The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, January 22, 2010

Breaking News: Carlisle School Committee Candidate
Forum to be held Thursday, January 28

VOTING DAY. Caitlin Holland casts her ballot in Tuesday’s Special Election for U.S. Senator as Cindy Nock turns the crank on the ballot box at Town Hall. (Photo by Beth Clarke)

State raises Carlisle School building project aid offer to $7 million

At a joint meeting on January 14, town and school officials agreed to accept a preliminary state offer of a 40% reimbursement rate for approved costs in the proposed Carlisle School building project. The Massachusetts School Building Authority (MSBA) approved $17.5 million out of $20 million in total project costs, for a total grant of $7 million (see Table ...more

Minuteman School Committee wrestles with ethics charges

Jeffrey Stulin, Chair of the School Committee of Minuteman Regional Career and Technical High School, opened a special meeting on January 13 that addressed rumors and anonymous letters, as well as concerns of the participating towns’ governments, about ethics issues relating to Superintendent Dr. Edward Bouquillon’s hiring practices and occupation of a ...more


Coakley wins Carlisle, loses state race

Democrat Martha Coakley beat Republican Scott Brown in Carlisle’s Special Election on Tuesday, January 19, but Brown prevailed state-wide by a clear margin to become Massachusetts’ new U.S. Senator. Brown was elected to finish the late Ted Kennedy’s unexpired term of office, which ends in 2012. ...more

SIGNS OF THE TIMES. Supporters of successful candidate Scott Brown hold signs in the snow by the Town Hall driveway on Election Day. (Photo by Beth Clarke)


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