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Friday, March 28, 2003

Town Planning Day attendees Sylvia Willard (right) and Wayne Davis (left) view the opinions from the town planning survey. The dots are favorable votes placed by the participants. (Photo by Midge Eliassen)
At their meetings on March 18 and 25, the Carlisle Board of Selectmen finalized the 29 Warrant articles for the Spring Town Meeting, and two questions for the spring town ballot. Question 1 will ask the voters to fund an override of $189,429 for the high school operating budget. Question 2 will ask the voters to fund $150,000 in debt exclusion to begin a multi-year ...more

Betsy Bilodeau, chair of the regional school committee (RSC), expressed her frustration on Monday night after the Concord Selectmen voted to offer three override choices for funding the FY04 high school budget. Carlisle voters will be offered just one override option. The goal was to get both towns to agree to one override number, to avoid a costly Joint Town ...more

The same, but better Different views of the future emerge on planning day

Eighty-five people gathered at the school cafeteria on Saturday morning, March 22, to participate in a community forum, part of the planning board's effort to update Carlisle's master plan for zoning, development and transportation. The three-hour meeting was hosted jointly by the planning board and the local League of Women Voters and led by Ezra Glenn and ...more

Selectman Vivian Chaput reports back on the conclusions of her break-out group at Community Planning Day on Saturday. (Photo by Midge Eliassen)


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