The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, March 19, 2010

WHIZ OF A SHOW. Last week’s Carlisle School seventh-grade production of The Wizard of Oz was a smashing success. Pictured are: Ethan Chang as the Tin Man, Caleb Perlman playing the Cowardly Lion, Scout Feiner acting in the role of Toto, Reilly Harring as Dorothy and Gavin Saylor playing the Scarecrow. (Photo by Beth Clarke)

David and Jo-Ann Driscoll’s volunteer odyssey

“Welcome!” shouted David Driscoll through a bullhorn. “I have to tell you that because of the heat, we’ve discontinued putting chocolate mints on everyone’s pillows. They were melting and getting in everyone’s hair.” For a new contingent of about 120 doctors and nurses, this greeting was a rare light moment in what would become a week of medical ...more

High School renovation may cost $108 million

Architect Michael Rosenfeld estimates that the Concord-Carlisle Regional High School (CCHS) renovation design currently being considered would cost roughly $108 million to build, while he estimated a new structure would cost $111 million. If ultimately approved, Carlisle’s share would be roughly 30% of the net cost after any state reimbursement. He and members ...more

Kablotsky and Gorecki add names to ballot

According to Town Clerk Charlene Hinton, two residents have filed completed nomination papers to place their names on the ballot for the Annual Town Election on Tuesday, May 18. Josh Kablotsky of 99 Nickles Lane is running for a three-year term on the Carlisle School Committee and John Gorecki of 180 Hemlock Hill Road seeks a three-year term on the Board of ...more

FinCom favors Carlisle School building project

After three days of steady rain, one might expect the Finance Committee (FinCom) to be discussing the cost of building an ark or whether to consider the sudden appearance of lakefront property in Carlisle as “New Growth.” Instead, with the hope of brighter days ahead, members invited Lee Storrs, chair of the School Building Committee (SBC), to their March ...more

WET ENOUGH? Last weekend’s rains flooded Bedford Road near Kimball’s as well as other roads and basements throughout town. See article. (Photo by Cynthia Sorn)

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