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Planning Board's Proposal To Eliminate Concept Plan Approval by Town Meeting Draws Skepticism, Incredulity [with video]

"I have no idea of what you just said, and I am sure that a large portion of the voters will feel the same way," Selectman Jack Petropoulos told Land Use Director Michelle Collette after she explained the two Planning Board articles slated for Fall Town Meeting Warrant that propose to amend zoning bylaws to eliminate the Concept Plan that is approved by voters, and replace it with "planned development districts" under a Special Permit that will be granted vote of a majority of the Planning Bo

Boutwell Open House at Groton Historical Society on Saturday, October 5

On Saturday, Oct. 5 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., Groton Historical Society is sponsoring an Open House of its headquarters, Boutwell House at 172 Main Street.  Over the last two years, a great deal of work has been completed to stabilize the building, repair damage and update the systems to bring the it into the 21st century.   

Selectmen At Odds Over Many Articles On Fall Town Meeting Warrant [with video]

Article 2 on the Oct. 21 Fall Town Meeting Warrant seeking additional funds for the FY14 budget continues to cause controversy among members of the Board of Selectmen, and a concern that this article may take significant time for discussion. This would be presented to voters as an amendment and the changes would be voted line item by line item.

Cub Scouts on the Job at Grotonfest

Top photo, Cub Scout Pack 11, Den 3 with Cubmaster Mike Egan and Scouts Trey Palmer, CJ Schuster and Dakota Palmer collected and sorted through recyclables at Grotonfest. Photo by Nancy Ohringer

Bottom photo, , Cub Scout Pack 11, Den 2 with Committees Chair Keith Hooper, and Scouts Tommy Onishi, Matthew Egan, Liam Clinton, Carter Hill and Trystan Hooper helped collect and sort through recyclable trash at Grotonfest. Photo by Nancy Ohringer


CHAIR REPAIRS. Tighten loose or shaky chairs. Broken chair parts repaired or replaced. Free estimates. Pick up/drop off service included. Call Jim Hubert at 978-302-5611. 12/20


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