The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, June 4, 2004


Carlisle's love of cars is evident in the recent census showing there are now 4,450 cars registered in a town with 1,663 homes, or 2.7 cars per household. Finding the right balance between traffic safety and automotive convenience is a challenge. On May 26, Town Administrator Madonna McKenzie, Police Chief Dave Galvin, Fire Chief Dave Flannery and DPW Superintendant ...more

On May 26 the Selectmen reviewed the final list of candidates for the Benfield Parcel A Task Force. The Task Force will develop a plan for siting affordable housing and a ballfield on land purchased by Carlisle at a Special Town Meeting in March. At previous meetings it was determined that the Board of Selectmen, Conservation Commission, Housing Authority, ...more

The Planning Board completed its final review of the site plans for the 189-foot wireless communication tower and facilities being proposed on the Anderegg property located at 871 Bedford Road. The board, along with the Carlisle Town Counsel, counsel for AT&T Wireless, the property owners, and Carlisle Building Inspector Bob Koning reviewed the few issues ...more

New Selectman. Chair Tim Hult welcomed new member Deb Belanger to the board. ...more

Planning Board

The Carlisle Public Schools came before the Planning Board on May 24 with a site plan for the construction of a pump station building and access road for a wastewater treatment facility on the school property at 83 School Street. The board focused its attention on the design of the roadway and, noting that a drainage study and the grading design had not yet ...more

A disintegrating access road to a construction site off East Street commanded the attention of the Conservation Commission's May 27 meeting. ConsCom Administrator Sylvia Willard reported that she had received no acknowledgment of two letters to owner Ed Hassey expressing concern about perceived instability in the steeply sloping driveway. She added that, following ...more

Today at 5 p.m. the Concord- Carlisle High School boys varsity lacrosse team will compete in a state tournament game, played at the high school field in Concord. Spectators are welcome. ...more

7:30 p.m., Town Hall

7:30 Minutes, agenda items ...more

2004 The Carlisle Mosquito