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Chairman of the Board of Assessors Garrett Boles advised Selectmen Monday night that the town has $283K in new growth, and based on that, levy limit next year would be $25,440,159 leading to an estimated tax rate of $16.85 per thousand dollars of valuation. Bowles also reported that his board is...
Groton's top administrator, Town Manager Mark Haddad, will continue to serve in his leadership capacity for the next three years following a vote by the majority of Selectmen to renew his contract through July 2016. The Board's meeting on Nov. 13 was called specifically to act on renewal of the...
This small-town newspaper - the Groton Herald - symbolically entered the 21st Century this week by publishing an on-line edition of the paper. Asked what took so long, Editor Russ Harris said, "Rip Van Winkle woke up, and so did we." Publisher Deborah Johnson said the Herald is committed to...
Bertozzi Farms subdivision is looking at its fourth potential buyer in just the last two years according to Quintin Tigs, the trustee for the property owner Jim Xarras. Tigs told Planning Board, "We want to sell the property. We believe that we have done everything required and the owner has no...
Attorney Bob Collins, representing Groton Electric Light Department, presented Town Center Overlay District Committee (TCODC) with four different versions of drawings for their new facility on Station Ave. GELD wanted to keep the feeling of the old train station that was once located at the very...
West Groton Water Supply District PWSID# 2115001 has recently violated a Drinking Water Standard. Although this incident was not an emergency, customers have a right to know what happened, and what was done to correct this situation. Drinking water is routinely monitored for contaminants. On Nov...
Independent Groton voters split their ballot by voting to reelect Barack Obama for President and Scott Brown for U. S. Senator. Statewide, it was a Democratic sweep as voters in Massachusetts cast their ballots to reelect Barack Obama for President and to return the U. S. Senate seat once held by...
Ixtapa Mexican Restaurant & Grill, a new, family-oriented establishment, slated to open in Groton right after the first of the new year, received a key approval from Selectmen for new Common Victular and All Alcohol liquor license. Town Manager Mark Haddad advised Selectmen that the Board of...
Students at all grade levels in Groton Dunstable Regional School District continue to score significantly above the state average on MCAS Tests administered in 2012. According to information presented to the School Committee at their Oct. 10 meeting, approximately 80 percent of all students at the...
Representatives from the architectural firm of Dore & Whittier and an engineer from Gale Associates met with the Planning Board to lay out the latest data during the Site Plan Review for the proposed new Center Fire Station to be located at one end of a scenic hayfield on Farmers Row. Planning...

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