Update for 4/9/2021
It was a busy week in town. The Board of Finance met on Tuesday and finalized the budget for next year. I will have a lot to say about the budget and try to explain it in some detail. However, I want to eliminate any chance of my explanations Continue reading “A Message from First Selectman Bindelglass”
Pretty much anyone who knows Dolly, and most in Easton do, knows that there are no short stop-and-chats with her. The conversations will be long and Dolly will do most of the talking. Sometimes a listener will wonder where she’s going when she embarks on a magical mystery tour of Continue reading “Conversations with the Irrepressible Dolly Curtis”
To the Editor:
For the safety of Easton pedestrians and sensible use of our taxpayer funds, we should Vote “NO” on advisory BALLOT ITEM #5 that calls for spending a quarter-million dollars of our taxpayer money to build a multi-use sidewalk right next to speeding traffic on Sport Continue reading “Letter: A Last-Minute Plea For Easton Citizens’ Safety and Fiscal Responsibility”
The late actress Bette Davis once dined at a Black Rock Turnpike home in Easton. Carol Mills has the autographed tablecloth to prove it.
Mills’ recollection of hosting the actress is part of the town’s Oral History Project, an effort to interview and preserve the town’s history Continue reading “Recording Easton’s History One Interview At a Time”
With the recent resignation of Matt Gachi as an elected member of the Board of Finance, there is now an opening for a new member to join the board. Per Connecticut statute, the replacement is chosen by a vote of the remaining elected members of the board.
If you are interested Continue reading “Board of Finance Seeks to Fill Vacancy”
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”