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To The People of Groton,    Groton’s annual Memorial Day observance will be held on Monday May 28 and will consist of a parade with ceremonies at the Main Street Common, Old Burying Ground, Groton Cemetery, and Sawyer Common. As always the parade honors veterans of all wars, but this year’s special...
To The Editor:   Thank you for the extensive article about the Duck Pond Restoration Project, one of the Community Preservation Committee’s proposals for Spring Town Meeting.    While the article accurately summarizes the CPC application and broad community support, I would like to add a caption...
To The Editor,    For many years I have served as the local volunteer coordinator of the National Letter Carriers’ Food Drive, now in its 26th year, taking place next Saturday, May 12, working with the local postmasters within our 8-town area to help them implement this annual, national food drive...
Right, wrong or indifferent, Groton Town Meeting is the democratic process in which the registered Groton voters come together and deliberate over what they want to fund in the upcoming fiscal year and vote to appropriate those funds.     The age demographic of the attendants of Groton Town Meeting...
Dear Citizens of Groton,       The Herald’s article on the Duck Pond Restoration while very informative needs a bit of clarification. Not all lakes and ponds are the same and each one requires individual study to determine the type of restoration to be initiated.    Duck Pond’s limnology (physical...
Dear Editor,    The long and enduring legacy of Prescott School represents Groton’s history and today symbolizes its future.  Listed on the National and State Registry of Historic Buildings, Prescott School has stood for nearly a century as a landmark helping define Groton’s character.    In spring...
Dear Groton Voters:    In the next few weeks Groton Town Meeting participants will have an opportunity to stand against the corrupting influence of money in politics that prevents the will of the people from informing the laws of our commonwealth and nation. They can do this by instructing our...
Dear Editor:    Nashoba Valley Chamber of Commerce has joined the Coalition to Protect Patient Safety in opposition to the proposed nurse staffing ballot question. The Chamber’s members include Clinton Hospital, Nashoba Valley Medical Center, TaraVista Behavioral Health Center, and UMass Memorial–...
Dear Editor:     I have just reviewed the article on the legal problems regarding funding for the Old Groton Meeting House and I appreciate the general level of even-handedness of the reporting on the issue.       Massachusetts has a special problem with historic buildings that originated as...
On Apr 10, 2018, at 10:05 AM, Alison Manugian <alisonmanugian@gmail.com> posted to talkaboutgroton: “Perhaps it’s time to reconsider Prop 2 1/2 - which effectively bars communities from funding locally what the state has mandated or ‘opted’ not to fund.” */

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