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Friday, May 16, 2003

READY AND WAITING ON ELECTION DAY. Voters line up in the Town Hall lobby on Tuesday, waiting for the polls to open at 7 a.m. In line (left to right) are Kyle Price, Deb Belanger, Robert Green, Michael Picard and Mary Hult with Sam. (Photo by Ellen Huber)
The votes are in! On Tuesday, May 13, Carlisle and Concord voters approved similar Proposition 2-1/2 overrides, thereby establishing CCHS funding at $16,136,558 for next year. ...more

Department of Public Works Superintendent Gary Davis is a man of few words when it comes to replacement of the collapsed culvert on Maple Street. So if anyone is hoping to resume use of that scenic route from East Street to Bedford Road sometime soon, he shouldn't count on its being open. Granted that some residents of Maple Street are happy with the year-long ...more
Although the news about the economy was all bad last year, the two questions on last Tuesday's ballot asked for relatively little money and both passed. Sixty-one percent of Carlisle voters said yes to Question 1, approving an override of $189,429 to provide additional funding for Concord-Carlisle High School. Fortunately, Concord agreed, passing override ...more

And you thought the mosquitos were bad!

Due to the very wet winter and spring, Carlisle's woods and gardens will grow a bumper crop of ticks. Not just a nisance, thee tiny deer tick can be a carrier of Lyme disease. Prevention is the key See story

2003 The Carlisle Mosquito