The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, June 18, 2004


The Concord-Carlisle Regional School Committee announced that they have reached a tentative agreement with the CCTA (Concord Carlisle Teacher's Association) for a new three-year contract. "We finished a marathon session at midnight" on June 8, said Regional School Committee chair Michael Fitzgerald. When asked if he knew the status of discussions ...more

Church Street segment

On Tuesday the Board of Selectmen unanimously approved the conversion of two roadways in Carlisle to one-way streets. The short section of Church Street that connects Westford Street to Concord Street will become one-way eastbound toward Concord Street. Those proceeding north on Concord Street who wish to go west on Westford Street must now proceed to the ...more

The River Steward Award for 2004 for outstanding contribution to the protection of the natural and scenic environments of the Assabet, Concord and Sudbury Rivers was presented posthumously to former Carlisle Selectman Vivian Chaput on Friday, June 11. Greg Peterson, of the Carlisle Conservation Foundation, accepted the award on behalf of Chaput's family. ...more

A limited building permit and gathering thunderclouds did not deter the This Old House crew from resuming filming of the third show for next season on Thursday, June 10. The series will air in the fall. A few Carlisle natives parked their cars and bicycles nearby to sneak a peek at the future. ...more

Last Tuesday Town Administrator Madonna McKenzie told the Carlisle Board of Selectmen that the Massachusetts legislature has changed the minimums and Carlisle is now eligible for a decrease of $2,802 in its Minuteman Regional High School assessment. However, McKenzie reported, Minuteman has decided not to change the assessments, claiming that it would need ...more

At their meeting on June 15, the Board of Selectmen voted to approve the site plan of Carlisle Public School's wastewater treatment plant by a vote of 3-0 with two members abstaining because they were not present for all of the public hearing process. Paul Clinghan, vice president of Hoyle, Tanner and Associates, consulting engineers for the project, presented ...more

The Board of Selectmen, at their June 15 meeting, unanimously approved the awarding of $6,250 from the Caroline Hill Scholarship Fund to the following students: ...more

When the Carlisle Congregational Church submitted their original site plan, there were no funds available to mount and display the church's antique bell and it was tucked away inside the rear entrance. Recently some members of the church donated funds to have the bell relocated to the circular island outside the front entrance. This bell dates back to 1867 ...more

An immediate response to a May 28 enforcement order relieved pressure on builder Ed Hassey when he appeared at the June 10 Conservation Commission meeting. After receiving notice of a serious violation of the Massachusetts Wetland Protection Act, a contrite Hassey had engaged environmental engineer Randy Sorenson of Carol R. Johnson Associates to draft a plan ...more

• Bedford Road. Stamski and McNary engineer George Dimakarakos offered a revised plan for replacement of an existing home, filed by Robert Maglone of Miracle Building Company. The enhanced specifications addressed a number of issues that had surfaced at the continued hearing on May 27. ...more

Town Hall, 7:30 p.m.

7:30 111 Craigie Circle ...more

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