Board of Selectmen Meeting of Oct. 21, 2021

The 2019 Board of Selectmen held its final regular meeting this date. Barring the need for a special meeting, the board will not meet again until the 2021 Board of Selectmen is elected and installed in office.

The board approved the minutes of its Oct. 7 meeting and approved tax Continue reading “Board of Selectmen Meeting of Oct. 21, 2021”

A Message from First Selectman Bindelglass

Updated 10/22/2021

CFJ

Good afternoon,

I am happy to report that for the second week in a row the Covid numbers are below 10 per 100,000. In fact, they are 5.7 per 100,000 for the two weeks ending October 16. In keeping with the metrics that we set this makes it possible for us Continue reading “A Message from First Selectman Bindelglass”

Adam Bonoff (R), Board of Assessment Appeals

Adam is running for a third term, having served as chairman for the past four years. Professionally, he spent most of his career in financial sales.

For the last 18 years he has managed his personal real estate investments in other Connecticut towns and cities full-time.

He Continue reading “Adam Bonoff (R), Board of Assessment Appeals”

Halloween Party this Weekend at Greiser’s

Greiser’s Coffee and Market invites the community to a Halloween party on Sunday, Oct. 24 outdoors in the parking lot. Musician Dan Carlucci will perform, and the market will be open until 5 p.m. The BeeWitched food truck will be in attendance to cater the event.  

This is just Continue reading “Halloween Party this Weekend at Greiser’s”

Eastonites Come Together to Support Local Farm Stand

Most Eastonites know and love the Aspetuck Apple Barn, a renowned local business on Black Rock Turnpike with a storied past. It is a popular stop for produce, flowers, pies, and an array of food gifts and specialty items. The Apple Barn was one of the local businesses that stayed Continue reading “Eastonites Come Together to Support Local Farm Stand”

Ray Ganim (R), Zoning Board of Appeals

Having lived in Easton most of my life, I am running for reelection to the Zoning Board of Appeals because I care about our local zoning issues.

It is important for our town and its residents to have a Zoning Board of Appeals which can continue to provide an avenue of relief from Continue reading “Ray Ganim (R), Zoning Board of Appeals”

Victor George (R), Zoning Board of Appeals

Victor George, a 62 year resident of Easton, is seeking his seveth term on the Zoning Board of Appeals.

An Easton native, he was a member of Joel Barlow High School’s first graduating class in 1961. Victor received an accounting degrees from both Champlain College and the University Continue reading “Victor George (R), Zoning Board of Appeals”

Trio of Candidate Debates Lead off with Region 9 School Board

The Easton community gathered at Samuel Staples Elementary school on Oct. 17 to attend a debate by the Region 9 Board of Education candidates. You can watch the Facebook live recording of the debate here.  

This debate was the first of three official debates agreed upon by the Easton Continue reading “Trio of Candidate Debates Lead off with Region 9 School Board”

Jennifer De Jesus (D), Easton Board of Education, Candidate Bio

Jennifer De Jesus and her husband, Marcos, moved to Easton four years ago when they fell in love with the beautiful farming community. Jennifer and Marcos have a six-year-old daughter, Clara, who is in first grade at Samuel Staples Elementary School. Jennifer also has three step Continue reading “Jennifer De Jesus (D), Easton Board of Education, Candidate Bio”

Devon Wible (D), Easton Board of Education, Candidate Bio

Candidate Bio

Devon and her husband, Jud, have lived in Easton for more than five years with their three children, Lewis, Robert, and Oliver. She is a lifelong educator who earned an undergraduate degree in History from Princeton University and a master’s degree in Curriculum and Continue reading “Devon Wible (D), Easton Board of Education, Candidate Bio”

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