Host Community Agreements

CATEGORY
NAME OF DEVELOPER
COMMENTS
FURTHER HCA REVENUE ANTICIPATED
LINK TO HELPFUL DOCUMENTS
BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT HCA
Littleton Commercial Investments, LLC (Samuel Park)
In connection with the development of The Point project on Constitution Ave, the developer donated $1,029,328 in FY2015, to a special gift fund to augment the Town's $1.8 million MASSWORKS grant for the Route 119 (Great Road) I-495 Interchange Traffic Mitigation Project and the Russell St sidewalk design. The HCA  has been satisfied. No further revenue is expected.
NONEhttps://www.littletonma.org/594/MassWorks-Route-119-Great-Road-I-495-Int
BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT HCA
NBPII Littleton, LLC - Northbridge LLC - 151 & 153  Taylor St. (Amazon site)
This is the Amazon site. A mitigation payment of $1.2 million and a donation of $40,000 were received in FY2021. 58 Acres of land were conveyed to LELWD. The HCA has been satisfied, No further revenue is expected.
NONEhttps://www.littletonma.org/609/Northbridge-LLC-151-153-Taylor-Street
BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT HCA & TIF
Patriot Beverage, LLC. (Dan Gray, Don Smallwood), 3&20 Harvard Rd. -Tax Increment Financing Agreement and HCA
The TIF started July 1, 2017. Per HCA, by year 5, the Company was obligated to create 50 new jobs. A mitigation payment of $20,000 was to be paid within 3 months of the Company meeting its obligation to create the 50 new jobs by year 5. No revenue has been received. (Per MA EDIP annual report, 92 full-time jobs as of 12/31/2022.) A one-time $20,000 payment is due.
NONEhttps://www.littletonma.org/628/Patriot-Beverage-LLC-3-20-Harvard-Road-E
BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT HCA & TIF
The Potpourri Group / PHI Acquisitions, Inc. (company), MA Littleton Land, LLC (property owner) - 3 Distribution Center - Tax Increment Financing Agreement and HCA
Revenue from mitigation payments totalled $300,000 from 2016-2017. Revenue was deposited into the blended CPC fund. The revenue terms of the HCA are complete. No further HCA revenue is expected. At a public hearing on November 3, 2022, the Select Board voted that the Potpourri Group is in non-compliance with the TIF agreement and voted to request that the Economic Assistance Coordinating Council (EACC) make a finding to the same.
NONEhttps://www.littletonma.org/637/The-Potpourri-Group-3-Distribution-Cente
CANNABIS HCA - MANUFACTURING
Community Care Collective, Inc. (CCC), 537 Great Rd. - HCA Amendment March 27, 2023. Business is yet to open.
CCC had planned to cultivate and manufacture marijuana at the same location as its retail operation. CCC has withdrawn the cultivation piece of their plans from the permit with the Planning Board. Going forward, CCC is only planning for manufacturing. No further revenue is expected from sales tax since sales tax doesn't apply to wholesale sales of manufactured marijuana.  No mitigation fees due to CCC rules Ch 180 Acts of 2022.
NONEhttps://www.littletonma.org/549/Community-Care-Collective-Inc-Wholesale-
CANNABIS HCA - RETAIL
Community Care Collective, Inc. (CCC), 537 Great Rd - HCA Amendment March 27, 2023.
CCC operates a retail adult-use marijuana establishment for the sale of marijuana. 3% Sales tax revenue has been received: $146,205 in FY23 and $79,000 thus far in FY24. Sales tax revenue is expected to continue. No mitigation fees due to CCC rules Ch 180 Acts of 2022. (NOTE: In late 2023, the Planning Board approved extended hours of operation for retail sales at this site. The proprietor anticipates that the extended hours may result in increased retail sales, and thus increased sales tax revenues in the future.) 
SALES TAX
https://www.littletonma.org/548/Community-Care-Collective-Inc-537-Great-
CANNABIS HCA - RETAIL - VOID
Community Care Collective, Inc (CCC)., 531 King St - location changed to 537 Great Rd
The location changed from 531 King Street to 537 Great Road. No revenue.
NONEhttps://www.littletonma.org/528/Community-Care-Collective-Inc-531-King-S
CANNABIS HCA - TESTING
G7 Lab, LLC - 160 Ayer Rd
G7 operates a marijuana independent testing lab.  No revenue is due or expected as stipulated within the HCA.
NONEhttps://www.littletonma.org/576/G7-Lab-LLC-160-Ayer-Road-Unit-3
CANNABIS HCA - MANUFACTURING
MRM Industries, LLC, 160 Ayer Rd. - HCA Amendment March 27, 2023. Business is yet to open.
MRM plans to manufacture marijuana and marijuana products. No revenue is expected. No mitigation fees due to CCC rules Ch 180 Acts of 2022.
NONEhttps://www.littletonma.org/598/MRM-Industries-LLC
CANNABIS HCA - CULTIVATION & MANUFACTURING
Sanctuary Medicinals, Inc. (Jason Sideman) - 234 Taylor St. - An HCA Amendment is being drafted as of January 2024. 
Sanctuary began operating as a medicinal marijuana cultivation facility. Its cultivation was expanded to include adult-use marijuana.  $230,000 total revenue was received from FY2018- FY2022.   An HCA amendment is being drafted as of January 2024. No further revenue is expected. No mitigation fees due to CCC rules Ch 180 Acts of 2022. (NOTE: Sanctuary has applied to the Planning Board for approval for an additional building that may help with the ventilation and is also continuing to work with BOH).
NONEhttps://www.littletonma.org/642/Sanctuary-Medicinals-234-Taylor-Street-m
CANNABIS HCA - RETAIL
Littleton Apothecary - 160 Ayer Rd.- The Planning Board special permit lapsed.
Littleton Apothecary planned to operate an adult-use marijuana retail sales establishment at this site. On November 20, 2023, the Planning Board voted 5 to 0 that the Special Permit, issued September 10, 2021, had lapsed as no substantial work had been done to exercise the Special Permit.  No revenue has been received and none is expected. No mitigation fees due to CCC rules Ch 180 Acts of 2022.
NONEhttps://www.littletonma.org/589/Littleton-Apothecary-160-Ayer-Rd
CANNABIS HCA - MANUFACTURING - VOID
The Harvest Club, LLC - 2-3 Monarch Dr. - The business did not go forward with its plans.
Harvest Club had proposed an adult-use marijuana cultivation, processing, and product manufacturing site at this location. This HCA is void as the Harvest Club never applied to the Planning Board..  The proposal is void. No revenue will come from this.
NONEhttps://www.littletonma.org/578/The-Harvest-Club-LLC-2-3-Monarch-Drive
HOUSING HCA
Apple Valley Homes, Inc. (John Barbadoro), Village at Reed Meadow Development
HCA Regulatory Agreement for Development - In return for the release of the affordable housing deed restriction, the developer provided funds for affordable housing purposes in the amount of 7% from the sales of housing units. $93,776 total revenue was received from FY2015 - FY2017. The HCA Regulatory Agreement is complete. Revenue was deposited into the CPC blended fund for housing. No further revenue is expected.
NONEhttps://www.littletonma.org/657/Village-at-Reed-Meadow-Over-55-Developme
HOUSING HCA
David A. Guthrie, Christopher Finneral and Grimes Road, LLC - (Kaye Property, Grimes Lane, Chapter 61B Right-of-First-Refusal)
Donation of Land to the Town - in connection with the development of Kayes Durkee Farm property.In addition, in an agreement with the Planning Board, David Guthrie made donations to a gift fund for CPC housing fund totalling $50,000 from FY2022 - FY2023. No further revenue is expected.
NONEhttps://www.littletonma.org/585/Kaye-property-Grimes-Lane-Chapter-61B-ri
HOUSING HCA
Fifteen Great Road, LLC, and various owners of the property at 15 Great Road, Littleton (David Hale) - Chapter 40B, Village Green Apartments
40B Development for low and moderate income housing units - $991,882 total revenue was received from FY2015 - FY2018. Revenue was deposited into the CPC Fund. No further revenue is expected. 
NONEhttps://www.littletonma.org/575/Fifteen-Great-Road-Chapter-40B
HOUSING HCA
M&M Realty Trust (Matthew Field and Michael Field), Couper Farm, 180 Great Rd.
Development proposal providing the donation of land in return for waiver of MGL 61A right of first refusal. (The land donation was accepted.) The HCA also provided for the donation of the existing residential home to the Town for affordable housing or other public use. (In FY2021 the Town received $350,000 instead of the donation of the home.)  In addition, there is a requirement for the development of 9-11 Goldsmith St as a 12-unit rental project with 25% affordable units in exchange for permit fee waivers. (The 9-11 Goldsmith St project did not proceed as the permit fees were not waived.) No revenue is expected. (NOTE: Separately from the HCA, the developer is still obligated to the Planning Board to build an affordable unit in the over 55 section of the property at Dean Lane.)
NONEhttps://www.littletonma.org/550/Couper-Farm-180-Great-Road-Chapter-61A-r