The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, September 21, 2007

News

"It's time for the Housing Authority to firmly plant the stake in the ground," said Chair Alan Lehotsky of the group's vote to build 26 units of senior housing on the Benfield Land on South Street. They have chosen to construct the maximum number of units authorized for the South Street property by Town Meeting, enough to earn the town a two-year ...more

Concord-Carlisle High School (CCHS), with over 1,250 students, can seem like a daunting place for new freshmen. Students from Carlisle, the Concord Peabody and Sanborn Middle Schools, the METCO program and private schools all come together. Most freshmen know a little over 100 kids on their first day. Last spring, CCHS physics teacher Brian Miller suggested ...more

The Recreation Commission (RecCom) Search Committee has chosen eight candidates for preliminary interviews from among the applications received for the new position of full-time recreation director. According to Norm Lind, commission member and head of the Search Committee, resumés were reviewed and semi-finalists were chosen when the Search Committee ...more

The Kimball Farm Carlisle ice cream stand voluntarily closed on Thursday, September 13, when contamination from E. coli bacteria was detected in a routine sample taken from water at their Westford location, but they were able to reopen a few days later on Sunday, September 16. Kimball Farm spokesman Dick Lamburn said that both their Carlisle and Westford stores ...more

· Greenough House. Selectmen declared the town-owned Greenough House on the Greenough conservation land off Maple Street as surplus property for demolition. Plans are to demolish the dilapidated building, remove all building materials, and restore the land to a natural state. ...more

Many residents noticed helicopter activity in town last week and passers-by may have noticed the presence of police at the ice cream stand on Bedford Road. According to Kimball Farm representative Dick Lamburn, a police helicopter was being used in the area. He said Kimball's property was used as a "base station" for communication with police on ...more

Each summer the Carlisle Selectmen devote an off-site meeting to review of last year's accomplishments and discussion of new goals for the coming year. At the end of the summer, a document is issued which lays out dozens of objectives for the coming year. ...more

Town Hall, 7:30 p.m.

7:30 Minutes, bills, agenda items ...more


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