Friday, December 10, 2004

When Police Chief David Galvin graduated from Suffolk University in the early 1970s, he had a few solid assumptions about his future. He planned to join the FBI. He was certain he did not want to make a career of small-town police work. And he considered himself a confirmed bachelor. ...more

Before Town Meeting on December 6, town officials met with the School Building Committee (SBC) and HTA Engineers in the Corey dining room hoping to hear answers to the question on everyone's mind, "Why were bids so much higher than estimated?" ...more

After an hour and a quarter wait to achieve a quorum, the Special Town Meeting on December 6 was concluded quickly as Article 3, requesting additional funding for the Carlisle School wastewater treatment plant, was not moved (see story this page). ...more

"Recreational fields are a land-intensive activity and land in Carlisle is very expensive," said Tricia Smith of the Conservation Commission. In a nutshell, that's why the town is having such a difficult time providing playing fields for the growing number of Carlisle boys and girls who want to use them. And some people are eyeing town-owned conservation ...more


2004 The Carlisle Mosquito