The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, October 13, 2006


Regional headlines

Land use

State Inspector General Gregory W. Sullivan is investigating whether excess profits in 40B developments are being shared appropriately with towns. ( law_violators?mode=PF)

"Plans are under way to include Barrett's Farm in Concord and a parcel on North Great Road in Lincoln in Minute Man National Historical Parkís boundary."(

The public is invited to a Saturday afternoon workshop to review the Walden Passage Feasibility Study on the feasibility of building a wildlife and pedestrian overpass. (www.townonline. com/lincoln/localRegional/articleid=586893)

Verizon versus Comcast

After months of deliberation and negotiation by town officials, Acton residents will have the choice between two cable providers by the start of next year. Acton's Board of Selectmen has approved a license to allow Verizon to compete with Comcast to provide cable services. (

Lincoln selectmen are close to allowing Verizon to operate in that town as well. (


State senate candidates will debate Oct. 29 at CCHS. (

2006 The Carlisle Mosquito