GROTON – Groton will keep its Town Hall and the Groton Public Library almost entirely closed to the public for the next two weeks in response to Gov. Charlie Baker’s order to reduce allowable capacity in public spaces, officials announced Monday.
Municipal employees for the town will continue to work remotely for the next two weeks through 6 a.m. on Monday, Jan. 11, 2021, meaning no in-person appointments or programs will take place at Town Hall.
The library will continue to run its curbside pick-up program in the interim, while residents can drop off payments and other mail in a drop box behind Town Hall.
Baker last week announced new restrictions for at least two weeks following Christmas aimed at reducing transmission of the highly infectious virus after the holiday.