The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, August 27, 2010

CAN-DO CANINE. Shetland Sheepdog Jake clears a hurdle during agility practice at River Road Farm. See article on page 11. (Photo by Dave Strauss)

Kathy Coyle, long-time Carlislean, helped hatch the Mosquito

Editors Note: The DVD of the following interview, produced by David Ives, will soon be available at the Gleason Library. It is part of the Carlisle Oral History Project, sponsored by the Carlisle Mosquito. ...more

BOH moves on sewer connections

The Carlisle Board of Health (BOH) continues to have an interest in increasing utilization of the wastewater treatment plant at the Carlisle School. With the help of engineer Steve Pedersen, of Weston & Sampson Consultants, the board is re-submitting an application for a state-funded low-interest loan to finance a Town Center sewer project. Were thinking ...more


State examines disputed stream on Benfield Land

Mass. Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) representative Gary Bogue spent two hours inspecting a dry streambed crossing the Benfield property on August 17 in response to an appeal of the Conservation Commission (ConsCom) classification of the stream as intermittent. As reported in the July 30 issue of the Mosquito (Benfield wetlands decision ...more

Historic District celebrates 40 years

Even if you dont live in the Town Center, as a Carlisle resident you have a stake in preserving the buildings that give Carlisle the character of an early 19th century village, the charm and peacefulness of which appeal to the townspeople and those who choose to move here. Such was the decision of the 1969 Town Meeting that established the Carlisle ...more

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