The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, November 30, 2007

STEADY STEED. A horse waits patiently by a barn door on Curve Street. (Photo by Mike Quayle)
by Mosquito staff with assistance from the Communications Department
The Carlisle Communications Department has undergone a major upgrade to the Enhanced 911 emergency response system, with the help of $225,000 in state funding. Public Safety Chief Dispatcher Mike Taplin says the new communications system has "greater capability and functionality." Carlisle is one of the last areas in the state to switch over to the ...more
Jo-Ann and David Driscoll of Fiske Street volunteered with Hands On Disaster Response after a powerful earthquake struck Peru in August. Jo-Ann was in Peru from September 30 until October 20, and David stayed on another month. They share their story with the Mosquito. ...more

On Tuesday, the Audit Committee, consisting of Simon Platt, Nina Ostrom and Deb Belanger, presented the final FY07 audit report for approval by the Board of Selectmen. The Audit Committee works with the town auditors in ensuring a smooth process in the annual financial review. "There are no areas of concern," said Platt. "We do have a clean ...more

The Carlisle School made the list of building projects approved for partial state funding released by the Massachusetts School Building Authority (MSBA) on Wednesday, November 28. Carlisle is listed as a "feasibility invitation," meaning the state plans to work with the school and town on designs for the proposed building project. ...more

Carlislean Jo-Ann Driscoll clears rubble from a mountainside in Concon, Peru. (Courtesy photo)


2007 The Carlisle Mosquito