LITTLETON — As the money to transform the Chapman property into a community college site remains out of reach, business leaders and local lawmakers invited the state senator who led the charge in defeating the funding to tour the site and hear the plan.

The aim on Wednesday was to show state Sen. Lou D’Allesandro, D-Manchester, the vice-chairman of the Senate Capital Budget Committee and an influential member of the New Hampshire Senate, the importance of the project for workforce development in the North Country.

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