LITTLETON — An article related to homelessness, another seeking money for Pathways Pregnancy Center, and a petition seeking to expand the Select Board to five members took center stage during Tuesday’s town deliberative session. While the proposed general fund operating budget of $10.417 million passed without amendment, a number of articles drew long discussions, prompting a suspension of the session at 10 p.m., after four hours, following a motion made by a Select Board memberl. Deliberations will resumed Thursday in the Littleton High School cafeteria, where the remaining 24 articles were discussed, amended or left as is, and approved for the March 12 town meeting ballot vote.
- A Burlington man found dead
- Proposed legislation would increase protections for the states historic covered bridges