Dover waterfront development given 15 more months to find investors
The councilors voted to give Dickinson an additional 15 months to line up investors for the project. This amount of time will begin once CWDAC approves the concept adjustments to the LDA. Once Dickinson lines up his investors, the extension payments of $10,000 that he owes the city for each month he does not break ground — which Dickinson is not currently paying — will begin again.
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