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Opponents of the Shelter Ridge project called for wetlands officials to demand a more complete proposal from the developers during the Thursday, Jan. 9, public hearing on the controversial project.
The Inland Wetlands Commission opened the hearing with examination of engineering reports on the plan, which calls for 375 apartments and 300,000 square feet of retail space on 121 acres at the intersection of Mill Street and Bridgeport Avenue. The Planned Development District (PDD) for the site was approved by the Planning & Zoning Commission in 2017, but that decision was appealed. That appeal has since been denied.