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Easton Courier Political Campaign Policies

Election season is upon us. So that we can publish as many statements and letters as possible, the Courier has some rules and guidelines for candidates, parties and supporters for the Nov. 2 municipal election.

Fair play: We expect candidates and supporters to stick to issues and Continue reading “Easton Courier Political Campaign Policies”

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Please Support the Courier

Your donation will sustain Easton’s community journalism project

Most residents remember when Easton became a news desert. Hundreds of local news organizations have closed, as their advertising revenue disappeared, and the pandemic worsened. The print edition of the Easton Courier Continue reading “Please Support the Courier”

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CLASP Homes Benefit Concert Set for Oct. 15

Grab your dancing shoes and come to FTC Stage One on Friday, Oct. 15 for an evening of Motown and Soul music by Band Central in support of CLASP Homes.

Tickets are $40 and include access to the pre-party in the FTC foyer and art gallery, where art and ceramic work from CLASP residents Continue reading “CLASP Homes Benefit Concert Set for Oct. 15”

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Have You Heard the Scoop about Shaggy Coos?

In-House Gelato Coming In October

Shaggy Coos Farm has been offering freshly made gelato for the past four years, made with their milk at La Dolche in Norwalk, Conn. When the farm heard that La Dolche was closing down, they decided to buy La Dolche’s gelato machine.

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Sunday Nature Walk: Summer’s End

Spring is the time of renewal and regrowth. The season showcases the beauty of the circle of life as many species of birds, mammals, and other critters start new families and raise their young. As summer sets in, the youngsters born in the early spring continue to grow. This is also Continue reading “Sunday Nature Walk: Summer’s End”

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Letter: Is Jeff Parker For or Against the Pathway?

To the Editor:

This is in response to Jeff Parker’s published opinion on the Pathway dated Sept 12.

The reader was led to believe Mr. Parker was going to provide the Easton Voters his opinions on the Pathway as was stated in the body of the article, yet what he provided to Easton Continue reading “Letter: Is Jeff Parker For or Against the Pathway?”

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Letter: Fund the Pathway Design

To the Editor:

At this past Monday’s Town Meeting when the topic of the multi-use/pedestrian path was discussed, many people expressed their opinions. Questions were asked about the path itself, like: would it have lights, how many trees will have to be cut down, would the copper Continue reading “Letter: Fund the Pathway Design”

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Letter: Vote “No” on Pathway Design

To the Editor:

Typically, situations needing improvement are evaluated for a least cost, mid-cost or shoot-for-the-moon project.

We have never been given any other options for different solutions to this situation. Why? How about moving the road to the west and enlarging shoulder Continue reading “Letter: Vote “No” on Pathway Design”

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Letter: Support the Sport Hill Road Pathway

To the Editor:

I am writing in support of the proposed pathway from Helen Keller Middle School to the Easton Village Store.

Just for a minute, I want you to imagine you are an 8th grader at Helen Keller. School just let out and you are walking to the Easton Village Store (or Silverman’s) Continue reading “Letter: Support the Sport Hill Road Pathway”

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Letter: Support Pathway Design Plan

To the Editor:

We encourage Easton voters to vote yes on September 21st to fund an initial $80,000 for a design plan for the Pathway from Helen Keller Middle School to EVS and Silverman’s Farm. After a $64,000 reimbursement from the state, the Town of Easton will owe $16,000 of the Continue reading “Letter: Support Pathway Design Plan”

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A Message from the First Selectman

Updated 9/18/2021

EMS
Good afternoon,

Lest we forget about Covid this week Easton passed 500 cases overall.  Still the trend is towards better. As you know, several weeks ago I joined my Republican colleagues, the First Selectmen of Fairfield and Westport in declaring a mask mandate Continue reading “A Message from the First Selectman”

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A Day of Remembrance and Reflection: Easton Commemorates 9/11

On a sunny, breezy day, much like Sept. 11, 2001, Easton residents gathered on the 9/11 memorial green across from Easton Town Hall to remember and mourn on the occasion of the 20th anniversary of 9/11. Terrorists killed 2,977 people from 93 nations, including three with direct connections Continue reading “A Day of Remembrance and Reflection: Easton Commemorates 9/11”

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