A controversial plan to build 30 townhouses on Mill Street near Medford Memorial Middle School, scheduled for the the Planning Board on Wednesday night, has been moved to November 15.
The townhouses, including five set aside for affordable housing, would be accessed by a driveway from Mill Street, near the Himmelein Road intersection.
At the September 22 board meeting, representatives of developer Orleans Conservatory Group Partners LP were told to return to the board with more information about the proposal.
The board extensively questioned Orleans representatives about the design of the three-bedroom townhouses, focusing partly on what the rear of the townhouses would look like from Mill Street. The board asked what units on the other side of the street in the development would look like, but Orleans had no renderings.
Board members said they would not vote until they could see more detail.
Several neighbors spoke out against the development, criticizing the townhouses' design and also expressing concern about traffic at the intersection.