A rough timeline of getting a transitional housing facility constructed by the Women's Center of Greater Danbury is being worked out. Attorney Peter Olsen says they would like the City to begin remediating in the spring, completed the fall and then construction could start on Rose Hill Avenue. The project has to be designed in coordination with the licensed environmental professional overseeing the remediation so they don't have to move dirt twice. That needs to happen during the fall so it can go out to bid for the Spring. He called it a long train of dominoes. The Women's Center has to go through the standard land use approval process now that the Zoning Commission has signed off on a text amendment allowing transitional housing as a special exception use in certain part of the City.