Although Giordano has said he intends to build a residential structure if he receives a permit, he is not bound to use his land for that purpose.
Councilor William Macek said that’s a big concern.
“If this goes forward, I’d like to see any approval conditioned on the land being used only for a single-family home,” Macek said. “No livestock, no farming.”
According to city tax records, Giordano bought the property in 2006 for $7,500. It is assessed for $15,000.