Aug
09

New Construction Planned for Litchfield Plantation

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Clearing was expected to start this week on lots in Litchfield Plantation after the development company last week paid a shortfall in the budget of the property owners association. The move followed 17 months of legal battles between the association and the company.

Development will begin on 21 homes, said John Miller, president of Litchfield Plantation Co.

He bought the company’s assets last year from the plantation’s original developer, Louise Parsons, after the collapse of a buyout effort. That followed a meeting of property owners where the head of the buyout group, Scott Trotter, and his attorney were voted off the board. The new association board filed suit asking the court to declare that the development company no longer has control over the association since it failed to fund a budget shortfall as required by the deed covenants.

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