Letter: Vote NO on May 3

To the Editor:

A Response To Selectman Bob Lessler’s Letter On South Park

1) The “bugaboo” with regard to South Park is that the property is somehow endangered by ownership by the Town of Easton. It is not. Simply stating something over and over again does not make it so. Not Continue reading “Letter: Vote NO on May 3”

Letter: Vote NO on South Park Sale–The Town Owns It, It Is Not In Need Of Rescue

To the Editor:

1) This is not Trout Brook Valley. The Town of Easton already owns the property. It is not in development danger unless one considers the Affordable Housing Committee’s report suggesting the remaining 10 acres might be suitable for a cluster housing project. Ironic, Continue reading “Letter: Vote NO on South Park Sale–The Town Owns It, It Is Not In Need Of Rescue”

Letter: A Yes Vote On Pathway Is a Vote For Commercialization – Vote No

To the Editor:

In his Sept. 18 message, ostensibly published in his role as First Selectman, Mr. Bindelglass went too far with his last line that people that should be cautious about “false and conspiratorial narratives.” I agree but I don’t know what those are in this context Continue reading “Letter: A Yes Vote On Pathway Is a Vote For Commercialization – Vote No”

Letter: Guess What Happened While You Were Away for the First Time In Two Years?

To the Editor:

On July 26, the appointed members of the Easton Planning and Zoning Commission held a Special Public Hearing to present the final proposed amendments to Easton’s Plan of Conservation and Development and amendments to Easton’s Zoning Regulations. The meeting was very Continue reading “Letter: Guess What Happened While You Were Away for the First Time In Two Years?”

Letter: Public Act 21-29 and response to First Selectman Bindelglass’s Message of July 30

To the Editor:

In response to https://eastoncourier.news/2021/07/30/a-message-from-first-selectman-bindelglass-19/First Selectman Bindelglass’s message of July 30 and comments on discussions about Public Act 21-29, at the P&Z Special Meeting, I don’t believe his description of Continue reading “Letter: Public Act 21-29 and response to First Selectman Bindelglass’s Message of July 30”

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