News from Charlotte Library

Library expansion updates The library driveway and original entrance are permanently closed. Patrons may enter the library via the library porch door, either from the north entrance (sidewalk under construction) or across the Town Green. The book drop box will be located in front of Town Hall.  Please stop there to return all materials when… Read More »

Selectboard approves Town Link Trail work

SCOOTER MACMILLAN Staff Writer Another missing link in the evolution of the Charlotte Town Link Trail is closer to realization after the Monday, Nov. 4, meeting of the Charlotte Selectboard. The board approved preliminary work on the trail before winter sets in. Margaret Russell of the Trails Committee, who sat in for chair Laurie Thompson,… Read More »

Intro to permaculture at Charlotte Library

Many of us are in the final stages of putting our gardens to bed for the winter, although certainly some have been procrastinating because of the mostly mild weather. Or, maybe they’ve been in denial that winter is coming? Happens every year. However, now that most remaining leaves have been torn off the trees by… Read More »

Charlotte Town Plan amendments approved

SCOOTER MACMILLAN Staff Writer An overwhelming majority of the 340 people who voted in Charlotte’s single-issue election on Monday, Nov. 4, supported changes to the Town Plan. The amendments were primarily additions to the Town Plan intended to make the town more energy efficient and support the development of more renewable energy. The modifications passed… Read More »

‘The Biggest Little Farm’ film screening

Transition Town Charlotte presents a viewing of “The Biggest Little Farm,” at the Charlotte Senior Center, Thursday, Oct. 24, at 7 p.m. A couple is followed through their successes and failures as they work to develop a sustainable farm on 200 acres outside of Los Angeles. Over the years, the desolate farm they purchase begins… Read More »

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