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Friday, May 30, 2003

MEMORIAL DAY PARADE. The Carlisle Minutemen step out of Green Cemetery and head up Bedford Road to the Civil War Monument at the rotary. (Photo by Cynthia Sorn)
Larry Barton, chair of the Finance Committee, appeared before the Board of Selectmen on May 20 with a dilemma. Since Tony Allison must resign from FinCom due to his election to the Board of Selectmen, and with the terms of four other members expiring this year, "We're down to two members," he lamented. Simon Platt is not planning to "re-up," ...more
Four-way stop rescinded
Town explores alternate traffic controls at Acton & West

At their May 20 meeting the Board of Selectmen retracted an earlier decision to install a four-way stop on the corner of Acton and West Streets. ...more


At their meeting on May 20 the Board of Selectmen tossed around some ideas for an appropriate celebration for Carlisle's 200th birthday. There are actually two birthdays · our 250th as a district, commemorated in 2004, and 200th as a town, celebrated in 2005. Town Administrator Madonna McKenzie suggested combining the two anniversaries into a single ...more


Has this rainy spring kept you too much inside? Then get out on Friday and Saturday, June 13 and 14, and enjoy the Country Gardens Tour and Plant Sale, sponsored by the Carlisle Garden Club. The tour's seven gardens feature spectacular late-spring flowers, beautiful landscaping, and the peaceful country ambiance of Carlisle. "I'm really excited about ...more


2003 The Carlisle Mosquito