The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, March 10, 2006


Rising costs in running the Concord-Carlisle High School (CCHS) are due to many factors, including contractual obligations, special education costs, debt service, energy and health care. Last week, the Regional School Committee (RSC) and the Concord Finance Committee presented information about the proposed FY07 CCHS budget and related override articles on ...more

Is it feasible to put two ball fields on the Foss Farm conservation land off Bedford Road? Are there, or are there not, significant legal or environmental impediments? If there are none, is it in the town's best interest to construct the facilities? ...more

On March 6, the Carlisle Public Schools (CPS) appeared before the Finance Committee (FinCom) to defend a $168,000 request for FY07 funding above the $296,530 FinCom guideline increase issued in the fall. The FinCom was very receptive, with one member suggesting adding to the budget proposed, putting a School Committee member in the unusual position of defending ...more

After months of work entering Carlisle's map data into a Geographic Information System (GIS), the Planning Board on February 27 considered ways to maintain and extend the system in the coming years. ...more

The Carlisle School Committee (CSC) voted to request a $8,416,520 budget for the FY07 school year. The budget is a 5.8% increase over the current school year. It is $168,000, or 2.1% over the FinCom's guideline 3.7% budget increase. ...more

Greystone Crossing, Off Cross Street, Public Hearing. A substantial deed document was presented by attorney Richard Gallogly (Rackemann, Sawyer and Brewster) and developer William Costello. The board made progress in reviewing the document, including rights retained by the grantor (Costello) during the construction phase and easements provided ...more

Laura and Peter Chelton appeared before the Zoning Board of Appeals last Thursday to request special permit extension to operate their business, Wayside Mortgage Company at 50 School Street. They also requested a special permit that would enable them to sublet part of their current office space to the law practice of Carlisle's former Police Chief, David Galvin. ...more

Superintendent Marie Doyle says addressing teacher morale at the Carlisle School remains her top priority as she works in the wake of the resignations of principals Steve Goodwin and Michael Giurlando. Doyle said she has gone to teacher staff meetings and sat with teachers individually to hear their concerns. ...more

As bird flu spreads accross Europe and the possiblility of pandemics seem less remote, Carlisle's Board of Healths (BOH) is working to increase emergency preparedness. ...more

Property owner Richard Bissell and engineer David Schofield appeared before the Board of Health (BOH) to review plans for a new septic system incorporating Innovative/Alternative (IA) technology to replace the failed septic system on Bissell's property at 145 South Street. Earlier, Bissell had received local approval for a system using standard ...more

683 East Street. John Delgado appeared before the Board of Health (BOH) February 28, to ask the board to re-issue a garbage grinder restriction for his property. In 2001 the BOH approved the demolition of Delgado's existing dwelling and the building of a new house in another location on his property. The board's approval included ...more

On March 6, the Carlisle Public School (CPS) submitted a request for capital projects to the Finance Committee (FinCom) that left off details for the largest item, one or two new boilers for the Wilkins building. This will likely be presented as a Warrant Article once a final estimate is obtained. Other items requested totaled $106,260. ...more

Town Hall, 7:00 p.m.

7:00 Town Administrator report ...more

2006 The Carlisle Mosquito