The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, November 3, 2006

election results

TEAMWORK. Carlisle firefighter Lloyd Burke kneels to help Zachary Clark operate the hose at the Fire Station Open House on Saturday. (Photo by Mike Quayle)
Would the desire of a blue-spotted salamander to live on the Benfield Land derail the will of thousands of Carlisleans to move ahead with affordable housing? On October 30, a Halloween-bedecked crowd voted for a compromise by approving Article 3. The result is a new configuration for the Benfield development that preserves salamander habitat by moving the ...more

Support for the proposal to expand recreation facilities on the Banta-Davis Land was not great enough to reach the required two-thirds majority when Article 1 was defeated by two votes at Special Town Meeting on October 30. ...more

Do Tuesday's local ballot questions mean anything now that the October 30 Town Meeting defeated Article 1, the proposal to expand recreation facilities on the Banta-Davis Land? The short answer is — maybe. According to Town Administrator Madonna McKenzie, because the ballot questions do not reference specific Town Meeting Articles, passage at Town Elections ...more

Change has been called the one constant in the field of computers, and that applies to the use of computers in education. Gene Warfel, director of Information Technology Services for Concord Public Schools and Concord-Carlisle Regional High School (CCHS), described recent upgrades and innovative uses of computers at the high school. ...more

Remember to vote on Nov. 7
Polls open 7 am to 8 pm
at Town Hall

see voting procedure

2006 The Carlisle Mosquito