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Friday, September 19, 2003

SEPTEMBER 11 OBSERVED. Students and faculty of the Carlisle Public School gathered on the plaza at 9:30 a.m. for a brief ceremony of remembrance. (Photo by Ellen Huber)
The five men in red suits painting the police station are prisoners from the Billerica House of Corrections, made available by the sherriff's office. The deal is that the station furnishes paint, scrapers and lunch, which is ordered from Daisy's, and the state, upon request, furnishes the labor. The paint job will be completed within two weeks. ...more

On September 9 the Carlisle Board of Selectmen discussed the report, "Evaluation of Wireless Facility Demands in Carlisle, Massachusetts," with members of the Planning Board. The consulting firm, Broadcast Signal Lab, LLP, was hired by the Planning Board to prepare the report. Two Selectmen will join representatives of the Planning Board, Conservation ...more

With some consternation on the part of abutters and members of the Planning Board and Conservation Commission, the 40B comprehensive permit hearing on the application of Michael Kenney to develop eight units on four acres at 302 Lowell Road, known as Laurel Hollow, was finally closed. ...more

"Land values have gone through the roof," was Town Assessor John Speidel's short explanation for the 24% average jump in property values, as calculated by the current town-wide reassessment. Speidel and members of the Carlisle Board of Assessors met with the Selectmen on September 16. The average property value had an increase of about $153,000. ...more

View your 2004 property revaluation

submitted by John Speidel
Principal Assessor

The preliminary 2004 re-valuation assessments will be available for public disclosure on Monday, September 22 in the Assessors' Office in the Carlisle Town Hall, at 66 Westford Street. The values will also be available at the Gleason Public Library.

These values are pending Department of Revenue review.

2003 The Carlisle Mosquito