Dozens of questions were asked, and still residents aren't completely satisfied with the answers.
The set up of the meeting provided a 15 minute presentation from developers followed by a question and answer segment. Each person was allowed one question.
Resident Ellie Wallis said, "The public still had questions and I could've had five or six more if she had given us time."
Council Chair Pam Ladd called the meeting for the public and for herself and other council members to get more information on the project.
Three other council members attended.
"I think that this meeting and this structure allowed more dialogue of information than any of the other meetings I have attended," Ladd said.
Topics still of concern, the fear the project will increase flooding on and around the hill.
Project developer Duane Horton has assured residents it won't be a problem.
We've made the commitment that there will not be any water leaving that site at any quicker rate than it does in it's natural state," said Horton "We believe we're gonna even improve upon that."
Residents still are not convinced.
"Without a hydrology study before this is rezoned I don't think his statistics and market studies have any barring on the flooding," said Wallis.
The community and developers hope to continue meeting before the January 8th vote.
"I'm hoping that all the council is doing their homework and that we would be ready when this comes before us in January," Ladd said.