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Friday, January 14, 2005


School proposes new site for wastewater plant to save $$
Church Street site for wastewater plant may save $350K
In the newest installment of the on-going quest for a wastewater treatment plant for the Carlisle School, the School Building Committee (SBC) on Tuesday, January 11, made a recommendation to the Selectmen that the building site be changed. The new site behind the Church Street tennis courts would eliminate some of the factors that are believed to have driven ...more

The Carlisle parents attending the December 15 Carlisle School Committee meeting reacted positively to a new middle school plan developed by the Middle School Task Force. The goal of the task force was to develop a plan to support the needs of next year's sixth grade class. The task force consists of ten Carlisle School teachers and administrators. ...more

Planning Board administrator George Mansfield told the Planning Board on January 10 that developers Bruce Wheeler and Mark O'Hagen of Habitech Development LLC of North Reading met privately with him to discuss their preliminary plans for a 66-unit 40B development on Concord Street. Located between Palmer Way and Spencer Brook Lane (see map on page 5), the ...more

Attorney Ray Lyons, representing the New England Forestry Foundation, appeared before the Carlisle Board of Selectmen on December 15 to complete Phase III of the announced plan of the Reverend Janet Lovejoy and her family to place a total of 63 acres of predominantly forested upland under permanent conservation restriction (CR). The land is located between ...more

Developer Bill Costello's Cross Street conservation cluster of 15 lots took another step forward at the Planning Board meeting of January 10. Engineer George Dimakarakos from Stamsky and McNary submitted two copies of an emergency access plan for the site along with a request for feedback from the Board and the Fire Department. The plan, depicted on a map ...more

On January 6 the Benfield Task Force kicked off the New Year with presentations by the outside consultants. While details are still preliminary, two options for siting the playing field and the affordable housing development are beginning to be firmed up, in preparation for a presentation to the town in early February. ...more

Tsunami fundraiser. Carlisle School Superintendent Marie Doyle said at least three different fundraising efforts for the tsunami survivors were being explored by students and school staff. She will be meeting with the participants to encourage a school-wide effort which will also offer involvement for the Carlisle community. ...more

Carlisle School Business Manager Steven Moore presented his capital project priority list to the Carlisle School Commitee (CSC) on January 5. The report, which details projected needs for the next five years, lists six campus-wide projects for FY06. Committee member Wendell Sykes, noting the purchase or rental of modular classrooms was listed as the lowest ...more

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