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Friday, November 23, 2001

A Special Town Meeting called for next Tuesday, November 27 will ask the town to initiate two expensive and controversial new projects. Two of the eight Warrant articles ask for funds to determine the feasibility and identify sites for new building programs. ...more

NOVEMBER SUNSET. Remnants of summer's bounty stand etched against a late November sky. (Photo by Midge Eliassen)
In a discussion of Article 7 of the Warrant to be presented at Town Meeting November 27, the selectmen supported the goal of developing more affordable housing in Carlisle but questioned whether now was the time to push ahead. "We won't go forward with a capital plan (for affordable housing) in the spring," said chairman John Ballantine, citing a raft of other demands on town funds which must take precedence. ...more

At Concord-Carlisle High School, student athletes from Carlisle have long been known for making their presence felt on the high school's athletic teams, and this fall season was no exception. Whether using strength, grit and iron on the football, soccer and field hockey teams to endurance, grace and focus on the cross-country, volleyball and golf teams, Carlisle was there. ...more

Junior Jenn Woodward of the CCHS volleyball team was named a Dual-County League all-star. (Photo by Carol Bailey)

2001 The Carlisle Mosquito