Kleinke told residents that there are absolutely no plans to develop the 29-acre lot once the single-family homes are built.
"We don't have good street access or public highway access," he said. "So at this point in time [the lot] will remain undeveloped."
Board member Nicholas Behuniak asked if there were any plans to have a deed restriction or an open space donation on the fourth lot.
"Beyond some conversation about it there has been nothing done," Kleinke responded, stating that it most likely would not happen. However, Klienke said it was possible that a pedestrian could potentially connect Hudson Avenue to North Street through the property, as well as to the railroad corridor.
"The reality is that anything is developable if you put enough money in it," Lipnicky said. "But, realistically speaking, it's unlikely,"
As for the three proposed homes on the 35-acre parcel, Lipnicky said that if the housing plans meet the state building codes that essentially the project would be approved.""