Unfortunately, the Westbrook Planning Board doesn't have as much say in design as Portland's Planning Board and HPB. They tend to offer suggestions during workshop (three of them are architects by trade), but, ultimately, they don't have the legal standing to force design under the City Charter. If it falls within the existing zoning regs, they have little recourse to stop it. This is why the ConvenientMD location was allowed to even happen. None of the Planning board members liked the design or really even wanted that in that location, but they had no grounds to stop it. Same with the Blue Spruce Farm cookie-cutter home and apartment designs.I would hope any planning board would nix this crap. Barf!!!