Our streets, sidewalks, and public facilities are in real need of reinvestment so that our residents and businesses have what they need in order to have the best quality of life and business climate possible. From recreational facilities to roads to school buildings, our focus on improving our public assets must be smart and balance our taxpayers’ ability to pay with the quality facilities our residents deserve. The plan must be bold and strategic as we prioritize the best interests of all Cranston residents, and literally build the future of our city.
“Our roads need to be repaved. Our parks and ballfields need to be a priority,” said Zelazo. “These infrastructure investments are an important part of maintaining our quality of life. Cranston will remain a great place to raise a family, only if we do the work to keep it that way.”