We here at The Charlotte News are thrilled to welcome our newest addition: Kali Adams from Shelburne, a part-time homeschooler and freshman at CVU.
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Sept. 14. Otto Engelberth to Peter Schubart, 5.06 acres with dwelling, 152 East Thompson’s Point Road, $175,000.
Sept. 21. David and Elizabeth Van Buskirk to Eric and Colleen Boyce, 4.7 acres with dwelling, 406 Mountains Edge Road, $520,000.
When I lived in Russia, my mother sent me a black and white postcard of the East Charlotte Tractor Parade. “See what you’re missing!” she wrote on it. Well, this year, at the 15th annual parade on October 11, I found out.
I was home alone; the power was out. It was dark. I couldn’t see. I was scared. I heard a noise. I have no pets, nothing else in the house that would make noise.
Another season has ended for Mount Philo State Park. After a rainy June the summer was filled with sunshine and smiles.
The Charlotte Selectboard’s meeting of October 19 began at 4 p.m. with a performance evaluation of Health Officer/Animal Control Officer, Cali Griswold, followed by a 6 p.m. site visit to 1000 Guinea Road.