The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, May 23, 2008

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

Pathways construction speeds ahead

Over 30 years after it was first suggested, the Town Center system of pathways is becoming a reality. The Pedestrian and Bike Safety Advisory (Pathways) Committee met on Monday, May 19, to discuss the status of ongoing construction and to plan ways to publicize the footpaths. ...more

Monument Street bridge closes May 28

Large electronic signs warn motorists that Concord’s Flint Bridge on Monument Street, just north of the North Bridge parking lot, will be closed for repair beginning May 28. Concord Town Engineer Michael Gorenstein advises Carlisle motorists to seek alternate routes to Concord, preferably via Route 225 to Route 62. He believes the shortest detour, leading ...more

RSC mulls high school building project

At the May 13 Concord-Carlisle Regional School Committee (RSC) meeting Superintendent Brenda Finn discussed a letter she has received from the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC) requesting the status and timeline for implementation of recommendations made in its 2005 accreditation review of the Concord-Carlisle Regional High School (CCHS) ...more

Shorts from the Concord-Carlisle Regional School Committee, May 13

Additional state aid. Additional state aid for the Concord-Carlisle Regional High School (CCHS) was announced at the May 13 meeting of the Regional School Committee (RSC). CCHS will receive $179,751 from the state’s extraordinary relief fund to offset the large spike in out-of-district placement costs for special ...more

Historical Commission Agenda for May 27

7:30 Minutes ...more


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