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Dear Editor:    The partial government shut-down may be affecting people in our own small, compassionate community of Groton and we don't know about it.     Maybe fewer donations are being made to Loaves and Fishes, perhaps people are spending less money on local businesses due to not getting a...
Dear Editor & Friends of Groton Park,    “Excuse me sir, your dog is much too aggressive for this dog park.  A Groton School student was bitten, so that end of the park is now closed to us.  The master of another biter fled, so rabies could not be determined.  Please don’t ruin it for all of us...
To The Editor,    The residential electric rate comparison for the 12 months ending December 31, 2018 just arrived. The following comparison is for our customers who average 750 kilowatt-hours per month (kWh/month) on their electric bills. • Our neighbors who have National Grid for their electric...
Dear Editor:    Once again the spirit of the December holidays was alive in our community as demonstrated by the outpouring of assistance given to the Community Children’s Fund.  This Fund was begun by the Commissioners of Trust Funds over twenty-five years ago to help local families in need during...
To The Editor,   I read a letter to the editor two weeks ago supporting the request for additional Firefigher / EMTs.  It was premised on an oft-heard refrain along the lines of: "We hire professionals.  Who are we to question their decisions?  If they say they need something, we should give it to...
To The Groton Select Board,     The Select board of the Town of Dunstable extends its warm regards and wishes to thank the Select board of the Town of Groton for their assistance during Dunstable’s interim period without a Town Administrator.     Mr. Haddad was of great service to Dunstable...
Dear Editor:    As a resident on Old Ayer Road, I am unhappy with how the sidewalk has reshaped the intersection with Rte. 119. The right turn onto Rte. 119 has become a very sharp turn with a real danger of collision with oncoming traffic.  Judy Adams 417 Old Ayer Road */
Dear Editor,   The article in last week’s paper about the “reimagining and reconfiguration” of downtown Groton recognizes the positive changes that are happening in our town today. I would also like to include the Boutwell House at 172 Main Street as a part of this reemergence.     Three years ago...
To The Community,      I want to reaffirm the information summarized by the Town Manager for GDRSD in the draft FY20 Groton Town Budget as well as provide some context for our peer board members and community to consider as the GDRSC enters our budgetary process.    • Last year, the GDRSD provided...
To the Editor,    I’m writing, as a Trustee for the Groton Community School, to thank the community for their support of our Matching Gift Challenge fundraising drive this fall.  GCS received 59 gifts, including three that were matched by employers. The net value of all those gifts is $19,825. The...

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