The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, February 2, 2007

Many residents are anxious to voice their opinions on the Coventry Woods affordable housing development at the Zoning Board of Appeals hearing on Monday night. (Photo by Lois d'Annunzio)

On Tuesday, January 30, both parties to the negotiation of the Carlisle Police Union contract took a last stab at a settlement before entering binding arbitration, and in over four hours of discussion were able to reach agreement. "We're happy with the contract we signed and grateful for the support of the town," said Steve Mack, Carlisle Police ...more

Recently, Carlisle School Committee members were individually approached and asked to comment on their votes regarding Superintendent Marie Doyle's contract renewal. Now, although their votes were split on that issue, members say they have a good working relationship with each other and Doyle, who has been Superintendent since 2004. ...more

At long last, the Regional School Committee (RSC) approved a revised plan to create two new artificial turf fields to be constructed on the hill behind the Concord-Carlisle High School. RSC member Peter Fischelis and the group that worked to get this project "on the ground" have spent many hours, over months, of time trying to create a plan that ...more

At the end of Monday night's four-hour Zoning Board of Appeals (ZBA) hearing on the Coventry Woods 40B application, attorney for the applicant, Lou Levine, presented the board with a letter giving notice that the applicant now considers the public hearing closed. This followed ZBA attorney Dan Hill's recommendation that the board require a current copy of ...more
"Just wanted to say thank you for the cookies and for supporting the troops overseas," wrote Major Edward Sekerak. "They are a welcome taste from home. God bless you and God bless America." ...more

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