"We want to have consensus so the public is behind the proposal," he said. "The more we can do to get the facts out on what we're doing, ultimately, helps us on the backend."
On the other hand, there will be no more time set aside to discuss the project at selectmen's meetings, according to Salafia.
"We have very clear direction," he said. "We know what we want to do. We're looking at this as a solution."