If we're going to change our name (and we probably should), let's think about what we could change it to.
Category - Government
The CPC reviews various items including building proposals on Wickenden Street, 8th Street, and the corner of Knight and Westminster Streets at their October 29th meeting.
The Downtown Design Review Committee reviews a proposed canopy at 150 Chestnut Street and proposed new construction at 580 South Water Street at their May 13th meeting.
The Capital Center Commission discusses the intermodal center, dredging the rivers, state parking plan, and Skyline at Waterplace at their April 10th meeting.
The City Plan Commission will hold a special meeting on April 3rd.
The City Plan Commission reviews proposed subdivisions, an extension on development approval for a lot on Atwells, Brown's Institutional Master Plan, and more at their March 19th meeting.
The DRC reviews plans for a free-standing sign on Dyer Street, changes to the building at the Skating Center in Kennedy Plaza, and the Fane Tower at their March 11th meeting.
The City Plan Commission agenda for February 19th, 2019.
Demolitions and redevelopment in Blackstone, College Hill, and Federal Hill, and zoning changes to be reviewed at the City Plan Commission's January 15th meeting.
The City Plan Commission reviews plans for developments in Blackstone, West End, and Olneyville at their December 18th meeting.
The Providence City Plan Commission will discuss a minor subdivision to make way for a bike path in Olneyville and other matters at their November 13th meeting.
The City Plan Commission reviews several zoning issues and a proposal for a new building on Elmwood Avenue at their September 18th meeting.
The City Plan Commission will review zoning changes on Thayer and regarding student rentals, a multi-family development on Parade Street, a campus master plan for School One, and an industrial development in Wanskuck at...
The City Plan Commission reviews plans for a food hub in Valley, RISD's Institutional Master Plan, rezoning for the Bomes Theatre, and more at their May 23rd meeting.