The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, March 23, 2001

CCHS girls basketball coach Dick DiMare (center) joins his players, Katie Wayland (No.5) and Lisa Andrews (No.35) on the court as they celebrate their win in the state championship finals on Saturday. Principal Elaine DiCicco stands far left sharing in the team's victory. (Photo by Patrick Morrissey)
Basketball teams invited to join in Sunday parade

A parade will be held in Concord center Sunday at noon to honor the Concord-Carlisle High School girls basketball team which won the Division 2 State Championship last Saturday at the Worcester Centrum. A ceremony will be held at the Middlesex Savings Bank on Main Street Square in Concord at 12:30 p.m. to commend the girls and their coaches, and to thank the many people of Concord and Carlisle who have come together this winter to support the team throughout its championship season...more

"Why would we approve this?" Planning board chairman Michael Epstein tossed the verbal gauntlet to Joe March of Stamski and McNary at the beginning of a discussion of potentially linking Log Hill Road to a proposed subdivision in Acton. March made a brief presentation to the planning board on a plan for the 233 acres that adjoin the Carlisle neighborhood of Log Hill and Woodland Roads. ..more

The Selectmen turned down a recommendation by town counsel Paul DeRensis to remove the amount of the tax surcharge, currently 2% of assessed property value, from the Warrant Article for the Community Preservation Act (CPA), to be presented at a Special Town Meeting April 10. As it stands, town moderator Sarah Brophy will be unable to entertain a motion from the floor to raise the amount of the surcharge above 2 %. The CPA allows the town to levy a tax surcharge to build a fund for conservation, housing and preservation. The town also becomes eligible for state matching funds...more

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