The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, May 27, 2005

MANY THANKS, JOHN. Retiring Selectman John Ballantine receives a round of applause for his many years of public service in Carlisle. Over the years he has volunteered on the Finance Committee, Personnel Board, Housing Authority and Housing Assessment Committee, and he continues to serve on the Benfield Task Force. (Photo by Midge Eliassen)
No disagreements: Town Meeting approves all Articles
Vote on Benfield Land development delayed to June 8

The Warrant asked for a lot of money for fiscal year 2006, over $21 million, but the group of citizens that gathered for the Annual Town Meeting on Monday night came to approve the proposed expenditures, not to argue with them. In two and a half hours 25 Warrant Articles were moved and approved, most without any discussion. However, the near unanimity was ...more

RecCom protests poor aesthetics, possible odors

Voters approved additional construction funds for the school wastewater treatment plant Monday night, though as expected, the project no one loves had its share of comments. ...more

Townspeople will gather for the annual Memorial Day ceremony and parade this coming Monday, May 30, from 9:30 a.m. until noon. Participating in Carlisle's observance is a wonderful way to honor veterans and all those who have served our country. ...more

At the polls on Tuesday, Carlisle residents will decide the outcome of two important races for town offices. Three candidates are vying for two positions on the Board of Selectmen and there is a two-way race for one seat on the Carlisle Housing Authority. ...more

Vote on Tuesday

Town elections will be held on Tuesday, May 31. Polls at Town Hall, 66 Westford Street, will be open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. A sample ballot is on page 16.

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