BRIDGEPORT - Dozens of Bridgeport residents came out last night to voice their concerns over a proposed halfway house for convicted felons.

The group met at Saint John's Church to listen to the attorney who supports putting the 120-bed halfway house at Norman Street and Railroad Avenue.

Organizers of the rally say they were not moved and now plan to protest again on Monday at City Hall.

They say they will push for city officials to reject an extension on the zoning approval.