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The Valley Breeze Pawtucket 9-25-13

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SEPTEMBER 25-OCTOBER 1, 2013 Serving Pawtucket FREE Breeze THE VALLEY CITY IN PINK ART FILLS THE PARK Downtown will be dressed in pink for Breast Cancer Awareness Month. PAGE 7 Slater Park Fall Fest brings out Pawtucket's artists. PAGE 6 @ valleybreeze.com "Like" us on Search for The Valley Breeze Newspapers Treaty could help bring major development to Division Street Pizza party - garden style By ETHAN SHOREY Valley Breeze Staff Writer ethan@valleybreeze.com VALLEY BREEZE PHOTO BY DAVID WUERTH Fifth-grader ETHAN SANTOS, 10, enjoys a slice of pizza during the garden party at the International Charter School in Pawtucket. The school hosted its garden party on Friday featuring pizzas and tea made with vegetables grown in their school garden. See more photos on page 10. Would you approve the agreement? Tell us at valleybreeze.com PAWTUCKET – A riverfront property that formerly housed a Tire Pro store and then an auto repair shop could get new life as a women's care facility affiliated with Women & Infants Hospital. Dr. Pablo Rodriguez is proposing a $4.6 million project, including the $480,000 purchase price, to build a new medical office building he says would bring more than 70 new jobs to the city. The building would also contain a Performance Physical Therapy center. Partners in the Rioview Group LLC, formed to purchase this property near the Pawtucket River Bridge on July 13, are seeking a sevenyear phase-in of property taxes for a property that will have a value when completed of See TREATY, Page 16 Local pair say it was all about collaboration on 'gorgeous' bridge By ETHAN SHOREY Valley Breeze Staff Writer ethan@valleybreeze.com NORTH PROVIDENCE – Katherine Abernathy has put her stamp on plenty of picturesque scenes around the world, but says none of those projects compare to the work she did to help create the final look of a new local landmark. Abernathy, a North Providence resident and president of Abernathy Lighting Design on Thomas Street in North Providence, is the woman drawing wide praise for her elaborate light system on the new Pawtucket River Bridge. Working closely with Richard Ventrone and his Ventrone Architecture, of North Scituate, Abernathy says she couldn't be happier with the final result of the bridge, a project that was more collaborative than any she had ever worked on before. "This bridge is so gorgeous during the day, in so many ways it was easy to light, because it just begged for it," she said, adding that the look of the bridge by day gives the STOP OVERPAYING FOR HEARING AIDS • I charge you less for high quality hearing aids prices start at $695 for custom digital with two year warranty • My everyday pricing is always lower than competitors • I'll beat any price • I love giving second opinions • Never any sales pressure • Expert repairs (often while you wait) - all makes • Siemens, Rexton, Resound, Starkey, Oticon, Phonak & others • Tubes, Filters, Battery Doors, Accessories NORTON HEARING Caring for RI's hearing for over 28 years Robert G. Norton, M.S. Audiologist 1044 Smithfield Avenue Lincoln, Rhode Island 02865 401-725-5798 www.nortonhearing.com ©2013 BREEZE PUBLICATIONS INC. lighted bridge "strength and boldness at night." Find three picture slideshows with this story at www.valleybreeze.com . One depicts the new Pawtucket River Bridge, another some of the designs See BRIDGE, Page 12

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