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by Connie Sartini      Town Manager Mark Haddad advised the Select Board and the Finance Committee at their joint meeting Monday night that for the first time since 2009, Groton Country Club has a surplus of $48,291 from its 2019 budget to the 2019 actual spending, effectively eliminating any tax...
by Connie Sartini      Groton Select Board voted unanimously to include a proposal to promote the use of reusable check-out bags, reduce use of paper check-out bags and ban single-use plastic check-out bags as an article on the October 21 Fall Town Meeting Warrant.     Member john Giger, who...
by Connie Sartini   Fall Town Meeting   The Select Board voted to call for the Fall Town Meeting on Monday October 21, starting at 7 p.m. They also voted to open the Town Meeting Warrant on July 16 and to close it on August 29.   Crosswalk at Middle School    Town Manager Mark Haddad advised the...
by Russell Harris      Select member John Giger reported that sometime over the July 4 holiday weekend a rusted valve in the second floor water fountain in Town Hall broke, flooded the rear of the building and  damaged telephone connection equipment, knocking out administrative telephone service to...
by Connie Sartini      With Town Hall employees celebrating the long Fourth of July weekend, no one expected to return to their offices on Monday to find serious water damage to the first and second floor offices, the hallways and the elevator shaft at the back side of Town Hall.    According to...
The real estate transfer of 240 Main Street to its new owner took place on Tuesday, July 9, 2019.  At the closing, from left to right, were Main Street Bank Senior Vice President, Stephen J. Sugar, Jr. and the bank's attorney Thomas A. Gibbons, Esq. of Ayer.  The Buckingham family was represented...
[Web Edit Note: Two related articles are attached to this article: 1. A summary of Bob France's explanation to the Planning Board of why the Boynton Meadows project lost money; and 2. The Planning Board's letter to him.]     by Russell Harris      Almost eight years after the Planning Board issued...
“Tom was instrumental in setting up the Trusts and moving to reinvest the Trust funds. What we have today is due to Tom. I want people to know that we have $19,000,000 thanks to Tom Hartnett.”   by Connie Sartini      The Thomas D. Hartnett Memorial Trust and Scholarship Fund, in memory of one of...

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