Charlotte Selectboard gears up for December meetings

By Robin Reid The Charlotte Selectboard started its regular Monday, Dec. 1 meeting at 5pm with all members present. The early start time was set for a work session on the Wage Classification Program. Since April, the Selectboard has held at least 40 publicly warned work sessions on the subject. Grids have been developed to… Read More »

Charlotte Library News

Charlotte Library News

Thanksgiving hours: Please note the Charlotte Library will close at 2pm on Wednesday, Nov. 26 and remain closed Thursday, Nov. 27 and Friday, Nov. 28. The library will open on Saturday, Nov. 29 for normal hours at 9am. Upcoming at the Library: Monday, Dec. 1, 3:15 to 4:45pm: Maker Monday: Arduino Adventures. Whether you’re just… Read More »

Waldorf Holiday Fair turns 30 Dec. 5-6

Bring a touch of magic and warmth to your holiday experience this year by attending the Lake Champlain Waldorf School’s 30th annual Holiday Fair on Friday, Dec. 5 and Saturday, Dec. 6 in Shelburne. The fair begins with an artisan market for adults and older teens on Friday, Dec. 5 from 6:30 to 9pm. Enjoy… Read More »

Hinesburg Selectboard approves state energy standards for zoning regulations

by Margery Sharp After opening the regular Hinesburg Selectboard meeting Monday, Nov. 17, chair Jon Trefry asked for comments on the public meeting concerning adoption of the state standards for residential building energy standards which the board previously indicated it would support. Hearing no comments, Trefry closed the public hearing and asked for a motion… Read More »

Library News

Library News

November is National Picture Book Month. If you haven’t delved into the picture book genre lately, we encourage you to take look. The warmth, humor, ingenuity and overall sense of fun can lift your spirits on the darkest day. Since November is also known as the darkest month of the year here in the Green… Read More »

Selectboard takes in budget requests

By Robin Reid The Thursday, Nov. 13 Charlotte Selectboard meeting began with a complaint read by Kristen DeStiger on behalf of herself and several other Lake Road residents who seek zoning enforcement in regards to business activities of Fortin’s Lawn Care. The Selectboard took the letter under advisement. Vermont State Police’s Matt Daley and Benjamin… Read More »

Let’s talk turkey about your pets and Thanksgiving

by M. Kathleen Shaw, DVM Vermont Veterinary Medical Association The last thing any pet owner wants to do on Thanksgiving is rush their pet to the animal emergency room.  The sad truth is that many pets are injured or poisoned around Thanksgiving.  How can you make sure your holiday doesn’t end in disaster? During the… Read More »

Ark Veterinary Hospital launches food drive for the four-legged, need for pet food goes up in down economy

Ark Veterinary Hospital in Shelburne is once again organizing a pet food drive for the month of December. As in the past, Ark makes it easy for people to donate food to help local pet owners in need this holiday season by asking people in the community to purchase $5, $10, or $20 bags of cat or dog food in their office to be… Read More »

Library News

Library News

November is National Picture Book Month. If you haven’t delved into the picture book genre lately, we encourage you to take look. The warmth, humor, ingenuity and overall sense of fun can lift your spirits on the darkest day. Since November is also known as the darkest month of the year here in the Green… Read More »

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