A subdivision with 110 lots on Davidson Road in East Brainerd was granted one last deferral by the Planning Commission on Monday.
The planning staff said some type of action will have to be taken at the December meeting.
The staff confirmed that the project is dependent upon developer Joseph Ingram reaching an agreement on conditions with neighbor Phillip Clay. Both said they would continue to talk.
However, Mr. Clay said the earlier site plan that he said had some favorable points had changed without his input. He said, "I got screwed. It stinks. I feel like I was used as a pawn."
Mr. Ingram said, "We moved the development 70 feet from their house while trying to get it behind the trees. We are trying to get a plan that works for them."
Planning staff said the project does meet the subdivision requirements.
City Councilman Darrin Ledford said he had attended a number of meetings on the project.
Concerning the "conditional zoning," he said, "We are going to need to make some changes in our process. This is not a good way to do business."