Town Plan & Zoning Commission

About the Application to the Town Plan and Zoning Commission  
for Proposed Zoning Regulation and Town Plan of Conservation and Development
 Amendments Regarding Multi-family and Affordable Housing

 At its regular meeting on October 5, 2020, the Town Plan and Zoning Commission formally received an application by 2 Orchard Road LLC and Open Communities Trust, LLC for amendments to both the Zoning Regulations and the Town Plan of Conservation and Development (POCD).

 A link to the full application as submitted can be found above.

 The Zoning Regulations amendment proposes to add a new Section 3.4 allowing, subject only to the issuance of a Zoning Permit, in all of the town’s Residence Districts/Zones: A, B, T3-C, T3-D and T3-BB, multi-family structures on lots currently restricted to single-family development, so long as the structures meet the bulk and dimensional standards that currently apply to single-family homes and the multi-family use can be safely served with water supply and sewage disposal in accordance with applicable public health and building codes.

 The applicant’s proposed POCD amendments are as stated in the application “to align the POCD” with the Town’s obligations under Connecticut General Statutes Section 8-23.

 At its October 5, 2020 meeting the TPZ scheduled a public hearing on the foregoing application for Monday, November 30, 2020 beginning at 6:00 pm via WebEx.  The official notice of the public hearing will be posted at a later date in accordance with Governor Lamont’s Executive Order # 7I and will include specific details on public participation in the public hearing.

 For questions contact the Town Plan and Zoning Commission Office at 203-389-3406 or via email at ksullivan@woodbridgect.org.

 Note: Members of the Town Plan and Zoning Commission should not be contacted directly regarding this or any other application that comes before the Commission.  That is considered ex parte communication and can result in the contacted Commissioner having to recuse themself from participating in the public hearing. 


 Members

  • Robert Klee
    Term expires: June 2023
  • Yonatan E. Zamir
    Term expires: June 2023
  • Kathleen Wallace
    Term expires: June 2023
  • Lawrence Greenberg
    Term expires: June 2021
  • Paul Schatz
    Term expires: June 2021
  • Andrew Skolnick
    Term expires: June 2021

Alternates (3 Members)


  • Christopher Sorensen
    Term expires: June 2023
  • Vacant 
    Term expires: June 2023
  • Jeffrey Kennedy
    Term expires: June 2021