During day-long voting, Charlotte voters approved the purchase of a new $625,000 fire pumper truck and related equipment.
The vote to approve the bond was 581 to 249.
In other races, Selectboard incumbent Fritz Tegatz won re-election to a three-year term, receiving 549 votes to Ed Stone’s 219. Stone was successful in his bid to be Town and School District Moderator.
In the Selectboard race for a two-year term, Frank Tenney received 450 votes, while Seth Zimmerman got 301.
In other town races, Moe Harvey was unopposed in his bid for a three-year term as Lister, receiving 623 votes.
Mary Mead was unopposed in her bid to for a one-year terms as Delinquent Tax Collector, earning 604 votes.
Hugh Lewis, Jr. returns for a one-year term as Road Commissioner. He was unopposed, receiving 751 votes.
Nan Mason was successful in her quest for a five-year term as Library Trustee, receiving 707 votes.
Jennifer Cole outlasted challenger Allen Ash for a three-year term as Auditor. Cole got 589 votes, while Ash received 129.
Chris Falk was unopposed for a three-year term as Cemetery Commissioner, receiving 642 votes. Victoria Zulkoski was unopposed in her bid for a two-year term as Cemetery Commissioner, and Susan Ohanian received 652 votes in her unopposed quest for a one-year term as Cemetery Commissioner.
On the school side, Susan Nostrand received 626 votes in her unopposed bid for a three-year term as Charlotte Central School Director.
Erik Beal returns for a two-year term as Charlotte School Director. He received 621 votes in his unopposed bid.
Sue Thibault won a one-year term as Central School Director, receiving 646 votes.
Incumbent Lorna Jimerson got 637 votes in her unopposed re-election bid for a three-year term as a Champlain Valley Union High School Director.