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Friday, April 25, 2008


FinCom reviews need for CCHS override

On April 14 the Finance Committee (FinCom) and school representatives met to discuss strategies for presenting the proposed override for Concord-Carlisle High School (CCHS) at Annual Town Meeting on May 5. The need for a $251,000 high school override will have to be well justified to voters in a year in which the Carlisle School is cutting staff and Town Hall ...more

Berry Corner Lane feud nears resolution

An 11-year saga of neighborly disagreements, lawsuits and counter-suits on Berry Corner Lane may be reaching a long-overdue resolution. On April 14 the Planning Board welcomed John Boardman, Landtech Director of Engineering, to report on the status of the private dirt road. Under an agreement reached in June 2007, a group of residents and abutters would like ...more

Carlisle students win writing awards ...more

Shorts from the Carlisle School Committee, April 16

Evening band and chorus fees. The proposed $55 fee for evening band and chorus will cover the stipends for the teachers and the cost of sheet music, Superintendent Marie Doyle explained to the Carlisle School Committee on April 16. She estimates 110 students participate in band and chorus. Committee members Michael ...more

Carlisle School works to assure a safe school environment

Carlisle Police Chief John Sullivan, DARE Police Officer Ron Holsinger and Carlisle School Superintendent Marie Doyle attended a seminar on school safety hosted by the Boston field office of the U.S. Secret Service, and Doyle shared what they learned with the Carlisle School Committee (CSC) on April 16. The free seminar, held April 10 at Babson College, had ...more

Town selects sites for cell towers

At the Selectmen’s meeting April 22, Brian Larson reported for the Wireless Application Advisory Committee on the status of the RFP (Request for Proposal) for cell towers and communications buildings on town land. Larson noted that since the vote at Town Meeting last year to allow leasing certain town locations, further work has been done. As a result, some ...more

Teens in Bog incident seek restorative justice program

The ten teenagers detained by police after an attempted drinking party at the Cranberry Bog on April 11 (see Mosquito, April 10, page 1) have been referred to Communities for Restorative Justice (C4RJ) by the Carlisle Police Department. According to Police Chief John Sullivan, they will probably elect to work through their conflict with the law through a Restorative ...more

Candidates for town office introduce themselves

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