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Friday, October 8, 1999

The following is the eighth in a series of occasional articles designed to introduce residents, new as well as longtime, to the individuals who keep Carlisle running smoothly —our town officials. ...more

Renovations will soon begin on the 92-year-old Wilson Chapel at the Green Cemetery. On the recommendation of building inspector Bob Koning, the selectmen voted on September 28 to transfer $21,600 from the cemetery lots fund for the purpose of making the chapel once again available for use by townspeople for memorial services. ...more

The effects of the budget impasse between Speaker of the Massachusetts House Thomas Finneran and President of the state Senate Thomas Birmingham have filtered down to the local level and helped to force truncation of this fall's educational schedule at Great Brook State Park. ...more

The Carlisle Extended Day Program has purchased the former home and office of pediatrician Dr. Ron Schneebaum on East Street for its after-school programs for children. The non-profit group took out a mortgage on the home and will extensively remodel the interior to accommodate children in its grades K-6 program. According to Jane Barnett, president of the ...more

Petitioners have put on the Warrant for the Special Town Meeting a proposed building restriction on the Conant Land. Article 6 of the draft Warrant dated October 4 reads: "To see if the town will authorize and require the selectmen to transfer control of the Conant Land to the Carlisle Conservation Commission to be used solely for conservation purposes ...more

1999 The Carlisle Mosquito