Library’s Holiday Market and Tree Lighting Brim with Seasonal Fun

Lawn sign w Santa announcing details of Holiday Market
Lawn signs around town have been announcing the festivities at the Easton Public Library this Sunday, 2-6 PM.

The Friends of the Easton Public Library are delighted to offer a full afternoon of seasonal activities this Sunday, Dec. 5, from 2 to 6 p.m. as we all get into the holiday Continue reading “Library’s Holiday Market and Tree Lighting Brim with Seasonal Fun”

Bindelglass Sworn In for Second Term as First Selectman

The first of several upcoming swearing in ceremonies for incumbents and newly elected Easton town officials took place at Town Hall today. Town Clerk Christine Halloran administered the oath of office to Democrat David Bindelglass for his second term as first selectman.

Bindelglass Continue reading “Bindelglass Sworn In for Second Term as First Selectman”

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”

Bindelglass Wins Second Term as First Selectman

Following an unusually spirited campaign and significant voter turnout, Democrat David Bindelglass was re-elected First Selectman, out performing his challenger, Republican Jeff Parker.

Dave Bindelglass celebrate at home with his wife, Gloria, after winning a second term as first Continue reading “Bindelglass Wins Second Term as First Selectman”

Letter: David Bindelglass Has Our Vote

To the Editor:

Strong leadership is tested by crisis, and David Bindelglass bolstered and guided us through storms, the pandemic, and social turbulence. When health was of foremost concern, he championed Easton’s connection with the Westport/Weston Health District. His weekly letters Continue reading “Letter: David Bindelglass Has Our Vote”

Easton Board of Selectmen Debate a Wide Range of Issues

Candidates for Board of Selectmen took to the stage Wednesday at Samuel Staples Elementary School in the last of three candidate debates scheduled before the Nov. 2 municipal election.

The event was presented by the Easton Democratic Town Committee and Easton Republican Town Committee Continue reading “Easton Board of Selectmen Debate a Wide Range of Issues”

Letter: Carefully Considering my Vote in 100 Words

To the Editor:

I’d like to explain why I support the re-election of David Bindelglass. After living in Easton 39 years, serving on boards and committees, I’ve learned that real leadership is crucial: a striking quality of our current first selectman.

David believes in people, Continue reading “Letter: Carefully Considering my Vote in 100 Words”

Letter: Party Left Me, So I left It

To the Editor:

I recently left Easton’s Republican Party after twenty-something years to register as a Democrat to show my confidence in David Bindelglass and Bob Lessler.

Richard S. Seclow

Easton

Letter: Support the Proven Bindelglass-Lessler Ticket for Board of Selectmen

To the Editor:

David Bindelglass and Bob Lessler are delivering results for Easton:

-Protecting the South Park property from development forever.
-Passing a Land Use Ordinance, giving citizens significant power in land-use decisions.
-Modernizing the Ethics Ordinance, keeping town Continue reading “Letter: Support the Proven Bindelglass-Lessler Ticket for Board of Selectmen”

Letter: David Bindelglass for First Selectman

To the Editor:

If it looks like an elephant, walks like an elephant, and trumpets like an elephant, it’s probably an elephant. Thanks to the recent article in this publication (10/5/21), we now know exactly what kind of leader Jeff Parker will be: one who undermines the public Continue reading “Letter: David Bindelglass for First Selectman”

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