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The Groton Herald’s articles of September 10 regarding the new zoning for multi Family development left more questions than answers. Someone should start with a cost/benefit analysis of do we or don't we.      Let's start with benefits; I like most of the residents in town, I have never heard...
As a resident of Cow Pond Brook Road, I read with interest in the Sept. 10th edition about the rebuilt pavilion at Cow Pond for the Groton-Dunstable youth soccer program.      With the soccer club returning to Cow Pond this fall, I ask GDSC President, David Pitkin, and all other board members...
The Groton Electric Light Department plans to sell a 12-acre undeveloped parcel of land in the Four Corners area. This was announced publicly in the Herald on August 27. Proposals are due by Thursday, Sept. 30.      This land abuts the 422 acre Mass Audubon Rocky Hill Wildlife Sanctuary, which...
I closely watched the video of the Select Board meeting of 8/30. Regarding the town seal, I witnessed the ridiculous justification, by Select Board member Peter Cunningham, for retaining the words Holy Bible because it is not like it says "Mein Kampf". Frankly, I was astonished.      Then,...
While Groton avoided most of the damage caused by Hurricane Ida, we appear to have experienced a microburst that caused some minor damage to trees and foliage across from the entrance to The Groton Cemetery. If you’re out for a walk, jog, bike or drive, take a look at the corner of Blossom Lane...
In response to Groton’s Diversity Task Force’s recommendation that the Library Trustees reconsider the charging of overdue fines for late library materials in light of the American Library’s Association’s “Resolution on Monetary Library Fines as a Form of Social Inequity:”      In recognition...
Let me see if I understand this correctly: in order to reduce Indian Hill Music's legal exposure, motorists turning left onto Main Street will in perpetuity be exposed to a traffic hazard?      For most of the 40-plus years I have lived in Groton, I have avoided taking Old Ayer Road if I am...
It is impossible sometimes to get onto Main Street from Old Ayer Road after 3 p.m. The only saving grace is if a car from Littleton has stopped to make a left onto Old Ayer Road stopping traffic behind it, one can then enter Main Street (D on map).      By making a bypass lane (A on map) it...
Calling all who were once members of the Groton League of Women Voters!      The Groton Oral History Committee, which is sponsored by the Historical Society, Groton Neighbors, The Center (formerly the Senior Center), and Friends of Prescott, would like to hear from you all. We would like to be...
With careful observation, you may witness a wonder of nature! Over the next several weeks, baby turtles will be emerging from their underground nests. Turtle eggs are laid 3-5 inches below the soil surface in late May to June. Nesting sites are chosen for their soft soils and abundant warmth....

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