I'm just curious. Do you make site visits to the relevant property for every application that comes before your local boards? Before I entered the profession, my assumption was that I would be out in the field multiple times per week making site visits as part of the development review process. Three years in, I haven't found this to be the case at all. Obviously, we review any site plans, floor plans, surveys, etc submitted, examine GIS imagery we have to see how the property relates to its abutters, and do any other due diligence that can be done in the office. Making a trip into the field is something that is done rarely and my boss would probably find it strange were I to ask to spend a few hours per week driving around town to make site visits. Over the years, I have made visits during my lunch hour to sites under review and I've found it gives me a more solid sense of what I'm talking about during the subsequent hearing.