The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, May 6, 2005


There promises to be a bit of excitement in town elections on May 31, as several qualified candidates have come forward, resulting in contested positions on the Board of Selectmen, Housing Authority and Board of Health. On Sunday, May 1, the League of Women Voters sponsored a "Meet the Candidates" session, moderated by Cindy Nock of Carlisle and ...more

New bids for the school wastewater treatment system opened on Tuesday afternoon were lower than last year's bids, but not as low as hoped for, due to rising construction costs. The new low bid of $2,038,431 was $162,000 less than the $2.2 million low bid opened last fall. School Building Committee Chair Christy Barbee said while the school had hoped for a ...more

Conservation Commission members were warm in their appraisal of a progress report from the Land Stewardship Planning Committee (LSPC). That ad hoc group had been asked in late 2004 to come up with a road map to formation and operation of a permanent Land Stewardship Committee (LSC) that would undertake maintenance and management of the town's conservation ...more


The Beacon, April 28 ...more

The Sudbury-Assabet-Concord (SUASCO) Eighth Annual River Visions conference will take place on Wednesday, May 11 in Hudson. "The State of the Watershed" panel will present current information about water quality, water quantity and flow, land protection, habitat and diversity, and growth and development trends in the SUASCO watershed area. A five-year ...more

MASSPIRG will solicit in Carlisle in May, according to police chief David Galvin. MASSPIRG is a non-profit organization and as such the days and hours of solicitation cannot be restricted. Residents who do not wish to be solicited need to come to the station and make that request. ...more

Town Hall 7:30 p.m.

7:30 Minutes: 4/25/05 ...more

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