The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, March 25, 2005


On Monday March 21, the Finance Committee took a last look at the nearly $20 million dollar budget they are recommending to the Selectmen. The Selectmen had requested that the FinCom balance the operating budget so that no override of Proposition 2-1/2 is requested at the Spring Town Meeting in May. To do so, a transfer from free cash is necessary. With a ...more

Do not put away that Easter bonnet after Sunday's observances, because Carlisle is due for another social extravaganza in the form of the "This Old House Designer Open House." It is payback time for Carlisle residents who have suffered through months of traffic congestion and construction noise from the renovation of This Old House ...more

The Concord-Carlisle High School building is limiting what courses can be offered and how those courses are taught. As Superintendent Brenda Finn states, "[Academic] programs should drive the facility, not the other way around." The Feasibility Study Committee continues to debate whether renovating the high school buildings or constructing a whole ...more

The Finance Committee wrestled with some philosophcal issues at its meeting on March 14. (See front page story from a subsequent FinCom meeting.) ...more

A grant in the amount of $5,006 from the Concord Education Fund (CEF) is helping the Chinese Language Program at the Concord-Carlisle High School. ...more


Concord Journal, March 17

Hanscom crossroads: Schools, safety could feel crunch ...more

The Mosquito will hold its annual editorial review meeting on Monday, April 4, at 8 p.m. at the newspaper office at 872 Westford Street. This meeting is held to allow the public to express any concerns, criticisms or questions regarding the paper. Editors, as well as members of the newspaper's board of directors, will be on hand to listen to your comments. ...more

7:30 p.m. Town Hall

7:30 Emergency Preparedness ...more

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