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Friday, March 24, 2000

The ink is hardly dry on the lease between Bedford Road resident Dave Duren and communications giant AT&T, and already neighbors have mobilized against siting a cell tower in their backyards. Appearing on behalf of a neighborhood group, Colie O'Donnell of Canterbury Court urged the selectmen on March 14 to take a pro-active approach and find an alternative site which would better serve the industry and the town. ...more

A Carlisle Middle School student will be summonsed to court for threatening to bomb the school on March 17. His written threat was discovered in the boys' bathroom at the Carlisle Middle School on March 13. Superintendent Davida Fox-Melanson said the responsible boy has been suspended indefinitely. There is no indication that anyone else was involved in making the threat. ...more

Winter is finally over and the first day of spring marks the advent of town election season. A quorum of 25 registered voters quickly assembled in the Clark Room to nominate candidates for all vacant town offices at the March 20 town caucus. ...more

In what is hoped to be a semi-annual event, state Senator Susan Fargo and Representative Carol Cleven met with the board of selectmen on March 14 to answer questions about developments on Beacon Hill that may affect the town. ...more

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