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The Valley Breeze Pawtucket 07-11-2018

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2 PAWTUCKET JULY 11-17, 2018 | VALLEY BREEZE | PAWTUCKET EDITION system completed by an outside com- pany, a move Grebien intended to take "politics" out of the paving pro- cess. Under the rating system, if fol- lowed, it's not possible to emphasize one area of the city over all others. DPW officials plan to start fall pav- ing between the middle of August and middle of September, weather and vendor scheduling permitting. There will be no paving after Oct. 31. The city is tentatively scheduled to repave the following street sections this fall: • Chandler Avenue, from Power Road to the end. • Chandler Avenue, from Fairlawn Avenue to Columbia Avenue. • Warren Avenue, from Newell Avenue to Esten Avenue. • Grenville Street, from Main Street to Nashua Street. • Grenville Street, from Nashua Street to Ann Mary Street. • Raleigh Avenue, from Oak Hill Avenue to Alfred Stone Road. • Union Street, from George Street to Pine Street. • Beechwood Avenue, from Prospect Street to School Street. • School Street, from Division Street to Rosewood Street. • Riverview Avenue, from Prospect Street to School Street. • Grand Avenue, from Central Avenue to Warwick Road. • Archer Street, from Pinecrest Drive to Clews Street. • Main Street, from Park Place to Pine Street. If the list is not completed, streets will be added to the spring list. Some streets are carryovers due to work by National Grid and the Water Department. Additional streets may be added pending National Grid scheduling approval. PAVING From Page One Heavy machines ripped up the old asphalt along FIRST STREET on April 11. The city has wrapped up its spring pav- ing season. Fall paving will start between mid- August and mid-Septem- ber BVAC teams up with local business for fundraiser PAWTUCKET – Lock and Clue Escape Room and Blackstone Valley Advocacy Center are teaming up for a fundraising event to raise aware- ness about domestic violence. The event will place at Lock and Clue Escape Room, Hope Artiste Village, 1005 Main St., in Suite 1202, on Thursday, July 19, at 6 p.m. "Lock and Clue is donating half of all their earnings for each ticket sold, which we are extremely grateful for. We have been trying to think of new, fun ideas that the community can attend and have a good time with, while we educate them on domestic violence," said Stephen Heywood, director of development for BVAC. BVAC's programs include: the Safe Home and Transitional Housing Program, 24 hour Helpline, Court Advocacy Program, Community Support Groups, Latina Advocacy Program, Community Awareness Programs, Safe Families Collaboration Project and the Law Enforcement Advocate Program. In 2017, 4,499 new agency clients were provided services, according to orga- nizers. To register for the event, visit www.bvadvocacycenter.org/en/ escape-room-fundraiser . The price is $30 per attendee. Those who cannot attend can donate to BVAC by visiting www. bvadvocacycenter.org/donate .

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