The Charlotte Selectboard is still looking for ways to streamline the town’s planning and development process. Complicating things? Officials still aren’t sure what residents want their town to be.

In the months preceding COVID-19, the Charlotte Energy Committee and Sustainable Charlotte joined forces with a Maine nonprofit called WindowDressers to make and install inexpensive energy-sav…

The chair of Charlotte’s zoning board asked the selectboard to remove one of its members, but the selectboard punted the decision back to zoners.

When Alex Graham was about 5 years old, he fell off his family’s barn and cut his knee on a nail that was sticking out.

The scenic Route 7 corridor in Charlotte offers sunset views over the lake. Camel’s Hump is in the distance with fields of wrapped-up marshmallow hay bales lining the busy road. Part of that l…

Ronda Moore, a member of both the Charlotte Zoning Board of Adjustment and the Conservation Commission, is leading the charge to prevent the approval of the Charlotte Family Health Center’s ap…

The Town Link Trail — so named because it would link the town up with a bike and walking trail from Mt. Philo to the town beach — was the subject of another discussion at the Charlotte Selectb…

The Charlotte planning commission and the zoning board of adjustment met in a joint deliberation June 3 to discuss the Charlotte Family Health Center’s plans for building a new health facility…

Fire and rescue personnel from around Vermont out in force to honor longtime Shelburne Fire Department member Kristy Oxholm, who died in May. Oxholm was a former member of the Charlotte Rescue Squad.

A few weeks ago, Lane Morrison was worried. He was the sole member of Charlotte’s five-member zoning board of adjustment. An important joint planning commission and zoning hearing was schedule…

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