To the Editor:

As I hope most town residents agree, our First Selectman David Bindelglass has a proven track record of consistent transparency, wise leadership and a welcome distaste for partisan politics. He has used his experience as a medical doctor to guide us through COVID, reconfigure our health district and advocate for a renovated EMS building. He has mixed administrative skills, empathy and diplomacy to build consensus.

He has found funding sources that don’t impact our taxes. He has repeatedly fought to preserve open spaces, most recently through the sale of the Mill River portion of South Park to the Aspetuck Land Trust.

And now, because of Second Selectman Bob Lessler’s retirement after 26 years of steadfast service, Dave has a new running mate: Nick D’Addario. CEO of his family-owned business and an active philanthropist, Nick has deep local roots, a law school education and a love of all Easton has to offer.

“My goal is to keep Easton Easton. That’s why my wife and I moved here, for the natural beauty, for the excellent schools and community partnerships. We hike the trails weekly, we buy farmers’ produce, we look forward to raising our son here; that’s what I want to protect, both for him and for generations to come.”

Please help keep Easton Easton by voting Row A on Nov. 7!

Karen Thorsen

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