Update for 9/18/2020
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”
The Connecticut Department of Transportation’s Office of Engineering is developing plans to rehabilitate the pavement on Route 58 in Fairfield and Easton.
The purpose of the project is to preserve the pavement condition. The project involves rehabilitating the pavement on Route Continue reading “Pavement Preservation Project on Route 58 in Fairfield and Easton”
Do you ever stop to think about your garbage? On average, each person produces Continue reading “Rethinking Recycling”
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.
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State officials are seeking public comment on a $1.2 billion transportation improvement program that sets money aside for the Greater Bridgeport and Valley Region, which includes Easton.
While funds set aside for pavement striping and bridge inspections for Easton are small, Justin Continue reading “State Officials Seek Transportation Improvement Comments from Easton Residents”
Instructions for Voting In-Person or by Absentee Ballot
The 2020 election on Nov. 3 will be unprecedented in that, because of COVID 19, many individuals will be voting by absentee ballot, placing a great deal of pressure on the United States Postal Service. Therefore, there are Continue reading “Think Ahead to Election Day, Tuesday, Nov. 3”
In case you missed it: Check out these articles posted in the Easton Courier in the past week, from Monday, August 24 to Sunday, August 30.
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As some school districts look to begin to reopen as early as next week, state Senator Tony Hwang, R-28th District, offers the following statement.
I am thankful for all the work completed by Connecticut State Department of Education Commissioner Miguel Cardona and his staff. There Continue reading “Op-Ed: Patience, Caution and Flexibility Needed as Some Schools Reopen Next Week”
Aquarion Water Company is requesting to double the amount of water it moves from the Greater Bridgeport System area, including Easton, to the southwest region (Greenwich, Stamford, New Canaan and Darien) with a permit to last 25 years. Interested parties may join the Zoom meeting Continue reading “Aquarion Water Diversion Zoom Public Meeting Is Wednesday, Aug. 26”
Your property taxes are collected, and that money is spent. Who decides how much to collect and what to spend it on? Additionally, who makes sure it is spent properly?
The Board of Finance (BOF) of course. The BOF sets the annual mill rate and manages the process Continue reading “Civics 101: On Boards of Finance”