"It would only be approved by the Town Board after a recommendation by the Planning Board," Town Attorney Robert O'Toole said.
While some residents have expressed concerns that cluster housing allows developers to cram more dwellings into one area than typical subdivisions allow, O'Toole
said that won't be the case.
"This would not result in a greater number of dwelling units," he
"It's merely an improvement on the existing law and gives the Planning Board and Town
Board another tool at its discretion," O'Toole