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Friday, November 29, 2002

The Concord-Carlisle High School varsity football team is off to a 7-2 record and has clutched its fourth winning season in a row under head coach Dick Kerr. The losses have come against Bellingham, last year's Division 5 Super Bowl champions, and Acton-Boxborough, last year's Division 2 Super Bowl champions. CCHS has been led by Carlisle seniors Greg Roberts, ...more

CCHS football team, shown here at a game earlier in the season, played their final game against Bedford High School on Thanksgiving Day. (Photo by Carol Bailey)
Vociferous area residents overflowed the Bedford High School auditorium and several classrooms at the November 19 hearing on a Hanscom Field environmental impact report prepared by Massport. The crowd sat through five tightly packed hours as agencies, consultants and private citizens commented on the report. The meeting was originally scheduled for the Bedford ...more

Responding to a major uproar following the announcement of increases as high as 145% in FY04 retirement plan assessments, the Middlesex Retirement System revised its projections and lowered assessments by 50% or more. Carlisle's FY04 assessment has dropped from $388,924, a 30.55% increase over FY03, to $324,632, a 9.0% increase. The town will pay $297,924 ...more

Another development proposal with the potential to affect water resources that Carlisle shares with towns on our western border is well underway in Westford. Edward Kennedy of the former Kennedy Farm has pocketed a go-ahead from the Westford Conservation Commission for a nine-hole golf course behind Tara Hall near the junction of Routes 27 and 225. A longer-range ...more

2002 The Carlisle Mosquito