The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, February 5, 2010

OUTFOXING WINTER’S CHILL. Curled nose to furry tail in a bed of dry leaves, a fox soaks up a little sun in a yard on Rutland Street. For a look at how domestic animals cope with the cold, see article on page 10. (Photo by Marc Lamere)

Panel interviews Carlisle School Committee candidates

Four candidates for the open Carlisle School Committee (CSC) position, Josh Kablotsky, Mary Storrs, Patti Hartigan and Don Rober, discussed their backgrounds and priorities for the school when they were interviewed on January 28 by a panel composed of members of the CSC and Board of Selectmen. The CSC and Selectmen are jointly responsible to appoint a candidate ...more

Gleason Library negotiates larger FY11 budget to retain certification

After the letter from the Gleason Public Library Board of Trustees that was published in the January 29 issue of the Carlisle Mosquito, attendees perhaps expected something approximating the “Gunfight at the OK Corral” at the Finance Committee (FinCom) meeting on February 1. Three library trustees, Priscilla Stevens, Ann Rosas and Larissa Shyjan, showed ...more

Historical Commission supports Bog House CPA application

The Land Stewardship Committee (LSC) asked the Historical Commission to support its application for Community Preservation Act (CPA) funding to restore the Cranberry Bog Conservation Land’s large wooden farm building when they spoke at the commission’s meeting on January 26. Warren Lyman of the LSC acknowledged that the Conservation Commission is the sponsoring ...more

CCHS Master Plan Committee focus narrows to one proposal

The Concord-Carlisle Regional High School (CCHS) Facilities Master Plan Committee has examined seven proposals offered by OMR Architects for renovating and adding to the school. On January 27, a vote was taken, and option “F” was unanimously supported. The plan would renovate the A Building, cafeteria and lower gym with demolition of the rest of the buildings ...more

CCHS meteorology class teaches more than the weather

Tucked away in a corner of the Concord-Carlisle High School (CCHS) is the studio for CCTV, the local cable access television station. Across half of one wall is a large green screen where once a week, meteorology students have “Green Screen Friday” where they make presentations that are taped for airing on the local access station. CCHS science teacher ...more

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