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    Iowa, Maine, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Washington will receive a combined $133 million under the low-income housing tax credit (LIHTC) exchange program.

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    Foreclosed Homes Raise Neighborhood Storm Risks ~ Rhode Island Proposes Global Warming Building Regs


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    A coordinated effort between architect and lighting manufacturer creates an educational environment that teaches a thing or two about lighting design.

  • Lumiere Hair Salon

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  • Cooper Lighting Announces Winners of the 28th Annual Source Awards

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