I live in a small town in Estonia, which has a population of 4,000. The town has received funding for a small boat harbor (the town is on an island and has a considerable coastline), which is probably is a good idea, as the town is struggling with economic development. Now the town has started planning the area adjacent to the future harbor. Among other things, the town wants to build a 10-story (35 m. high) apartment building in this area. Currently, there is nothing higher than three stories in town. I am dismayed but seem unable to get them to abandon the idea. There is no zoning per se, but the (first) proposed general plan, which was just finished but is not yet approved, sets a maximum height of 12 m. (approx. 3 stories), but now they want to change that to push through the tall building. Any ideas for me to use?