Letters

Dear Editor: Paul and I are 12-year residents of Groton, living at 57 Old Ayer Road.  We want to express our support for Indian Hill Music and their music school and performing arts project in Groton.  We have personally enjoyed concerts that Indian Hill music has performed at the Littleton High...
Dear Editor: I walked into the Veterans Day Ceremony’s at the Fire Station here in Groton, knowing that my husband was going to receive the American flag in honor of his father, Richard E. Chalmers Sr., who passed away late in September. The pride I felt was real. My heart was filled with love for...
Dear Editor: Despite all of the yes men giving their approval to the Indian Hill project, we must look at it differently. One of the members pointed out the devaluation factor to the abutters’ real estate due to noise and traffic. We think the Planning Board should hire an independent real estate...
Dear Editor: The Sister Lydia Longley Madeleine Knights of Columbus Council would like to extend a HUGE thank you to the communities of Groton and Pepperell for making this year’s Tootsie Roll Drive another success. We held our annual Tootsie Roll drive to benefit Massachusetts children with...
Open Letter To Planning Board: It was with excitement that my husband Tom Crow and I learned of the plans for Indian Hill Music to return to Groton on the site across from our home and face the site after which it was originally named. After seeing the designs and learning more of the details our...
It has been brought to my attention that there have been some questions raised by some citizens of Groton about the facilities proposed by Indian Hill Music to be constructed on Old Ayer Road. As a resident of Old Ayer Road for 35 years and a proud member of the Indian Hill Big Band, I wish to...
Open Letter To Planning Board: I have been a resident of Groton for more than 30 years and I care deeply for this town.  I am writing this letter because I am very much in support of the proposed music center from Indian Hill Music. Over the years, I have been to several Indian Hill concerts and a...
Dear Residents of Groton: On behalf of the Groton Community Preservation Commission (CPC), I’m writing to announce the kickoff of the annual application cycle for projects requesting Community Preservation Act (CPA) funding. The CPA was established to provide funding for projects focused on...
Dear Editor: Even though there are signs that the economy is improving a bit, there are still over 800 families, your neighbors and mine, who continue to need help. They are struggling to pay their mortgage or rent, purchase needed medications and provide a basic necessity – food. The upcoming...
Dear Editor: My heart is completely overflowing with emotion as I write this letter. Just over a week ago, our lives were forever changed. The Groton Dunstable Football team, community, Stephanie Tully, Braun Ability, Ally Financial, and Mobility Works all came together to present our son with a...

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