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Selectmen’s weekly meetings will revert to the traditional start time of 7 p.m. as of Monday, Sept. 19. Selectman Josh Degen requested the return to the 7 p.m. start time as the earlier 6 p.m. meeting time affected his business. Proprietor of Earthscape Landscaping, Degen said the hour makes a huge...
Fall Annual Town Meeting - scheduled for Monday, Oct. 17 - will feature a number of expense articles for voter action. A public hearing on the proposed warrant is scheduled with the Board of Selectmen and the Finance Committee for Monday, September 12 at 6:30 p.m. in Town Hall’s first floor meeting...
Under Mass. State Law, towns with property in 61A for agricultural and/or horticultural use have the right of first refusal to purchase the land when it comes up for sale before it is placed on the open market. Last week, the Board of Selectmen was asked by conservationists to exercise that right...
Finance Committee Selectmen have appointed long-time resident Lorraine Leonard to the Finance Committee. FinCom Member Bud Robertson said “Lorraine has a great background”. She served on the Fincom for 4-1/2 years about ten years ago. She recently retired as Finance Director and Town Accountant for...
Subscriptions to the Groton Herald are now a flat rate of $33 for 48 issues. This subscription includes both printed edition and our online website www.grotonherald.com which is no longer available to non-subscribers. To subscribe please send a check for $33 to The Groton Herald, P.O. Box 610,...
Join Us This Season! Adults and children (3rd grade and up) are invited to join in this much-loved annual Christmas event. All are welcome – no auditions!  Rehearsals at Lawrence Academy begin Sun. Sept. 25. Children: 4:30-6:15 PM Sundays; Adults: 7 – 9 PM Sundays. Concerts are Sun. Dec. 11 at 2...
Planning Board member John Giger and Fire Chief Steele McCurdy have been working for the last several months to craft a modification to the Subdivision Regulations that provide options to new residential developments in Groton to install in-home sprinkler systems or cisterns. These are proposed for...
   Contributing your special interests and skills to bettering Groton can be very rewarding. Here is a chance to meet and get to know some incredible people you would never know otherwise. Participating with other committed people in governing your town is one of the great blessings of local self-...
To All Customers of the West Groton Water Supply District: Due to the current drought conditions in most of Massachusetts, Energy and Environmental Affairs Secretary Matthew Beaton issued a Drought Warning for Central and Northeast Massachusetts.  The Department of Environmental Protection (DEP)...
   Water Superintendent Tom Orcutt reports that Water Department outside watering restrictions are having their intended effect. Water consumption is down significantly. The good news is that – now - the aquifer is not being depleted, but neither is it being replenished – that will require a...

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