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Dear Editor,   In last week's Herald, Rule loving made some suggestions about the order of articles at Town Meeting. Actually, the articles pretty much follow Rule's suggested format, with financial articles first, non-monetary articles second and citizen's petitions last (I will grant that...
Dear Editor, I am writing to let you and your readers know that the Technology Team at the Groton-Dunstable Regional School District have developed "Community Tech Nights", which happen the third Thursday of every month, 7- 8:30 pm at the high school library.  These events will focus on how we are...
Dear Editor: I am confused re: the duplicitous posture of the Water Commission re the EPA. They use its guidelines to safeguard Groton's water supply yet negate EPA's data and research on the herbicide, Sonar. Claire C. Macy Martin's Pond Road
Dear Editor: After watching the Town Meeting Study Committee on TV last week, we have come to one conclusion. The voters want to sit home and watch the town meeting on TV and vote by telephone. It's the in-thing to do. This would solve the disabled problem. Most people have phones and TVs. Today...
Dear Editor: I have taken out papers to run for a three year term as a Groton Water Commissioner. Most voters in town are aware of my status as one of our five selectmen. I am currently serving in my fourth term. I have verified with our Town Clerk that it is completely legal to hold both elected...
To the Editor, While Art and I appreciate the Herald's continued interest in the health and well-being of Groton's ponds, I am afraid the content of your story may have caused more confusion and possibly set back the effectiveness of our efforts to restore Baddacook Pond. Your article creates...
Dear Editor: Mr. Loving's recent letter to the Editor underscores how difficult the world of municipal finance in Massachusetts can be for the lay person to understand. With terms like 'levy limit', 'tax levy ceiling', 'tax levy limit', 'debt exclusion vote', 'cherry sheet', etc. one can become...
Dear Editor, Is it possible for one public works project to be the recipient of so many precedent breaking events and unanticipated situations? Last year at Annual Town Meeting, unlike all previous bondable public works projects, all new school and school renovations, the Library addition and Town...
Dear Editor: Monday evening, Feb. 24, 2014, at the regularly scheduled, Groton Board of Selectmen meeting, the Groton Town Meeting Review Study Committee presented it's findings, with recommendations, on measures that should, and/or could, be taken to enhance the experience of attending Groton...
Dear Editor: I wanted to share with the Groton Herald a petition that was created this morning in response to the school committee recommendations as of February 19, 2014.  In my opinion there seems to be a narrow minded approach to a very serious budget problem.  Instead of trying to restructure...

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