The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, March 30, 2007

WAITING FOR SPRING? A herd of deer step through the snow, heading toward the woods near Rutland Street. (Photo by Cynthia Sorn)
In a surprise move, Selectman Tim Hult on Tuesday asked his colleagues to consider two proposals for restructuring the override in order to avoid going to Town Meeting with a plan that does not have Finance Committee (FinCom) approval (see article in this issue). The Selectmen had opened the Warrant for April 30 Town Meeting to put on a few finishing touches ...more

A group of Carlisle residents are forming a not-for-profit corporation with the goal of building up to 24 units of affordable housing on a 19.5-acre piece of the Wilson property located off Westford and Curve Streets. The encompassing acreage is the proposed location of a traditional subdivision of single-family homes, called Hanover Hill, that is being reviewed ...more

Mosquito Trash Party Saturday
9 to noon
Three televisions, two cable boxes, a TiVo box, two computers, a printer, three DVD players, five phones, and an extra refrigerator in the basement — this is only the first part of the list of things in my house that waste energy daily. While I was at the Climate Change Symposium at CCHS last Saturday, I felt aware of my energy-wasting self among an ...more

The Carlisle School Committee (CSC) voted on March 21 to sign a new three-year contract with School Superintendent Marie Doyle. The Committee had decided in December to renew her contract, but had been negotiating the details during the past three months. The Superintendent will be paid a base salary of $130,636, up from $124,415 this year, with additional ...more

2007 The Carlisle Mosquito