The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, May 1, 2009

Minutemen and women of all ages march through Estabrook Woods to Concord during Patriots Day celebrations on April 20. (Photo by Ellen Huber)

FinCom against Highland repairs

On Monday the Finance Committee voted not to support expending $445,000 in CPA funds to make repairs to the Highland Building. Article 22 Motion 3 on the Warrant for Town Meeting May 4 proposes allocating funds to install and upgrade fire safety, plumbing and heating systems, and repair the external façade to the now-vacant and deteriorating ex-school building. ...more

Carlisle School Committee supports all Highland Warrant Articles

At its April 15 meeting, the Carlisle School Committee (CSC) examined the three Warrant Articles related to the future of the Highland Building. ...more

Updates on the Swine Flu

For advice on swine flu precautions see information from the Board of Health on page 20. For updates on the local and regional status of the flu outbreak, check the Carlisle Board of Health link online at. and the Massachusetts Department of Public Health website at: Δ


Selectmen drop wind turbine bylaw from TM: Support Gleason, Highland

On April 28 the Board of Selectmen (BOS) voted to withdraw the Wind Turbine bylaw, Article 33, from the Town Warrant at the request of the Alternative Energy Committee. A number of objections to the bylaw had been raised by the Planning Board, including concerns about ambient noise and migratory birds. Bill Tice, BOS representative to the Alternative Energy ...more

Town election candidates field questions at LWV Forum

On a sunny Sunday afternoon with temperatures hovering around 85 degrees, nine candidates for elected office came to the Town Hall to participate in the League of Women Voters’ Candidates Forum on April 26. This year’s only contested seat will be for the position of Library Trustee. ...more

See you at
Town Meeting on
Monday night,
May 4th!

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