Letter: Senior Housing Proposal

To the Editor:

To the Board of Selectmen, Town of Easton:

After 25 years of fighting multiple developers, Sacred Heart (many times) and the New England Prayer Center and its outrageous front parking lot, I had thought the battle was over when the citizens of Easton overwhelmingly Continue reading “Letter: Senior Housing Proposal”

Letter: Vote to Preserve South Park Forever

To the Editor:

After fifty years, South Park is on the brink of “Forever Ours and Forever Wild.” But we’re not there yet. And now, we need your help for one last push.

On Tuesday, May 31, 7 p.m. at Samuel Staples Elementary School, Easton residents have a chance to vote to permanently Continue reading “Letter: Vote to Preserve South Park Forever”

Letter: Easton Citizens Must Show Up and Vote at Tuesday’s Town Meeting

To the Editor:

This Tuesday (May 31) Easton citizens are being asked to show up at our Town Meeting and vote for a permanent conservation easement to protect our town-owned South Park Ave. property from development. More than 700 Easton citizens signed a petition calling for this Continue reading “Letter: Easton Citizens Must Show Up and Vote at Tuesday’s Town Meeting”

Letter: Vote to Preserve the South Park Property

To the Editor:

I would like to add my voice to the many encouraging a “yes” vote on the land sale to Aspetuck Land Trust on Tuesday.

Like many others, I have concerns about the remaining acreage. And I would have strongly preferred to see a complete resolution.

But that is Continue reading “Letter: Vote to Preserve the South Park Property”

Letter: Vote YES for ALT, YES for the Truth

To the Editor:

I would like to thank our bi-partisan Board of Selectmen for publishing the facts about the sale of 19 acres of the South Park property to the esteemed Aspetuck Land Trust. I and my family appreciate the truth from our elected officials, rather than a leaflet full Continue reading “Letter: Vote YES for ALT, YES for the Truth”

Letter: Take a walk in the woods….

To the Editor:

Over the years I have taken many hikes in land managed by the ALT (Aspetuck Land Trust) and never thought twice about how important the ALT was to my hiking enjoyment. Last week was different. I took my grandson on a hike in the Paine Open Space aware that the town Continue reading “Letter: Take a walk in the woods….”

Letter: Vote NO on May 3

To the Editor:

A Response To Selectman Bob Lessler’s Letter On South Park

1) The “bugaboo” with regard to South Park is that the property is somehow endangered by ownership by the Town of Easton. It is not. Simply stating something over and over again does not make it so. Not Continue reading “Letter: Vote NO on May 3”

Letter: Turn Out and Vote ‘Yes’

To the Editor:

I have just read the booklet sent by mail from the Citizens for Responsible Government (CRG), which I received on Friday. I have read their prior booklets as well. I do not find their argumentation very clear or convincing.

Citizens for Easton (CFE) strongly endorses Continue reading “Letter: Turn Out and Vote ‘Yes’”

Letter: I Could Not Agree More with Dr. Lechtenberg

To the Editor:

I could not agree more with Dr. Lechtenberg article on the cruel abortion laws that have been passed by Kentucky and so many other states. The very individuals who protest “forced” vaccinations, citing their right to choose what enters their bodies, illogically insist Continue reading “Letter: I Could Not Agree More with Dr. Lechtenberg”

Letter: Vote YES for South Park Sale–Remember 2008?

To the Editor:

I think we should all be clear on the history of the South Park Avenue property going back to 2008. In 2008, the Town was confronted with a developer who wanted to put essentially 72 double-wide trailers on slabs on the property using the affordable housing statues Continue reading “Letter: Vote YES for South Park Sale–Remember 2008?”

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