After more four months of hearings, testimony and deliberation, the conservation commission will rule this week on Toll Brothers’ proposed 48-lot subdivision on Cedar Mountain. For more on this story, visit: Decision Expected Tuesday On Toll Brothers’ Cedar Mountain Development In Newington – Courant.com.
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In a letter to Bethel’s Planning and Zoning Commission last week, Toll Brothers said it would be unfeasible to plant trees along an exposed area of ridgeline at the north west corner of the Summit development. The issue was brought up after Bethel resident Brian Walters started a petition for Toll Brothers to re-tree the ridge.
A reader writes: “It is appalling that in today’s age development practices like this are still allowed. While I might be too late to stop this project hopefully we can raise attention to this problem and have it completely outlawed in Connecticut.” Take a look at the story and his petition. His petition is done through iPetition, which asks for a small donation, so don’t be alarmed.
Residents of Newington and Wethersfield attended the Newington Town Plan and Zoning Commission meeting en masse the night of Wednesday, May 25, to express their dismay with the proposed development of Cedar Mountain by Toll Brothers Inc. of Newtown.