Letter: Open Response to CRG/Sherry Harris and June Logie

While I regret giving your messages any more amplification than they deserve, I feel I must respond to your recent letter about Critical Race Theory and “cancel culture.”

You state “CRG expected criticism, but the level of venom was astounding and demonstrates that the fear many Continue reading “Letter: Open Response to CRG/Sherry Harris and June Logie”

Letter: How to Influence Your Child’s Educational Experience

To the Editor:

I would like to share with you all important facts about your Easton Board of Finance (BOF). The chart below summarizes the BOF members who fully supported the 4.09% Board of Education (BOE) budget increase and those who did not.

Why is this important?

Continue reading “Letter: How to Influence Your Child’s Educational Experience”

Letter: Vote In Favor of the 2021-22 Education Budget Increase

To the Editor:

Imagine the heart-wrenching feelings of a wide-eyed second-grader when they walk into the first day of school and find their favorite teacher, the media specialist, no longer working there. Imagine the disappointment of a high school student hoping to pursue a career Continue reading “Letter: Vote In Favor of the 2021-22 Education Budget Increase”

Letter: Approve the Pathway

To the Editor:

This past Tuesday, Easton voted clearly and decisively that it wants the pathway. Voters want Helen Keller Middle School students to walk safely to the Easton Village Store. They want to take advantage of a $997,000 grant that will cover 80 percent of the cost for Continue reading “Letter: Approve the Pathway”

Letter: CRG Cancel Culture

To the Editor:

Wait, wait, wait. Did I just read what I thought I read? Sherry Harris of CRG wrote a letter complaining about cancel culture and how we are not allowed to express our opinions anymore, and she presents the Governor of Florida Ron Desantis as a shining example of being Continue reading “Letter: CRG Cancel Culture”

Letter: Support the Sport Hill Pathway

To the Editor:

I support the proposed pathway from Helen Keller to Silverman’s and we must move fast.

A few years ago, I was driving north on Sport Hill. As is often the case, a group of kids was walking along the side of the road. One of the children wandered into the road and Continue reading “Letter: Support the Sport Hill Pathway”

Letter: The People Have Spoken

Tuesday night’s Town referendum had a tremendous turn out. Congratulations to all of us for voting “YES” to all 5 items.

Item 5 on the ballot.

“As an advisory question, should the Town of Easton appropriate $249,400 for the local match requirement (20% of the total project cost of Continue reading “Letter: The People Have Spoken”

Letter: Easton Needs Many Answers Before We Move Along This Sidewalk Path

To the Editor:

Easton voter turnout for this 5-question referendum was 23.5%. The Easton Board of Selectmen immediately spin-doctored this turnout as follows:

“Huge turnout” – First Selectman Bindleglass

“Turnout was remarkable” – Selectman Sogofsky

“Tremendous voter turnout” Continue reading “Letter: Easton Needs Many Answers Before We Move Along This Sidewalk Path”

Letter: A Perspective on “Change”

Despite my age (I’m only 44), I’ve lived in this town for over 35 years, (including a few years away for my education). As we discuss the budgets, path, and social issues, a common sentiment that is often expressed is that “we don’t want our town to change”.

As a child, Easton was Continue reading “Letter: A Perspective on “Change””

Letter: Cancel Culture Attacks Citizens for Responsible Government

To the Editor:

Citizens for Responsible Government would again like to thank our supporters. Easton citizens have now received Important Easton Issues 6th Edition and we continue to receive letters, emails, phone calls, donations, and even flowers from citizens who are grateful Continue reading “Letter: Cancel Culture Attacks Citizens for Responsible Government”