Westport Supervisor Dan Connell reported that the town has retained an attorney who has worked with the town on similar projects before.
"We think this is a wonderful idea and will be a great thing for the town," he said. "We're very eager to see it go ahead." He added that the project will require amendments to the zoning laws that were in the works already, as well as state environmental review. He also said that public hearings will be held on the project. "We want to move as quickly as we can, but we do have a process and need to go through that," he said.
Carr said that they would like to break ground as soon as they get the go-ahead from the planning board and hope to complete the project within two years.