Posts filed under: Selectboard

Anyone who says that the Selectboard members of Charlotte don’t earn their stipends would have had another thing coming after their 5½- hour meeting on March 22. The discussions ranged...
The Selectboard met twice last week, both being “special meetings,” meaning that they weren’t on the Selectboard’s regular meeting schedule of the 2nd and 4th Mondays. Monday’s meeting covered the...
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...
Selectboard member and Spear’s Corner Store owner Carrie Spear signed off for the last time as a public official last week. After serving two three-year terms on the board, she...
Lewis Mudge is the newest member of the Charlotte Selectboard and he took a minute to let us know what he’s into, what he hopes for, and what he wants...
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...
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?...
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....
Charlotter's write in about support for selectboard candidacy, school district's proposed budget and energy change....
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...
With more than 100 attendees, Tuesday’s Meet the Candidates Night Zoom event proved that even a snowstorm and the coronavirus can’t stop Charlotters from civic engagement. ...
There are two contested Selectboard races this year, and the candidates are coming out (metaphorically) to discuss town issues and meet the voters....
After two recent public comment sessions on the proposed increase of the East Charlotte Village commercial district’s borders and allowable density, some Charlotte selectboard candidates gave their views on the...
The Selectboard has been busy with Land Use Regulations and public hearings, but they also got a lot of other stuff done over the past few weeks, with extra meetings...
With three meetings in eight days, the Selectboard is just about on track for time spent getting the budget and ballot items ready for Charlotters. With Land Use Regulation amendments...
This year, if you would like to run for office, you do not need to submit a petition. All that is required is to fill out a "Consent of Candidate"...
Since September of this year, town boards and committees have met and discussed personnel issues relating to Zoning Administrator Daniel Morgan and his position 13 times....
Selectboad and all other town board and committee meetings will be held on Zoom indefinitely due to the Vermont state directive that persons from different households not gather together in...
Per Road Commissioner Jr Lewis’s request, Selectboard Chair Matt Krasnow is working up a draft to put an item on the town meeting Australian ballot to make an advisory motion...