The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, January 23, 2009

SLIP SLIDING AWAY. Families take advantage of the school holiday honoring Martin Luther King Jr.’s birthday and hit the cross-country ski trails at Great Brook Farm State Park’s ski touring center. (Photo by Jane Hamilton)

Rocky Point profitability report still missing after two years

Aaron Gornstein of Citizens’ Housing and Planning Association (CHAPA) has notified the Town of Carlisle that an audited certification detailing development costs and proceeds for the Rocky Point affordable housing project has not been received. The initial request was sent to developer Michael Kenny on December 19, 2006, at which time the development project ...more

It’s in the mail: Town surveys need for services

Have you opened the large white envelope that arrived in Carlisle mailboxes this week containing the Official Town Needs Survey? Jim Elgin hopes you will. He is leading the team of six who developed the survey. ...more

Committee looks at restructuring administration

Is it time to try a new administrative model at the Carlisle School to save money and increase efficiency? The Carlisle School Committee (CSC) is looking at forming a Superintendency Union with Concord in order to share administrative personnel with both the Concord and the Concord-Carlisle Regional School Districts. CSC Chair Chad Koski said that research ...more

Benfield developer selected, what’s next?

With the selection of a Benfield developer completed, the Affordable Housing Trust met on January 15 to review the process going forward and to discuss the financial implications to the town. The trust was formed by Town Meeting in 2006 to facilitate the creation of affordable housing. Members include the five Selectmen as well as Planning Board representative ...more

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