Special Notices

The Northwest Middlesex Community Outreach Initiative Network (COIN) is a ten town collaborative seeking to assist those suffering from substance use and/or mental health disorders by connecting them to services and treatment options available to them. If you are interested in talking with one of...
Informational sessions will be held at the senior center in February in order to inform residents of the needs of Groton’s growing senior population and the adequacy of our current senior center facility to meet their needs. (Four sessions have already been held this month, on January 11, 12, 14,...
Speaking for the Board of Assessors, Assessor Garret Boles advised Selectmen to adopt a single rate for both residential and commercial property. He pointed out that a shift of one cent from the residential rate would cause the commercial rate to increase by 12 cents. Boles said that the town needs...
A majority of the Planning board voted to approve the Indian Hill Site Plan with waivers and certain conditions. Members Barringer, Burke, Giger, Perkins and Vega voted for the plan with Scott Wilson opposed. Member Svarczkopf was absent. The text to the site plan agreement may be seen with this...
A public meeting to review the Complete Streets Committee's draft list of priority projects for Groton sidewalk, crosswalk, and bicycle lane construction; trail construction or extension; and directional and safety signage, will be held at Groton Town Hall on February 2 at 7p.m. in the second floor...
Groton Charter Review Committee will hold two public hearings Wednesday, January 18 at Groton Town Hall, 173 Main Street to solicit comments from town officials and town employees on proposed changes to the Town Charter. One session is scheduled from 10 a.m. to noon and the other from 7 to 9 p.m....
Groton Police Chief Donald Palma reminds residents that Winter Parking Regulations are now in effect. Article IV, Section 5 of the Town Bylaws prohibit parking on any public way for more than one hour between 1 a.m. and 6 a.m. from Nov. 15 to April 15, Offenders will be issued parking tickets. The...
Groton Animal Control reminds pet owners to license dogs before March 1. Proof of valid inoculation against rabies and distemper is required. If Animal Control picks up a dog with a current Groton registration, they will return the dog home one time only instead of taking the dog to the Town...
Groton Charter Review Committee will hold two public hearings on Wednesday, January 18 at Groton Town Hall, 173 Main Street, to solicit comments from town officials and town employees, as well as the public, on proposed changes to the Town Charter. One session is scheduled from10 a.m. to noon and...
State Fire Marshal Peter J. Ostroskey says, “Start the new year off right by promptly disposing of your Christmas tree. A dried out Christmas tree will ignite quickly and spread a fire very fast.” In Groton, Christmas trees may be disposed of at the Transfer Station for a fee starting at $5...

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