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The Groton Select Board and Groton Board of Health have taken action to further protect the public in light of the COVID-19 Pandemic. Specifically, the following action has been taken by both Boards:      • The Board of Health has voted unanimously to ratify the Executive Order of the Governor...

Preliminary Ballot for June 9 Town Election

Groton’s Select Board has postponed Annual Spring 2020 Town Meeting and Annual Town Election. • The new date for Town Meeting is May 18. • The rescheduled date for the Town Election is June 9. Both these dates are subject to the safety of our environment. Please look for updates and future...
At the regularly scheduled meeting of the Groton Select Board held on Monday, April 27, 2020, the Select Board made several decisions due to the COVID-19 Pandemic. Specifically, the Board voted the following: • The Memorial Day Parade, originally scheduled to be held on May 25, 2020 has been...
by Connie Sartini   Based on the recommendation of Town Manager Mark Haddad, with support from members of the Commeration and Celebration Committee Don Black and Gail Chalmers, Veterans Agent Bob Johnson and Chief of Police Michael Luth, the Select Board voted to cancel this year’s Memorial...
Groton’s Select Board has postponed Annual Spring 2020 Town Meeting and Annual Town Election. The new date for Town Meeting is May 18. The rescheduled date for the Town Election is June 9. Both these dates are subject to the safety of our environment. Please look for updates and future...
This May, Electrical Safety Month comes at a time when most of us are at staying home, studying, working, and connecting with family and friends remotely. “We are using more electronic devices at once than normal. Practicing electrical safety is more important now than ever,” said State Fire...
Groton’s Select Board has postponed Annual Spring 2020 Town Meeting and Annual Town Election. The new date for Town Meeting is May 18. The rescheduled date for the Town Election is June 9. Both these dates are subject to the safety of our environment. Please look for updates and future...
The House and Senate approved a conference committee version and sent to Gov. Baker legislation putting a moratorium on most residential, commercial and nonprofit evictions and foreclosures until 45 days after the end of the state of emergency, or 120 days after passage of this new law, whichever...

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