This week you should be receiving the new Easton Directory prepared and distributed by the Easton Senior Center. It is an extremely valuable resource and is distributed free of charge. I want to thank all who contributed by advertising in the Continue reading “Op-Ed: A Message From the First Selectman”
To the Editor:
In a few days, Easton residents will begin to see “final vote” on South Park signs cropping up around town. With your forbearance, please allow us to explain why.
Last May, at a well-attended town meeting, Easton residents voted to place a conservation restriction Continue reading “Letter: Vote Yes On South Park”
All members were present in person at our second regularly scheduled Board of Selectmen’s meeting.
After approving the minutes of the meeting of November 3, 2022, with some changes, the board moved on to its specific agenda items.
The board appointed Nick Jhilal to the Park and Continue reading “Board of Selectmen Meeting of Nov. 17, 2022”
It is hard to believe that it’s Thanksgiving already. We have so much to be thankful for; family and friends, and our beautiful town and wonderful community. It is a season where Easton shines particularly as the Christmas Tree Capitol of Continue reading “A Message From First Selectman Bindelglass”
Last night at the Board of Selectmen meeting, we set the agenda for the December 5th Special Town Meeting. We will be discussing and voting on revisions to the Ethics Ordinance which are still being finalized, the new fee schedule for planning Continue reading “A Message from First Selectman Bindelglass”
The Board of Selectmen held its regular meeting on Thursday, Nov. 3.
The meeting included updates on two ongoing matters. The proposed changes to the municipal land use fee schedule will be included on the agenda for the special Town Meeting planned for Dec 5. A question was raised Continue reading “Board of Selectmen Meeting of November 3, 2022”
On Tuesday, we had a very busy election day with a tremendous turn out. I want to thank the many people who worked extremely hard that day. This was of course our first day with two districts and many more people were required to work at Continue reading “A Message from First Selectman Bindelglass”
Voters in Easton and surrounding towns have re-elected three incumbents to represent them in the Connecticut General Assembly. Democrat Anne Hughes retained her 135th House District seat, Republican Tony Hwang won re -election to represent Senate District 28, and Republican Tony Continue reading “Voters Re-elect Hughes, Scott and Hwang”
The Easton Police Department is urging residents to not place checks they have written in their mailboxes to avoid being scammed.
Police said there has been an increase in check washing scams, a crime which erases the details from an already completed check to allow it to be rewritten. Continue reading “Easton Police Warn of Check Washing Scam”
While the voting results for surrounding towns and cities across the state continue to be counted, the unofficial results from Easton’s two voting districts have been posted on the town website.
According to these unofficial results, Easton cast 2,089 votes for Republican incumbent Continue reading “Easton’s Unofficial Voting Results Posted to Town Website”