Some may have hoped that switching to a development review board would have quieted controversy in Charlotte’s zoning and planning process. They would have hoped in vain.
The Selectboard began the process of interviewing applicants for the town’s new Development Review Board during its regular meeting on November 22.
The Selectboard met to discuss the implementation and establishment of the town’s Development Review Board at a special meeting on Monday, Nov. 1.
Vice Chair votes against motion, says change is “too fast”
Is a DRB a good move for the town? The News hears from both sides
Town vote should decide DRB debate
Unwarned motion to adopt a DRB catches board members off guard
The town is considering a DRB to replace the ZBA and Planning Commission. Three former ZBA chairs say that’s not a good idea.
In support of a DRB – Land uses in Charlotte are regulated by two citizen boards. Both are appointed by the Selectboard.