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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...
The Groton Herald is always eye-opening. "The Fate of Groton Colonials Who Rejected The Revolution" was a revelation. Thank you Joshua Vollmar! Required reading for any classroom. What was clear from Mr. Vollmar's piece is that citizens who are likeminded can put pressure to bear on others who...
A letter appearing in the April 23 issue of the Herald, "Is MIAA's Mask Mandate Putting Kids At Risk?” cited six sources that argued that the mandate was in fact harmful to a student-athlete's health. The writer stated that "There are hundreds of doctors (many who have been censored and removed...
Now that there is some movement toward What-Was, it’s crucial that we support our local businesses. Many have lost income, and some have gone out of business. Some of us bought a plethora of things on-line. Now’s the time to remember our local restaurants, fitness center, retail businesses the...
I have a number of concerns about the proposed new, very large and VERY expensive Florence Roche school. I will only discuss two as to not take up too much space in this letter.      First and foremost, why are we building a new “state of the art” school that is supposed to last 50+ years that...
Groton Grange would like to thank all Groton residents who took part in this year’s Town-Wide-Litter Clean-up. Despite Sunday’s wet weather there was a good turn-out. As usual, the Mountain Lakes Association’s participation was much appreciated. We thank Groton Cub Pack 12 for their participation...

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