Charlotte Public Safety Log – Nov 12 to 18

As submitted by the Shelburne Police Department Saturday, November 12 02:40 Medical Call STONE WALL LN, Shelburne 911 Caller reported a medical emergency. Charlotte Rescue was dispatched. The patient refused transport to the Hospital. Sunday, November 13 15:29 Fire Call SPEAR ST, Charlotte 911 Caller reported a brush fire out of control. Charlotte Fire, Rescue… Read More »

A new approach to handling manure effluent

A new approach to handling manure effluent

For many farms in Vermont, manure happens. It’s just a fact of life, and not always a particularly pleasant one. But a farm in Charlotte is exploring a new approach to handling manure effluent – the fluid that comes from manure on their farm via an anaerobic digester. Manure is fed into the digester, explained… Read More »

11-05 to 11-11 Charlotte Public Safety Log

As submitted by the Shelburne Police Department Saturday, November 5 07:14 Medical Call UPPER OLD TOWN TRL, Charlotte 911 Caller reported a untimely death. Charlotte Rescue was dispatched and Vermont State Police was notified. The patient was not transported to the Hospital and the call was turned over to Vermont State Police. Monday, November 7… Read More »

10-29 to 11-04 Charlotte Public Safety Log

As submitted by the Shelburne Police Department Saturday, October 29 18:59 Medical Call POPPLE DUNGEON RD, Charlotte 911 Caller reported a medical emergency. Charlotte Rescue was dispatched. The patient refused transport to the Hospital. Sunday, October 30 05:30 Fire Alarm PEASE MOUNTAIN RD, Charlotte Caller reported fire alarm activation. Charlotte Fire and Rescue were dispatched. The alarm was determined… Read More »

10-22 to 10-28 Charlotte Public Safety Log

As submitted by Shelburne Police Department Monday, October 24 03:38 Agency Assist VT ROUTE 22A, Panton Charlotte Fire and Rescue assisted Vergennes Fire and Rescue at a structure fire. 12:15 Medical Call ONE MILE RD, Charlotte 911 Caller reported a medical emergency. Charlotte Rescue was dispatched. The patient was transported to the Hospital. Tuesday, October… Read More »

Lamprey treatments not yet scheduled

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service announced this week that lampricide treatment of the LaPlatte River will not begin before Nov. 2. Treatment is weather-dependent, and plans are in place to apply the lampricide sometime this fall.

Charlotte and hinesburg Town Meetings

Charlotte Meetings Nov. 3: Planning commission 7pm Nov. 8: Trails committee 7pm Nov. 9: Energy commission Nov. 14: Charlotte Land Trust 8am Nov. 14: Selectboard meeting 7pm Nov. 17: Planning commission 7pm Nov. 22: Conservation commission Nov. 28: Selectboard meeting 7pm Hinesburg Meetings Affordable Housing Committee: 1st Wednesday of the month at 7pm. Agency Request… Read More »

Safety drill on tap at CCS

Charlotte Central School Principal Barbara-Anne Komons-Montroll and her staff are rethinking safety drills for students and faculty. Komons-Montroll told Charlotte Central School school board members during the Oct. 18 meeting that an upcoming school-wide safety drill will emphasize walking skills. The principal noted that students will walk to the Charlotte Congregational Church on Church Hill… Read More »

Jim Marrier: A basement business springs to life

Jim Marrier: A basement business springs to life

Jim Marrier admits he and his wife Vicki aren’t getting rich off their business JV Embroidery. “We call it ‘surviving, not thriving’,” he said. Nevertheless, the couple thoroughly enjoys the opportunity to work from their Charlotte home, providing custom-made products to a variety of corporate accounts, individuals, and sports teams. From 2000 to 2004, Marrier… Read More »