The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, March 31, 2006

WHERE'S THE PEDESTRIAN PATH? Many town residents have been enjoying the mild spring weather this past week, including this feathered pair seen strolling by Saint Irene Church on East Street. (Photo by Ellen Huber)
Forty years ago this September, the first METCO students boarded school buses in Boston and headed for schools in the suburbs. ...more

Part two of the public hearing of the Recreation Commission (RecCom) plans for developing additional recreational facilities on the Banta-Davis Land off Bedford Road was reviewed at the Board of Selectmen's meeting on March 28. The plan calls for the construction of one multi-purpose field, two Little League fields and four tennis courts as reported in the ...more

Coming up . . .

Candidates Forum
Sunday, 3 to 5 p.m.
Clark Room, Town Hall

Mosquito Trash Party
April 8

Mosquito will not publish
April 21

After many interviews, site visits and input from parents and staff, two principals for the Carlisle School have been chosen, Superintendent Marie Doyle announced last Wednesday, March 29. Patrice Hurley has accepted the position of Elementary School Principal and Paul Graseck the Middle School Principal. "I am delighted to announce they have accepted," ...more

The Conservation Commission held a public hearing on March 23 to air their intent to double filing fees for applicants who undertake construction or other ground-altering activities within the 100-foot buffer zone of a wetland, without first submitting the required paperwork. Chairman Tom Schultz emphasized that the changes were not to be viewed as 'fines" ...more

Daylight Saving Time starts this Sunday, April 2.

2006 The Carlisle Mosquito