Staff report

Photo by Janet Kenna Landrigan One Charlotte resident is experiencing the voting booth early. Let’s hope it becomes a lifetime habit.

Photo by Janet Kenna Landrigan
One Charlotte resident is experiencing the voting booth early. Let’s hope it becomes a lifetime habit.

CHARLOTTE SPECIAL TOWN MEETING BALLOT

Article 1: Should Charlotte’s land-use regulations be amended make the regulations consistent with state mandates, in particular sections dealing with accessory dwelling, telecommunication facilities, siting and development of energy facilities and conditional use review.

YES 793         NO 295

Article 2: Should the town’s land-use regulations be amended to revise and clarify some standards, make technical updates and revise some definitions of terms used in the land-use regulations.

YES 771         NO 299

Article 3: Should the land-use regulations be amended to enact new or revised policies in accessory dwelling standards and temporary structures.

YES 729             NO 344

Article 4: Should the land-use regulations be amended to update the language to reflect Charlotte’s change from a zoning board of adjustment to a development review board.

YES 761             NO 223

Article 5: Should the land-use regulations be amended to increase the allowable size of an accessory dwelling unit from 1,000 square feet, or 30 percent of the square footage of the primary residence — whichever is greater — to 1,500 square feet or 30 percent of the square footage of the primary residence.

YES 638             NO 347

Article 6: Should the land-use regulations be amended with new or revised standards for lot, yard and setback requirements to be consistent in the district where they are located unless the project is proposed as a planned residential or planned unit development or affordable housing.

YES 664             NO 309

 

CHITTENDEN SOLID WASTE DISTRICT (Charlotte voting results on this issue)

Approval for the Chittenden Solid Waste District to issue bonds or notes not to exceed $22 million to build a new materials recovery facility.

  YES 999             NO 182

 

VERMONT GENERAL ELECTION BALLOT

Charlotte                 State*

Proposal 2: Amending Article 1 (Slavery prohibition)                                  

YES     2,027               232,147

NO         115                 29,506

Proposal 5: Adding Article 22 (Reproductive liberty)   YES 1,902 NO 313

YES     1,902             206,789

NO         313              62,466

*Unofficial results updated at 12:45 a.m.

 

CHARLOTTE VOTING RESULTS ON VERMONT GENERAL ELECTION BALLOT

U.S. SENATOR
Mark Coester 1
Natasha Diamondstone-Kohout 6
Stephen Duke 1
Dawn Marie Ellis 15
Ms. Cris Ericson 5
Gerald Malloy 415
Kerry Patrick Raheb 5
Peter Welch 1,875

REPRESENTATIVE TO CONGRESS
Becca Balint 1,723
Matt Druzba 30
Liam Madden 413
Adam Ortiz 6
Ericka Redic 90
Luke Talbot 10

GOVERNOR
Peter Duval 22
Kevin Hoyt 16
Bernard Peters 8
Phil Scott 1,703
Brenda Siegel 565

LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR
Joe Benning 733
Ian G. Diamondstone 29
David Zuckerman 1,444

STATE TREASURER
Brooke Paige 484
Mike Pieciak 1,721

SECRETARY OF STATE
Sarah Copeland Hanzas 1,682
Brooke Paige 495

AUDITOR OF ACCOUNTS
Doug Hoffer 1,644
Richard “Rick” Morton 500

ATTORNEY GENERAL
Charity Clark 1,689
Michael Tagliava 497

STATE SENATOR
Thomas Chittenden 1,649
Virginia “Ginny” Lyons 1,528
Kesha Ram Hinsdale 1,445
Dean Rolland 554
Rohan St. Marthe 387

STATE REPRESENTATIVE
Chea Waters Evans 1,753

PROBATE JUDGE
Gregory J. Glennon 1,666

ASSISTANT JUDGE
Suzanne Brown 1,448
Connie Cain Ramsey 1,237

STATE’S ATTORNEY
Sarah F. George 1,628

SHERIFF
Dan Gamelin 1,573

HIGH BAILIFF
Michael R. Major 1,324
James A. Mallon 271

 

 





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