The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, March 2, 2007

THE LARGE CAST OF EVITA at CCHS rehearses during school vacation week. The role of Evita, who appears at the top of the picture, is played by Annalee Mulhall. Performances begin tonight. See story and photos. (Photo by Nancy Roberts)

Town operating expenses that increase every year and two proposed large school building projects will have a large impact on property taxes over time, a new report shows. Though average household incomes are high, with the median income projected at around $164,000 in 2006, it remains to be seen whether residents can, or are willing to, absorb future tax increases. ...more

A 19.5-acre section of the subdivision proposed for the corner of Route 225 and Curve Street may include affordable housing, the Planning Board learned at its Februrary 26 meeting when George Dimakarakos of Stamski & McNary and Rob West representing Wilkins Hill Realty, LLC, presented the Preliminary Subdivision Plan for the 35-lot development now dubbed ...more

On a bitterly cold, blustery morning during school vacation week, several hardy cross-country skiers glide toward the ski barn at Great Brook Farm State Park while others stride away from it. Steve Carlin, the new park supervisor at Great Brook, watches them from his warm and sunny office in the historic North Schoolhouse. "It's been packed ever since ...more

The Zoning Board of Appeals (ZBA) hearing on the Coventry Woods 40B application continued on Friday evening, February 16, with the board pursuing unresolved questions about the potential impact of effluent from the development on the wells and homes of several abutters. At its last meeting, on January 29, the ZBA agreed with a strong recommendation from the ...more

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