Tough questions asked of developer at public hearing

Citizens attending a public hearing of the  Easton Conservation Commission voiced strong concerns about the safety of the public watershed. Those concerns arise from development plans for Saddle Ridge. The Saddle Ridge developers are attempting to push through a plan to build 99 units on about 124 acres within the Aspetuck and Easton reservoir watersheds. They are using state statutes concerning affordable housing as justification for violating local zoning. Please go to the Coalition to Save Easton website for more information.

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