Letters

Dear Editor,   The Union Congregational Church in Groton acknowledges and thanks the businesses and individuals who so graciously donated to this year’s Harvest Fair Silent Auction. Anthony’s Coal Fired Pizza, Bailey’s Bar & Grille, Lois Berge, Blackbird Café , Connie Brown, Paul Brown, Bruno’s...
The time is NOW    While most in Groton seem to have moved past siting the Senior Center at Prescott School, the Editors seem stuck in the past as evidenced by last week’s editorial. Utilizing inaccurate and misleading information, they paint a picture of an ‘emotional whirlwind’ driving...
Letter to the Editor:    The “All Are Welcome” proposal (Article 17) was introduced at the spring town meeting as simply a way to make people feel welcome when coming to our town. This was either uninformed or disingenuous.  “All Are Welcome” has taken on political meaning, particularly in the last...
To the Editor,     While reading the editorial of October 13, “Why Such Urgency” I again realized that the senior center issue is an emotional one.    What I cannot understand is why the Prescott School is not being viewed by the selectman as the prominent property in Groton to be adopted as a key...
*/ To The Editor,       Article 1 on next Monday’s Town Meeting warrant poses some moral questions.    The present stone markers read “All are Welcome.”  Only the most naïve or ideologically committed person would deny the political and ideological meanings for our time  behind that wording.  For...
To The Editor,       At the October 19, 2017 meeting of Groton Council on Aging, the Directors voted unanimously to support the GDRSD Phone System/Internet Infrastructure Request, Article 9.    The Board of Directors on the Council on Aging fully understand the request brought forth to the Town of...
To the Editor,      Imagine my surprise when on September 14 I attended my eighth-grade granddaughters soccer game at Cow Pond. There behind the counter of the Snack Shack was the staff of the Groton Senior Center and the COA Board of Directors Chairman happily selling snacks for the youth of...
     On Friday, September 8, 2017, the Town of Groton was rocked to its core by an act of inconceivable violence.  As you can imagine, an incident of this magnitude and subsequent investigation called for all hands on deck and around the clock extra coverage for days on end    An incident of this...
To the Editor,       As we enjoy a beautiful day here in Groton, one of our crews is near Fort Lauderdale preparing to board a barge for St Thomas. We are part of a caravan with 15 line trucks heading to the North and East side of St. Thomas.     That region still has no electric service and we...
Dear Editor,      The Union Congregational Church acknowledges and thanks the businesses and individuals who so graciously donated to this year’s Harvest Fair Silent Auction.  All proceeds from the Fair will be donated to services supporting the homeless community.        Alex & Kristin Ansted...

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