The Planning and Zoning Commission will deliberate an application for a 30-unit condominium building at 233 Danbury Road Tuesday night.

The 55-and-older condominium building — and the state affordable housing law that would allow it to be built by skirting local zoning regulation — drew opposition at the second public hearing session earlier this month. 

The commission closed the hearing, but took no vote — deciding to start deliberations tonight, Oct. 23. 

“How this will destroy area homes doesn’t seem to matter,” said Robin Caruso of Conley Court at the second hearing Oct. 9.

“...This is about a developer taking advantage of the law.”

About 40 people packed the Planning and Zoning Commission’s that hearing — 13 spoke, 10 were opposed.

“This is a surreal nightmare and an insult to our family,” said Sonia DelMonico.