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We would like to take this opportunity to thank the Town of Groton for the honor of serving as Groton Public Library Trustees for the past 3 years. It’s been an exciting time at the GPL as we have helped to expand the hours, services, programming and collections, both print and electronic. The...
On Monday, May 11, President Trump, referring to his administration's handling of the corona virus pandemic, said, "We have met the moment and we have prevailed". He insists that, under his leadership, the U.S. has dealt with the crisis better than -- far better than -- the rest of the world has...
• Turtles survived the asteroid that made dinosaurs extinct. • Turtles have a great capacity for healing and surviving injury. • Turtles have persisted despite great challenges and perils. • Turtles live for decades, some to 100. • Turtles stay in their shells when threatened.      As...
After consulting with the Select Board, Board of Health, Town Manager, Town Clerk, Police Chief and Fire Chief, I have decided to postpone the Spring Town Meeting until June 13th as explained in the attached Declaration of Recess and Continuance as required by state law. [See Full Declaration in...
To all Groton voters, I am a candidate for re-election to a second term on the Select Board, and would like to share some of my accomplishments on the Board.      Under my leadership, the Non-Profit Council, made up of representatives from Groton’s robust network of non-profit organizations,...
Earlier today we responded to many reports of people not properly adhering to social distancing and gathering recommendations made by Governor Baker. Outdoor recreational activities that bring people into close physical contact, such as a basketball or baseball games, are still prohibited, no...
Unique and exemplary!      If you fill out a request form on the Groton Public library website, and if the library has the book on the shelf, they will call you to tell you the date and time you can pick up the book at the curb, in a bag, within a big, plastic bin, with your name on the bag....
I want to take this opportunity to announce my candidacy as a write-in for the Groton Select Board at this year’s town election on June 9. This is not a decision I arrived at lightly, but one I made when it became apparent this year’s Select Board race was going to be uncontested.      Our town...
Dear Town Manager Haddad and Select Board Members,      Your decision to accept the Excel bid for sprinklers in the Prescott School and your continued support of this truly Center-of-our-Groton-Community is greatly appreciated by many of the people who trust and support you.      I thank you...
I want to thank Town Manager Mark Haddad for his decision this past week to accept the lowest bid for the Prescott School sprinkler system. It must not have been an easy decision, but by his actions, the CPA article for this project will now move forward to Spring Town Meeting. There we all will...

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