PAWTUCKET – A plan by a Providence woman to open a pizza restaurant in a former industrial property at 121 Coyle Ave. and 120 Webster St. has neighbors up in arms about the impact to their quality of life, saying the pre-opening operation of the Remedy restaurant has already had a detrimental effect.

Those neighbors protested the proposal at a meeting of the Board of License Commissioners on Jan. 25, saying Morgan Louchen and Remedy have already hosted multiple events where loud music was played until late into the night.

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