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Friday, December 10, 2010

GREEN SALE GRINS. The Bestoff family carry their purchases during the Greens Sale at the First Religious Society last Saturday. Nate accompanies his sister Maggie, who holds a gingerbread house kit, while their mom Rebecca follows, her arms full of wreaths. (Photo by Jane Hamilton)

Sgt. Kevin Cardonne to face disciplinary hearing

After meeting in private session on Tuesday night, the Selectmen made the following announcement on Wednesday, December 8: “Having received the investigator’s report regarding the matter of certain allegations made against Police Sgt. Kevin Cardonne, the Carlisle Board of Selectmen has voted to proceed with a disciplinary hearing which has been scheduled ...more

Police union agrees on new 3-year contract

The Board of Selectmen on December 7 approved a new contract with the police union. The Memorandum of Agreement with the Carlisle Police Officers Bargaining Unit will cover the years 2010-2013. The effect is a 0% increase in base pay for FY11, a 1.5% increase for FY12 and 2.8% increase for FY13. Effective July 1, one additional holiday is added, the day after ...more

Jon Golnik reflects on his campaign for U.S. Congress

Recent Congressional candidate, Jon Golnik took a break from raking leaves in his yard last week to talk about his experience running for Congressman in the 5th Congressional District. Golnik, who lives on Elizabeth Ridge Road with his wife, Phyllis, and two children, was a first-time Republican candidate challenging the Democratic incumbent, Niki Tsongas. ...more

Carlisle School budget up 2.97%

Staff cut as enrollment falls ...more

FinCom reviews Carlisle School budget

Finance Committee (FinCom) members appeared disappointed with the Carlisle School’s request for an increase of 2.97% for FY12 when they met with the Carlisle School Committee (CSC), Superintendent Joyce Mehaffey and Business Manager Susan Pray on December 6. ...more

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