There have been no problems since Granite House relocated from Union Street to West Broadway, Spofford said.
He said Trefethen, still bitter because Granite House was approved, is the only person responsible for the lot not being completed.
“He’s really doing everything he can to stop the creation of a parking lot and leaving an eyesore near the town of Derry’s downtown,” Spofford said.
Spofford said when the lot became the center of a legal battle, they thought it best to hold off on any work until the case was resolved. That’s why the stones and huge mound remain, he said.
“It goes to reveal the dust bowl it is,” Spofford said. “This hasn’t been what we intended.”
Trefethen did not return several calls seeking comment.