Groton voters OK preserving 54 acres,...

Groton voters OK preserving 54 acres, $20G for fields

There are 1 comment on the Nashoba Publishing story from Oct 22, 2010, titled Groton voters OK preserving 54 acres, $20G for fields. In it, Nashoba Publishing reports that:

By a split vote, Town Meeting Monday night approved the Conservation Commission's plan to spend more than $160,000 in Community Preservation Act money to preserve 54.2 acres off Old Dunstable Road on the condition that it secures a state grant toward the purchase.

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GrotonParent

Norwich, CT

#1 Oct 22, 2010
How come there's no coverage of the slaughter that's taking place in the school system? Shameful, illegal.

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