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Friday, May 15, 2009

STEEPLEWORK. Workmen are replacing one of the three wooden corners of this section of the First Religious Society steeple with idential fiberglass structure prior to the installation of the stealth cellular antennas. (Photo by Beth Clarke)

All ballot questions pass at Town Election

Shyjan elected Library Trustee

Despite a troubled economy, Carlisle voters reached into their pockets and approved all four funding questions on the ballot on Tuesday, May 12. Proposition 2-1/2 debt exclusions were approved for schematic designs for the Carlisle School building project; for Concord-Carlisle Regional High School facilities improvements; for a purchase of a new DPW roll-off ...more

Town Administrator to retire

Madonna McKenzie will retire as Carlisle’s Town Administrator, effective at the conclusion of her contract on September 30. She announced her plans during the brief Board of Selectmen (BOS) meeting held just prior to Town Meeting on May 4, according to BOS Chair Doug Stevenson. He said that the board was grateful that she has given the board time to find ...more


Withdrawn energy bylaw heads back to the drawing board

The withdrawal of Article 33 proposing a solar power generation and wind conversion systems bylaw from the Warrant for Town Meeting May 4 was a last minute decision by the Board of Selectmen (BOS) on the advice of the Accessory Alternative Clean Energy Generation Committee (AACEGC). After a year of work, two public meetings, and a thumbs-down review by the ...more

Student Senate offers students a voice in CCHS affairs

Every other Monday, an enthusiastic group of 30 devoted students gathers at Concord-Carlisle Regional High School (CCHS) to accomplish everything from planning major all-school social events to improving school policy. The group is known as the Concord-Carlisle Student Senate and is comprised of six senators elected per grade, in addition to committee members ...more

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