Following an unusually spirited campaign and significant voter turnout, Democrat David Bindelglass was re-elected First Selectman, out performing his challenger, Republican Jeff Parker.
The second set of debates for the Nov. 2 municipal election was for Tax Collector and for the Board of Finance. The Easton Democratic and Republican town committees cosponsored the debate, which was held on Oct. 24 at Samuel Staples Elementary School. Voters could attend in person Continue reading “Tax Collector and Finance Board Candidates Debate”
I am honored to be running for the Office of Tax Collector for Easton because I am passionate about finance, accounting, and helping the community of Easton, where I live with my family. I am excited to bring the skills and best practices from multiple industries in private and public Continue reading “Michael Gutowski (D), Final Candidate Statement, Tax Collector”
My name is Krista Kot, and I am running for reelection as your Easton Tax Collector. I have been employed by the Town of Easton for the last 11 years — the first six as elected registrar of voters and secretary to the Conservation Commission, and the latter five years, more importantly, Continue reading “Krista Kot (R), Final Candidate Statement, Tax Collector”
Michael Gutowski and his wife, Clare, are six-year Easton residents with their children Catie, Drew, and dog Willow. As an accountant in private and public accounting, Michael has led various companies as CFO, controller and director. Michael is passionate about accounting and committed Continue reading “Michael Gutowski (D), Tax Collector, Candidate Bio and Statement”
Hello, my name is Krista Kot, and I am running for reelection as Easton Tax Collector, a position I’ve held for the past five years. Before being elected to this office, I held other positions in Town Hall, so I’m familiar with a lot of the workings of town government.