The controversial letter meant to start a rezoning study has been held up for months by Brooklyn's CB9.
Activist Alicia Boyd shouted down members of Brooklyn Community Board 9's land use committee on Monday.
The groups called for more involvement in the city's rezoning process.
Dwayne Nicholson resigned as a member and as the chairman of Brooklyn CB9, the board office said Monday.
They led a local community board vote to suspend presentations by the city and developers.
Community Board 9 voted Tuesday night to send a key document on rezoning back to committee.
Alicia Boyd of Movement to Protect the People was given a summons for disorderly conduct, police said.
A forum on land-use changes in the neighborhood devolved into an argument Wednesday night.
Housing in areas of East New York, Long Island City, Flushing West will require affordable housing.
Officials plan to turn Atlantic Avenue into a "vibrant corridor" with buildings up to 12 stories.
Community Board 9 will reconsider a newly drafted document on neighborhood rezoning on Monday.
The study will look at opportunities for more residential construction, particularly affordable housing.
Brooklyn's Community Board 9 will redraft a resolution on land use changes next month, its chair said.
One board member plans to bring a vote Tuesday on a draft that includes a six-story height restriction.
Pearl Miles, manager of CB9, said she "made a mistake in the count," altering the results of the vote.
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