The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, October 29, 2004

News

Contributions to candidates for state office reached new highs this election season with funds coming from both individuals and, in some races, the candidates themselves. The election is also notable for the sums received by Republican candidates from the Massachusetts Republican Party. ...more
New group recommends shorter meetings, non-citizen inclusion

Debbie Bentley and Elissa Abruzzo, representing a newly-formed Civic Support Network, presented recommendations to the Selectmen on Tuesday, October 26. According to Bentley, the purpose of the network is to encourage greater participation in town government. "There are more and more boards and committees, and there doesn't seem to be the supply." ...more
How should new school buildings be planned and financed to avoid excessive tax increases in coming years? How much money do Town Hall and the schools need yearly to avoid falling behind in maintenance and technology? How feasible are additional land purchases? These are the types of questions the Long-Term Capital Requirements Committee (Long-Term Caps) will ...more
Student Donation to Music Program. Seventh-grade student Caroline Howe raised $100 by making and selling cupcakes at Carlisle's Old Home Day and made a contribution to the Carlisle Public School Music Program. Superintendent Marie Doyle told the School Committee (CSC) Wednesday evening, October 20 how grateful and full of admiration she is ...more
Real estate tax bills are due on Monday, November 1.
The town of Carlisle will participate in a year-long, multi-town pesticide awareness project, funded by a grant from the Toxics Use Reduction Insitute at UMass Lowell. Project manager Elaine Major of the Westford Water Department successfully obtained full funding for this ambitious project that will include the towns of Acton, Carlisle, Chelmsford, Concord, ...more
On Tuesday the Carlisle Board of Selectmen voted to schedule the Fall Town Meeting for Monday, December 6, to address two financial issues that can not be postponed until spring. Two Warrant Articles will ask for additional funding for construction of the Carlisle School wastewater treatment plant and repairs to the HVAC system at Town Hall. ...more
• Notify the Town Clerk's office of any change in residence and register to vote at Town Hall by October 13 at 8 p.m. ...more
The Mosquito asked candidates for state offices to summarize their qualifications and respond to questions (see box) on a number of issues important to Carlisle citizens.
The Mosquito asks the candidates
1. Please tell us a little about yourself. What are your qualifications for the position you are seeking? ...more
The Mosquito asked candidates for state offices to summarize their qualifications and respond to questions (see box) on a number of issues important to Carlisle citizens.
The Mosquito asks the candidates
1. Please tell us a little about yourself. What are your qualifications for the position you are seeking? ...more
Deer hunting season is here, so it is time to wear something visible and bright when you go in the woods. In general, hunting is prohibited in Carlisle, but individuals may hunt on their own property or with written permission from the property owner on their person. The Department of Fish and Wildlife has set the following hunting season dates: bow and arrow: ...more
Carlisle's Halloween Phantom appeared this year on Monday, October 18, at 10:16 p.m. He did what he always does: he left a package of wrapped candy and a note placed on the window, indicating he had been there. The note also directed the homeowner to deliver similar packages to two neighbors and to leave a Phantom note with each package. ...more
Town Hall, 7:30 p.m.
7:30 Bills and Minutes ...more

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