Yantachka endorses Zimmerman for Charlotte Selectboard — Mike Yantachka

I’m writing to endorse Seth Zimmerman for Selectboard. Seth has already given many years to our community in public service. As a Scout leader for 14 years, he has been instrumental in helping our young men develop character traits of integrity, self-sufficiency, civic-mindedness, patriotism, and empathy. He has been involved in the mentoring program at… Read More »

Charlotte Selectboard Candidates

The Citizen requested a short introduction of the four Charlotte Selectboard candidates and answers to four questions. Here are the responses of the candidates who replied. The candidates are as follows: for the two-year Selectboard seat – Frank Tenney and Seth Zimmerman; for the three-year Selectboard seat – Fritz Tegatz and Ed Stone. The Citizen… Read More »

Charlotte public safety log Feb. 11-16

As submitted by the Shelburne Police Department Saturday, February 11 06:00 Medical Call LUCYS LN, Charlotte 911 Caller reported a medical emergency. Charlotte Rescue was dispatched.  The patient was transported to the Hospital. 13:50 Medical Call MUSEUM RD, Charlotte 911 Caller reported a medical emergency. Charlotte Rescue was dispatched.  The patient was transported to the Hospital. 23:22 Medical Assist SHELBURNE RD;… Read More »

Charlotte seeks recreation director

The search for a new Charlotte Recreation Coordinator is gathering steam. Town Administrator Dean Bloch said the town has received “several” applications for the position and isn’t currently accepting any more resumes. Town officials posted the employment ad on the town website as well as in a local media publication. The town is using a… Read More »

Charlotte library activities

Thursdays, through Feb. 23, 3:15pm: Coding Club*. Create your own video games, from racing to mazes and more! No previous experience needed. Fourth grade & up. Thursday, Feb. 16, 7:30pm: Fleeing Dictatorship: Migration Stories of Cuban & Dominican Families. “The Prince of los Cocuyos” by Richard Blanco. Supported by the VT Humanities Council. Fridays, through… Read More »

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 »

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