The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, September 28, 2007

ASPIRING ACTIVITY. Sprint hoisted a wireless communication transmitter on September 20 to test the reception that would result from the proposed installation of antennas in the steeple of the First Religious Society on the Town Common. This test was for the 1800 MHz system Sprint plans to locate near the top of the steeple. With the transmitter in place, Sprint measured signal improvements, which were discussed at the Planning Board meeting on September 24 (see article on page 7.) (Photo by Dave Ives)

COA, RecCom space dropped in new school plan

The Carlisle School Committee (CSC) voted on September 19 to support the school expansion plan known as Option 3, modified with additional classrooms replacing the office space originally reserved for the Council on Aging (COA) and the Recreation Commission (RecCom). The estimated project cost is $28 million. For the September 25 Selectmen discussion of the ...more

The Carlisle School Committee (CSC) voted to retain control of the land under the Highland Building for possible future school use, and to request that the Selectmen form an ad hoc committee to quickly address the future of the building. The CSC set a deadline: the ad hoc committee is to develop a recommendation to the School Committee "for the removal ...more

An event two decades in the making, the groundbreaking ceremony for Phase 1 construction of the Bruce Freeman Rail Trail will be held in two weeks in Chelmsford. The public celebration will be held at Chelmsford's Old Town Hall (on Route 4 in the center of town) at 3 p.m. on Tuesday, October 9th. The ceremony will include remarks given by MassHighway ...more

For over ten years, the Concord and Carlisle Boards of Selectmen, Finance Committees and the Regional School Committee have met at the beginning of the budget season to understand needs and constraints of each town and the shared high school. By the end of this year's meeting on September 20, it was clear that Concord's fiscal picture is considerably rosier ...more

The establishment in Carlisle of one or more group homes for those with developmental disabilities would allow these individuals to remain close to family and community while satisfying 40B requirements for affordability at limited cost. That was the message brought by Kitty Small, regional program specialist, and Mary Beth Coyne, regional director, of the ...more

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