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*/ [The following is a transcription of Alan Hoch’s comments addressing the Board of Selectmen at a public hearing concerning Mr. Hoch’s complaint alleging a violation of the Open Meeting Law. Mr. Hoch’s comments have been edited slightly for written publication.]   I filed my public open meeting...
Dear Editor,    Massachusetts House Bill H. 2091, Automatic Voter Registration, which is being promoted by Deborah Santoro and Margaret Scarsdale of Indivisible Nashoba, is not a good idea.  As the bill is written, it provides very little protection against voter registration fraud.  Indeed,...
Dear Editor: As Past Commander of the Laurence W. Gay Post of the American Legion, I would like to thank the participants and prize donors for their support of the American Legion’s 59th Annual Turkey Raffle.    This event was a great success and will help fund our community service projects such...
Dear Editor:     As Indian Hill Music’s Executive Director, Chief Operating Officer and member of the Audit Committee, we would like to address allegations that Carole and Art Prest benefit financially from Carole’s Board service.    As Chairman of the Board of Indian Hill Music, Carole Prest...
To the Editor,     With all the recent mudslinging, we seem to have lost sight of the gift that the Music Center at Indian Hill will be. An enhanced music education experience for our students. A recital and concert hall with world-class acoustics. An amazing resource for our community!    The new...
Dear Editor,    The Commissioners of Trust Funds would like to recognize an important anniversary in the coming months. This December, The Community Children’s Fund, formerly known as Town Hall Santa, will be celebrating its  Town Hall Santa started as a way to help local families in need with...
*/ Dear Editor,    Democracies are built -- and thrive -- based on civic participation. Increased participation in the electoral process strengthens our democracy and makes it more resilient. Automatic Voter Registration (AVR) legislation could bring 700,000 eligible citizens into the electoral...
To The Editor,    At an open, but unpublicized, untelevised and sparsely attended meeting, the Board of Selectmen awarded Indian Hill a building permit discounted by hundreds of thousands of dollars. Not surprisingly, Indian Hill closed the deal by paying for the permit before the town even heard...
Dear Editor,    Let’s see if I got this right.   Our Selectmen voted in a private meeting in the Middle School cafeteria to reduce the building permit fee for the Indian Hill Music Center by over $350,000. Building permit fees are based on the cost of construction, which the Center wouldn’t...
*/ */ To the Editor:     The secret discussions held by the Groton Board of Selectmen to reduce Indian Hill’s building permit fees is an absolute, complete, and entirely unacceptable outrage.    The Board went into Executive (i.e., secret) Session at the suggestion of our Town Manager, Mark...

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