LITTLETON — Rising costs and inflation have put the $1.4 million Riverfront Commons back before the community for more input to determine their priorities and which project components they would like to see happen first. An interactive community input session was held Wednesday at the Littleton Opera House and project leaders are encouraging those who couldn’t attend to participate in an online survey that closes after two weeks. Then, the SE Group, the architectural and engineering firm enlisted by the town in April, will aggregate all data and determine current costs and what is feasible within the current budget.
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