After months of debate, the public was expecting a vote at Wednesday night's Crisfield City Council meeting. But that won't happen now until January 2018. People in Crisfield have been adamant about their rejection to the Carvel Hall project. The city must make a decision to lift the existing ordinance that keeps Clean Bay Renewables from opening a chicken manure energy plant in Crisfield. Neighbors have concerns like odor, noise, traffic and pollution. John Davey Wilson lives next door to the old Carvel Hall building where the plant could potentially set up shop. He says the idea keeps him up at night.