The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, February 18, 2005


Regional Headlines

The Beacon, February 10

Attempts to take Community Preservation money ruffles feathers

Acton's legislators are helping to organize resistance to Governor Romney's proposed raid of the CPA fund.

The Billerica Minuteman, February 10

Carlisle plan prompts concern
The Carlisle Woods 40B development proposed in Carlisle with the access road mostly in Billerica came before the Billerica Zoning Board of Appeals on February 2. Abutters and town officials expressed their concerns and the hearing was continued to March 16.

UFO reported over Billerica
A UFO sighting is under investigation.

The Beacon, February 10

Jobs on the line?
Boxborough is considering combining its dispatch system with one or several neighboring towns as a cost saving measure.

Would town hunting ban cause a deer explosion?
A follow-up article on the hunting controversy looks at the deer problem in Boxborough.
Talk of senior center in Boxborough
Town officials are considering building a senior center for the growing senior population if a Community Development Block Grant could be secured to fund it.

The Chelmsford Independent, February 10
New business is shaping up
This is a feature story about Carlisle resident Gail MacLeod's new exercise business — Shapes for Women in Chelmsford.
This new column provides a glimpse of issues making news in surrounding towns. The articles can be seen in full on the Web (for two weeks after the publication date.) Go to and click on the appropriate newspaper or town, then click on local news and find the headline.

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