The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, July 29, 2005


With Selectmen Tony Allison and Tim Hult present, members of the Board of Health at the July 19 meeting expressed their thoughts on the use of pesticides and herbicides on the public pathways and showed concern that the Selectmen had authorized a test of herbicides without their input. ...more

After seven and a half months of study, evaluation, and soul-searching, the CCHS Feasibility Study Committee told the Concord-Carlisle Regional School Committee (RSC) on July 26 that rather than renovate and add on to the existing high school, a brand new high school facility should be built. The estimates, in today's dollars, are $90 million for new construction ...more

The plan for formation of a permanent Land Stewardship Subcommittee (LSS) to assist the Conservation Commission in management and maintenance of over 1,000 acres of town-owned open space has taken a significant step forward. At the commission's July 14 meeting Warren Lyman, chairman of the ad hoc Land Stewardship Planning Committee (LSPC) that had been asked ...more

Foss Farm gardeners —Slow down for turtles! Conservation Administrator Sylvia Willard reported that a turtle had been run over on the Foss Farm road to the garden plots. Commissioners voted to post a "turtle crossing" sign adjacent to the road. Gardeners are reminded that there is a 5-mph speed limit on that narrow dirt lane. ...more

The Board of Selectmen has announced that there are vacancies on the following committees: ...more

Candidates for the fall athletic program at Concord-Carlisle high school should report to their coaches on the following dates and times: ...more

First-year middle school art teacher Beth Sherman gave sudden notice of her resignation at the end of the school year in June. Sherman has taken a job at the Landmark School, a private school on the north shore for students with language-based learning disabilities. Sherman, reached by e-mail, confirmed her decision, saying, "I will be working towards ...more

Our first ever Carlisle Farmers Market last Saturday went off as flawlessly and miraculously as a pot luck supper, having just the right amount of food and variety. Like clockwork, around 7:30 a.m. we drove into the Kimball Ice Cream parking lot with trucks and cars laden with saw horses, card tables, cash boxes, signage and sundry wares. There we assembled ...more

7:30 p.m. Town Hall

7:30 Minutes and bills ...more

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