Evergreen Family Health Partners is announcing consolidation of three of their four offices into one central location that will reduce costs, increase efficiency, and stabilize the practice for the long-term.
Citing rising costs, Evergreen Family Health gives up on Charlotte—for now
On the heels of multiple appeals, health center plans are scrapped
A group of 20 petitioners opposing Emerald Green Properties’ Charlotte Family Health Center filed a Statement of Questions with the Chittenden County Superior Court on September 2.
The planning commission has conditionally approved Charlotte Family Health Center’s controversial application for a mixed-use facility at 251 Ferry Road.
Letters from Charlotte community members.
Jeanne and Rene Kaczka-Valliere said they have signed the petition opposing the proposed Charlotte Health Center and will appeal the project in environmental court should Evergreen Family Health fail to address their concerns regarding their adjacent property.
ZBA Chair Lane Morrison asked the Selectboard Monday to remove Ronda Moore from the zoning board citing her failure to disclose a conflict of interest with applicant The Charlotte Family Health Center.
The Charlotte Selectboard voted to approve a Wastewater Allocation application by the Charlotte Family Health Center — a step toward allowing the center to tap into the town’s wastewater management system.
At a special meeting earlier this month, the Selectboard voted 4-1 to approve sewer use and sewer allocation ordinances that will allow the town-owned wastewater system in the West Charlotte Village to be leased by private businesses. Two petitions are currently circulating in town, one per ordinance, to disapprove of this Selectboard decision. If the petitions gather enough signatures, the issue will be put in front of voters for a voice vote at town meeting on March 3.
The Charlotte Family Health Center opened in 1975. Since then, generations of patients have been treated there, experiencing small-town health care in a manner that could soon be a thing of the past.