SHELTON, Conn. -- Shelton residents and officials voiced opposition at a recent meeting held to discuss Brookview Heights, a proposed 18-unit condominium complex on Long Hill Avenue, according to the Shelton Herald.
The complex, proposed for 4 acres owned by Jack and Josephine Gaida, would include three buildings, with each of the 18 units priced at $300,000, according to the Herald.
Many in attendance at a March 24 meeting of the Planning and Zoning Commission spoke out against the proposal, calling the condos a bad fit for the neighborhood, according to the Herald.
The public portion of the commission's discussion of the plan is to continue on April 12, according to the Herald.
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