The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, March 11, 2005


The annual town caucus, at which candidates are nominated for vacancies on elected town boards and committees, will be held on Monday, March 14, at 7:00 p.m. in the Clark Room at Town Hall. ...more

How do you squeeze $1 million in capital requests into a $146,000 budget? On February 28, Peter Chelton of the Long Term Capital Requirements Committee (LTCRC) presented recommendations to the Finance Committee for capital items to be included in the levy limit (no override) budget. With over a million dollars in requests and a FinCom guideline of $146,000, ...more

The Concord-Carlisle High School Feasibility Study Committee continued to explore the needs and options for rebuilding the high school, focusing on state square footage guidelines for a new school, the need for air conditioning, and how to get public input. ...more

· DARE funds. Approximately $3,200 has been raised in donations for the D.A.R.E. (Drug Abuse Resistance Education) program, reported Carlisle School Business Manager Steven Moore. The fund needs roughly $1,500 more, and the school hopes for more donations. ...more

Three old acquaintances have been claiming Carlisle Conservation Commission (ConsCom) attention over the years, and dropped in again at the February 24 ConsCom meeting. These three, the Greenough property, the Old Morse Road crossing and the cranberry bog dam, exemplify ConsCom's stewardship (as opposed to the regulatory) responsibility. ...more

At their March 3 meeting the Carlisle Board of Appeals (BOA) had a respite from dealing with difficult 40B applications as they listened to Amy and J.J. Supple of 136 Sunset Road make their case for a special permit for a new garage and a variance for a swimming pool on their property. ...more


The Beacon, March 3

· Home Depot on its way? ...more

Agendas for upcoming town committees and board meetings

Planning Board agenda for Mar. 14

Board of Selectmen agenda for March 15

2005 The Carlisle Mosquito