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Monthly Archives: November 2019

Fall River TIF board approves tax breaks for new Cordeiro, Karam projects

FALL RIVER — City officials voted Thursday to approve a combined $830,000 worth of tax breaks for two local developers in exchange for the construction of 67 new units of housing and a new bank branch. Fall River’s Tax Increment Financing Board approved two deals during its Thursday meeting. One will save Anthony Cordeiro’s Downtown Continue Reading

To the Moon and Back awarded $1,500 grant

FALL RIVER – To the Moon and Back, based in Plymouth, was granted $1,500 by The Anthony F. Cordeiro Charitable Foundation to help the organization continue its work to help children born substance exposed and their caregivers by hosting support groups and providing peer support to families by increasing their awareness of existing community resources. Continue Reading

Boys and Girls Club, Faxon shelter, First Step Inn awarded grants

FALL RIVER — The Anthony F. Cordeiro Charitable Foundation announced that in its first grant cycle of 2019, six grants totaling $40,000 were awarded to area nonprofit organizations for a variety of activities that support the organization’s mission. The Anthony F. Cordeiro Charitable Foundation serves communities within southeastern Massachusetts and Rhode Island. Its mission is Continue Reading

Fall River developers get tax breaks for 3 downtown housing projects

FALL RIVER — Two local developers were granted tax breaks on three housing projects that will bring 45 market-rate residential units and five affordable residences to the downtown area. “This is a leap of faith. As far as I can remember, we’ve talked about bringing market-rate and new housing to help spur the economy after Continue Reading