Posts filed under: Selectboard

Although Selectboard Chair Jim Faulkner broke three ribs when a large landscaping mower flipped over on him, the accident could have been much worse....
It’s probably incorrect to say that plans for building a town garage are headed back to the drawing board, because plans for the garage really never left the metaphorical drawing...
A kinder, gentler Charlotte. A closer, more confident, friendlier and a more helpful Charlotte. These are just some of the benefits community members advocating for Community Heart & Soul see...
But unlike the ubiquitous signs described in the Five Man Electrical Band’s 1970 international hit “Signs,” the Charlotte Selectboard’s sign discussions on Monday, March 14, were about signs that will...
Jim Faulkner and Frank Tenney must wear asbestos boots because they agreed to once again step into the metaphorical crucible of fire as leaders of Charlotte’s highest municipal body....
Another Charlotte board meeting—another conversation about conflict of interest....
The Selectboard considered a proposal to extend broadband access to the majority of the 239 households in Charlotte currently without access, and found a way to move forward, despite complications....
The following people submitted Consent of Candidate forms to Town Clerk, Mary Mead....
An appropriations increase requested by CVFRS for fiscal year 2022 was the hotly debated topic at the Special Selectboard Meeting on January 17 with the final decision to be made...
Two board members oppose decision to approve controversial driveway....
Proposed Spear Street education center can go forward, board decides....
Hundreds of Charlotters volunteer in many different capacities for a diverse range of organizations in town and beyond. We all benefit from their generosity, which helps make the town of...
The Selectboard met in a Special Session Monday evening to work on the Town municipal budget, address several personnel matters and update progress on replacing the Town Garage, which was...
The Selectboard met on December 23 to discuss possible actions to be taken in response to the fire and destruction of the Lewis garage and equipment on December 22....
This report provides a summary of telephone interviews conducted during the first few weeks of November 2021.  A selection of Charlotte community leaders, town staff members, and regional and local...
Two years into the pandemic, community members wonder if masks are working...
The Selectboard began the process of interviewing applicants for the town’s new Development Review Board during its regular meeting on November 22....
At the Nov. 22 regular Selectboard meeting, Charlotte Food Shelf Secretary Peggy Sharpe informed the town that the food shelf will be moving from its current spot at the Charlotte...
At the Selectboard’s meeting on Monday, Nov. 8, the board unanimously ratified a previous decision concerning employee salaries at the Charlotte Library....
Former Zoning Board of Adjustment member Ronda Moore served a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request on the town requesting “materials relating to my conduct as a member of the...