The proposed expansion project at Easton Library has been changed, meaning the the community room and historical society entrance doors will not be relocated. Aspetuck News reports that the historical society is located in an adjacent room built on to the back of the library, but is separate from the rest of the library. The change will lower the cost of the project by eliminating new sidewalks and regrade an area near the wetlands. An interior hallway for access will be created while increasing space of the library’s children’s area. The proposal goes before the Easton Conservation Commission on September 25th.