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Groton's Fall Town Meeting will be held beginning Monday, Oct. 20 at the Performing Arts Center located in Groton-Dunstable Middle School South, 344 Main St. Town Meeting is open to all registered voters of Groton. If you have questions about your voter status, contact the Town Clerk's office at...
The deadline to request an Absentee Ballot for the November 4 state election is Monday, November 3 at 12 PM (Noon). Because of the interest in this election and the often last minute need for absentee ballots, the Town Clerk's Office will extend its normal hours to include: • Friday, October 31 -...
On Monday, October 6, a new era in the storied history of the Groton Inn property commenced as ownership of the iconic Main Street property transferred from the Pergantis family to Chris Ferris and Richard Cooper of 128 Main Street LLC, new developers of the site. Mr. Ferris thanked the Pergantis...
GROTON FALL TOWN MEEITNG Plan ahead! Groton's Fall Town Meeting will be held beginning Monday, Oct. 20 at the Performing Arts Center located in Groton-Dunstable Middle School South, 344 Main St. Town Meeting is open to all registered voters of Groton. If you have questions about your voter status...
Groton Water Department will begin its annual flushing of the water distribution system on Friday, October 10th thru Tuesday, October 21st, 2014. We anticipate the flushing program will take approximately two weeks to complete. You will experience discolored water and low pressure during the...
Selectman Anna Eliot reminded Selectmen and voters that property tax increases averaging about $390 per average home are not yet reflected in current tax bills. Town Manager Haddad said the tax increases will appear in property tax bills January 1, 2015.
Selectman rejected a proposal to appropriate $50,000 for a Pipeline legal fund. Because the purpose of such a fund was not clear, because no other towns affected by the pipeline had raised such a fund, and because existing town legal funds could be used in an emergency, Selectmen decided to...
Times set, safety suggestions outlined for parents: accompany younger children; parents and goblins and others on the streets should wear reflective clothing; carry flashlights; walk carefully; inspect goodies before you and the kids devour them.
At the request of Brooks Lyman's attorney Robert Collins, Selectmen removed two articles from the warrant seeking approval to sell the Tarbell school building in West Groton to Lyman. According to Town Manager Haddad, Lyman needs more time to develop his proposal for the use of the building,...

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