Posts filed under: Selectboard

Last week’s Selectboard meeting covered some general yearly items, an end-of-year report from the fire department, and touched on the ever-present issues of wastewater, traffic and development. Housekeeping—literally and figuratively...
The West Charlotte Village Wastewater Committee presented two draft wastewater ordinances to the Selectboard and members of the public during Monday’s special meeting solely devoted to the topic. The meeting...
The Monday, July 22 Selectboard meeting began a bit later due to a site visit to the Town Pound, described by the Chair as “a little known town-owned property,” in...
The Monday, July 7 Selectboard featured a full, albeit routine agenda, including a presentation from the outgoing zoning administrator on accessory agricultural uses and Act 143....
The Monday, June 24 Selectboard meeting opened with a discussion on the ReArch contract for the library addition and the memorandum of agreement among the town, the Charlotte Library Board...
The June 10 Selectboard meeting began with Vice Chair Frank Tenney calling the meeting to order, three members were present. Chair Matt Krasnow and Selectboard member Louise McCarren participated by...
The Monday June 3 Selectboard meeting focused around the Charlotte library addition. After a question and answer session on topics ranging from solar to various construction costs, the Selectboard voted...
Monday’s special Selectboard meeting agenda included reviewing a draft memorandum of agreement (MOA) and contractor bids for the Charlotte Library addition, approving the playground design at the town beach, and...
Police and speeding were on the agenda again at the Selectboard meeting Monday night. The schedule allowed for public comment as well as a regularly scheduled biannual review with the...
The Selectboard continues to tackle a packed spring agenda, with the bulk of the May 13 meeting devoted to hearing concerns from residents regarding speeding on Ferry Road and other...
A special meeting for public input about the Selectboard’s bid acceptance process brought more than sixty community members to the Charlotte Town Hall for ninety minutes on Wednesday. The May...
Buds sprout on trees, and Charlotters complain about speeding in town. The leaves fall, and Charlotters gripe about speeding on the back roads. Snowflakes drift gently to the ground, and...
The Monday, April 22, Selectboard meeting continued to follow the approach adopted by the board to address financially related items first before dealing with what Chair Matt Krasnow described as...
What started as a routine request for proposals to remove some ash trees along Lake Road has become a controversy surrounding the Charlotte Selectboard. After receiving five bids to remove...
Charlotte voters approved the fiscal year 2020 town budget on April 9 by Australian ballot. The vote, held in the multi-purpose room at Charlotte Central School, was held the mandatory...
The Monday March 25 Selectboard Meeting featured the reappointments for town positions, contracting actions and the first public hearing on the proposed amendments to the Town Plan. Town position reappointments:...
The Thursday, March 7 Selectboard meeting was brief and administrative, welcoming new Selectboard member Louise McCarren and welcoming back Frank Tenney....
McCarren and Tenney win Selectboard seats; Charlotte voters approve Library bond and purchase of CVFR ambulance...
The Monday, February 11, Selectboard agenda focused primarily around a review of Act 143, “an act relating to municipal land use regulation of accessory on-farm businesses and to hemp cultivation.”...
In this year’s town elections, Nancy Richardson is running for a two-year seat on the Selectboard against incumbent Frank Tenney. Louise McCarren, Ed Stone and Jim Faulkner are running for...