Referendum Results Confirmed; Pathway’s Future Still Uncertain

A larger than expected turnout among animated Easton voters produced two results that oddsmakers might well have missed. The first three measures were without any significant controversy and the margins in favor were wide.

The decision to join the Westport Weston Health District Continue reading “Referendum Results Confirmed; Pathway’s Future Still Uncertain”

Easton Voters Support Pathway, Approve Joining Westport Weston Health District

Easton voters on Tuesday approved joining the Westport Weston Health District and voted in favor of appropriating $249,400 to construct a multi-use pathway along Sport Hill Road.

The proposals were among five referendum questions on the ballot, all of which were approved by voters, Continue reading “Easton Voters Support Pathway, Approve Joining Westport Weston Health District”

Easton Votes; Polls Close at 8 P.M.

A crisp spring day and an unusual interest in two referendum questions brought a steady stream of voters to Samuel Staples Elementary School shortly after the polls opened at 6 a.m.

One of the much debated items will determine whether or not to join the Westport Weston Health Continue reading “Easton Votes; Polls Close at 8 P.M.”

Absentee Ballot Pickup Deadline Today, Pathway Q&A Tonight, and Useful Links for March 30 Referendum Vote

The following information concerning Easton’s March 30 referendum vote was posted on the Town of Easton website this morning and distributed through its opt-in e-notification system.

It includes important information about absentee ballots and a link to the informal session hosted Continue reading “Absentee Ballot Pickup Deadline Today, Pathway Q&A Tonight, and Useful Links for March 30 Referendum Vote”

Letter: Vote for the Pathway

To the Editor:

I am writing to express my support for the proposed multi-use pathway between Helen Keller Middle School and Silverman’s Farm. The primary reason for the pathway is simple – there is a clear and present danger for people walking on the side of the road, especially Continue reading “Letter: Vote for the Pathway”

Special Town Meeting Precedes Town-wide Vote

Following more than a year without an opportunity for Easton residents to debate and evaluate upcoming proposals of significance, 35 residents and more than a dozen town officials convened at Samuel Staples Elementary School on March 23 to consider five upcoming ballot questions. Continue reading “Special Town Meeting Precedes Town-wide Vote”

Legal Notice Easton Referendum Tuesday, March 30, 2021

WARNING/NOTICE OF REFERENDUM

VOTE ON MARCH 30, 2021

The Legal Voters in the Town of Easton, Connecticut, and those entitled to vote therein, are hereby warned and notified to vote on a referendum to be held at Samuel Staples Elementary School, 515 Morehouse Road, Easton, CT on Continue reading “Legal Notice Easton Referendum Tuesday, March 30, 2021”

Absentee Ballots Available March 24 for March 30 Vote

Absentee Ballots CANNOT be mailed by the Town Clerk per State of Connecticut guidelines.

Absentee Ballot Process for Referendum (with less than 3 weeks’ notice)
1. Complete and sign Absentee Ballot Application (see below for link to application).
* Please include phone/email address Continue reading “Absentee Ballots Available March 24 for March 30 Vote”

Op-Ed: DTC’s Statement for the Removal of Donald Trump as President

President Donald Trump must immediately be removed from office. The Easton Democratic Town Committee joins a bipartisan chorus demanding his removal. We seek both safety for the people of this country and justice for his illegal and immoral actions.

He willfully violated his oath Continue reading “Op-Ed: DTC’s Statement for the Removal of Donald Trump as President”

Selectmen Rebuke Wednesday’s Rampage of U.S. Capitol

During board comment at the end of their meeting tonight, the Board of Selectmen condemned Wednesday’s storming and occupation of the United States Capitol. 

“I don’t think we can leave the table tonight without reflecting on the horror of yesterday,” First Selectman Bob Lessler Continue reading “Selectmen Rebuke Wednesday’s Rampage of U.S. Capitol”

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