The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, May 23, 2008

DAMP DEPARTURE. A little rain did not bother Dan Abel and Sarah Hoffman or the other students heading off to the Junior Prom on Friday evening, May 16. See page 9 for additional photos. (Photo by Dave Ives)

Neighborhood networks and emergency planning – then and now

How many people remember “Y2K” when people feared computer systems would grind to a halt as the year changed to 2000? The problem was that older software that stored dates using only two digits would be confused when “99” changed to “00.” In spite of efforts to upgrade software, some worried that critical systems like power supplies or financial ...more

Lieutenant Colonel Jeffrey R. Stutz to speak on Memorial Day

Carlisle will hold its traditional Memorial Day Observances on Monday, May 26, beginning at 9:30 a.m. on the Common with the raising of the flag to half-staff by the Colonial Minutemen. There will be a convocation in Corey Auditorium at 10 a.m. ...more

Carlisle School Committee welcomes new members

In the next year they will manage a $9 million school budget in lean financial times and negotiate a new contract with a strong teachers’ union. They will weigh in on the proposed building project, the Superintendent’s evaluation, and their own long-term goals. After being sworn into their new positions, Bill Fink and Louis Salemy attended their first meeting ...more


Alternative energy panel powers Mosquito meeting

Board President Jay Luby led a brief business meeting of the Mosquito’s parent company, Carlisle Communications, Inc. (CCI) on Thursday night in Union Hall before about 35 people, and then introduced the main event: a panel on alternative energy systems designed to give the public a primer on geothermal, solar and wind technologies. more ...

Luby, Carpenter, Therrien
Left to right, moderator Jay Luby, Paul Carpenter and Keith Therrien describe the benefits and costs of alternative energies in Carlisle.(Photo by Dave Ives)


© 2008 The Carlisle Mosquito