Back to the drawing board for Broadstone

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New proposal sent to planning board for recommendation

By Ramsey Scott

Littleton’s City Council has sent the controversial Broadstone at Littleton Station development back to the planning board for reconsideration after the developer offered to reduce the size of the project. 

The council decided 6-1 to hold off on a final vote after the developer, Alliance Residential Co., offered modifications to its proposed development just hours before the meeting. Councilman Jerry Valdes voted no because he said he wanted the council to proceed and if Alliance wanted to make changes, it could bring them before the council at a later date.

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