The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, September 18, 2009

ALL EARS. Corn ripens near the house and dairy barn at Great Brook Farm State Park on North Road. (Photo by Beth Clarke)

BOH ponders flu clinics for H1N1

On September 15 the Carlisle Board of Health (BOH) decided to base their decision about town- or school-based vaccination of children against the H1N1 influenza virus (“swine flu”) on what the town of Concord does. Essentially, “we should do a coordinated effort with Concord . . . if they choose to do clinics, we should” as well, BOH chair Jeffrey Brem ...more

Benfield project faces stiff timetable

Will the Benfield Farm affordable housing developers obtain a comprehensive permit by February, in time to qualify for the next round of financing offered by the state? The developers, Neighborhood of Affordable Housing (NOAH), distributed a schedule to meet that goal when they met with members of town land-use boards at the Town Hall Advisory Group (THAG) ...more

Carlisle teen competes in whitewater freestyle kayaking

Tracy d’Arbeloff fervently hopes to compete in the 2012 Summer Olympic Games in London. And it could happen. The 17-year-old Russell Street resident possesses the physical stamina, strength and mental determination to continue on the path she’s started down as an elite athlete. One major obstacle stands in her way: the International Olympic Committee (IOC) ...more

Four firms vie to design CCHS Master Plan

Thirteen firms have bid on the contract to create a new master plan to upgrade the Concord-Carlisle Regional High School (CCHS) facility. On September 9, the CCHS Master Plan Committee discussed the strengths of the proposals and chose the four firms they will interview: Design Partners, Office of Michael Rosenfeld, Inc. (OMR), Perry Dean Rogers and S/L/A/M ...more

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