The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, June 6, 2008

WATERWORKS. Children help wash a fire truck on Saturday, May 31. (Photo by Lois d’Annunzio)

Historical Commission okays wireless facility in church steeple

Plans for an Omnipoint wireless facility at the First Religious Society (FRS) church were approved by the Historical Commission on May 27. In a continuation of a hearing on April 27, Jennifer Lewis of Prince, Lobel, Glovsky and Tye, attorney for Omnipoint Communications, Inc. (a subsidiary of T-Mobile), returned to the commission with revisions to Omnipoint’s ...more

Highland Committee in home stretch, seeks school input

The Highland Building Study Committee meeting on May 28 opened with Selectman Alan Carpenito’s announcement that the Board of Selectmen (BOS) would accept their advisory committee’s report in June or July. The committee agreed to try to finalize their report in two weeks’ time, for presentation to the Selectmen in writing by June 18 and then as an agenda ...more

Carlisle-based Hands On responds to disasters

From his home office on River Road overlooking the Concord River, David Campbell runs his non-profit organization called Hands On Disaster Response (HODR). Parked nearby is a mobile rescue vehicle, a retired ambulance painted with the HODR logo and web site address that serves as the “Mobile command unit #4” for domestic rescue missions. HODR is a volunteer, ...more

Enrollment declines weighed in Carlisle School plans

Declining enrollment at the Carlisle School will likely impact the focus of the proposed building project, as a recent report shows enrollment will continue to decrease in the next decade....more

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