The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, April 25, 2003


It's all about water · clean water, gray water, running water, wells, and septic systems. Water concerns lay at the heart of the discussion at the continued hearing on an application for a comprehensive permit at the Board of Appeals meeting last Thursday, April 17. ...more

After listening to a presentation from the developer of a proposed eight-unit condominium project on Lowell Street on April 14, the Planning Board recommended that the Board of Appeals (BOA) support the project, as long as several conditions and suggestions for amendments to the plans are made. ...more

Comcast announced on April 17 that high-speed Internet and digital cable are now available to residents in Carlisle, Concord, Littleton and Boxborough. According to Comcast representative Marc Goodman, ____% of Carlisle has been wired. ...more

· 46 Lowell Street. Owner Steven Tierney explained that he is planning to renovate the kitchen and finish a family room on the top floor of the carriage house. The new room will be accessed through a current bedroom. This project, Tierney explained, should not change the room count of ten rooms, as one of the current bedrooms will be converted ...more

Trade Secrets Gardens, at 318 Maple Street, will be closing this spring, announced owner Alison Saylor. "I've lost business since the road was closed," she explained, referring to the closure of a section of Maple Street last May, due to a collapsed culvert which carries run-off from Pages Brook. She said the time she spent maintaining the numerous ...more

Representative Cory Atkins (D-Concord) is making available a number of reports by various Task Forces, established by the Massachusetts House of Representatives, that analyzed the current administration's proposed budget. The task forces were established to increase the transparency of the budget process, to assist the House Committee on Ways and Means in ...more

Recent news events have brought to light how easy it is for unscrupulous hackers to steal our identities and ruin our financial lives. In 2002, federal authorities cracked a ring responsible for the largest case of identity theft in U.S. history. ...more

Town Hall, 7:30 p.m.

7:30 Minutes ...more

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