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Call this a victory for suburbia. Even still I have no problem with Hartford having growth in the burbs as long as downtown continues to turn around.

This process seems to not be over yet,

Griffin Land, Simsbury settle Meadowood litigation (posted Yesterday at 11:44am)

Bloomfield-based Griffin Land and the town of Simsbury have signed agreements settling litigation related to Meadowood, Griffin Land's proposed residential development in the town. The terms of the agreements, previously approved by Simsbury's land use commissions, allow up to 299 homes to be built, require Griffin Land to perform certain remediation measures on the land and enable the town to acquire, subject to certain approvals, a portion of the Meadowood land for town open space.

The agreements must be approved by the Connecticut Superior Court, which will consider the town's land use commissions agreements at a public hearing. If approved by the court, the previously filed lawsuits would be withdrawn, with no further litigation between the parties.

Development of Meadowood remains subject to receiving certain environmental approvals from government agencies, which Griffin Land will be seeking to obtain this year.

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