— The Glastonbury Housing Authority is tweaking its $18 million expansion and renovation of Center Village so the project fits into available funding.
The authority presented its plan to town officials last year before it had its final funding. Once funding was approved, the authority's original plan was about $3 million short. So the authority, along with the project architects - Griffin and Quisenberry Arcari Architects - made some changes to the site plan and buildings.
Neil Griffin, housing authority executive director, said it was imperative to "find a way to make this project work with what was funded."
"We tried to keep the integrity of the design...