The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, May 28, 2010

MANY THANKS. Retiring after serving nine years on the Board of Selectmen, Tim Hult (center, right) receives a map of Carlisle at a party given in his honor on Tuesday afternoon. Standing with him are (left to right) Selectman Doug Stevenson, Ingo Szegvari, who built the frame, and Selectman John Williams. (Photo by Ellen Huber)

Selectmen updated on Highland stabilization

Summarizing the difficult decisions made by the Highland Stabilization Committee, committee member Bob Stone addressed the May 25 Selectmen’s meeting. “We will be applying for a Building Permit but will never apply for an Occupancy Permit.” The Selectmen’s charge to the committee had been to stabilize the building and Highland will not meet code requirements ...more

Gleason Public Library celebrates another milestone

Gone is the scaffolding that covered much of the front of the building during the repairs, as well as the temporary fencing to keep young and old from wandering through the construction. On May 22 Carlisle residents were invited to celebrate the completion of the renovation and repair to the Gleason Public Library. ...more

Benfield hearings end in sight

The Carlisle Zoning Board of Appeals (ZBA) hopes to finalize a set of conditions for development of the Benfield Farms senior housing project within the next few weeks. Although the affordable project is proceeding in partnership with the town, the developer, NOAH, is required to obtain a comprehensive permit under the state’s 40B law. The permit is issued ...more

Vietnam veteran Chuck Bagnaschi to speak on Memorial Day

Carlisle will hold its traditional Memorial Day observance on Monday, May 31. The Minuteman Company will raise the town flag to half-staff at 9:30 a.m. on the Town Common. Following that, ceremonies will take place in Corey Auditorium at 10 a.m. ...more


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