The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, June 29, 2001

News

Mike Fleming of the SuAsCo (Sudbury/Assabet/Concord Rivers) Watershed Team and Mark Racicot of the Metropolitan Area Planning Council (MAPC) addressed the joint Carlisle town boards meeting on June 19 ..more

All day on Friday, June 22, rain was threatening, but as evening approached the sky cleared and the weather was perfect for the Carlisle Middle School Class of 2001 graduation ceremony, held outdoors on the school plaza. ..more

On Tuesday, June 19, the board of selectmen thanked town volunteers and employees and honored Nancy and Bill Koerner for their years of service to the community. ..more

For the first time in Carlisle a perc test for a septic system was done by sending a soil sample to a lab for a percolation evaluation. The lab test was performed for a repair system at 81 Evergreen Lane because when the deep holes testing was done in April, under very wet conditions, the holes in the sandy soil were not stable. ..more

After months of planning and revising the Gleason Public Library finally got approval for its landscaping plan, but not until they agreed to specific features recommended by the Carlisle Historical Commission. ..more

The little cottage with fanciful trim on its steeply pitched roof, which has been a landmark in the center of Carlisle, will soon have a different look. Tom and Kim Ratcliffe are planning to add a barn-like addition to their 1846 home at 14 Concord Street. ..more

As of Monday June 18, Sean McFadden, a resident of Lowell, takes over the second-floor Town Hall assessor's office, vacated by Rena Swezey last April. McFadden has been working in the field of assessing for 13 years and has been a Massachusetts Accredited Assessor since 1990. ..more

"It looks like a busy summer," said Carlisle School Committee (CSC) chair Suzanne Whitney Smith. CSC members reviewed the plans for 31 summer projects submitted by Carlisle teachers. ..more

On Thursday, June 14, before a crowd of supporters that "made a lot of noise," the Concord-Carlisle High School boys' tennis team beat Mt. Greylock 5-0, at Clark University in Worcester, winning its third MIAA Division 2 state championship in a row. ..more

Architects who studied the need for expansion of the Carlisle School and the options for siting the new facility presented their preliminary report to the Carlisle School Committee (CSC) on June 19. ..more

Over the past month, the Carlisle Education Foundation (CEF), sponsors of the Pig' n Pepper Festival, the 'Squito Town Hoe Down, and other fund-raising events, has announced several grants and awards to the Carlisle Public Schools and the public school teachers. ..more

For the third consecutive year, the Carlisle Middle School girls' softball team won the Nashoba Valley League championship. The girls finished their season with a perfect 10-0 record, outscoring their opponents 192 to 30. ..more


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