The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, March 20, 2009

WHAT’S UP? Bedford Road residents Carolyn and Dick Shohet paused on their walk last Sunday to see what Phyllis Hughes was painting. (Photo by Ellen Huber)

Expanded well regs to include increased testing, BOH enforcement

Several years ago, when the Carlisle Board of Health (BOH) first became aware that the state planned to update its Title 5 regulations (released in April 2008), the BOH began work to update the town’s official septic regulations and water supply regulations. The local septic regulations were updated last year and on February 10, in preparation for its March ...more

Scanvongelli runs for Selectman

Peter Scanvongelli of 240 Hutchins Road has successfully completed the Nomination by Petition process to place his name on the ballot for one of the two open seats on the Board of Selectmen (BOS) at the May 12 Annual Town Election. Scanvongelli submitted almost three times the necessary 26 signatures. No one else has turned in nomination petitions and the deadline ...more

French student Marion Jacquin, left, and her “corre” CCHS host student, Sonie Boor. (Courtesy photo)

Mosquitoes to marijuana, 35 articles pack TM Warrant

From school buildings to wind turbines to marijuana to mosquitoes, the 35 articles on the Warrant for Town Meeting on May 4 encompass a number of potentially controversial topics. So it was with obvious relief that the Board of Selectmen (BOS) on March 10 greeted the news that an override vote to balance the FY10 town budget will not be needed. However, the ...more

Wind turbine bylaw hearing draws crowd

A near-capacity audience attended the March 9 public hearing on the proposed new bylaw on Wind Energy Conversion Systems held by the Planning Board and the Alternate Energy Generation Committee. The proposal would establish standards for locating and using wind turbines in any zoning district by special permit issued by the Zoning Board of Appeals (ZBA). The ...more

French students spend two weeks at CCHS

On February 7, CCHS students, parents and siblings huddled in the cold with anticipation as 16 French students descended from a bus at CCHS. Along with an assortment of luggage came a barrage of French chattering: “As-tu ton sac?” ...more


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