The following was submitted by John Dunn:
Poquonock Village development issues continue; More questions, still no answers.
The Windsor Town Council will be meeting Monday, December 3 at 7:30 p.m. in Town Hall Council Chambers. All residents are encouraged to attend to voice your opinion about the 296 housing units, that includes 192 apartments proposed for the former Brown's Driving Range on Poquonock Ave.
I have attended two monthly Windsor Town Planning and Zoning Commission meetings and asked at each "When was the Zoning Regulations changed to allow High Density Housing construction?" and "When and how was the public notified of this pending change?" In both cases I was told that answers would be given during the developers rebuttal session. They weren't addressed. The developers choose which questions they answer and then ignore the rest.
This massive development has been rushed through the TPZ Commission from first inception on September 11 when only two residents knew to attend and they voiced their strong objection. The traffic study was not completed, and still has not been fully presented, yet our many concerns are not being taken seriously.Please attend this meeting and hear what other residents are saying. Please help "Save Our Poquonock Neighborhood".