An application for a self-storage facility has been approved by the Danbury Environmental Impact Commission. Georgia-based Diamond Point Development is looking to construct a three-story, 100-thousand square foot building on a vacant lot at the corner of Mill Plain and Aunt Hack Roads. The 3-acre property is partially sloped and part of the hillside at the back of the property will be cut into. The applicant plans to add a drainage system that takes pollutants out of storm water. The application remains pending before the Danbury Planning Commission, which is holding a public hearing on June 1st. Traffic and other neighborhood impacts will be reviewed at that time.