Posts filed under: Selectboard

At its Oct. 9 meeting, the Selectboard heard budget proposals for the next fiscal year from five town agencies. The Listers Office proposed a budget of $61,720, down $6,327 from...
Three budget presentations for fiscal year 2019 were made at the Sept. 25 Charlotte Selectboard meeting. The Recreation Capital Reserve Fund, Tree Warden and Lewis Creek Association were the subjects...
Heather McKim | Staff Writer Charlotte’s wastewater pump station at the Town Green is getting some work in the form of valve and check-valve replacement. The issue of replacing the...
The ditch on Lewis Creek Road will be getting rock-lined thanks to a $9,700 Municipal Roads Grant-in-Aid pilot project. The grant was accepted at the Charlotte Selectboard’s Sept. 11 meeting....
A crowd of prospective farmers, concerned neighbors and town officials gathered at Mt. Philo Hops on East Thompson’s Point Road to try to resolve fermenting tensions over their farming operations...
Three proposals were submitted for the contract: Williston-based Coastal Building Maintenance (CBM VT), Danaher Custom Services Inc. of South Burlington, and Bobbi Jo Welch of B’s Perfection Cleaning Services....
Appointments have been made over the course of two Selectboard meetings in Charlotte. Marty Illick, James Donovan and Dean Bloch all took positions that serve the town in various ways....
At a special meeting of the Selectboard on July 30, board members voted to set the municipal tax rate for 2017/18 at $0.1719, a reduction about one-half of one cent...
Questions about lot 128 on Flat Rock Road linger even after the town settled a legal dispute involving the camp last month just prior to a court-ordered mediation. The settlement...
Because VCLT Property and Casualty Intermunicipal Fund, the town’s insurance company, has twice denied the town’s request to cover these expenses, the cost will have to come from town money,...
The short-term home rentals are usually posted on Airbnb or Vacation Rentals by Owner (VRBO). Airbnb lists 39 short-term home rentals in Charlotte. VRBO has approximately 15 rentals in Charlotte....
The Charlotte Selectboard asked your Tree Warden to conduct a preliminary assessment of trees that would need to be removed to accommodate an eight-foot wide trail that starts four feet...
  Morgan Magoon | News Intern When Scott Hardy of New Haven wanted to subdivide a 10-acre parcel of land on Mt. Philo Road into two five-acre lots, he applied...
Heather McKim | Staff writer Town purchasing practices—more specifically, the way purchasing paperwork is handled—were a matter of concern at the June 26 Selectboard meeting. The Selectboard voted to amend...
  Keith Morrill | Staff writer A Vermont company’s plan to build solar panels in Charlotte was dealt a serious setback after a recent proposed decision recommended that the Vermont...
Keith Morrill | Staff Writer The recent legal battles and evictions of leaseholders on Malletts Bay in Colchester have some Charlotte citizens asking if similar events could unfold in their...
Lynn Monty | Editor in Chief Speed limit enforcement in town has been an ongoing contentious issue, and Vermont State Police addressed the matter at a recent Selectboard meeting. Vermont...
Keith Morrill | Staff Writer The seven properties of Lane’s Lane stand apart from the nearly 200 camps hemming the shoreline of Thompson’s Point. Though they’re readily accessible above ground,...
Keith Morrill | Staff Writer The Town of Charlotte and one of its property owners remain divided over the fate of two lots on Flat Rock Road on Thompson’s Point....
Editor’s note: It was Susan Ohanian’s advisory motion to impeach Donald Trump that prompted the Selectboard’s letter to Rep. Peter Welch last month. The basis for the motion was Article...