The Bethel Planning and Zoning Commission has continued a public hearing into a proposed affordable housing development on Cindy Lane. A developer is looking to add a second story to an existing three-apartment dwelling, construct a two-story dwelling with six units and build a single residential structure. If approved, 13 one-bedroom units would be located on the less-than-one-acre of land. At least 3 would be designated as affordable under the state's 8-30g statute. Developers can bypass certain local zoning laws if at least 30 percent of the units are affordable for families earning 80 percent or less of the area or state median income. The hearing was continued to January 11th.