The group brought new arguments to the Land Use and Transportation meeting Tuesday, but didn't get any answers. The committee deferred it until the next meeting because not all nine people who signed the appeal were notified about the meeting.
The group says a lot of the development decisions go against the Illinois Plat Act along with other legislation.
"So the state took the Platt Act and said this is what you're going to have to do if you divide properties of five acres or less and that's because of mainly water runoff, impact on the environment when it comes to septic and sewer systems," said Rudy Lewis, a spokesperson from Preserve Farmland.
Members of the Preserve Farmland group are hoping for more answers at the next committee meeting.