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By the time you read this, Groton will have voted on the new Florence Roche School (FloRo) and I sincerely hope the funding has been approved. Of the many controversies we have discussed, the biggest is the idea that the new school should be net-zero; i.e. with all electric heating and cooling...
Dear Groton Voters,   This letter is in response to Marlena Gilbert's letter in the 5/14/21 issue of the Groton Herald. I am tired of the excuses from all those that still embrace fossil fuels and refuse to make the necessary changes required to curtail the climate crisis we are living...
We second Paul Fitzgerald's letter in the May 14 paper.   Phil and Kathy Pietras
Turtles are frequent travelers when the weather warms! Some local, radio tracked turtles have moved as much as two miles within a few days!      Between April and November, turtles seek different habitats for food, shelter, romance and nesting, always moving with determination and focus...
The Town Election will be held May 25, with polling hours from 7 am to 8 pm. Precinct 1 will vote at The Groton Center (formerly the Senior Center). Precincts 2 and 3 will vote at the Groton-Dunstable Middle School.      All town offices are on the ballot. Voters will choose a new Select Board...
With the upcoming elections in Groton and Dunstable soon approaching, I felt compelled to write a small note of acknowledgment and appreciation for my fellow School Committee Members that have chosen to put their name forward to serve their towns for another term.      As the Groton-Dunstable...
Wanted: One Select Board member who is a critical thinker, has proven experience in all facets of town government, and whose only agenda is to do what is in the best interest of all Groton citizens.      Peter Cunningham is the only candidate running for office this year that has been an active...
Once again, Groton voters have a choice for this year's Select Board race. I write to express my strong support for Craig Bennett.      Craig presently has two girls at GD. One can therefore expect he will support the schools as appropriate. However, Craig is a working man and he is aware...
Dear Groton Voters,   After reading the LTE named, “Dirty Fossil Fuels in A Brand-New School?” in the Groton Herald last week it was abundantly clear to me that we have some community members that are not aware of the incredible amount of research, debate and analysis conducted on the topic...
Did you know the School Committee added a new position to the 2022 budget, “Coordinator of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, & Wellness”. That means our schools are no longer, “committed to providing the best possible education for each student” as the mission statement claims. Now all students...

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