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Paula Lantz’ dog ‘Cody’ was rescued by Groton Fire Department Dec. 19.

To The Editor,   I am writing this letter to send a great big thank you to the Groton Fire Department for saving my six-year old rescue dog named Cody, a Sheltie, who fell through the ice on Lake Massapog on Tuesday afternoon December 19.     I let Cody out and when I when I called to him, he didn’...
To The Editor,   Start the new year off right by promptly disposing of your Christmas tree. A dried out Christmas tree will ignite quickly and spread a fire very fast.     Whether your tradition is to put up your Christmas tree right after Thanksgiving or just before Christmas, trees should be...
*/ The Reflection Connection section of The Groton Herald [below] is reserved for items with no obvious home in a traditional story or section of the newspaper. Items printed here are an eclectic mix of opinion, ideas, observations, insights, quotes, transcripts and personal reminiscence.       ...
To The Editor:      As a 35-year resident of Old Ayer Road and a neighbor of Don Priest, then Andrew Rosenberger, and finally Indian Hill Music Center, I feel that the current controversy over the Indian Hill Music Center is unfair and misleading.    Allow me to sketch a brief history. When Don...
Dear Editor,  Everyone knows that summer is the height of tick season since we tend to find them crawling on our legs, or in our pets’ fur. However, recent studies have shown that ticks are striking more frequently in the winter than before. This is becoming a serious issue that needs to be...
To The Editor,        Some folks believe that Indian Hill Music got a deal on the permit fee and Indian Hill should now justify this decision.  What? Why? Indian Hill did not approve the permit fee. It is the Groton Board of Selectmen that approved the permit fee, but yet Indian Hill is made to...
To the Editor:          From the Massachusetts OML: The purpose of the Open Meeting Law is to ensure transparency in the deliberations on which public policy is based. Because the democratic process depends on the public having knowledge about the considerations underlying governmental action, the...
Dear Editor,     On November 18, 2017, Groton Community School hosted its 13th annual Groton Community Home Tour.  The event was, by all measures, a wonderful success, and we would like to take this opportunity to thank those who contributed to that success.     We are so grateful to the homeowners...
Dear Groton Board of Selectmen:      After hearing the most recent BoS meetings’ discussions regarding the use of executive session to determine the building permit fee for the IHM project, I would like to ask if our town is following the building permit fee regulations outlined by the state.    ...
To Barry Pease,      I want to express my appreciation for your motion last night to reverse the Groton BOS decision to send a letter to the AG. It takes courage and backbone to stand up to misinformation and misguided assumptions. I was glad to see you succeed in that effort.   Anna Eliot */

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