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Groton Master Plan

  Sustainable development is development that "meets present needs without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their needs." (from the Brundtland Report, United Nations World Commission on Environment and Development, published in 1987.) 

Final 2011 Master Plan

We are pleased to offer a link to the final 2011 Master Plan.

Master Plan Feedback - Your Voice Matters

Now that Phase I of the Master Plan is complete, we would like your feedback on it. Please click here to submit a comment, question or correction.

Master Plan Goals Workshop - Saturday, February 12th from 8:30 - 2pm

We encourage everyone to attend this meeting at the Groton Senior Center. The purpose of the workshop is to clarify, discuss, and evaluate the draft goals recently completed by the Master Plan Advisory Groups.

Contact

Please contact Ms. Bonavita, Land Use Director, at (978) 448-1105 or lbonavita@townofgroton.org for more information.

Subcommittees

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George Barringer, Steve Webber, Jeff Cernak, Linda DiCiccio, Jason Parent


 
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Tim Hess, Richard Hewitt, Craig Auman, Marion Stoddart, Diana Walden, Marshall Giguere, Jon Strauss



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Carolyn Perkins, Mike Roberts, Carl Flowers, Al Collins, Josh Degen, Leslie Lathrop, Robert Anctil



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John Giger, Chase Duffy, Maripat Brown, Fran Stanley, Carol Quinn



 
Members
Russ Burke, Carl Canner, Carl Flowers, Wendy Good, Elaine Johnson, Rick Muehlke



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Scott Wilson, Leo Laverdure, Gary Hoglund, Bob Pine, Terri Ragot



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Transportation
Ray Capes, Chris Christie, Kate Burke, Art Campbell, Bruce Easom

The following link provides some useful information about traffic calming techniques.
http://www.walkinginfo.org/engineering/calming.cfm

The following link describes how eliminating all street signs and lane markings can improve neighborhoods.
http://www.wired.com/wired/archive/12.12/traffic.html





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