The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, May 28, 1999


North Middlesex Savings Bank has cancelled its plans to build a bank at the site of the old Saint Irene Church on Bedford Road and has listed the property for sale. Admitting defeat, bank vice-president Tony O'Neill said, "There is never going to be a bank at that location. It is just not going to fly. Now it is time to move ahead." ...more

"As a parent, I want to ensure the safety and well-being of the children," parent Jayne Prats told the Carlisle School Committee on May 18. She expressed concern about the lack of civility; the ways children at school are treating authority figures as well as one another in areas such as the cafeteria, the buses and on the playgrounds. Some parents ...more

Moody's Bond Rating Service has recently reviewed Carlisle finances and once again awarded it the Double A rating. Town treasurer Nancy Koerner requested the rating for use in marketing the $3,770,000 bond sale scheduled for June 3. The funds received from the sale will cover short-term notes for the school's Grant Building, ambulance, Banta-Davis fields, ...more

The Retrofit Settlement Agreement between North East Solid Waste Committee (NESWC) and Massachusetts Refuse Tech, Inc., related to the Air Emissions Control Project at the North Andover trash-to-energy facility, has been implemented. Under terms of the agreement, NEWSC is contributing $17 million and Wheelabrator $18.5 million to the total cost ...more

By the end of this month, engineers for the Daisy family will begin drilling test wells on their Lowell Street property to collect additional data to further develop an appropriate remedial response action for contamination at the site, according to family representative Alice Daisy. Three underground storage tanks (USTs) and approximately 300 cubic yards ...more

The Minuteman Advisory Group on Interlocal Coordination (MAGIC) got some good news and bad news at their monthly meeting in Stow last week. The good news was that Deputy Secretary of Transportation Ned Corcoran, who met with MAGIC representatives last month to discuss plans for widening Route 3, agreed to a land-use study of the Route 3/128 interchange area. ...more

At the regular Carlisle School committee meeting on May 18, Superintendent Davida Fox-Melanson listed the major events of the past month and updated them on upcoming events. ...more

A pot of English Ivy was presented to Peter Cole by Superintendent Davida Fox-Melanson at the May 18 Carlisle School Committee meeting. This meeting was the last for Cole as he completes a three-year term as a school committee member, school building committee member and representative to the Concord-Carlisle Regional High School Commmittee. ...more

Nominations for Carlisle's twenty-fifth honored citizen award are being accepted by the celebrations committee. The deadline for nominations is Wednesday, June 23. Please fill out the coupon provided or send a letter to either Howard Hensleigh or Judy Larson. ...more

The Concord-Carlisle Patriots Girls Under-14 Division 1 team hosted the Melrose GU14-1 team in a rescheduled game on Thursday and traveled to Wakefield for a second game on Saturday. ...more

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