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Valley Breeze: Construction projects delayed amid shutdown

Construction projects delayed amid shutdown

Valley Breeze: Neighbors push back on 44-unit Breakneck Hollow project

Standing at the end of his driveway, Michael Conway watches cars exit Route 146 onto Breakneck Hill Road. Many drivers slow down at the end of the ramp, but never stop, turning right and zooming past Conway and the MacColl YMCA across the street.

The Valley Breeze: Condos at Highridge OK’d for zoning change

The Lincoln Town Council voted to approve a zoning change Tuesday night that will allow Link Commercial Properties LLC to build a new condominium development across from Kirkbrae Country Club on Old River Road.

The Valley Breeze: Construction begins on Lincoln Lofts

Work has begun to transform vacant space in Lincoln’s historic Saylesville Mill complex into a 45-unit apartment community.

Valley Breeze: Highridge condos among developments moving forward

A proposal for a 28-unit condominium development at the former Highridge Swim and Tennis Club will be heard by the town’s Planning Board after the Technical Review Committee gave it a thumbs up this week.

Valley Breeze: Lincoln Housing Authority Receives HUD Grant

The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development awarded $239,250 to the Lincoln Housing Authority through the Resident Opportunities and Self Sufficiency - Service Coordinators Program.

Valley Breeze: Lincoln Housing Authority rated ‘High Performer’

The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) has rated Lincoln Housing Authority’s (LHA) Public Housing Program as a “High Performer” for the fiscal year of 2018, scoring 97 percent.

The Valley Breeze: ‘Lincoln Lofts’ at Sayles Mill gets OK from Zoning Board

The “Lincoln Lofts,” proposed to transform the former Sayles Mill building off Walker Street into apartments, moved forward in the planning process Tuesday night after the Lincoln Zoning Board agreed to grant parking relief to the project.

The Valley Breeze: Whipple-Cullen development back on the table

In the words of landowner John Cullen, “the odyssey has ended.” On April 23, the Rhode Island State Housing Board of Appeals vacated the town of Lincoln’s denial of Cullen’s long-awaited Whipple-Cullen Farm Affordable Senior Development. The Lincoln Planning Board previously denied the conceptual plan in June 2016, with its six members divided on whether the number of units was too many. While the original proposal included 200 units, the number was brought down to 158, according to Town Planner Al Ranaldi.

ProJo: Financing OK’d for housing in Lincoln, North Kingstown and Providence

The Rhode Island Housing Board of Commissioners approved financing and low-income-housing tax credits Thursday for three affordable developments, one each in Lincoln, North Kingstown and Providence.

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