Letters

To The Editor, Brooks Lyman, a stalwart of fiscal conservatism, Groton traditions and governance, is seeking one of the two seats open on the Groton Board of Selectmen. Brooks has been involved in Groton affairs for decades. He has served on The Housing Authority for twenty-five years, the Lost...
To The Editor, Darcy and I would like to thank Jim Luening and the Baddacook Pond restoration project for their sensitivity to the neighborhood concerns about aquatic weed removal through the Baddacook Field/ Shattuck Homestead preserve. By promising to not use this property in their project, they...
To The Editor, Turtles face incredible obstacles to survive! Only one in 170 to one in 1000 hatchlings, depending on turtle species, will make it to adulthood. Over 90% of all turtles nests are predated the night they are laid. A female turtle reaches reproductive age between the ages of 6 to 20...
To The Editor, On Tuesday May 16 we will choose two Selectmen to represent us. We will vote for them because they have given us reason to believe that they share our values, our reasoning and our approach, and because we hope they will represent these things in their roles as overseers our town...
Dear Editor: I am writing to endorse enthusiastically the candidacy of Anna Eliot to re-election as a member of the Groton Board of Selectmen. Anna’s record of pubic service to the town is well known and has been noted previously by others. What sets her apart, however, is the attention and respect...
To the Editor: GDatPlay would like to thank the hundreds of families that made the Inaugural GD Alumni & Friends Spring Mixer a very successful event for our community! Over $262,000 was raised for the Field Renovations Project at the main stadium complex at the GDRHS!  The event was held April...
To the Editor: For many years I have served as the local volunteer coordinator of the National Letter Carriers’ Food Drive, now in its 25th year, taking place next Saturday, May 13, working with the local postmasters within our eight-town area to help them implement this annual, national food drive...
To the Editor, "There are much better ways to spend an estimated $76,926 of taxpayers' money than on this absurd proposal. It should not be incumbent upon taxpayers to incur this expense. Moreover, changing a seal that has embodied our town's character and has been the historical symbol since it...
To The Editor: At next Monday’s continued town meeting, an amendment will be proposed to Article 19, Motion 2: Baddacook Pond Restoration, requesting the exemption of the Baddacook conserved lands as one of three trucking and dumpster sites for the removal of aquatic weeds from harvesting and...
Dear Editor, It is mystifying why we keep discussing using the Prescott building as a community center when the taxpayers have spent a small fortune to maintain our Country Club facilities and property. The Country Club, already recreationally focused with its pastoral setting could easily become...

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