The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, November 19, 2010

Repairs were made on Tuesday to the cistern being installed at the Fire Station. (Photo by Rik Pierce)

Benfield housing earns town 40B moratorium

With the Comprehensive Permit for Benfield now in place, Carlisle has earned the right to disapprove any new 40B development proposed in the town over the next two years. A Certification of Municipal Compliance has been issued by the Massachusetts Department of Housing and Community Development (DHCD), offering a two-year Carlisle moratorium from the 40B law. ...more

Contractor repairs damaged Fire Station cistern

The 40,000-gallon cistern being installed at the Fire Station sat damaged for a month, but this week workers have been busy making repairs and completing the installation. Once finished, the tank will be filled and checked for leaks over the following two weeks. ...more


Hurdles delay Elliott Farms common drive application

The Planning Board continued the hearing on November 8 to change the common driveway for the Elliott Farms property at 121 Skelton Road, in order to give the applicant time to work out possible lot line changes and to reach an agreement with an abutter who shares the driveway. The continuation of the public hearing is scheduled for 8 p.m. on December 13. ...more

KV Associates sought for CCHS project manager

After interviewing the four finalists from an initial field of 12 firms last week, the Concord-Carlisle High School (CCHS) Building Committee has entered into negotiations to hire KV Associates (KVA) of Boston as the Owners Project Manager for the upcoming feasibility study for the CCHS renovation project. If voters later approve construction funding, the project ...more

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