Agenda for Annual Town Meeting Set at Selectmen Meeting of April 8, 2022

The Easton Board of Selectmen held a special meeting on Friday, April 8 in lieu of our regular meeting scheduled for Thursday, April 7. First Selectman David Bindelglass and Selectman Robert Lessler were in attendance. Selectman Kristi Sogofsky intended to attend but had a last minute Continue reading “Agenda for Annual Town Meeting Set at Selectmen Meeting of April 8, 2022”

The Colorful History of Snow’s Farm

Easton’s agricultural heritage is a point of pride in town, but little has been written about Snow’s Farm’s unlikely origins and few know the long and patchworked Snow family history. Recently, several descendants, including Irv Snow, the farm’s fourth-generation proprietor, pieced Continue reading “The Colorful History of Snow’s Farm”

Election Recount Set for Nov. 9 UPDATED

In the wake of a sometimes contentious election, one thing Eastonites of all persuasions agree on: The town did not want inconclusive results.

At this time, the recanvass will be for the offices of Selectman and Board of Finance (To Fill a Vacancy for Two Years). The recanvass Continue reading “Election Recount Set for Nov. 9 UPDATED”

Letter: David Bindelglass for First Selectman & Bob Lessler for Selectman

To the Editor:

As an Easton resident for 38 years, I am casting my vote for David Bindelglass and Bob Lessler. They have the ability, desire and skills to lead Easton.

During their past years in office, these individuals have served Easton and its citizens admirably, guiding Continue reading “Letter: David Bindelglass for First Selectman & Bob Lessler for Selectman”

Easton 175th Anniversary Celebration Concluding Thoughts

This past year, I have had the pleasure of chairing the committee that organized the celebration of the 175th anniversary of the founding of the town of Easton. I won’t recite the history of the town here, but I encourage residents to learn about how Easton came to be. Basic information Continue reading “Easton 175th Anniversary Celebration Concluding Thoughts”

Letter: Response to the EastonEye.org Pamphlet

To the Editor:

The week of March 8 most Easton residents received a disturbing mailer from EastonEye.org. Those of us who have lived in town for a while and follow local politics are very familiar with this small but very visible group of far right-wing members of our community. Continue reading “Letter: Response to the EastonEye.org Pamphlet”

Citizens For Easton Anniversary Cookbook Debuts

It’s here! The long-awaited CFE Cookbook is now available.

Many Easton traditions were undermined by the Covid-19 pandemic last year and one of the most popular, the Citizens for Easton (CFE) Farm Tour, was among them. A popular draw on the second Saturday in August, the event Continue reading “Citizens For Easton Anniversary Cookbook Debuts”

Gilbertown Cemetery Becomes a Time Capsule to Celebrate Easton’s 175th

Local residents were treated to a walk through history Oct. 24 as local historian Frank Pagliaro led a tour of the 252-year-old historic Gilbertown Cemetery.

The event, which is a part of Easton’s continuing 175th Anniversary celebrations, began in the brisk morning at 10:30 a.m. Continue reading “Gilbertown Cemetery Becomes a Time Capsule to Celebrate Easton’s 175th”

Letter: Elect McCabe Our Next State Senator

To the Editor:

A voice for the people — that’s what Michelle McCabe will give us as our next state senator. She cares about public educational excellence and so many other issues that matter to you and me. She will deliver for our district by voting to protect and promote what Continue reading “Letter: Elect McCabe Our Next State Senator”

Letter: Anne Hughes Endorsement

To the Editor:

Tenacity. That’s the word to describe our fearless state representative, Anne Hughes. She is that most unusual elected official who always fights for what she believes in; who is always working hard for her constituents.

That’s true whether it’s high-profile action Continue reading “Letter: Anne Hughes Endorsement”

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