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COVENTRYâ€” Governor Lincoln Chafee signed into legislation last Tuesday the approval of four bond referendum requests for Coventry to put on the November ballot.
The estimated $23 million in bonds will be for improvement to the town including building a new police station, infrastructure improvements to sidewalks, streets and bridges, the installation of an emergency generator in the Department of Human Services Building and improvements and renovation of Parks and Recreation buildings.
It is now up to the town council to decide whether the bond referendum requests will be put on the ballot and it is planned for them to decide at the next council meeting on July 14.
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