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Dear Lake Residents and Visitors,   This is a particularly beautiful time of the year here at our lake. Our returning swan is sitting on her nest; the muskrats are active as are the beaver. The bald eagle has made its appearance a few times and hopefully everyone has remained healthy through...
I'm always surprised to see lone walkers or cyclists wearing a mask outside. I see couples who probably live together walking along wearing a mask. Groton is a small town and while walking you rarely pass other people. Even if you do, its very simple to cross the street or engage in social...
Having known Becky Pine for most of the 29 years I’ve lived in Groton, I trust her judgment, her skills, her experience, and her common sense.      If Groton is serious about building affordable housing, and if the Select Board is serious about meeting their own identified goal of increasing...
To the members of the Select Board and Affordable Housing Trust,       I am writing to request that the Town of Groton please provide me with a loan in the amount of $412,000, to be forgiven entirely within the next 10 years or so. I fully intend to repay this loan once I am paid for other...
The United States is ready to take action on climate change. The remaining question is: how exactly will this be done?      Now is the time to send in your input! Please ask your Congressmen to support Carbon Fee and Dividend legislation, since it is a win-win for the climate and for citizens....
Dear School Committee Members and School Administration, 3/25/21      I am writing in response to the January 27 presentation by members of the Racial and Social Justice Group (RSJG) and in response to the March 17 school committee workshop meeting. The RSJG presentation brought to light...
Dear Community Members and Friends of Groton Community School,   I’m very pleased to share the news that Groton Community School is up and running in our newly expanded and reimagined space at 110 Boston Road! Thanks to the support and diligence of many friends and community members, this...
This letter is Josh Degen’s reply to Mr. Tom Park, Jr.’s letter printed in last week’s edition.   Mr. Park   I just finished reading your letter to the editor from the March 19, 2021 edition of the Groton Herald. It must have been easy for you to tap away at a keyboard without having the...
On behalf of the members of the Groton Garden Club, I would like to thank the townspeople of Groton and the surrounding communities who overwhelmingly supported our recent Annual Public Lecture on the topic of Natural Control of Pesky Invasive Plants. We had to shift to a virtual lecture this...
I want to thank the voters and candidates who attended the Voter Sign & Go! event on March 20. At the event, about 30 voters signed the nomination papers of candidates for elected town office. They pushed many of them past the requirement of 50 voter signatures to qualify for the May 25...

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