementary School discussed on The News with Gene Valicenti

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The palm beach post in the palm beach daily news just under fifty million dollars eight has says that all employees have been retained current paid they're they are not addressing feature staff levels smith hill the site of the latest abandoned property to be rehabilitated in providence wpro's steve kloempken has more on that story single family home on camden avenue next to the harry kazarian elementary school is the latest to be made over from an abandoned blight on the smith hill neighborhood to a place on the city tax rolls so we made the rooms more manageable there's nice big walk in closets a nice size bathroom when the weisinger of pawtucket central falls development too many abandoned properties causing blight across providence says mayor ahora halo rosa so we set it as a collective goal to do everything we could to bring as many properties back to life now after three years in office he says more than two hundred properties have been rehabilitated in providence steve klamkin wpro news seemed like the viewers vegan see the reboot of roseanne with an audience of eighteen million dollars tuning into its debut on tuesday night and his two decades after the original roseanne ended its run effect of the nineteen ninetyseven finale ten percent more viewers lets viewers actually watching the first roseanne and this morning here at home rhode island's miss universe says that it's true olivia culpa confirms access hollywood the patriots wide receiver danny amendola have split up reportedly distance played a key role in the splits and they said that this was not helped by gandhi's decision to sign with the miami dolphins after the patriots loss in the.

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