A proposed multi-unit contractor\u2019s yard \u2014 essentially office space for plumbers, builders, and other small business owners \u2014 will have to wait until July for a decision from the town Planning and Zoning Commission. \u201cThe idea is that you have a contractor, maybe a plumber \u2026 that you give them a place to have a bit of an office,\u201d said attorney Bob Jewell, who represented developer Larry Leary at a June 19 public hearing. It was the second time that the property, located at 800 Ethan Allen Highway (Route 7), had come before the commission. An earlier version of Leary\u2019s application received three public hearings in 2015. The commission approved the yard\u2019s construction three years ago, but then a lawsuit filed by neighbors of the development led a judge to overturn that decision. The judge\u2019s ruling stated that the plan put fencing and other structures within the lot\u2019s yard setback \u2014 the blank area on a development from the boundary line to the first structures left empty for curb-appeal. The judge ruled the original application violated the commission\u2019s own zoning rules. Attorney Thomas Beecher, who represented the commission at the June 19 hearing, suggested they should push off the decision to its July 3 meeting, because the intervening weeks will give new commissioners \u2014 elected since 2015 \u2014 a chance to review the original application. \u2018Reapproval\u2019 Vice Chairman Joe Fossi and commissioner Charles Robbins both recused themselves from the discussion of the re-submitted application. Jewell said the plan presented at the June 19 hearing was nearly identical to the one approved in 2015. \u201cThis feels to me almost like an administrative reapproval,\u201d he said. He said Leary is also requesting that the administrative fees to file the second application should be dropped, since the cost of the fees represented a \u201chardship.\u201d Planning and Zoning Director Richard Baldelli said he was satisfied with waiving the fees, because a bulk of the administrative work carried over from the plan submitted in 2015. Hearing Only two members of the public spoke during the application\u2019s hearing \u2014 both neighbors of the site who live at The Regency at Ridgefield condominium complex at 638 Danbury Road. Len Doherty, the president of a homeowners association for The Regency, said he\u2019d reached an agreement with Leary, in which both sides agreed that the neighbors would not appeal the project if the commission approves it once again. In exchange, Doherty said Leary agreed to put up $120,000 in a surety bond as to not abandon the project, leaving a half-completed construction project as an \u201ceyesore,\u201d Doherty explained. Beecher said the agreement should not be a part of the commission\u2019s decision. \u201cI\u2019m not sure if you as a commission would need to get involved with that,\u201d Beecher said. Sam Block, also a neighbor at The Regency, asked the commission who would be responsible for oversight of the construction \u2014 including blasting or possible pollution. \u201cThe applicant has to pay us to hire an outside consultant that we choose to monitor it,\u201d explained Baldelli.