We are writing in reference to an April 14th article, “District hires new diversity director.” The reporter could have announced the hire of the highly qualified Dr. Liliana Rodriguez and all that she brings to this long-awaited position.
I write today with a heavy heart. Chief Al Barber’s Facebook Post of a homophobic meme places me and my family with a question about how our Fire Department might respond if we were in trouble.
Thank you, Shelburne News, for writing about the importance of historical societies and the efforts of local communities to encourage younger citizens to be interested in their town’s history.
A heartfelt thank you community members and voters, for continued support of the Champlain Valley School District’s students and schools. The CVSD fiscal year 2022 budget passed overwhelmingly.
The Rotary Club of Charlotte Shelburne and Hinesburg wants to express appreciation for the good work of the front-line workers in the towns of Charlotte, Shelburne and Hinesburg.
I’m writing to support the candidacy of Lewis Mudge for selectboard. In speaking with and learning about Lewis, I have been impressed with his background and experience and his commitment to Charlotte.
First and foremost, I would like to thank all town employees and volunteers for their amazing dedication and commitment to public service during this time of global and local uncertainty.
I don’t really understand the “need” for some apparent supporters of Articles 6 and 7 to come onto people’s private property for the purpose of stealing and removing “NO” signs.
It is wonderful to hear about so many people enjoying the Town Link Trail and all of Charlotte’s trails, especially this past year when where we went and what we did was and still is more limited due to COVID-19.
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