Column: Looking Ahead to 2022

Welcome to 2022! Let us hope that as we move into the new year the situation with the pandemic  improves. From Town Hall there are a number of things we hope to move forward. Obviously some things will depend on the state of Covid 19. How we conduct meetings by our boards and commissions Continue reading “Column: Looking Ahead to 2022”

Hope for a New EMS Facility Shines Bright

It’s been a long time coming, but the Easton Volunteer Emergency Medical Service may finally be on track to make its move into a new modern facility in 2022. 

The building project is progressing, according to EMS Chief Jonathan Arnold. The EMS Association has narrowed down the Continue reading “Hope for a New EMS Facility Shines Bright”

Letter: Dave Bindelglass on Top of EMS Building

To the Editor:

In his June 16 Courier letter, Jeff Parker advocated that ARP (American Rescue Plan) funds be used for a new EMS (Emergency Medical Services) building to replace our structurally compromised building.

It is interesting to see Parker promote solutions that build Continue reading “Letter: Dave Bindelglass on Top of EMS Building”

Letter: Using Federal Relief Funds to Replace the Dilapidated EMS Building

To the Editor:

The American Rescue Plan is a federally funded, grant-based plan that set aside
$350 billion to help states recover from the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic.
From the allocation made available to Connecticut, we now know that $2.2
million is earmarked for Easton.

Continue reading “Letter: Using Federal Relief Funds to Replace the Dilapidated EMS Building”

A Message from First Selectman Bindelglass

Update for 3/12/2021

Good evening,

The state continues to make progress in fighting the Covid-19 virus. More re-openings are on the horizon. Vaccinations continue.  We will be looking at our policies for in-person meetings, use of Town Hall, and the travel policy for town Continue reading “A Message from First Selectman Bindelglass”