LITTLETON — An issue that surfaced a decade back and might stem from an error made generations ago when farms were the norm could now, after a pause, soon be resolved — deciding on where exactly is a segment of town line between Littleton and Bethlehem. During their meeting on Monday, the Littleton Select Board voted to use $6,931.59 in InvestNH grant money to fund the completion of a line precision survey for the segment of line near Railroad Street and a smaller segment that touches Union Street. In 2017, the town hired Boulanger Consulting to complete a preliminary findings report. Monday’s authorization of the precision survey is the next step that will fine-tune it, after which the towns, that are partnering for the effort, will be presented with a survey map. The survey is expected to be completed before the end of the year.
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