Message from First Selectman Bindelglass

Update for 10/23/2020

Good afternoon,

There is no question in my mind that we are looking at a real uptick in COVID-19  cases in Connecticut and in Easton. There has been slow, steady growth in the number of people in the hospital in the state and county, but also a growing number Continue reading “Message from First Selectman Bindelglass”

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Letter: Elect Michelle McCabe to State Senate

To the Editor:

When I seconded Michelle McCabe’s nomination for State Senate, I said that I believed in Michelle because she turns innovative ideas into reality.

For example, as director of the Center for Food Equity and Economic Development with the Council of Churches of Greater Continue reading “Letter: Elect Michelle McCabe to State Senate”

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Scout Project Gets Samuel Senior Park Ready for Classes

Samuel P. Senior Memorial Park was once home to an outdoor classroom designed to educate local children about the role wetlands play in improving water quality and providing wildlife habitat. Thanks to the efforts of Milo Goldstein and fellow Boy Scouts from Troop 66, the park is Continue reading “Scout Project Gets Samuel Senior Park Ready for Classes”

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Connecticut League of Conservation Voters Endorses Hughes for Reelection

The Connecticut League of Conservation Voters (CTLCV) has endorsed State Rep. Anne Hughes (D-135th) for reelection to the Connecticut House of Representatives.

“I’m grateful for the endorsement of the Connecticut League of Conservation voters and look forward to continued work Continue reading “Connecticut League of Conservation Voters Endorses Hughes for Reelection”

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Connecticut Small Business Association Endorses Shaban for State Representative

John Shaban received the endorsement of the Connecticut chapter of the National Federation of Independent/Small Businesses. NFIB is a leading small business association in Connecticut and has been the voice of small businesses across the country for more than 75 years.  NFIB endorsed Continue reading “Connecticut Small Business Association Endorses Shaban for State Representative”

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Halloween Celebrations Change But Carry On

For years now, after summer has ended, the Easton community looks forward to celebrating fall with festivities organized by town residents. However, public health restrictions due to the Covid-19 pandemic are causing major changes and cancellations for this year’s celebrations.

Continue reading “Halloween Celebrations Change But Carry On”
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PURA Public Comment Hearing on Response to Tropical Storm Isaias

The Public Utilities Regulatory Authority (PURA) will hold a public comment hearing on Oct. 23 at 9 a.m. to provide the public with the opportunity to comment on Eversource and United Illuminating’s responses to Tropical Storm Isaias: Docket Number 20-08-03, Investigation into Electric Continue reading “PURA Public Comment Hearing on Response to Tropical Storm Isaias”

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Changing Seasons: Is it Time for a Change?

I absolutely love the fall and as I write this I sit looking at a beautiful tree outside my window changing from green to a bright vibrant yellow, and I am reminded that perhaps this is the time to think about changes that we have been putting off in life.

Perhaps, as we pull Continue reading “Changing Seasons: Is it Time for a Change?”

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Anne Hughes Candidate Statement: Working Toward Solutions Together

Among my greatest joys as the state representative serving Easton, Weston, and Redding, is simply spending time in the district — so spectacular during this peak foliage season- — meeting new neighbors for the first time and renewing old friendships.

During these past two years, Continue reading “Anne Hughes Candidate Statement: Working Toward Solutions Together”

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Moving Field Maintenance from Park and Rec to Public Works

Recently the Board of Finance has initiated discussion of changing responsibility for maintenance of town-owned fields and grounds.  People have asked why we are pursuing this issue.  The Board of Finance (BOF) has long sought to work with all town departments to find ways to either Continue reading “Moving Field Maintenance from Park and Rec to Public Works”

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