The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, September 1, 2006

EVEN THE TALLEST MUST START SMALL. Carlisle's first cell tower begins to take shape this week on the Anderegg property on Bedford Road. For another view, see back page. (Photo by Ellen Huber)
"Hurry up, it's after eight o'clock," I call to my husband. "Forget the toast, we'll get one of those delicious goodies at the Farmers Market to have later in the morning with a second cup of coffee when we get back home." ...more

"There is no toe that hasn't been stepped on," said Benfield Task Force member Russell Dion as he looked at four conceptual plans for placing 26 units of affordable housing and one ballfield on the town's Benfield Land on South Street. On Tuesday evening Task Force members recognized that the many overlapping constraints on the property make it impossible ...more

Want an excuse to feel virtuous eating ice cream? How about the knowledge that you are supporting local farming? ...more

The Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) has determined that Ferns Country store is operating as an unregistered public water supply as defined under 310 CMR 22.00. The Carlisle Board of Health (BOH) addressed this as well as concerns about Ferns' proposed expansion at Tuesday night's meeting. Carlisle Center's only store received another ...more

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2006 The Carlisle Mosquito