Groton Town Council declines to back open space plan advanced for land zoned residential

Jan 2nd, 2014 | By | Category: Land

The Groton Open Space Association wants to buy 201 acres north of Interstate 95 to save the land for open space, but the Town Council voted last week to not support the group’s request.

Councilor Bob Frink said the land has development potential and could bring in needed revenue.

“I don’t see (how) we can justify putting this into a tax-exempt status,” Frink said. The land is zoned residential,” Frink said.

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