Message from First Selectman Bindelglass

Update for 9/25/2020

Good evening,           

I am happy to report that the Town of Easton continues to weather the pandemic and unlike so many other districts we have been able to keep our schools open. Our numbers remain good even after Labor Day Weekend with the town party Continue reading “Message from First Selectman Bindelglass”

Speaking of Women Event Takes on Sexual Exploitation and Trafficking

Every community thinks sexual exploitation and trafficking can’t happen here. Not only can it happen, but it’s happening already. Often, those doing the trafficking are people no one would think would be in that position. They can be neighbors, community members, coworkers.

“There’s Continue reading “Speaking of Women Event Takes on Sexual Exploitation and Trafficking”

Board of Selectmen Approve Antiracist Actions

The Easton Board of Selectmen unanimously approved the formation of the Easton Diversity and Inclusion Task Force as proposed by resident Lise Fleuette. The task force will act as an advisory group to investigate and offer recommendations to all town departments, boards and commissions Continue reading “Board of Selectmen Approve Antiracist Actions”

Message from First Selectman Bindelglass

Update for 9/18/2020

Good afternoon,                                                 

Easton Celebrates 175th with Town Party and Fireworks.–Tomas Koeck Photo

Last weekend was a great time to be an Easton resident and I was very proud to be your First Selectman. The Ashlar-Aspetuck Lodge hosted a wonderful town party with Continue reading “Message from First Selectman Bindelglass”

Articles from the Courier 8/31/20 – 9/13/20

In case you missed it: Check out these articles posted in the Easton Courier in the past two weeks, from Monday, August 31 to Sunday, September 13.

Don’t forget to subscribe to email notifications. It’s free, and you control the frequency. You can enter your email address here: https://eastoncourier.news/subscribe/. You control your notification Continue reading “Articles from the Courier 8/31/20 – 9/13/20”

Survivor, Activist Rachel Lloyd to Keynote ‘Speaking of Women 2020’

The Center for Family Justice will present its 23rd annual Speaking of Women event as a virtual fundraiser this September featuring Rachel Lloyd, a globally recognized expert on the subject of sexual exploitation and trafficking.

Presented by People’s United Bank, this annual fundraising Continue reading “Survivor, Activist Rachel Lloyd to Keynote ‘Speaking of Women 2020’”

A Message from First Selectman Bindelglass

The following update from First Selectman David Bindelglass was posted to the town’s website this morning:

Good morning.

Many of you are probably aware of the warning issued to the City of Danbury from the Connecticut Department of Public Health. Over a recent 18-day period Danbury Continue reading “A Message from First Selectman Bindelglass”

Hughes to Propose Utility Customer Bill of Rights

Connecticut House Democrats Anne Hughes and Raghib Allie-Brennan Call for EverSource and United Illuminating Accountability and Propose Utility Customer Bill of Rights

Connecticut State Representatives Anne Hughes (D-135) and Raghib Allie-Brennan (D-2) today announced they will Continue reading “Hughes to Propose Utility Customer Bill of Rights”

Message from First Selectman Bindelglass

Update for 8/14/2020

Good afternoon,

As we end the week that began with the aftermath of the storm and many of us without power, cell service, land lines or internet, we return to “COVID-19 normal”. A quick reminder to limit social gatherings, wear masks in public and sanitize Continue reading “Message from First Selectman Bindelglass”

Health Concerns Drive Bipartisan Action In General Assembly Special Session

Reporter’s Notebook

It might not augur a forever-movement toward bipartisanship in the Connecticut legislature, but public health was an overwhelmingly unifying issue at the recently completed special session of the General Assembly.

Unlike the heated and divided vote in favor Continue reading “Health Concerns Drive Bipartisan Action In General Assembly Special Session”

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