But Not Enough to Solve Housing Shortage
After a year of reclusion due to the COVID-19 pandemic, relaxed travel restrictions shifted some people’s priorities from buying a new home to traveling.
Still recovering from a traumatic year, a few buyers and sellers put their real Continue reading “Summer Travels Slow Down Real Estate Demand”
As the ER9 Boards of Education searches for the district’s next superintendent, community members have a few ways they can weigh in.
On Wednesday, July 28, Dr. Joseph Erardi, the search consultant working with the boards of education, will facilitate a 7 p.m. community forum on Continue reading “Virtual Community Forum Set for Superintendent Search”
The following property transfers were recorded by the Easton Town Clerk’s office for the month of June:
35 Laskay Drive, Robert A. Lavalle to 35 Laskay Drive LLC, $1,110,000.
60 April Drive, Ignacio Sanz to Richard J. and Beverly Bailey, $1,210,000.
125 Delaware Road, Janine Continue reading “Easton Property Transfers — June 2021”
When Dr. Rydell Harrison steps down as Easton Redding and Region 9 superintendent on Sept. 23, he will leave with the knowledge that the work he helped put in place to improve education for all students will go on.
At 45, Dr. Harrison has a long career ahead of him and a rewarding Continue reading “Superintendent Harrison Details Difficult Decision to Leave ER9 Schools”
Easton, Redding, and Region 9 Superintendent Dr. Rydell Harrison notified the Boards of Education of the three districts of his intent to resign on June 25. The three boards will discuss a process for appointing a new superintendent at a special joint meeting on June 30.
Dr. Harrison Continue reading “Three Boards Will Discuss Appointing a New Superintendent June 30”
There was a time I loved Easton and my 3.6-acre property so much, I often I told my wife, “…when I die, bury me next to Sam.” It would be my honor to rest in peace alongside Sam, short for Samantha, the greatest springer spaniel known to man.
How I’d love to rest under the shade Continue reading “Column: Call It a Day”
If moving away for college is a time for discovering one’s identity and learning to live independently, then what is moving back home with parents after college all about?
For some young adults, returning home is a financially sound move, if not a necessary one. Even pre-pandemic, Continue reading “Moving Back Home as Young Adults to Easton”
The following property transfers were recorded by the Easton Town Clerk’s office for the month of April:
104 Morehouse Road, Carmen B. Lynch to Haely Kim, $615,000.
149 Wedgewood Drive, Patrick and Lisa A. Keane to Cartus Financial Corporation, $725,000.
149 Wedgewood Drive, Continue reading “Easton Property Transfers — April 2021”
Real estate sales in Easton are picking up again after extremely low inventory in February. The town registered an increase of 8.3% in pending sales, up to 13 compared to seven pending sales in town last month. The number of closed sales is also up 9.1% compared to March 2020. Continue reading “Slow Rise in Inventory Helps Real Estate Sales Volume”
The following property transfers were recorded by the Easton Town Clerk’s office for the month of March:
104 Bayberry Lane, Jared W. Watson to Giuseppe D., Olivia B. and Christy Boccanfuso, $489,000.
2 Lilac Lane, Charles Viens to Prospect Summit LLC, $595,000.
52 Knapp Street, Continue reading “Easton Property Transfers — March 2021”