Groton voters approved three funding questions at Special Town Meeting January 26 that will allow construction of the town’s central fire station replacement to proceed on schedule; fund spring herbicide treatment in Lost Lake and Knopp’s Pong, the town’s largest pond; and replace the “attractive nuisance” of Fitch’s Bridge with a new pedestrian/equestrian/cycle bridge over the Nashua River.
The Saturday morning meeting attracted more than 300 voters at its peak before receding to a low of 285 voters, the number who voted on Article 3, the fire station funding.
Page through the live coverage replay to see how the meeting unfolded.
Download or view the STM Warrant
Articles under consideration include:
- Herbicide Funding For Lost Lake and Knopp’s Pond — Passed on a voice vote
- Funding For Demolition and/or Replacement of Fitch’s Bridge — Passed on a voice vote
- Construction Funding For A Central Fire Station — Passed 227-58
- Creation of the Lost Lake Sewer District
— Indefinitely Postponed
The meeting begins at 9:00 a.m. on Saturday January 26.
(In the real time live coverage, Rule Loving, who proposed a significant amendment to the Central Fire Station funding article is not accurately identified as the author of the amendment. Our apologies for not hearing his name correctly during the meeting. — Ed.)