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To the Editor: Although a member of the Groton Town Meeting Review Study Committee, I'm drafting this letter as a private citizen. The Groton Town Meeting Survey, sent out with Groton Electric Light Department's most recent billing, represents a singular opportunity to endorse (and/or suggest)...
To the Editor: The Williams Barn Committee would like to thanks everyone who made this year's field trip to the Williams Barn such a success. On June 3, 4 and 5, the third grade classes from Swallow Union and Florence Roche elementary schools attended the annual field trip to learn about the town'...
Dear Editor, If you want higher taxes, more government intrusion into your life, more gun control laws that don't stop crime but disarm the honest citizen, then vote for Ed Markey for US Senator on June 25. Congressman Markey purports to represent the people of Massachusetts, but he apparently...
Dear Editor: Groton Grange would like to thank everyone who came out to our annual Memorial Day pancake breakfast and made it a huge success. This was our biggest year by far as we severed four types of pancakes and sausages to more than 100 hungry patrons prior to the parade and were able to...
Dear Editor: On behalf of the members of Laurence W. Gay Post 55 of the American Legion, I would like to extend our thanks to all who were part of Groton's Memorial Day parade this year. We extend our special thanks to our Grand Marshall, Maj Gen Craig Olson, Program Executive Officer for 3CI and...
To the GDRHS Community, Groton-Dunstable Athletic Booster Club would like to take this opportunity to thank all student-athletes from GDRHS who participated in this year's Phonathon and, as well, to all residents of Groton and Dunstable who received their calls and responded with a generous pledge...
(Ed. Note: The following letter was sent to Russ Hoyt, Director of Boutwell Early Childhood Learning Center) Dear Mr. Hoyt, Please pass on our sincere thanks and gratitude to the staff and especially the kids for taking part and making the JDRF School Walk a resounding success. In addition to...
Dear Editor: Before Mr. Haddad, Town Manager, follows through on Mr. Widmayer's plea to "Tear down this (Berlin) wall!" he might want to consider a simpler solution: Extend the sidewalk from Old Ayer Road to Skyfields Drive. Better: Make it to Skyfields Farms, where I live. Cordially, Emil B....
Dear Editor. While I sympathize with Gus Widmayer (See Letters to the Editor, May 10 issue), some of his conclusions don't necessarily work out.  First, let me just say that Lover's Lane from the Country Club to Lowell Road is, indeed a gem, and the Town ought to assert it's ownership of that...
Dear Editor: Who can forget the celebrated moment in 1989 when then President Ronald Reagan seized on the movement in Germany to unify its two halves separated by the Berlin Wall? President Reagan will forever be remembered for his cry to the Russian President, "Mr. Gorbachev, tear down this wall...

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