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Developer starts again in Hudson.

The attorney for the Massachusetts developer looking to build a massive open-air shopping center on the Green Meadow Golf Club site in Hudson has apologized for filing permits to the planning board that were not in compliance with the town's ordinances.

"To the extent that the Jan. 19 filing caused consternation, I apologize to the board," said J. Bradford Westgate, the Nashua-based attorney for W/S Development Inc. "I have no excuse for it; simple as that."

W/S Development has entered an agreement to buy the golf club and build the 375-acre parcel into the largest retail center in New England.

W/S submitted a definitive subdivision plan to the town Jan. 19 for the construction of a 1.1-million-square-foot open-air shopping bazaar, the first phase of its mixed-use development.

But weeks later, the planning board unanimously voted to send those plans back because W/S had not first received a special wetlands exemption from the zoning board of adjustment. Westgate told the Nashua Telegraph his clients probably will not be ready to submit another definitive plan to the planning board for several months.
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Title Annotation:WS Development
Publication:New Hampshire Business Review
Article Type:Brief article
Geographic Code:1U1NH
Date:Apr 13, 2007
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