Letters

Dear Editor, I want to thank the voters who have entrusted me with a seat on the Board of Selectmen.  I look forward to having an active role in collaborative and respectful discussions on the many issues facing our community. I appreciate the many who voted and the folks who have reached out to me...
Dear Editor, Congratulations to our two new Selectmen (as a conservative, but not a misogynist, I believe in using the classical generic terminology; “mankind” is fine with me) Allison Manugian and Becky Pine! And my condolences to Anna Eliot on her losing a race she probably should have won…. As...
To the Editor: This is an open request to the senior residents of our town; an open request to fight for a new Senior Center. The building that houses our current Senior Center is nothing short of disgraceful. The seniors have endured inadequate facilities and inadequate funding for decades. The...
Fellow Groton Citizens, I am honored and grateful for your support in selecting me as one of your new Selectmen. I congratulate Alison Manugian and look forward to working with her and all my fellow board members. My goal is to serve you with integrity, honesty, and respect for differing opinions...
To My Supporters, I want to thank all my supporters and those who voted for me. I have enjoyed every minute I have had the privilege to serve you. I congratulate the two new women on the Board. You ran a good race. My only regret is that the funding for the design for a new Senior Center had the...
To the Editor, To all who voted NO on a design for the senior center: SHAME ON YOU!!!!!!! Your NO vote sends a very clear message to the senior citizens who, by the way, are taxpayers. Your NO vote tells us – YOU ARE NOT IMPORTANT !!!!! All the time and money, my understanding is $70,000., to...
To The Editor, With regard to the recently passed “All Are Welcome” Stone Marker Article, it appears that Groton has now established a precedent where private groups that can attract enough supporters to attend town meeting will be able to place “privately funded” stone markers with a message of...
Dear Neighbors, On Tuesday, May 16th we can bring change to the Board of Selectmen. It is a rare sight to see three new candidates asking for a seat at the table, but a great opportunity for our town. I have been asked throughout the campaign season to comment on who might give Groton the best...
To The Editor, The day after the first Town Meeting last week, I spoke with Kathy Schlep, COA’s director. I asked how she was feeling about the defeat of the article for the land purchase on Farmers’ Row. Kathy’s response: “My role is to provide services and to ensure that programs and services...
Dear Editor, I know I can’t be the only one to catch the disparate imagery featured in last week’s Slim Edition: An article about a narrowly passing TM item describing the sermonette given about right-doing, literally back to back with a mean-spirited, thinly-veiled political-bashing critique. So...

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