The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, November 26, 1999

News

Sometimes, a Carlisle applicant will come before the planning board or board of appeals with a proposed development and state, "The board of health had no problems with these plans." At times, this response has surprised abutters in the audience who are familiar with topographical issues on the parcel. Historically, board of health members have not ...more

The Carlisle Conservation Commission decided to reissue its Request for Proposals (RFP) for lease of the Greenough house, barn and agricultural property at its November 18 meeting. The board's first official notice brought a single bid, which has not been rejected but which the commissioners felt needed further clarification. Therefore, the reissue will occur ...more

The board of health reviewed two repair plans and five septic disposal proposals at their meeting on Tuesday, November 16. ...more

Upon completing their official November 18 agenda, Carlisle Conservation Commission members commented individually and informally on the published criticism of their procedures and rulings in the matter of the Sachs dam controversy. Referring to an editorial in the November 12 issue of the Mosquito and a letter to the editor from former ConsCom member Alex ...more

The Carlisle School statement about the budget process begins with the philosophy that the school will maintain level services. Any increases in a level service budget are a result of contractual obligations, mandated services and increased enrollment. On November 16, the school committee began to wrestle with what a level service budget for the next fiscal ...more

The Carlisle Public School hopes to expand its advisor/advisee program to the seventh grade to help with students' transition from the elementary school to the high school. ...more

The 1999-2000 season of the Concord-Carlisle Girls Cross-Country team has come to an end. The team, made up mainly of first-year runners, proved to all competitors exactly what they were made of. A 3—5 record during the season certainly gave the girls spirit and strength. In practice and in meets the girls showed determination and desire to excel. The ...more

This summer, three times a week dozens of football players would jump the fence onto the field to run together, play together, and prepare to win together. We met Coach Kerr as a well-conditioned, cohesive team with great expectations. Our preseason and scrimmages flew by as we performed favorably against Duxbury, Watertown and Maynard. ...more

The CCHS golf team had a very good season in 1999, finishing with a record of 9—6—1. With strong performances from Rick Underwood (80, third place) and Paul Bertoli (83, fifth place) in the DCL Medalist tournament, CCHS advanced to the state tournament. Phil Charm (83) finished fifth in the state individual qualifying, helping CCHS advance to the ...more

The CCHS Volleyball Team has grown by leaps and bounds since it was a club sport in '97. Despite the loss of eight senior members last year, and with only three remaining seniors, Captain Jill Garcia, Captain Katrina Przyjemski, and Shanon Montgomery, the team was able to pull together and make a name for itself in the Dual County League with a total of 7 ...more

As the fall sports season warmed up, the Concord-Carlisle boys cross country team took to the trails, having no idea that the season which lay ahead would be one of the finest in Concord-Carlisle's history. The team drilled and trained under the watchful eye of Coach Steve Lane, who had no illusions about his team's power. Once into the competition cycle, ...more

Under the guidance of Coach Nancy Slocum, the Concord-Carlisle Girls' Soccer Team had a highly successful season. With the help of seven seniors (Jen Coty, Kristin Ferrell, Carley Preble, Meriel Darzen, Sarah Barnard and Carlisle's Jaimie Frailey and Lauren Meldonian) and several key younger players, the team finished the regular season with a record of 12—1—5, ...more

After graduating thirteen seniors from the 1998 season, the 1999 CCHS varsity field hockey squad was low on experienced players. Some critics and followers even expected a rebuilding year. This was not to be the case, however. ...more

The CCHS boys varsity soccer team had a terrific season. Their regular record of 9—5—4 brought them to the Division II North State tournament for the fifteenth consecutive year. The Carlisle members of the team are senior forward Erik Munroe, junior forward Sean Moulton, and two seniors formerly from Carlisle, Chuck Jakobsche and Zander Lowe. The ...more


1999 The Carlisle Mosquito