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Friday, April 6, 2007

HISTORY LESSON. Carlisle School Supervisor of Buildings and Grounds David Flannery (on left), Phil Drew (center) and Carlisle Historical Society President Charlie Forsberg load artifacts from the school that are being donated to the Society. See story on page 7. (Photo by Mollie McPhee Ho)

On Wednesday evening, March 28, the Zoning Board of Appeals (ZBA) heard from Coventry Woods developer Mark O'Hagan, abutters to his proposed 40B project on Concord Street and their representatives, members of town boards, several Carlisle residents, and even State Representative Cory Atkins. Members listened to almost four hours of feedback and concerns, asking ...more

Carlisle's bear is back, hungry after wintering in a Carlisle den. Last year it found bird food and bee hives made tasty meals, but this year it has discovered that the really good stuff is inside horse barns and on one occasion, on the other side of a dog door. ...more

Sometimes, in Carlisle, energy is focused on preventing change to the town. However, this was decidedly not the case at community meetings held March 20 and 24 by a newly formed group called A Livable Carlisle Community (LCC). Instead, small groups of townspeople eagerly generated suggestions for future change, some of which imply dramatic changes in civic ...more

For the past 30 years, the Carlisle Mosquito has been more than fortunate to have on its staff the talented photographer, Midge Eliassen. Over the years, she could be seen around town taking photographs on assignment for the newspaper, as well as taking other photos which she knew would be of interest to people living in this community. Town Meeting, of course, ...more

Brenda Finn, Superintendent of the Concord-Carlisle Regional School District, announced in a letter to the high school community on April 3 that Peter Badalament will become principal of the Concord-Carlisle Regional High School (CCHS), effective July 1. Badalament succeeds Art Dulong, who is retiring as principal on June 30. ...more

The Community Preservation Committee (CPC) met April 2 to conclude deliberations and to vote on which of seven proposals they would recommend to voters at Town Meeting on April 30. Six projects were approved for a total of $385,715. ...more

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