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The North Providence Breeze 11-08-2017

The Valley Breeze Newspapers serving the Northern Rhode Island towns of Cumberland, Lincoln, Woonsocket, Smithfield, North Smithfield, Pawtucket, North Providence, Scituate, Foster, and Glocester

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©2017 BREEZE PUBLICATIONS INC. NORTH PROVIDENCE – The town would see its first legal mari- juana grow facility open under the state's new growing laws if two local boards approve a proposed facility on Charles Street in Marieville. The North Providence Planning Board will consider at its meeting tonight, Wednesday, Nov. 8, whether to recommend the Zoning Board of Review approve a use variance to allow a state-licensed medical marijuana cultivation facility at 1029 Charles St., a 14,702-square-foot building in a commercial village, or CV, zone. The facility proposed by Gavin Therien and Eastern Green Solutions would open in a cin- derblock building across from the Simon Auto Group. The Charles Street Diner occupies a portion of the building. The facility would be located within walking distance of several new developments in Marieville, including a planned Cumberland Farms, a new Arigna Irish Pub & Coal Fire Kitchen, and a new Honey Dew Donuts. Therien could not be reached for By ETHAN SHOREY Valley Breeze Managing Editor ethan@valleybreeze.com BREEZE PHOTO BY ROBERT EMERSON Boy Scout EDISON LIN, 14, carries bags filled with food donations to the North Providence Fire Headquarters last Saturday, after collecting the food from local residents. The local Scouts doubled the amount collected this year from last year. The food will be donated to the Rhode Island Community Food Bank after being sorted inside fire headquarters. See more photos on Page 15. Scouting for food See GROW, Page 4 NORTH PROVIDENCE – A suc- cessful Pawtucket restaurateur is set to try his luck just over the line in North Providence, planning a second location for Arigna Irish Pub & Coal Fire Kitchen in the former Jimmy Burchfield's Classic Restaurant & Lounge on Charles Street. Gordon Hyde, who owns both the Arigna location on Armistice Boulevard in Pawtucket and Murphy's Law Irish Pub on George Street in Pawtucket, told The Breeze he's plan- ning to open a new Arigna at the former Classic Restaurant at 1052 Charles St. Hyde said Arigna should be open New Arigna moving into former Classic Restaurant By ETHAN SHOREY Valley Breeze Managing Editor ethan@valleybreeze.com See CLASSIC, Page 11 Breeze THE NORTH PROVIDENCE A Valley Breeze Newspaper FREE NOVEMBER 8-14, 2017 Are you looking Are you looking for a for a Check out the back Check out the back of our of our Classified section where Classified section where you'll find our advertisers' you'll find our advertisers' most current job offerings! most current job offerings! 401-228-8775 401-228-8775 Now Accepting New Patients Wellesley Medical Building 1515 Smith Street, Suite M, North Providence, RI 02911 Lombardi Medical Associates LLC A NTHONY J. L OMBARDI , J R , MD Internal Medicine Planning Board meets tonight to consider marijuana grow facility on Charles Street

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