Posts filed under: Selectboard

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...
The January 14 Selectboard meeting opened and adjourned early, with the Charlotte Library addition and FY20 budget among the agenda items. First, however, during public comment portion of the meeting,...
The chairman of the Charlotte Selectboard, Lane Morrison, will end his two terms of service in March with his decision not to seek re-election. ...
Charlotte Volunteer Fire and Rescue Services (CVFRS)  finances were once again under a microscope, this time at a Selectboard meeting budget review in anticipation of this year’s Town Meeting. The...
A full agenda dominated the Monday, November 26th Selectboard meeting, beginning with a 4:00 p.m. site visit for a Highway Access Permit and an executive session interviewing two applicants for...
The Charlotte Selectboard set a date during its Nov. 13 meeting to hold employee performance reviews for four town workers beginning Dec. 4 at 5 p.m. The town employees slated for...
Charlotte Selectboard Draft Agenda Monday, December 10, 2018 At the Charlotte Town Hall 159 Ferry Road Agenda is subject to change—check agenda posted on www.charlottevt.org on Friday prior to meeting for final...
A small group of Charlotte Central School students and their co-principal got a close-up look at the workings of town government when they attended the Oct. 22 Selectboard meeting. The...
At its Oct. 8 meeting the Charlotte Selectboard authorized a speed study on Church Hill Road between Route 7 and the Hinesburg Road following a request by Matt Zucker who...
The Charlotte Selectboard, at its Sept. 24 meeting, approved a motion to designate the annual East Charlotte Tractor Parade a town event. The event will be held this year on...
The Thompson Point’s Wastewater ordinance is going to go under the microscope again at the end of the month after board members decided during the Sept. 10 meeting that additional work...
The Charlotte Selectboard agenda on Monday, Aug. 27, opened with a joint meeting with the Planning Commission, and a lengthy discussion on the standards set for private roads and driveways...