Mark Twain Library Bids Farewell to Longtime Director

After 10 years at the helm of Redding’s Mark Twain Library, Beth Steinhardt Dominianni of Easton is retiring from her position. We will have an Open House Celebration for Beth at the Library on June 17.

With our doors recently back open to the public, we invite and encourage all Continue reading “Mark Twain Library Bids Farewell to Longtime Director”

Concerts on the Hill Return for the 2021 Season

Popular Summer Series is Back!

Christ Church Easton will once again host its Concerts on the Hill summer concerts. These unique outdoor events debuted in 2017 and quickly became a local community favorite, averaging 200 people in attendance at each concert. Children, adults, and Continue reading “Concerts on the Hill Return for the 2021 Season”

Mother’s Day Plant Sale Helps Ovarian Cancer Services

Noreen Forde

Noreen Forde of Easton has organized a special way to support women with ovarian cancer and to celebrate Mother’s Day.

COVID-19 has affected everyone in so many ways, and women facing cancer need support now more than ever. Forde urges friends and neighbors to consider Continue reading “Mother’s Day Plant Sale Helps Ovarian Cancer Services”

‘Balloon Lady’ Creates Welcome Message for Voters

Patty Jurgielewicz lifted the spirits of passers by on the corner of Westport Road and Bibbins Road with her ballon art messages last year during the the COVID-19 pandemic shut down.

Today, as taxpayers go to the polls at Samuel Staples Elementary School to vote on the town and Continue reading “‘Balloon Lady’ Creates Welcome Message for Voters”

Proposed 2021-22 Budget Heads to Annual Town Meeting

The Board of Finance approved a budget of $46,249,385 to fund town and school spending in 2021-22, pending taxpayer approval. 

Town officials will present the budget proposed for discussion and comment at the Annual Town Meeting on Monday, April 26 at 7 p.m. at Samuel Staples Elementary Continue reading “Proposed 2021-22 Budget Heads to Annual Town Meeting”

Zoning Appeal Hearing for Tranquility Drive Slaughterhouse Moved to May 3

The Easton Zoning Board of Appeals has rescheduled the in-person public hearing for the Appeal for 59 Tranquility Drive from its original date of April 5 to Monday, May 3 at 5:30 p.m. in the Samuel Staples Elementary School Cafetorium due to Covid-19 space restrictions.

As reported Continue reading “Zoning Appeal Hearing for Tranquility Drive Slaughterhouse Moved to May 3”

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”

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”

You Can Watch the Special Town Meeting Video

For those who wish to watch tonight’s Special Town Meeting virtually, it can be accessed on YouTube at the following link: https://youtu.be/LyAnQwgdcyU.

Up to 80 residents could attend in person, allowing for 20 town officials for a maximum of 100 people as permitted by the governor’s Continue reading “You Can Watch the Special Town Meeting Video”

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