All posts by: Shaw Israel Izikson, Contributor

During their regular meeting on Thursday, Oct. 7, the Planning Commission continued a public hearing on a planned nine-lot subdivision for 125 Lake Road....
Krasnow said town attorney advised board to ratify Sept. 27 vote with new motions...
 Despite rising printing costs, town resists the urge to go digital....
Employee salaries and “potential litigation” discussions held from public view...
As tractors thundered up from the Nichols farm Sunday, October 10, spectators along the parade route greeted the machinery with applause and whoops of joy....
Resignation letter states Planning Commission should “focus solely on Planning”...
While purchasing policies and procedures were debated at a special Selectboard meeting on Monday, Oct. 4 at Town Hall, no official decisions were made....
The town is considering a DRB to replace the ZBA and Planning Commission. Three former ZBA chairs say that’s not a good idea....
Attention, Charlotte cooks! Do you have a favorite recipe you would like to share with our readers? The Charlotte News welcomes everyone to submit their favorites. ...
In 1863, Rev. Bernice Darwin Ames wrote Charlotte’s history for Abby Hemenway’s Vermont Historical Gazetteer. “Hon. John A. Kasson is one of the most distinguished men Charlotte has produced....
The south wind blows and the ridgepole of the old one-room camp creaks above our heads. We are on the shores of mid-Lake Champlain. With the window slightly cracked open,...
The annual Charlotte Library Book Sale, sponsored by The Friends of the Charlotte Library, has been a popular and highly anticipated event since its modest start in 1995....
In support of a DRB - Land uses in Charlotte are regulated by two citizen boards. Both are appointed by the Selectboard....
The turnout was remarkable on a drizzly day in the low 50s to celebrate the newly installed solar system at the CCS compost shed....
The Food Shelf welcomes two new board members Anne Marie Andriola and Giles Anderson, both longtime food distribution volunteers....
Before I came upon Seating Arrangements, I had never heard of Maggie Shipstead, It seems she went to Harvard University, the Iowa Writers’ Workshop, and went on to become a...
Matt Bonoma’s wife, Maggie, grew up in Vermont and he grew up in Massachusetts. “She wanted to raise our kids here and she worked on me for 15 years,” Bonoma...
As the air becomes cooler and the leaves begin to fall, so too the Major League Baseball season comes to an end. For the Red Sox who are, at the...
Congratulations and Sympathies to Charlotters...
Course descriptions can be found in the printed Fall Schedule or on the website. Registration and payment is in person or by phone (425-6345)....