Economic Development Commission Chairman Shalom Klein said the new group will tackle the subject appropriately.
“There never will be a one-size-fits-all,” he said. “There never will be the perfect recipe.”
Klein said it’s clear that Old Orchard should have a different standard than some businesses on smaller sites.
“At the same time, the goal of this process is to talk and to listen,” he said. “I think we did a good job of listening. This was a good conversation.”
The Economic Development Commission will continue the conversation at its early morning meetings Sept. 30 and Nov. 25 at Village Hall.