Friday, March 21, 2003
Shorts from the selectmen, March 11
· Appointments. Bruce Hendrickson, 341 Russell Street, was appointed to fill the vacancy on the board of assessors, created by the resignation of Thomas Dunkers. Hendrickson will fill this position until the town election scheduled for May 13, 2003.
Carlisle Acting Treasurer Linda Boucher was appointed acting treasurer for the Minuteman Nashoba Health Group, which provides health insurance for town employees.
Sally Lakness, 51 Cranberry Hill Lane, was appointed inspector of animals. Her term runs through April 1, 2004.
· Entertainment license. The selectmen are reviewing a request for a Sunday entertainment license for May 4, 2003. The Old North Bridge Pony Club and the Carlisle Area Equestrians would like to use Foss Farm for a fund- raising event. The conservation commission has approved the use of Foss Farm, but it is necessary for the board of selectmen to issue a license.
· Barn conversion. The selectmen have agreed to hold a hearing on April 8 to review an application from Francene Amari-Faulkner to convert the barn at 43 Bedford Road into offices.
· Town Warrant. Selectmen discussed a number of potential Warrant articles, including a request for Concord-Carlisle High School renovation design funding and an article for $9,000 to create additional parking at CCHS. Since the board expects the Warrant to be long · 38 articles · they anticipate that the Spring Town Meeting will require two nights.
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