The Selectboard considered a proposal to extend broadband access to the majority of the 239 households in Charlotte currently without access, and found a way to move forward, despite complications.
The Selectboard met in a Special Session Monday evening to work on the Town municipal budget, address several personnel matters and update progress on replacing the Town Garage, which was destroyed recently in a fire.
This report provides a summary of telephone interviews conducted during the first few weeks of November 2021. A selection of Charlotte community leaders, town staff members, and regional and local planners from nearby towns offered their insights and opinions.
The Selectboard began the process of interviewing applicants for the town’s new Development Review Board during its regular meeting on November 22.
At the Selectboard’s meeting on Monday, Nov. 8, the board unanimously ratified a previous decision concerning employee salaries at the Charlotte Library.
After some discussion at their Monday, Nov. 1, special meeting, the Selectboard did not take any action on a proposal for the board to sign a letter to the Vermont Legislative Apportionment Board about a potential redistricting of the town.
The Selectboard met to discuss the implementation and establishment of the town’s Development Review Board at a special meeting on Monday, Nov. 1.
At their regular meeting on Monday, Oct. 25, the Selectboard discussed, but did not agree on, a potential policy for communicating with the press.
Recreation director gives presentation to Selectboard
The selectboard may meet either at a special meeting or during their next regular meeting on Monday, Nov. 8 to discuss the state’s Legislative Apportionment Board proposal that could relocate the town’s state representation.
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
At their regular meeting on Monday, Oct. 18, the selectboard voted to adjust the salaries of three employees at the Charlotte Library. But after the discussion and motion there seemed to be more questions than answers.
Unwarned motion to adopt a DRB catches board members off guard
Town officials go silent in response to questions about town policies
Despite rising printing costs, town resists the urge to go digital.
Employee salaries and “potential litigation” discussions held from public view
While purchasing policies and procedures were debated at a special Selectboard meeting on Monday, Oct. 4 at Town Hall, no official decisions were made.
After multiple emails and phone calls by Charlotte News editor Mara Brooks and Investigative Reporter Shaw Israel Izikson, Selectboard Chair Matthew Krasnow answered questions about business conducted at the board’s regular meeting on Sept. 27.
At the regular Selectboard meeting on Monday, Sept. 27, Chair Matt Krasnow announced that he would be resigning as chair but will remain on the board as a member.