Letters

Dear Editor, On behalf of the Groton seniors, the Groton COA Board of Directors and staff, we would like to thank the following organization/residents for the very generous gifts they donated to the Council on Aging for Groton senior residents during the Holiday Season 2016: - The Shepherd of the...
To the Editor, Happy New Year from the UK! I used to live in, and grew up in, and went through the school system all in Groton. I love my home town very much, and come back for a couple of weeks each year to visit my family. Over the years, I have been so grateful for the webcam that was used to...
To The Editor, I read with interest in the Dec. 23 edition of the Groton Herald about GELD’s proposed gas turbine generation facility. I spent a decade of my early career in the energy industry, much of that focused on power supply planning and economics, and I continue to stay abreast of...
Dear Editor, I recently read an article about desirable small towns designated as such because of their intentional avoidance to become something other than what they have always been. It described Groton as having “perhaps the most accurate New England look”. That same article mentions a...
Dear Santa Claus, Last year I asked you for a slimmer body and a fatter bank account. Somehow, you got the two switched. I’m asking for the same things this year. Please get it right this time. Merry Christmas, A. Hugh Jasse Longing-Lean Lane Groton, MA
To The Editor: There has been much scrutiny and debate on the assessment of property in order to determine the tax rate for the town of Groton. I applaud the Board of Assessors and in particular Jennifer Evans bringing to attention how the Board of Assessors calculated property values. The Board...
Russell Burke, Chairman, Groton Planning Board:      My husband and I have lived in Groton for 54 years. We moved to Groton from Sudbury in 1962 because we thought that Groton was the ideal town in which to raise our 3 young children. We were impressed by Groton’s beauty, the cultural and...
Dear Editor,      A six story tower for 2,500 people is in the planning stages to “celebrate the rural character of Groton.”  Is this an article from the satirical paper the Onion?      A great cultural institution in the region, Indian Hill Music, has plans for a state of the art complex on the...
To The Editor,     Groton now has a “Town Meeting Committee”(TMC) appointed to help select a site for a possible future senior center. They’re to recommend their choice for a site to the Selectmen and the Feasibility Study Committee.     They are considering (3) possibilities, which have been...
Open Letter to the Groton Selectmen:    I am here to ask you to please keep a continuing open mind regarding our Senior population here in Groton.  There have been many speculations, accusations and misleading statements regarding what is best for our Senior Citizens and what they want from Groton...

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