Easton Volunteer Fire Department Constructs Pole Barn

Easton’s volunteer firefighters are putting the finishing touches on the interior of new red pole barn that graces the grounds of their headquarters on Center Road.

The barn is part of a three-phase project to expand its headquarters to better serve the community. The initial phase Continue reading “Easton Volunteer Fire Department Constructs Pole Barn”

An Invitation to Join the Easton Diversity and Inclusion Task Force

The Easton Diversity and Inclusion Task Force (EDIT), formed in August 2020, is embarking on its third year of service to our community. EDIT has sought to cultivate a sense of belonging and valuing of all people through events such as the Voices of Diversity project with the Easton Continue reading “An Invitation to Join the Easton Diversity and Inclusion Task Force”

Between a Headstone & a Hard Place – Union Cemetery

Anyone who has passed by Easton’s Union Cemetery this summer has certainly noticed a difference in its appearance of late. Unlike the past few summers, the grounds are neatly mowed and the weeds and unkempt shrubs that formally obscured many of the headstones have been trimmed Continue reading “Between a Headstone & a Hard Place – Union Cemetery”

A Message from First Selectman Bindelglass

Updated 9/15/2022

Good afternoon,

The Town Clerk’s office be open from 8:30.a.m.-4:30 p.m. daily no longer closing for lunch beginning Monday, Sept. 19th.

Last night at the Selectmen’s meeting I provided an update regarding EVS. The environmental consultant has completed Continue reading “A Message from First Selectman Bindelglass”

Easton PD Adds Autism Safety Alert Form

The Easton Police Department is among a growing list of police departments in the state to offer Autism Safety Alert Forms to aid interaction between police officers and autistic individuals.

The form is the brainchild of Naugatuck resident Jennifer Harding, a single mom whose Continue reading “Easton PD Adds Autism Safety Alert Form”

Final Report Due on EVS Contamination; Town Vows to Be More Vigilant  

Town officials have pledged to more closely monitor the removal of any commercial oil tanks in Easton. The move comes after the discovery of contaminated soil when two tanks were removed at the Easton Village Store and leaked onto a nearby resident’s property. Further contamination Continue reading “Final Report Due on EVS Contamination; Town Vows to Be More Vigilant  “

Column: School Daze

In 1974, Mr. Levy was admitted to the hospital for the investigation of shortness of breath. He was a frail, elderly man with very pale skin and very little hair. He was one of thousands of little, old men admitted that year to the hospital for problems likely to be an inevitable Continue reading “Column: School Daze”

Easton Property Transfers — August 2022

The following property transfers were recorded by the Easton Town Clerk’s office for the month of August:

104 North Street, Douglas G. and Kerry Rivard to Elizabeth Sfondrini and Jordan Roberts, $950,000.

80 Wedgewood Drive, Robert Kalamaras to Thomas and Erica Allison, $650,000.

Continue reading “Easton Property Transfers — August 2022”

Easton Police Officers Get New Body Cameras

Easton police officers will soon be wearing body cameras, a new tool law enforcement officers say will benefit the public and police.

“I’m in favor of the (body) cameras and I was in favor of the dashboard cameras,” said Police Chief Richard Doyle. “It improves accountability, Continue reading “Easton Police Officers Get New Body Cameras”

A Message from First Selectman Bindelglass

Updated 09/09/2022

Good afternoon,

I hope to see all of you at the town fireworks sponsored by Easton EMS on Saturday evening. http://eastonems.com/2022/08/01/https-www-eventbrite-com-e-fireworks-easton-volunteer-emergency-services-tickets-387642096947/. Fortunately, mother nature Continue reading “A Message from First Selectman Bindelglass”

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