BETHEL — A proposed indoor horse riding ring, expanded wood recycling facility and three-lot subdivision will be discussed at a public hearing on Tuesday evening.

The hearing will be held during the Planning and Zoning Commission’s 7 p.m. meeting in Room D of the municipal center.

The indoor horse riding ring is proposed for 150 Chestnut Ridge Road, near Jusatmere Pony Farm. Justamere, which also owns property in Ridgefield, offers lessons and specializes in training, leasing and sales of horses, according to the company’s website. This will be the first public hearing on the plan.

All Regional Recyclers of Wood aims to construct an 8,000-square-foot building on its 104 Wooster St. property. At the facility, “small/local” contractors would construction material, which would also be sold and sorted there, according to the commission’s meeting minutes.

The proposal has drawn some criticism from residents, who have said they are worried the operation would soil the image of the downtown area, among other concerns. This is the second public hearing on the plan.

Also facing a second public hearing is the plan to build a three-lot subdivision on Old Hawleyville Road. An existing home is on one of the lots, according to meeting minutes.

The commission will also discuss plans to build 12 apartments and one commercial space in the former Vaghi Woodwork Co. building at 77 South St. The developers said at a Board of Selectmen meeting last week that they aim to install a sidewalk in the area.