"I think it is going to take a little more time to come up with an alternative and come up with some common ground," said Dolin.
Dolin said it is unlikely that the town will enact another moratorium on large scale retail development in the commercial zone. "I doubt if it would be legally feasible, I am going to ask the Town Attorney to give it though," he said. According to Dolin, the courts would find that the year and a half of moratoriums already enacted allotted the town a sufficient amount of time to address its zoning issues.
"We are going to live with what we got and hope no large retail development tries to locate here," he said.