Letters

Dear Editor: For the past several years I have been the local coordinator for the National Letter Carriers' Food Drive, now in its 21st year and taking place next Saturday, May 11, working with local postmasters within our nine-town area to help them implement this annual, national food drive, the...
Dear Editor: Last week's editorial provided readers with a fair and accurate analysis of the recent brouhaha concerning the Personnel Board. By failing to pursue the issue further after Fall 2011 Town Meeting, a question was left unresolved concerning the administration of the personnel bylaw and...
Dear Editor: Let me tell you about Patriot's Day. Emerging from the long New England winter with the first tangible suggestions of spring pushing up from the ground, you might have gone on a bike ride, or a hike. Maybe you even went to some event in your town, or a neighboring town, on this Monday...
To the Editor: There are occasions, very rare occasions at that, when a combination of personal acquaintance and experience, and unusual circumstance, permits one a unique opportunity to endorse two public servants with one (written) breath. As most know by now, Messers Stuart Schulman and Josh...
Dear Editor: We have all been saddened to read the news of the past week and we abhor the violence that has been perpetrated on so many innocent people. Groton Interfaith Council would like to remind everyone in our community that we should recognize that these acts of hate were conducted by a...
Dear Editor: Most of us seek and stay within a familiar track, most of the time. It's human nature to take the road more travelled. We buy morning coffee at the same store, groceries at the same market, drive the same roads to go to work, basically meet the same people every day. Most of the time...
Dear Editor Annual Spring Town Meeting is scheduled to begin at 7 p.m., Monday, April 22, in the auditorium of Groton-Dunstable Middle School. As a second night will almost certainly be required to complete the business, the plan is to resume the meeting the following evening, Tuesday, April 23,...
Dear Editor There is considerable evidence that our community shows appreciation for our local farmers through expanding CSA subscriptions and healthy attendance numbers at our weekly farmers' market. School gardens and community gardens were very much a part of the local scene at the beginning of...
Dear Editor, Let's give the children of Groton a chance to play team sports on safe fields. Volunteer boards for baseball, football, lacrosse, soccer and softball collectively provide opportunity for over 1500 girls and boys. The current number of fields is inadequate resulting in over use, poor...
Dear Editor,   On behalf of the Groton Garden Club, I would like to thank our community for coming out on a crisp spring day to celebrate our club's 90th anniversary and to hear our guest speaker, Paul Steen, present his ideas on water conservation.     Additionally, I would like to extend many...

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