To the Editor:
The state supreme court has just decided to uphold the approval for the Shelter Ridge development on the corner of Mill Street and Bridgeport Avenue. While it is ultimately a “lawful” project, why do we, as a community, need or want this project? And who is this monstrosity benefiting? Once we break ground, the history and natural beauty of that land will have been destroyed. We cannot take it back. Is this how we define progress?