Caves and sinkholes, like those at Cave Hill just upstream of Carlisle’s water plant on the Conodoguinet, are unique natural resources and shouldn’t become conduits of contamination. Our goal is to make a clean sweep of Cave Hill, including bagging all the litter on two priority sites, to protect the environment, restore the dignity of… Read More Volunteer at Cave Hill Nature Center this Saturday (9/28/13) for National Public Lands Day!
First, let’s start by thanking the 30 neighbors who showed up to discuss ideas about the Tot Lot. It was such a great group of people with diverse thoughts on what the Tot Lot could become. There were a few neighbors whose homes border the park and their perspectives were extremely important to the conversation.… Read More Heberlig-Palmer Tot Lot Meeting Recap
The Sentinel wrote an article discussing the upcoming meeting about the Tot Lot Upgrade and Food Forest (read all about our initial ideas here. Hopefully it will help get more people to turn out but we have already heard back from a small group of people eager to start the discussion. The Landscape Planner/Developer… Read More Sentinel Article on Heberlig Palmer Tot Lot Upgrade and Food Forest
State-of-the-art video surveillance cameras will be up and running in part of Carlisle by spring. Borough council approved a project Wednesday night for five surveillance cameras and eight radio antennas in the Memorial Park area. Police officers will be able to view the live footage at the police station and in patrol cars via a… Read More Carlisle council OKs surveillance camera project
From the Sentinel: Surveillance cameras could be coming to Memorial Park in Carlisle. Council is expected to vote during its meeting tonight on whether or not to contract with Iron Sky, a Texas-based security company, to install cameras in the Carlisle park. Under the proposal, five video surveillance cameras and eight radio antennas would be… Read More Carlisle to vote on cameras at Memorial Park