Friday, May 12, 2000
In appreciation of the town's volunteers
The following text was read by selectman Michael Fitzgerald at the May 2 Town Meeting.
We all know that the volunteers, who give of themselves, devoting a great deal of their own time and energy to the operations of our town, hold our town government together. Without their efforts, life here in Carlisle would not exist as we know it.
I would like to take this opportunity to recognize the following individuals who have, or will at the conclusion of this Annual Town Meeting, be stepping down from their work in town government.
Tricia Smith, ConsCom
Claire Wilcox, ConsCom
Rachel Landry, ConsCom
Sylvia Willard, ConsCom
Joe Antognoni, housing authority
Dorothea Kress, housing authority
Jim Slattery, board of health
Pete Morey, animal inspector
Janice Hensleigh, council on aging
Theresa Faucher, council on aging
Teresa Kveitkauskas, library trustees
Burt Rubenstein, selectmen
Bill Tice, planning board
Tom Bilotta, finance committee
Tonight we also have a special thank-you to extend to our moderator Pete Simonds, who after 34 years of service to the town will be retiring from public life at the conclusion of this Town Meeting.
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