The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, October 17, 2003


A foiled burglary and a dramatic police chase through the center of town last Tuesday morning ended on Lowell Street with the car flipped on its roof and its two occupants, amazingly unhurt, under arrest. ...more

On Tuesday, the Selectmen unanimously approved the appointment of Charlene Hinton as the "Acting Town Clerk" until the annual Town Election in May 2004. ...more

The applicants were perhaps unfortunate to have to argue their case before the Conservation Commission (ConsCom) at a time when the ConsCom was dealing with a flood of Wetland Protection Act violations. (See story on page 5.) Richard and Heidi Parker were present October 9 for a continued hearing on their request for approval of a proposed house, driveway, ...more

Appointments. The Selectmen unanimously approved the appointment of Charlene Hinton as the Acting Town Clerk until the annual election in May 2004. (See story on page 1.) ...more

School wastewater plant. School Building Committee Chair Paul Morrison presented the plan for the wastewater treatment facility for the Carlisle Public School. Morrison said he has "heard nothing from anyone" regarding a legal challenge and has addressed the concerns of abutters. "Our legal position is stronger now," said ...more

50 Heald Road. The Conservation Commission considered an application from Katya Kalogeropoulos of Heald Road for construction of a 33- by 14-foot swimming pool and concrete patio with removal of trees and grading, all within the 100-foot buffer zone. Because the project required removal of a line of large trees and presented a drainage challenge, ...more

The rash of enforcement problems that have recently plagued the Conservation Commission (ConsCom) gave few signs of abating at a turbulent October 9 meeting. ...more

On Tuesday, Congressman Marty Meehan joined local officials, representatives of The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and the Trust for Public Land to celebrate the permanent protection of the 58-acre Kennelly property, located off Treble Cove Road in Billerica. The event, which was attended by a number of Carlisle officials, was acquired last summer after Congress ...more

An informal morning session with new Concord-Carlisle Superintendent of Schools Brenda Finn became tense when the discussion turned to the school budget and the cuts necessitated by the recent defeat of a budget override in Concord. Although the League of Women Voters, which sponsored the chat at the Ripley School in Concord on October 8, was initially disappointed ...more

Area residents plan future strategies

Residents from 101 communities covered by the Metropolitan Area Planning Council (MAPC) will participate in a Boston College Citizen's Seminar on October 29 "to identify what we must preserve and what we must change to make Metro Boston a better place to call home." The project, as explained by Marc Draisen, MAPC Executive Director, is a "regional ...more

Town Hall, 7:30 p.m.

7:30 Approval of Minutes ...more

2003 The Carlisle Mosquito