Letter: Thank You From Easton PTO

To the Editor:

Easton PTO offers a big thank you to everyone in the community who participated in Light Up Easton 2021.

The second annual community-wide light tour offered a chance for people to register their homes to be included on the light tour map. For a donation to Easton Continue reading “Letter: Thank You From Easton PTO”

Letter: Lost Trees

To the Editor:

Why did Aquarion cut down 30 to 40 beautiful, healthy 40- to-50- foot tall evergreen white pine trees around their pump house on lower Buck Hill Road in Easton ?

Charles Lynch

Easton

Editor’s Note: Aquarion has taken down approximately 30 trees near the pump Continue reading “Letter: Lost Trees”

Open Letter to Easton Board Finance Re: EMS Building Replacement

To the Editor:

To the Easton Board of Finance: We are strongly in favor of applying American Recovery Plan Act (ARPA) funds towards replacing our EMS Building if it is determined that we can use these funds without negative consequences to our town. Having said that, we have a Continue reading “Open Letter to Easton Board Finance Re: EMS Building Replacement”

Letter: A True Connecticut Fish Story

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To the Editor:

Before we moved to Easton 22 years ago we lived in Norwalk where I made friends with Charlie Toth, an elderly neighbor who had grown up in Norwalk where his father had managed what he called “the poor farm” for indigent people.

A lifelong Norwalk resident, Charlie Continue reading “Letter: A True Connecticut Fish Story”

Letter: What Is Going on Inside the Easton RTC?

To the Editor:

Dear Members of the Easton Republican Town Committee: You may think of me as a Democrat, if you think of me at all, but I am not a registered Democrat and I vote for Republican candidates—including in last week’s election.  In fact, the only endorsement letter I Continue reading “Letter: What Is Going on Inside the Easton RTC?”

Correction to “What is Going on in Easton?”

To the Editor:

A recent booklet mailed to Easton residents by the Citizens for Responsible Government (CRG) contained a reprint of an article titled “What is Going on in Easton?” by Brad Koltz, Publisher of the Easton Community Gazette which CRG claims has “information regarding Continue reading “Correction to “What is Going on in Easton?””

Letter: Integrity Does Matter

To the Editor:

I recently retired after 21 years as an Easton teacher and administrator. I’ve known both David Bindelglass and Jeffrey Parker, professionally and personally, for over 15 years.

We were fortunate that David was First Selectman during the pandemic. I admired his Continue reading “Letter: Integrity Does Matter”

Letter: Bowditch for Board of Finance

To the Editor:

Wendy Bowditch, Republican candidate for the Board of Finance bring years of experience to this position. She served on the Insurance Commission for 12 years, 7 as chairman, and was the elected Town Treasurer for 7 years. She retired from a successful career as an Continue reading “Letter: Bowditch for Board of Finance”

Letter: Was Life-Long Republican

To the Editor:

I was a life-long Republican until witnessing the hyperbolic nonsense from right-wing groups and from mainstream Republicans. Fliers and pamphlets from CRG & now the ERTC spew nastiness and untruths.

Thank you Democratic Selectmen, David Bindelglass and Bob Lessler Continue reading “Letter: Was Life-Long Republican”

Letter: David Bindelglass Has Our Vote

To the Editor:

Strong leadership is tested by crisis, and David Bindelglass bolstered and guided us through storms, the pandemic, and social turbulence. When health was of foremost concern, he championed Easton’s connection with the Westport/Weston Health District. His weekly letters Continue reading “Letter: David Bindelglass Has Our Vote”

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