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When Boynton Meadows development at 134 Main Street was first proposed and approved in 2011, the Planning Board expressed their hope that the multi-use development would feature more commercial space than was originally in the plan. Responding to that desire, Senate Construction President Bob...
The School Committee is considering an article for placement on the annual Town Meeting warrant which would provide significant funding support for technology upgrades in the District. The article would ask voters to approve expenditure of $700,955 to make upgrades in the District's wired and...
Planning Board Chairman John Giger advised the Board that on Tuesday, March 19 at 7 p.m. at Town Hall, Planners will meet with members of the Historic Districts Commission (HDC) to discuss their respective jurisdictional issues and reaffirm their respective roles and responsibilities. "Our first...
The polling location for Precincts 2 and 3 has been moved to the Prescott School gym, following a vote by Selectmen. This location will be in operation for the April 30 joint local and state primary election. Voters from these precincts will access the facility from the rear of the building which...
Groton seniors who participate in the Senior Work Program will soon receive a letter from the town informing them that they and the town are subject to the Federal Tax Code that considers those in the program as 'employees' and thus are subject to withholding of FICA and taxes. Also as employees...
Town Manager Mark Haddad advised Selectmen that after reviewing the three lowest bidders for construction of the new Center Fire Station, the recommendation from the Building Committee, Building Inspector and Owner's Project Manager (OPM) is to award the project to TLT Corporation, the lowest...
Groton Dunstable Regional School Committee held a public hearing Feb. 13 on its proposed budget for fiscal 2014 which runs from July 2013 to June 2014. The proposed budget includes a modest increase in the operating budget and reverses a four-year trend of level-funded or declining budgets. Total...
Town Clerk Michael Bouchard updated Selectmen about two ballot elections that will come before the town due to resignation of the Massachusetts US senator, a primary and an actual election for the replacement. He is expecting a special primary election to be held April 30, with the state election...
Recently retired Town Accountant Valerie Jenkins has returned to Town Hall, this time serving as interim Finance Director, while Joan Tallent will serve as interim Tax Collector/Treasurer due to the unexpected resignation of Victoria Smith, who held that position for close to two years. Town...

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