Kittery residents made their feelings known over a proposed ordinance at the Town Council meeting last night; one they say didn’t pass the smell test. That proposal would have required residents to periodically pump their septic systems, but councilors postponed action on that proposal after residents claimed it would violate their rights as property owners and could end up as a potential cost to taxpayers. The councilors also voted to change the way cluster developments are handled. Cluster developments allow houses or mixed commercial and residential buildings on smaller lots, as long as a significant portion of the property is left undeveloped. By a unanimous vote, the council decided that anyone coming before the Planning Board must look to a cluster subdivision before proposing any residential or mixed-use developments in town.