Coworkers Laud Phil Doremus’s Service to Easton

A large group of Easton Town Hall workers and friends gathered under sunny skies on the library lawn to mark the retirement of one of their own.

They munched on pizza from the Big Green Truck, chatted and laughed as they recalled good times with Phillip Doremus, wetlands and zoning Continue reading “Coworkers Laud Phil Doremus’s Service to Easton”

Wildlife In Crisis Seeks Donations in Bear 211’s Memory

Weston-based Wildlife in Crisis is raising funds to honor Bear 211, a black bear who was humanely euthanized after being severely injured by a hit-and-run driver in Easton on Monday.

Bear 211, a young male, was beloved and often spotted slumbering in hammocks and taking dips in Continue reading “Wildlife In Crisis Seeks Donations in Bear 211’s Memory”

A Message from First Selectman Bindelglass

Updated 7/30/2021

Bear 211

Good afternoon,

We have continued to have multiple complaints about Optimum as I have discussed previously. Every complaint that I have received has been escalated to our municipal representative. Even at this level, it is unclear to me that these complaints Continue reading “A Message from First Selectman Bindelglass”

Easton Democrats Endorse Slate for November Election

Proven Leadership Plus New Energy

The Easton Democratic Town Committee (EDTC) on July 27 unanimously and enthusiastically endorsed 16 candidates for municipal office. The slate includes incumbents with valuable experience as well as new residents who understand the importance of Continue reading “Easton Democrats Endorse Slate for November Election”

Meadow Ridge to Host Complimentary Croquet and Cocktails Themed Garden Party on Aug. 10

Meadow Ridge, a Benchmark continuing care retirement community (CCRC), invites everyone to partake in complimentary croquet on their courts while enjoying mimosas from their traveling bar. On Tuesday, Aug. 10, at 10 a.m. Meadow Ridge will host Croquet & Cocktails on its 136-acre Continue reading “Meadow Ridge to Host Complimentary Croquet and Cocktails Themed Garden Party on Aug. 10”

Summer Travels Slow Down Real Estate Demand

But Not Enough to Solve Housing Shortage

After a year of reclusion due to the COVID-19 pandemic, relaxed travel restrictions shifted some people’s priorities from buying a new home to traveling.

Still recovering from a traumatic year, a few buyers and sellers put their real Continue reading “Summer Travels Slow Down Real Estate Demand”

Letter: In Support of Sarah Lehberger’s Appointment to the Region 9 BOE

To the Editor:

I am writing to applaud the Easton Board of Selectman decision to appoint Sarah Lehberger to the vacant seat on the Region 9 Board of Education.  I disagree with Kristi Sogofsky’s accusation in her recent letter that this was a political appointment. 

Kristi forced Continue reading “Letter: In Support of Sarah Lehberger’s Appointment to the Region 9 BOE”

Superintendent Search Continues Amid Controversy Over Critical Race Theory

Public Comment Sessions Tomorrow at JBHS and Virtual Session on Wednesday

The search for a new superintendent for the Easton, Redding and Region 9 school districts moves forward with public comment sessions this week as contentious debates surrounding diversity, equity and inclusion Continue reading “Superintendent Search Continues Amid Controversy Over Critical Race Theory”

Easton Republicans Endorse Candidates for November

Easton Republicans formally endorsed their slate of candidates for the November municipal election during their caucus on July 22 at the Easton Public Library.

Jeff Parker is the party’s candidate for first selectman. Parker announced his candidacy and filed the paperwork to run Continue reading “Easton Republicans Endorse Candidates for November”

A Message from First Selectman Bindelglass

Updated 7/23/2021

Good afternoon, 

Fortunately, it has been a quiet week in town so I will try to be brief. To follow up from my message from last week, at Optimum’s suggestion we have begun to elevate all complaints to our municipal representative. I have expressed that fixing Continue reading “A Message from First Selectman Bindelglass”

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