The proposed Sandy Hook Permanent Memorial design is finally headed to Newtown voters. The $3.7 million living memorial will be put to a referendum on April 27. Town officials selected San Francisco architects, one whom is a Connecticut native, as the designers in 2018. SWA was selected from a field of 188 bidders. The plan has been scaled back significantly, from the original $10-million proposal. Public outreach about the memorial is expected to begin early next month.