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 he would try to keep the meetings to two a month
Several items deferred to future meetings, short-term rentals discussed. Monday’s Selectboard meeting started with Vice Chair Frank Tenney at the helm and an agenda ahead of schedule. With Chair Matt Krasnow absent and the presentation on the upcoming tractor parade not quite ready, several agenda items were deferred to a future meeting, including the repurposing of the old playground equipment still at the Town Beach, discussion of the Recreation Commission mission statement and improving accessibility to Town Hall.
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 minutes-taker. Carol Miklos was selected and a motion passed to draw up a contract offering employment through the fiscal year. Miklos’ first day of work is Jan 1, 2019.
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 agenda
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 expressed concern about the rate cars travel along the road. Zucker spoke to the board during the public comment portion of the meeting, asking that a speed study be conducted by the Chittenden County Regional Planning Commission. Zucker spoke with the municipal organization and said the group can do the work at no cost to the town.
Charlotte Selectboard members returned to the subject of affordable housing on Monday, August 13 with a continued review of the Affordable Housing Trust Fund’s grant policies and procedures.