The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, December 6, 2002


Crises in funding for Concord-Carlisle High School have been the context for many meetings of Carlisle and Concord school, finance and town administrators over the past few years. However, on November 20 they met in a less tense milieu, at a forum on budget issues organized by the League of Women Voters of Concord and Carlisle. ...more

At a special meeting of the Concord-Carlisle Regional School Committee (RSC) on November 21 the space utilization committee presented its recommendations for the expansion of the Concord-Carlisle High School. The committee, led by Kate Reid, spent more than a year studying the needs at the school, focusing on all areas but especially on the arts, athletics ...more

There are three local organizations collecting toys for needy children this holiday season. Without this community's help, many of these children will likely go without any gift this holiday season. ...more

State representative Carol C. Cleven (R-Chelmsford), who represented Carlisle for many years, will be leaving the State House when her term expires at the end of December, a victim of redistricting. ...more

In a telephone interview this weekend, Kennedy Farm owner and long-time Carlisle resident Edward Kennedy offered an account of the thinking behind his ambitious project to develop a golf course in Westford near the junction of Routes 225 and 27. He indicated that transformation of the 220 acres his family has acquired over the past 50 to 60 years required ...more

MAGIC (Minuteman Advisory Group on Interlocal coordination) examined linking land use and transportation as an alternative to buildout at its November meeting, which was held in the Carlisle Town Hall. While towns aleady see the impact of growth, the projected buildout figures for the communities, when all available land is developed, are staggering. ...more

75 West Street public hearing. The public hearing on a waiver for a replacement septic system at 75 West Street was postponed until January 9. The engineer from Stamski and McNary had just received board of health consulting engineer Rob Frado's comments at 4 p.m. the day of the hearing, and had made the changes Frado suggested, but no one had ...more

The school community has changed dramatically in the past few years, thanks to the success of the policy of inclusion and mainstreaming in the Carlisle public school. ...more

WIQH, 88.3 FM, is the student-run radio station at the Concord Carlisle ...more


"Public education . . . is the best hope for keeping America functioning as a vibrant, strong democracy. We must continue to support it. . . If public education can't survive in towns like Concord and Carlisle it can't survive anywhere, and I fear for the republic." ...more

Town Hall 7:30 p.m.

7:30 Minutes: 11/25, 12/1 ...more

2002 The Carlisle Mosquito