Alex Gaudette, 25, of Bolton is charged with aggravated assault and negligent use of a gun.
The outstanding litigation has held up financing to redevelop the downtown parcel often referred to as “the pit.”
Details are scant but the trio of partners is in talks to bring on an additional development partner and are working to revise the development agreement with the city of Burlington.
The center has hosted health services and various nonprofits for more than 15 years but has been running on a deficit, said Ray Coffey, community services director for the city.
Acting Police Chief Jon Murad referred to the shooting as “a stone cold whodunit” and an incident of “great, great concern.”
School trustees signed a joint venture agreement last month with local development firm Snyder-Braverman to create nearly 500 beds in 295 apartments over the next four years.
The shooting occurred at about 12:42 a.m. on Sunday. The victim was later identified as Bryan C. Rogers II, of Philadelphia.
Chittenden County Superior Court Judge Samuel Hoar Jr. cited a similar challenge in Montpelier in his decision, saying the Winooski plaintiffs “filed a virtually identical challenge.”
The legislators and advocacy group Migrant Justice are asking federal officials to stop deportation proceedings for 10 undocumented dairy farmworkers. A spokesperson said the governor had not been briefed on their cases.
The cause of a lithium battery fire that set a container ablaze early Saturday at the South Burlington plant remains under investigation.