| ||Draft 2020 Open Space & Recreation Plan for Review|
| ||Affordable Housing|
| ||Agricultural Commission|
| ||Annual Town Report|
| ||Annual Tree Collections - Carlisle Police Department|
| ||Annual Tree Lighting at Town Common|
| ||Bio Monitoring Study Presentation||Massachusetts Biomonitoring Study
September 26th at 7:30 pm
The Mass. Dept. of Public Health (DPH) is conducting a statewide environmental health study to help understand baseline levels of exposure to certain environmental chemicals, such as arsenic and uranium. The study employs a technique known as biomonitoring, where levels of environmental chemicals are measured from blood and urine samples from human participants. Through this statewide Biomonitoring Massachusetts Study, DPH is trying to determine the range of levels that exist and what may be contributing to them.
The Carlisle Health Department has invited DPH to offer an informational meeting on September 26, 2018 to talk about biomonitoring, potential risk of exposure to naturally occurring uranium and arsenic in private wells, and community interest in biomonitoring services. Topics to be covered include naturally occurring uranium and arsenic (and other metals) in groundwater, interpretation of private well sampling results, and an overview of the Biomonitoring Massachusetts Study.|
| ||Board of Assessors|
| ||Board of Health|
| ||Board of Registrars|
| ||Board of Selectmen|
| ||Cable Advisory Committee|
| ||Carlisle Cheer Project|
| ||Carlisle Governance Task Force|
| ||Carlisle Hazard Mitigation Plan|
| ||Carlisle Poppy Project - Nov 2 -15, 2018||November 2nd-15th 2018
?Carlisle Poppy Display
A Community Art Installation of more that 3000 handmade poppies remembering ??the centenary of the end of World War One. |
| ||CARLISLE SELECT BOARD|
| ||Celebrations Committee|
| ||Community Preservation Committee|
| ||Conservation Commission|
| ||Conservation Restriction Advisory Committee|
| ||Council on Aging|
| ||Cranberry Bog Working Group|
| ||Cultural Council - Town Events||Free Public Event |
| ||Deer Committee|
| ||Emergency Notification System|
| ||Energy Task Force|
| ||FINAL OPEN SPACE PLAN|
| ||Finance Committee|
| ||Fire Department|
| ||Free High-Performance Heat Pump!||Enter Drawing for Free High-Performance Heat Pump!
The success of our recent HeatSmart initiative allows us to offer a free mini-split heat pump (approximately $5,000 value) to an eligible Carlisle household.
To be eligible for this drawing, you must:
• Live in Carlisle
• Own the home in which you live
• Have a total household income below 80% of the state-median income
• Currently heat your home primarily using fuel oil, propane, or electricity.
For further details and to enter this drawing, read, complete, and submit this form .
Completed entry forms are due December 7, 2018.
| ||HALF STAFF NOTIFICATIONS|
| ||HAZARDOUS WASTE DAY COLLECTION||HAZARDOUS WASTE DAY COLLECTION
SATURDAY, April 20, 2019
9 AM – 12 NOON
| ||Historical Commission|
| ||Holiday Observance - Thanksgiving||The Town Hall will be CLOSED on Thursday, November 22nd and Friday, November 23rd in observance of the Thanksgiving holiday.
| ||Household Recycling Committee|
| ||Housing Authority|
| ||Important Notice from Town Moderator Regarding Special Town Meeting of October 2nd|
| ||Long - Term Capital Requirements Committee|
| ||Master Plan Steering Committee||Carlisle seeks to develop a comprehensive
master plan that addresses both
short-term needs and long-term goals
for the town. The Master Plan will
inform town policy and inspire the
community to participate in Carlisle’s
ongoing improvement as a sustainable community.|
| ||Master Plan Steering Committee - Public Survey|
| ||Municipal Aggregation|
| ||Notice of Paving||The Carlisle DPW will be paving River Road from Bedford Road to Skelton Road beginning Monday, September 24th at 7:00 AM.|
| ||Notice of Town Board Vacancies|
| ||Planning Board|
| ||Police Department|
| ||PRELIMINARY Results of State Primary|
| ||Press Release|
| ||Press Release regarding Internal Audit (08/09/19)||In July, the Town of Carlisle became aware of an investigation by the Littleton Police Department and the Middlesex District Attorney's Office into allegations of misappropriation of town funds by a former Littleton official. That individual, who is now deceased, was also recently employed by the Town of Carlisle.
As a matter of due diligence and fiduciary responsibility, the Board of Selectmen immediately engaged CliftonLarsenAllen LLP (CLA), the Town of Carlisle’s independent auditors, to reconcile the cash activity of the Treasurer’s records with the Town’s bank statements and general ledger for the period of March 1 through July 3, 2019, the period of time this individual was employed by Carlisle. After completing this assignment, CLA has stated that all Town funds have been accounted for, no financial irregularities or evidence of financial fraud was detected, and that Carlisle’s financial controls are appropriate and adequate.
Town officials are now satisfied that this matter is closed as far as the Town of Carlisle is concerned.|
| ||Public Information Hearings||Speed Limit|
| ||Public Survey|
| ||Recognition||Mary de Alderete, CMC of Town of Carlisle, has earned the designation of Certified Municipal Clerk (CMC), which is awarded by the International Institute of Municipal Clerks (IIMC), Inc. |
| ||Recreation Commission|
| ||Scholarship Advisory Committee|
| ||Scholarship Opportunities|
| ||Senior Tax Worker Opening - Crossing Guard||The Carlisle Senior Tax Worker program has an opening for a Crossing Guard for the 2021-2022 school year. If you are a Carlisle property owner aged 60 or older, or if you live with a Carlisle senior who meets the eligibility requirements, you may participate in the Senior Tax Worker program. This program enables you to offset your property tax bill by up to $1,000 by performing a maximum of 74 hours of work in a 12-month period for a town department, valued at the current minimum wage of $13.50 per hour.
Crossing Guards work 1 hour per day when school is in session and must be comfortable working in variable weather conditions. Hours are 2:15-3:15 pm, and 11:45 am – 12:45 pm on early release days. If you are interested in learning more about this opportunity or receiving an application for the program, please contact Joan Ingersoll at the Council on Aging, firstname.lastname@example.org, 978-371-2895.
| ||Tax Collector|
| ||Town Administrator|
| ||Town Clerk|
| ||Town Hall Closings|
| ||Town Hall Closure|
| ||Town Meeting|
| ||Trail Advisory - Bow Hunting on Trails||The Town of Carlisle has instituted a bow and arrow hunting program to manage the deer population on certain properties.
The bow hunting season is from Oct. 1 to Nov. 24. There is no hunting on Sunday.
| ||Trails Committee|
| ||Transfer Station|
| ||Transfer Station||Sticker Fee Increased to $30.00|
| ||Veteran's Services|
| ||Zoning Board of Appeals|