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Friday, October 9, 2009

State aid possible for limited CCHS building project

On September 30, the Massachusetts School Building Authority (MSBA) announced that Concord-Carlisle High School (CCHS) is invited to enter the Feasibility Study Phase for building projects eligible for potential funding. However, according to Regional School Committee (RSC) and CCHS Master Plan Committee member Jerry Wedge, the feasibility study is for repairs ...more

Town Meeting over easy: 17 minutes for two articles

The Special Town Meeting on October 5 provided an opportunity to meet the new Town Administrator Tim Goddard and new Moderator Wayne Davis, get updated on the Carlisle School Building project and to vote on two pieces of obscure business that will have the effect of reducing taxes in FY10. Apparently that was enough to bring townspeople out on a cool fall evening, ...more

Ferns plans indoor seating

BOH writes letter to DEP

supporting plan

Turning Ferns Country Store into a gathering place where townspeople can sit down for a bite to eat even when cold weather arrives is a dream for proprietor Larry Bearfield. The expansion of the store which began this summer includes plans for a 24-chair seating area. But while the Zoning Board of Appeals and Historical Commission have cleared the project, ...more

BOH plans public H1N1 flu clinics

Plans are being developed to hold federally funded H1N1 inoculation clinics in Carlisle this fall for youth age five to 18. The Carlisle Board of Health (BOH) and the Carlisle Medical Reserve Corps (MRC) met jointly on September 27 to begin planning the clinics. ...more

Body of missing person found near Carlisle line

The body of an 83-year old Concord resident missing since September 19 was found Tuesday, October 6, in dense woods off Pope Road near the Carlisle border, according to Acton Police Lt. Robert Parisi. Police had searched unsuccessfully for Richard Nethercut, concentrating on the Nashoba Brooks Conservation Area in Acton after his car was noticed in the parking ...more

Kickoff meeting held for Highland Building committees

The Highland Building Repair and Highland Future Uses Committees met jointly on October 1 to discuss organization and plans, and agreed to remain in close communication throughout the process of stabilizing the building and working toward recommending a use for it. The Selectmen have appointed Alan Carpenito, Nathan Brown and Selectman Peter Scavongelli to ...more

School Building Committee presents design ideas

After Town Meeting on Monday, October 5, the Carlisle School Building Committee (SBC) and Laurel Wernick, principal of HMFH Architects presented a proposed plan for the school project. A new building on the plaza would replace Spalding, tying the campus together and providing a new front entrance to the school. Audience members greeted the proposal agreeably, ...more

Carlisle School building project surveying, drilling to commence

At its October 1 meeting, the Carlisle School Building Committee (SBC) voted to recommend hiring Hager-Richter Geoscience, Inc. and McPhail Associates Inc. to begin work on the Carlisle School campus as part of the school building project. ...more

Historical Commission shorts, Sept. 29

Historical survey. “We’re pretty much finished,” reported consultant Gretchen Schuler at the September 29 Historical Commission meeting, as she presented the spreadsheet of historic properties that she and Anne Forbes have been compiling for the commission. The spreadsheet includes 210 properties that are ...more

CCHS reports progress toward NEASC goals: Renewed warning on state of buildings

The New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC) reviewed the Five-Year Progress Report of Concord-Carlisle High School (CCHS) and voted to continue the school’s accreditation due to good progress on many recommendations. However, the school will remain on warning status. CCHS Principal Peter Badalament told the Concord-Carlisle Regional School ...more

Water pipe leaks at CCHS

According to Concord-Carlisle Regional High School Deputy Superintendent John Flaherty, a leak developed in a three-quarter-inch section of pipe in a utility tunnel at the high school last week. Several thousand gallons of water were released and had to be pumped out. Flaherty said the situation would be evaluated to determine whether mold remediation will ...more

Board of Selectmen

agenda for Oct. 13

Town Hall, 7:00 p.m.

7:00 Town Administrator Report ...more


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