The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, August 1, 2003


Fourteen months after a culvert on Maple Street collapsed, making the road impassable to all traffic, repairs are nearing completion. On Wednesday DPW Chief Gary Davis told the Mosquito that he expects the roadway surface to be paved some time next week. ...more

Larry Barton has emerged as the Board of Selectmen's choice for the combined position of Town Treasurer and Tax Collector. At their meeting on July 29 the selectmen authorized Town Administrator Madonna McKenzie to negotiate a salary with Barton. Appointment is expected to follow once salary negotiations are completed. ...more

The Board of Selectmen have canceled the August 12 Town Meeting, because recent events will eliminate the FY04 budget deficit of approximately $50,000 caused by the late-June cuts in state aid. ...more

· Caroline Hill Scholarships. Recipients are Carlisle residents pursuing college education, and include: Andrew Daltas, Daniel Faucher, Karina and Katrina Przyjemski, and Larissa and Tatiana Winey. ...more

A draft 15-year management plan for three area U.S. Fish and Wildlife Refuges, including Great Meadows, has just arrived. There are many good, positive proposed management activities in the plan such as those designed to better document and understand the plant and animal communities in the refuges, to increase habitat value by management of invasive and overabundant ...more

The United States Department of the Interior Fish and Wildlife Service is hosting four open houses this summer for the public to provide comments on the draft Comprehensive Conservation Plan (CCP) and Environmental Assessment (EA) for the Great Meadows National Wildlife Refuge. Part of this wildlife refuge lies in Carlisle. ...more

· School Street house addition. Philip Lotane of 74 School Street appeared before the Historical Commission meeting on July 22 to seek approval for a family room addition and new deck at his home. He presented drawings of the plans and photographs of the existing house. Commissioner Barry Ganek noted that the selection of windows will be an issuethe ...more

Due to revisions to the state and federal laws regarding criminal record checks, the school is now required to run a Criminal Offender Record Information (CORI) request for all persons who plan to volunteer in the schools in any capacity. Since the checks can take up to ten weeks to complete, those who wish to volunteer at the beginning of the year should ...more

On June 19, the Board of Health (BOH) considered four waivers for septic system installations requiring repair, and entertained a request for a waiver for testing a new installation. ...more

The Concord-Carlisle Youth Baseball (Little League) Majors Championship game was played at Emerson Field on June 21, with the Reds defeating the Red Sox, 9-2. ...more

The C-C girls U-10 division third grade soccer team made an impressive showing this spring as they finished the regular season with a 6-1-2 record to win their division and qualify for the Commissioner's Cup playoffs. The C-C side started off strong with a great 2-1 win over Wilmington. The first goal came when halfback Eliza Noyes made a beautiful pass to ...more

C-C Spirit qualified for MTOC by compiling an impressive 5-2-1 record this Spring in Division 1 of the Middlesex League, finishing in second place and earning the wild card berth in the tournament. The team has had a number of other significant accomplishments this past year: winning the Team Sportsmanship Awards at both the Newton Columbus Day Weekend Tournament ...more

Candidates for the fall athletic program at Concord-Carlisle high school should report to their coaches on the dates and times listed below. It is a requirement that all candidates for CCHS athletic teams show evidence of a current physical exam. No one will be allowed to practice until his/her physical record has been updated. ...more

fourth quarter honor roll ...more

Town Hall, 7:30 p.m.

7:30 Minutes and agenda items ...more

2003 The Carlisle Mosquito