Board Chairman Art Rugg said Woodmont was a complex plan. He appreciated Falvey’s efforts and said the process would take time.
“It’s taking a lot out of us,” Rugg said. “It’s a long, arduous journey and a huge undertaking.”
He said all input from residents is helpful as the process moves forward.
“There is a lot of Londonderry we want to preserve,” Rugg said, “but we have to do it right.”
Woodmont proponents are scheduled to return to the board at a future meeting with more fiscal information about the project.