The debate over the development of Old 2 Rod Highway will proceed in front of the Inland Wetlands Commission. A developer seeking to build homes on property abutting the 18th-Century roadway has filed an application to build a driveway along the road. At Monday\u2019s Board of Selectmen meeting, First Selectman Bill Brennan and his fellow board members were required to give administrative approval for the application because the town of Wilton is the landowner of Old 2 Rod Highway. \u201cThere\u2019s no issue with this application from our point of view,\u201d Mr. Brennan said at the meeting. \u201cWe\u2019re not necessarily giving approval, but we are allowing it to go to Inland Wetlands for review.\u201d Trackside Mark Ketley, the director of Wilton\u2019s Trackside Teen Center, came in front of the Board of Selectmen on Monday to give an annual review of the center\u2019s performance. Overall, he said, use of the facility by Wilton students from grades six to 12 has increased over the past year. High school student attendance was up 47%, from 680 to about 1,000 visits during the year. Middle school attendance was up 74%, thanks to strong attendance from sixth graders. There are two kinds of young visitors to the teen center, Mr. Ketley said, drop-ins and those who come for specific events. Most of the drop-ins are between sixth and 10th grades. \u201cJuniors and seniors in high school are only coming in for a special event, they\u2019re not going to drop in. So we\u2019re not going to waste our funds on that,\u201d he said. Rather than relying on drop-in students for participation, Mr. Ketley said, he and Brett Beatty, the program coordinator, have spent the last year \u201cincreasing offerings to increase participation.\u201d They\u2019ve added new courses and programs in study skills, baking, teen yoga, and culinary arts, and continue to support Wilton Parks & Recreation summer camps, Relay for Life, ABC of Wilton, and the Wilton Youth Council. The Trackside building also serves as headquarters for Wilton\u2019s Safe Rides program, which began last year. Recognizing that the school district wasn\u2019t initially convinced a Safe Rides program would be good for Wilton students, Mr. Ketley was happy to announce there are now more than 100 volunteers in the program, and the program was awarded a community service award by the high school administration.