The expected approval process does not require a return to Town Meeting. Town Meeting recently voted to enable MBTA and SRD zoning that also does not require Town Meeting approval on a property-by-property basis and the zoning creates an environment giving housing the potential to be developed with a site plan review. Lexington has a successful track record with prior LIP 40B comprehensive permits (e.g., Farm View on Lowell Street). The LIP Project Eligibility Letter (see Question #16) requires that the developer has site control as will be evidenced in the Land Disposition Agreement or the long-term lease. That well-defined review process, the terms and conditions in the RFP and resulting Land Disposition Agreement or long-term lease plus the terms of the Comprehensive Permit (after numerous public meetings with the Zoning Board of Appeals and applicable boards and committees) provide ample opportunities for reviewing stakeholder and community input and to protect the Town’s interests. Returning to Town Meeting would limit and possibly eliminate proposals received, add up to another year to the process, and make the development more expensive with the delay.