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Friday, September 14, 2001

American Tower proposes a 'monopine' on Bedford Rd.
Facility could accommodate six cellular companies

A standing-room-only crowd of more than 40 abutters and neighbors from Stony Gate and Canterbury Court appeared at the September 6 meeting of the Carlisle Board of Appeals to hear the American Tower Corporation (ATC) apply for variances to site a cellular tower on the Duren property at 662 Bedford Road. The proposed facility could accommodate as many as six cellular companies on its pole...more

ON A SECOND DAY OF INFAMY. Over 100 people of the community came together Tuesday night at the First Religious Society for a service of prayer, meditation, hymn singing and readings. (Photo by Ellen Huber)

Brook Street resident and conservation commissioner Eric Jensen died on Monday, September 10, at Mass General Hospital as a result of injuries he sustained in a motorcycle accident the previous day. (See obituary on page 3.)..more

HALF-MAST. The flag on the Town Green honors Tuesday's victims.

(Photo by Ellen Huber)

Carlisle school superintendent Davida Fox-Melanson has announced her intent to retire in the year 2004. "Even contemplating it I choke up," she said, "but I am in my tenth year and it is the right time for me and will give me a chance to help look for the next person." School committee chair Suzanne Whitney Smith accepted her notification, "publicly, with regret."..more

2001 The Carlisle Mosquito