Plans for a development on part of the Schlumberger site are changing. Developer Steven Zemo appeared before the Ridgefield Planning and Zoning Commission last week to discuss a concern from the Water Pollution Control Authority.
The Ridgefield Press reports that the concern is a potential odor problem from the town's sewer plant nearby.
The 3-story hotel would not have to be changed. A 4th building on the site has been eliminated and the changes could be coming to the other two planned buildings, including a storage facility and a multi-use office building that also includes some apartments.
The Conservation Commission and the Inlands Wetlands Commission are also considering the plans.