The West Tisbury select board and the town’s affordable housing committee will continue to develop a grant program incentivizing town residents to construct affordable housing on their properties.

A draft article for the plan, which proposed putting $250,000 toward providing $25,000 grants for expenses to develop accessory dwelling units, was removed from the annual warrant earlier this month after the board determined it was not ready to go before the voters.

At the select board meeting Wednesday, both groups resolved to continue work on the article, with plans get it ready for a fall special town meeting.

“I don’t think we’re that far, far apart,” said board member Skipper Manter. “I just think we need to sit down and just smooth out the rough edges.”

Both groups will reconvene after the annual town meeting.

In other business, the board voted to appoint Julie Pringle to the Millbrook watershed management committee. Ms. Pringle serves as scientific program director for the Great Pond Foundation.