Two speakers down, 37 more to go. That was the result of\u00a0Tuesday night's\u00a0Planning and Zoning Commission which drew a large crowd in opposition to\u00a0a proposed bed and breakfast on Circle Drive.\u00a0 The commission heard from applicants\u00a0Thomas and Catherine Savoca and attorney Peter Olson, who represents neighbors Rob and Claudia\u00a0Pacifico, but ran out of time to hear from a majority of the residents who signed up to speak at the public hearing. Now, neighbors must wait until after Election Day \u2014 the hearing has been extended to Wednesday, Nov. 8 \u2014 to voice their displeasure. \u201cThis is not an appropriate location for a B&B, [it's] in a residential zone,\u201d said Olson in his testimony. Of the 39 speakers, only two spoke at the two-and-a-half hour hearing. In her presentation, Cathy Savoca acknowledged her neighbors\u2019 concerns. \u201cChange can be hard,\u201d she said, \u201cespecially when it deals with what is for most people \u2014 including us \u2014 our single largest financial asset.\u201d Boys club expansion It wasn't the only public hearing the zoning commission held Tuesday night. A plan to expand the Central Business District by nearly seven acres was also on the agenda, but received less time \u2014 and public comment \u2014 than the controversial bed and breakfast. Nonetheless, the planners also motioned to extend that hearing until Tuesday, Nov. 21, after hearing testimony from attorney Bob Jewell who is representing the applicant, the Ridgefield Boys and Girls Club. \u201cI didn\u2019t think the town would get involved trying to build commercial buildings to compete with private investments, but I\u2019m a pretty conservative, libertarian kind of guy,\u201d he told the commission.