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Friday, April 18, 2003

League of Women Voters moderator Louise Haldeman (left) listens as candidates for selectmen - Tony Allison, Doug Stevenson and Francene Amari-Faulkner answer questions from the audience. (Photo by Ellen Huber)
Twelve candidates for town offices and about 25 involved Carlisle residents put civic responsibility above the pleasures of spring cleanup to participate in a Candidates Forum sponsored by the Concord Carlisle League of Women Voters. There were few surprises at the Sunday afternoon meeting as candidates and questioners alike addressed pressing issues such ...more

After 15 months, 18 drafts of proposed regulations, and more than a few confrontations between the Board of Health (BOH) and owners of large domestic animals, the battle over a new, potentially burdensome set of animal management regulations suddenly seems to be over. At its April 10 meeting the board set aside draft 18 and listened to what the citizens proposed ...more

The Concord girl who was attacked walking home from her friend's house on April 10 is making a good recovery at home and should be back at school after April vacation, according to Arthur Dulong, CCHS principal, who said he spoke with the girl's father on Monday. ...more

Two Carlisle policemen were honored at the seventh annual U.S. Attorney's Office Agent Award Ceremony on April 4 for outstanding investigative work. Lieutenant John Sullivan and Inspector Scott Barnes received the award at a ceremony at the Federal Courthouse for their investigation of the kidnapping of a Brook Street resident in April, 1998. The kidnapping ...more

Sewage spills into Assabet River

The Maynard waste water treatment plant had a pumping station failure on Sunday, April 13, spilling one million gallons of raw sewage into the Assabet River. The Assabet flows into the Concord River, which borders Carlisle. Massachusetts DEP spokesman Ed Coletta said on Wednesday that there was now no public health danger for either river, in part due to the high water levels and increased flow rates. It takes about one day for water to flow from Maynard, past Carlisle to Billerica. Billerica withdraws water from the Concord River for drinking, and Coletta said Billerica has noticed bacteria counts are slightly elevated, but still within accepted levels.


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