Letters

Dear Editor:      In a recent article in the Groton Herald about the 2100 acres of town owned conservation land, Josh Degan asked the question, “ How much land is enough?”. Jack Petropoulos, in the same article, stated “ There is a point where there is enough land “. Often, the argument is made...
Dear Editor, We, the senior citizens who live here in Groton are active, interesting, talented and well-traveled people. We have lived long useful lives and hope to remain active for many years to come. Our Groton Senior Center allows us to enjoy many interesting and active opportunities that...
Dear Editor: As a founding board member of Indian Hill Music and past president, I am over the moon with the real prospect of IHM returning to Groton.  Coincidentally, right across the road from the street which gave it their name, Indian Hill Road.  The founders of Indian Hill Arts, as it...
Dear Editor, I am amazed and concerned about what has been going on in the Assessor’s Office regarding home valuation information that is to be provided to the State DOR and used to determine the property tax that each of us must pay on our homes. I cannot believe that two of our town employees...
Dear Editor: Groton Garden Club wishes to thank Groton Fire Department for the opportunity to collaborate with them to create a program for both youth and their parents about the importance of fire safety. Groton Fire Department was instrumental in helping Groton Garden Club create a program to...
My name is Bill Knuff. I live at 71 Smith Street, Groton, MA 01450. I am writing to register my support for the Indian Hill Music Center project under development on the Geils and Rosenberger properties on Old Ayer Road. I have been a resident of Groton dating back to the 1970’s and have...
Dear Editor: Once again the simple elegance of the Gibbet Hill barn was the perfect backdrop for a beautiful expression of gratitude and community. On Thursday, November 17, Groton seniors were invited to the barn to gather as a community, and celebrate the Thanksgiving holiday. Through the...
Dear Editor: On November 18, 2016 at 3:30PM a significant economic development event occurred after decades of talk. Jay Ash, the Massachusetts Secretary of Housing and Economic Development, came to Groton to present a MassWorks infrastructure grant for almost $2.1 million to fund the economic...
Dear Editor:              In the week following election day, 701 incidents of hateful harassment were reported to the Southern Poverty Law Center. These incidents have been directed toward immigrants or people who are perceived to be immigrants, people of color, Jews, Muslims and LGBTQ people....
To the Editor: We are writing to express our strong support for the Indian Hill project on Old Ayer Road. We have lived in town for over 20 years, in close proximity to the proposed project. We are also long time supporters of Indian Hill and its mission, and know well the character and integrity...

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