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Friday, March 26, 1999

The heavy work load for the two Carlisle School Committee (CSC) members who also serve on the Concord-Carlisle Regional School Committee (RSC) prompted a discussion of possible remedies at the March 16 CSC meeting. Presently, all five school committee members meet in Carlisle twice a month and share the work on subcommittees. The two members who are also RSC ...more

The town caucus is a rite of spring which signals the opening of the annual town election season. This year, on March 29, the meeting at Town Hall will begin at 7:30 p.m. and last just long enough to hear nominations for candidates interested in running for election on May 11. ...more

With the town in receipt of nine proposals to erect cell towers on town-owned land and with one proposal coming up before the board of appeals to erect a cell tower on 1 River Road, a group of citizens has petitioned the selectmen to place on the Warrant for the May Town Meeting a six-month moratorium on the building of wireless communication facilities. ...more

Last Wednesday, while many were "raising a glass to the joys that are past" (the old Irish toast), the Gleason Library building subcommittee was presenting their plans for what they hope will be the library's future. To a sparse but supportive audience in Town Hall, building committee chair Sally Swift saw the evening as a dress rehearsal for the ...more

The Carlisle School Committee hopes that the selectmen will allow voters the opportunity to decide on a three-tiered override question at the annual town election this spring. The selectmen have been considering placing one or more override questions on the ballot to help fund the operating budgets of several town departments. The school committee, at their ...more

1999 The Carlisle Mosquito