You don’t have to be a 6-foot-5 burly young man to be a firefighter, and the Charlotte Fire Department can prove it. Three amazing young women have recently joined the squad. All three joined for different reasons, but they are perfect examples for why size doesn’t matter. All are under the age of 30, the youngest only 19.
Charlotte Volunteer Fire and Rescue Services paid tribute to our veterans at this year’s Vergennes Memorial Day Parade.
On May 16, Mike Cook was celebrated with a Community Citizenship Award for over 40 years of service as a volunteer firefighter. Presented annually by the Charlotte Grange, the award honors the dedicated individuals who give their time and energy to the Town of Charlotte.
In advance of Town Meeting Day, Charlotters who examine the Town Report will discover a 2016-17 proposed budget for Charlotte Volunteer Fire and Rescue Service (CVFRS) that is essentially flat with last year’s.
On Feb. 6 at 2:30 p.m., teams from CVFRS and Shelburne Police Dept. responded when the driver of a car fell asleep, lost control and hit a tree on Greenbush Rd.
Charlotters will understand that this issue facing our neighbors to the north is reflective of broader implications about the railroad’s “federal preemption” claim, which enables zoning permits to be bypassed.
On Saturday, Jan. 9 Charlotte Fire and Rescue is holding the 6th annual Fire & Ice dinner dance at the Old Lantern in Charlotte. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. with a cash bar from 6 p.m. Steak, chicken, salads and dessert buffet at 7 p.m. Dance your socks off to live music by The Hit Men—classic rock/pop from 8-11 p.m. Tickets $25 per person at…