The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, May 13, 2005

TEDDY BEARS FOR KIDS. Carlisle members of the Emerson Hospital Auxiliary create soft toys for pediatric patients. Left to right are: Judy Wells (standing), Nancy Hofstetter, Phyllis Goff, Alice Hardy, Ruth Reeder and Judy Bangs. (Photo by Ellen Huber)

Representatives of Sprint PCS met with the Board of Selectmen on May 10 to restate their case for town wireless coverage. "The wireless issue has been out there for a long time," said Sprint lawyer Brian Lamoureux. "We're here to reinitiate dialog." He noted that they had first approached the town in 1999 for sites on town-owned ...more

School wastewater system back before voters
Construction could begin this summer

The school wastewater treatment system will clear a final hurdle this month if voters approve construction funds at the Spring Town Meeting and the polls. ...more

Teen drinking in Carlisle and Concord
What every parent should know

How many Concord-Carlisle students have been drunk within the past month? What does a teen mean by "one drink?" What is the most common cover for attending a party with drinking? On Monday, a lineup of experts, including psychologist Kathryn Yamartina, emergency room physician Steven Sbardella, high school principal Art Dulong, Concord police lieutenant ...more
On Tuesday the Board of Selectmen accepted the resignation of Beth Winn as Council on Aging (COA) Director. Winn, who served as director for a scant two months, said in her letter of resignation that she was finding it very difficult to juggle the COA job with her bookkeeping clients and family life. ...more

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