Ridgefield developer Michael Eppoliti has reportedly brought a pair of lawsuits against the town Planning & Zoning Commission over conditions placed on the approval of his .
When the Planning and Zoning Commission and Inland Wetlands Board , it reduced the density from 16 units to 12 and imposed several conditions based on recommendations from a town engineering consultant. However Eppoliti reportedly appealed and after a lengthy process the commission recently gave final approval for 14 units.
However according to a report in the Ridgefield Press Eppoliti is now suing to have the conditions removed from the original approval. In particular he is opposed to a requirement that his engineers conduct a “groundwater mounding analysis" on the property at 7 and 9 North Salem Road, to gauge the development's in the area, according to the report.
Meanwhile Eppoliti is reportedly forging ahead with connecting the property to the North Street sewer line in order to circumvent flow problems in the line that serves the immediate neighborhood.
For more check out the Ridgefield Press report.