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Signs urging voters to vote no on next week’s ballot items have gone missing from people’s lawns.Photo by Alex Bunten Stolen signs divert LUR amendment debate 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 and noted that removing them could be counterproductive. Continue Reading
At Town Meeting, Charlotte residents are being asked to vote on a set of proposed updates to the Town Plan and Land Use Regulations....
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There are two contested Selectboard races this year, and the candidates are coming out (metaphorically) to discuss town issues and meet the voters....
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Charlotters voice their opinions on recent topics about Selectboard candidacy and support and opposition on Land Use Regulations....
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Congratulations to Annika Gruber and Lila Taylor, Courtney McDermott and Margaret Eagan and sympathies to the families of Rita Kieslick Johnson, Norman Leduc and David Watts....
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The Charlotte Central School PTO, in collaboration with the CCS administration, is pleased to announce the development of the CCS Family Urgent Need Donations. ...
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The Vermont House has worked productively in the last two weeks. We approved the annual Budget Adjustment bill (H.138), a mid-year technical adjustment to keep the state’s Fiscal Year 2021...
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During this recent 2020–21 application season, all colleges have become test-optional, and many are already announcing that they will continue being test-optional for the upcoming 2021–22 application year....
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Charlotte Shelburne Hinesburg Rotary will hold its annual high school speech contest via Zoom on March 10 at 7:30 a.m....
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Stephanie Sumner just finished what she described as the best professional development experience she’s ever had. Sumner has been the lead principal at Charlotte Central School since 2017....
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Winter season is winding down at CSC—which is not to say that there is not a lot happening—just that other than the Wednesday talks at 1 p.m., there are no...
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John and Carol Snow have owned property on the east side of Route 7 near the border with North Ferrisburgh since 1994. A few years ago, they subdivided their house,...
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When forest management is done well it makes our forests healthier, more complex and more resilient; provides incredible habitat for wildlife; and produces local, renewable resources....
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