The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, September 3, 1999

News

Townspeople will now have a tax-deductible way to contribute to the progress of pathways through town, and subdivision developers may also provide a link in the chain. The selectmen voted at their August 24 meeting to create a trust fund on behalf of the bicycle and pedestrian safety committee for the purpose of funding public relations, studies, design and ...more

The Carlisle Housing Authority has met two consecutive Tuesdays to expedite forming a ballot question regarding affordable housing on the Conant Land in time for the Special Town Meeting on November 2. On August 24, the group hired Carlisle resident Caren Ponty as development consultant to review the financials, and on August 3 they considered preliminary ...more

Good news from NESWC

Town administrator David DeManche reported that the FY99 capital supplemental budget signed by Governor Paul Cellucci on August 12 included a $3 million payment to the Northeast Solid Waste Committee (NESWC) communities. Carlisle's share of the allocation is $28,557. DeManche said it is not clear when the transfer of funds will actually occur. ...more

Like an old Timex watch, the recreation commission may take a licking but it keeps on ticking. Within days of a report to the board of selectmen that construction on the Banta-Davis playing fields had virtually come to a standstill due to differences with the contractor, Littleton Environmental Services, Inc. (LES), an agreement was reached. LES will complete ...more

The selectmen are still debating the Warrant for the Special Town Meeting now set for November 2, but all agree on one goalkeep it short and simple. "We can't go more than one night," advised selectman John Ballantine. ...more

The Council on Aging feted town employees at a special summer barbecue in August. The event, which has become an annual tradition, is held to show appreciation to the many town workers who provide services to Carlisle's senior citizens. Over 70 people attended, including the town administrator, town officials, police officers, firefighters, and department ...more


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