The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, January 22, 1999


On Sunday afternoon, while residents relaxed after the storm was over and people strolled in the balmy weather, thieves broke into a Baldwin Road house and stole numerous items, including jewelry, a lap top computer and sterling silver. ...more

Planning board meetings threaten to replace the transfer station as the social center of Carlisle. The sign-up sheet overflowed at the January 11 meeting as townspeople showed up in droves to attend public hearings about three developments. ...more

After considering for weeks how to schedule a Town Meeting that would meet the deadlines faced by the Gleason Library building subcommittee and still give other town boards and committees time to prepare, the selectmen finally gave up and decided to plan for two meetings. While the selectmen outlined their wishes, it is the role of the moderator to set the ...more

In anticipation of the February 8 finance committee budget hearing, town administrator David DeManche reviewed a draft FY00 budget for the police, fire, communications and building inspector departments. ...more

Thanks to the last minute cancellation of two public hearings January 14, the Carlisle Conservation Commission took advantage of a half-hour time slot to discuss a "backup" article for spring Town Meeting. Commissioners were aware that the municipal land committee is hard at work crafting a multimillion dollar serial bonding proposal that would allow ...more

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, the federal agency that oversees the Great Meadows Refuge in Concord and is negotiating with Carlisle officials to purchase the O'Rourke Farm from the town, is looking for input on how their local conservation land should be managed in the future. ...more

Department of public works sanders and plows worked around the clock from Thursday night through the weekend trying to keep ahead of the snow, freezing rain and then more heavy rain on the already icy roads. ...more

1999 The Carlisle Mosquito