The topsy-turvy world of planning and zoning in Charlotte got a little bit messier this week — even as it straightened out another muddle.
Conflict of interest seems to be in the eye of the beholder, at least in Charlotte and the ongoing saga surrounding former zoning board member Ronda Moore.
Although a $35,000 fund established in 1953 to maintain four graves in Grandview Cemetery has grown to $725,000 over the years, the town can’t use any of that fund’s principal to help pay for …
For now — and possibly forever — the Charlotte Family Health Center will remain in Shelburne. The doctors who own the practice suspended their four-year effort to build a new facility in West Charlotte village and will continue from offices in the Shelburne Green Business Park.
Clemmons Family Farm executive director Lydia Clemmons received the Con Hogan Award for creative, entrepreneurial community leadership from the the Vermont Community Foundation.
To say that the world is Jacob Edgar’s oyster is truthy ... but not adequately accurate. From his home in Charlotte, the world is more truthfully Edgar’s fisherman’s platter.
Charlotte’s trustee of public funds came to the selectboard meeting on Aug. 23 with a short but fascinating story that only gets more curious with more digging.
The Charlotte Selectboard held its first public hearing on whether to change the town’s zoning board to a development review board and the discussion proved fervent.