"This is my first home, so I have some concerns," he said.
Morelli said he went over the plans with Lacy and that he appeared to be satisfied with the proposal after seeing it would not affect his property and some nearby residents may have been concerned after receiving the required notice in the mail about the project because of the public hearing requirement.
Planning Board member Nicholas Behuniak asked if there was designated parking for the apartments, which Crisafulli's representative Paul Hite responded no but that each apartment was allowed one parking space.
Morelli said there were two more parking spaces at the complex than required by the town's code.
Planning Board member Kate Powers was told the garage would be constructed with matching materials to the rest of the complex after asking what it would be made out of.""