PAWTUCKET – City Councilor Michael Araujo is putting his work on the council’s finance subcommittee front-and-center in his at-large bid for re-election.

“As a member of the council’s finance committee, I am proud of the fiscal responsibility we have displayed,” he said in a release. “We were able to hold the line on property taxes while still dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic.”

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