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Friday, March 21, 2008

THE LATEST IN ENVIRONMENTAL LEGISLATION. A good crowd turned out in Union Hall Monday night for the “Green Forum” with Rob Garrity and Cory Atkins (see story below). (Photo by Lois d’Annunzio)

Forum hears how state laws support green energy

Nearly 75 Carlisleans flocked into Union Hall Monday night to exchange ideas and hear State Representative Cory Atkins and Massachusetts Climate Action Chair Rob Garrity answer the question: “Green energy legislation: what’s new on Beacon Hill?” ...more

Single internal candidate applies for CCHS superintendent post

The Concord-Carlisle Regional School Committee (RSC) is looking for a candidate to replace Superintendent Brenda Finn, who will retire at the end of the school year, and has decided to search first within the school community. One application was received by the March 17 deadline. The candidate is scheduled to be interviewed on May 1, and the RSC expects to ...more

CPC supports Honor Roll, delays Benfield Land decision

On March 17, the Community Preservation Committee (CPC) continued deliberations on two remaining grant applications. At previous meetings the committee had voted to support grants for restoration of the liberty statue ($4,000), conservation of artifacts related to the history of Carlisle ($2,500) and assessment of restoration of the Gleason Public Library façade ...more

RABIES CLINIC. Assistant Mary Thresher (left) and Dr. Tiffany Rule hold Annie as Parker Rule rewards the Springer Spaniel with a cookie. Proof of vaccination is required for dog licenses, which must be purchased at the Town Clerk’s office by April 1. (Photo by Lois d’Annunzio)

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