The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, September 2, 2005


In an effort to open communication channels, the Concord-Carlisle Regional School Committee (RSC) presented what they see as school building needs to the Selectmen and Finance Committees of both Concord and Carlisle on August 10 at the Concord Town House. ...more

At its August 22 meeting the Planning Board received for review and endorsement a plan titled, "Town Subdivision Plan of Land for Parcel 'A' in Carlisle, Mass." The board responded with the question, "The Selectmen are planning a subdivision on the Benfield Property?" ...more

After a lull in visible activity on the affordable housing front, the Carlisle Housing Authority (CHA), met on August 16 at the home of chair Alan Lehotsky. Newly elected member Susan Stamps, second-year member James Bohn and interested citizen Eugenia Harris were joined by Selectman John Williams, who will be the liaison between the CHA and the Board of Selectmen, ...more

The Carlisle Conservation Commission (ConsCom) completed a marathon agenda on August 18, including ten public hearings, which provided examples of all the most common regulatory procedures that the state Wetland Protection Act (WPA) requires them to consider, namely, an alphabet soup of CRs, NOIs, RDAs and ANRAD/ORADs. Now to define and de-mystify them using ...more

The ad hoc Land Stewardship Planning Committee (the Planning Committee) established by the Conservation Commission delivered its final draft report on August 18. The Committee had been asked to propose a system of management or "stewardship" for Carlisle's 29 parcels of conservation land, totaling 1,068 acres. ...more

Cross Street development. Chair David Freedman and member Louise Hara reported on a site visit with William Costello and interested neighbors at the Cross Street conservation cluster development, henceforth to be known as Greystone Crossing. Freedman explained that the Planning Board tries to encourage pathways in new developments and requires ...more

• Town Common. The Town Common Committee presented a management plan for the Town Common and requested modest funds for liming the grassy areas. The board approved a design plan which includes flattening the areas where Old Home Day booths are placed and minor landscaping around the memorial. ...more

BUS 4 (Route begins at 8:05 a.m.) Grade 4 EXT. DAY

East Street @ Extended Day (p.m. only), 142

Cutters Ridge @ circle ...more

Kindergarten Noon drop-off

BUS 1, Martha ...more

BUS 4 (Route starts at 7:15 a.m.)

Brook Street 221 ...more

BUS 15 ...more

7:30 p.m. Town Hall

7:30 Minutes and bills ...more

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