Settlement agreement could open development possibilities for Centre of New England

SANDSTORM: Coventry School Superintendent Craig Levis stands on the slope of the dunes of a giant sand pit behind the Hopkins Hill Elementary School in Coventry, where soil was taken for the Centre of New England development. On windy days, children must be kept off the play area because it gets sandblasted. / PBN PHOTO/­MICHAEL SALERNO
SANDSTORM: Coventry School Superintendent Craig Levis stands on the slope of the dunes of a giant sand pit behind the Hopkins Hill Elementary School in Coventry, where soil was taken for the Centre of New England development. On windy days, children must be kept off the play area because it gets sandblasted. / PBN PHOTO/­MICHAEL SALERNO
Years of turmoil at the Centre of New England, which have delayed its full development, could be nearing an end. A preliminary settlement agreement prepared by Providence attorney Matthew J. McGowan, who is the receiver for the unsold, undeveloped acres in the mixed-use site, could begin to unravel years of litigation ensnaring the development. If…

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