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Town Clerk Mike Bouchard reports that with nomination season starting Feb.4, the following have taken out nomination papers for Groton Town Offices:   Leslie Wickfield, Trust Commissioner, one-year term Donald Black, Assessor, three-year term Donald Black, Park Commissioner, one-year term Mark...
 The Select Board voted to grant a Common Victualler’s License to the Station House Restaurant, including the hours of operation from Sunday through Saturday from 8 a.m. to 12 midnight. The long-awaited restaurant is scheduling an opening sometime in April. Stay tuned for more information. */
• The Groton Select Board voted to move forward with the three Bond Anticipation Notes for $1,040,485 to cover Highway Department equipment, Safety radios, and Whitney Well project. Town Treasurer Michael Hartnett explained that these are short-term notes that came in at 2.29 percent, which he...
The Select Board ratified the Town Manager’s appointment of Peter Violette as a Patrolman for the Police Department. Violette has served in law enforcement for more than 29 years, most recently as a Sergeant in the Town of Shirley. */
Transactions for the period July 19 to August 28, 2018.
Greater Lowell Community Foundation has awarded a total $135,500 to 18 nonprofit organizations through its 2018 Discretionary Grants Program. These grant awards are part of a competitive grant process in which nonprofit organizations apply for funds and an independent committee reviews the...
• Now You Can Text Emergencies to 911      Public Safety and Security Secretary Tom Turco announced that cell phone users can now text an emergency to 911 if they are unable to place a call.   Contacted by the Groton Herald, the Groton Police Department confirmed that the capability to text...
Groton Police Chief Michael Luth reminds residents and visitors to Groton that Winter Parking Regulations are now in effect. Article IV, Section 5 of the Town By-Laws prohibits parking on any public way for more than one hour between the hours of 1:00 a.m. and 6 a.m. from November 15 to April 15....
by Connie Sartini      Department of Public Works Director Tom Delaney presented an overview of his budget to the joint Select Board/Finance Committee on Saturday morning. He advised that the expenses for fuel and energy has not changed much since last year. “The only thing that has changed is...
by Connie Sartini        The Select Board voted to approve a new manager application for the Forge and Vine Restaurant and the Groton inn related to their alcohol license. Patricia Tompkins is the Director of Food and Beverages for the Groton Inn.     Co-owner of the Groton Inn John Amaral told the...

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