Update for 2/26/2021
We continue to see improvements in the COVID-19 numbers. While three more Eastonites were diagnosed with the virus for the week ending February 20, the rate per 100,000 fell to 14.3 for the two weeks ending that day. We continue to vaccinate more Continue reading “Message from First Selectman Bindelglass”
A spring document shredding event at Jesse Lee United Methodist Church, 25 Flat Rock Road, Easton, Conn. is on for Saturday, April 17, from 9 a.m. to noon, rain or shine.
Church members feel confident that despite Covid-19, their vendor, ShredSmart, can safely and securely destroy Continue reading “Jesse Lee Church Document Spring Shredding Event”
Update for 2/19/2021
Ah, winter in Easton. While we are all getting a little tired of it, there is no denying that the recent snowfalls highlight the true beauty of our town. As winter has its grip on us and COVID has us all fatigued, it is very important to Continue reading “Message from First Selectman Bindelglass”
Update for 12/12/2021
It has been a snowy week with more to come!
The focus in Town Hall has shifted to the annual town budget. I have been meeting with all of the departments to review their respective budgets. The Board of Education has begun their budget Continue reading “Message from First Selectman Bindelglass”
Governor Ned Lamont today announced that Connecticut residents over the age of 65 will be eligible to schedule COVID-19 vaccination appointments starting on Thursday, Feb. 11, as the state rolls into the next part of phase 1b of its vaccination program. Vaccinations for individuals Continue reading “Connecticut Residents Over 65 Can Register for COVID-19 Vaccination Appointments Starting Thursday, Feb. 11”
Update for 2/5/2021
This week began with another large snow storm and another job well done by our Department of Public Works with an assist by our Park and Recreation maintenance staff. After several easy winters, it is beginning to look like this year may be different. Continue reading “A Message from First Selectman Bindelglass”
Even before I lived in California, I had a healthy respect for fire. I developed this respect after I noticed a fire hose entering through the bedroom window of my apartment. The justification for this addition to my home furnishings was a fire that started in a toaster on the floor Continue reading “Fire!”
Update for 1/29/2021
It seems we are really settling into winter here in Easton. This week’s snow led to another great effort with clean up by our Department of Public Works. In order to combat the dreariness of winter and to continue the celebration of our 175th Continue reading “Message from First Selectman Bindelglass”
There is an unassuming group of healthcare heroes — who don’t wear capes, and likely don’t even recognize their valor and virtue — but who definitely make the world a better place. They are volunteers.
We are living in challenging and stressful times, which impacts our health and Continue reading “Not all Heroes Wear a Cape”
Update for 1/23/2021
The following update from First Selectman David Bindelglass was posted to the town’s website this afternoon:
On Wednesday we inaugurated a new President of the United States. Despite the rancor surrounding the insurrection at the Capitol Continue reading “A Message from First Selectman Bindelglass”