Councilman Igliozzi’s Statements and Press Releases

2019

City Council Committee on Finance Discusses Asset Transfers as a Tool to Address Unfunded Pension Fund, October 1, 2019

Statement from City Council President and the Council Leadership Team, July 18, 2019

FY 2020 Budget Passes and is Signed by Mayor Elorza, July 9, 2019

2020 Has First Passage, July 3, 2019

Committee on Finance Sends Budget to Full Council for Vote, June 29, 2019

City Council to Move Forward with Single Tax Rate and Single Homestead Exemption, June 25, 2019

Senate Committee Passes Enabling Legislation, June 21, 2019

Council’s Committee on Finance Looks to Cut Mayor’s Proposed Budget, June 18, 2019

Update on Budgeting Process, June 11, 2019

Providence City Council Committee on Finance Tonight Voted to Approve a $30M Bond for School and Neighborhood Projects, January 30, 2019

2018

Providence City Council Tonight Approves Four New Tax Stabilization Agreements, November 1, 2018

Councilman Igliozzi Calls for Solution to School Bus Driver Strike, October 4, 2018

Statement from City Councilors Igliozzi and Ryan Requesting the City Solicitor to Review the Process of Changes Made to the Speed Camera Contract and Why the Process Circumvented the Board of Contract and Supply, September 25, 2018

City Council Majority Leader John J. Igliozzi to Host Ribbon Cutting for New Playground Structure at Anthony Carnevale Elementary School, September 13, 2018

City Council Approves $160 Million Bond Referendum for School Improvements, July 30, 2018

Providence City Council Committee on Finance Sends Fiscal Year 2019 Budget to Council for Vote, June 18, 2018

2017

City Internal Auditor to Hire Independent Financial Consultant to Review All Current and Proposed Tax Policy and Tax Stabilization Agreements in Providence, December 14, 2017

Providence City Council Approves Three New Tax Stabilization Agreements, November 16, 2017

Igliozzi Calls for Cameras in Classrooms and Hallways in all Providence Schools, November 16, 2017

Providence City Council Finance Committee Approves 5 Year Capital Improvement Plan, July 13, 2017

Providence City Council Approves First Passage of Fiscal Year 2018 Budget, June 15, 2017

Council Overrides Veto of ‘No Smoking’ Ordinance, June 15, 2017

Providence City Committee on Finance Approves the Fiscal Year 2018 Budget, June 12, 2017

Council to Consider $45M Bond Issuance, June 1, 2017

Finance Committee Approves TSA for $56M Canal Street Project, May 11, 2017

Finance Committee Approves Contract for Body Worn Cameras, March 15, 2017

Council Approves Tax Stabilization to Redevelop Historic Downtown Property, January 19, 2017

 

 

 

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