Thank you to Bradley Carleton and Time for humble pie.
Thank you Matt, Petter and support for Donovan subdivision
Letters from Charlotte community members.
Letters supporting The Charlotte Health Center
Letters covering town conflict of interests and The Charlotte News.
Thank you from the Chair of the CVSD School Board’s and a Charlloter’s thanks to voters.
Charlotter’s write in about support for selectboard candidacy, school district’s proposed budget and energy change.
Charlotters voice their opinions on recent topics about Selectboard candidacy and support and opposition on Land Use Regulations.
Letters: Mudge running for Selectboard, Clark’s Kwiniaska in East Charlotte and Better, not bigger
A letter from the Community Center Committee and who can use the snowmobile trails.
Schools shouldn’t ask kids about Thanksgiving dinner and Zoning Board of Adjustment letter to the editor
I am writing to encourage your support of Thomas Chittenden’s run for state senator in this month’s Democratic primary.
I write this letter to The Charlotte News as a respectful response to the letter of the Rev. Dr. Arnold Thomas in the June 11 Charlotte News.
Please consider voting for Krasnow I’m writing to ask for your vote on Town Meeting Day to elect me…
My wife and I were visiting Charlotte in early October when I saw your October 3 issue, with a tongue-in-cheek headline on page 3 that “Cub reporters take on hard-hitting news.”
Many years ago, there was an opinion piece in the New York Times that has stayed with me. I have it printed out and re-read it often, and I have sent it to my children and they have, in turn, forwarded it to their own friends.
I want to thank Peter Trombley for his excellent article, “CVU students travel to Washington to join March for Our Lives.” He captured the tone, the message, the scope and the importance of this very stirring gathering. In addition to the 38 students and five chaperones on the CVU bus, there were hundreds of other Vermonters there, including more than a few Charlotters.
Protesting gun violence – I believe CCS should march and protest gun violence in school on March 14. On February 14, a deadly mass shooting took place at the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida. The lives of 17 innocent people were taken that day, by the alleged gunman Nikolas Cruz. No one did anything to stop it, but can we fix the problem now?
I read Representative Michael Yantachka’s commentary, in the November 1 issue of The News, on Vermont’s new turbine noise rules with interest. Rep. Yantachka is a member of the Legislative Committee on Administrative Rules (LCAR), which gave its final approval to the noise rules over the objections of the wind industry on Oct. 19.
This letter is in response to Rep. Mike Yantachka’s commentary from Nov. 1. It is apparent that human beings are at a critical point in our life on Earth. We are confronted with a significant number of challenges to our well-being and even our future.