No matter whether you voted in favor or against the town budget on March 7, we can all agree and celebrate the fact that the close vote was a great demonstration of the power of democracy, and that every vote really does count.
Was a motion to approve a cannabis cultivation license voted on or tabled?
An ad hoc group collecting signatures for a petition to change Charlotte’s municipal government from a town administrator to a town manager has drawn the ire of some of the selectboard.
Confusion, frustration, possibly even anger, has been stirred up in Charlotte over the regulation of commercial cannabis operations in town.
With Town Meeting Day fast approaching, the races for town offices are heating up — or maybe just warming up.
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Charlotte Selectboard proposes budget based on higher property values after reappraisal
’Tis the season when “it’s” loses its most-favored contraction status and “’tis” often supplants it as the preferred contraction for “it is.”
After hearing from a number of residents who live near proposed commercial cannabis growing operations, Charlotte officials are looking into such enterprises.
How do you like these apples? Going back to the contractors for a revised bid for building a Charlotte town garage proved to be fruitful — more than $839,000 fruitful.
As much as we may talk about keeping the spirit of Christmas all year long, it seems like budget season always lasts longer.
Bids Charlotte received for building a town garage were fewer and higher than expected, so the town decided to punt.
The Charlotte Selectboard got unpleasant surprises at its Oct. 10 meeting.
Speeding — it’s a perennial topic at Charlotte Selectboard meetings. And just like perennial plants, this discussion may go dormant, but it will sprout up again.
Charlotte Emergency Management wants to turn a section of the town hall into a ready-to-go disaster response headquarters.
Amid technical difficulties on Zoom, the Charlotte Planning Commission’s proposed changes to the town’s land-use regulations
In 2016, there were an equal number of men and women in leadership positions in the Charlotte Fire and Rescue Department.
Charlotte is buzzing with the possibility of changing its fire and rescue service from a separate nonprofit organization into part of the town government.
A barrage of garage “yes” votes in Tuesday’s election means the town will be building a garage to house snow plows and road equipment, and that road commissioner Junior Lewis will be staying on.
The Charlotte Selectboard held a blissfully short meeting during the afternoon last Wednesday, Aug. 2.