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A 'new' Groton Inn concept plan, one that has as its the goal to create an historically accurate structure, will be shared with Groton voters for their approval at the fall Town Meeting on October 21st. Plans for the development of the former Groton Inn site are quickly evolving, as two key members...
Backtracking, asserting their presentation at Selectmen's July 15 meeting had been 'unclear', representatives for the proposed building on the Myette property at 120 Boston Road said no trees would be cut down along Route 119 bordering the golf course. Improving lines of sight when approaching...
The Wetlands Bylaw review committee presented preliminary proposals for new wetlands bylaws at the July 29 Selectmen's meeting, seeking 'critiques and input' from town officials and residents. Review committee member Bob Pine said these ideas and comments would be incorporated into existing drafts...
Selectmen agreed at their July 1 meeting to implement changes at the intersection of Main St. and Station Ave. to improve pedestrian safety especially in situations where people have to cross Main St. to get to the other side. Selectmen are considering measures that would improve pedestrians...
Bob Ansel of PC Realty Trust, owner of the Myette property at 120 Boston Rd. (Route 119), appeared before Selectmen to request a license agreement with the town to cut down trees and thin vegetation along a stretch of Route 119 that is part of town-owned land that forms a buffer area between Groton...
New Town Hall parking lot, for overflow, built by DPW on land owned by Steve Webber. The lot sports a crushed gravel surface so that options for future use by the owner are kept open.
Beacon Hill Roll Call Volume 38 -Report No. 29 July 15-19, 2013 Copyright © 2013 Beacon Hill Roll Call. All Rights Reserved. THE HOUSE AND SENATE: Beacon Hill Roll Call records votes of local representatives on two roll calls and local senators on four from the week of July 15-19. Last week's...
THE HOUSE AND SENATE: Beacon Hill Roll Call records votes of local representatives on two roll calls and local senators on four from the week of July 15-19. Last week's action in the Legislature again centered around a Democratic leadership-sponsored transportation package that includes $500...
Groton Electric Light Department [GELD] recently voted to reduce its Payment In-lieu of Taxes [PILOT] to the town by $15,000 for fiscal year 2013 as both a form of protest for the cost, complexity, and arbitrary nature of the permitting process for its new proposed building on Station Avenue, and...
Cynthia Tuttle, 53 of Ayer has pled guilty to charges of embezzlement from North Middlesex Savings Bank in Groton and received 3 years' probation, 90 days in the House of Correction, restitution of $94,270 to the bank, must obtain and maintain employment, and must attend Gambler's Anonymous...

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