The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, June 2, 2006


Finalists for SPED Director position selected

by Cecile Sandwen

A key administrative position at the Carlisle Public School may be on the verge of being filled. The two finalists for the position of Director of Student Support Services are William Rokicki and Karen Slack. Both candidates have served as principals as well as directors of student support services....more

Neighborhood apprehensions were evident from the size of the audience that took up most of the seats in the Clark Room when an Abbreviated Notice of Resource Area Delineation (ANRAD) came to the floor at the Conservation Commission's May 25 meeting. The filing encompasses 133.5 acres of undeveloped land, bounded by Westford Street, Curve Street and residential ...more

Ed. note: John Ballantine is a former Carlisle Selectman and co-author of "Growing Pains," the 1999 report on the impact of population growth on Carlisle. He offers his interpretation of current demographic trends. ...more

Abutters to the town-owned park next to Ferns' garage overflowed the Heald Room at Town Hall on May 30, when the Carlisle Historical Commission heard preliminary plans to upgrade the park. Sabrina Perry, representing the Friends of the Carlisle Center Park, displayed several designs detailing proposed changes — replacing the fence, adding three granite ...more

Buses and driving age ramifications. Many aspects of busing were discussed at the RSC meeting on May 23. RSC student member Leigh Davis stated, "The buses from Carlisle are very full." She noted that many buses with routes in Concord coming into the high school in the morning did not have many students in them. CCHS Principal Art ...more

What is involved in a Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) go-ahead for testing wells to serve 41 units of proposed housing in Coventry Woods? What are the possible impacts on nearby wetlands? And most important, how reliable will the resulting data be? These are a few of the questions the Conservation Commission is about to tackle following a May ...more

Coventry Woods water and septic plans. The Carlisle Board of Health (BOH) met Tuesday night to discuss their concerns with regard to water supply, abutters' well testing and sewage treatment connected with the proposed 41-unit Coventry Woods 40B development on Concord Street. The Zoning Board of Appeals (ZBA) has asked the BOH to ...more

7:30 p.m. Town Hall

7:30 Minutes and bills ...more

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