Friday, March 18, 2005

DESTINATION IMAGINATION. The Carlisle team of sixth graders took third place in the Destination Imagination competition on Sunday. Shown (left to right) are: Robert Drinkwater, Tommy Veitch, Jonathan Mayer, Tim Lamere, Ben Parra and Curran Wilmot. (Courtesy photo)
The Carlisle Council on Aging (COA) has a new director, Beth Winn of Concord. She comes to Carlisle from the position of Co-Executive Director for the Concord Alternative Residence, known as Belknap House. There she managed the day-to-day operations, the bookkeeping, meals and staffing for the House, as well as planning activities and transportation services ...more

A well-attended town caucus on Monday evening found candidates for all 14 open town offices and set up contested races for two Selectman positions as well as one seat on the Board of Health and one on the Housing Authority. ...more

BOA approves Maple Street 40B with extensive conditions

With a state-imposed deadline before them, the Carlisle Board of Appeals (BOA) voted unanimously to approve the 40B application by Massapoag Real Estate Development to construct an eight-unit condominium, including two affordable housing units, on four-plus acres off Maple Street. With many questions and safety concerns unresolved, the board attached an extensive ...more

On Tuesday the Selectmen voted to move the Spring Town Meeting to Monday, May 23, hoping that the Benfield Task Force will be ready with their plan for developing the town-owned Benfield Land. Although originally planned for May 2, additional time is needed for a state archeologist to render an opinion as to whether the site designated for housing on the Benfield ...more

2005 The Carlisle Mosquito