The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, February 12, 2010

HOLIDAY FANS. Children make fans and paper lanterns during the Chinese New Year celebration held at the Carlisle School on Saturday, February 6. Shown are (left to right) Pheobe Jolly, Aiko and Seiji Ma. (Photo by Jane Hamilton)

Special Town Meeting, Election set for April

The town will review the Carlisle Public School proposed building and renovation project at a Special Town Meeting on April 5 with a Special Election on April 13, one month ahead of the town’s Annual Town Meeting and Election already planned and scheduled for May. Lee Storrs, Chair of the Carlisle School Building Committee, based his request for the meeting ...more

Selectmen hear recommendations for trimming town government

The Special Committee for Structural Financial Planning (SFP) has met over the past months to evaluate a number of ideas for permanently reducing the size of town government. On Tuesday, February 9, SFP Chair Tim Hult reported to the Board of Selectmen (BOS), of which he is also chair. While one recommendation was made for reducing administration by roughly ...more

Mary Storrs joins Carlisle School Committee

The Selectmen and the Carlisle School Committee (CSC) voted on Tuesday evening to appoint Mary Storrs to temporarily fill the school committee seat vacated by Wendell Sykes last November. Storrs was elected as the clear front-runner on the first round of balloting. Storrs will hold the seat until the May 18 election when the town votes to fill two open three-year ...more

FinCom, library reach the same page

The Finance Committee (FinCom) continued its FY11 budget hearings on February 8 with the return of Gleason Public Library Director Angela Mollet, accompanied by library trustees Priscilla Stevens and Larissa Shyjan. The previous week’s budget hearing featured a dustup between the two groups, not seen since Marian the Librarian took command in River City. ...more


Leslie Wagner and Chuck Holleman in the current Players' production of "The Man Who Came to Dinner" (photo Rik Pierce)

Concord Players’ production features Carlisle talent

by Priscilla Stevens

Nobody was watching the Superbowl, or even discussing it, on Sunday night at 51 Walden in Concord. That is the home of the Concord Players, and the cast and crew of their production of Moss Hart and George S. Kaufman’s The Man Who Came to Dinner ...more

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