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SOUTH KINGSTOWN - A meeting of the South Kingstown Conservation Commission, in review of Roland Fioreâ€™s plan to develop a now 36-unit multi-household development at 571 Main St., brought concerned members of the public to the council chambers to discuss drainage and flooding issues in the surrounding area.
The property, on which sits the historic Miller House, a million dollar mansion that Fiore has lived in for 20 years, is prone to flooding - as are the surrounding yards and houses.
Armed with a revised site plan that claims to address the issues brought forward by the planning board and members of the public, Fiore addressed the commission briefly before the public was given the chance to speak.