The proposed nearly 2,700 home development project already went before the County Board of Supervisors in early December. Supervisors deadlocked 2-to-2, with Roberts absent.
Opponents say the project will disturb the tranquility of a neighborhood they love.
Those in favor say the development would bring a lot to the area including a shopping center and walking trails.
Supervisor Roberts did not indicate whether he supports the project, but he does support another hearing on it.