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In the wake of a series of conflict of interest issues, the Charlotte Selectboard solicited input from the public on how to improve the town’s conflict of interest policy, as...
The board of directors of The Charlotte News congratulates John Quinney on his appointment as interim president and publisher....
A special Selectboard meeting on March 4 and a regularly scheduled one on March 8 got the new board off to a spring, already violating Chair Matt Krasnow’s vow that...
The Selectboard this winter had to vote on whether or not to present Town Plan and Land Use Regulation amendments on the town ballot; two members of the board also...
The Charlotte Community Partners wrote a lot during the fall and early winter about the Resilience Survey, which was rolled out in November and ran into December....
On a frigid Tuesday morning Kendra Bowen came to the town hall to vote in person. A mom from East Charlotte, she believes participation is important for a functioning democracy....
The results were in, but not until midnight—there was a lot to count, and a lot of write-ins....
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...
Route 7 traffic was stopped in both directions Wednesday morning after a six-car crash in Charlotte south of State Park Road, .4 miles north of the Ferrisburgh town line. Roads...
A Saturday evening armed robbery at Spear’s Store in Charlotte ended without injury, but the perpetrator is still at large. Vermont State Police are currently investigating the incident....
It’s the biggest topic of the year—you’ve read about it in the paper for months, you’ve been to the Planning Commission Meetings, seen the Front Porch Forum posts, and read...
At Town Meeting, Charlotte residents are being asked to vote on a set of proposed updates to the Town Plan and Land Use Regulations....
There are two contested Selectboard races this year, and the candidates are coming out (metaphorically) to discuss town issues and meet the voters....
“The Selectboard wishes to offer you an opportunity to voluntarily resign your employment under a separation agreement.” A separation agreement ends Zoning Administrator Daniel Morgan’s 18-month term with the Town...
The pineapple is commonly known as a sign of hospitality; last week, someone did a most unhospitable thing to the owner of the Inn at Charlotte....
A regular Monday morning turned into an extraordinary one this week for Willa and Eric Lampman. Thirty-five weeks and six days into her pregnancy with twins, Willa went into labor...
The Charlotte News filed an Open Meeting Law violation complaint this week with the Charlotte Zoning Board of Adjustment, and plans to appeal for the full release of a batch...
The Community News Service gathered voter vignettes from across the state on Tuesday, Nov. 3. Here’s what they came across in Charlotte....
Charlotters cast their ballots early and enthusiastically this year—out of 3,317 total registered voters in town, 2,920 voted in this year’s November election. Town Clerk Mary Mead and Assistant Town...