Easton Public Library Is Fine-Free

The Easton Public Library is permanently fine-free, after a unanimous vote from the Library Board. The Library has been fine-free on a trial basis since March of 2020.

“A permanently fine-free library invites a broader spectrum of Library users by removing the barrier that fines Continue reading “Easton Public Library Is Fine-Free”

Agenda for Annual Town Meeting Set at Selectmen Meeting of April 8, 2022

The Easton Board of Selectmen held a special meeting on Friday, April 8 in lieu of our regular meeting scheduled for Thursday, April 7. First Selectman David Bindelglass and Selectman Robert Lessler were in attendance. Selectman Kristi Sogofsky intended to attend but had a last minute Continue reading “Agenda for Annual Town Meeting Set at Selectmen Meeting of April 8, 2022”

Election Recount Upholds Wins for Lessler and Laske

A recount today confirmed the results for two races that were close enough to warrant a recanvass. The recount for the offices of Selectman and Board of Finance to fill a vacancy for two years upheld victories for the selectman seat by Bob Lessler (D) vs. Jeff Parker (R) and for Continue reading “Election Recount Upholds Wins for Lessler and Laske”

Bindelglass Sworn In for Second Term as First Selectman

The first of several upcoming swearing in ceremonies for incumbents and newly elected Easton town officials took place at Town Hall today. Town Clerk Christine Halloran administered the oath of office to Democrat David Bindelglass for his second term as first selectman.

Bindelglass Continue reading “Bindelglass Sworn In for Second Term as First Selectman”

Election Recount Set for Nov. 9 UPDATED

In the wake of a sometimes contentious election, one thing Eastonites of all persuasions agree on: The town did not want inconclusive results.

At this time, the recanvass will be for the offices of Selectman and Board of Finance (To Fill a Vacancy for Two Years). The recanvass Continue reading “Election Recount Set for Nov. 9 UPDATED”

Bindelglass Wins Second Term as First Selectman

Following an unusually spirited campaign and significant voter turnout, Democrat David Bindelglass was re-elected First Selectman, out performing his challenger, Republican Jeff Parker.

Dave Bindelglass celebrate at home with his wife, Gloria, after winning a second term as first Continue reading “Bindelglass Wins Second Term as First Selectman”

Municipal Election Attracts Brisk Turn Out of Voters

As of noon today, more than 1,200 Eastonites turned out to cast ballots in one of the most spirited elections in the town’s history. Another roughly 350 cast absentee ballots. At this rate the turn out could reach 3,000 by the close of polls at 8 p.m.

Easton has a total of 5,672 Continue reading “Municipal Election Attracts Brisk Turn Out of Voters”

Election Day is Tuesday, Nov. 2

Election Day is today, Tuesday, Nov. 2, 2021. Easton’s polling place is the Samuel Staples Elementary School Cafetorium at 515 Morehouse Road in Easton. Polls are open from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Below is a sample ballot which may also be accessed on the town of Easton website: View Continue reading “Election Day is Tuesday, Nov. 2”

Christine Halloran (R) Candidate Statement, Town Clerk, Running Unopposed

Thank you for an amazingly productive eight years of learning and professionally growing serving as your Town Clerk. I am honored to seek re-election for my fifth term. With your vote of support, I will continue to provide highly experienced, efficient, accessible, and friendly customer Continue reading “Christine Halloran (R) Candidate Statement, Town Clerk, Running Unopposed”

Easton Board of Selectmen Debate a Wide Range of Issues

Candidates for Board of Selectmen took to the stage Wednesday at Samuel Staples Elementary School in the last of three candidate debates scheduled before the Nov. 2 municipal election.

The event was presented by the Easton Democratic Town Committee and Easton Republican Town Committee Continue reading “Easton Board of Selectmen Debate a Wide Range of Issues”

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