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Friday, January 6, 2006

News

Architects met with the School Building Committee again in late December, adding more details to conceptual drawings for the school master plan. ...more

The Board of Selectmen appointed Acting Chief John Sullivan as the next Carlisle Police Chief by a vote of 3-0 with two abstentions at their December 20 meeting, that was relocated to the Corey Auditorium to accommodate the large audience. ...more

At their last meeting the Concord-Carlisle Regional School Committee (RSC) voted to adopt the $19,189,282 FY07 budget guideline recommended by the Concord Finance Committee. The budget will require an override in Concord of roughly $190,000. With fewer Carlisle students enrolled at the high school than in recent years, Carlisle's portion of the regional high ...more

Two Christmas morning hikers found the body of 20-year-old Daniel Hunt of North Billerica in a car parked about 800 feet off the roadway on one of the ski trails in the Great Brook Farm State Park. Carlisle EMTs and an ALS team from Concord responded and pronounced the man dead at the scene. ...more

Carlisle's major events in 2005 included the bicentennial, the construction of a school wastewater treatment plant after a 10-year delay, a large housing development planned for Concord Street, and the retirement of Chief David Galvin after serving 26 years on the Carlisle Police Force. At year's end the Selectmen appointed Acting Chief John Sullivan as Galvin's ...more

With natural disasters such as hurricanes, floods, fires, and tornados taking more than the usual amount of space in national news coverage, Carlisle residents should be relieved to know that the Carlisle Board of Health (BOH) has a plan in place to handle emergencies. As the first name on the list to receive a call from emergency dispatchers in case of a ...more

The Zoning Board of Appeals (ZBA) reconvened on December 15 to continue the hearing on the Coventry Woods 40B application, which proposes construction of a 56-unit, age-restricted condominium development off Concord Street. Safety problems in a single-access development, the incompleteness of the application documentation and water issues were prime concerns ...more

The Carlisle Conservation Commission (ConsCom) closed the old year on a high note, as they welcomed 11 applicants for inclusion in the recently announced Land Stewardship Program. Thumbing through the stack of résumés) submitted by the Carlisle residents, vice-chairman Roy Watson declared himself "stunned" at the pool of talent represented. ...more

7:30 p.m. Town Hall

7:30 Minutes, bills ...more


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