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Signs urging voters to vote no on next week’s ballot items have gone missing from people’s lawns.Photo by Alex Bunten Stolen signs divert LUR amendment debate In a series of Front Porch Forum posts and emails to The Charlotte News, over a dozen Charlotters expressed their anger that the signs had been taken from their property and noted that removing them could be counterproductive. Continue Reading
The Charlotte News just wrapped up the most successful fund drive in its history—and that’s because of you.   ...
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The Selectboard is holding a Zoom informational meeting on Monday, March 1 to discuss the items on this year’s ballot ahead of Tuesday’s Town Meeting Day vote....
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Last Tuesday, The Charlotte News, along with the Grange and the Charlotte Public Library, hosted its annual Meet the Candidates night, where four Selectboard candidates answered questions posed by the...
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Some people allege there are a lot of unanswered questions about the impacts of adopting Articles 6 & 7. How can voters make sense of these issues?...
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In East Charlotte, two permits stand at an impasse. Richard Tenney got one to build a new well. Carrie Spear needs one to add septic to her store. There is...
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The Selectboard is holding a Zoom informational meeting on Monday, March 1 to discuss the items on this year’s ballot ahead of Tuesday’s Town Meeting Day vote....
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The Charlotte Selectboard voted to approve a Wastewater Allocation application by the Charlotte Family Health Center — a step toward allowing the center to tap into the town’s wastewater management...
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We are grateful to live in a community committed to reaching out a helping hand to our neighbors. Ours is a community that steps up with basic monetary support and,...
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Charlotter's write in about support for selectboard candidacy, school district's proposed budget and energy change....
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The Floral Heart Project, a COVID-19 Memorial effort, will lay floral hearts in cities and towns across the US in conjunction with a National Day of Mourning effort. ...
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To a fisherman, the mysteries of what lies beneath the surface, living in a world where we can survive only for a limited duration, speaks of a world vastly different...
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Hello, reading friends. I hope this finds you healthy, happy, and staying more or less sane in what I hope are the days of a waning pandemic. I hope you...
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Christine Cowart was living in New Jersey and skiing at Pico almost every weekend when she started seeing skiers with orange bibs. The bibs were worn by blind skiers and...
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