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Friday, March 17, 2000

After interviewing the last two finalists for town administrator in a public meeting last week, the selectmen are now trying to determine the best candidate for the job. In the course of the interviews, the board voiced their hopes for the future town administrator. Among the accomplishments the board wished to see over the next few years were better leadership of the town employees and more unification of the different town boards. ...more

Selectman and town moderator are just two of the prominent town offices for which candidates will be sought for election this year. The first formal step in the process, the town caucus, will be held on Monday, March 20, at Town Hall beginning at 7:30 p.m. and lasting just long enough to hear nominations for candidates interested in running for election on May 9. ...more

Katrina Proctor, who has served as administrator for the Carlisle Conservation Commission for the past four and a half years, has submitted her resignation, effective the end of April. She and her husband are embarking on a business venture in her hometown in Lunenburg, and Proctor said that the time was right for leaving. ...more

The Carlisle Police have been called in to investigate a matter of serious vandalism at the Carlisle Middle School. As stated in a letter from principal Andy Goyer and superintendent Davida Fox-Melanson that was sent home to all students on March 14, "Graffiti threatening the safety of the school appeared in the Wilkins boys' bathroom." According to police chief David Galvin, the graffiti threatened that "the school will be bombed on the 17 ...more

Carlisle made its presence known at the Destination Imagination (DI) regional trials held in Bedford on Saturday, March 11. Two seasoned Carlisle teams finished first in their respective divisions and will go on to state competition in Hopkinton on Saturday, April 8. ...more

The conservation commission has received a preliminary look at the latest proposal for use of the former Saint Irene Church site on Bedford Road. North Middlesex Savings Bank bought the lot last year in hope of establishing a Carlisle branch office, a plan that was rejected at Town Meeting, and is now proposing to raze the present structure and build a 3,000-square-foot single family dwelling. Since much of the construction will take place within two 100-foot wetland buffer zones, the bank's engineer Jeff Hannaford of Morse Environmental Services presented a site plan for first-pass consideration by the commission on March 9. ...more

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