The Bethel Inland Wetlands Commission is holding a public hearing tonight on two affordable housing proposals, which were previously rejected. A developer has re-applied for one plan on the agenda, which calls for 11 apartments on Good Hill Road. There was strong opposition from neighbors during earlier hearings about how it would fit the character of the area. The other proposal, also in an updated application, calls for a four-building, nine-unit development on Shelley Road. Tim Draper has applied for both developments through the state statute 8-30g, which allows developers to bypass local zoning laws. The Inland Wetlands Commission hearing is at 7pm in the General Purpose Room of the municipal center.