SHELTON, Conn. -- More than 100 residents concerned about added traffic and hazards to the wetlands attended the Shelton Planning and Zoning Commission meeting on Tuesday, April 12, regarding the proposed construction of 18 condominiums on Long Hill Avenue, according to the Shelton Herald.
Most of the residents left disappointed when commissioners voted to continue the public portion of the meeting until their May 10 meeting so they would have time to review a revised plan and traffic study submitted by the project's attorney, said the Shelton Herald.
In addition, residents were frustrated that their request to have Wetlands Administrator John Cook attend the meeting was denied, and continued to push for the idea, the Shelton Herald reported. The area the condos are proposed is behind a residential single-family homes neighborhood, added the Shelton Herald.
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