Charlotte public safety log

As submitted by the Shelburne Police Department Saturday, Dec. 31 – Friday, Jan. 6 Saturday, December 31 Medical Assist HAWKINS RD, Ferrisburgh Monday, January 2 18:16 Fire Hazard LAKE RD, Charlotte 911 Caller reported a problem with wood stove. Shelburne Fire and Rescue were dispatched. Hazard was removed. Wednesday, January 4 17:42 Fire Hazard MOUNT PHILO RD, Charlotte Caller reported… Read More »

Town Meeting takes shape in Charlotte

March Town Meeting in Charlotte is heading in a new direction this year. Because of the adoption of the town charter last year, residents won’t vote from the floor, but will use Australian ballot on April 11 to pass or reject the proposed town budget. An article that proposes adding $40,000, to be raised by… Read More »

Charlotte ballot and school races takes shape

Charlotte voters will cast ballots on March 7 to fill town office and school board positions. Candidates had to garner at least 30 signatures or one percent, whichever is less, of the town’s 3,319 registered voters in order to have their names placed on the ballot. Ed Stone is unopposed for a one-year term as… Read More »

Charlotte Board of School Directors Special Meeting

Feb. 3, 8am, Charlotte Central School Conference Room AGENDA 1.0 Call to Order 2.0 Adjustments to the Agenda (The purpose of this agenda item is to provide the Board and Administration an opportunity to make changes to the agenda.) 3.0 Audience and Communications (The purpose of this agenda item is to provide the general public… Read More »

Final petitions in Charlotte due on Jan. 30

Submitted by Mary Mead, Charlotte Town Clerk The following is the latest list with those who have taken out petitions and returned them and those who have not. Auditor, Allen Ash (y), Jennifer Cole (n); CCS Director (3 yr), Susan Nostrand (y); CCS Director (2 yr), Erik Beal (n); CCS Director (1 yr), Sue Thibault… Read More »

Petitions for Charlotte Town Meeting, March 7

Petitions are available for Town and School Officers at the Town Clerk’s Office. Thirty signatures are necessary on each petition and are due in the Clerk’s office by Monday, Jan. 30 to get on the ballot for voting on Town Meeting Day, March 7. The following offices will be on the ballot: Auditor Three-Year Term… Read More »

Rotary supporting local Scouts and Cubs

Rotary supporting local Scouts and Cubs

For many years, the Charlotte-Shelburne Rotary Club has supported the programs of local Boy Scouts and Cub Scouts. At their Jan. 11 meeting, the club welcomed representatives of scouting locally, heard reports of the year’s accomplishments, and renewed their support with financial contributions and promises of future cooperation. Shelburne resident David Buley, Pack Committee Chair… Read More »

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