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Friday, November 2, 2001

FOLLOWING THE SUN (Photo by Mike Quayle)
The school building study committee plans to request funds of $15,000-$20,000 at the Special Town Meeting on November 27 to further evaluate a site for construction of a new school to help alleviate overcrowding at the Carlisle School. ...more


What has become of Candidates' Night in Carlisle? Who gets out into the community, identifies issues and organizes people to advocate for them? Who links Carlisle to state and national concerns? What's missing from our political scene? Where, in short, is our League of Women Voters? ...more
About twenty people attended the public portion of Monday night's meeting of the Carlisle Elderly Housing Association (CEHA) in order to discuss the change in use of the Sleeper Community Room. The Sleeper Room was built partly with funds from the greater Carlisle community and has been used as a meeting place by numerous town groups over the past 15 years. It is located within the elderly housing development known as Carlisle Village Court. ...more

"What have we learned?" asked Tom Raftery, president of the Carlisle Elderly Housing Association (CEHA) at the October 23 meeting of the board of health. At the board's request, food service consultant Mike Moore of Concord had inspected the Sleeper Room food preparation and clean-up areas and listed seven items that require a change in procedure, upgrade of facilities, or a variance in order to comply with federal and local regulations. ...more

2001 The Carlisle Mosquito