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Friday, November 8, 2002

A steady stream of voters passed in and out of Town Hall on Tuesday to cast their votes in the midterm election. (Photo by Midge Eliassen)
Carlisle gives a resounding yes to Romney
77.5% vote in Carlisle in hotly contested election
On election day, last Tuesday, 2,560 voters went to the polls in the Carlisle Town Hall to cast their ballots. Of the 3,308 registered voters in town, 77.5% of that number voted, making for a good turn-out in this midterm election. This figure compared favorably with the state's overall turn-out of 63%. ...more

The town that gave Democratic presidential candidate Al Gore a substantial majority in 2000, voted two-to-one for Republican gubernatorial candidate Mitt Romney, who won by five percentage points across the state. Carlisle also supported all incumbents running for re-election — all Democrats — except register of probate John Buonomo (D) who received ...more

On Tuesday evening the Carlisle School Committee offered the position of school business manager to Steven Moore, who accepted the offer immediately. Moore is currently the assistant business manager for the Hull Public School and is enrolled in a MBA program focusing on community service management. Committee members welcomed Moore and asked that he start ...more

FinCom proposes no-override budget for FY04
High school assessment may drop by 1.7%

With town revenues expected to increase a mere 2.3% in the next fiscal year, the Carlisle Finance Committee (FinCom) sat down on October 29 to ponder the division of the pie projected to be the "FY04 guideline budget." In past years the FinCom guideline budget, which by law may include no more than 2-1/2% increase in property taxes, was seen only ...more

Come to a joint town forum with leaders from both Concord and Carlisle. The forum will be on Wednesday, November 20, from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. in the Carlisle Town Hall at 66 Westford Street. Gene Thayer (Concord and CCHS Superintendent), Davida Fox-Melanson (Carlisle Superintendent), Chris Whelan (Concord Town Manager), Madonna McKenzie (Carlisle Town Administrator), ...more

2002 The Carlisle Mosquito