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Friday, July 15, 2005

News

Richard Boulé and Kent Gonzales of the Planning Board and Brian Lamoreaux of Sprint appeared at the July 12 Selectmen's meeting to reopen the debate on siting a cell tower in the center of town, possibly at the Carlisle School. ...more

On June 28 the Board of Selectmen voted to approve a policy for issuing licenses to dispense alcohol with the restriction that no off-premise (package store) sales will take place on Sunday. Voters at last fall's Town Meeting approved the sale of beer and wine but not harder alcohol. According to quotas set by the state Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission ...more

Responding to concerns for public safety, conflicts between visitor uses, and the need to enhance protection of wildlife resources, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service announced last month that beginning July 1, 2005, dogs would no longer be allowed at three area refuges administered by the Eastern Massachusetts National Wildlife Refuge Complex. "We are ...more

On Tuesday July 12, members of the Recreation Commission, Conservation Commission and the Pony Club, as well as victory gardeners and farmer Mark Duffy, gathered as the Selectmen opened a debate on extending the uses of Foss Farm. ...more

Terry Herndon, long-time member of the Board of Appeals (BOA), and keeper of the institutional memory for the relatively new Board of Appeals membership, warned the board that giving variances for septic systems is not in the board's book of rules. "We don't want to get into an area that's not within our swamp," said Herndon, warning the board that ...more

The Planning Board reviewed and approved a Preliminary Subdivision Plan submitted by Robert and Margaret Hilton for 70 Lowell Street entitled "Sugar Hollow" on June 27. ...more

CEF donates $94K. The Concord-Carlisle Regional School Committee (RSC) accepted an exceedingly generous gift of $94,030 from the Concord Education Foundation. The funds will upgrade the science department technology, adding more ACTIVboards, laptop and desktop computers, digital microscopes and other items. ACTIVboards are similar to black boards ...more

The Concord-Carlisle High School has recently hired George Kendall to teach in a newly-expanded drama program. Kendall (no relation to CCHS history teacher Ben Kendall,who is associated with co-curricular plays) is a fully-certified drama teacher with a great deal of experience producing and directing plays and musicals. He will be teaching two classes each ...more

Town Hall 7:30 p.m.

7:30 Minutes: 06/27/05 ...more


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