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Dear Editor: Mr. Rule Loving was kind enough to provide Selectmen and me with a copy of his Letter to the Editor that appears in this week's paper. It is his intent to propose an amendment to Article 3 at the Jan. 26 Special Town Meeting to require the debt service associated with the new Center...
Dear Editor: Fitch's Bridge, in one form or another, had allowed people, horses and goods to cross Nashua River for perhaps 150 years, but a new sight appeared Sept. 8, 1892, a day of celebration in Brookline, NH, attended by Gov. Hiram A. Tuttle and 3,000 others. On that day, the Brookline and...
Dear Editor: The Tax Payers Alliance has more info on improving town meeting. A two or three percent turnout at town meeting of 7,000 registered voters is a poor showing. In an effort to improve this, we would like to suggest a toll free number for voters to call, with a caller I.D. package to...
Dear Editor: The NRA is an unusual organization. After their efforts of the past 10, 20, or 30 years, and now that the public at large is well armed, the NRA is telling us we need armed security to protect us and our children from what they have accomplished. Whether you own a gun or not, I want...
Dear Editor: Not quite sure where to start after reading last week's editorial about backing into an 'unintended funding trap' other than to hope it was not the intention of the editor to pit the legitimate needs of the town against the equally legitimate needs of our regional school district....
Dear Editor On Jan. 26 we will have a Special Town Meeting to review a number of Articles, including one that will begin creation of a Lost Lake Sewer District. It is important for residents to understand that this initiative is absolutely not an effort to advance, in any way, construction of...
Dear Editor, I would like to encourage residents of the Lost Lake area, especially residents who own lakefront property to file property tax abatements for 2012. Lost Lake residents pay an extreme amount of taxes to the town and hardly get any town services for their tax dollars. Many lakefront...
(Ed. Note: The following letter is addressed to GDR High School Principal Michael Mastullo, Groton Garden Club, Scott Wilson Design, local author Peter Macy, and Groton Grange) Re: Groton Historical Society Teddy Bear Tea The Groton Historical Society wants to thank individuals and organizations...
Dear Editor: I enthusiastically support the Fitch's Bridge project that includes a replacement bridge over the Nashua River. A vote is to be taken Jan. 26. I am writing this letter to you from several perspectives. As a lifelong equestrian, I see this project as a dream fulfilled for both the...
Dear Editor, If we have a severe weather emergency, take a minute to check on your neighbors (especially the ones that live alone), and make sure they're okay and have everything they need. If you feel that somebody may be unsafe, call the Groton Police. They will do a "wellness check" to make...

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