The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, July 2, 2010

JUMPING GEM. Harry Topol celebrates after winning a blue ribbon in the Old Home Day Frog Jumping Contest with a jump of 44 inches. (Photo by Beth Clarke)

Carlisle’s 2010 Honored Citizens: Tim and Mary Hult

It is a great privilege to be before you today in our wonderful Town of Carlisle to make the presentation of the Most Honored Citizen Award. We are reminded that this award reads: “to those who have given of themselves unselfishly to make our lives richer and to make Carlisle a place we proudly call home.” ...more

Highland project rebid pushed up to July

The Highland Building Committee was unanimous in its decision on June 28 to push re-bidding for the stabilization project to this summer, rather than holding off until next winter. Committee member Bob Stone asserted, “To defer the project until next year is a mistake.” Nathan Brown added, “We also want to be able to move on and address the future use ...more

Roll-over driver taken by life flight to Boston Medical

A 73-year-old Carlisle woman was air lifted from Banta-Davis Field to Boston Medical Center after her convertible rolled over at the corner of Bedford Road and Maple Street shortly before two on Monday afternoon, June 28. She was alone in the car. ...more


SBC reviews plans, summer work

The expenses for 72 rock probes were approved by the School Building Committee (SBC) at their meeting on June 24. These probes uncovered the fact that there is ledge at a depth of five feet where the cistern was to be situated. Instead of removing massive amounts of ledge, Carlisle’s Owner Project Manager Sean Fennell of Daedalus, Inc. suggested that the ...more

Benfield housing gets tentative nod from ZBA

The Zoning Board of Appeals (ZBA) unanimously voted on June 24 to approve, as a “non-binding application with conditions to be determined,” the Benfield Farms 40B special permit to build 26 units of affordable senior housing on South Street. ...more


Summer Schedule
The Mosquito will publish every other week
during the summer, with issues on July 16 and 30, August 13 and 27. Weekly publication will resume on September 10.

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