Since there was no clear mandate on a controversial plan to sell and develop about 10 acres of the Schlumberger site, 3 public hearings will be held about how to move forward. First Selectman Rudy Marconi says the plan was to sell the land for $4 million to Toll Brothers for 30 luxury condos, but went down by seven votes.
He says some people didn't understand the proposal, others were told to vote no and more said they want something different. The Board set three public hearing dates this month about what residents want to see happen with the land.
The hearings are set for Wednesday at 6:30 at Town Hall, Saturday at 10am at Town Hall and the 25th at 6:30.