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 »

Town Meetings

Charlotte Meetings Planning Commission: Jan. 19 & 26 Selectboard: Jan. 23 Zoning Board of Adjustment meeting: Jan. 25 Conservation Commission: Jan. 31 Hinesburg Meetings Affordable Housing Committee: 1st Wednesday of the month at 7pm Agency Request Review Committee: meets as needed. Contact Committee for next meeting. Conservation Commission: 2nd and 4th Tuesday of each month… Read More »

Concerns about speeding on Mount Philo Road aired during selectboard meeting

Charlotte resident Brian Mechanic stood up and shared his concerns regarding speeding on a local road during last week’s Selectboard meeting. Mechanic had brought up the ongoing problem of speeding on Mount Philo Road during the Nov. 28 Selectboard meeting last year. During the recent Board hearing, Mechanic noted that the problem has existed along… Read More »

Dog licenses are due in Charlotte

The fees for registering are the same as last year: $9.00 for spayed/neutered dogs and $13.00 for intact males/females. If you have a dog that barks or runs at large in order to herd or protect livestock or poultry, or to protect crops, it can be registered as a working farm dog at the time… Read More »

Girls Who Code club starts in Charlotte

Girls Who Code club starts in Charlotte

On Monday afternoons starting at 3pm sharp, six girls gather at Charlotte Central School to learn a skill that they’ll be able to carry into high school, grad school, and future careers. A new club, Girls Who Code, formed in November to help these middle-school girls learn to code. Girls Who Code is a national… Read More »

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