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Established in 1993, as an independent non-profit corporation, Pawtucket’s Business Development Corporation (PBDC) provides loan funding to businesses expanding in or relocating to Pawtucket and will be creating jobs.
Jeanne Boyle, Commerce Director
Herb Weiss - Economic & Cultural Affairs Officer
Michael Cassidy, Planning Consultant
Rick Lefferts - Loan Analyst, Commonweal Collaborative
|Attorney Keith Fayan - Fayan Law|
Pawtucket’s Business Development Corporation generally meets on the last Wednesday of the month at 4:00 p.m., on the second floor of Slater Mill at 67 Roosevelt Avenue.
|David Gold, President||Brian Murtha|
|Richard Sugerman, Vice President||Richard Goldstein|
|Linda Dewing, Secretary||Agnelo H. Alves, Jr.|
|John Neary, Treasurer||Aime Brissette|
|Isaac Amponsah||Derick Daley|
|Moshe Berman||Jason Hogue|
|Allen Chatterton||George Kelley|
|Scott Davis||Leonard Lopes|
|Jennifer Hennigan||Roger Messier|
|Kevin Kazarian||Carlos Tobon|
|Michael Laznik||Jan Brodie|
The free E-waste and Mattress drop off for residents is back this Saturday, July 11th! Pawtucket residents will have the opportunity to drop off mattresses and e-waste for free from 8am to 10:30am in... Read More >
- Mayor Donald R. Grebien