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Friday, May 21, 1999

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May 18 town election results

MODERATOR, one for one year

Marshall Simonds 862

Blanks 173

Other 0

SELECTMAN, Two for three years

John W. Ballantine 722

Vivian F. Chaput 682

Charles E. Parker III 404

Blanks 258

Other 4

ASSESSOR, one for three years

Burnett C. Buckborough 796

Blanks 239

Other 0

SCHOOL COMMITTEE,

two for three years

Cynthia Nock 807

Harry D. Crowther 751

Blanks 509

Other 3

LIBRARY TRUSTEE,

one for three years

Rosalie F. Johnson 837

Blanks 196

Other 2

PLANNING BOARD, one for five years

Louise Hara 790

Thomas Lane 187

Linda Lineback 146

Blanks 937

Other 10

BOARD OF HEALTH

Laura Semrad 813

Blanks 222

Other 0

HOUSING AUTHORITY

Martin Galligan 811

Blanks 223

Other 1

Questions 1a, 1b, and 1c are separate questions. You may vote, for or against each question independently. Each question requires a majority of those voting on it to pass. If more than one question passes, the question with the highest dollar amount will prevail.

Question 1a: Shall the Town of Carlisle be allowed to assess an additional $445,862 in real estate and personal property taxes for the purpose of operating the Town government and public schools for the Fiscal Year beginning July 1, 1999?

Yes: 539 No:469 Blanks: 27

Question 1b: Shall the Town of Carlisle be allowed to assess an additional $339,362 in real estate and personal property taxes for the purpose of operating the Town government and public school for the Fiscal Year beginning July 1, 1999?

Yes:652 No:363 Blanks: 20

Question 1c: Shall the Town of Carlisle be allowed to assess an additional $190,340 in real estate and personal property taxes for the purpose of operating the Town government and public schools for the Fiscal Year beginning July 1, 1999?

Yes: 639 No: 358 Blanks: 38

Question 2: Shall the Town of Carlisle be allowed to assess an additional $100,000 in real estate and personal property taxes for the purpose of depositing such funds in the Conservation Fund of the town pursuant to Chapter 40, Section 8C, for the acquisition of real estate, water rights, and other related interests in connection therewith, for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 1999.

Yes: 733 No: 294 Blanks: 8

Question 3: Shall the Town of Carlisle be allowed to exempt from the provisions of proposition 2-1/2, so called, the amounts required to pay for the bond issued in order to purchase and equip a pumper truck for the Carlisle Fire Department?

Yes: 795 No: 230 Blanks: 10

Question 4: Shall the Town of Carlisle be allowed to exempt from the provisions of proposition 2-1/2, so called, the amounts required to pay for the bond issued in order to acquire the real estate, commonly known as the Wang-Coombs land, identified as Parcel 2 and portions of Parcel 8 of Assessors Map 28, for conservation purposes?

Yes: 726 No: 300 Blanks: 9

Question 5: Shall the Town of Carlisle be allowed to exempt from the provisions of proposition 2-1/2, so called, the amounts required to pay for the bond issued in order to make repairs and improvements to the heating, ventilation, window and air quality equipment of the Carlisle Public School Robbins and Wilkins Buildings?

Yes: 794 No: 233 Blanks: 8


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