By Jean Falbo-Sosnovich
ANSONIA >> Saying it was incomplete, the Planning and Zoning Commission Monday denied without prejudice an application to build 10 single-family homes on Castle Lane.
The denial came as a shock to Shelton developer Mark Romano, along with his attorney, Dominick Thomas, who was prepared to present the proposal during a public hearing at City Hall.
As the hearing was about to kick off in a sweltering aldermanic chambers — the air conditioning wasn’t working — commission Chairman Joe Jaumann informed Thomas that upon a review of the application by a planning consultant the commission hired, David Elders, there were several things missing from the application.
“The application is incomplete based on staff review,” Jaumann said.
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