The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, November 18, 2005


The Carlisle Finance Committee (FinCom) recently issued a letter to all committees and departments specifying a guideline budget and outlining a new procedure for budget review. Each year the FinCom oversees the task of determining budgets for each department with the goal of making recommendations for the town-wide budget and any overrides at Spring Town ...more

Once again the Carlisle Police Department would like to announce it has received grant money to conduct extra traffic enforcement over the next few months. The grant is funded through the Governor's Highway Safety Bureau (GHSB) which is conducting its fourth year of the Click It or Ticket, and You Drink and Drive, You Lose campaigns. ...more

The Carlisle Conservation Commission (ConsCom) agenda for their November 10 meeting provides an object lesson for anyone who has recently done, or is planning to do, construction work in the vicinity of a wetland. A full 50% of the items considered that evening concerned persons who at some point over the past few months merited an Enforcement Order for violation ...more

Scenic Road Hearing (Concord Street). The Planning Board almost slipped into a Zen-like moment at a Scenic Road Hearing on November 14 when William Ho (817 Concord Street) requested permission to remove a 16-foot section of a "scenic stonewall" that could not be seen from the scenic roadway. The moment passed — unseen stonewalls ...more

A flu clinic for senior citizens is planned for December 2. ...more

463 Autumn Lane. Homeowner Robert Oleksiak filed a Request for Determination of Applicability (RDA) for grading associated with installation of a Title 5 septic system. Since the lot is partially in Concord and partially in Carlisle, paperwork had to be coordinated with an agent from Concord's Natural Resources Commission. Oleksiak ...more

Carlisle School Business Manager Steve Moore presented an outline of FY07 budget at the November 8 Carlisle School Committee meeting. "This is far from a complete budget," he warned. It does not include any "step" increases in salaries, and it assumes no increase in school supplies. Fees such as sports, transportation, and full-day ...more

The Concord-Carlisle Regional School Committee has begun to discuss the preliminary data for the FY07 high school budget. At their meeting on October 25, it was noted that special education costs were increasing, primarily due to an unanticipated increase in the number of students who need out-of-district placements. John Flaherty, Director of Finance and ...more

UNICEF. Fifth graders in Jen Reinhard's class had an extra reason to celebrate Halloween this year, Carlisle School Superintendent Marie Doyle explained at the November 8 Carlisle School Committee meeting. After researching what projects could be supported through the UNICEF web site, the class decided to raise enough money through donations ...more

Town Hall, 7:00 p.m.

7:00 Town Administrator report ...more

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