ROXBURY — The owner of the now defunct Granite Gorge summer camp won’t have to pay a $2,100 refund to an irate mother, and the mother won’t have to pay $10,000 for allegedly defaming the camp’s owner, according to a ruling issued this week.

The New Hampshire National Guard has decided that it no longer needs its Berlin armory as it puts more resources into the Littleton armory as its North Country hub, and plans to build new facilities in Pembroke and Plymouth.

The Salem Planning Board had originally intended to wait until the Tuscan Village development agreement was finalized before granting site plan approval to developers to construct a 281-unit, five-story wrap-around apartment building to be located in the Tuscan Village development. But during a special meeting last week, the board granted site plan approval with a 6-1 vote, according to Town Planner Ross Moldoff.